Faunal Remains from Officers' Cellars at Fort Wilkins: Perspectives On Animal Exploitation At a Mid-19th Century U.S. Army Post On the Lake Superior Frontier
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Faunal Remains from Officers' Cellars at Fort Wilkins: Perspectives On Animal Exploitation At a Mid-19th Century U.S. Army Post On the Lake Superior Frontier. Terrance J. Martin, Thomas G. Friggens. Presented at Midwest Archaeological Conference, MSU, E. Lansing, MI. 1985 ( tDAR id: 184320)
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