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Hart, J.P., Rieth, C.B., 2002. Northeast Subsistence-Settlement Change: A.D. 700 1300, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, NY.
Hart, J.P., Engelbrecht, W., 2012. Northern Iroquoian Ethnic Evolution: A Social Network Analysis. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 19, 322-349. doi:10.1007/s10816-011-9116-1
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Hart, J.P., Nass, J.P., 1995. Papers from the Monongahela Symposium, 59th ESAF Meeting, Pittsburgh, 1992, Archaeology of Eastern North America. Eastern States Archaeological Federation, Augusta, Maine.
Hart, J.P., Thompson, R.G., Brumbach, H.J., 2007. Phytolith Evidence for Early Maize (Zea mays) in the Northern Finger Lakes Region of New York, in: Kerber, J.E. (Ed.), Archaeology Of The Iroquois: Selected Readings & Research Sources. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, New York, pp. 93-123.
Hart, J.P., Brumbach, H.J., 2009. On Pottery Change and Northern Iroquoian Origins: An Assessment from the Finger Lakes Region of Central New York. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 28, 367-381. doi:10.1016/j.jaa.2009.07.001
Hart, J.P., 2010. Pottery Change: Research Alters How Archaeologists View New York's Past. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 5, 7.
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
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Abel, T.J., Vavrasek, J.L., Hart, J.P., 2019. Radiocarbon Dating the Iroquoian Occupation of Northern New York. American Antiquity 84, 748–761. doi:10.1017/aaq.2019.50
Hart, J.P., 2020. Reassessing an inferred Iroquoian village removal sequence in the Mohawk River Basin, New York, USA. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 60, 101236. doi:10.1016/j.jaa.2020.101236

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