Edited By: Clark Spencer Larsen and George R Milner
206 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs, maps
Invaluable contributions from bioarchaeologists on the consequences of contact (the meeting of two human populations). The articles deal with a broad spectrum of issues, such as dietary change and nutritional deprivation, workload, welfare, and social change. Although there is an emphasis on American responses to incoming European populations, there are chapters on Easter Island, Lamanai and Hawaii.
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