6 edition of The Late Palaeo-indian Great Lakes found in the catalog.
January 31, 2005 by Canadian Museum of Civilization/Musee Canadie .
Written in English
|Contributions||Lawrence J. Jackson (Editor), Andrew Hinshelwood (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||368|
Presentation by Dr. Thomas Pleger, Great Lakes Archaeologist and President of Lake Superior State University, at the Copper and Culture Conference on Prehistoric Metal Working in . Jackson, L., and McKillop, H. b Approaches to Palaeo-Indian Economy: An Ontario and Great Lakes Perspective. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 34 – Karrow, P. F., and Warner, B. G. The Geological and Biological Environment for Human Occupation in Southern by:
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The Late Palaeo-Indian Great Lakes: Geological and Archaeological Investigations of Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Environments (Mercury Series ()) Paperback – January 1, by Lawrence J.
Jackson (Editor), Andrew Hinshelwood (Editor)Format: Paperback. Articles by prominent archaeologists and geological scientists shed new light on the late Palaeo-Indian cultures of the Great Lakes during a time of staggering environmental change and challenge, as the ice sheets retreated by: 3.
Late Palaeo-Indian Great Lakes Book Description: Articles by prominent archaeologists and geological scientists shed new light on the late Palaeo-Indian cultures of the Great Lakes during a time of staggering environmental change and challenge, as the ice sheets retreated northward.
The Late Great Lakes gives a good history of Native American and European use and abuse (most of the abuse perpetrated by the European folks) of the Great Lakes ecosystem. If you are a fisher person, this book will be interesting to you as it documents the numerous massive swings in dominant species in the lakes caused by overfishing and the introduction of non-native species over the last few by: The title "Late Palaeo-Indian Great Lakes" is possibly a bit misleading as the papers include mostly research on the southern Great Lakes in Ontario, with very little from the American side of the border.
There is a single paper on the LPI from Upper Michigan, in the south-ern Lake Superior basin, and a bit on northern Minnesota. The book is a good.
The Late, Great Lakes is a powerful indictment of man's carelessness, ignorance, and apathy toward the Great Lakes. With the longest continuous coastline in the United States, they hold one-fifth of the world's freshwater supply/5.
Late Palaeo-Indian Great Lakes Geological and Archaeological Investigations of Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Environments Edited by: Lawrence J. Jackson, Andrew Hinshelwood. The late, Great Lakes: an environmental history User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict This compact natural history of the Great Lakes region is really a passion ate plea for an awakening to.
Table New Records Of Late Palaeo-Indian Points In Southern Ontario 28 Table A Late Palaeo-Indian Point Series For Southern Ontario 54 3. Hi-Lo: An Early Lithic Complex in the Great Lakes Region Christopher Ellis Table Hi-Lo in Relation to Palaeo-Indian and Early Archaic 76 4.
Intensity of Land-Use Around the Holland Marsh: Assessing. Provenance studies of late paleo-indian quartzite The Late Palaeo-indian Great Lakes book in the Great Lakes region of North America using destructive and non-destructive techniques Chapter (PDF Available) January with.
The Late, Great Lakes: An Environmental History Citation "In recognition of a notable contribution to the documentation of life in the United States of America" by the Colonial Dames of America, Ap A Nature Book Society Alternate Selection The problem, perhaps, is one of perception.
The Death and Life of the Great Lakes by Dan Egan gives the reader a good picture of the Great Lakes and the troubles which they face today. I was impressed with the research and care which Egan took in writing this book and found it easy to understand for a non-scientist/5.
The Late, Great Lakes is a powerful indictment of man's carelessness, ignorance, and apathy toward the Great Lakes. With the longest continuous coastline in the United States, they hold one-fifth of the world's freshwater supply. Author William Ashworth presents a Brand: Wayne State University Press.
