By WOLFGANG HABERLAND
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The link between Okvik I and the Arctic Small Tool Industry is a weak one, probably because of a gap in the archaeological record, which may be filled by the imperfectly known Battle Rock phase from Cape Krusenstern. This on one hand shows close connexions with the Denbigh Flint complex, while its art, on the other hand, which is characterized by straight, deeply incised lines, may constitute an early stage of Okvik I. By contrast there is little doubt that Okvik I represents a fully developed — — Human head of walrus ivory.
T he Co ast Salish-Chinook group aded tribe the_ joining the Wakash group to the south includes a number of smaller units besides the two eponymous tribes. The core of the southernmost group, in north-west California, is composed of the Karok, Yurok together with the Bella Coola, — and Hupa on the lower Klamath; various group. The central idea of this theory is lesser tribes complete this that the Northwest Coast dominated by a maritime culture that was very similar to that of the Eskimos with which it shared a common background.
11 00 to 1500 represents a continuation of the Punuk culture and at the same time initiates another phase of transition. The new influences came from the Western Thule phase, which flourished in Alaska from it were taken over new types of weapons for hunting sea mammals. But the way of life underwent no radical ; Thule-Punuk phase except that the art of engraving became sterile and slowly disappeared. d. 1500 a gradual shift to the historical phase of the St. Lawrence Island sequence took changes during this place.
North America by WOLFGANG HABERLAND