By: Abby L. Clark, Christine Thompson, Matthew P. Purtill, and Kevin C. Nolan
Principal Investigators: Christine Thompson and Kevin C. Nolan
Reports of Investigation 98, Volume 1, Applied Anthropology Laboratories, Ball State University
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