Explores the many questions that still surround the Pleistocene cultures of 12,000 years ago and the adaptations of these early civilisations to the last great ice age, covering issues such as the time of arrival of the first Americans, adaptation to various environments, and the use by early people of high-altitude sites.
Jane S. Day is a curator ermerita and was a specialist in Mesoamerican archaeology at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.
Release date NZ
January 1st, 1992
Edited by Dennis J. Stanford
Edited by Jane Stevenson Day
Country of Publication
University Press of Colorado
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