Ceramic Petrography As a Technique for Documenting Cultural Interaction: An Example from the Upper Mississippi Valley
Author(s): James B. Stoltman
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Ceramic Petrography As a Technique for Documenting Cultural Interaction: An Example from the Upper Mississippi Valley. James B. Stoltman. American Antiquity. 56 (1): 103-120. 1991 ( tDAR id: 148672)
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