Diet, Mobility and Demography: Insights into the Pithouse- To-Pueblo Transition From the Dunlap-Salazar Site (LA 51344), Lincoln County, New Mexico
Author(s): Thomas R. Rocek
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Diet, Mobility and Demography: Insights into the Pithouse- To-Pueblo Transition From the Dunlap-Salazar Site (LA 51344), Lincoln County, New Mexico. Thomas R. Rocek. 1989 ( tDAR id: 199700)
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min long: -106.374; min lat: 33.132 ; max long: -104.885; max lat: 34.347 ;
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Sponsor(s): National Geographic Society
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