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The PaleoIndian-Archaic Transition in Northeastern Minnesota.

Mulholland, Susan and Jennifer E. Jones.

The nature of the Paleoindian-Archaic transition, which occurred roughly 6,000 to 8,000 years ago, is of particular interest to students of archaeology because the different models of the transition have been proposed for different geographical areas of the United States. Minnesota in general, and Northeastern Minnesota in particular, are located between the two major areas. This project focused on two archaelogical sites that span the transition: Knife Lake on the U.S.-Canadian border, and Flat Horn Lake west of Isabella, Minnesota.

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Duluth: Center for Community and Regional Research (CCRR).
Funded in part by the Center for Community and Regional Research (CCRR) at the University of Minnesota at Duluth through a grant from the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA), University of Minnesota.
21 pp.
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