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archaeology of the Lochnore-Nesikep locality, British Columbia
|Other titles||Syesis., The Lochnore-Nesikep locality, British Columbia.|
|Series||Syesis -- v. 3, suppl.|
|Contributions||British Columbia Provincial Museum.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||146 p. :|
|Number of Pages||146|
Appendices for "Athapaskan migrations: the archaeology of Eagle Lake, British Columbia" Creator: Matson, R.G. Magne, Martin Paul Robert: Contributor: University of British Columbia. Laboratory of Archaeology: Publisher: Laboratory of Archaeology, Department of Anthropology and Sociology, University of British Columbia: Date Issued: Sanger, David The archaeology of the Lochnore-Nesikep locality, British Columbia. Syesis 3: Supplement 1. Schalk, Randall F. The structure of an anadromous fish resource.
In Canadian Journal of Archaeology Grier, Colin; Patrick Dolan, Kelly Derr and Eric B. McLay — Assessing Sea Level Changes in the Southern Gulf Islands of British Columbia Using Archaeological Data from Coastal Spit Locations. Canadian Journal of Archaeology . This thesis is a stylistic study of the prehistoric art record from the Northwest Coast of North America. Its purpose is three-fold: to describe the spatial and temporal variation in the stylistic attributes of prehistoric art; to evaluate theories on the evolution of the Northwest Coast art tradition; and to comment on the possible factors behind variation in the prehistoric art record. .
Archaeology of the Lochnore-Nesikep Locality, British Columbia, ) and in Munsell (The Ryegrass Coulee Site, ). However, we did not then similarly deal with the definition of the possible macro-blade or blade industry. A wholly satisfactory criteria for the defini-tion of occurrence of either microblade or. This book aims to bring those studies together into a single volume. The Archaeology of Kamloops (CC BY-NC-ND) This report is concerned with archaeological excavations in the south-central interior of British Columbia, in the vicinity of Kamloops.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sanger, David, Archaeology of the Lochnore-Nesikep locality, British Columbia. [Victoria, B.C.]: British Columbia. The archaeology of the Lochnore-Nesikep locality, British Columbia by David Sanger,British Columbia Provincial Museum edition, in EnglishPages: The archaeology of the Lochnore-Nesikep locality, British Columbia;: final reportAuthor: David Sanger.
Add tags for "Excavations in the Lochnore-Nesikep Creek locality, British Columbia; interim report.". Be the first. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: David Sanger.
Description. David Sanger: The archaeology of the Lochnore-Nesikep locality, British Columbia National Museum of Man, Ottawa, Canada. Archaeological research in the Interior Plateau of British Columbia has resulted in the discovery of a cultural sequence spanning more than 7, years of prehistory.
Division, Librar oy f the University of British Columbia. Books ANTONSON, Rick In. search of a legend: the search for the Slumach — Lost Creek gold mine.
New Westminster, Western Heritage Supply 5,5. SANGER, David The. archaeology of the Lochnore-Nesikep locality, British Columbia. (Syesis, v.3 Suppl.1, )Victoria, British.
About this Item: The British Columbia Provincial Museum, Victoria, Paper. Condition: Very Good. Sanger?s Archeology of the Lochnore-Nesikep Locality, British Columbia, more. From the collection of Wayne Prescott Suttles, renowned anthropologist, scholar, and linguist regarding many Pacific cultures, and especially the U.S.
Pacific Northwest Coast Salish people. Sanger, David,The Archaeology of the Lochnore-Nesikep Locality, British Columbia, Syesis 3, Supplement 1. Google Scholar Sappington, Robert Lee, a, A Progress Report on the Obsidian and Vitrophyre Sourcing Project, Idaho Archaeologist 4 (4): 4– Burnaby, British Columbia.
We respectfully dedicate this volume to the memory of CHARLES E. BORDEN () the father of British Columbia archaeology. TABLE OF CONTENTS The Lochnore-Nesikep locality in the Mid-Fraser River region Figure 6.
The area between Gibbs Creek and Pavilion in the Mid-Fraser. Prehistory of the Pacific Northwest Plateau as seen from the interior of British Columbia. American Antiquity 32 (2) The archaeology of the Lochnore-Nesikep locality, British Columbia.
Syesis, Vol.3, Supplement 1. The British Columbia Provincial Museum. Cultural biology in Passamaquoddy Bay, New Brunswick. The Maine. Housepit Archaeology at Lillooet, British Columbia: The Fiel d Season A.
STRYD INTRODUCTION In the summer of th,e author, supported by a National Museum of compared with data from the nearby Lochnore-Nesikep Locality; and (2) To investigate the history of the semi-subterranean pithouse dwelling.
§ department of Archaeology, simon Fraser University, University drive, street, University of toronto, toronto oN M5s 2s2 Abstract. Archaeological research in the Middle Fraser Canyon of British Columbia offers significant opportunities for advan-cing our knowledge of the development of work at the lochnore-Nesikep locality.
stryd. The Lochnore-Nesikep locality, British Columbia, pro 0 1 2 J cm 0, 2 ~~ cm FiG. Microcores from northwestern North America: (1, 2) Campus site, (3) Onion Por tage, () Noatak River, (8, 11, 12) Batza-Tena (9, 10) Ice Mountain site, () Lochnore Nesikep locality (16) Windy Springs site, (17) Ryegrass Coulee site.
Archaeological Investigations Near Kamloops, British Columbia. This thesis concerns the results of archaeological excavation in the Kamloops locality in the Interior Plateau of British Columbia.
The investigations were salvage-oriented and concentrated upon the excavation of four pithouse village sites on the north shore of the South Thompson.
The archaeology of the Lochnore-Nesikep locality, British Columbia. Syesis, Vol.3, Supplement 1. British Columbia Provincial Museum. Cow Point: an Archaic cemetery in New Brunswick.
National Museum of Man, Archaeological Survey of Canada, Mercury Culture change as an adaptive process in the Maine - Maritimes region. Arctic. The archaeology of the Lochnore-Nesikep locality, British Columbia;: final report Sanger, David, () An anthropological study of the Tibetan political system .
Sanger, David, Metadata Show full item record. Abstract. Our recent book, Athapaskan Migrations: The Archaeology of Eagle Lake, Bri tish Columbia (Matson and Magne ) is mainly a synthesis of the fieldwork conducted on the Interior Plateau of British. The Archaeology Of The Lochnore Nesikep Locality British Columbia Author: David Sanger ISBN: STANFORD.
Sanger, D. The Archaeology of the Lochnore-Nesikep Locality, British Columbia: Final Report. MS, doctoral dissertation, University of Washington, Seattle. Sanger, D. Prehistory of the Pacific Northwest Plateau as Seen from the Interior of British Columbia.The earliest occupation of the site of EdRh on the Interior Plateau of British Columbia dates to the Lochnore Phase of the early Plateau Pithouse Tradition.
The Plateau of northwestern North America offers one of the world's most important records of hunter–gatherer cultural diversity and evolutionary process.
During the late prehistoric period, Plateau hunter–gatherers participated in a wide variety of mobile and sedentary mobility regimes, maintained diets emphasizing anadromous fish, roots, and larger game .