2009 | ISBN-10: 1598744526 | 366 pages | PDF | 29 MB
This volume reports on a series of multidisciplinary projects involving the Archaic period of the American Midwest. A period of innovation and technical achievement, the articles focus on changes in environmental, social, and economic factors operating in this period, and the adaptation of the hunter-gatherer people living at this time. 'This is a collection of 15 well written articles on the Archaic Indians of the Midwest. The text is easy to read and covers the classic sites, population, environment - ecology and artifacts of this interesting age' - ""Dental Anthropology Newsletter"".