A Cultural Reconnaissance for a Proposed 2400 Foot Access Roadway and a 150 Foot by 150 Foot Oil Well Location on Tract (ES 2-8661) of the Daniel Boone National Forest in Leslie County, Kentucky
Author(s): Jack M. Schock
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A Cultural Reconnaissance for a Proposed 2400 Foot Access Roadway and a 150 Foot by 150 Foot Oil Well Location on Tract (ES 2-8661) of the Daniel Boone National Forest in Leslie County, Kentucky. Jack M. Schock. 1982 ( tDAR id: 273423)
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min long: -83.553; min lat: 36.883 ; max long: -83.164; max lat: 37.321 ;
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Sponsor(s): University of Kentucky
Prepared By(s): Arrow Enterprises
NADB document id number(s): 582252
NADB citation id number(s): 000000257269
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