Archaeological Sites of the California Desert Area (Calico, Kramer, Stoddard, Johnson, Morongo, Twentynine Palms) Transect Forms

Author(s): Bureau of Land Management

Year: 1978

Summary

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Archaeological Sites of the California Desert Area (Calico, Kramer, Stoddard, Johnson, Morongo, Twentynine Palms) Transect Forms. Bureau of Land Management. 1978 ( tDAR id: 261448)

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Keywords

General
78-0.13 Archaeological Reconnaissance Report Basalt Bedrock Mortar Campsites Chalcedony Chert Fire Hearths Flaked Lithics Historic Homesteading Sites Lithic Reduction Sites Lithic Scatters Milling slick Mining Sites Pottery Prehistoric Projectile Points Quartz Quartzite Quartzite Quarry Quartz Quarry Refuse Disposal Sites Stone Alignments Stone Cairns Show More

Geographic Keywords
06071 (Fips Code) Bullion Mountains California (State / Territory) CA-SBR-146 CA-SBR-2131 CA-SBR-3291 CA-SBR-3292 CA-SBR-3293 CA-SBR-3294 CA-SBR-3295 CA-SBR-3296 CA-SBR-3298 CA-SBR-3299 CA-SBR-3300 CA-SBR-3301 CA-SBR-3303 CA-SBR-3304 CA-SBR-3305H CA-SBR-3306 CA-SBR-3307 CA-SBR-3309 CA-SBR-3310 CA-SBR-3311 CA-SBR-3312 CA-SBR-3313 Show More

Spatial Coverage

min long: -117.803; min lat: 33.871 ; max long: -114.131; max lat: 35.809 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Sponsor(s): Bureau of Land Management

Record Identifiers

NADB document id number(s): 1062257

NADB citation id number(s): 000000254163

Notes

General Note: Submitted to: Bureau of Land Management

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