THE DEER CREEK SITE, OKLAHOMA: A WICHITA VILLAGE SOMTIMES CALLED FERDINANDINA.; An Ethnohistorian's jView. Mildred Mott Wedel.

THE DEER CREEK SITE, OKLAHOMA: A WICHITA VILLAGE SOMTIMES CALLED FERDINANDINA.; An Ethnohistorian's jView

Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 1981. Paperback. 8 x 11, 82 pgs, b&w maps and photos. Includes: I: Identification of the Deer Creek site with a "Panipiquees" Village; II: Time Depth of Wichita Village Occupation at the Deer Creek Site; III: Pre-1740 French-Wichita Trade; IV: Chronological Review of the Circumstances That Led to Cooperative Wichita-French Hunting and Meat Processing Activities at the Deer Creek Site; V: The Myth of Fernandina; VI: The Archeologists' Challenge; Appendix A: Translated Excerpts from Declarations Made in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 1749 and 1750; Appendix B: The Route of Claude-Charles Dutisne. Very Good+. Item #29596

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