Proceedings of the Alaskan Marine Archeology Workshop, May 17-19, 1983, Sitka, Alaska
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Published by Alaska Sea Grant College Program, University of Alaska in Fairbanks, Alaska .
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Edition Notes

StatementSteve J. Langdon editor ; Brenda R. Melteff, workshop coordinator.
SeriesAlaska sea grant report ;, 83-9, Alaska sea grant report ;, no. 83-9.
ContributionsLangdon, Steve, 1948-, Melteff, Brenda.
LC ClassificationsF906 .A5 1983
The Physical Object
Paginationxxi, 239 p. :
Number of Pages239
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3002544M
LC Control Number84621617

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