Felicia Phase (Culture Keyword)

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Craniometric Relationships among Plains Indians: Culture-Historical and Evolutionary Implications (1983)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Patrick J. Key.

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Publications in Salvage Archeology, 8: The Two Teeth Site (1968)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Carlyle S. Smith. Alfred E. Johnson.

The Two Teeth Site (39BF204) is situated on the left, or northeast, bank of the Missouri River in Buffalo County, South Dakota (Fig. 1; Pl. la), about three miles west of Fort Thompson, the administrative center of the Crow Creek Indian Reservation. The site lies on a minor terrace a few feet above the heavily wooded flood plain that, prior to inundation by the Big Bend Reservoir, formed an important element in the regional ecology. The area of occupation shows negligible relief but it has a...