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Call# E78 B731
Title Origins and development of early Northwest Coast culture to about 3000 B.C.
Author Borden, Charles E.
Summary "Although great gaps in our knowledge of the postglacial settlements of the Northwest Coast of North America remian to be filled the grand outlines of the process are beginning to emerge. Populations of two significantly contrasting cultural traditions and subsistence patterns, one spreading south from the north, and the other expanding northward from the south, appear to have been involved. Archeological data in support of these postulaed events are presented in some detail. The study concludes with an hypothesis which attempts to explain from the available evidence on hand the early development of the economic basis for the rise of the remarkable Northwest Coast culture." taken from the provided abstract, p. iii.
Object Name Periodical
Subjects History--First Nations--Northwest Coast
History--First Nations--pre-contact
Environment
Artifacts
Archaeology--Northwest Coast
Pub Date 1975