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2014


Hart, J. P., and Lovis, W. A. 2014. A Re-Evaluation of the Reliability of AMS Dates on Pottery Food Residues from the Late Prehistoric Central Plains of North America: Comment on Roper (2013). Radiocarbon 56(1):341-353.

2013


Anderson, L., and Dale, V. 2013. The Case of the Coeymans Lady. New York Archives Magazine 12(3):18-22.

Duggan, B. J. 2013. Lewis Henry Morgan and the Iroquois. In On the Trails of the Iroquois, edited by S. S. Kasprycki, pp. 182-186. Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland GmbH, Bonn und Nicolaische Verlagsbuchhandlung GmbH, Berlin, Germany.

Fisher, C. L., and P. R. Huey. 2013. Style Wars in the Wilderness: The Colonial Forts at Crown Point. In The Archaeology of French and Indian War Forts, edited by L. E. Babits, and S. Gandulla, pp. 174-190. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Hart, J. P. 2013. A New History of Maize-Bean-Squash Agriculture in the Northeast. In Seeking Our Past: An Introduction to North American Archaeology second edition, edited by S. W. Neusius, and G. T. Gross, pp. 407-415. Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

Hart, J. P., and Lovis, W. A. 2013. Reevaluating What We Know About the Histories of Maize in Northeastern North America: A Review of Current Evidence. Journal of Archaeological Research 21(2):175-216.

Hart, J. P., Lovis, W. A., Urquhart, G. R., and Reber, E. A. 2013. Modeling Freshwater Reservoir Offsets on Radiocarbon-Dated Charred Cooking Residues. American Antiquity 78(3):536-552.

Orser, C. E. 2013. Review of The Materiality of Freedom: Archaeologies of Postemancipation Life, edited by Jodi A. Barnes. Journal of Southern History 79:195-197.

Orser, C. E. 2013. The Daily Lifes of Immigrants. In Immigrants in American History: Arrival, Adaptation, and Integration, vol. 4, edited by E. R. Barkan, pp. 1825-1837. ABC-CLIO, Santa Barbara, California.

Orser, C. E. 2013. The Politics of Periodization. In Reclaiming Archaeology: Beyond the Tropes of Modernity, edited by A. Gonzalez-Ruibal, pp. 145-154. Routledge, London.

Rieth, C. B. . 2013. Review of The Lost Radeau: America's Oldest Intact Warship. Anthropology Review Database

Rieth, C. B. 2013. Space, Time and the Middle Woodland 'Jack's Reef Horizon' in New York. Archaeology of Eastern North America 40:91-112.

Rieth, C. B. . 2013. What Happens in the Lab?. Dig! The Children's Magazine of Archaeology 15(5):24-25.

Tache', K., and Hart, J. P. 2013. Chronometric Hygiene of Radiocarbon Databases for Early Durable Cooking Vessel Technologies in Northeastern North America. American Antiquity 78:359-372.

2012


Davis, N. L. 2012. Cultural Resources Site Examination Report of the J. G. Byars Site (NYSM# 11370), NY Route 22 over the Walloomsac River, Town of North Hoosick, Rensselaer County, New York. New York State Museum Cultural Resource Survey Program Series 5. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Drooker, P. B. 2012. European Trade Goods at the Ripley Site: Implications for Interaction Networks and Chronology. Northeast Anthropology 77-78:89-138.

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.

Hart, J. P. 2012. The Effects of Geographical Distances on Pottery Assemblage Similarities: A Case Study from Northern Iroquoia. Journal of Archaeological Science 39:128-134.

Hart, J. P. 2012. Why We Are What and Where We Are. Science 338:330.

Hart, J. P., and Engelbrecht, W. 2012. Northern Iroquoian Ethnic Evolution: A Social Network Analysis. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 19(2):322-349.

Hart, J. P., Lovis, W. A., Jeske, R. J., and Richards, J. D. 2012. The Potential of Bulk d13C on Encrusted Cooking Residues as Independent Evidence for Regional Maize Histories. American Antiquity 77:315-325.

Lothrop, J. C., and J. A. Bradley. 2012. Paleoindian Occupations in the Hudson Valley, New York. In Late Pleistocene Archaeology and Ecology in the Far Northeast, edited by C. Chapdelaine, and R. A. Boisvert, pp. 9-47. Texas A&M University Press, College Station, Texas.

Orser, C. E. 2012. An Archaeological Perspective on the Irish Rural Interior. In Rural Ireland: The Inside Story, edited by V. Kreilkamp, pp. 61-66. McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachussetts.

Orser, C. E. 2012. An Archaeology of Eurocentrism. American Antiquity 74:737-755.

Orser, C. E. 2012. Ballykilcline. In Atlas of the Great Irish Famine, edited by J. Crowley, W. J. Smyth, and M. Murphy, pp. 318-323. Cork University Press, Cork, Ireland.

Orser, C. E. 2012. Why the Guilded Age...and Why Now?. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 16:623-633.

Rieth, C. B. 2012. Cultural Resources Data Recovery Report of the Schoharie Creek II Site (NYSM # 10383): A Multi-Component Site in the Village of Central Bridge, Town of Schoharie, Schoharie County, New York. New York State Museum Cultural Resource Survey Program Series 4. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Rieth, C. B. 2012. Settlement and Subsistence at a Middle Woodland Camp in Eastern New York. North American Archaeologist 33:81-105.

Staley, D. 2012. Cultural Resources Site Examination Report of the Deansboro Creamery Co. Site, Town of Marshall, Oneida County, New York. New York State Museum Cultural Resource Survey Program Series 3. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

2011


Drooker, P. B. 2011. Using Replication-Related Techniques to Examine the Significance of Fabrics in Mississippian Society. Ethnoarchaeology 3:163-186.

Duggan, B. J. (editor). 2011. Collaborative Museum Ethnography. Practicing Anthropology 32(2). Society for Applied Anthropology, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Duggan, B. J. 2011. Introducing Partnered Collaboration into a Native American Gallery Renewal Project in a State Museum. Practicing Anthropology 33(2):28-34.

Duggan, B. J. 2011. Introduction: Collaborative Ethnography and the Changing Worlds of Museums. Practicing Anthropology 33(2):2-3.

Feranec, R. S., Miller, N. G., Lothrop, J. C., and Graham, R. W. 2011. The Sporormiella proxy and End-Pleistocene Megafaunal Extinction: A Perspective. Quaternary International 245:333-338.

Hart, J. P. 2011. Review of The Headpots of Northeast Arkansas and Southern Pemiscot County, Missouri by James F. Cherry. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 36(1):135-136.

Hart, J. P. 2011. The Death of Owasco--Redux. In Current Research in New York State Archaeology: A.D. 700-1300. New York State Museum Record 2, edited by C. B. Rieth, and J. P. Hart, pp. 95-108. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Hart, J. P. 2011. The Immeasurable Value of Grants. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 6(4):10-13.

Hart, J. P., L. M. Anderson, and R. S. Feranec. 2011. Additional Evidence for cal. Seventh-Century A.D. Maize Consumption at the Kipp Island Site, New York. In Current Research in New York State Archaeology: A.D. 700-1300. New York State Museum Record 2, edited by C. B. Rieth, and J. P. Hart, pp. 27-40. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Hart, J. P., Matson, R. G., Thompson, R. G., and Blake, M. 2011. Teosinte Inflorescence Phytolith Assemblages Mirror Zea Taxonomy. PLoS ONE 6(3):E18349.

Lothrop, J. C., Newby, P. E., Spiess, A. E., and Bradley, J. W. 2011. Paleoindians and the Younger Dryas in the New England-Maritimes Region. Quaternary International 242:546-569.

Lovis, W. A., Urquhart, G. R., Raviele, M. E., and Hart, J. P. 2011. Hardwood Ash Nixtamalization May Lead to False Negatives for the Presence of Maize by Depleting Bulk delta13C in Carbonized Residues. Journal of Archaeological Science 38:2726-2730.

Orser, C. E. 2011. 18th-Century Pitt and Liberty Bowls. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 6(3):16.

Orser, C. E. 2011. Beneath the Surface of Tenement Life: The Dialectics of Race and Poverty During America's First Gilded Age. Historical Archaeology 45(3):151-165.

Orser, C. E. 2011. The Archaeology of Poverty and the Poverty of Archaeology. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 15:533-543.

Picands, M. 2011. Archaeology at the Watts Blacksmith Shop in Parishville Center. The St. Lawrence County Historical Association Quarterly LVI(4):3-11.

