Felling, Skidding and Dogging: a Study of Sawmills In the Western Ouachita Mountains
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Felling, Skidding and Dogging: a Study of Sawmills In the Western Ouachita Mountains. Paul R. McGuff, Sue M. Moore, Emory L. Kemp. 1993 ( tDAR id: 63681)
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34AT125 • 34AT128 • 34AT130 • 34AT189 • 34AT213 • 34AT309 • 34AT313 • 34AT377 • 34AT383 • 34AT384 • 34AT385 • 34AT487 • 34AT489 • 34AT499 • Cultural resources management plan • Historic Archaeology • Historic Archeology • McGee Creek Project • Sawmill Sites
min long: -96.408; min lat: 34.157 ; max long: -95.672; max lat: 34.681 ;
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Prepared By(s): Institute of Applied Sciences, University of North Texas
NADB document id number(s): 800071
NADB citation id number(s): 000000183679
General Note: Sent from: Institute of Applied Sciences, University of North Texas
General Note: Contract number: 1-07-5C-V0181
General Note: Submitted to: Bureau of Reclamation, Amarillo, Texas