Archaeological landscapes on the High Plains
Archaeological Landscapes on the High Plains combines history, anthropology, archaeology, and geography to take a closer look at the relationships between land and people in this unique North American region. "Focusing on long-term change that considers ethnographic literature, archaeological evidence, and environmental data spanning thousands of years of human presence to understand human perception and construction of landscape, the contributors offer cohesive and synthetic studies emphasizing hunter-gatherers and subsistence farmers." "Using landscape as both reality and metaphor, Archaeological ...
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