Significance of Typologically Early Collections in the Tangle Lakes Site, Central Alaska: a Preliminary Consideration
Author(s): Frederick Hadleigh West
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Significance of Typologically Early Collections in the Tangle Lakes Site, Central Alaska: a Preliminary Consideration. Frederick Hadleigh West, Scott Raymond, Peter Schledermann. In International Conference On the Prehistory and Paleoecology of Western North American Arctic and Subarctic. Pp. 217-238: University of Calgary Archaeological Association. 1974 ( tDAR id: 130452)
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