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ANTY 351-001 Archaeology of North America   Tags: archaeology, archaeology_north_america, course_guide  

Prehistoric cultural adaptations and developments in North America from the earliest archaeological evidence through historic times; basic archaeological methods and theory.
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    Coverage on the history, life, and culture of native North Americans
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    Includes articles in North American archaeology
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    An international index that includes citations and abstracts to the literature of geology and related disciplines. It is the online version of the American Geological Institute's geoscience database containing over 2.7 million records. It covers North American topics published since 1785 and other areas of the world since 1933.
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