Faunal Analysis of the Village Site, Healy Lake, Central Alaska
Healy Lake Village Site, an important multicomponent site with occupations spanning the terminal Pleistocene and Holocene provides an important opportunity to address fundamental issues of subarctic hunter-gatherer economies as they changed through time. To date, there are only a limited number of sites in former Beringia with preserved faunal remains. This poster presents zooarchaeological analyses and interpretations from well-preserved mammal, bird, and fish remains addressing current questions of economic change in eastern Beringia (and the western Subarctic) from the earliest Americans to recent Athabaskans.
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Faunal Analysis of the Village Site, Healy Lake, Central Alaska. Hilary Hilmer, Ben A. Potter. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, British Columbia. 2017 ( tDAR id: 428850)
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Abstract Id(s): 15470