Archæological Investigation in Oregon, U.S.A

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    “RESULTS of archæological investigation on the middle Columbia River undertaken by the University of California in 1924–26 are recorded by W. D. Strong, W. E. Schenck, and J. H. Stewart in the University's Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology, vol. 29, pt. 1, under the title “Archæology of the Dalles-Desehuttes Region”. This area was chosen for investigation as the geographical and economic conditions at this point of the river are soeh as to have made it one of great importance to primitive man, and it must have been occupied from a remote period.

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    Archæological Investigation in Oregon, U.S.A. Nature 127, 255–256 (1931). https://doi.org/10.1038/127255b0

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