Owing to the vagaries of preservation and other factors, relatively little Paleoindian zooarchaeological material has been recovered in the Upper Midwest. This picture has changed in recent years, with the recovery of small but significant faunal assemblages from a number of Late Paleoindian sites in Wisconsin. Detailed analysis of three Lake Poygan phase site assemblages adds to this growing database and reinforces interpretation of a generalized foraging adaptive strategy.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Journal||Illinois Archaeology: Journal of the Illinois Archaeology Survey|
|State||Published - 2012|