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Mn/Model Final Report Phases 1-3, 2002

A Predictive Model of Precontact Archaeological Site Location for the State of Minnesota


MnDOT Agreement No. 73217
SHPO Reference Number 95-4098

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Executive Summary

Table of Contents



G. Joseph Hudak, Elizabeth Hobbs, Allyson Brooks, Carol Ann Sersland, and Crystal Phillips.



Allyson Brooks, Dennis Carlson, Doug Differt, Mark Ellis, Guy E. Gibbon, Edwin R. Hajic, Guy Harper, Elizabeth Hobbs, Curtis M. Hudak, G. Joseph Hudak, Craig M. Johnson, Rose A. Kluth, Stacey Morris, Tatiana Nawrocki, Carol Ann Sersland, and Patricia A. Trocki.


Technical Contributors:

Kenneth Kvamme, University of Arkansas
Land Management Information Center (LMIC)
Leech Lake Heritage Sites Program
Fred Limp, Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR)
Mississippi Valley Archaeological Center (MVAC)
Gary Oehlert, University of Minnesota
United States Forest Service (USFS)



Federal Highway Association (FHWA)
Leech Lake Reservation
Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe
Minnesota Indian Affairs Council (MIAC)
Office of the State Archaeologist (OSA)
State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO)
U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)












The Mn/Model Final Report (Phases 1-3) is available on CD-ROM. Copies may be requested by visiting the contact page.


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MnModel was financed with Transportation Enhancement and State Planning and Research funds from the Federal Highway Administration and a Minnesota Department of Transportation match.


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