Wax, Men and Money: a Historical and Archaeological Study of Candelilla Wax Camps Along the Rio Grande Border of Texas
Author(s): Curtis D. Tunnell
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Wax, Men and Money: a Historical and Archaeological Study of Candelilla Wax Camps Along the Rio Grande Border of Texas. Curtis D. Tunnell. Office of the State Archaeologist, Report ,1. Austin: Texas Historical Commission. 1981 ( tDAR id: 178693)
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