Guebert Site: An 18th Century, Historic Kaskaskia Indian Village in Randolph County, Illinois
Author(s): Mary E. Good
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Guebert Site: An 18th Century, Historic Kaskaskia Indian Village in Randolph County, Illinois. Mary E. Good. Memoir ,1. St. Louis, MO: Central States Archaeological Societies. 1972 ( tDAR id: 67213)
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Brass Artifact • Ceramic Analysis • Crucifix • Glass Artifact Analysis • Glass Bead • Gun part • Iron Artifact • Iron Ax • Iron Knife • Religious Medal • Stone Discoidal • Stone Pipe • Trade Good
17157 (Fips Code) • Illinois (State / Territory) • KASKASKIA RIVER DRAINAGE • North America (Continent) • Randolph (County) • United States of America (Country) • Upper Mississippi Valley
min long: -90.207; min lat: 37.803 ; max long: -89.592; max lat: 38.223 ;
NADB document id number(s): 4054097
NADB citation id number(s): 000000132988