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Paleoindian archaeology of the Upper Gunnison Basin, Colorado Rocky Mountains

Pitblado, Bonnie L

North American Archaeologist, January 2016, Vol.37(1), pp.20-60 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Paleoindian archaeology of the Upper Gunnison Basin, Colorado Rocky Mountains
  • Autor: Pitblado, Bonnie L
  • Assuntos: Colorado Rocky Mountains ; Gunnison Basin ; High-Altitude ; Paleoindian ; Hunter-Gatherer ; History & Archaeology
  • É parte de: North American Archaeologist, January 2016, Vol.37(1), pp.20-60
  • Descrição: The past two decades have seen a fluorescence of work at Paleoindian sites in Colorado’s Upper Gunnison Basin (UGB). This article presents and synthesizes the results of that work in two parts, the first, a landscape-scale analysis of 82 UGB Paleoindian components as reported in Colorado state site files; the second, a higher-resolution analysis of Paleoindian sites excavated in recent years. Conclusions include that starting as early as Folsom time, Paleoindian groups occupied the UGB year-round, and that UGB Paleoindian settlement strategies varied significantly both synchronically and diachronically. Both findings relate in large part to the enormously diverse resource base of the Late Pleistocene/Early Holocene Rocky Mountains in general and UGB in particular.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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