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Lecture 28 – Northwest Coast- Pacific Period
Lecture 28 – Northwest Coast- Pacific Period

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School
Western University
Department
Anthropology
Course
Anthropology 2231F/G
Professor
Christopher Ellis
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 28Northwest Coast Pacific Period Pacific Period 4400 BC1775 AD Distinctive cultures starting to evolve into their modern formsEarly Pacific 44001800 BC o Rainforest sealevel and salmon stabilization o Houses shell middens burialsShell middens preserved artifacts ecofacts and other organic goodsShells act a neutralizer in the acidic soilsBurials preserved wello Specialized mammal huntingSpecialized marine and river mammal huntingAdapting to marine resources instead of land mammals o Adzes shell and groundstone hammers o Charles Culture30005000 BP Central CoastGlenrose Sitefirst to have artifacts uniqu
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