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Human inhabitants encountered a series of changing environments at the end of the most recent ice age in northern New England. We present our current understanding of the context of colonization of this area by a diversity of human groups some time between 13,000 B.P. and 11,000 B.P., based on archeological evidence and on geological and biological evidence synthesized by Davis and Jacobson (1985).

As the Champlain Sea separated the main body of Laurentide ice from the ice cover of northern New England and the Canadian Maritimes about 13,000 B.P., plants and animals began to invade land surfaces exposed by...

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