Role of Research Design in Assessing the Significance of the Archeological Resources of the Village Creek Basin
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Role of Research Design in Assessing the Significance of the Archeological Resources of the Village Creek Basin. Timothy C. Klinger, L. Mark Raab, Timothy C. Klinger. In Village Creek: An Explicitly Regional Approach To the Study of Cultural Resources. Pp. 133-138. 1985 ( tDAR id: 196168)
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min long: -91.585; min lat: 35.354 ; max long: -90.19; max lat: 36.499 ;
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Sponsor(s): Soil Conservation Service, Little Rock
Prepared By(s): Arkansas Archeological Survey, Fayetteville
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