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Record #199395:

Chipped stone technology and the colonization of the Aleutian archipelago / Virginia Hatfield.

Title: Chipped stone technology and the colonization of the Aleutian archipelago / Virginia Hatfield.
Author(s): Hatfield, Virginia.
Date: 2011.
In: Arctic Anthropology. (2011.), Vol. 48(2) (2011)
Abstract: Presents comparison between assemblages from recently excavated sites in western and central Aleutian Islands (dating to ca 3000 BP and 6000 BP respectively) with assemblages in eastern Aleutians (dating between 3000 and 6000 BP) to evaluate evidence of historical continuity. Comparison suggests that western, central and eastern Aleutian occupants are historically related, as several of the sites have blade and micro-blade technology at similar chronological stages.
Notes:

Arctic Anthropology. Vol. 48(2) :113-125 (2011).

In special issue Anthropology in the Aleutians.

Keywords: 903 -- Archaeology.
93"-" -- Period before birth of Christ.
U -- Archaeology.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*49) -- Alaska.
(*495.2) -- Aleutian Islands.
SPRI record no.: 199395

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