Early Ceramic Population Lifeways and Adaptive Strategies in the Caribbean

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Peter E. Siegel
British Archaeological Reports Limited, 1989 - Social Science - 418 pages
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Papers from a symposium at the SAA meeting at Phoenix, Arizona in 1988. Here published under the auspices of the Centro de Investigaciones Indigenas de Puerto Rico. They are grouped as follows: Regional Settlement Patterns and Subsistence Adaptations (7); Volcanism and Archaeology (1); Site Structure and Community Organization (2); Ceramic Style, Population Movement, and Interaction (3); and a concluding Commentary.

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Contents

SALADOID SETTLEMENT PATTERNS ON ST CROIX
29
PREHISTORIC CERAMIC POPULATION LIFEWAYS AND ADAPTIVE STRATEGIES
79
ENVIRONMENTAL DIVERSITY AND MARITIME ADAPTATIONS
129
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Peter E. Siegel is a Principal Archaeologist and Senior Project Manager with John Milner Associates, a cultural heritage management firm specializing in archaeology, architecture, and planning.

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