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Hart, J.P., 2000. New Dates from Old Collections: The Roundtop Site and Maize-Beans-Squash Agriculture in the Northeast. North American Archaeologist 21, 7-17. doi:10.2190/1M03-BNGJ-FFMY-YNMP
Hart, J.P., 2013. A New History of Maize-Bean-Squash Agriculture in the Northeast, in: Neusius, S.W., Gross, G.T. (Eds.), Seeking Our Past: An Introduction To North American Archaeology Second Edition. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, pp. 407-415.
Hart, J.P., Anderson, L.M., Feranec, R.S., 2011. Additional Evidence for cal. Seventh-Century A.D. Maize Consumption at the Kipp Island Site, New York, in: Rieth, C.B., Hart, J.P. (Eds.), Current Research In New York State Archaeology: A.d. 700-1300. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 27-40.
Hart, J.P., Means, B.K., 2002. Maize and Villages: A Summary and Critical Assessment of Current Northeast Early Late Prehistoric Evidence, in: Hart, J.P., Rieth, C.B. (Eds.), Northeast Subsistence-Settlement Change: A.d. 700-1300. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 342-358.
Hart, J.P., 2014. A Critical Assessment of Current Approaches to Investigations of the Timing, Rate, and Adoption Trajectories of Domesticates in the Midwest and Great Lakes, in: Raviele, M.E., Lovis, W.A. (Eds.), Reassessing The Timing, Rate, And Adoption Trajectories Of Domesticate Use In The Midwest And Great Lakes. Midwest Archaeological Conference, Inc., Champlain, Illinois, pp. 161-174.
Hart, J.P., 2012. Pottery Wall Thinning as a Consequence of Increased Maize Processing: A Case Study from Central New York. Journal of Archaeological Science 39, 3470-3474. doi:10.1016/j.jas.2012.06.006
Hart, J.P., 2008. Introduction, in: Hart, J.P. (Ed.), Current Northeast Paleoethnobotany Ii. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 1-7.