Bert Salwen was a pioneer in the study of prehistoric ceramics. In this paper, we use Bert's procedures of classification and interpretation to analyze the pottery assemblage from the Morgan site, a Late Woodland horticultural community located in the lower Connecticut drainage at Rocky Hill, Connecticut. The analysis provides insight into Native American cultural development in southern New England during the 12th and 14th centuries A.D. especially in the realm of social interaction and inter-regional exchange with Hudson valley groups.
Lavin, Lucianne; Gudrian, Fred; and Miroff, Laurie
"Pottery Production and Cultural Process: Prehistoric Ceramics from the Morgan Site,"
Northeast Historical Archaeology:
22, Article 4.
https://doi.org/10.22191/neha/vol22/iss1/4 Available at: https://orb.binghamton.edu/neha/vol22/iss1/4