Archaic Transitions in Ohio and Kentucky Prehistory
Kent State University Press, 2001 - History - 359 pages
After the last Ice Age, the southern Lake Erie basin and the Ohio valley were characterized by biotic zones that influenced cultural development of archaic Native American populations. This text looks at the transition from nomadic hunting and gathering to the rise of food production in this area.
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