An Incident of Victorian Archaeology in Kentucky and its Historic and Regional Implications
Author(s): R. Berle Clay
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An Incident of Victorian Archaeology in Kentucky and its Historic and Regional Implications. R. Berle Clay, David Pollack, Thomas N. Sanders, Charles D. Hockensmith. In Woodland Period Research in Kentucky. Pp. 204-211: Kentucky Heritage Council. 1985 ( tDAR id: 184956)
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