An Archaeological Pedestrian Survey of the Proposed Poplar Springs Water Line and Bottling Facility, Talladega and Calhoun County, Alabama
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An Archaeological Pedestrian Survey of the Proposed Poplar Springs Water Line and Bottling Facility, Talladega and Calhoun County, Alabama. Harry O. Holstein, Curtis E. Hill. 1996 ( tDAR id: 219839)
min long: -86.504; min lat: 33.103 ; max long: -85.529; max lat: 33.968 ;
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Sponsor(s): Kenneth Key, Lincoln, AL
Prepared By(s): Harry O. Holstein
NADB document id number(s): 4059267
NADB citation id number(s): 000000252160
General Note: Sent from: Harry O. Holstein
General Note: Submitted to: Kenneth Key, Lincoln, AL