Contact Culture: a Model for Culture Change Settings and Its Implications For Washita River Phase and Caddoan Interaction
Author(s): Robert L. Brooks
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Contact Culture: a Model for Culture Change Settings and Its Implications For Washita River Phase and Caddoan Interaction. Robert L. Brooks. Presented at XXV Annual Meeting of the Caddo Conference, Natchitoches, Louisiana,. 1983 ( tDAR id: 136827)
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