Portland State University. Department of Anthropology
M. Ann Bennett
Date of Publication
Master of Arts (M.A.) in Anthropology
Indians of North America -- Klamath River Valley (Or. and Calif.) -- Antiquities, Klamath Valley -- Antiquities, Oregon -- Antiquities
1 online resource (192 p.)
A study was conducted in the Upper Klamath Basin, south-central Oregon, to test Luther s. Cressman' s hypothesis characterizing prehistoric Klamath Basin culture as having, from an early date, a marsh/riverine subsistence focus with long-term stability and a slow rate of internal change emphasizing intensification of the existing marsh/riverine utilization pattern. A subsistence/ settlement pattern model was developed to predict aboriginal site occurrence in the upper Klamath Basin.
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Philipek, Frances Marie, "Post-Mazama aboriginal settlement/subsistence patterns : Upper Klamath Basin, Oregon" (1982). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3227.