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Batza Tena

Donald Woodforde Clark

Batza Tena

trail to obsidian : archaeology at an Alaskan obsidian source

by Donald Woodforde Clark

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Published by Canadian Museum of Civilization in Hull, Que .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Koyukon Indians -- Antiquities.,
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Alaska -- Koyukuk River.,
  • Athapascan Indians -- Antiquities.,
  • Koyukon (Indiens) -- Antiquités.,
  • Fouilles (Archéologie) -- Alaska -- Koyukuk Rivière.,
  • Athapascan (Indiens) -- Antiquités.,
  • Koyukuk River (Alaska) -- Antiquities.,
  • Koyukuk (Alaska : Rivière) -- Antiquités.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesArchaeology at an Alaskan obsidian source.
    StatementDonald W. Clark and A. McFadyen Clark.
    SeriesMercury series, Paper / Archaeological Survey of Canada -- no. 147., Paper (Archaeological Survey of Canada) -- no. 147.
    ContributionsClark, Annette McFadyen., Canadian Museum of Civilization., Archaeological Survey of Canada.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 315 p. :
    Number of Pages315
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18068127M
    ISBN 100660140160
    LC Control Number93099659

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    Download Citation | The Manufacture of Northern Fluted Points: A Production Sequence Hypothesis | Recent research has begun to shed light on the role the Northern Fluted Complex (NFC) played in. BATZA TENA REFERENCES Clark, Donald W. Archaeology of the Batza Téna Obsidian Source, West-Central Alaska: A Preliminary Report of Initial Reconnaissance Surveys. Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska 15(2) a Some Practical Applications of Obsidian Hydration Dating in the Subarctic. Arctic


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New to. Learn more. Sign up for our newsletter. Specials, new title alerts and more!. Batza Tena, Trail to Obsidian Book Description: This volume reports on the findings from the extensive archaeological surveys and excavations in the Batza Téna area, Alaska’s most important source of.

Batza Tena Fluted Points and Sites Site RkIg-Twenty Eight Microblade Sites Batza Tena Tuktu and the Northern Archaic Hahanudan: Stacked Chronology and Cleaved Space The Lake Complex Later Prehistory Lithic Source Archaeology Summary and Conclusions Appendix I: Sites RkIg and RlIg Appendix II: Collations.

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Get this from a library! Batza Tena: trail to obsidian: archaeology at an Alaskan obsidian source. [Donald W Clark; Annette McFadyen Clark; Canadian Museum of Civilization.; Archaeological Survey of Canada.] -- This volume reports on the findings of archaeological surveys and excavations at Batza Tena, an area of Alaska (the northern most state of the United States) that has supplied native.

Batza Tena may have formed during one of several widespread magmatic events near this borderland from 65 to 40 mya (Moll-Stalcup and Arth,Patton and Box, ). The Koyukuk River near Batza Tena is a tributary of the Yukon River that flows through the Yukon and Alaska en route to the Pacific Ocean.

The most feasible transport routes of.Koyukuk River culture.