Approaches To the Documentation, Interpretation, and Evaluation of Low Density Tipi Rings: a Case Study
Author(s): John H. Brumley
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Approaches To the Documentation, Interpretation, and Evaluation of Low Density Tipi Rings: a Case Study. John H. Brumley. Archaeology In Montana. 31 (2): 19-38. 1990 ( tDAR id: 104339)
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Augering • Chipped Stone Tool Analysis • Evaluation • Interpretation of Site Use • Stone Cairns • Stone Circle Mapping • Stone Circles • Stone Circle Structural Characteristics • Surface Collection Techniques • Surface Survey
min long: -113.166; min lat: 46.414 ; max long: -111.495; max lat: 47.954 ;
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