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Ancient North America

An archaeological survey of North American prehistory, from Paleo-indian times to contact with Europeans, and focusing on subsistence, mobility, migration, trade, settlement, material culture, ideology, inequality, and gender in Native North America. The course uses case studies from several regions in the US and Canada, including the Northeast, Southwest, Northwest Coast, and Arctic.

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