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Carnegie Institution of Washington, Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin, No. Government Printing Office, Heizer, and Robert J. Robert Woods Bliss Collection,” by S. Foshag, and Joy Mahler; Fig. Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Late Precambrian Lava Flows.
This map of the location of the copper-bearing formations of the Lake Superior Basin was sketched by Professor F. Turneaure of the Department of Geology of the University of Michigan. We annotated the map of the data was then placed on it by A. Petrucci, graduate assistant in the Geography Department, who also prepared maps 2 and 5.
Griffin, map 3, pg. The University of Michigan, Distribution of some of the Indian groups of the early historic period about This map is a compromise between the strict historical reality, the research design of this paper, and available space on a single map. It has been compiled from several sources. The Assiniboin, Yankton, and Santee represent the forest and prairie Sioux of Minnesota-Manitoba; the Winnebago, another Siouan-speaking group, located.
Griffin, map 2, pg.
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Distribution of Old Copper Spec. This map showing the distribution of old copper specimens is somewhat arbitrary in its boundary line. For example, there are known copper specimens in central New York which have not been included. There are also some copper artifacts in the Southeast in Late Archaic sites, which were, apparently, traded into that area.
We are particularly indebted to Mrs. Grant of Winnipeg, Mani.
Griffin, map 5, pg. Similar chart found in: Report of the Sixth International Congress on Quaternary, vol. IV, Archaeological and Anthropological section; pp. New York Academy of Science, These maps are not designed to show exact boundaries of Southwest culture groups.
Their purpose is to indicate the approximate extent of each group at two hundred years intervals; the interfingering and overlap of each; and the expansion and contractions of occupations. The Society of American Archaeology, Southwest US at AD. Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, Vol. Celts, bark scrapers, etc. Holdings too many results to sort Results Pages results.
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