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Testing for Paleoindian Aggregations: Internal Site Structure at Bull Brook

@inproceedings{Robinson2008TestingFP,
  title={Testing for Paleoindian Aggregations: Internal Site Structure at Bull Brook},
  author={Brian S. Robinson},
  year={2008}
}
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Paleoindian Aggregation and Social Context at Bull Brook
Large social aggregations are among the most highly organized events associated with mobile hunter-gatherers. The Bull Brook Paleoindian site in Ipswich, Massachusetts provides the strongest case for

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Due to the kind invitation of William C. Eldridge and the Vaccaro brothers, discoverers of the site, I have had opportunities to visit and excavate in this flutedpoint site during the current spring.
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