Late Sierra Nevada
Pacific Period California, Late Archaic of Oregon, Late Archaic California
Relative Time Period: Follows the Early Sierra Nevada tradition, precedes contact with Europeans or Euro-Americans, which varies between 400 b.p. and 150 b.p. depending on region.
KeywordsAnadromous Fish Family Wealth Late Archaic Shell Bead Manufacture Item
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