6 edition of Lindenmeier: a Pleistocene hunting society found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] Edwin N. Wilmsen.|
|Series||Harper"s case studies in archaeology|
|LC Classifications||E78.C6 W54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 126 p.|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||73013205|
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The end of the Pleistocene era brought dramatic environmental changes to small bands of humans living in North America: changes that affected subsistence, mobility, demography, technology, and social relations. The transition they made from Paleoindian (Pleistocene) to Pages: Lindenmeier: a Pleistocene hunting society / [by] Edwin N. Wilmsen. E 78 C6 W54 History of the Indians of Connecticut from the earliest known period to / With an introd. by Wilcomb E. Washburn.
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The Lindenmeier Site is a stratified multi-component archaeological site most famous for its Folsom component. It is located on the former Lindenmeier Ranch, now the Soapstone Prairie Natural Area, in northeastern Larimer County, Colorado, United site contains the most extensive Folsom culture campsite yet found with a radiocarbon date of 10, to 10, B.P.
Artifacts were also Nearest city: Fort Collins, Colorado. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wilmsen, Edwin N. Lindenmeier: a Pleistocene hunting society. New York, Harper & Row  (OCoLC) Lindenmeier: A Pleistocene Hunting Society (Harper's Case Studies in Archaeology) [Edwin N Wilmsen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Lindenmeier Site is a stratified multi-component archaeological site famous for its Folsom component. It is located on Cited by: Author Name Wilmsen, Edwin N. Title Lindenmeier: A Pleistocene Hunting Society (Harper's Case Studies in Archaeology).
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The Lindenmeier Site is a stratified Lindenmeier: a Pleistocene hunting society book archaeological site most famous for its Folsom component. It is located on the former Lindenmeier Ranch, now the Soapstone Prairie Natural Area, in northeastern Larimer County, Colorado, United site contains the most extensive Folsom culture campsite yet found with a radiocarbon date of 10, to 10, B.P.
Artifacts were also. Cite this Record. Lindenmeier: a Pleistocene Hunting Society. Edwin N. Wilmsen. New York, NY: Harper and Row. (tDAR id: ). Lindenmeier: A Pleistocene Hunting Society, Harper and Row.) His study of the Cache La Poudre drainage was a part of Louis’s doctoral thesis, “Geomorphology and Quaternary Chronology of Northeastern Colorado,” which led.
Lindenmeier: A Pleistocene Hunting Society (Harper's Case Studies in Archaeology) by Edwin N. Wilmsen () Jan 1, Native Americans in Larimer County - People of the Mountain and Plains The Lindenmeier site in Larimer County was one of the first locations to provide extensive information about the Folsom people.
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Thanks are due Betty Meggers and the Smithsonian Institution for giving us this important work. Lindenmeier: A Pleistocene Hunting Soci- : W. James Judge. Determining the age of the Lindenmeier Folsom site a decade before the advent of radiocarbon dating required the combined application of stratigraphy, geomorphology, and glacial chronology as well.
Edwin N. Wilmsen is the author of Land Filled with Flies ( avg rating, 14 ratings, 1 review, published ), Journeys with Flies ( avg rating, 4 /5. Lindenmeier: A Pleistocene Hunting Society. EDWIN N. WILMSEN. (Illus.) Paper. (ISBNHarp C). Harper and Row. In writing Lindenmeier: A Pleistocene Hunting Society, Edwin Wilmsen has accepted two serious responsibilities.
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Book Description: These essays cast new light on Paleoindians, the first settlers of North America. Recent research strongly suggests that big-game hunting was but one of the subsistence strategies the first humans in the New World employed and that they also relied on foraging and fishing. The Folsom sites are densest on the High Plains, and reported Folsom points are very rare to the eastern boundaries.
There is an interesting cluster of Folsom points that have been found in the area of Knox, Macoupin, and Greene Counties, Illinois (Fig. I have seen probably 20 of. Integrating Approaches to Material Style in Theory and Philosophy. Authors; Authors and affiliations Physics, Book II, Chapter 3, edited by W D.
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The book is easy to read American Antiquity Wilmsen, E. Lindenmeier: A Pleistocene hunting society. New York: Harper and Row. +++++ West J Med. Mar;(3) Ancient technology in Author: THE RESEARCH JOURNAL.Recent analyses of MSA and Middle Paleolithic points suggest that true long-range projectile weaponry — most likely in the form of spearthrower-delivered darts — evolved in Africa sometime between 90–70 ky BP, and was part of the tool kit of modern humans who expanded out of Africa after this by: Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society.
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