The Cherokee Excavations: Holocene Ecology and Human Adaptations in Northwestern Iowa
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The Cherokee Excavations: Holocene Ecology and Human Adaptations in Northwestern Iowa. Duane C. Anderson, Holmes A. Semken, Jr.. New York, NY: Academic Press. 1980 ( tDAR id: 117959)
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Activity Area • Bison • Bison Kill • Buried Site • Lithic Analysis • Lithic Preference • Paleoenvironment • Site Formation • Site Function • Site Plan • Soil Analysis • Stratified Site • Subsistence Pattern • Terrestrial Gastropod • Vertebrate Fauna
min long: -95.861; min lat: 42.561 ; max long: -95.387; max lat: 42.91 ;
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Sponsor(s): national Science Foundation
NADB document id number(s): 4050161
NADB citation id number(s): 000000074236