2 edition of Early man and environments in Northwest North America found in the catalog.
Early man and environments in Northwest North America
Paleo-environmental Workshop (2nd 1970 University of Calgary)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by R.A. Smith, J.W. Smith]|
|Contributions||Smith, Rachel A., Smith, J. W., University of Calgary Archaeological Association.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||136 p. :|
|Number of Pages||136|
It was thought that humans arrived in a single southern wave of migration ab years ago, which corresponds to the spread across North America of distinctive stone tools attributed to a. In North America, camelids and equids eventually died off, the latter not to reappear on the continent until the Spanish reintroduced the horse near the end of the 15th century CE. As the Quaternary extinction event was happening, the Late Paleo-Indians would have relied more on other means of subsistence.
a. the theory that North America was first populated by European peoples who sailed across the Atlantic in early boats. b. the belief that there was once a landmass that connected northern Asia to North America. c. the theory that North America was first populated by Asian peoples who sailed down the Pacific coast in early boats. And archaeologist E. James Dixon argues in "Bones, Boats and Bison" that many areas along the northwest coast that were once thought .
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