Browsing Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work by Subject "Late Prehistoric"

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Browsing Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work by Subject "Late Prehistoric"

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  • Ritterbush, Lauren W.; Logan, Brad (2009)
    Bison utilization during the Late Prehistoric period in the central Plains varied from the diffuse pattern that characterizes the Central Plains tradition to the focal pattern of the westernmost Oneota. Both patterns are ...
  • Ritterbush, Lauren W.; Logan, Brad (2000)
    The White Rock phase is an intrusive Late Prehistoric archaeological complex in the central Plains. It shows clear ties to the Oneota tradition of the upper Midwest. Population movement best explains the presence of this ...
  • Padilla, Matthew J.; Ritterbush, Lauren W. (2005)
    A standardized approach to descriptive analysis of chipped stone artifacts from the White Rock site (14JW1) in north-central Kansas allows comparison with Oneota lithic assemblages. These comparisons reinforce the ...

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