Prehistoric Trade and Exchange in the Interior Plateau of Northwestern North America

  • Jerry R. Galm
Part of the Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology book series (IDCA)

Abstract

Prehistoric exchange systems in the Interior Plateau of northwestern North America are examined in this chapter. Trade relationships between the Interior Plateau and adjacent coastal, Great Basin, and Plains regions are well documented at the time of Euro-American contact and provide a reference point for the study of prehistoric exchange systems (Griswold 1954; Ray 1933, 1939, 1942; Spinden 1908; Teit 1900, 1930; Thwaites 1969). Of the commodities included for trade during the ethnographic period, two materials, obsidian and marine shell, are remarkable for their appearance in archaeological sites extending into the prehistoric period. Indeed, these materials form the nucleus of all studies of prehistoric exchange in the Interior Plateau.

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Great Basin Projectile Point Public Archaeology Marine Shell Northern Plateau 
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  • Jerry R. Galm
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  1. 1.Department of Geography and AnthropologyEastern Washington UniversityCheneyUSA

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