Berkeley Pattern

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Coastally adapted Utian‐speaking communities of the San Francisco Bay area of the American west coast between 2000 bc and ad 300. These groups lived in small villages, while exploiting the coastal marshlands for fish, shellfish, and edible plants. Burials typically include a few grave goods, although shaman graves have also been postulated.

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