Case Studies: Part III - the Rise, Transformation, and Fall of Apalachee: a Case Study of Political Change in a Chiefly Society
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Case Studies: Part III - the Rise, Transformation, and Fall of Apalachee: a Case Study of Political Change in a Chiefly Society. John F. Scarry, Mark Williams, Gary Shapiro. In Lamar Archaeology: Mississippian Chiefdoms in the Deep South. Pp. 175-186: The University of Alabama Press. 1990 ( tDAR id: 148866)
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