Lucianne Lavin

Lucianne Lavin is an archaeologist and a director emeritus of research and collections at the Institute for American Indian Studies Museum in Connecticut. She is the author of Connecticut’s Indigenous Peoples and has more than fifty years of research and field experience in northeastern archaeology and anthropology.
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Our Hidden Landscapes

Our Hidden Landscapes

Indigenous Stone Ceremonial Sites in Eastern North America

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