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Archaeological investigations in the southern Sierra Nevada the Bear Mountain segment of the Pacific Crest Trail by Kelly R McGuire

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Published by The District in Bakersfield, Calif .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Archaeology,
  • Cultural property -- Protection -- California

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Edition Notes

Statementby Kelly R. McGuire, Alan P. Garfinkel ; with contributions by Mark Basgall ... [et al.] ; submitted to the United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management (Bakersfield District)
SeriesCultural resources publications
ContributionsGarfinkel, Alan P, Basgall, Mark, United States. Bureau of Land Management. Bakersfield District, Far Western Anthropological Research Group
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 304 p. :
Number of Pages304
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13604260M

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Archaeological Investigations in the Southern Sierra Nevada: The Bear Mountain Segment of the Pacific Crest R. McGuire and Alan P. Garfinkel, with contributions by Mark Basgall, Robert Jobson, David Rhode, and T B. Ruhstaller.U. S. Bureau of Land Management Cultural Resources Publications, Archaeology, unnumbered, , xii -I- pp., gratis (paper).Author: Michael J Moratto. A solid primer on Sierra Nevada developments, expeditions, infrastructure and key personalities. Touches on many names, places and ideas, perfect to stimulate interest for further investigation. The writing is crisp and approachable. Greatest room for improvement would be /5. Archaeological Investigations in the Southern Sierra Nevada: The Bear Mountain Segment of the Pacific Crest Trail. Kelly R. McGuire and Alan P. Garfinkel, with contributions by Mark Basgall, Robert Jobson, David Rhode, and T B. Ruhstaller. U. : Michael J Moratto. Book Title Archaeological Investigations in the Southern Sierra Nevada: the Lamont Meadow and Morris Peak Segments of the Pacific Crest Trail; Pages - Publisher Cultural Resource Publications, Bakersfield, CA; Document Type chapter Language English Location.

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