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Early Human Settlement of Northeastern North America
This paper summarizes current evidence for earliest human occupation of northeastern North America during the late Pleistocene and early Holocene. We review evolution of the region's landscapes andExpand
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Paleoindians and the Younger Dryas in the New England-Maritimes Region
Abstract This paper examines environmental and archaeological data for the Younger Dryas (YD) (12,900–11,600 calibrated years before present) (cal BP) and early Holocene (11,600–10,000 cal BP) in theExpand
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The Sporormiella proxy and end-Pleistocene megafaunal extinction: A perspective
Counts of dispersed spores of the pyrenomycete dung-fungus Sporormiella have recently gained prominence as a technique to examine the end-Pleistocene mass extinction. Early investigations were ableExpand
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Early Fluted-biface Variation in Glaciated Northeastern North America
ABSTRACT Most researchers argue that archaeological evidence for the Clovis technological complex, although documented across most of unglaciated North America, is absent in the glaciated Northeast,Expand
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PRE-CLOVIS IN THE AMERICAS: INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Pre-Clovis in the Americas stems from a symposium held on – November , at the NationalMuseumofNaturalHistory inWashington, DC. Published in March, , this compilation consists of a forewordExpand
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Eastern Paleoindian Lithic Resource Use
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COUPLING LITHIC SOURCING WITH LEAST COST PATH ANALYSIS TO MODEL PALEOINDIAN PATHWAYS IN NORTHEASTERN NORTH AMERICA
Projections of Paleoindian range mobility in the late Pleistocene are typically inferred from straight-line distances between toolstone sources and sites where artifacts of these raw materials haveExpand
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Paleoindian Peoples and Landscapes of Northeastern North America: An Introduction
ABSTRACT In recent decades, with new site discoveries and expanding data sets, archaeologists have increasingly embraced landscape perspectives in researching Paleoindian peoples of northeasternExpand
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