Bones Don’t Lie (we just misinterpret them sometimes)

This looks like an interesting and information packed blog.  The site was created and is maintained by a Graduate Student at Michigan State.  I have only just begun to delve into her blog but I suggest you have a look and learn something morbid.

 

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About George Crawford

archaeologist, archer, primitive technologist, and wannabee fiddler...mostly
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3 Responses to Bones Don’t Lie (we just misinterpret them sometimes)

  1. Tony Boldurian says:

    Dear George,
    Getting back to you about the base map in Clovis Revisited (Boldurian and Cotter 1999), in searching my files I have been unable, thus far, to locate the actual reference. I am thinking the map may appear in one of Jack Hofman’s articles. I promise to look harder during my semester break and will keep you posted.

    I am wondering if you would kindly consider posting in the BWD Bib a new entry:
    Boldurian, A.T. and J.D. McKeel
    2011 A Cumberland Preform: Implications for Paleoindian Lithic Technology.
    North American Archaeologist 32(2):97-129.

    Thanks for your consideration.

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