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by David S. Brose

Download Summer Island Site: A Study of Prehistoric Cultural Ecology and Social Organization in the Northern Lake Michigan Area eBook
ISBN:
0829501878
Author:
David S. Brose
Category:
Biological Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Case Western Reserve University; Some wear to spine, stain to back cover and last s edition (November 26, 1970)
Pages:
140 pages
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David S. Brose (1970), The Summer Island Site: A Study of Prehistoric Cultural Ecology and Social Organization in the Northern Lake Michigan Area, Case Western Reserve University.

David S. David S. Brose (1970), "Summer Island III: An Early Historic Site in the Upper Great Lakes", Historical Archaeology, 4: 3–33, JSTOR 25615134. Lewis R. Binford; George I. Quimby (1963), "Indian Sites and Chipped Stone Materials in the Northern Lake Michigan Area", Fieldiana Anthropology, 36: 277–307. Summer Island from Wayne State University.

Continuous prehistoric occupation of northern Ohio from 9000 . has often been questioned. The Summer Island Site: A Study of Prehistoric Cultural Ecology and Social Organization in the Northern Lake Michigan Area. Its demonstration is difficult to support.

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The Summer Island Site: A Study of Prehistoric Cultural Ecology and Social Organization in the Northern Lake Michigan Area more. Publication Date: 1971. Brose INTRODUCTORY ANSWERS TO SOME DIFFICULT QUESTIONS What Is the Midwest? The Midwest is an amorphous region whose. Publication Date: 1994.

Brose, David S. Publication date. Ann Arbor : University of Michigan, 1969. Bound together subsequent to publication. Indians of North America. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan. Bibliography: p. 225-238. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by aga on February 7, 2014. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). The Summer Island Site; A Study of Prehistoric Cultural Ecology and Social Organization in. .Fitting, James E. The Schultz Site at Green Point; A Stratified Occupation Area in the Saginaw Valley of Michigan. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, 1972

Brose, David S. The Summer Island Site; A Study of Prehistoric Cultural Ecology and Social Organization in the Northern Lake Michigan Area. Cleveland, OH: Case Western Reserve University, 1970. Prehistory in the northern Great Lakes area. Caldwell, Joseph R. and Robert L. Hall. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, 1972. Papers of several archaeologists work at the site.

Adams, Richard N. 1970b The Summer Island site: a study of prehistoric cultural ecology and social organization in the northern Lake Michigan area. Case Western Reserve University Studies in Anthropology 1. Cleveland

Adams, Richard N. Cleveland. Government Printing Office, Washington, . Cleland, Charles E. 1966 The prehistoric animal ecology and ethnozoology of the upper Great Lakes region. Anthropological ‘ Papers, Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan 29. Ann Arbor

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