Bruly St. Martin Site and Its Implications for Coastal Settlement in Louisiana
Author(s): James W. Springer
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Bruly St. Martin Site and Its Implications for Coastal Settlement in Louisiana. James W. Springer. Louisiana Archaeology. 1: 75-82. 1974 ( tDAR id: 136459)
min long: -91.701; min lat: 30.025 ; max long: -91.019; max lat: 30.497 ;
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NADB citation id number(s): 000000011552