Review by Lawrence Straus:
Survival by Hunting: Prehistoric Human Predators and Animal Prey. George C. Frison. xx + 266 pp. University of California Press, 2004. $34.95.
George Frison is an original of American archaeology, a towering figure in the field of Plains prehistory. His fascinating and instructive new book, Survival by Hunting, is part personal memoir, part overview of Paleoindian adaptations, and part guide to the hunting of Pleistocene and Holocene mammals on the High Plains and in the Rocky Mountains ... American Scientist Online