By Laura L. Scheiber, Bonnie J. Clark
Archaeological Landscapes at the excessive Plains combines heritage, anthropology, archaeology, and geography to take a more in-depth examine the relationships among land and other people during this certain North American area. targeting long term switch, this publication considers ethnographic literature, archaeological facts, and environmental information spanning hundreds of thousands of years of human presence to appreciate human belief and building of panorama. The individuals provide cohesive and artificial reviews emphasizing hunter-gatherers and subsistence farmers. utilizing panorama as either fact and metaphor, Archaeological Landscapes at the excessive Plains explores different and altering ways in which humans interacted with position during this transitional sector among the Rocky Mountains and the jap prairies. The modern archaeologists operating during this small quarter have selected diversified ways to appreciate the previous and its courting to the current. via those ten case reports, this sort is highlighted yet ends up in a standard theme--that the excessive Plains includes vital locales to which individuals, over generations or millennia, go back. delivering either information and conception on a area that has now not formerly bought a lot recognition from archaeologists, specially in comparison with different areas in North the United States, this quantity is a great addition to the literature. participants: o Paul Burnett o Oskar Burger o Minette C. Church o Philip Duke o Kevin Gilmore o Eileen Johnson o Mark D. Mitchell o Michael R. Peterson o Lawrence Todd
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Archaeological Landscapes on the High Plains by Laura L. Scheiber, Bonnie J. Clark