Zooarchaeology in British Columbia (Part 2)
This article is an abridged version of "Zooarchaeology in BC" published in BC Studies no.99, Autumn 1993, p.77-105.
This is the second of two parts with Part 1 published in Canadian Zooarchaeology in the Spring 1995 issue (#7).
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