Figure
1: 
Comparative
element recovery patterns for Kennewick, waterrecovered remains,
reachdeposited remains, and canid scavenged remains

Figure
2: 
Ordination
of the first three canonical scores for Howells populations, using
the 52 primary variables

Figure
3: 
Ordination
of the first three principal component scores for Howells populations,
using the 52 primary variables

Figure
4: 
Ordination
of the first three canonical scores for Howells populations, using
45 variables

Figure
5: 
Ordination
of the first three principal component scores for Howells populations,
using 45 variables

Figure
6: 
Ordination
of the first three canonical scores for Hanihara populations, using
13 variables

Figure
7: 
Ordination
of the first three principal component scores for Hanihara populations,
using 13 variables

Figure
8: 
Ordination
of the first three canonical scores for Howells populations, using
33 unreconstructed variables

Figure
9: 
Ordination
of the first three principal component scores for Howells populations,
using 33 unreconstructed variables

Figure
10: 
Ordination
of the first three principal component scores for 7 odontometric
variables

Table
1: 
Mean observer
errors for the Kennewick cranial reconstruction

Table
2: 
Listing
of Howells Variable Sets used in craniometric analysis

Table
3: 
Bones showing
presence of animal gnaw marks, algae stain and red staining with
number showing the frequency of bones affected within the designated
group

Table
4: 
Maximum difference
in frequency distributions and twotailed probabilities for KomolgorovSmirnoff
comparisons

Table
5: 
Stature estimates
based on maximum lengths of upper arm elements

Table
6: 
Estimates
of living stature based on the estimated length of the tibia

Table
7: 
Probability
of group membership for Kennewick Man in 22 modern populations (Howells
1989), based on interindividual squared Mahalanobis' distances
derived from 52 craniometric variables

Table
8: 
Probability
of group membership for Kennewick Man in 22 modern populations (Howells
1989), based on interindividual squared Mahalanobis' distances
derived from 45 craniometric variables

Table
9: 
Probability
of group membership for Kennewick Man in 183 Holocene populations
(Hanihara 1995) based on 13 sizecorrected original variables

Table
10: 
Probability
of group membership for Kennewick Man in 183 Holocene populations
(Hanihara 1995), based on interindividual squared Mahalanobis'
distances derived from 13 craniometric variables

Table
11: 
Probability
of group membership for Kennewick Man in 22 modern populations (Howells
1989), based on interindividual Mahalanobis' squared distances
derived from 33 craniometric variables

Table
12: 
Probability
of group membership for Kennewick Man in modern (combined Howells
and Hanihara data) and 13 Archaic samples based on sizecorrected
Mahalanobis' squared distances derived from 10 craniometric variables

Table
13: 
Probability
of group membership for Kennewick Man in 8 regional modern (combined
Howells and Hanihara data) and 13 Archaic samples based on sizecorrected
Mahalanobis' squared distances derived from 10 craniometric variables

Table
14: 
Probability
of group membership for Kennewick Man in seven modern populations
(Wolpoff 1972), based on seven buccolingual tooth dimensions

Appendix
I: 
Cranial
Dimensions

Appendix
II: 
Postcranial
Dimensions
