Biesterfeldt: a post-contact coalescent site on the northeastern plains [by] W. Raymond Wood.

Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press; [for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] 1971.

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Subjects Anthropologie.
Antropología cultural -- Estados Unidos.
Archaeology -- United States.
Biesterfeldt (Dak. du N. : Site archéologique)
Biesterfeldt Site (N.D.)
Dakota du Nord (États-Unis) -- Antiquités.
Indians, North American -- United States -- History.
North Dakota -- Antiquities.
North Dakota -- Biesterfeldt Site.
North Dakota.
Series Smithsonian contributions to anthropology ; no. 15.
Description xiv, 108 pages illustrations, maps 30 cm.
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 72-75).
Summary "Biesterfeldt is a fortified village of about sixty earth lodges on the Sheyenne River in eastern North Dakota. A large central earth lodge faces a central plaza, with dwellings randomly set elsewhere in the village. ... The site is dated about 1750 to 1790, when trade goods had displaced many native tools of bone and stone. In the thirty years since W.D. Strong dug the site, new data have accumulated which require revisions in the interpretation of the Biesterfeldt component: the artifact complex conforms to that of Post-Contact Coalescent sites of the Plains Village pattern in the Missouri River trench to the west."--Abstract page volume.
Geographic Area North Dakota
Network Numbers (OCoLC)211784
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Wood, W. Raymond.
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