Megadrought in the Carolinas : the archaeology of Mississippian collapse, abandonment, and coalescence / John S. Cable.
"An enigma in southeastern archaeology is why a vast swath of land in coastal central South Carolina was abandoned in the 1400s. By 1540 and the Spanish Entrada of De Soto, this area was called the Desert of Ocute, after the Ocute people. Cable's long-term research shows that abandonment t...
The University of Alabama Press,
|Series:||Archaeology of the American South.
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