Crooks site, a Marksville period burial mound in La Salle Parish, Louisiana by James Alfred Ford

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Statementby J. A. Ford and Gordon Willey ; partially based on field reports by William T. Mulloy and Arden King.
SeriesAnthropological study (Louisiana. Dept. of Conservation) ;, no. 3.
ContributionsWilley, Gordon Randolph, 1913- joint author., Mulloy, William T. 1917-, King, Arden.
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LC ClassificationsE78.L8 F674 1975
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Paginationxi, 148 p. :
Number of Pages148
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Open LibraryOL5189458M
ISBN 100527032328
LC Control Number75009512

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