Preliminary Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Agrico Chemical Company's Proposed Bulk Fertilizer Storage Facility in Melbourne, Campbell County, Kentucky
Author(s): Joseph E. Granger
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Preliminary Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Agrico Chemical Company's Proposed Bulk Fertilizer Storage Facility in Melbourne, Campbell County, Kentucky. Joseph E. Granger. 1976 ( tDAR id: 176216)
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min long: -84.506; min lat: 38.806 ; max long: -84.232; max lat: 39.122 ;
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Sponsor(s): Agrico Chemical Company
Prepared By(s): University of Louisville Archaeological Survey
NADB document id number(s): 575284
NADB citation id number(s): 000000070092
General Note: Sent from: University of Louisville Archaeological Survey
General Note: Submitted to: Agrico Chemical Company