David Ward's Mill: Entrepeneuring in a Semiperipheral "Econotone" Between the Urban Core and Rural Periphery of Early Louisville
Author(s): Joseph E. Granger
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David Ward's Mill: Entrepeneuring in a Semiperipheral "Econotone" Between the Urban Core and Rural Periphery of Early Louisville. Joseph E. Granger. Presented at Symposium on Ohio Valley Urban and Historic Archaeology, Indianapolis, Indiana State Museum. 1984 ( tDAR id: 142889)
min long: -85.952; min lat: 37.997 ; max long: -85.405; max lat: 38.381 ;
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