Household archaeology at the Bridge River site (EeR14), British Columbia : spatial distributions of features, lithic artifacts, and faunal remains on 15 anthropogenic floors from housepit 54 /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Prentiss, Anna Marie (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Salt Lake City : University of Utah Press, [2022]
Online Access:Connect to the full text of this electronic book
Table of Contents:
  • Housepit floor formation processes, activity areas, and sociality : the record from Housepit 54
  • The final floor : stratum IIa
  • Final wealth-based distinctions : stratum IIb
  • Persistence during the second demographic trough : stratum IIc
  • Social complexity continues : stratum IId
  • The demographic peak and the emergence of social complexity : stratum IIe
  • A crowded house : stratum IIf
  • The collectivist house strategy : stratum IIg
  • The final communalist house : stratum IIh
  • Survival during the first demographic low : stratum IIi
  • Short winter occupation cycles : stratum IIj
  • Large scale storage and hints of a shorter winter cycle : stratum IIk
  • The first rectangular house : stratum IIl
  • The last small house : stratum IIm
  • The second small house : stratum IIn
  • Housepit 54 begins : stratum IIo.