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Clovis: Origins and Adaptations

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Peopling of the Americas Publications - Edited Volume Series. This volume consists of papers presented in the Clovis Origins and Adaptations Symposium at the 1987 INQUA meetings held in Toronto, Canada with additional contributions by scholars working on related topics throughout the Western Hemisphere. These papers are organised in a north-south sequence, following the traditional ordering of the migration out of Northeast Asia into the American Arctic and southward to the tip of South America.344 pp including many illustrations and maps.The intact dust jacket is bumped and rubbed with several small tears ( no longer than 1/2") at the extremities but this does not affect the legibility of the printed matter. The corners of the blue boards are rubbed and bumped but the white lettering on the spine is still bright. Apart from a grubby mark on the bottom corner of the cut edge, the actual text and remaining cut edges are clean and unmarked. Weighs 1400g so will incur higher postal rate.

Item details

Author(s):
Bonnichsen,Robson and Turnmire, Karen L. - Editors.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
9 " x 11 1/4"
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
344
Publisher:
Center for the Study of the First Americans
Title:
Clovis: Origins and Adaptations

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Peopling of the Americas Publications - Edited Volume Series. This volume consists of papers presented in the Clovis Origins and Adaptations Symposium at the 1987 INQUA meetings held in Toronto, Canada with additional contributions by scholars working on related topics throughout the Western Hemisphere. These papers are organised in a north-south sequence, following the traditional ordering of the migration out of Northeast Asia into the American Arctic and southward to the tip of South America.344 pp including many illustrations and maps.The intact dust jacket is bumped and rubbed with several small tears ( no longer than 1/2") at the extremities but this does not affect the legibility of the printed matter. The corners of the blue boards are rubbed and bumped but the white lettering on the spine is still bright. Apart from a grubby mark on the bottom corner of the cut edge, the actual text and remaining cut edges are clean and unmarked. Weighs 1400g so will incur higher postal rate.

Author(s):
Bonnichsen,Robson and Turnmire, Karen L. - Editors.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
9 " x 11 1/4"
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
344
Publisher:
Center for the Study of the First Americans
Title:
Clovis: Origins and Adaptations

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