Berries, Bones, and Blades: Reconstructing Late Paleoindian Subsistence Economies at Dust Cave, Alabama
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Berries, Bones, and Blades: Reconstructing Late Paleoindian Subsistence Economies at Dust Cave, Alabama. Kandace R. Detwiler, Renee B. Walker, Scott C. Meeks. Presented at 55th Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Greenville, SC. 1998 ( tDAR id: 250425)
01077 (Fips Code) • 1LU496 • Alabama (State / Territory) • HIGHLAND RIM • Lauderdale (County) • North America (Continent) • Southeast • TENNESSEE RIVER DRAINAGE • TENNESSEE VALLEY PROPER • United States of America (Country)
min long: -88.203; min lat: 34.732 ; max long: -87.211; max lat: 35.008 ;
NADB document id number(s): 4061352
NADB citation id number(s): 000000249887