Rieth, C. B. . 2011. Archaeology Project Ideas. Newsletter of the New York State Archaeological Association (Spring):2-3.

Rieth, C. B. . 2011. Review of Archaeology and Cultural Resource Management: Visions for the Future.. Anthropology Review Database

Rieth, C. B. . 2011. The Schoharie Creek III (NYSM # 10841), Central Bridge, New York. New York Archaeological Council Newsletter (Spring):1-2.

Rieth, C. B., and J. P. Hart. 2011. Introduction to Current Research in New York Archaeology A.D. 700-1300. In Current Research in New York State Archaeology: A.D. 700-1300. New York State Museum Record 2, edited by C. B. Rieth, and J. P. Hart, pp. 1-6. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Rieth, C. B., and J. P. Hart (editors). 2011. Current Research in New York State Archaeology: A.D. 700-1300. New York State Museum Record 2. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Rieth, C. B., and L. L. Johnson. 2011. Trace Element Analysis of Lithic Artifacts from the Trapps Gap Site. In Current Research in New York State Archaeology: A.D. 700-1300. New York State Museum Record 2, edited by C. B. Rieth, and J. P. Hart, pp. 41-52. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Schultz, M., S. Winchell-Sweeney, and L. Rush. 2011. Testing the Paleo-Maritime Hypothesis for Glacial Lake Iroquois: Implications for Changing Views of Past Culture and Technology. In The Archaeology of Maritime Landscapes, edited by B. Ford, pp. 27-43. Springer, New York, New York.

Steponaitis, V. P., Swanson, S. E., Wheeler, G., and Drooker, P. B. 2011. The Provenance and Use of Etowah Palettes. American Antiquity 76:81-106.

2010


Bradley, J. A., M. Younge, and A. Kozlowski. 2010. The Sundler Sites: Reconstructing the Late Pleistocene Landscape and its People in the Capital Region of New York. In Soldiers, Cities, and Landscapes: Papers in Honor of Charles L. Fisher. New York State Museum Bulletin 513, edited by P. B. Drooker, and J. P. Hart, pp. 213-224. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Drooker, P. B., and J. P. Hart (editors). 2010. Soldiers, Cities, and Landscapes: Papers in Honor of Charles L. Fisher. New York State Museum Bulletin 513. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Fisher, C. L., (edited by) P. B. Drooker, (with contributions by) A. Lain, and M. Stefanik. 2010. Beneath the City: An Archaeological Perspective of Albany. New York State Museum Circular 72. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

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(4):7.

Hart, J. P., and Perttula, T. K. 2010. The Washington Square Mound Site and a Southeastern Ceremonial Complex Style Zone among the Caddo of Northeastern Texas. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 35(2):199-228.

Hutson, S. R. , B. Dahlin, and D. Mazeau. 2010. Commerce and Cooperation among the Classic Maya: The Chunchucmil Case.. In Cooperation in Economy and Society, edited by R. C. Marshall, pp. 81-103. Altamira Press, New York.

Lenardi, M. J., and D. E. Merwin. 2010. Towards Automating Artifact Analysis: A Study Showing Potential Application in Computer Vision and Morphometrics to Artifact Typology. In Morphometrics for Nonmorphometricians, edited by A. M. T. Elewa, pp. 289-305. Springer, Berlin.

Lothrop, J. C. 2010. Prehistoric Birdstones. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 5(3):16.

Lothrop, J. C., and Cremeens, D. L. 2010. 33Ms391: A Paleoindian Site in Southeastern Ohio. Current Research in the Pleistocene 27:120-122.

Orser, C. E. 2010. Encounters with Postcolonialism in Irish Archaeology. In Handbook of Postcolonial Archaeology, edited by J. Lydon, and U. Rizvi, pp. 199-214. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, California.

Orser, C. E. 2010. Foreword. In Soldiers, Cities, and Landscapes: Papers in Honor of Charles L. Fisher. New York State Museum Bulletin 513, edited by P. B. Drooker, and J. P. Hart, pp. xiii-xiv. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Orser, C. E. 2010. Three 19th-Century House Sites in Rural Ireland. Post-Medieval Archaeology 44:81-104.

Orser, C. E. 2010. Twenty-First Century Historical Archaeology. Journal of Archaeological Research 18(2):111-150.

Pickands, M. 2010. A Local Industry Reflects a Local Community--The Watts Blacksmith Shop. In Soldiers, Cities, and Landscapes: Papers in Honor of Charles L. Fisher. New York State Museum Bulletin 513, edited by P. B. Drooker, and J. P. Hart, pp. 281-293. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Rieth, C. B., and E. Horton. 2010. Stylistic and Technological Analysis of Ceramic Vessels from the Bailey Site, Onondaga County, New York. In Preserving Tradition and Understanding the Past: Papers from the Conference on Iroquois Research, 2001-2005. The New York State Museum Record 1, edited by C. Sternberg Patrick, pp. 5-14. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Staley, D. 2010. Deansboro Creamery Co. Site. Newsletter of the New York Archaeological Council (Spring):8-11.

Walsh, J. P., and Lenig, W. 2010. Not Just Another Pretty Face. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 5(4):16.

2009


Anderson, L. 2009. Update on the Schuyler Flats Burial Ground. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 5(1):9.

Cremeens, D. L., and Hart, J. P. 2009. Holocene Alluvial Geoarchaeology of the Memorial Park Site (36Cn164), West Branch Susquehanna River, Pennsylvania. Archaeology of Eastern North America 37:47-64.

Cremeens, D. L., and Lothrop, J. C. 2009. Geoarchaeology of a Strath Terrace in the Upper Ohio Valley, West Virginia. Soil Science Society of America Journal 73:390-402.

Dahlin, B. , M. Bastamow, T. Beach, Z. X Hruby, S. R. Hutson, and D. Mazeau. 2009. The Case of Phantom Lithics at Chunchucmil, Yucatan, Mexico.. In The Technology of Maya Civilization, edited by Z. X Hruby, and G. E. Braswell, Equinox Publishing, London.

Drooker, P. B. 2009. The Fort Ancient Archaeological Tradition. In Archaeology in America: An Encyclopedia, vol. 2, Midwest and Great Plains/Rocky Mountains, edited by F. P. McManamon, pp. 106-110. Greenwood Publishing Group, Westport, Connecticut.

Duggan, B. J. 2009. Understanding a Globe Basket and Its Makers. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 5(1):12-16.

Dunn, S. W. (editor). 2009. MOHICAN SEMINAR 3 The Journey--An Algonquian Peoples Seminar. New York State Museum Bulletin 511. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Fisher, C. L. 2009. Early Historic Archaeology in Albany. In Archaeology in America: An Encyclopedia, vol. 1, Northeast and Southeast, edited by F. P. McManamon, pp. 114-118. Greenwood Publishing Group, Westport, Connecticut.

Garcia, N., Feranec, R., Arsuaga, J. L., Bermudez de Castro, J. M., and Carbonell, C. 2009. Isotopic Analysis of the Ecology of Herbivores and Carnivores from the Middle Pleistocene Deposits of the Sierra de Atapuerca, Northern Spain. Journal of Archaeological Science 36:1142-1151.

Hart, J. P., and 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.

Hart, J. P., and Matson, R. G. 2009. The Use of Multiple Discriminant Analysis in Classifying Prehistoric Phytolith Assemblages Recovered from Cooking Residues. Journal of Archaeological Science 36:74-83.

Hart, J. P., Urquhart, G. R., Feranec, R. S., and Lovis, W. A. 2009. Non-linear Relationship Between Bulk d13C and Percent Maize in Carbonized Cooking Residues and the Potential of False-negatives in Detecting Maize. Journal of Archaeological Science 36:2206-2212.

Lee, E. J., Anderson, L. M., Dale, V., and Merriwether, D. A. 2009. MtDNA Origins of an Enslaved Labor Force from the 18th Century Schuyler Flatts Burial Ground in Colonial Albany, NY: Africans, Native Americans, and Malagasy?. Journal of Archaeological Science 36:2805-2810.

Lothrop, J. C. 2009. Foreword. In Paleoamericans and Paleoenvironment at the Vail site, Maine, edited by R. M. Gramly, pp. 7. Persimmon Press, North Andover, Massachusetts.

Lothrop, J. C. 2009. The New York Paleoindian Database Project: A Call for Data. New York State Archaeological Society Newsletter 5(3):6.

MacDonald, D. H., Manzano, B., Lothrop, J. C., Cremeens, D. L., Parker, K. C., and Shreckengost, B. 2009. With Mica We Mourn: Fort Ancient Mortuary Practices at Clark Rockshelter, Kentucky. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 34:249-278.

