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|Title: ||Early Cultures and Human Ecology in South Coastal Guatemala|
|Authors: ||Coe, Michael D.|
Flannery, Kent V.
|Issue Date: ||24-Feb-1967|
|Citation: ||Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology; 3|
|Abstract: ||The present report is concerned with investigations
carried out on the Pacific coast of Guatemala, in a
region very close to the Mexican border, during the
months of January through March of 1962 (see maps,
figs. 1 and 2). This research centered on Salinas La
Blanca, a small village site of the Formative period,
situated on the east bank of the Naranjo River, about
1.5 km. north of Oc6s (Department of San Marcos).
It was our intention to throw further light on the
earliest village-farming occupation of this region, as
a follow up to investigations carried out at the nearby
site of La Victoria during 1958 (Coe, 1961).|
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