From Molecules to Clay Pot Cooking at the Archaic-Woodland Transition: A Glimpse from Two Sites in the Middle St. Lawrence Valley, QC

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From Molecules to Clay Pot Cooking at the Archaic-Woodland Transition: A Glimpse from Two Sites in the Middle St. Lawrence Valley, QC. / Tache, Karine; Burke, Adrian; Craig, Oliver.

In: Canadian Journal of Archaeology, Vol. 41, No. 2, 2017.

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Tache, K, Burke, A & Craig, O 2017, 'From Molecules to Clay Pot Cooking at the Archaic-Woodland Transition: A Glimpse from Two Sites in the Middle St. Lawrence Valley, QC', Canadian Journal of Archaeology, vol. 41, no. 2. <https://canadianarchaeology.com/caa/publications/canadian-journal-archaeology/41/2>

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Tache, K., Burke, A., & Craig, O. (2017). From Molecules to Clay Pot Cooking at the Archaic-Woodland Transition: A Glimpse from Two Sites in the Middle St. Lawrence Valley, QC. Canadian Journal of Archaeology, 41(2). https://canadianarchaeology.com/caa/publications/canadian-journal-archaeology/41/2

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Tache K, Burke A, Craig O. From Molecules to Clay Pot Cooking at the Archaic-Woodland Transition: A Glimpse from Two Sites in the Middle St. Lawrence Valley, QC. Canadian Journal of Archaeology. 2017;41(2).

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Tache, Karine ; Burke, Adrian ; Craig, Oliver. / From Molecules to Clay Pot Cooking at the Archaic-Woodland Transition: A Glimpse from Two Sites in the Middle St. Lawrence Valley, QC. In: Canadian Journal of Archaeology. 2017 ; Vol. 41, No. 2.

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