Great Bend (Geographic Keyword)
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When the Congress of the United States authorized the Missouri River Basin Project, the foundation was laid for one of the largest archeological research programs in history. The authorization brought into being a plan to build some 105 dams and reservoirs on the main stem of the Missouri River and its tributaries in an area which had been the first, and is the present, home of the Plains Indians. The area abounds in village sites, tipi rings, campsites, slaughter pits, and other evidences of...
Cultural Resource Survey of Portions of Hallstead-Great Bend, Susquehanna Co., Pennsylvania (1980)
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