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Decision Making by Ancient Hunters. in southern New Mexico.
Decision Making by Ancient Hunters. Speth uses and refines "nutritional utility analysis" to explain the Garnsey bison kill site. His findings show that the prehistoric hunters were highly selective and. efficient, discarding only those parts that were of least nutritional.
Analysis of certain prehistoric bison kills in the Texas Panhandle and . Taphonomy and archaeology of a Cody Complex bison kill in Colorado. Bison Kills and Bone Counts: Decision Making by Ancient Hunters. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Analysis of certain prehistoric bison kills in the Texas Panhandle and adjacent areas. Unpublished Master’s thesis, University of Arkansas. Unpublished manuscript on file at the Smithsonian Institution. Moss, . in collaboration with: K. Bryan, G. W. Holmes. Speth, J. and W. J. Parry.
Bison kills and bone counts: Decision making by ancient hunters. Paleoanthropology and archaeology of big-game hunting. Farmers as hunters: The implications of sedentism, 71-79, 1989. University of Chicago Press, 1983.
The late prehistoric hunters of bison in what would become the plains of the United States typically slaughtered the cows, and left the remains of bulls behind, hunting in the fall and winter. Published 1983 by University of Chicago Press in Chicago Includes index. Prehistoric archeology and ecology. Published 1983 by University of Chicago Press in Chicago. Food, Animal remains (Archaeology), Indians of North America, Internet Archive Wishlist, Tierknochenfund, Chasse, Bison, Antiquities. New Mexico, New Southwest.