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Published in Nebraska Anthropologist Vol. 14 (1997-1999). Copyright ©by the author; published by The University of Nebraska-Lincoln AnthroGroup.



01 Domestication of Dogs and Their Use on the Great Plains (Ruth Callahan)

12 Human Responses to Bison Nutritional Variability: An Illustration from the Central Plains (Chris Widga)

34 Winter Counts as Possible Precursors to Writing (Petra Eccarius)

39 Looted Archaeological Sites: Are They Worthy of Scientific Investigation?
(Michelle J. Lundeen)

47 On Two Eras of African Archaeology: Colonial and National (Clea Koff)

58 Factors Leading to the Uprisings at Wounded Knee in 1890 and 1973: The Other Story (Andrew Amiotte)

68 Starbucks vs. Equal Exchange: Assessing the Human Costs of Economic
Globalization (Lindsey M. Smith)

84 Monogamy vs. Polygyny in Rwanda: Round 1-The White Fathers, Round 2-
The 1994 Genocide (Clea Koff)

96 Tibetan Fraternal Polyandry: A Review of its Advantages and its Breakdown
(Jeff Willett)

108 Native Americans and Diabetes (Kristina K. Lee)

124 Human Mate Selection Based on Developmental Stability as Signaled Through Physical Attractiveness: An Assessment of the Traits Used to Determine Attractiveness and Evolutionary Mechanisms for their Development
(Erin Kimmerle)

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