Orser, C. E. 2009. A Personal Statement about Twenty-First Century Modern-World Archaeology. In Desafios da Arqueologia: Depoimentos, edited by L. Dominguez, P. A. A. Funari, A. V. de Carvalho, and G. B. Rodrigues, pp. 233-239. Habilis Editora, Erechim, Brazil.

Orser, C. E. 2009. Review of 'Port Essington: The Historical Archaeology of a North Australian Nineteenth Century Military Outpost' by Jim Allen. Australian Archaeology 68:72-73.

Orser, C. E. 2009. The Dialectics of Scale in the Historical Archaeology of the Modern World. In Paths or Sharing Tracks? Future Directions in the Archaeological Study of Post-1550 Britain and Ireland, edited by A. Horning, and M. Palmer, pp. 7-18. Boydell and Brewer, Woodbridge, UK.

Orser, C. E. 2009. World-Systems Theory, Networks, and Modern-World Archaeology. In International Handbook of Historical Archaeology, edited by T. Majewski, and D. Gaimster, pp. 253-268. Springer, New York, New York.

Rieth, C. B. . 2009. Early European Settlement in the Northeast. In Archaeology in America: An Encyclopedia, edited by F. McManamon, L. S. Cordell, K. G. Lightfoot, and G. Milner, pp. 25-28. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut.

Rieth, C. B. . 2009. Reanalyzing Scale in the Eastern Woodlands: The View from Eastern New York.. In Iroquoian Archaeology and Analytical Scale, edited by Laurie Miroff, and Timothy Knapp, pp. 1-18. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, Tennessee.

Rieth, C.B. 2009. Trace Element Analysis of Lithic Artifacts from the Trapp's Gap Site. In The Trapps Gap Site, edited by L. Lewis Johnson, pp. 15-23. Report prepared for Vassar College, New York, New York.

Staley, D. 2009. Archaeological Hike: History Underfoot. Newsletter of the Otsego Land Trust (Summer):

Staley, D. 2009. Going Mobile: Archaeological Lessons from Historic Buckland Communities.. In Shadowlands: Legacies from the Alaska Native Past, edited by K. Pratt, pp. 123-135. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Anchorage, Alaska.

Staley, D. P. 2009. State Archaeologists Conduct Research near Route 315 Bridge over Oriskany Creek. Marshall Historical Society (May):2-3.

2008


Bernstein, D.J., and M.J. Lenardi. 2008. The Use of Lithic Resources in a Coastal Environment: Quartz Technology on Long Island, New York. In Current Approaches to the Analysis and Interpretation of Small Lithic Sites in the Northeast. New York State Museum Bulletin 508, edited by C.B. Rieth, pp. 101-110. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Feranec, R. S. 2008. Using Stable Isotopes as an Additional Tool to Understand Ancient Human Environments. Coloquios de Paleontologia 58:7-11.

Hart, J. P. 2008. Introduction. In Current Northeast Paleoethnobotany II. New York State Museum Bulletin 512, edited by J. P. Hart, pp. 1-7. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Hart, J. P. (editor). 2008. Current Northeast Paleoethnobotany II. New York State Museum Bulletin 512. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Hart, J. P. 2008. Evolving the Three Sisters: The Changing Histories of Maize, Bean, and Squash in New York and the Greater Northeast. In Current Northeast Paleoethnobotany II. New York State Museum Bulletin 512, edited by J. P. Hart, pp. 87-99. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Hart, J. P. 2008. Review of: Histories of Maize: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Prehistory, Linguistics, Biogeography, Domestication, and Evolution of Maize, edited by John E. Staller, Robert H. Tykot, and Bruce F. Benz. American Antiquity 73:375-376.

Hart, J. P. 2008. Separating the Three Sisters. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4(1):10-12.

Hart, J. P., Reber, E. A., Thompson, R. G., and Lusteck, R. 2008. Taking Variation Seriously: Evidence for Steatite Vessel Use from the Hunter's Home Site, New York. American Antiquity 76:729-741.

Higgins, S. . 2008. Suboperation 19 and 20 Complexes: a Classic-period Mound group west of Site Core. In San Estevan Archaeological Project 2008: Report to the Department of Archaeology, Belmopan, Belize, edited by R. Rosenswig, pp. 89-98. Report prepared for , Albany.

Higgins, S. . 2008. Suboperation 9, 10, and 18 Complexes: Two Small Mounds Northwest of the Site Core. In San Estevan Archaeological Project 2008: Report to the Department of Archaeology, Belmopan, Belize, edited by Rob Rosenswig, pp. 15-30. Report prepared for Institute of Mesoamerican Studies, Occational Publication No. 15.

Hutson, S. R. , Hixson, D., Magnoni, A. , Mazeau, D., and Dahlin, B. . 2008. Site and Community at Chunchucmil and Ancient Maya Urban Centers. Journal of Field Archaeology 33:19-40.

Lothrop, J. C. 2008. A New Look at Paleoindian Lifeways in the Ice Age. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4(2):8.

Orser, C.E. 2008. *CA Comment on - From an Archaeology of Iconoclasm to an Anthropology of the Body: Images, Punishment, and Personhood in England, 1500-1660 by C. Pamela Graves. Current Anthropology 49:50-51.

Orser, C. E. 2008. Ceramics: A Window to the Past. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4(2):9.

Orser, C. E. 2008. Historical Archaeology as Modern-World Archaeology in Argentina. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 12:181-194.

Orser, C. E. 2008. Historical Archaeology, Methods of. In Encyclopedia of Archaeology, edited by D. M. Pearsall, pp. 1445-1447. Elsevier, Oxford, England.

Orser, C. E. 2008. The Archaeology of African American Slave Religion in the Antebellum South. In Southern Crossroads: Perspectives on Religion and Culture, edited by W. H. Conser, Jr., and R. M. Payne, pp. 39-62. University of Kentucky Press, Lexington, Kentucky.

Orser, C. E. 2008. The Global and the Local in Modern-World Archaeology. In Constructing Post Medieval Archaeology in Italy: A New Agenda, edited by S. Gelichi, and M. Librenti, pp. 25-33. Edizioni all'Insegna de Giglio, Florence, Italy.

Orser, C. E., and C. Donnelly. 2008. Historical Archaeology in Ireland. In Encyclopedia of Archaeology, edited by D. M. Pearsall, pp. 1327-1332. Elsevier, Oxford, England.

Raoult, D., Reed, D. L., Dittmar, K., Kirchman, J. J., Rolain, J-M, Guillen, S., and Light, J. E. 2008. Molecular Identification of Lice from Pre-Columbian Mummies. The Journal of Infectious Diseases 197:535-543.

Reber, E. A., and Hart, J. P. 2008. Pine Resins and Pottery Sealing: Analysis of Absorbed and Visible Pottery Residues from Central New York State. Archaeometry 50:999-1117.

Reber, E. A., and J. P. Hart. 2008. Visible Clues: The Analysis of Visible Pottery Residues from New York State with Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometery. In Current Northeast Paleoethnobotany II. New York State Museum Bulletin 512, edited by J. P. Hart, pp. 129-139. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Rieth, C.B. (editor). 2008. Current Approaches to the Analysis and Interpretation of Small Lithic Sites in the Northeast. New York State Museum Bulletin 508. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Rieth, C. B. . 2008. Early Woodland Settlement and Land Use in Eastern New York. Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 24(2):153-166.

Rieth, C.B. 2008. Future Considerations for the Analysis and Interpretation of Small Lithic Sites in the Northeast. In Current Approaches to the Analysis and Interpretation of Small Lithic Sites in the Northeast. New York State Museum Bulletin 508, edited by C.B. Rieth, pp. 203-208. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Rieth, C.B. 2008. Introduction. In Current Approaches to the Analysis and Interpretation of Small Lithic Sites in the Northeast. New York State Museum Bulletin 508, edited by C.B. Rieth, pp. 1-7. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Rieth, C. B. . 2008. Preface. In Current Approaches to the Analysis and Interpretation of Small Lithic Sites in the Northeast. New York State Museum Bulletin 508, edited by C. B. Rieth, pp. ix. The University of the State of New York., Albany, New York.

Rieth, C. B. . 2008. Review of American Anthropology 1921-1945: Papers from the American Anthropologist. Anthropology Review Database

Rieth, C. B. 2008. The Catskill I and II Sites: Two Early Late Prehistoric Upland Camps in Eastern New York. The Bulletin: Journal of the New York Archaeological Association 123:27-35.

