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Rat Indian Creek Site and the Late Prehistoric Period in the Interior Northern Yukon.

National Museums of Canada. National Museum of Man. Archaeological Survey of Canada.

Rat Indian Creek Site and the Late Prehistoric Period in the Interior Northern Yukon.

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SeriesNational Museum of Man Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper Mercury Series -- 120
ContributionsLe Blanc, R.
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Open LibraryOL21886108M


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Rat Indian Creek Site and the Late Prehistoric Period in the Interior Northern Yukon. by National Museums of Canada. National Museum of Man. Archaeological Survey of Canada. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rat Indian Creek Site and the Late Prehistoric Period in the Interior Northern Yukon Book Description: This thesis discusses the results of excavation and analysis of the Rat Creek site (MjVg-1), a late prehistoric-historic stratified site located on the Porcupine River, northern Yukon Territory.

The Rat Indian Creek Site and the Late Prehistoric Period in the Interior Northern Yukon. Raymond J. Leblanc. Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper No. National Museum of Man Mercury Series, Ottawa, Canada, xxvi pp. illus.biblio. Free upon request (paper). - Volume 50 Issue 4. Rat Indian Creek Site and the Late Prehistoric Period in the Interior Northern Yukon.

In this Book. The major objectives were to attempt to refine the existing late prehistoric sequence for the interior Northern Yukon and to resolve some of the more specific issues regarding technology and typology that were raised by previous research in Cited by: An illustration of an open book.

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The Rat Indian Creek site and the late prehistoric period in the interior Northern Yukon by Raymond Joseph Le Blanc,National Museums of Canada edition, in English. The Rat Indian Creek site and the late prehistoric period in the interior Northern Yukon by Raymond Joseph Le Blanc, edition, in English.

This thesis discusses the results of excavation and analysis of the Rat Creek site (MjVg-1), a late prehistoric-historic stratified site located on the Porcupine River, northern Yukon Territory. The major objectives were to attempt to refine the existing late prehistoric sequence for the interior Northern Yukon and to resolve some of the more specific issues regarding technology and typology.

The Rat Indian Creek Site and the Late Prehistoric Period in the Interior Northern Yukon. Raymond Joseph LeBlanc. National Museum of Man Mercury Series, Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper pages.

The core of this monograph, which is a slightly modified version of the author's Ph. dissertation at the University of Toronto, is. Corpus ID: Rat Indian Creek Site and the Late Prehistoric Period in the Interior Northern Yukon inproceedings{LeblancRatIC, title{Rat Indian Creek Site and the Late Prehistoric Period in the Interior Northern Yukon}, author{R.

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The Rat Indian Creek site and the late prehistoric period in the interior northern Yukon (Collection Mercure Musee national de l'homme). Rat Indian Creek site is also compared to sites in Alaska, the Yukon, and Northwest Territories.

LeBlanc also proposes that together, the Klo-kut Phase, Dixthada, Kavik, and several other sites can be considered to represent a late prehistoric technocomplex.

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Raymond Leblanc. Presented at Alaska Anthropological Association 7th annual meeting, Anchorage, AK. (tDAR id: ). This thesis discusses the results of excavation and analysis of the Rat Creek site (MjVg-1), a late prehistoric-historic stratified site located on the Porcupine River, northern Yukon Territory.

: The Rat Indian Creek Site and the Late Prehistoric Period in the Interior Northern Yukon. : First printing in tall paper covers. Mercury Series. Archaeological Survey Paper No. Figures, tables, references.

Some sunning to spine and lightly onto covers. Clean and. InRay completed his dissertation, The Rat Indian Creek Site and the Late Prehistoric Period in the Interior Northern Yukon (Le Blanc ).

This work is one of the most solid discussions of the late prehistoric in Yukon and one of the first, and still most referenced, works on prehistoric antler and bone technology.

Rat Indian Creek Site and the Late Prehistoric Period in the Interior Northern Yukon. In this Book. The major objectives were to attempt to refine the existing late prehistoric sequence for the interior Northern Yukon and to resolve some of the more specific issues regarding technology and typology that were raised by previous research in Cited by: 2.

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