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MESERVE POINTS: EVIDENCE OF A PLAINS-WARD EXTENSION OF THE DALTON HORIZON

Thomas P. Myers and Ray Lambert
Plains Anthropologist
Vol. 28, No. 100 (May 1983), pp. 109-114
Published by: Maney Publishing on behalf of the Plains Anthropological Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25668349
Page Count: 6
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MESERVE POINTS: EVIDENCE OF A PLAINS-WARD EXTENSION OF THE DALTON HORIZON
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Abstract

In a recent study of the Dalton horizon, Goodyear (1982) suggested that Meserve points were reworked from lanceolate forms and hence were not pertinent to the Dalton horizon. We believe that he is mistaken in this interpretation. In our view, Meserve points reflect the westernmost extension of the Dalton horizon. The early dates now assigned to that horizon force a reexamination of the role of Meserve peoples on the Plains.

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