Historical Hall of Fame:  Carl F. Miller (_-_) was an archeologist and expert in the culture of Indians in the South-eastern United States.
Virginia History Series 
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Selected Papers by Carl F. Miller:
River basin surveys papers : Inter-Agency Archeological Salvage Program Reports (1963): No. 31.
River basin surveys papers : Inter-Agency Archeological Salvage Program Reports (1964); no.35.
Archeological investigations at the Hosterman site (39PO7), Oahe Reservoir area, Potter County, South Dakota, 1956
Appraisal of the archeological resources of the Cheatam lock and dam, Old Hickory and Carthage reservoirs, on the Cumberland River in Central Tennessee: A preliminary report (1953)
Miller, Carl F. (1960). "The Use of Chenopodium Seeds as a Source of Food by the Early Peoples in Russell Cave, Alabama". Southern Indian Studies 12: 3132. (1957).
"Radiocarbon Dates from an Early Archaic Deposit in Russell Cave, Alabama". American Antiquity 23 (1): 84.(1958).
"Russell Cave: New Light on Stone Age Life". National Geographic 113: 426437 (1957)
Archeology of the John H. Kerr Reservoir Basin, Roanoke River, VA & NC (1962)
 
Entrance to Russell Cave -- 1st excavated by Carl F. Miller in 1957