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Illinois State Geological Survey Radiocarbon Dates X

  • Chao-Li Liu (a1), D. L. Asch (a2), B. W. Fisher (a1) and D. D. Coleman (a1)

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The following is a partial list of samples of archaeological interest processed between February 1981 and October 1985 at the Illinois State Geological Survey (ISGS) Radiocarbon Dating Laboratory. The list contains samples from west-central Illinois that were related to projects conducted by current or former researchers at the Center for American Archeology (CAA) (formerly Foundation for Illinois Archaeology) and Northwestern University, Department of Anthropology, or, as noted, by colleagues from other institutions. Although some of the samples reported here came from non-cultural contexts and are primarily of geological significance, all were from or related to archaeological investigations.

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Illinois State Geological Survey Radiocarbon Dates X

  • Chao-Li Liu (a1), D. L. Asch (a2), B. W. Fisher (a1) and D. D. Coleman (a1)

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