Biological relationships of southern Ontario woodland peoplesthe evidence of discontinuous cranial morphology
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National Museums of Canada , Ottawa
Indians of North America -- Craniology -- Ontario., Iroquois Indians -- Craniology., Indians of North America -- Ontario -- Antiquities., Ontario -- Antiqui
|Statement||Joseph Eldon Molto.|
|Series||Paper / Archaeological Survey of Canada,, no. 117 =, Dossier / Commission archéologique du Canada ;, no. 117, Mercury series / National Museum of Man,, Collection mercure / Musée national de l"homme, Paper (Archaeological Survey of Canada) ;, no. 117., Mercury series.|
|LC Classifications||E78.O5 M64 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 396 p. :|
|LC Control Number||85222058|
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Book Description: A synthesis of biological relationships during the Woodland period of southern Ontario prehistory is presented.
The database consists of a battery of discontinuous nonmetric cranial traits which is used to compute C.A.B. Smith’s Mean Measure of Divergence (MMD) between 17 large (N>20 crania) Woodland samples.
A synthesis of biological relationships during the Woodland period of southern Ontario prehistory is presented. The database consists of a battery of discontinuous nonmetric cranial traits which is used to compute C.A.B. Smith’s Mean Measure of Divergence (MMD) between 17. Get this from a library.
Biological relationships of southern Ontario woodland peoples: the evidence of discontinuous cranial morphology. [J E Molto]. 3 Origins and Relationships of Woodland Peoples: The Evidence of Cranial Morphology N.
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