survey of vandalism to archaeological resources in southwestern Colorado

by Paul R. Nickens

Publisher: Colorado State Office, Bureau of Land Management in Denver, Colo

Written in English
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  • Vandalism -- Colorado,
  • Cultural property -- Protection -- Colorado

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Bibliography: p. 145-151

Statementby Paul R. Nickens, Signa L. Larralde, Gordon C. Tucker, Jr
SeriesCultural resource series -- no. 11, Cultural resources series (United States. Bureau of Land Management. Colorado State Office) -- no. 11
ContributionsLarralde, Signa L, Tucker, Gordon C, United States. Bureau of Land Management. Colorado State Office
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Paginationix, 173 p. :
Number of Pages173
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Open LibraryOL13604328M

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