Cultural Affiliation Report, Chapter 2: Review of the Archaeological Data

Part of the Archaeology of Kennewick Man project

Author(s): Kenneth Ames

Year: 2000


This report is part of the cultural affiliation study, under NAGPRA, of the Kennewick human remains. The circumstances of the finding of those remains, and the resulting controversies, are well enough known not to require rehearsal here. The present work reviews the extant archaeological record for the Southern Columbia Plateau.

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Cultural Affiliation Report, Chapter 2: Review of the Archaeological Data. Kenneth Ames. Cultural Affiliation Report ,Chapter 2. Washington, DC: National Park Service, Department of the Interior. 2000 ( tDAR id: 376903) ; doi:10.6067/XCV83T9GXP

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min long: -119.165; min lat: 46.213 ; max long: -119.128; max lat: 46.231 ;

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