The importance of small, surface, and disturbed sites as sources of significant archeological data
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The importance of small, surface, and disturbed sites as sources of significant archeological data. Valerie. Talmage, Olga Chesler, United States Interagency Archaeological Services Division.. Cultural resource management studies. Washington: National Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior. 1977 ( tDAR id: 151393)
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Antiquities • Archaeological Resources • Archaeology • Archeological Resources • Cultural Ecology • Economy • Evaluation • Indians of North America • Methodology • Research Management • settlement • Significant Data • Structures
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min long: -124.482; min lat: 25.837 ; max long: -71.777; max lat: 45.016 ;
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Sponsor(s): State, County, and Local Government
ddc(s): 930.1 / 028
NADB document id number(s): 477003
lcc(s): E77.9 .T34
NADB citation id number(s): 000000066516
General Note: Includes index.
General Note: Bibliography: p. 13-17.
General Note: "NPS 183."