Archeology - Culture and Lifestyle Revealed Through the Study of Artifacts
Author(s): Lynda A. Hirst
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Archeology - Culture and Lifestyle Revealed Through the Study of Artifacts. Lynda A. Hirst. 1975 ( tDAR id: 174120)
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Data Recovery / Excavation
Antler • Bannerstone • Chopper • Deer Bone • Drills • Gouge • Graver • Grinding Stones • Grooved Axe • Ground Stone Tools • Hammerstones • Knife • Muller • Pendant • Projectile Points • Red Ochre • Refuse Pits • Scrapers • Shaft Abrader • Spokeshave • Steatite
min long: -75.662; min lat: 37.994 ; max long: -74.986; max lat: 38.452 ;
NADB document id number(s): 4840
NADB citation id number(s): 000000081249
General Note: Submitted to: Snow Hill High School
General Note: Sent from: Lynda A. Hirst