Archeological and Historical Investigations For the New Mexico School For the Deaf Water System Installation (Sange De Cristo Water Co., 1996), Santa Fe, New Mexico, River and Trails, and Suburban Districts
Author(s): David H. Snow
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Archeological and Historical Investigations For the New Mexico School For the Deaf Water System Installation (Sange De Cristo Water Co., 1996), Santa Fe, New Mexico, River and Trails, and Suburban Districts. David H. Snow. 1996 ( tDAR id: 218399)
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min long: -106.249; min lat: 35.04 ; max long: -105.714; max lat: 36.002 ;
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Sponsor(s): New Mexico School for the Deaf
Prepared By(s): Cross Cultural Research Systems
NADB document id number(s): 5452944
NADB citation id number(s): 000000237375
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General Note: Submitted to: New Mexico School for the Deaf
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