Pothunting in the Global Village: a Survey Approach For Collecting and Standardizing Site Destruction Data For Use In an International Data Base
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Pothunting in the Global Village: a Survey Approach For Collecting and Standardizing Site Destruction Data For Use In an International Data Base. Michael Trinkley, William Vartorella, David G. Anderson, Virginia Horak. In Site Destruction in Georgia and the Carolinas. Pp. 87-95: Interagency Archeological Services Division, NPS. 1993 ( tDAR id: 27506)
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