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Cultural resource overview of BLM lands in northwestern Oregon
Bibliography: p. 165-198.
|Statement||by Rick Minor ... [et al.] ; with a contribution by L.R. Steeves.|
|Series||University of Oregon anthropological papers ;, no. 20|
|LC Classifications||F878 .C84 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||81620780|
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Publication Date Fri, 11/01/ - pm. Region California. Organization. Collection: Public Room Category: Cultural Resource Series Keywords Archaeology.
Get this from a library. Cultural resource overview of BLM lands in northwestern Oregon: archaeology, ethnography, history. [Rick Minor;]. Bureau of Land Management, Oregon. Lebow, Clayton G.
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BLM Cultural Resources Publication, Bureau of Land Management,California. Prehistory and history of BLM lands in west-central Oregon: a cultural resource overview Stephen Dow Beckham, Rick Minor, Kathryn Anne Toepel Dept.
of Anthropology, University of Oregon, - History. Get this from a library. Cultural resource overview of BLM lands in north-central Oregon: archaeology, ethnography, history. [Kathryn Anne Toepel; William F Willingham; Rick Minor].
"Ethnographic Overview: The Kalapuya." Prehistory and History of BLM Lands in West-Central Oregon: A Cultural Resource Overview. Eugene: U of Oregon, Print.
Series: University of Oregon Anthropological Papers no. Beckham, Stephen Dow, et al. Native American Religious Practices and Uses in Western Oregon. Eugene: U of Oregon Author: David L.
Doctor. Resource Management Plans for Western Oregon The BLM administers million acres of land in western Oregon. These lands play an important role in the region's social, ecological, and economic well-being.
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Cultural Resource Overview of BLM Lands in North-Central Oregon. Kathryn Anne Toepel. (tDAR id: ). Chapter I: Northwestern Colorado Prior to Exploitation. 1 Steve Payne, Where the Rockies Ride Herd, (Denver Sage Books, ), p.
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Prehistory and History of BLM Lands in West-Central Oregon: a Cultural Resource Overview. Stephen Dow Beckham, R. Minor, K. Toepel. University of Oregon Anthropological Papers,1. Eugene, or: University of Oregon. (tDAR id: )Cited by: 4. 6 Cultural Resources On the Bureau of Land Management Public Lands: An Assessment and Needs Analysis INTRODUCTION Cultural resources (CR) found within Bureau of Land Management (BLM) public lands include sites covering the entire range of known human existence over the p years in the conti-nental US and Alaska.
BLM Cultural Resource Series (Colorado: No. 12) Chapter I: NORTHWESTERN COLORADO PRIOR TO EXPLOITATION. Northwestern Colorado includes the area extending west from the Continental Divide to the Utah-Colorado state line, and from about the Colorado River northward to the Wyoming-Colorado state line.
Within this area lie a succession of wide. Kathryn Anne Toepel, William F. Willingham and Rick Minor. University of Oregon Anthropological Papers # Department of Anthropology, U of Oregon, Eugene. () Cultural Resource Overview of BLM Lands in Northwestern Oregon: Archaeology, Ethnography, History.
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