Alberta Archaeology

Alberta Archaeology

A Handbook for Amateurs

Book - 1968
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"Archaeologists from all parts of North America and many places in the world have suddenly become aware of Alberta. Geographically it forms the norther part of the Great Plains, and thus it becomes the connecting link between Asia and The Americas. For the past fifty years people have been finding Indian artifacts scattered across the surface of Alberta and Saskatchewan, yet it was not until 1935 that the first actual archaeological exploration was conducted in Alberta." -- Foreward.
Publisher: High River, Alberta : High River Times, 1968.
Copyright Date: Glenbow Foundation,, ©1968.
Characteristics: 140 pages :,black and white illustrations ;,22 cm.

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