Cultural Resources Survey and Testing of Three Boating Access Lanes and a Debris Burial Site, Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas
Author(s): James E. Cobb
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Cultural Resources Survey and Testing of Three Boating Access Lanes and a Debris Burial Site, Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas. James E. Cobb. 1983 ( tDAR id: 119041)
min long: -92.989; min lat: 33.006 ; max long: -91.457; max lat: 33.398 ;
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