A bioarchaeological study of prehistoric human, faunal, and cultural remains from Wilson Cove

Irish, Joel D.; Davis, Stanley D.
September 1993
Arctic Anthropology;1993, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p103
Academic Journal
Describes archaeological findings excavated from Wilson Cove, Admiralty Island, Alaska. Bone and stone artifacts; Marine and terrestrial faunal remains; Excavation process; Laboratory analysis; Analysis of the human remains.


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