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Caribou Hunting in the Upper Great LakesEdited by Elizabeth Sonnenburg, Ashley K. Lemke and John M. O'Shea 2015
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Bringing together American and Canadian scholars of Great Lakes prehistory to provide a holistic picture of caribou hunters, this volume covers such diverse topics as paleoenvironmental reconstruction, ethnographic surveys of hunting features with Native informants in Canada, and underwater archaeological research, and presents a synthetic model of ancient caribou hunters in the Great Lakes region.
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