Archaeology Press

A NEW BOOK: Toolstone Geography of the Pacific Northwest 
Edited by Terry L. Ozbun and Ron L. Adams, Toolstone Geography of the Pacific Northwest is now available from Archaeology Press. The 242 page soft-cover book contains 15 chapters by well-known and respected authors presenting new and intriguing revelations about toolstones in British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and northern California.  Each chapter examines lithic raw material sources, the uses and distribution of the toolstones quarried from them, and the archaeological or anthropological inferences that studies of toolstone geography provide. Price: $55 plus $15 shipping.

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Toolstone Geography of the Pacific Northwest 

The Zhokhov Island Site and Ancient Habitation in the Arctic: A Mesolithic Wet Site in the Arctic Ocean

Huu7ii: Household Archaeology at a Nuu-chah-nulth Village Site in Barkley Sound

Archaeology, the Paleolithic of Northeast Asia, a Non-Tropical Origin for Humanity, and the Earliest Stages of the Settlement of America

Projectile Point Sequences in Northwestern North America

Origin and Spread of Microblade Technology in Northern Asia and North America