Kentucky Landscapes: the Role of Environmental Reconstruction in Settlement Pattern Studies
Author(s): Jack Rossen
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Kentucky Landscapes: the Role of Environmental Reconstruction in Settlement Pattern Studies. Jack Rossen, Charles B. Stout, Christine K. Hensley. In Human Landscape in Kentucky's Past: Site Structure and Settlement Patterns. Pp. 1-7: Kentucky Heritage Council. 1991 ( tDAR id: 143294)
min long: -89.572; min lat: 36.497 ; max long: -81.965; max lat: 39.147 ;
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NADB citation id number(s): 000000073174