Impact of Buried Cable Construction Activities on Archeological and Historic Resources in the Golden Spike National Historic Site
Author(s): Gardiner F. Dalley
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Impact of Buried Cable Construction Activities on Archeological and Historic Resources in the Golden Spike National Historic Site. Gardiner F. Dalley. 1972 ( tDAR id: 227413)
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Sponsor(s): National Park Service
Prepared By(s): University of Utah, Department of Anthropology
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