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Ice Age People of North America: Environments, Origins, and Adaptations,9780870714580

Ice Age People of North America: Environments, Origins, and Adaptations

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1st
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9780870714580

ISBN10:
0870714589
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
11/1/1999
Publisher(s):
Univ of Arizona Pr
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Summary

This volume provides an up-to-date summary of important new discoveries from Northeast Asia and North America that are changing perceptions about the origin of the First Americans. Even though the peopling of the Americas has been the focus of scientific investigations for more than half a century, there is still no definitive evidence that will allow specialists to say when the First Americans initially arrived or who they were. However, this in no way diminishes the significance of the many new contributions being made in the field. The nineteen papers collected here provide regional archaeological syntheses and address such topics as ice marginal dynamics, the impact of plant nutrients in glacial margins, and periglacial ecology of large mammals. The concluding chapter discusses conceptual frameworks used to explain the peopling of the Americas.

Table of Contents

An Introduction to the peopling of the Americas 1(26)
Robson Bonnichsen
Karen Turnmire
Ice Age Environments of Northern Eurasia with Special Reference to the Beringian Margin of Siberia
27(15)
Mikhail G. Grosswald
Impact of Ice-related Plant Nutrients on Glacial Margin Environments
42(36)
Mort D. Turner
Edward J. Zeller
Gisela A. Dreschoff
Joanne C. Turner
Periglacial Ecology, Large Mammals, and their Significance to Human Biology
78(17)
V. Geist
Pleistocene Peoples of Japan and the Peopling of the Americas
95(9)
Takeru Akazawa
The Colonization of Western Beringia: Technology, Ecology, and Adaptations
104(52)
Ted Goebel
Sergei B. Slobodin
Late Pleistocene Peopling of Alaska
156(44)
Thomas D. Hamilton
Ted Goebel
Bluefish Caves and Old Crow Basin: A New Rapport
200(13)
Jacques Cinq-Mars
Richard E. Morlan
Searching for the Earliest Canadians: Wide Corridors, Narrow Doorways, Small Windows
213(36)
Michael Clayton Wilson
James A. Burns
Prehistory of the Great Basin/Snake River Plain to About 8,500 Years Ago
249(15)
Alan L. Bryan
Donald R. Tuohy
The Late Pleistocene Prehistory of the Northwestern Plains, the Adjacent Mountains, and Intermontane Basins
264(17)
George C. Frison
Paleoindian Archaeology and Late Pleistocene Environments in the Plains and Southwestern United States
281(59)
Dennis Stanford
The Burnham Site and Pleistocene Human Occupations of the Southern Plains of the United States
340(22)
Don G. Wyckoff
Pleistocene Peoples of Midcontinental North America
362(33)
Bradley T. Lepper
Radiocarbon Chronology of Northeastern Paleo-American Sites: Discriminating Natural and Human Burn Features
395(21)
Robson Bonnichsen
Richard T. Will
No Vestige of a Beginning nor Prospect for an End: Two Decades of Debate on Meadowcroft Rockshelter
416(16)
J. M. Adovasio
D. Pedler
J. Donahue
R. Stuckenrath
The Early Holocene Occupation of the Southeastern United States: A Geoarchaeological Summary
432(50)
Albert C. Goodyear
The Inhabitants of Mexico During the Upper Pleistocene
482(15)
Jose Luis Lorenzo
Lorena Mirambell
Breaking the Impasse on the Peopling of the Americas
497(23)
Robson Bonnichsen
Alan L. Schneider
Index 520


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