Yesterday's River: the Archaeology of 10,000 Years Along the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway
Author(s): David S. Brose
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Yesterday's River: the Archaeology of 10,000 Years Along the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway. David S. Brose. Cleveland, OH: Cleveland Museum of Natural History. 1991 ( tDAR id: 137921)
19th Century • ALEXANDER • Early Archaic • Euroamerican • Late Archaic • Late Gulf Formational • Late Woodland • Middle Archaic • Middle Woodland • MILLER III PHASE • MILLER II PHASE • Miller I Phase
01063 (Fips Code) • 01107 (Fips Code) • 01119 (Fips Code) • 28025 (Fips Code) • 28057 (Fips Code) • 28087 (Fips Code) • 28095 (Fips Code) • 28103 (Fips Code) • 28117 (Fips Code) • 28141 (Fips Code) • Alabama (State / Territory) • Black Prairie • Clay (County) • Coastal Plain • FALL LINE HILLS • Greene (County) • Itawamba (County) • Lowndes (County) • Mississippi (State / Territory) • Monroe (County) • North America (Continent) • Noxubee (County) • Pickens (County) • Prentiss (County) • Southeast • Sumter (County) • Tishomingo (County) • Tombigbee River Drainage • United States of America (Country)
min long: -89.036; min lat: 32.307 ; max long: -87.706; max lat: 34.996 ;
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Sponsor(s): Army Corps of Engineers
NADB document id number(s): 4052052
NADB citation id number(s): 000000076127