qLocated a short distance upstream from where the Hoko River discharges into the Straight of Juan de Fuca, the Hoko Rockshelter site is one of the first , and the largest, intensively investigated rockshelter habitation sites along the Northwest Coast of North America. A classic coastal shell midden located within the confines of a rockshelter, it afforded a rare opportunity to examine changes in the arrangement of cultural living space over time. The site was excavated with the intention of recording a highly detailed and continuous depositional sequence. To help better understand and learn from cultural evolution, site researchers utilized computers to create models of cultural processesq.The Rockshelter (45CA21), 1, 000-100 B.P., Olympic Peninsula, Washington Dale R. Croes. Dewhirst, John 1979 An ... Dougenik, J.S. and D.E. Sheehan 1975 SYMAP usera#39;s manual. Harvard ... 1989 Ozette Lithic Analysis (with introduction by ... 1965 Cultures of the north Pacific coast. ... Everitt, R.D., C.H. Fiscus, and R.L. DeLong 1979 Marine mammals of Northern Puget Sound and the Strait of Juan de ... National Museum of Man, Archeological Survey of Canada, Mercury Series 43.
|Title||:||The Hoko River Archaeological Site Complex|
|Author||:||Dale R. Croes|