Cultural Affiliation Report Kennewick Man: All Chapters
Part of the Archaeology of Kennewick Man project
Editor(s): Francis McManamon
The general goals of this study are to identify, describe and summarize mortuary patterns and bio-archaeological studies within the Pacific Northwest. A major purpose is to compile this information in a form that will help address the possible cultural affiliation of Kennewick human remains with present-day Indian tribes. The specific objective is to identify continuities, discontinuities, and gaps in mortuary information and bio-archaeological data for the Middle Columbia River region from 9500 BP to the early 19th century.
Cite this Record
Cultural Affiliation Report Kennewick Man: All Chapters. Francis McManamon, Jason Roberts, Brooke S. Blades, Kenneth Ames, Daniel L. Boxberger, Stacy Rasmus, Eugene S. Hunn, Steven Hackenberger, Francis McManamon. Cultural Affiliation Report. Washington, DC: National Park Service, Department of the Interior. 2000 ( tDAR id: 376907) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8CC10CQ
Kennewick Man Archaeological Site
Archaeological Overview • Bioarchaeological Research • Environment Research • Ethnographic Research • Heritage Management • Historic Background Research • Research Design / Data Recovery Plan
min long: -119.165; min lat: 46.213 ; max long: -119.128; max lat: 46.231 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Contact(s): Francis McManamon
Principal Investigator(s): Francis McManamon
Project Director(s): Francis McManamon
Redaction Note: Some of the reports included in the project were posted originally and hosted on a public website created and maintained by the National Park Service and Department of the Interior.
General Note: Some documents were converted from the NPS website (http://www.nps.gov/archeology/kennewick/) by cutting and pasting the website text and images into Word 2007 and exporting the .docx file to PDF via Adobe Acrobat 8 Standard.
General Note: Tables, Figures, and Bibliographic references for individual reports or chapters in reports that were formerly accessed via hyperlinks have been appended to the end of each relevant document.
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