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Clay/Grog Temper

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This type was named by Gordon Willey from the Florida Gulf Coast. Named after the Alligator Bayou site, 8By18, in Bay County, Florida.

Name used by Antonio Waring in reference to sherds that are probably Brewton Hill Zoned Punctate. The name Churupa is a Marksville type name from Louisiana, and certainly should not be used in Georgia again, although there may be some distant relationship between the two.

A name used by Joseph Caldwell in 1969 for what he soon renamed St. Catherine's Plain. Named after the Haven Home site excavated by Antonio Waring.

The Kelvin series was defined by Fred Cook for late Swift Creek Complicated Stamped ceramics on the central to lower Georgia Coast. He considered this material sufficiently unique to give it a separate series designation. The material was named after the Kelvin Grove subdivision site on St. Simons Island.

The Kelvin series was defined by Fred Cook for late Swift Creek ceramics on the central to lower Georgia Coast. He considered this material sufficiently unique to warrant a separate series designation. The material was named after the Kelvin Grove subdivision site on St. Simons Island. Probably related to some of the Weeden Island types. Cook himself considered this a tentative type.

The Kelvin series was defined by Fred Cook for late Swift Creek ceramics on the central to lower Georgia Coast. He considered this material sufficiently unique to warrant a separate series designation. The material was named after the Kelvin Grove subdivision site on St. Simons Island. Cook considered this a tentative type.

The Kelvin series was defined by Fred Cook for late Swift Creek ceramics on the central to lower Georgia Coast. He considered this material sufficiently unique to warrant a separate series designation. The material was named after the Kelvin Grove subdivision site on St. Simons Island.

Named by Gordon Willey for Santa Rosa County, Florida, based upon his 1949 survey.

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Named by Gordon Willey for Santa Rosa County, Florida, in 1949.

Named after St. Catherines Island. Originally recognized by Joseph Caldwell in the late 1960s.

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Named after St. Catherines Island. Originally recognized by Joseph Caldwell in the late 1960s.

Named after St. Catherines Island. Originally recognized by Joseph Caldwell in the late 1960s.

Named after St. Catherines Island. Originally recognized by Joseph Caldwell in the late 1960s. Called Haven Home Plain for a short while.

This type was only made for a brief period in time possibly only 100 years. Named by Chester DePratter after the Walthour site in Chatham County.

This type was only made for a brief period in time possibly only 100 years. Named by Chester DePratter after the Walthour site in Chatham County.

Named by Chester DePratter and Mark Williams as a result of reanalysis work on the collections from the Deptford site (9Ch2).

Named by Chester DePratter and Mark Williams as a result of reanalysis work on the collections from the Deptford site (9Ch2).

Named after Wilmington Island on the northern Georgia Coast.

Named after Wilmington Island on the northern Georgia Coast by Joseph Caldwell.

Named after Wilmington Island on the northern Georgia Coast by Joseph Caldwell.

Used by Joseph Caldwell in his Masters Thesis. Not used since then as best as can be determined. May well be related to St. Catherines Cord Marked

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Named after Wilmington Island on the northern Georgia Coast by Joseph Caldwell.

Named after Wilmington Island on the northern Georgia Coast by Joseph Caldwell.

Named after Wilmington Island on the northern Georgia Coast.

Named after Wilmington Island on the northern Georgia Coast by Joseph Caldwell.