Archaeology of Minnesota: The Prehistory of the Upper Mississippi River Region
By: Guy Gibbon
"Guy Gibbon constructs a multifaceted story of precontact Minnesota from thousands of archaeological discoveries. Carefully interweaving crucial environmental variables with dynamic cultural procelles, the character of indigenous lifeways found throughout the state over the past 13,000 years emerges. Archaeology of Minnesota offers both an admirable chronicle of the state's deep history as well as a compelling case of why understanding the archaeological past matters."- Lynn M. Alex, University of Iowa, Office of the State Archaeologist
"In Archaeology of Minnesota, Guy Gibbon chronicles tge 13,000 years prehistoric record in the state. Much more than just dates, artifact lists, and site summaries, Gibbon Presents Minnesota archaeology in a hightly readaboe and informative manner that is both stimulating and challenging. This tour de force on Minnesota's past was long awaited, and Gibbon, whose record of scholarship and familiarity with Minnesota archaeology is well known, does not disappoint."- Joseph A. Tiffany, Mississippi Wally Archaeology Center, University of Wisconsin La Crosse
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