Archaeology in the Mississippi River Floodplain At Sand Run Slough, Iowa
Editor(s): David W. Benn
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Archaeology in the Mississippi River Floodplain At Sand Run Slough, Iowa. E. Arthur III Bettis, Arthur Hoppin, Lucretia S. Kelly, Neal H. Lopinot, David G. Stanley, David W. Benn. Car ,1. Springfield, MO: Center For Archaeological Research, SW Missouri State Univ. 1987 ( tDAR id: 52779)
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
13LA30 - SAND RUN SLOUGH ACCESS SITE • 13LA38 - SAND RUN SLOUGH WEST SITE • Alluvial Fan • Burlington Chert • Ceramic Study • Environmental Study • Faunal Analysis • Floodplain • geomorphology • Grit Tempered Ceramics • Ground Stone Tool • Lithic Analysis • Prehistory • Projectile Points
19115 (Fips Code) • Iowa (State / Territory) • Iowa-Cedar Rivers Basin • Louisa (County) • Mississippi • Mississippi Alluvial Plain • Mississippi River • North America (Continent) • Sand Run Slough • Three Rivers Region • United States of America (Country)
min long: -91.486; min lat: 41.073 ; max long: -90.946; max lat: 41.424 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Sponsor(s): Army Corps of Engineers
NADB document id number(s): 5234285
NADB citation id number(s): 000000165698