Rieth, C. B. , and Mackey, D. P. . 2008. Archaeological Practice and Review in New York. New York State Archaeological Association Newsletter 3(2):4-5.

Terrell, J. E., and J. P. Hart. 2008. Domesticated Landscapes. In Handbook of Landscape Archaeology, edited by B. David, and J. Thomas, pp. 328-332. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, California.

Van Nest, J. 2008. Perch Lake's Enigmatic Mounds. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4(3):14-15.

2007


Drooker, P.B. 2007. Notes on Two Noded Pipes from West Virginia. West Virginia Archeologist [for 2002] 54(1-2):47-50.

Drooker, P.B., and Hamell, G.R. 2007. Strange Creatures from the Archaeology Collection. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 3(1):8-9.

Fisher, C. L. 2007. Beneath the City: An Archaeological Perspective of Albany. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 3(1):12-13.

Fisher, C.L., Reinhard, K.J., Kirk, M., and DiVirgilio, J. 2007. Privies and Parasites: The Archaeology of Health Conditions in Albany, New York. Historical Archaeology 41(4):172-197.

Hamell, G.R. 2007. The Iroquois and the World's Rim: Speculations on Color, Culture, and Contact. In Archaeology of the Iroquois: Selected Readings & Research Sources, edited by J.E. Kerber, pp. 306-320. Syracus University Press, Syracuse, New York.

Hamell, G.R. 2007. Wampum: Lost Treasure. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 2(4):16.

Hart, J. P. 2007. A New History of Maize-Bean-Squash Agriculture in the Northeast. In Seeking Our Past: An Introduction to North American Archaeology, edited by S.W. Neusius, and G.T. Gross, pp. 600-608. Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

Hart, J. P., and H. J. Brumbach. 2007. The Death of Owasco. In Archaeology of the Iroquois: Selected Readings & Research Sources, edited by J.E. Kerber, pp. 67-88. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, New York.

Hart, J. P., Brumbach, H. J., and Lusteck, R. 2007. Extending the Phytolith Evidence for Early Maize (Zea mays ssp. mays) and Squash (Cucurbita sp.) in Central New York. American Antiquity 72:563-583.

Hart, J. P., and Lovis, W. A. 2007. A Multi-Regional Analysis of AMS and Radiometric Dates from Carbonized Food Residues. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 32:201-261.

Hart, J. P., and Lovis, W. A. 2007. The Freshwater Reservoir and Radiocarbon Dates on Charred Cooking Residues: Old Apparent Ages or a Single Outlier? Comment on Fischer and Heinemeier (2003). Radiocarbon 49(3):1403-1410.

Hart, J. P., Lovis, W. A., Schulenberg, J. K., and Urquhart, G. R. 2007. Paleodietary Implications from Stable Carbon Isotope Analysis of Experimental Cooking Residues. Journal of Archaeological Science 34(5):804-813.

Hart, J. P., R. G. Thompson, and H. J. Brumbach. 2007. Phytolith Evidence for Early Maize (Zea mays) in the Northern Finger Lakes Region of New York. In Archaeology of the Iroquois: Selected Readings & Research Sources, edited by J.E. Kerber, pp. 93-123. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, New York.

Kelly, J.E., J.A. Brown, J.M. Hamlin, L.S. Kelly, L. Kozuch, K. Parker, and J. Van Nest. 2007. Mound 34: The Context for the Early Evidence of the Southeastern Ceremonial Complex at Cahokia. In Southeastern Ceremonial Complex: Chronology, Iconography, and Meaning, edited by A. King, pp. 57-87. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Kozlowski, A. 2007. Searching Old Ground with New Methods. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 3(1):7.

Lemak, J.A. 2007. The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture/Laboratory of Anthropology. The Public Historian 29(4):93-96.

LoRusso, M. 2007. Beth Wellman (1946-2007). The Bulletin: Journal of the New York Archaeological Association 123:68.

Orser, C.E. 2007. Estate Landscapes and the Cult of the Ruin: A Lesson of Spatial Transformation in Rural Ireland. In Estate Landscapes: Design, Improvement and Power in the Post-Medieval Landscape, edited by J. Finch, and K. Giles, pp. 77- 93. Boydell and Brewe, Suffolk, England.

Orser, C. E. 2007. La promisa de una arqueologia del munto moderno en America del Sur, con especial referencia a Argentina. Revista de Arqueologia Historica Argentina y Latinoamericana 1:11-27.

Pickands, M., Schmitt, V., and Rieth, C.B. 2007. Historical Archaeology at the New York State Museum. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 3(1):14-15.

Rafferty, S., Wood, C. , and Rieth, C. B. . 2007. Archaeometric analysis of lithic outcrops from Eastern New York. North American Archaeologist 28(2):167-186.

Rieth, C. B. 2007. Public Archaeology and Education in Research and Compliance Projects: An Introduction. Northeast Anthropology 73:1-14.

Rieth, C. B., and Primeau, K. 2007. Teaching Our Teachers: A Case Study in Public Archaeology. Northeast Anthropology 73:15-27.

Rieth, C. B. , Rafferty, S., and Saputo, D . 2007. A Trace Element Analysis of Ceramics from the Pethick Site, Schoharie County, New York. North American Archaeologist 28(1):59-80.

Staley, D. 2007. Circling Back. In Shadowlands: Legacies from the Alaska Native Past, edited by K. Pratt, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Anchorage, Alaska.

Staley, D. 2007. CVS Archaeology Elective Class Excavates at the Thayer Homestead. Newsletter of the Cherry Valley Springfield Central School District 20(9):

2006


Bernstein, D. J. , and Lenardi, M. . 2006. Glacial Erratics as Sources of Lithic Raw Material: The McGregor Site on Long Island, New York. Lithic Technology 30(2):145-154.

Bradley, J. A. 2006. Before Albany An Archaeology of Native-Dutch Relations in the Capital Region 1600-1664. New York State Museum Bulletin 509. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Cardinal, J. Scott. 2006. At Home on the Delaware and Hudson Canal. Legacy 1(4):7.

de Vries, B., V. Godwin, and A. Lain. 2006. The Fortifications of el-Lejjun (Area C). In The Roman Frontier in Central Jordan: Final Report on the Limes Arabicus Project, 1980-1989, edited by S.T. Parker, pp. 187-212. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, D.C..

de Vries, B., and A. Lain. 2006. The Legionary Bath (Area C.10). In The Roman Frontier in Central Jordan: Final Report on the Limes Arabicus Project, 1980-1989, edited by S.T. Parker, pp. 213-227. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, D. C..

de Vries, B., and A. Lain. 2006. The Lime Kiln (Area O). In The Roman Frontier in Central Jordan: Final Report on the Limes Arabicus Project, 1980-1989, edited by T.S. Parker, pp. 241-246. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, D.C..

Drooker, P. B. 2006. 10,000 Years of Mohawk Valley History. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 2(1):10-12.

Fisher, C. L. 2006. A Future for the Past: The State Museum's Acquisition of Millions of Archaeological Artifacts Secures New York City's History. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 2(2):10-12.

Hutson, S. R. , A. Magnoni, D. Mazeau, and T. Stanton. 2006. The Archaeology of Urban Households at Chunchucmil, Yucatan, Mexico. In The Northern Lowlands: New Approaches to Archaeology in the Yucatan Peninsula, edited by J.P. Mathews, and B.A. Morrison, pp. 77-99. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona.

Lain, A. 2006. The Human Osteological Remains. In The Roman Frontier in Central Jordan: Final Report on the Limes Arabicus Project, 1980-1989, edited by T.S. Parker, pp. 509-516. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, D.C..

Lain, A., and S.T. Parker. 2006. The Principia of el-Lejjun (Area A). In The Roman Frontier in Central Jordan: Final Report on the Limes Arabicus Project, 1980-1989, edited by S.T. Parker, pp. 123-160. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, D.C..

Rataul, R. C. 2006. New York State's Garnetiferous Gneiss Bannerstones: The Form and Function of Flight. Northeast Anthropology 72:25-41.

Rieth, C. B. . 2006. A. R. Radcliffe-Brown. In Encyclopedia of Anthropology, edited by H. J. Birx, pp. 1981. SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, California.

Rieth, C. B. . 2006. Archaeology. In Encyclopedia of Anthropology, edited by H. J. Birx, pp. 236-244. SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, California.

Rieth, C. B. . 2006. E. E. Evans-Pritchard. In Encyclopedia of Anthropology, edited by H. J. Birx, pp. 875-876. SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, California.

