Savonoski River (Geographic Keyword)
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The Katmai Project was organized by the Washington, D.C., office of the National Parks Service. Initial planning and the program of procedure was worked out by the National Park Service during the fall and winter of 1952-53. The purpose of the project was scientific analysis of the resources of the Katmai National Monument, which is situated on the Alaska peninsula. The division of Archaeology and History of the Katmai Project was placed under the direction of Dr. William S. Laughlin of the...
Final Report To the National Park Service, Alaska Region, On Field and Library Work Conducted in or Related To Katmai National Park and Preserve (1988)
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