Loon, Fish, and Beaver: Inland Lake subsistence and settlement from the northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan
Author(s): Beverley Smith
Small Late Woodland period occupation sites around Hubbard Lake, MI provide a rare opportunity to examine the empirical evidence of seasonality and subsistence from faunal assemblages in the Upper Great Lakes region in light of long-standing models. While much work has been done regarding the Inland Shore fishery of the Upper Great Lakes, there have been few opportunities to consider Inland Lake localities and their importance in Juntunen phase strategies of settlement and subsistence.
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Loon, Fish, and Beaver: Inland Lake subsistence and settlement from the northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan. Beverley Smith. Presented at The 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, California. 2015 ( tDAR id: 398152)
North America - Midwest
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