Final salvage work at the Red Smoke site : investigations by the University of Nebraska State Museum in the Medicine Creek Reservoir area in 1953 / by E. Mott Davis. [1954]

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Davis, E. Mott. Final salvage work at the Red Smoke site : investigations by the University of Nebraska State Museum in the Medicine Creek Reservoir area in 1953 / by E. Mott Davis.

Final salvage work at the Red Smoke site : investigations by the University of Nebraska State Museum in the Medicine Creek Reservoir area in 1953 / by E. Mott Davis. [1954]

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