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Archaeology of Minnesota : the prehistory of the upper Mississippi river region

Author: Guy E Gibbon
Publisher: Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Demonstrating how native cultures adapted and evolved over time, Gibbon provides an explanation that is firmly rooted in the nature of local environments. He shows how the study of Minnesota archaeology is relevant to a broader understanding of long-term patterns of change in human development throughout the world."--Pub. desc.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Guy E Gibbon
ISBN: 9780816679096 0816679096 9780816679102 081667910X
OCLC Number: 788268325
Description: x, 263 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
Contents: Environment of Minnesota --
First people : Paleoindian and early eastern archaic adaptations --
Prairie everywhere : middle and late archaic adaptations --
Southern deer hunters, gardeners, and bison hunters : initial Woodland adaptations in southern Minnesota --
Northern hunters, fishers, and wild rice harvesters : initial Woodland adaptations in central and northern Minnesota --
Terminal Woodland effigy mound builders and bison hunters : terminal Woodland adaptations in southern Minnesota --
First tribes in southern Minnsota : Mississippian and Plains village adaptations --
First tribes in central and northern Minnsota : terminal Woodland adaptations.
Responsibility: Guy Gibbon.

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Demonstrating how native cultures adapted and evolved over time, Gibbon provides an explanation that is firmly rooted in the nature of local environments. He shows how the study of Minnesota archaeology is relevant to a broader understanding of long-term patterns of change in human development throughout the world."--Pub. desc.

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