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by Robson Bonnichsen,Karen L. Turnmire,Oregon State University Center for the S


Ice Age Peoples of North America: Environments, Origins, and Adaptations epub

ISBN: 0870714589

ISBN13: 978-0870714580

Author: Robson Bonnichsen,Karen L. Turnmire,Oregon State University Center for the S

Category: History

Subcategory: Americas

Language: English

Publisher: Oregon State Univ Pr; First Ed. edition (November 1, 1999)

Pages: 536 pages

ePUB book: 1144 kb

FB2 book: 1892 kb

Rating: 4.5

Votes: 217

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Bibliographic Details. Title: Ice Age Peoples of North America. Publication Date: 1999. Published for Oregon State . s Center of the Study of the First Americans, this collection of 19 international contributions broaches controversies such as the debate over the paleo-Indian status of the recently discovered Kennewick Man. Chapters combine archeological regional syntheses with discussions of topics ranging from the periglacial ecology of large mammals and colonization of Western Beringia, to conceptual frameworks used to explain the peopling of the Americas. Includes maps and illustrations of artifacts.

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In Ice Age Peoples of North America: Environments, Origins, and Adaptations of the First Americans, Robson Bonnichsen and . Center for the Study of the First Americans, Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, O. oogle Scholar. Anderson, T. W. and C. F. M. Lewis 1985 Postglacial Water Level History of the Lake Ontario Basin. Center for the Study of the First Americans, Texas A&M University Press, College Station T.

Published for Oregon State U.'s Center of the Study of the First Americans, this collection of 19 international contributions broaches controversies such as the debate over the paleo-Indian status of the recently discovered Kennewick Man. Chapters combine archeological regional syntheses with discussions of topics ranging from the periglacial ecology of large mammals and colonization of Western Beringia, to conceptual frameworks used to explain the peopling of the Americas. Includes maps and illustrations of artifacts. Bonnichsen directs the Center; Turnmire is a writer from Maine. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
I bought this for a specific section, however the book is highly informative and worthwhile to have for researchers or anyone with an interest in North American archaeology, anthropology or prehistory.
This book is an absolute must read for scientists and laymen interested in the peopling of North America. It contains up-to-date articles by the world's experts in ice age archeology and the complex conditions that lead to the early population of the Americas. The book is well illustrated and summarizes much of the most recent data available on this subject. The articles have been written clearly and concisely. If you are curious about the Paleo-Indians who first settled the Americas, how they got here, and why they came, then you must read this book. As a researcher interested in this subject, I find this book indispensible.