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  Oct 20, 2017
 
 
    
2015-16 Northeastern State University Graduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

ANTH 4153 - Archeology of North America #

3 Credit Hours
The archeology of native North America, with emphasis on major phases of prehistory, from passage across the Bering Strait to early protohistoric horizons. Emphasis on material culture and life ways through ethnographic analogy. The course begins with the history of American archeology. Topics include: introduction to archeology; history of North American archeology; Paleo-Indians; the Archaic period; the Southwest; and Woodland traditions.
Cross-listed: AIS 4153, SOC 4153.
Note: Credit can only be earned in one of the following: AIS 4153, ANTH 4153, SOC 4153.