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Skeletal Biology of Archaic Populations of the Great Lakes Region

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Ten samples of skeletal material, from the archaeological sites of Morrison’s Island, Allumette Island, Hind, Cole, Picton, Frontenac Island, Oconto, Riverside, Osceola, and Reigh, are described and examined with regard to cremation techniques, pathological conditions, dental characteristics and population affinities. Apparent breeding isolates as well as population similarities covering great distances complicate the pattern of population interrelationships.

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