Evaluation of Chert Patination as a Dating Technique: A Case Study from Fort Hood, Texas
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Evaluation of Chert Patination as a Dating Technique: A Case Study from Fort Hood, Texas. Charles D. Frederick, Michael D. Glasscock, Hector Neff, Christopher M. Stevenson. 1994 ( tDAR id: 296134)
min long: -98.18; min lat: 30.752 ; max long: -97.07; max lat: 31.711 ;
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Sponsor(s): US Army - Fort Hood
Prepared By(s): Mariah Associates, Inc., Austin
NADB document id number(s): 852353
NADB citation id number(s): 000000325881
General Note: Contract number: Ft. Hood Archaeological Resource Management Series, Research Report No. 32
General Note: Sent from: Mariah Associates, Inc., Austin
General Note: Submitted to: US Army - Fort Hood