On the Theoretical Implications of the Mound 44 Kataligaaq Iglu

Author(s): Raymond R. Newell

Editor(s): Edwin S. Hall, Jr.

Year: 1990


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On the Theoretical Implications of the Mound 44 Kataligaaq Iglu. Raymond R. Newell, Edwin S. Hall, Jr.. In 1981 Excavations at the Utqiagvik Archaeological Site Barrow, Alaska - Volume 3. Pp. 227-233: Commission on Inupiat History, Language and Culture. 1990 ( tDAR id: 130281)

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min long: -173.237; min lat: 54.632 ; max long: -129.98; max lat: 71.441 ;

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