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Series: Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut

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Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Number 34, 1966 by Frank Glynn34
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Number 47, 1984 by Renee Kra47
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Number 50, 1987 by Roger W. Moeller50
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Number 51, 1988 by Lucianne Lavin51
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Number 54, 1991 by Lucianne Lavin54
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Number 60, 1997 by Lucianne Lavin60
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Number 63, 2001 by Lucianne Lavin63
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Number 64, 2002 by Lucianne Lavin64
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Number 67, 2005 by Lucianne Lavin67
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Number 69, 2007 by Lucianne Lavin69
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Number 71, 2009 by Lucianne Lavin71
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Number 72, 2010 by Lucianne Lavin72
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Number 74, 2012 by Lucianne Lavin74
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Number 76, 2014 by Lucianne Lavin76
Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut, Number 77, 2015 by Lucianne Lavin77

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