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Late prehistoric cultural horizons on the Canadian plateau

Thomas H. Richards

Late prehistoric cultural horizons on the Canadian plateau

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Published by Dept. of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, B.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Canada
    • Subjects:
    • Indians of North America -- Canada -- Antiquities.,
    • Canada -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 59-77.

      Statementby Thomas H. Richards and Michael K. Rousseau.
      SeriesPublication / Dept. of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University ;, no. 16, Publication (Simon Fraser University. Dept. of Archaeology) ;, no. 16.
      ContributionsRousseau, Michael K., 1955-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE78.C2 R49 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 102 p. :
      Number of Pages102
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2243856M
      ISBN 100864910770
      LC Control Number89116949
      OCLC/WorldCa17657839

        Prehistoric human footprints unearthed on Canada shoreline Scientists find 29 prints on island in British Columbia, supporting theory that early Americans arrived from Asia. DEFINITION: A late Pleistocene cultural tradition based on the hunting of small game and the collection of wild foods in the mountain and plateau region of western North America, especially Oregon and Washington, between c BC (or later). The diagnostic tool is the leaf-shaped Cascade point, a distinctive bipointed lanceolate point.


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Late prehistoric cultural horizons on the Canadian plateau by Thomas H. Richards Download PDF EPUB FB2

PDF | On Jan 1,Thomas Richards and others published Late Prehistoric Cultural Horizons on the Canadian Plateau | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

In North American archaeological syntheses, the Canadian Plateau is often either ignored, characterized as identical to the Columbia Plateau, or included with the Columbia Plateau and Great Basin (e.g., "Basin/Plateau").

This situation exists primarily because there are no published archaeological syntheses of Canadian Plateau prehistory. It is hoped that the following culture. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Richards, Thomas H.

Late prehistoric cultural horizons on the Canadian plateau. Burnaby, B.C.: Dept. of Archaeology. In North American archaeological syntheses, the Canadian Plateau is often either ignored, characterized as identical to the Columbia Plateau, or included with the Columbia Plateau and Great Basin (e.g., "Basin/Plateau").

This situation exists primarily because there are no published archaeological syntheses of Canadian Plateau prehistory. It is hoped that the following culture-historical model. Recent archaeological investigations in the South Thompson River-Western Shuswap Lakes region of south-central British Columbia have led to the definition of a cultural sequence spanning the last.

Abstract. Prehistoric exchange systems in the Interior Plateau of northwestern North America are examined in this chapter. Trade relationships between the Interior Plateau and adjacent coastal, Great Basin, and Plains regions are well documented at the time of Euro-American contact and provide a reference point for the study of prehistoric exchange systems (Griswold ; Ray, Cited by: Richards, T.

H., and M. Rousseau,Late Prehistoric Cultural Horizons on the Canadian Plateau, Simon Fraser University, Department of Archaeology Publicat Burnaby. Google Scholar Rosman, Abraham, and Paula G. Rubel,Feasting with Mine Enemy: Ranh and Exchange among Northwest Coast Societies (reissue of edition Cited by:   The late prehistoric Iroquoians lived in villages composed of large multi-family longhouses, with some of the larger communities containing more than 2, people.

Wide-ranging social, trade and political connections spanned their area of occupation, as a complement to the warfare which occupied much of their attention. Click on a cultural grouping to learn more. Plateau Fishing and foraging were mainstays of the small tribes living between the Coast and Rocky mountains.

There was great diversity of dress, religious beliefs, and language. The Plateau people fashioned canoes from the area’s pine and cottonwood trees. A Dry OAsis: The CAnADiAn PlAins in lATe PrehisTOry James Daschuk ATbstract he susceptibility of the Canadian plains to drought is widely considered the greatest threat to the economic and social stability of the region.

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Late Prehistoric I ( – B.P.), Late Prehistoric II Cited by: 7. Environment Social Structure Rocky Moutains Columbia River The First Nations of The Interior Plateau By Doei and Emily The first peoples of Plateau region lived that was dominated by Rockies and the valleys In the warmer months, migrated and settled in for search of food in big.

In order to better understand the nature of the similarities and differences among Plateau com- munities, we propose to examine the Plateau as a distinctive interaction sphere during Late Prehistoric times, particularly during what Richards and Rousseau () have termed the Plateau and Kamloops horizons in British Columbia ( B.P.).

