|Edition description:||New Edition|
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About the Author
Terry L. Jones is an archaeologist at California Polytechnic University, San Luis, Obispo. Kathryn A. Klar is a linguist at the University of California, Berkeley.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Archaeological Progress since 1984 Chapter 2 Late Pleistocene and Holocene Environments Chapter 3 Post-glacial Evolution of Coastal Environments Chapter 4 One if by Land, Two if by Sea: Who Were the First Californians? Chapter 5 Colonization Technologies: Fluted Projectile Points and the San Clemente Island Woodworking/Microblade Complex Chapter 6 Linguistic Prehistory Chapter 7 Northwest California: Ancient Lifeways Among Forested Mountains, Flowing Rivers, and Rocky Ocean Shores Chapter 8 Punctuated Culture Change in the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter 9 The Central Coast: A Mid-Latitude Milieu Chapter 10 The Central Valley: A View from the Catbird's Seat Chapter 11 Models Made of Glass: A Prehistory of Northeast California Chapter 12 The Sierra Nevada: Archaeology in the Range of Light Chapter 13 Prehistory of the Northern California Bight and the Adjacent Transverse Ranges Chapter 14 Prehistory of the Southern Bight: Models for a New Millennium Chapter 15 Advances in Understanding Mojave Desert Prehistory Chapter 16 The Colorado Desert: Ancient Adaptations to Wetlands and Wastelands Chapter 17 Prehistoric Material Conveyance Chapter 18 Rock Art in the Golden State: Pictographs and Petroglyphs, Portable and Panoramic Chapter 19 Prehistoric Mitochondrial DNA and Population Movements Chapter 20 Colonization, Culture and Complexity 21 References