Gard Island No. 3 and Indian Island No. 3 Sites: Two Early Late Woodland Fishing Stations in Southeastern Michigan
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Gard Island No. 3 and Indian Island No. 3 Sites: Two Early Late Woodland Fishing Stations in Southeastern Michigan. David M. Stothers, David G. Miller. ( tDAR id: 174383)
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Archaeobotanical Study • Archaeozoological Study • Archeobotanical Study • Archeozoological Study • Cultural Chronology • Economy • Fishing • Lithics • Paleodemography • Paleoenvironment • Prehistory • Soil Study • Special Archaeological / Anthropological Study • Special Archeological / Anthropological Study • Technology
min long: -83.774; min lat: 41.724 ; max long: -83.112; max lat: 42.094 ;
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Prepared By(s): University of Toledo and Dayton Museum of Natural History
NADB document id number(s): 5572
NADB citation id number(s): 000000081888
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