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29, Issue. 2, p. Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy, Vol. 29, Issue. 2, p. Cited by: Canadian Plateau The cultural history sequence for the Canadian Plateau is best known for the mid Fraser-Thompson region. Following the retreat of glacial ice approximately years ago the region was initially populated by people with cultures of the surrounding early cultural traditions.

The Interior Plateau cultural region is located in the northwestern United States and British Columbia. It is flanked to the west by the Rocky Mountains and to the east by the Cascade Range and the Canadian Coastal Mountains, and the Fraser and Columbia rivers run through the region.

These mountains have the effect of making the environment. Late Prehistoric Cultural Horizons on the Canadian Pleateau. Publication No. Department of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C. Renfrew, C.

Systems Collapse as Social Transformation: Catastro- phe and Anastrophe in Early State Societies. In Transfor. Lives and Times of the Plateau tells the story of the neighbourhood from its earliest days in the late 18th century, when much of it was still farmland, right up until its modern-day incarnation as an eclectic and hybrid urban setting.

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Temper particles are of sand size or larger (> mm in diameter). In The Prehistoric Pueblo World, A.D. edited by M. Adler, pp. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Sapir, Edward Time Perspective in Aboriginal American Culture: A Study in Method. Anthropological Ser Memoirs of the Canadian Geological Survey Ottawa. Schroeder, Albert, H. Pecos Pueblo. Prehistoric Peoples of the Texas Plateaus and Canyonlands is the main special exhibit that will tie together prehistory, environment, and climatic change to show how the peoples of the plateaus and canyonlands successfully adapted to an often harsh environment.

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This book gives a detailed history on how the country was settled and relates this to its unique and diversified cultural makeup/5(35). The brief excavation of this site yielded two late prehistoric cremations and grave goods. Each of the cremation features appeared to have been made in the following manner: a large oblong pit (up to 12 feet in length, feet in width, and feet in depth) was scooped out of the sand, a pyre constructed in the pit, and then the corpse.

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The history of Native Americans in the United States began in ancient times tens of thousands of years ago with the settlement of the Americas by the pologists and archeologists have identified and studied a wide variety of cultures that existed during this era.

Their subsequent contact with Europeans had a profound impact on the history of their people. The Plateau People's Way of Life: Click the button below to go back to home.

Home. Food: Salmon, which teemed up the rivers during spawning season (late summer and fall), was one of the most important food sources for the Plateau natives. Another food. The Plateau People: Click the button below to read their way of life.

Way of Life. Geographical Locations: Occupying valleys and plateaus containing both desert and forest environments, the Plateau People lived between the Rockies and the Coast Mountains. Typical climate throughout the Plateau are hot, dry summers and cold winters.

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and The Parker focus represents a. INTERSECTIONs. BRIDGEs, HoRizoNs: RECENT PUBLICATIONS Rich Hutchings The Midden's 'Recent Publications' was last printed in (41 [4]).There, Rastko Cvekic listed over seventy books and articles released between and relating to B.C.

: Rich Hutchings. Visual arts by indigenous peoples of the Americas encompasses the visual artistic traditions of the indigenous peoples of the Americas from ancient times to the present. These include works from South America, Mesoamerica, North America including Greenland, as well as Siberian Yup'ik peoples who have great cultural overlap with Native Alaskan Yup'iks.

Nelson: Prehistoric culture change in western north America 3 73 Figure 1 Biotic zones and exploitation areas in the Columbia Plateau (modified from Piperand the U.S. National Atlas ). 1, semi-arid desert. 2, semi-arid to well-watered grasslands and open forests of yellow pine.

A late prehistoric Athabaskan occupation is recognized at several sites in and around U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Wainwright's training lands. The Athabaskan Tradition includes late prehistoric and proto-historic cultures generally believed to be the ancestors of.

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In North America, prehistoric archaeology is considered part of the discipline of.In a region then unknown to Anglo-Americans, he found one of the most important archaeological sites in the United States.

Accounts of the pueblo cultures still begin with reference to Simpson's discoveries and Kern's drawings. While pushing back the physical frontier, Simpson showed the way to new scientific and cultural horizons.In this unique volume, archaeologists examine the changing economic structure of trade in North America over a period of 6, years.

Organined by geographical and chronological divisions, each chapter focuses on trade in one of nine regions from the Arachiac through the late prehistoric period.