Chronology to Cultural Process: Lower Great Lakes Archaeology, 1500-1650 Pt. 1 & 2

Chronology to Cultural Process: Lower Great Lakes Archaeology, 1500-1650 Pt. 1 & 2

FITZGERALD, William R.

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  • Publisher: Dissertation Information Service
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  • Date Published: 1993
  • Place Published: Ann Arbor
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    2 vols.: 251; 252-629 p., one-sided. 28 cm. 92 figures, 74 tables. Blue card covers with white typed labels. Front endpapers stamped by previous owner. Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of doctor of philosophy in the Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, McGill University, Montreal, July 1990. Suggestions for establishing the chronology, implementing the chronology, prospects for future research. Includes: chronological formulation for 16th and 17th century eastern North America; evidence for the appearance and quantitative increase of European goods during the 16th century; glass beads as sensitive temporal indictors; Neutral Iroquoian political organization; stylistic and quantitative trends of European material culture; stages in the appearance of foreign commodities around the lower Great Lakes; aligning regional chronologies.