Rieth, C. B. . 2006. Leslie A. White. In Encyclopedia of Anthropology, edited by J. H. Birx, pp. 2310-2311. SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, California.

Rieth, C. B. . 2006. Salvage Archaeology. In Encyclopedia of Anthropology, edited by H. J. Birx, pp. 259-261. SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, California.

Rieth, C. B. 2006. Upland Settlement and Subsistence in Eastern New York. In Proceedings of the Uplands Archaeology in the East IX Conference, edited by C. Nash , and J. Barber, pp. 2-15. Archaeological Society of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

Staley, D.P. 2006. Shadow of Doubt or Doubtful Shadows: Small-Scale Low-Density Lithic Scatters and Agrifacts. North American Archaeologist 27(2):175-199.

Thomas, T. . 2006. News from the New York State Museum. New York Archaeological Council Newsletter (Spring):3.

Van Nest, J. 2006. Rediscovering This Earth: Some Ethnogeological Aspects of the Illinois Valley Hopewell Mounds. In Recreating Hopewell, edited by D. K. Charles, and J. E. Buikstra, pp. 402-426. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

2005


Dahlin, B. H., Beach, T., Luzzadder-Beach, S., Hixson, D., Hudson, S., Mangnoni, A., Mansell, E., and Mazeau, D. E. 2005. Reconstructing Agricultural Self-Sufficiency at Chunchucmil, Yucatan, Mexico. Ancient Mesoamerica 16:229-247.

Dale, B. R. 2005. Tales from the Field. Members Update 15(4):6-7.

Drooker, P. B. 2005. A Look Back: The New York State Museum and the Capitol Fire. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 1(2):4-5.

Drooker, P. B. 2005 Rice's Woods Mortuary Artifacts: Fragments of Amber Bead(s). Report prepared for New York State Museum, Albany, New York.

Drooker, P. B. 2005 Sunwatch Cordage and Fabrics. Report prepared for Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, Dayton, Ohio, Albany, New York.

Dunn, S. W. (editor). 2005. Mohican Seminar 2 The Challenge--An Algonquian Peoples Seminar. New York State Museum Bulletin 506. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Fisher, C. L. 2005. Albany as a Military Headquarters. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 1(2):13.

Hamell, G. 2005. A Look Back: "Old Indian Life Groups.. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 1(3):5.

Hamell, G.R., and Fox, W.A. 2005. Rattlesnake Tails. Ontario Archaeology 79/80:127-149.

Hart, J. P. 2005. Discovery Now: Making Sense of Gourds. Members Update 16(1):4.

Hart, J. P., and Brumbach, H. J. 2005. Cooking Residues, AMS Dates, and the Middle-to-Late-Woodland Transition in Central New York. Northeast Anthropology 69:1-34.

Hart, J. P., Nass, J. P., and Means, B. K. 2005. Monongahela Subsistence-Settlement Change?. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 30(2):327-365.

Rieth, C. B. 2005. John Big Tree. In The Encyclopedia of New York, edited by P. Eisenstadt, and L. E. Moss, pp. 177. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY.

Rieth, C. B. 2005. Kanatsiohareke Mohawk Community. In The Encyclopedia of New York, edited by P. Eisenstadt, and L. E. Moss, pp. 832. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY.

Rieth, C. B. . 2005. Upland Settlement and Subsistence in New York. In Uplands Archaeology in the East: Symposia VIII and IX, edited by C. Nash , and M. B. Barber, pp. 3-12. Archaeological Society of Virginia, Special Publication 38-7, Richmond, Virginia.

Shoemaker, S. 2005. Secrets of Stone Flakes. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 1(2):6.

Shoemaker, S. 2005. The Alvord Plaster Mill Site. Legacy Fall:

Staley, D. P., and Mason, O. K. 2005. A Punuk Whale Bone Grave from Sivuqaq, St. Lawrence Island: Evidence of High Social Standing, A.D. 775-1020. Alaska Journal of Anthropology 2(1):126-136.

2004


Asch, D. L. 2004. Adair's 'Marsh-mallows': An Eighteenth-Century Native American Cornfield Crop in the Southeastern United States. In Aboriginal Ritual and Economy in the Eastern Woodlands: Essays in Memory of Howard Dalton Winters. Illinois State Museum Scientific Papers XXX, edited by L. A. Conrad, and J. E. Reyman, pp. 303-355. Center for American Archeology, Kampsville, Illinois.

Bollen, J. 2004. The Bakehouse. In 'The Most Advantageous Situation in the Highlands': An Archaeological Study of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site. Cultural Resources Survey Program Series 2, edited by C. L. Fisher, pp. 93-96. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Cardinal, J. S., and L. Whelan. 2004. The Spatial Distribution Plots. In 'The Most Advantageous Situation in the Highlands': An Archaeological Study of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site.. Cultural Resources Survey Program Series 2, edited by C. L. Fisher, pp. 161-162. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Charles, D. K., J. Van Nest, and J.E. Buikstra. 2004. From the Earth: Minerals and Meaning in the Hopewellian World. In Soils, Stones and Symbols: Archaeological and Anthropological Perspectives on the Mineral World, edited by N. Boivin, and M.A. Owoc, pp. 43-70. University College London Press, London.

Davis, N. 2004. The Main Barracks. In 'The Most Advantageous Situation in the Highlands': An Archaeological Study of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site.. Cultural Resources Survey Program Series 2, edited by C. L. Fisher, pp. 19-36. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Drooker, P. B. 2004 Fabric Impressed Sherds from the Kincaid Site. Report prepared for University of Illinois, Albany, New York.

Drooker, P. B. 2004 Fabrics Associated with Palettes at Etowah. Report prepared for University of North Carolina, Albany, New York.

Drooker, P.B. (editor). 2004. Perishable Material Culture in the Northeast. New York State Museum Bulletin 500. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Drooker, P. B. 2004. Perishables in the Northeast. In Perishable Material Culture in the Northeast. New York State Museum Bulletin 500, edited by P. B Drooker, pp. 1-7. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Drooker, P. B. 2004. Pipes, Leadership, and Interregional Interaction in Protohistoric Midwestern and Northeastern North America. In Smoking and Culture: Recent Developments in the Archaeology of Tobacco Pipes, edited by S. Rafferty, and R. Mann, pp. 73-141. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, Tennessee.

Drooker, P. B. 2004. The Lake George Battlefield Park Collection at the New York State Museum. Fort George Advice: The Newsletter of the Lake George Battlefield (Fort George) Alliance Spring:1-3.

Drooker, P. B. 2004. The Making of a Postage Stamp. Members Update 15(3):6.

Drooker, P. B. 2004. The William Tompkins Collection. Members Update 15(3):6.

Drooker, P. B., and G. R. Hamell. 2004. Susannah Swan's Wampum Bag. In Perishable Material Culture in the Northeast. New York State Museum Bulletin 500, edited by P. B. Drooker, pp. 197-215. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Fisher, C. L. (editor). 2004. 'The Most Advantageous Situation in the Highlands': An Archaeological Study of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site. New York State Museum Cultural Resources Survey Program Series 2. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Fisher, C. L. 2004. Archaeological Study. In 'The Most Adventageous Situation in the Highlands': An Archaeological Study of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site. New York State Museum Cultural Resources Survey Program Series 2, edited by C. L. Fisher, pp. 5-18. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Fisher, C. L. 2004. The Grand Battery. In 'The Most Adventageous Situation in the Highlands': An Archaeological Study of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site. New York State Museum Cultural Resources Survey Program Series 2, edited by C. L. Fisher, pp. 87-92. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Fisher, C. L. 2004. The Guardhouse. In 'The Most Adventageous Situation in the Highlands': An Archaeological Study of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site. New York State Museum Cultural Resources Survey Program Series 2, edited by C. L. Fisher, pp. 97-108. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Fisher, C. L. 2004. The Material World of the Soldiers. In 'The Most Adventageous Situation in the Highlands': An Archaeological Study of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site. New York State Museum Cultural Resources Survey Program Series 2, edited by C. L. Fisher, pp. 121-144. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Fisher, C. L. 2004. The Powder Magazine. In 'The Most Adventageous Situation in the Highlands': An Archaeological Study of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site. New York State Museum Cultural Resources Survey Program Series 2, edited by C. L. Fisher, pp. 115-120. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Fisher, C. L. 2004. The Soldier's Necessary. In 'The Most Adventageous Situation in the Highlands': An Archaeological Study of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site. New York State Museum Cultural Resources Survey Program Series 2, edited by C. L. Fisher, pp. 109-114. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Fisher, C. L. 2004. The Storehouse. In 'The Most Adventageous Situation in the Highlands': An Archaeological Study of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site. New York State Museum Cultural Resources Survey Program Series 2, edited by C. L. Fisher, pp. 59-72. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Funk, R.E. 2004. An Ice Age Quarry Workshop: The West Athens Hill Site Revisited. New York State Museum Bulletin 504. The University of the State of New York, Albany, NY.

