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Abstract: Professor Dumond’s research on the Alaska Peninsula provided information that prior to 1,000 years ago people of both sides of the Alaska Peninsula shared material culture and exhibited subsistence interests that persisted into historic times, During the Late Precontact Era (ca. 1100...
Abstract: The existing corpus of data on radiocarbon dates for Holocene sites in Northeastern Siberia was used as proxy to reconstruct the chronology of human occupation of the region. The problem of reservoir age correction in the Bering Sea region complicated this task and this issue needs to...
Abstract: This paper focuses on Don Dumond’s contributions over the last four decades to the literature on the peopling of America, and examines how archaeological site discoveries and cultural chronologies have changed during this time period. In the 1960s, there were only three early...
Abstract: This account is a brief, non-academic review of the author’s career, launched under the guidance of Don Dumond (DD). The paper explores some “windows” of his life that may not be familiar to many. A lot of this is personal narrative, but the paper finishes with some reflections on DD’s...
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