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Scoggin Creek archaeology, 1969 final report by Wilbur A. Davis

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Published by Oregon State University?] in [Corvallis, Or.? .
Written in English


  • Archaeological surveying -- Oregon -- Scoggins Creek Valley.,
  • Kalapuya Indians.,
  • Scoggins Creek Valley (Or.) -- Antiquities.

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Statementby Wilbur A. Davis.
ContributionsUnited States. National Park Service., Oregon State University. Dept. of Anthropology.
The Physical Object
Pagination[26] leaves :
Number of Pages26
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15415216M

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Scoggins Creek, formerly known as "Scoggin Creek", is a mile (31 km) tributary of the Tualatin River in Tillamook and Washington counties in the U.S. state of Oregon. It is named for pioneer settler Gustavus Scoggin.. Surrounded by lava and basalt flows and layers of sandstone, it flows generally southeast from near South Saddle Mountain in the Northern Oregon Coast Range and through a. a Archaeology of Phase 1, Little Muddy Creek, Oregon. Manuscript on File at the Anthropology Department, Oregon State University, Corvallis. b Scoggin Creek Archaeology, Final Report. Prepared for the National Park Service by the Department of Anthropology, Oregon State University, Corvallis. Lost Creek Archaeology, I don't know when either of them died. David and Martha adopted David Scoggin after his brother Johnathan's death in and renamed him David Wall. Mary Ruth Scoggin was born on July 1, and baptized on Aug She married Charles Bostick. She died around Anna Scoggin was born on and baptized on Aug McCown, Theodore D. Patterns of Culture, by Ruth Benedict. American Anthropologist 37(4): Kroeber, Alfred L. Sinkyone Notes. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology: Nomland, Gladys Aer: Tübatulabal Grammar. University of California Publications in American.