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The Hummingbird Creek archaeological site : an ancient hunting camp in Alberta's central Rockies, Canada
This thesis focuses on the significance of the Hummingbird Creek site (FaPx-1), a pre-contact archaeological site occupied between ~2,500 to 1,000 years ago, in the Alberta Rocky Mountains. This site yielded approximately 1,400 stone artifacts, including throwing spear (atlatl) projectile points, hide scrapers, expedient knives and production debris. I use geochemical (Portable X-Ray Fluorescence, pXRF) and mineralogical (Raman Spectroscopy) analytical methods on artifacts and source samples. Idoi:10.14288/1.0365751 fatcat:4i4s6swegracpjum7cgjijuyaq