Title

Prehistoric archaeology of the Maine coast has reconstructed ecological changes

Source

Island Journal

Date

1993

Volume Number

Volume 10

Pages

24

Abstract

Prehistoric archaeology of the Maine coast has reconstructed ecological changes and the relationship of early man to his environment. Shell heaps at 5000-year-old Indian sites and 800 A.D. wigwams from Allen Island show a continuity of Maine life largely uninterruped by European trading until the 1600s. Details; history of seventeenth-century Indian ethnic groups and wars. With seven related stories on the Gulf of Maine this issue.

Subjects

Gulf of Maine, Indians of Maine

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