|Series||Occasional paper (Archaeological Survey of Alberta) -- 10|
|Contributions||Bonnichsen, R., Baldwin, S.|
Cypress Hills Ethnohistory and Ecology $ CAD. pp. vi 87, Archaeological Survey of Alberta Occasional Paper No 10, December , figures, tables, appendices: Ultilization of Animal Species, Utilization of Plant Species, Notes on Legends, Indians in the Cypress Hills, Archaeological Site Nomenclature, our Alberta catalogue. Get this from a library! Cypress Hills ethnohistory and ecology: a regional perspective. [Robson Bonnichsen; Stuart J Baldwin]. Cypress Hills Ethnohistory and Ecology: A Regional Perspective by Robson Bonnichsen: Damselflies of Alberta: Flying Neon Toothpicks in the Grass (Alberta Insects Series) by John Acorn: Data sources for planning in Alberta by Alberta Municipal Affairs: Deadly Encounters: True . Aug 1, - Once upon a time Cypress Hills was another place. See more ideas about Cypress hill, Brooklyn and Brooklyn new york pins.
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