Pacific northeast Asia in prehistory: hunter-fisher-gatherers, farmers, and sociopolitical elites

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WSU Press, 1992 - History - 223 pages
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This volume incorporates the richest body of data ever assembled on northeast Asia's prehistory, covering cultural change and development from the Paleolithic stone industries through the formation of advanced states.

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Contents

The Emergence of HunterFisherGatherers Farmers and Sociopolitical Elites in the Prehistory
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HuntingFishingGathering Cultures
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Current Status and Problems
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Aikens is professor of anthropology at the University of Oregon.

Rhee is academic vice president at Northwest Christian College, Eugene, Oregon.

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