East Coast Canines and Culture Contact: a multi-disciplinary approach
Author(s): Kelsey Noack Myers
On the eastern edge of North America, native canine populations were brought into contact with foreign human and canine populations in the 17th century. This paper utilizes multiple types of data to address the dynamics between human and canine groups in spheres of interaction evidenced by archaeological remains from multi-component sites on the northeastern and Mid-Atlantic coasts of the United States spanning the late pre-Columbian and contact periods.
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East Coast Canines and Culture Contact: a multi-disciplinary approach. Kelsey Noack Myers. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, British Columbia. 2017 ( tDAR id: 431003)
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Abstract Id(s): 15390