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The Archaeology of the Historic Period in the Western Great Lakes Region
George Irving Quimby
"This slim book is buried treasure. . . . Mr. Quimby does what very few archaeologists can do. He makes artifacts vivid. And he makes the people who used them come alive."Island Seas
In an absorbing account of the archaeology and culture of Indian tribes in the Great Lakes region from 1600 to 1820, George Quimby recounts the results of decades of careful study of archaeological sites in this 1966 classic.
George Irving Quimby (19132003) had a long and distinguished career as professor of anthropology and curator of ethnology at the Burke Museum at the University of Washington and as curator of archaeology and ethnology at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago.
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232 pp. 33 figs.
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