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Title Colonization of unfamiliar landscapes : the archaeology of adaptation / edited by Marcy Rockman and James Steele.

Published London ; New York : Routledge, 2003.

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 UniM Bail  930.1 COLO    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxiii, 248 pages : illustrations, diagram ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Age, and colonization of the Pacific, to the English colonists at Jamestown. The final chapters summarize the implications of the landscape learning idea for our understanding of human history and set out a framework for future research. Understanding initial colonization is essential to addressing questions of how and why we live where we do. This significant and wide-ranging collection of work moves the theme away from the chronological curiosities of firsts and oldests into a view in which it is a process with characteristics and lessons of its own.
Other author Rockman, Marcy, 1971-
Steele, James, 1960-
Subject Social archaeology.
Landscape archaeology.
Landscapes -- Social aspects -- History.
Land settlement -- History.
Colonization -- History.
Human beings -- Effect of environment on -- History.
Adaptation (Biology) -- History.
Adaptability (Psychology) -- History.
Ethnoarchaeology.
Archaeology and history.
ISBN 0415256062 (cloth)
0415256070 (paperback)