The Prehistory of the Burnt Bluff Area

James E. Fitting, ed.

The Burnt Bluff area is an archaeological site in Delta County in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. There are hundreds of caves and rock paintings along the cliffs on the southern end of the Garden Peninsula, which reaches southwest into Lake Michigan from the mainland. This report describes the results of archaeological research there in 1963 and 1965. Contributions by James E. Fitting, Charles E. Cleland, G. Richard Peske, Donald E. Janzen, Earl J. Prahl, W. R. Farrand, Douglas W. Lugthart, and Volney H. Jones.

Order from the University of Michigan Press.

Publisher: Museum of Anthropology

Year of Publication: 1968

Location: Ann Arbor, MI

Pages: 140

Price: $7.50

Print ISBN: 978-1-949098-13-6

Ebook ISBN: 978-1-951519-36-0

Series / Number: Anthropological Papers No. 34

Tables / Illustrations: 50+ b&w figures, tables, and photographs


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