The "Cheyenne Outbreak" Revisited: The Employment of Archaeological Methodology in the Substantiation of Oral History
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The "Cheyenne Outbreak" Revisited: The Employment of Archaeological Methodology in the Substantiation of Oral History. J. Douglas McDonald, A. L. McDonald, Bill Tallbull, Ted Risingsun. Plains Anthropologist. 34 (125): 265-269. 1989 ( tDAR id: 326176)
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