Jordan Kerber's discussion of his trials, tribulations, and ultimate success in investigating the Lambert Farm site captures what real life archaeology in the late twentieth century is like. How to acquire, mobilize, and effectively use scarce resources is a key component in conducting modern research. Kerber demonstrates his resourcefulness while recognizing the vital role of the many volunteers that made his work so successful. In addition, he provides a fascinating review of the evidence for dogs in New World archaeology and prehistoric culture. The importance of "man's best friend" was critical to the economies, ideology, and the very survival of Native Americans, especially in North America.
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Book Description Wadsworth Publishing Co Inc, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0155051903