When worlds collide : hunter-gatherer world-system change in the nineteenth-century Canadian Arctic /
"Interactions between societies are among the most powerful forces in human history. However, because they are difficult to reconstruct from archaeological data, they have often been overlooked and understudied by archaeologists. This is particularly true for hunter-gatherer societies, which are fre...
|Main Author:||Friesen, T. Max, 1961-|
University of Arizona Press,
Archaeology of colonialism in native North America.