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An introduction to the prehistory of the Peace River country Open Access
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Peace River (Alta.)--Antiquities.
Peace River Country
Indians of North America--Alberta--Peace River--Antiquities.
Alberta, North of Line E-W Thru Edmonton
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Thomson, Hugh Ross.
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Describes the physical environment and material culture of native inhabitants of Saddle Hills during the third millennium B.C., based on archeological research.
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