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Schoenberg ({{Cite|SchoenbergKM-1995|1995}}) argues that the [[Brooks Range Tradition]] (''circa'' [[Date BP Start Is::8000]]-[[Date BP End Is::6000]] BP) separates the [[Paleoarctic Tradition]] and the [[Northern Archaic Tradition]]. Technological elements of both the preceding and following traditions, including flaked [[burin|burins]] and [[microblade|microblades]] in the former and side-notched [[bifacial]] [[projectile point|points]] in the latter, are found in varying proportions in [[Brooks Range Tradition]] sites.
 
Schoenberg ({{Cite|SchoenbergKM-1995|1995}}) argues that the [[Brooks Range Tradition]] (''circa'' [[Date BP Start Is::8000]]-[[Date BP End Is::6000]] BP) separates the [[Paleoarctic Tradition]] and the [[Northern Archaic Tradition]]. Technological elements of both the preceding and following traditions, including flaked [[burin|burins]] and [[microblade|microblades]] in the former and side-notched [[bifacial]] [[projectile point|points]] in the latter, are found in varying proportions in [[Brooks Range Tradition]] sites.
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Formerly, this period was considered a hiatus for human occupation in the Brooks Range region (Anderson 1968, 1984; Henn 1978).

Schoenberg (1995) argues that the Brooks Range Tradition (circa 8000-6000 BP) separates the Paleoarctic Tradition and the Northern Archaic Tradition. Technological elements of both the preceding and following traditions, including flaked burins and microblades in the former and side-notched bifacial points in the latter, are found in varying proportions in Brooks Range Tradition sites.

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