Polished stone articles used by the New York aborigines before and during European occupation

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Indians of North America -- Implements -- New York (State), Indians of North America -- Implements., New York (State) -- Antiqui
StatementWilliam M. Beauchamp.
SeriesBulletin of the New York State Museum -- v. 4, no. 18
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LC ClassificationsQ11 .N82 v. 4, no. 18
The Physical Object
PaginationP. [7]-102, [35] leaves of plates :
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Open LibraryOL19561928M

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POLISHED STONE ARTICLES USED BY THE NEW YORK ABORIGINES BEFORE AND DURING EUROPEAN OCCUPATION Prepared By William M. Beauchamp; University of the State of New York. Albany, NY.

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A paper on Polished-Stone Articles used by the New York Aborigines before and during European Occupation, published as a Bulletin of the New York State Museum, is complementary to a previous bulletin on articles of chipped stone.

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