Social Determinants of Middle Woodland Mortuary Practices On the Northeastern Plains Periphery: a Consideration of Hopewellian Relationships
Author(s): S. C. Vehik
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Social Determinants of Middle Woodland Mortuary Practices On the Northeastern Plains Periphery: a Consideration of Hopewellian Relationships. S. C. Vehik. Journal of The North Dakota Archaeological Association. 1: 167-180. 1982 ( tDAR id: 80757)
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