No 187

These Outer Shores: Autumn 2015

These Outer Shores: Archaeological Insights into Indigenous Lifeways Along the Exposed Coasts of British Columbia

Table of Contents

In This Issue

Investigating Indigenous Adaptations to British Columbia’s Exposed Outer Coast
 
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Articles

An Ethnozooarchaeological Study of Land Otters and People at Kit’n’kaboodle (49-DIX-46), Dall Island, Alaska
Madonna L. Moss
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Holocene Settlement History of the Dundas Islands Archipelago, Northern British Columbia
Bryn Letham, Andrew Martindale, Duncan McLaren, Thomas Brown, Kenneth M. Ames, David J.W. Archer, Susan Marsden
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Zooarchaeological and Isotopic Insights into Locally Variable Economic Patterns: A Case Study from Late Holocene Southern Haida Gwaii, British Columbia
Trevor J. Orchard, Paul Szpak
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Charles R Menzies
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Prerogatives, Sea Level, and the Strength of Persistent Places: Archaeological Evidence for Long-Term Occupation of the Central Coast of British Columbia
Duncan McLaren, Farid Rahemtulla, Gitla (Elroy White), Daryl Fedje
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Indigenous Oral History and Settlement Archaeology in Barkley Sound, Western Vancouver Island
Iain McKechnie
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Whales and Whalers in Nuu-chah-nulth Archaeology
Alan D. McMillan
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Environmental and Cultural Contexts of Paleoshoreline Sites on the Northwestern Olympic Peninsula of Washington State
Gary C. Wessen, David R. Huelsbeck
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Photo Essay

Erik A. Moore, Rebecca Toov
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Reviews, Bibliography of BC, and Contributors

Contributors
 
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