Hamell, G. R. 2004. Seneca Iroquois Carved Wooden Ladles. Members Update 15(3):6.

Hart, J. P. 2004. Can Cucurbita pepo Gourd Seeds be Made Edible?. Journal of Archaeological Science 31:1631-1633.

Hart, J. P., Daniels, R. A., and Sheviak, C. A. 2004. Do Cucurbita pepo Gourds Float Fish Nets?. American Antiquity 69:141-148.

Horton, B. 2004. Faunal Analysis for the Main Barracks, Officer's Commisary, and Gaurdhouse. In 'The Most Advantageous Situation in the Highlands': An Archaeological Study of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site.. Cultural Resources Survey Program Series 2, edited by C. L. Fisher, pp. 145-154. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Malin, G. 2004. The Facial Reconstruction Process. New York State Museum Video. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Rieth, C. B. 2004. Cordage, Fabrics, and Their Use in the Manufacture of Early Late Prehistoric Vessels in New York. In Perishable Material Culture in the Northeast. New York State Museum Bulletin 500, edited by P. B. Drooker, pp. 129-142. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Rieth, C. B. 2004. The L-shaped Barracks. In 'The Most Advantageous Situation in the Highlands': An Archaeological Study of Fort Montgomery State Historic Site.. Cultural Resources Survey Program Series 2, edited by C. L. Fisher, pp. 37-58. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Thompson, R. G., Hart, J. P., Brumbach, H. J., and Lusteck, R. 2004. Phytolith Evidence for Twentieth-Century B.P. Maize in Northern Iroquoia. Northeast Anthropology 68:25-39.

Van Nest, J. 2004. Introduction to the Perch Lake Mounds. Bulletin Jefferson County Historical Society 33:8-10.

Van Nest, J. 2004. Review of "The Sheguiandah Site: Archaeological, Geological and Paleobotanical Studies at a Paleoindian Site on Manitoulin Island, Ontario", edited by P.J. Julig. Geoarchaeology 19:179-181.

2003


Asch, D. L., and J. P. Hart. 2003. Crop Domestication in Prehistoric Eastern North America. In Encyclopedia of Plant and Crop Science, edited by R. M. Goodman, pp. 304-319. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, New York.

Cook, T. M. 2003. From the Collections. Members Update 14(3):4-5.

Cremeens, D. L., and J. P. Hart (editors). 2003. Geoarchaeology of Landscapes in the Glaciated Northeast. New York State Museum Bulletin 497. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Cremeens, D. L., and J. P. Hart. 2003. Introduction. In Geoarchaeology of Landscapes in the Glaciated Northeast. New York State Museum Bulletin 497, edited by D. L. Cremeens, and J. P. Hart, pp. 1-3. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Davis, N. 2003. The Cultural Landscape at the Site of the Lutheran Church and Burial Ground. In People, Places, and Material Things: Historical Archaeology of Albany, New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 499, edited by C. L. Fisher, pp. 69-82. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Drooker, P. B. 2003. Curation of Archaeological Collections at the New York State Museum. New York Archaeological Council Newsletter Fall:1-3.

Drooker, P. B. 2003. Matting and Pliable Fabrics from Bottle Creek. In Bottle Creek: A Pensacola Culture Site in South Alabama, edited by I. W. Brown, pp. 180-193. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Fisher, C. L. 2003. Introduction to Historical Archaeological Studies of Albany. In People, Places, and Material Things: Historical Archaeology of Albany, New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 499, edited by C. L. Fisher, pp. 3-10. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Fisher, C. L. (editor). 2003. People, Places, and Material Things: Historical Archaeology of Albany, New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 499. The University of the State of New York, Albany, NY.

Fisher, C. L. 2003. Soldiers in the City: The Archaeology of the British Guard House. In People, Places, and Material Things: Historical Archaeology of Albany, New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 499, edited by C. L. Fisher, pp. 38-46. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Fisher, C. L. 2003. Trace Elements and Stable Isotope Analysis of Human Remains from the Lutheran Church Lot. In People, Places, and Material Things: Historical Archaeology of Albany, New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 499, edited by C. L. Fisher, pp. 63-68. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Funk, R. E., and R. D. Kuhn. 2003. Three Sixteenth-Century Mohawk Iroquois Village Sites. New York State Museum Bulletin 503. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Funk, R. E., Wellman, B., Decker, H. R., and Ehlers, Jr., W. F. 2003. A Small Paleo-Indian Encampment in Orange County, New York. The Bulletin: Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 119:2-28.

Gore, A. 2003. Tales from the Field: The Battle of New York. Members Update 14(3):6-7.

Hart, J. P. 2003. Rethinking the Three Sisters. Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 19:73-82.

Hart, J. P., and Brumbach, H. J. 2003. The Death of Owasco. American Antiquity 68:737-752.

Hart, J. P., Thompson, R. G., and Brumbach, H. J. 2003. Phytolith Evidence for Early Maize (Zea mays) in the Northern Finger Lakes Region of New York. American Antiquity 68:619-640.

Hauptman, L. R., and Hamell, G. R. 2003. George Catlin: The Iroquois Origins of His Indian Portrait Gallery. New York History: Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association 84(4):125-151.

Lindner, C., Hart, J. P., and Wellman, B. 2003. Death Notice, Robert E Funk. Anthropology News 44(3):

Lindner, C., Hart, J. P., and Wellman, B. 2003. In Memorium: Robert E. Funk 1932-2002. Mammoth Trumpet 18(2):7.

Terrell, J. E., Hart, J. P., Barut, S., Cellinese, N., Curet, A., Denham, T., Kusimba, C. M., Latinis, K., Oka, R., Palka, J., Pohl, M. E. D., Pope, K. O., Williams, P. R., Haines, H., and Staller, J. E. 2003. Domesticated Landscapes: The Subsistence Ecology of Plant and Animal Domestication. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 10:323-368.

Wellman, B. 2003. A Tribute to Robert E. Funk (1932-2003). The Bulletin: Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 119:64-68.

2002


Drooker, P. B. 2002. The Lewis Henry Morgan Collection at the New York State Museum. New York State Museum website http://www.nysm.nysed/morgan

Drooker, D. P. 2002. The Ohio Valley, 1550-1750: Patterns of Sociopolitical Coalescence and Dispersal. In The Transformation of the Southeastern Indians, 1540-1760, edited by R. Hudson Ethridge, and C. Hudson, pp. 115-133. University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, Mississippi.

Fisher, C. L., Gore, A., and Davis, N. 2002. An Artifact of Safe Drinking Water. Archaeology On Line News http://www.archaeology.org/online/news/waterjug.html

Hart, J. P., Asch, D. L., Scarry, C. M., and Crawford, G. W. 2002. The Age of the Common Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) in the Northern Eastern Woodlands of North America. Antiquity 76:377-385.

Hart, J. P., and B. K. Means. 2002. Maize and Villages: A Summary and Critical Assessment of Current Northeast Early Late Prehistoric Evidence. In Northeast Subsistence-Settlement Change: A.D. 700-1300. New York State Museum Bulletin 496, edited by J. P. Hart, and C. B. Rieth, pp. 342-358. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Hart, J. P., and C. B. Rieth (editors). 2002. Northeast Subsistence-Settlement Change: A.D. 700 1300. New York State Museum Bulletin 496. The University of the State of New York, Albany, NY.

Hart, J. P., and J. E. Terrell (editors). 2002. Darwin and Archaeology: A Handbook of Key Concepts. Bergin & Garvey, Westport, Connecticut.

Rieth, C. B. 2002. Analyzing Style and Technology in the Eastern Woodlands. In Materials Issues in Art and Archaeology. Proceedings 712, edited by P. V. Driver, J. Druzik, and J. Mass, pp. 213-220. Material Research Society, Washington, D. C..

