Archaeological Survey of Rocky Mountain Geophysical, Inc. Seismographic Exploration Transects Numbers Px-4 Through Px-12, Southeastern San Juan County, Utah and Montezuma County, Colorado
Author(s): Mark C. Bond
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Archaeological Survey of Rocky Mountain Geophysical, Inc. Seismographic Exploration Transects Numbers Px-4 Through Px-12, Southeastern San Juan County, Utah and Montezuma County, Colorado. Mark C. Bond. 1985 ( tDAR id: 12452)
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Archaeological Survey • Archeological Survey • Central Resource Survey • Chipped Stone Tools • Cultural Chronology • Exploration • Field Reconnaisance--Intensive • Ground Stone Tools • Isolated Find • Isolated Occurrences • Lithic Procurement • Lithic Scatters • Masonry Structures • Prehistory • Projectile Points • Significance • Significance / Management • Site Function • Site Function Typology • Structures • Subsistence
08083 (Fips Code) • 49037 (Fips Code) • Colorado (State / Territory) • Cottonwood Wash • Montezuma (County) • Montezuma Wash • North America (Continent) • San Juan (County) • San Juan River • San Juan River Drainage • Southeast Utah • Southwest Colorado • United States of America (Country) • Utah (State / Territory)
min long: -111.412; min lat: 36.998 ; max long: -107.969; max lat: 38.5 ;
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Prepared By(s): Abajo Archaeology, Bluff, UT
NADB document id number(s): 860258
NADB citation id number(s): 000000101229
General Note: Sent from: Abajo Archaeology, Bluff, UT
General Note: Submitted to: Rocky Mountain Geophysical, Denver, Co