In the beginning every American Indian probably made his own axes
and bannerstones; however, as his material culture advanced, there
can be little doubt that those men of greater skills and patience
(probably elderly men) specialized in the manufacturing of axes,
bannerstones and other necessities and traded them to others for
food, furs, ornaments, etc.
An EXCELLENT book for both the professional
and amateur archaeologist.
- 60 pages
- 8 ½ x 11
- 86 pictures!