Rieth, C. B. 2002. Early Late Prehistoric Settlement and Subsistence Diversity in the Southern Tier of New York. In Northeast Subsistence-Settlement Change: A.D. 700-1300. New York State Museum Bulletin 496, edited by J. P. Hart, and C. B. Rieth, pp. 209-226. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Rieth, C. B. 2002. Early Late Prehistoric Settlement: A View from Northcentral Pennsylvania. In Northeast Subsistence-Settlement Change: A.D. 700-1300. New York State Museum Bulletin 496, edited by J. P. Hart, and C. B. Rieth, pp. 135-152. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Rieth, C. B. 2002. Introduction. In Northeast Subsistence-Settlement Change: A.D. 700-1300. New York State Museum Bulletin 496, edited by J. P. Hart, and C. B. Rieth, pp. 1-10. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Rieth, C. B. 2002. Review of the Iroquoian Ceramic Industry and Its Influence by Penelope Rogers and Antoinette Rast-Eicher. Society for Archaeological Sciences Bulletin 25(2):27-29.

Rieth, C. B. 2002. Trace Element Analysis and Its Role in Analyzing Ceramics in the Eastern Woodlands. In Archaeological Chemistry: Materials, Methods, and Meaning. ACS Books Symposium Series 831, edited by K. A. Jakes, pp. 199-213. American Chemical Society, Washington, D. C..

Sopko, J. 2002. New York Knife Company. New York State Museum Cultural Resources Survey Program Series 1. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Terrell, J. E., and J. P. Hart. 2002. Introduction. In Darwin and Archaeology: A Handbook of Key Concepts, edited by J. P. Hart, and J. E. Terrell, pp. 1-13. Bergin & Garvey, Westport, Connecticut.

Van Nest, J. 2002. The Good Earthworm: How Natural Processes Preserve Upland Archaic Archaeological Sites of Western Illinois, U.S.A. Geoarchaeology 17:53-90.

2001


Baker, B. J., T.L. Varney, R.G. Wilkinson, L.M. Anderson, and M.A. Liston. 2001. Repatriation and the Study of Human Remains. In The Future of the Past: Archaeologists, Native Americans, and Repatriation, edited by T. L. Bray, pp. 69-90. Garland Publishing, New York, New York.

Drooker, P. B. 2001. Approaching Fabrics Through Impressions on Pottery. In Approaching Textiles, Varying Viewpoints. Seventh Biennial Symposium, edited by Textile Society of America, pp. 59-68. Textile Society of America, Earleville, Maryland.

Drooker, P. B. (editor). 2001. Fleeting Identities: Perishable Material Culture in Archaeological Research. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL.

Drooker, P. B. 2001. Leaving No Stone Unturned: Making the Most of Secondary Evidence for Perishable Material Culture. In Fleeting Identities: Perishable Material Culture in Archaeological Research. Center for Archaeological Investigations, edited by P. B. Drooker, pp. 170-186. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois.

Drooker, P. B. 2001. Material Culture and Perishabililty. In Fleeting Identities: Perishable Material Culture in Archaeological Research. Center for Archaeological Investigations, edited by P. B. Drooker, pp. 1-15. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois.

Drooker, P. B., and C. W. Cowan. 2001. The Dawn of History and the Transformation of the Fort Ancient Cultures of the Central Ohio Valley. In Societies in Eclipse: Archaeology of the Eastern Woodlands Indians, A.D. 1400-1700, edited by D. S. Brose, C. W. Cowan, and R. C. Mainfort, Jr., pp. 83-106. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D. C..

Hamell, G. R., and W. Rogers 2001 A Mohawk Iroquois Village: A Virtual Exhibit at the New York State Museum. Report prepared for New York State Museum, Albany, NY.

Hart, J. P. 2001. Maize, Matrilocality, Migration, and Northern Iroquoian Evolution. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 8:151-182.

Kutruff, J. T., and P. B. Drooker. 2001. Textiles from the Wickliffe Mounds Site. In Excavations at Wickliffe Mounds, edited by K. Wesler, pp. Chapter 14. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Lord, P. 2001. The Covered Locks of Wood Creek. Journal of the Society for Industrial Archeology 27(1):3-16.

Prezzano, S. C., and C. B. Rieth. 2001. Late Prehistoric Cultures of the Upper Susquehanna Valley. In Archaeology of the Appalachian Highlands, edited by L. P. Sullivan, and S. C. Prezzano, pp. 168-176. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, Tennessee.

Skiba, J. (editor). 2001. Publications of the New York State Museum. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Van Nest, J., Charles, D. K., Buikstra, J. E., and Asch, D. L. 2001. Sod Blocks in Illinois Hopewell Mounds. American Antiquity 66:633-650.

Versaggi, N., L. Wurst, T. C. Madrigal, and A. Lain. 2001. Adding Complexity to Late Archaic Research in the Northeast Appalachians. In Archaeology of the Appalachian Highlands, edited by L. P. Sullivan, and S. C. Prezzano, pp. 121-133. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, Tennessee.

2000


Baker, B. J., and Rieth, C. B. 2000. Beyond the Massacre: Historic and Prehistoric Activity at Fort William Henry. Northeast Anthropology 60:48-61.

Barber, E., Drooker, P. B., Fraquemont, E., Jones, C., and Teague, L. 2000. A Map of the Weaving World in A.D. 1000. Handwoven 21(1):42-45.

Drooker, P. B. 2000. Madisonville Focus Revisited: Reexcavating Fort Ancient from Museum Collections. In Cultures Before Contact: The Late Prehistory of Ohio and Surrounding Regions, edited by R. Genheimer, pp. 228-270. The Ohio Archaeological Council, Columbus, Ohio.

Drooker, P. B., and L. D. Webster (editors). 2000. Beyond Cloth and Cordage: Archaeological Textile Research in the Americas. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Fisher, C. L. 2000. Archaeology and the Rural Landscape. In Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Domestic Site Archaeology in New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 495, edited by J. P. Hart, and C. L. Fisher, pp. 63-78. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Fisher, C. L. 2000. The Face of Colonial Albany. Archaeology 53(2):30.

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.

Hart, J. P. 2000. New Dates on Classic New York State Sites: Just How Old Are Those Longhouses?. Northeast Anthropology 60:1-22.

Hart, J. P. 2000. Squash Down, Beans Up. Archaeology 53(1):18.

Hart, J. P., and C. L. Fisher (editors). 2000. Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Domestic Site Archaeology in New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 495. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Kuhn, R. D., and Funk, R. E. 2000. Boning on the Mohawk: An Overview of Mohawk Faunal Assemblages and Subsistence Patterns. Archaeology of Eastern North America 28:29-62.

LoRusso, M. 2000. The Betsey Prince Site: An Early Black Domestic Site on Long Island. In Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Domestic Site Archaeology in New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 495, edited by J. P. Hart, and C. L. Fisher, pp. 195-224. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Miller, C. L., and G. R. Hamell. 2000. A New Perspective on Indian-White Contact: Cultural Symbols and Colonial Trade. In American Encounters: Natives and Newcomers from European Contact to Indian Removal, 1500-1850, edited by P. C. Marshall, and J. H Merrell, pp. 177-193. Routledge, London.

Nass, J. P., and J. P. Hart. 2000. Late Prehistoric Settlement in the Lower Upper Ohio River Basin. In Cultures Before Contact: The Late Prehistory of Ohio and Surrounding Regions, edited by R. Genheimer, pp. 124-155. The Ohio Archaeological Counci, Columbus, Ohio.

Pickands, M. 2000. The Spain's Boarding House and Early Twentieth-Century Settlement in the Western Adirondacks. In Nineteenth- and Early-Twentieth Century Domestic Site Arhcaeology in New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 495, edited by J.P. Hart, and C.L. Fisher, pp. 225-240. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Sopko, J. 2000. Farmstead Archaeology and the Impact of Agrarian Change at Three Sites in Eastern New York. In Nineteenth-and Early Twentieth-Century Domestic Site Archaeology in New York State. New York State Museum Bulletin 495, edited by J.P. Hart, and C. L. Fisher, pp. 149-176. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Webster, L., and P. B. Drooker. 2000. Archaeological Textile Research in the Americas. In Beyond Cloth and Cordage: Archaeological Textile Research in the Americas, edited by P. B. Drooker, and L. Webster, pp. 1-24. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, Utah.

1999


Drooker, P. B. 1999. Carolyn Parker. Women's History in the Collections of the New York State Museum web site. http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/womenshistory/index.html

Drooker, P. B. 1999. Exotic Ceramics at Madisonville: Implications for Interaction. In Taming the Taxonomy: Toward a New Understanding of Great Lakes Archaeology, edited by R. F. Williamson, and C. M. Watts, pp. 71-82. Eastendbooks, Toronto, Ontario.

Drooker, P. B. 1999. Fabric Impressed Sherd from the Rose Hotel Site. Appendix D. In Archaeological Investigations at the Rose Hotel (11Hn-116), Hardin County, Illinois, edited by M. J. Wagner, and B. M. Butler, pp. 507-508. Report prepared for Technical Report 99-3. Center for Archaeological Investigations, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Albany, New York.

