The Southeast

  • Mary R. Haas


It is a commonplace of anthropological literature that the greatest diversity of aboriginal North America was that found in the California-Oregon area.1 But we know this largely because of the relative recency of contact, since the northern part of the area was little affected by the inroads of European civilization until around the middle of the nineteenth century while the southern part was similarly unaffected until the latter part of the eighteenth century.


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