Deerskins and Hunting Territories: Competition for a Scarce Resource of the Northeastern Woodlands

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Abstract

It is argued that conflict and the need for defense arose in the Late Woodland Stage of the Northeast and Ontario in response to competition for a vital resource, deer hides. Furthermore, the distribution of populations and the size of hunting territories can be directly linked to sustained yields of this scarce good.

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  • Richard Michael Gramly

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