Princess Point Complex: a Regional Representative of an Early Late Woodland Horizon in the Great Lakes Area
Author(s): David M. Stothers
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Princess Point Complex: a Regional Representative of an Early Late Woodland Horizon in the Great Lakes Area. David M. Stothers. Presented at Central States Anthropological Society, Cleveland, OH. 1972 ( tDAR id: 118717)
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Archaeological Overview / Synthesis-Regional • Archeological Overview / Synthesis-Regional • Architecture • Buildings • Cultural Chronology • Prehistory • Site Settlement • Social Organization • Technology
min long: -80.52; min lat: 41.849 ; max long: -79.61; max lat: 42.516 ;
NADB document id number(s): 16324
NADB citation id number(s): 000000089670