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Paa-ko, archaeological chronicle of an Indian village in north central New Mexico, by Marjorie F. Lambert, parts I-V. With part VI by Spencer L. Rogers: The physical type of the Paa-ko population
Bib ID 3545881
Format BookBook
Author
Lambert, Marjorie F
 
Description Santa Fe, School of American Research [c1954] 
6 pts. in 2 v. illus., map. 28 cm. 
Series

Monographs of the School of American Research ; 19.

Notes

Includes bibliographies.

Subjects Indians of North America -- New Mexico -- Antiquities.  |  Paa-ko (N.M.)
Other authors/contributors Rogers, Spencer L. (Spencer Lee), 1905-
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The physical type of the Paa-ko population.

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