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Feature 1, Inventory Form for Features in Multiple Units, Page 2

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4950N 4944E, 4952N 4944E, 4952N 4946E, 4954N 4944E, 4954N 4946E, FS1640, FS1641, FS1647, FS1648, FS1651, FS1652, FS1659, FS1660, FS1655, FS1656, FS1677, FS1678, FS1696, FS1697, FS1700, FS1701, FS1667, FS1668, FS1685, FS1694, FS1682, FS1683, FS1690, FS1691, FS1695, FS1766, cultural, flotation, level 11, level 12, level 13, level 14
Title: Feature 1, Inventory Form for Features in Multiple Units, Page 2.
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Name(s): Florida State University, Department of Anthropology, Creator
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Technical Reports
Date Created: 2001
Extent: 1 report
Language(s): English
Summary: 4950N 4944E, 4952N 4944E, 4952N 4946E, 4954N 4944E, 4954N 4946E, FS1640, FS1641, FS1647, FS1648, FS1651, FS1652, FS1659, FS1660, FS1655, FS1656, FS1677, FS1678, FS1696, FS1697, FS1700, FS1701, FS1667, FS1668, FS1685, FS1694, FS1682, FS1683, FS1690, FS1691, FS1695, FS1766, cultural, flotation, level 11, level 12, level 13, level 14
Identifier: FSU_ANT_Castro_FeatureForms_0003 (IID)
Related element(s): FS1640
FS1641
FS1647
FS1648
FS1651
FS1652
FS1659
FS1660
FS1655
FS1656
FS1677
FS1678
FS1696
FS1697
FS1700
FS1701
FS1667
FS1668
FS1685
FS1694
FS1682
FS1683
FS1690
FS1691
FS1695
FS1766
Subject(s): Archaeological sites
Excavation
Indians of North America -- Colonizaton
America -- Discovery and exploration -- Spanish
Archaeology--Field work
Held by: Florida State University, Department of Anthropology, Tallahassee, Florida.
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/fsu/fd/FSU_ANT_Castro_FeatureForms_0003
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