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The prevalence and timing of enamel hypoplasia in the Bonobo, Pan paniscus [Coolidge, 1933]

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Date created: 
2003
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Thesis
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Theses (Dept. of Archaeology) / Simon Fraser University
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Thesis (M.A.)

Seated human figure bowls : an investigation of a prehistoric stone carving tradition from the Northwest Coast

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Date created: 
1996
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Thesis
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Theses (Dept. of Archaeology) / Simon Fraser University
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Thesis (M.A.)

The archaeology of the dead at Boundary Bay, British Columbia : a history and critical analysis

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Date created: 
1996
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Thesis
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Department: 
Theses (Dept. of Archaeology) / Simon Fraser University
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Thesis (M.A.)

Since Kwatyat lived on Earth : an examination of Nuu-chah-nulth culture history

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Date created: 
1996
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Thesis
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Department: 
Theses (Dept. of Archaeology) / Simon Fraser University
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Thesis (Ph.D.)

A study of Neandertal scapular shape with special reference to Kebara Mousterian Hominid 2

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Date created: 
1995
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Thesis
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Department: 
Theses (Dept. of Archaeology) / Simon Fraser University
Thesis type: 
Thesis (M.A.)

Kolo Velata : an analysis of west Polynesian fortifications

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Date created: 
1995
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Thesis
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Department: 
Theses (Dept. of Archaeology) / Simon Fraser University
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Thesis (M.A.)

The O'Keefe Ranch : an archaeological perspective

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Date created: 
1995
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Thesis
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Department: 
Theses (Dept. of Archaeology) / Simon Fraser University
Thesis type: 
Thesis (M.A.)

Late Dorset faunal remains from the Tasiarulik site, Little Cornwallis Island, Central High Arctic, Canada

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Date created: 
1995
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Thesis
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Department: 
Theses (Dept. of Archaeology) / Simon Fraser University
Thesis type: 
Thesis (M.A.)

An analysis of lithic debitage from the early period at Namu

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Date created: 
1995
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Thesis
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Department: 
Theses (Dept. of Archaeology) / Simon Fraser University
Thesis type: 
Thesis (M.A.)

Is there a dog in the house : the cultural significance of prehistoric domesticated dogs in the mid Fraser River region of British Columbia

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Date created: 
1994
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Thesis
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Department: 
Theses (Dept. of Archaeology) / Simon Fraser University
Thesis type: 
Thesis (M.A.)