Exploring Different Facets of Early Hunter-Gatherer Interaction in Selected Ecotonal Boundary Areas of North and South America
Author(s): Kary Stackelbeck
This paper examines the influence of Richard Jefferies’ research into early hunter-gatherer interaction on my own work in the mid-Continental U.S. and Central Andes. The material expressions of social interaction among terminal Pleistocene to mid-Holocene populations in these disparate regions vary substantially. However, interesting observations may be made when placing those expressions in a broader context of understanding the ways in which early populations navigated their social and physical environments—particularly during times of substantial climatic change and in geographical areas that represented some type of boundary zone.
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Exploring Different Facets of Early Hunter-Gatherer Interaction in Selected Ecotonal Boundary Areas of North and South America. Kary Stackelbeck. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, British Columbia. 2017 ( tDAR id: 429608)
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