By Thomas Biolsi
This spouse is produced from 27 unique contributions by way of major students within the box and summarizes the country of anthropological wisdom of Indian peoples, in addition to the background that acquired us to date.
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E. ’’ In Foraging and Farming: The Evolution of Plant Exploitation, ed. D. R. Harris and G. C. Hillman, pp. 55–78. London: Unwin Hyman. CHAPTER 2 Historical Demography Russell Thornton The Native American population of North America declined following European contact and colonialism. How much decline is debated, since estimates of aboriginal population size for North America vary widely. The classic estimate of aboriginal population size for this area is by James Mooney. Early in the 20th century, he estimated individual Native American tribal populations, summed them by regions, and then totaled the regions to arrive at an estimate of 1,152,000 for North America north of the Rio Grande River at first (extensive) European contact (see Mooney, 1928).
Salmon are anadramous; they are born in fresh water, migrate downstream to the sea where they grow to adulthood, and then return to their natal freshwater stream to spawn – to lay and fertilize their eggs. Pacific salmon, unlike Atlantic salmon, die upon spawning. The return trips are called ‘‘runs’’ and salmon ran up the Northwest’s rivers in millions. , Drucker and Heizer, 1967). One crucial trend since the 1960s has been the increasing recognition that there is no ‘‘typical’’ Northwest Coast environment; there is not a single ‘‘environment’’ but a complex web of habitats or patches which are the result of the interplay among what we might label the ‘‘environment’’ and human social and economic organization.
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