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In this paper, the author approaches a dog burial in the same aspect humans treat their burials. With this, the author was able to uncover what the pathological life history of the dog was. The author was able to support their hypothesis that dogs in the Late-Woodland culture served the role of high relative importance and also as symbols of religious meaning.
Burke, Brendan, "ETHNOHISTORY AND PALEOPATHOLOGY OF A LATE WOODLAND DOG" (2003). Theses, Dissertations & Honors Papers. 200.