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Mark was shocked to discover human skeletal remains eroding out of a riverbank in western Montana. Little did he realize his connection to them. Time has a way of coming around full circle. Read More

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"The kind of book I would bury myself in and read until I fell asleep!" Read More

For those wishing to understand the emerging field of molecular anthropology, and how it applies to the early history of North America, this is a great introductory text. Read More
In this eagerly awaited book, the cultural anthropologist Peter N. Jones brings fifteen years and over twenty-five projects to bear on one of the more controversial questions in contemporary American anthropology and American Indian studies. Are contemporary American Indian tribes of the American West culturally affiliated with the people who… Read More
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