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1 TUCK, James A. Canadian Journal of Archaeology, no. 6, 1982) Prehistoric Archaeology in Atlantic Canada since 1975
Department of Archaeology, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, 1982, 
TUCK, James A. "Prehistoric Archaeology in Atlantic Canada since 1975" . Anarticle in Canadian Journal of Archaeology, number 6, 1982, pp. 201-218. V ictoria: Department of Archaeology, University of Victoria, 1982. Pp. (2),1-233,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated cream card covers. Also includes: Peter Storck's "Palaeo-Indian Settlement Patterns Associated with the Strandline of Glacial Lake Algonquin in Southcentral Ontario", E. Bielawski's "Spatial Behaviour of Prehistoric Arctic Hunters: Analysis of the Site Distribution on Aston Bay, Somerset Island, NWT", George F. Macdonald's "An Overview of Canadian Prehistory for the Last Decade", Jerry Melbye's "Advances inthe Contribution of Physical Anthropology to Archaeology in Canada: the Pa st Decade", Robert McGhee's "The Past Ten Years in Canadian Arctic Prehistory", Donald Clark and Richard Morlan's "Western Subarctic Prehistory: Twenty Years Later", K.R. Fladmark's "An Introduction to the Prehistory of British Columbia", Richard Forbis's "One View of Plains Archaeology in Canada: the Past Decade", Wm. Noble's "Potsherds, Potlids and Politics: An Overview of Ontario Archaeology During the 1970s", and Norman Clermont's "Quebec Prehistory Goes Marching In". Lightly spotted, name, else vg. For the issue. 10.00

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