Human Skeletons From Wyoming and Their Bearing On the Concept of Morphological Dating
Author(s): George W. Gill
Editor(s): Michael Wilson
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Human Skeletons From Wyoming and Their Bearing On the Concept of Morphological Dating. George W. Gill, Michael Wilson. In Applied Geology and Archaeology: the Holocene History of Wyoming. Pp. 100-107: The Eological Survey of Wyoming Report of Investigations of. 1974 ( tDAR id: 80982)
min long: -111.057; min lat: 40.995 ; max long: -104.052; max lat: 45.006 ;
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