Animal Remains from the Scott Point Site: Evidence for Changing Subsistence Strategies During the Late Woodland Period in Northern Michigan
Author(s): Terrance J. Martin
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Animal Remains from the Scott Point Site: Evidence for Changing Subsistence Strategies During the Late Woodland Period in Northern Michigan. Terrance J. Martin. Presented at 86th Ann Mtg. of MI Academy of Science, Arts & Letters, Kalamazoo, MI. 1982 ( tDAR id: 158005)
min long: -85.868; min lat: 45.692 ; max long: -84.114; max lat: 46.246 ;
NADB document id number(s): 7125
NADB citation id number(s): 000000083109