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The Living Museum, Vol. 41, No. 1 (Winter 1978-1979)

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The Living Museum, Vol. 41, No. 1 (Winter 1978-1979)

Publisher: Illinois State Museum
Copyright: Winter 1978-1979
Pages: 14
Condition: Good
Genres: Sciences, Periodicals, Catalogs, and Journals

Spine very slightly worn. Front and back covers slightly staining, scratched, and toning. There is some writing in pen on the front ("Interesting issue") and on the back is an address label. Interior pages are very slightly toning on the edges due to age, but otherwise they are very clean and in good condition.

This magazine was published by the Illinois State Museum. The majority of the articles inside deal with North American prehistory: "Ancient Glaciers in Illinois," "The Ice-Free Corridor: A Prehistoric Pathway," "Elephant Hunters in North America: New Thoughts on an Ancient Activity," and "Beads: Upper Great Lakes Indians." There is also another article on bird migration titled "Overmigration: A Method of Range Expansion?" There are black and white photos and images throughout.

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