Archaeological Investigations at Four Sites Along Potapo Creek, McGee Creek Reservoir, Atoka County, Oklahoma

One of 2 reports in the series: McGee Creek Archaeological Project Reports available on this site.

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This volume contains the results of excavations and analyses of Prehistoric archaeological data from four sites located along Potapo Creek in the northwestern part of the McGee Creek project area in southeastern Oklahoma. Some excavations yielded archaeological records of Early Caddoan occupation. Other excavations in the project yielded few artifacts, but important geological and environmental information.

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ix, 191 p. : maps, ill. ; 28 cm.

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Ferring, C. Reid 1994.

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  • Main Title: Archaeological Investigations at Four Sites Along Potapo Creek, McGee Creek Reservoir, Atoka County, Oklahoma
  • Added Title: McGee Creek Archaeological Project Reports: Volume V, Part 3
  • Series Title: McGee Creek Archaeological Project Reports

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This volume contains the results of excavations and analyses of Prehistoric archaeological data from four sites located along Potapo Creek in the northwestern part of the McGee Creek project area in southeastern Oklahoma. Some excavations yielded archaeological records of Early Caddoan occupation. Other excavations in the project yielded few artifacts, but important geological and environmental information.

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ix, 191 p. : maps, ill. ; 28 cm.

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"Submitted in partial fulfillment of contract number 1-07-5C-V0181 Bureau of Reclamation, Amarillo, TX

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Ferring, C. Reid. Archaeological Investigations at Four Sites Along Potapo Creek, McGee Creek Reservoir, Atoka County, Oklahoma, report, 1994; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc29475/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Institute of Applied Sciences.