Early Northwest Coast

Pebble Tool Tradition
  • Peter N. Peregrine


relative time period: Follows the Late Paleo-Indian tradition in the region, precedes the Middle Northwest Coast tradition


Marine Mammal National Museum Anadromous Fish Northwest Coast Projectile Point 
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Suggested Readings

  1. Borden Charles (1975). Origins and Development of Early Northwest Coast Culture to about 3000 B.C Mercury Series 45. Ottawa:National Museum of Man.Google Scholar
  2. Carlson, Catherine (1979). “The Early Component at Bear Cove.” Canadian Journal of Archaeology 3: 177–194.Google Scholar
  3. Carlson, Roy (1990). “Cultural Antecedents.” In Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 7: Northwest Coast, ed. W. Suttles. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, 60–69.Google Scholar
  4. Carlson, Roy, and Luke Dalla Bona, eds. (1996). Early Human Occupation in British Columbia. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.Google Scholar
  5. Fladmark, Knut (1990). Prehistory of British Columbia. Ottawa: National Museum of Man.Google Scholar
  6. Matson, R. G. (1976). The Glenrose Cannery Site. Mercury Series 52. Ottawa: National Museum of Man.Google Scholar
  7. Matson, R. G., and G. Coupland (1995). Prehistory of the Northwest Coast. San Deigo: Academic Press.Google Scholar

Copyright information

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Peter N. Peregrine
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  1. 1.Department of AnthropologyLawrence UniversityAppletonUSA

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