|Series||National Museum of Man Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper Mercury Series -- 67|
Harder Site Ian G. Dyck Published by University of Ottawa Press Dyck, Ian G. Harder Site: A Middle Period Bison Hunters’ Campsite in the Northern Great Plains. The Plains bison (Bison bison bison) is one of two subspecies/ecotypes of the American bison, the other being the wood bison (B. b. athabascae). A natural population of Plains bison survives in Yellowstone National Park (the Yellowstone Park bison herd consisting of about 3, bison) and multiple smaller reintroduced herds of bison in many places within America's Great Plains as well as Family: Bovidae. The Harder site: a Middle Period bison hunter's campsite in the northern Great Plains. Ottawa: Archaeological Survey of Canada, Dyck, Ian G., Stephen Andrew Wolfe, AE Aitken, and Ernest Gordon Walker. Holocene geomorphology, archaeology, and environmental change in south-central Saskatchewan. Saskatoon: Geological Association of Canada. The Great Plains Bison would like to everyone a Safe & Happy Thanksgiving!!! Great Plains Bison. November 19 at PM · Attention!!! ALL Tribal Basketball players!!! Get your teams in n come enjoy a great weekend of basketball, "Guaranteed" prize money along with some great individual eduevazquez.comers:
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What are your timelines for starting and what rivers or other flood plains would have historical significance? The Harder site [microforme]: a Middle Period bison hunters' campsite in the. Aug 16, · "[Great Plains Bison] is a story of the bison's relationship to the prairie ecosystem and the humans who have lived there. Told in a linear fashion, it covers the arc of bison history from nomadic Asian hunters who pursued the modern bison's larger and slower ancestors across the Bering Land Bridge, to bison's symbiotic relationship with Native Americans and the ultimate decimation of both /5(10). Bison play an enormous role in shaping the ecology of the Northern Great Plains, impacting everything from plants to pronghorn. Explore their influence and what WWF, tribal partners, and national parks are doing to help protect this vital species. The Harder Site; A Middle Period Bison Hunters' Campsite in the Northern Great Plains, Archeological Survey of Canada Paper No. 67, National Museum of Man, Ottawa. Google Scholar Epp, H. T. ().Cited by: