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Peopling and early cultures of the pacific northwest.
SCIENCE Geological History In past discussions and speculations concerning the early peopling of the New World, the hypothesized "migration cor-ridor" between the Cordilleran and Lau-rentian iceExpand
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The Cult of the Serpent in the Americas: Its Asian Background [and Comments and Reply]
The origins of ophiolatry in the Western Hemisphere are obscure. It may be part of an extremely ancient, worldwide pattern of veneration of cult animals; it may have arisen independently among theExpand
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New Radiocarbon Dates from the Yale Area of the Lower Fraser River Canyon, British Columbia
Three new radiocarbon dates from two lakes near Yale, B.C. establish that ice-free conditions existed in parts of the Lower Fraser Canyon as early as 11 430 ± 150 B.P. A volcanic ash layer found inExpand
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Wilson Duff (1925-1976): His Contributions to the Growth of Archaeology in British Columbia
The death of Wilson Duff on 8 August 1976 at the age of 51 has deprived the native peoples of the Pacific Northwest of one of their true and most actively helpful non-Indian friends. The respect andExpand
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