Great Lakes Archaeology. NY: Academic Press, An introduction to the archaeology of the Great Lakes for the general reader. Mason, Ronald. Late Pleistocene Geochronology and the Paleo-Indian Penetration into the Lower Michigan Peninsula.
Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms, In book: The Late Palaeo-Indian Great Lakes: Geological and Archaeological Investigations of Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Environments, Chapter: Early Holocene Human Burials at Wapekeka. Paleo-Indians, Paleoindians or Paleoamericans, were the first peoples who entered, and subsequently inhabited, the Americas during the final glacial episodes of the late Pleistocene period.
The prefix "paleo-" comes from the Greek adjective palaios (παλαιός), meaning "old" or "ancient". The term "Paleo-Indians" applies specifically to the lithic period in the Western Hemisphere and is. The Great Lakes have always had an economy based on resource extraction, notes Ashworth, author of Nor Any Drop to Drink.
First it was furs, followed by lumbering, minerals and heavy industry. With words written from the author's heart, and with a collection of his never before published photographs, Paquette recounts the amazing story of this landmark discovery and the subsequent excavation of one of the most remarkable Late Paleo-Indian archaeological sites ever uncovered in the Upper Great Lakes region.
The late Palaeo-Indian Great Lakes: geological and archaeological investigations of late pleistocene and early Holocene environments Author: Andrew Hinshelwood ; Lawrence J Jackson.
So far few points from this horizon have been identified in Ontario. To the south of the Great Lakes side-notched points given various type-names (such as Hardaway Side-Notched, Greenbriar, Big Sandy) have been found on sites dating to just after the Late Palaeo-Indian period.
Hi-Lo: An Early Lithic Complex in the Great Lakes Region. During the Paleoindian period, sites in the Ohio basin have greater similarity to the Great Lakes and to the west, when compared with the cultural adaptations in the Delaware and Susquehanna basins. In the eastern drainage basins, there seem to be both movements between the Susquehanna and Delaware and north-south movements, mainly from New York.
The Great Lakes (French: les Grands Lacs), or the Great Lakes of North America, are a series of interconnected freshwater lakes in the upper mid-east part of North America, on the Canada–United States border, which connect to the Atlantic Ocean through the Saint Lawrence comprise Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario.
Source: EPA. The picture is a bit misleading, however, since most Native Americans in the Great Lakes region lived in hogans or wigwams like the one shown below, not in teepees. Source: Unknown. Today, evidence of these ancient cultures is meager.
Some of the paleo-Indians left burial and other ceremonial mounds behind, like these in SW Lower Michigan. The Late, Great Lakes is a powerful indictment of man's carelessness, ignorance, and apathy toward the Great Lakes.
With the longest continuous coastline in the United States, they hold one-fifth of the world's freshwater supply. Author William Ashworth presents a compelling history of the Great Lakes, from their formation in the Ice Age, to /5(5). Gramly, R. “Palaeo-Indian Sites South of Lake Ontario, Western and Central New York State.” In Late Pleistocene and Holocene Paleoecology and Archaeology of the Eastern Great Lakes Region, ed.
Laub, N. Miller, and D. Steadman. Bulletin of the. Geoarchaeological Modeling of Late Paleoindian Site Location in the Northwestern Great Lakes Region.
PaleoAmerica: Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. Author: Robert J. Legg, Robert R. Regis, John M. Lambert, Matthew Liesch, Charles B. Travis. Get this from a library. Late Palaeo-Indian Great Lakes: Geological and Archaeological Investigations of Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Environments.
[Andrew Hinshelwood; Lawrence J Jackson; Canadian Museum of Civilization.; Project Muse.;] -- "For the first time, a series of detailed studies is available on the Late Palaeo-Indian occupations of the Great Lakes margins.
Contact Us. Livres Canada Books 1 Nicholas Street, Suite Ottawa, Ontario K1N 7B7 CANADA. Phone: +1 Fax: +1 [email protected] The Late, Great Lakes is a powerful indictment of man's carelessness, ignorance, and apathy toward the Great Lakes. With the longest continuous coastline in the United States, they hold one-fifth of the world's freshwater supply.
