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People and Wildlife in Northern North America Essays in Honor of R. Dale Guthrie

By: S Craig Gerlach(Editor), Maribeth S Murray(Editor)
306 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
Publisher: BAR Publishing
People and Wildlife in Northern North America
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23 papers, mostly from the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Alaska Anthropological Association marking the retirement of R.D. Guthrie in 1996 and reflecting his interests in archaeology, anthropology, palaeontology, palaeoecology and taphonomy. The papers are divided into three sections: Palaeoecology, including studies of Pleistocene and Holocene horses, otters, bison and human populations; Archaeology, including the evidence from the remains of cod, salmon, seals and whales from sites in Alaska, Newfoundland and the Arctic; Methods, with examinations of kill and butchering sites.

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- Stone
- Soil
- Pottery
- Color
- Glass
- Organics
- Metals
- Humans
- Epilogue

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By: S Craig Gerlach(Editor), Maribeth S Murray(Editor)
306 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
Publisher: BAR Publishing
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