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The Younger Dryas and Late Pleistocene peoples of the Great Lakes region
Abstract 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 toExpand
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Silver Mound, Wisconsin: Source of Hixton Silicified Sandstone
Abstract In 2006, the prehistoric quarry complex at Silver Mound in western Wisconsin was designated a National Historic Landmark. As the sole source of Hixton Silicified Sandstone, Silver Mound’sExpand
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PALEOINDIAN ECONOMIC ORGANIZATION IN THE LOWER GREAT LAKES REGION: EVALUATING THE ROLE OF CARIBOU AS A CRITICAL RESOURCE
PALEOINDIAN ECONOMIC ORGANIZATION IN THE LOWER GREAT LAKES REGION: EVALUATING THE ROLE OF CARIBOU AS A CRITICAL RESOURCE By Dillon H. Carr There is a widespread perception that Rangifer tarandusExpand
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The Organization of Late Paleoindian Lithic Procurement Strategies in Western Wisconsin
Abstract The applicability of employing an organization of technology framework to the analysis of prehistoric lithic procurement strategies is demonstrated here. Analysis reveals that a spatialExpand
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A Landscape Approach to Reconstructing Territorial Mobility during the Parkhill Phase in Southern Michigan and Ontario
ABSTRACT Territorial mobility during the Middle Paleoindian period is estimated by calculating distance to source for the primary toolstone on Parkhill phase sites in the lower Great Lakes region.Expand
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From Silver Lake to Deer Lake: Variability in the Early Holocene Human Occupation of Michigan's Upper Peninsula
The current study seeks to evaluate potential sources of variability within the early Holocene archaeological record of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula by examining variability in site density andExpand
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The Kriesel Cache: A Late Paleoindian Biface Cache From Western Wisconsin
Abstract The Kriesel Cache originally consisted of 74 lanceolate-shaped silicified sandstone bifaces from western Wisconsin. These are interpreted as preforms relating to the Agate Basin complex.Expand
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Shifting Engagement Efforts through Disciplinary Departments: A Mistake or A Starting Point? A Cross-Institutional, Multidepartment Analysis.
This article documents the innovative practices and initial outcomes from the Grand Rapids Engaged Department Initiative, a cross-institutional collaboration designed in response to the failures ofExpand
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The Engaged Department Initiative: GVSU, GRCC, and Aquinas Join Forces for Place-Based Impact
The Engaged Department Initiative (EDI) is a place-based cross-institutional collaboration located in the Grand Rapids region. Participating organizations include Michigan Campus Compact (MiCC),Expand