Problems Arising from the Surface Occurrence of Archaeological Material in Southeastern Chihuahua, Mexico

Author(s): Garland J. Marris

Year: 1949

Summary

In examination of the topography represented on five different maps of the state of Chihuahua, Mexico, demonstrated a remarkable degree of uniformity of physiographic features in the northeastern part of the state. There was simultaneously demonstrated a singular degree of contradiction for the southeastern part of the state.

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Problems Arising from the Surface Occurrence of Archaeological Material in Southeastern Chihuahua, Mexico. Garland J. Marris. Masters Thesis. University of New Mexico, Anthropology. 1949 ( tDAR id: 459139) ; doi:10.48512/XCV8459139

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Spatial Coverage

min long: -111.226; min lat: 23 ; max long: -102.437; max lat: 32.696 ;

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Contact(s): Amerind Museum

Record Identifiers

MS(s): 85

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