Controlled Surface Collections and Their Value in Predicting Subsurface Artifact Densities: a Case Study from the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky
Author(s): Charles D. Hockensmith
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Controlled Surface Collections and Their Value in Predicting Subsurface Artifact Densities: a Case Study from the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky. Charles D. Hockensmith. Presented at 58th Annual Meeting of the Central States Anthropological, Lexington, Kentucky. 1982 ( tDAR id: 185160)
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