Environmental Archeology and Cultural Systems in Hamilton Inlet Labrador: A Survey of the Central Labrador Coast from 3000 BC. to the Present. Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology Number 16
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First Edition. [publisher: City of Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1972.] Quarto, paperbound (stiff, printed blue wrappers), xix + 299 pp, 80 figures, 87 plates, 30 tables. Very Good-, with edgewear and rubbing to covers. From Abstract: This monograph presents the results of a two-year investigation of the prehistoric and contemporary cultural geography of the Hamilton Inlet region of the central Labrador coast. Previously archeologically unknown, this 200-mile estuary cross-cuts the boreal-tundra ecotone and is an are in which there exists contemporary cultural diversity, including Eskimos, Indians, white trappers, and codfishermen. Until recently these cultures maintained distinctly different settlement patterns and economies and existed in basically a hunting and gathering tradition. These cultures provide models of potential prehistoric cultural diversity for an archeological study involving regional environmental and cultural analysis, which resulted in contributions to culture histor. Bookseller Inventory # mon0001097634
Title: Environmental Archeology and Cultural ...
Publisher: Smithsonian Institution
Publication Date: 1972
Book Condition: Very Good
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