Excavations at the Quince Site (34AT134) Atoka County, Oklahoma

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

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This volume presents findings from an excavation at the Quince Site of McGee Creek Reservoir project area. Excavations at the Quince Site disclosed deep alluvial deposits with several occupations throughout the Holocene Period. The site contains a well-preserved culturally stratified deposit dating from Paleoindian to Woodland Indian periods.

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ix, 191 p. : maps, ill.

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Perttula, Timothy K. 1994.

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This volume presents findings from an excavation at the Quince Site of McGee Creek Reservoir project area. Excavations at the Quince Site disclosed deep alluvial deposits with several occupations throughout the Holocene Period. The site contains a well-preserved culturally stratified deposit dating from Paleoindian to Woodland Indian periods.

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ix, 191 p. : maps, ill.

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

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Perttula, Timothy K. Excavations at the Quince Site (34AT134) Atoka County, Oklahoma, book, 1994; Denton, TX. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc29480/: accessed December 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Institute of Applied Sciences.