The archaeology of large-scale manipulation of prey: the economic and social dynamics of mass hunting
Carlson, Kristen, editor
Bement, Leland C., editor
University Press of Colorado, publisher
Expands the understanding of large-scale hunting methods beyond the customary role of subsistence and survival to include the social and political realms where large-scale hunting adaptations evolved, primarily from the Americas and spanning from the Folsom Period on the Great Plains to the ethnographic present in Australia.--Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Hunting, Prehistoric -- Social aspects
Hunting, Prehistoric -- Economic aspects
Hunting and gathering societies -- Food
American bison hunting