By: Ben Fitzhugh
Examines the evolution of complex hunter gatherers on the North Pacific coast of Alaska. It strives to account for the dynamics and processes that transformed a population from low density, disaggregated, relatively mobile and egalitarian organizations into the demographically dense, sedentary, aggregated, militaristic and stratified populations encountered by the first ethnographers.
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