The Arnapik and Tyara sites; an archaeological study of Dorset culture origins [by] William E. Taylor, Jr.

; National Museum of Canada
Salt Lake City [Society for American Archaeology] 1968.

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George Washington
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bound together
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Other Title American antiquity.
Other Authors National Museum of Canada.
Subjects Arnapik (Nunavut : Site archéologique)
Arnapik site.
Tyara (Nunavut : Site archéologique)
Tyara Site (Nunavut)
Series Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology ; no. 22.
Description xiii, 129 pages illustrations, maps 26 cm.
Copyright Date 1968.
Notes Based on the author's thesis, University of Michigan.
In cooperation with the National Museum of Canada, Ottawa.
Issued as American antiquity, volume 33, numbers 4, part 2, 1968.
With : Contributions of the Wetherill Mesa archeological project / Osborne, H. Douglas. Salt Lake City : Society for American Archaeology, 1965. Bound together subsequent to publication. DLC
Includes bibliographical references (pages 124-129).
Summary Report of study of nature and origins of prehistoric Dorset culture which occupied Canadian eastern Arctic and Greenland between 800 B.C. and 1300 A.D. Presents analysis of two northern Canadian archaeological sites, Arnapik on Mansel Island and Tyara on Sugluk Island.
Geographic Area Nunavut
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7923
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Taylor, William Ewart, 1927-
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