Prehistoric Maritime Adaptations of the Circumpolar Zone
William W. Fitzhugh
Mouton, 1975 - History - 405 pages
Papers examining the anthropology and archaeology of early cultures in Scandinavia, the North Pacific and Bering Sea, and the northwest Atlantic, with comparative studies of various aspects.
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Agriculture Inland Hunting and Sea Hunting in the Western
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Use of Slate in the Circumpolar Region
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adaptation type Ainu Alaska Peninsula Aleutian Aleuts Anangula animals Anthropology archaeological archipelago Arctic arrowheads artifacts Baltic beach Bering Sea birds blade bone and antler caribou circumpolar coastal complex early eastern Hokkaido economic environmental Eskimo ethnographic evidence excavations fauna fishing flake flint forms Fuegian Gjessing ground slate historical Hokkaido Hrdlicka implements important interior Islands Jochelson 1933 Kachemak tradition knives known Kodiak Koniag Koryak Kurils Labrador land mammals Littorina Sea Lothrop marine Maritime Archaic material McCartney Mesolithic meters midden millennium B.C. Murie Neolithic Norrland Ocean Bay Okhotsk culture Okhotsk Sea Okhotsk type pottery Okladnikov Pacific pattern period phase Pit House points population Port au Choix prehistoric probably region River Sakhalin salmon Satsumon Scandinavia seal hunting seasonal settlement shell mound similar species Stone Age subarctic subsistence suggest toggling harpoons Ust'-Poluj Veniaminof 1840 village whales winter Yahgan zone
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