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Figure 3. The United States NHL Study Region, with Key Archeological Sites and Localities, and Showing Major Physiographic Regions and River Systems in the Late Pleistocene

KEY
1 Adams/Little River Paleoindian District
2 Adam's Mastodon
3 Adkins/Vail
4 Baucom
5 Big Bone Lick
6 Brand
7 Bull Brook I, II
8 Carson-Conn-Short
9 Clays Ferry Crevice
10 Coates-Hindes
11 Crowfield
12 Debert
13 Doershuck
14 Dust Cave
15 Dutchess Quarry Cave
16 Eagle Hill Feronia
17 Fifty
18 Fisher
19 G.S. Lewis East
20 Gainey
21 Graham Cave
22 Hardaway
23 Harney Flats
24 Haw River
25 Hebe Plantation
26 Hester
27 Higgens
28 Hi-Lo
29 Holcombe Beach
30 Joe Powell
31 Johnson-Hawkins
32 Kimmswick
33 Lace Place
34 Lamb
35 Leavitt
36 LeCroy
37 Lepold
38 Lincoln Hills
39 Little Salt Spring
40 Lower Blue Lick
41 Macon Plateau
42 Main Site, Ky
43 Manning/Taylor
44 Martin's Creek
45 Meadowcroft
46 Michaud
47 Modoc rokc shelter
48 Munsungun Lakes
49 Nobles Pond
50 Nuckolls/Nuckolls Extension
51 Page-Ladson
52 Parkhill
53 Parrish Village
54 Pierce
55 Plenge
56 Puckett
57 Quad
58 Reagan
59 Rodgers Shelter
60 Rucker's Bottom
61 Savage Cave
62 Shawnee-Minisink
63 Shoop
64 Silver Springs
65 Sloan
66 St. Albans
67 Stanfield-Worley
68 Tellico Reservoir
69 Templeton
70 Tensaw Creek
71 Thedford
72 Theriault
73 Twelkermeier
74 Upper Blue Lick
75 Wacissa River
76 Wallace Reservoir
77 Welling
78 Wells Creek Crater
79 West Athens Hill
80 Whatley
81 Whipple
82 Williamson
83 Wolfe Shelter
(illustration) map indicating the general locations of some southeastern national register sites and districts, NHLs, and other sites listed in the key.

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