Jordan E. Kerber is an associate professor of anthropology and Native American studies at Colgate University. He is the author of Lambert Farm: Public Archaeology and Canine Burials along Narragansett Bay and the editor of A Lasting Impression: Coastal, Lithic, and Ceramic Research in New England Archaeology, among other books. The contributors include Ira Beckerman, Deborah E. Blom, Cara Lee Blume, John B. Brown III, Suzanne Cherau, Elizabeth S. Chilton, Kevin Cunningham, Robert L. Dean, Robert G. Goodby, Dixie L. Henry, Holly Herbster, Richard W. Hill Sr., Richard B. Hughes, Bernard Jerome, Brian D. Jones, Jordan E. Kerber, David M. Lacy, Kevin A. McBride, Donna Roberts Moody, Micah A. Pawling, Douglas J. Perrelli, Ramona L. Peters, James B. Petersen, Michael D. Petraglia, David E. Putnam, Paul A. Robinson, Jack Rossen, David Sanger, Brona G. Simon, Donald G. Soctomah, Nina M. Versaggi, Joe Watkins, and Frederick Wiseman.
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