In the Department of Beni, northeastern Bolivia, there are remnants of cultivated fields, roadways, and canals that are distributed over an area of 15,000 square miles. These features are interpreted as indicating the former existence of a highly organized, populous, agrarian society that antedates the culture of the Indian tribes now in the area.
|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Title||Observations on archaeological remains in northeastern Bolivia|
|Series title||American Antiquity|
|Publisher||Society for American Archaeology|
|Other Geospatial||northeastern Bolivia|
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