Douglas H. MacDonald, William Andrefsky Jr., and Pei-Lin Yu
Lithics in the West seeks to link the rich archaeological lithic data base from the western United States with some of the contemporary theoretical and analytical approaches used in global settings in stone tool and debitage analysis today. The book highlights the role that lithic analysis (in all its forms) plays in solving research problems in the prehistory of western North America. The book covers important archaeological sites and projects in Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Colorado, and Washington.
Contributors include William Andrefsky, Jr., Robert Kelly, Nicole Waguespack, Pei-Lin Yu, Doug MacDonald, Robert Brunswig, Scott Carpenter, Jackie Cook, David Diggs, Philip Fisher, Katie Harris, Brian Ostahowski, Mary Prasciunas, Ken Reid, and Todd Surovell.