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Sarah W. Neusius is Professor of Anthropology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
G. Timothy Gross is Adjunct Professor of Anthropology at the University of San Diego and Cultural Resource Specialist at Ecology and Environment, Inc.
Table of Contents
PART I: Introducing North American Archaeology
Chapter One: The Nature and Practice of North American Archaeology
Chapter Two: Culture and Environment in North America's Past
PART II: The North American Past
Chapter Three: Peopling of the Americas
Chapter Four: Foragers of the North
Chapter Five: Paths to Complexity on the Northwest Coast
Chapter Six: Rivers, Roots, and Rabbits: The Plateau
Chapter Seven: Diversity and Complexity in California
Chapter Eight: Mobility, Diversity, and Persistence: The Great Basin
Chapter Nine: Forager and Villagers of the Subterranean Mountains, Mesas, and Deserts
Chapter Ten: Bison Hunters and Horticulturalists of the Great Plains
Chapter Eleven: Tribes and Chiefdoms in the Southeast
Chapter Twelve: Foragers and Farmers of the Midwest and Upper Great Lakes
Chapter Thirteen: Fishing, Foraging, and Farming in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic
PART III: The Future of North American Archaeology
Chapter Fourteen: North American Archaeology for the Twenty-First Century
BONUS MATERIALS: Student CD packaged with the text