Archaeological Reconnaissance of Twenty-One Proposed Drill Hole Test Sites In San Juan County and McKinley County, New Mexico
Author(s): Toni Sudar-Murphy
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Archaeological Reconnaissance of Twenty-One Proposed Drill Hole Test Sites In San Juan County and McKinley County, New Mexico. Toni Sudar-Murphy. 1976 ( tDAR id: 10904)
min long: -109.047; min lat: 34.959 ; max long: -107.307; max lat: 37 ;
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Sponsor(s): Edward Beaumont, Consulting Geologist
Prepared By(s): NM State University Cultural Resource Management Division
NADB document id number(s): 5404176
NADB citation id number(s): 000000191055
General Note: Submitted to: Edward Beaumont, Consulting Geologist
General Note: Sent from: NM State University Cultural Resource Management Division