There is talk, too, of utilizing Great Lakes water for agriculture in Arizona and the arid Great Plains states. Ashworth uncovers no startling new toxic threats or corporate crimes here, but the book is, if unintentionally, an interesting glimpse of how far pollution control has come in the past 20 years—and how very far it has to go.
Karrow P. Ontario geological events and environmental change in the time of the late Paleoindian - early Archaic cultures. In: Jackson L, Hinshelwood A, editors. The Lake Palaeo-Indian Great Lakes: geological and archaeological investigations of late Pleistocene and early Holocene environments.
Archaeology Papers, Mercury Series, No. Patrick Julig and Peter Storck's main reports appeared as Chapters 4 and 5 in a book edited by Julig, The Sheguiandah Site: Archaeological, geological and paleobotanical studies at a Paleoindian site on Manitoulin Island, Ontario, published by the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Chapter 2 in that same book is a history of Thomas Lee's.
Provenance studies of late paleo-indian quartzite artifacts in the Great Lakes region of North America using destructive and non-destructive techniques. The Late Pleistocene archaeological record of the Great Lakes drainage area shows that there were several, albeit spatially variable, changes in that record in a time period corresponding to the Younger Dryas (YD) climatic reversal at ca.
10,–10, 14 C BP. Notable here are declines in some areas in the mobility of Paleoindian groups as measured by distance to the main lithic source Cited by: QUATERNARY RESEA () Geochronology and Settlement Disposition in the Early Palaeo-Indian Occupation of Southern Ontario, Canada L.
JACKSON P.O. BoxPort Hope, Ontario, LIA 3Z4, Canada Received J Examination of a sample of fluted-point localities from southern Ontario, Canada in relation to datable features of Late Wisconsinan ice retreat Cited by: 6. Stewart, A.,Intensity of Land-Use Around the Holland Marsh: Assessing temporal Change from Regional Site Distributions, The Late Palaeo-Indian Great Lakes: Geological and Archaeological Investigations of Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Environments, edited by L.
Jackson and A. Hinshelwood, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Mercury Cited by: 2. 46 books about Paleo-Indians.
and can significantly inform our views of lifeways of Late Paleoindian and Early Archaic peoples. Because the Cody complex extends from the central Canadian plains to the Gulf of Mexico and from Nevada to the eastern Great Lakes—making it second only to Clovis in geographical expanse—this volume will.
“Geoarchaeological context for late Paleo-Indian archaeology in the north-central Upper Peninsula of Michigan, USA.” In The Late Palaeo-Indian Great Lakes: Geological and Archaeological Investigations of Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Environments, edited by L.
Jackson and A. Hinshelwood, – Mercury Series Archaeology Paper In this work, author Richard Guy Wilkinson presents an examination of the biological relationships among certain Middle and Late Woodland populations from the Great Lakes area.
He studied the skeletal material from many Midwest archaeological sites, including Juntunen, Younge, Bussinger, Steuben, and Norton Mounds (the largest Hopewellian. Other types of Paleo-Indian tools made of perishable materials, such as bone or wood, have not survived the centuries.
Early Archaic ( - BC) The Early Archaic Tradition is largely a continuation of the Paleo-Indian way of life, so some researchers refer to this time period as the Late Paleo-Indian.The Holcombe site, in Macomb County, Michigan, was occupied ab years ago.
At that time, it was situated on the shore of glacial Lake Clinton. In this volume, the authors describe their excavation of this site and the artifacts they found, including thousands of chipped stone tools.The Death and Life of the Great Lakes is a nonfiction book of science journalism delving into some of the key past and present issues surrounding the ecology, politics, and commerce of the Great Lakes.
The book was published in and was the recipient of the J. Anthony Lukas Award as well as a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.