Aboriginal Structures in Georgia: Bird-Shaped Stone Tumuli In Putnam County, Georgia - Ancient Tumuli On the Savannah River, Visited By William Bartram, In 1776
Author(s): Charles C. Jones, Jr.
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Aboriginal Structures in Georgia: Bird-Shaped Stone Tumuli In Putnam County, Georgia - Ancient Tumuli On the Savannah River, Visited By William Bartram, In 1776. Charles C. Jones, Jr.. Annual Report ,1. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution. 1877 ( tDAR id: 148187)
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min long: -83.546; min lat: 33.167 ; max long: -83.143; max lat: 33.483 ;
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