Prehistoric Hunters of the High Plains synthesizes what was a disparate body of data on the prehistory of the Northwestern Plains and presents it in rational and understandable terms. It examines the prehistoric cultural chronology and the sources of the data for the Northwestern High Plains. It presents prehistoric hunting and gathering subsistence strategies using an interdisciplinary approach that includes data from geology, soils, faunal analysis, pollen, and phytolith studies.
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The classic work on the prehistory of the North American high plainsAbout the Author:
George C. Frison is professor emeritus of anthropology at the University of Wyoming and past-president of the Society for American Archaeology. He served as first state archaeologist of the state of Wyoming. Unquestionably the best known researcher on the prehistory of the high plains, he has been responsible for significant excavations of the Glenrock, Casper, Agate Basin, Carter-McGee and Mill Iron sites, and many others. Frison is a member of the National Academy of Sciences and a prolific author.
Wyoming Department of Transportation
Department of Anthropology University of Wyoming
Dominguez Archaeological Research Group, Colorado
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Book Description New York: Academic Press, 1978, 1978. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110122685601