Human Adaptation Along the Columbia River, 4700-1600 B.P.: a Report of Test Excavation At River Mile 590, North Central Washington
Author(s): James C. Chatters
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Human Adaptation Along the Columbia River, 4700-1600 B.P.: a Report of Test Excavation At River Mile 590, North Central Washington. James C. Chatters. 1984 ( tDAR id: 56922)
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min long: -124.849; min lat: 45.544 ; max long: -116.916; max lat: 49.003 ;
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Sponsor(s): Bureau of Reclamation
Prepared By(s): Central Washington University
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