"An important contribution to archaeology. … Belongs on the shelves of historians and archaeologists interested in the prehistory of the Southeast."
--Gulf South Historical Review
"Provides a wealth of information and a fairly extensive bibliography concerning such a small geographic area. Students of bioarchaeology will greatly benefit from it as it covers nearly every facet of the discipline imaginable. Professionals would do well to include it in their private libraries."
A smorgasbord of history, anthropology, economics, ecology, geography, and art history.
An example of the value of considering both historical and bioarchaeological data jointly to provide a fuller picture of the experiences of populations whose voices may be largely absent from the historical record.
--American Journal of Physical Anthropology