central Missouri Hopewell subsistence-settlement system

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Hopewell culture -- Missouri., Indians of North America -- Missouri -- Antiquities., Land settlement patterns, Prehistoric -- Missouri., Missouri -- Antiqui

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Missouri, Miss

Statementby Marvin Kay.
SeriesMissouri Archaeological Society research series ;, no. 15
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LC ClassificationsE77.8 .M5 no. 15, E78.M8 .M5 no. 15
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Paginationix, 58 p. :
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Open LibraryOL4123728M
LC Control Number80080373

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