Skip to main content Skip to navigation
Connecting curious minds with uncommon, undeniably Northwest reads

The Archaeology of the Bobtail Wolf Site

Folsom Occupation of the Knife River Flint Quarry Area, North Dakota

Edited by Matthew J. Root

$50.00

Analyses of the stratigraphy, stone tools and debitage, faunal remains, and the spatial patterning of artifacts recovered from one of the largest assemblages of Folsom site artifacts provide important new data on the patterns of early Paleoindian tool-stone procurement, tool manufacture, and group mobility on the Great Plains at the end of the Pleistocene epoch.

Clear
SKU/ISBN: 978-0-87422-240-1 Category:

Description

Excavations here have recovered one of the largest assemblages of artifacts known for a Folsom site. Individual contributors present their analyses of the stratigraphy, stone tools and debitage, faunal remains, and the spatial patterning of artifacts recovered at the site. The study provides important new data on the patterns of early Paleoindian tool-stone procurement, tool manufacture, and group mobility on the Great Plains at the end of the Pleistocene epoch.

Illustrations / photographs / maps / references / 408 pages (2001)

Additional information

Weight 2.41 oz
Dimensions 11 x 8.5 in
Format

Paperback