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Title: Faunal Remains from the Howard Baum Site, Ross County, Ohio
Creators: Murphy, James L., 1941-
Keywords: Late Prehistoric Faunal Remains (Ohio)
Howard Baum Site (33-RO-270), Ross Co., Ohio
Issue Date: 1981
Publisher: Barrett, Cargo & Withers
Citation: James L. Murphy, "Faunal Remains from the Howard Baum Site, Ross County, Ohio," Chapter 7, pp. 133-136 in Shaune M. Skinner et al., Results of a Data Recovery Program for Portions of the Howard Baum Site (33-RO-270), Ross County, Ohio. Barrett, Cargo & Withers, Chillicothe, Ohio, July, 1981.
Abstract: Phase IV excavation at the Howard Baum Site, Ross Co., Ohio, produced 1522 pieces of animal bone from feature matrices. The fauna is inventoried by feature matrices. Based upon MNI, deer, elk, and turkey are the three most common species represented. Noteworthy is the small amount of fish, reptilian, and bird remains.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/38966
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