Hunter-Gatherer Adaptions To a Marginal Desert Environmental: Subsistence Practices and Lithic Production in the Chocolate Mountains, Imperial County, California
Author(s): Jerome Schaefer
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Hunter-Gatherer Adaptions To a Marginal Desert Environmental: Subsistence Practices and Lithic Production in the Chocolate Mountains, Imperial County, California. Jerome Schaefer. 1987 ( tDAR id: 37770)
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
4-IMP-4916 • 4-IMP-4917 • 4-IMP-4980 • 4-IMP-4981 • 4-IMP-4988 • 4-IMP-4989 • 4-IMP-4990 • 4-IMP-4992 • 4-IMP-4998 • 4-IMP-5141 • 4-IMP-5147 • 4-IMP-5154 • 4-IMP-5191 • 4-IMP-5212 • 4-IMP-5229 • 4-IMP-5231 • Cleared Circles • Lithic • Rock Ring • Rock Rings • Subsistence • Temporary Camp
min long: -116.106; min lat: 32.619 ; max long: -114.463; max lat: 33.434 ;
NADB document id number(s): 1100364
NADB citation id number(s): 000000140967
General Note: Submitted to: Gold Fields Mining
General Note: Sent from: Jerome Schaefer