2 edition of archaeological reconnaissance of Portage Open Bay in southeast Missouri found in the catalog.
archaeological reconnaissance of Portage Open Bay in southeast Missouri
James F. Hopgood
in [Columbia, Mo
Written in English
|Statement||by James F. Hopgood.|
|Series||Missouri Archaeological Society. Memoir -- no. 7., Memoir (Missouri Archaeological Society) -- no. 7.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||71|
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ARCHEOLOGY: An Archeological Reconnaissance of Portage Open Bay in Southeast Missouri. J ames F. H opgood.: The Booth Site: A Late Archaic Campsite. W alter E. K lippel. Patty Jo Watson; Pages: ; First Published: 01 December Highlights of the archaeological collections include: excavated by Thomas Beckwith at the end of the 19 th and beginning of the 20 th centuries from mounds on his property in southeast Missouri. In , Beckwith donated his collection to the Third District Normal School, the predecessor to Southeast Missouri State University.
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