Drooker, P. B. 1999. Makers and Markets: A New Exhibit Introduces an Important Collection and a Renovated Gallery at the Peabody Museum. Symbols 1999(Spring):6-11.

Hart, J. P. 1999. Another look at Clemson's Island. Northeast Anthropology 57:19-26.

Hart, J. P. (editor). 1999. Current Northeast Paleoethnobotany. New York State Museum Bulletin 494. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Hart, J. P. 1999. Dating Roundtop's Domesticates: Implications for Northeastern Late Prehistory. In Current Northeast Paleoethnobotany. New York State Museum Bulletin 494, edited by J. P. Hart, pp. 47-68. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Hart, J. P. 1999. Introduction. In Current Northeast Paleoethnobotany. New York State Museum Bulletin 494, edited by J. P. Hart, pp. 1-10. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Hart, J. P. 1999. Maize Agriculture Evolution in the Eastern Woodlands of North America: A Darwinian Perspective. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 6:137-180.

Hart, J. P., and Scarry, C. M. 1999. The Age of Common Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) in the Northeastern United States. American Antiquity 64:653-658.

Miller, N. G. 1999. Lamb Site Pollen and Macro-fossils. In The Lamb Site: A Pioneering Clovis Encampment, edited by R. M. Gramly, pp. 107, 108. Persimmon Press, Buffalo, New York.

1998


Corbin, J. A., and Hart, J. P. 1998. The Washington Square Mound Site: A Middle Caddo Mound Complex in South Central East Texas. Texas Archaeological Society Bulletin 69:47-78.

Cremeens, D. L., Hart, J. P., and Darmody, R. G. 1998. Complex Pedostratigraphy of a Terrace Fragipan at the Memorial Park Site, Central Pennsylvania. Geoarchaeology 13:339-359.

Funk, R. E. 1998. Archaeological Investigations in the Upper Susquehanna Valley, New York State, Volume 2. Persimmon Press, Buffalo, New York.

Funk, R. E., and B. Wellman. 1998. The Crandall-Wells Locality. In Archaeological Investigations in the Upper Susquehanna Valley, New York State, Volume 2, edited by R. E. Funk, pp. 237-239. Persimmon Press, Buffalo, New York.

Hamell, G. R. 1998. Long-Tail: The Panther in Huron-Wyandot and Seneca Myth, Ritual and Material Culture. In Icons of Power: Feline Symbolism in the Americas, edited by N. J. Saunders, pp. 258-286. Routledge, New York.

Mainfort, R. C., Jr., and L. P. Sullivan (editors). 1998. Ancient Earthen Enclosures of the Eastern Woodlands. Florida Museum of Natural History, Ripley P. Bullen Series. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Mainfort, R. C., Jr., and L. P. Sullivan. 1998. Explaining Earthen Enclosures. In Ancient Earthen Enclosures of the Eastern Woodlands. Florida Museum of Natural History, Ripley P. Bullen Series, edited by R. C., Jr. Mainfort, and L. P. Sullivan, pp. 1-16. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Neusius, S. W., L. P. Sullivan, P. D. Neusius, and C. M. Milner. 1998. Fortified Village or Mortuary Site? Exploring the Use of the Ripley Site. In Ancient Earthen Enclosures of the Eastern Woodlands. Florida Museum of Natural History, Ripley P. Bullen Series, edited by R. C., Jr. Mainfort, and L. P. Sullivan, University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Wellman, B. 1998. The Street Site (One 44-2). In Archaeological Investigations in the Upper Susquehanna Valley, New York State, Volume 2, edited by R. E. Funk, pp. 123-143. Persimmon Press, Buffalo, New York.

1997


Green, W. G., and Sullivan, L. P. 1997. Pits and Pitfalls: An Analysis of Pit Features and Site Function at the Ripley Site. Northeast Anthropology 53:1-21.

Hart, J. P., and Asch Sidell, N. 1997. Additional Evidence for Early Cucurbit Use in the Northern Eastern Woodlands East of the Allegheny Front. American Antiquity 62:523-537.

Steadman, D. W., Stafford, T. W., and Funk, R. E. 1997. Nonassociation of Paleoindians with AMS-Dated Late Pleistocene Mammals from the Dutchess Quarry Caves, New York. Quaternary Research 47:105-116.

1996


Anderson, L. M. 1996. Vine Valley Revisited. In A Golden Chronograph for Robert E. Funk. Occasional Publications in Northeastern Anthropology 15, edited by C. Lindner, and E. V. Curtin, pp. 155-161. Archaeological Services, Bethlehem, Connecticut.

Feister, L. M., and Sopko, J. S. 1996. 18th- and Early 19th-Century Brickmaking at the John Jay Homestead: The Process, Products, and Craftsmen. Northeast Historical Archaeology 25:51-68.

Fisher, C. L., and Huey, P. R. 1996. Current Research and Future Directions in Archaeology at the Bureau of Historic Sites. Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 12:163-177.

Hamell, G. R. 1996. Wampum. In Encyclopedia of North American Indians: Native American History, Culture, and Life from Paleo-Indians to the Present, edited by F. E. Hoxie, pp. 662-664. , Houghton Mifflin Company, Massachusetts.

Hart, J. P. 1996. Review of Native American Interactions: Multiscalar Analyses and Interpretations in the Eastern Woodlands, edited by Michael S. Nassaney and Kenneth E. Sassaman. Southeastern Archaeology 15:261-263.

Hart, J. P., and Asch Sidell, N. 1996. Prehistoric Agricultural Systems in the West Branch of the Susquehanna River Basin, A.D. 800 to A.D. 1350. Northeast Anthropology 52:1-30.

Starna, W. A., and Hamell, G. R. 1996. History and the Burden of Proof: The Case of Iroquois Influence on the U.S. Constitution. New York History 77:427-452.

Sullivan, L. P. (editor). 1996. Reanalyzing the Ripley Site: Earthworks and Late Prehistory on the Lake Erie Plain. New York State Museum Bulletin 489. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Wellman, B. 1996. New York State Museum Site 303. In A Golden Chronograph for Robert E. Funk. Occasional Publications in Northeastern Anthropology 15, edited by C. Lindner, and E. V. Curtin, pp. 109-118. Archaeological Services, Bethlehem, Connecticut.

1995


Cremeens, D. L., and J. P. Hart. 1995. On Chronostratigraphy, Pedostratigraphy, and Archaeological Context. In Pedological Perspectives in Archaeological Research, edited by M. E. Collins, B. J. Carter, B. G. Gladfelter, and R. J. Southard, pp. 15-34. Soil Science Society of America, Madison, Wisconsin.

Fisher, C. L. 1995. The Archaeology of Provincial Officers Huts at Crown Point State Historic Site. Northeast Historical Archaeology 24:65-86.

Hart, J. P. 1995. Storage and Monongahela Subsistence-Settlement Change. Archaeology of Eastern North America 23:41-56.

Hart, J. P., and Nass, J. P. 1995. Modeling Monongahela Subsistence-Settlement Change: Introduction. Archaeology of Eastern North America 23:23-26.

Hart, J. P., and J. P. Nass (editors). 1995. Papers from the Monongahela Symposium, 59th ESAF Meeting, Pittsburgh, 1992. Archaeology of Eastern North America 23. Eastern States Archaeological Federation, Augusta, Maine.

Steadman, D. W. 1995. Prehistoric Extinctions of Pacific Island Birds: Biodiversity Meets Archaeozoology. Science 267:1123-1131.

Sullivan, L. P. 1995. Mississippian Household and Community Organization in Eastern Tennessee. In Mississippian Communities and Households, edited by D. Rogers, and B. D. Smith, pp. 99-123. The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Sullivan, L. P. (editor). 1995. The Prehistory of the Chickamauga Basin in Tennessee by Thomas M.N. Lewis and Madeline D. Kneberg Lewis, 2 volumes. University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, Tennessee.

Sullivan, L. P., Neusius, S. W., and Neusius, P. D. 1995. Earthworks and Mortuary Sites on Lake Erie: Believe it or Not at the Ripley Site. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 20:115-142.

1994


Funk, R. E., and D. W. Steadman. 1994. Archaeological and Paleoenvironmental Investigations in the Dutchess Quarry Caves, Orange County, New York. Persimmon Press, Buffalo, New York.

Hamell, G. R. 1994. Introduction. In Skunny Wundy: Seneca Indian Tales by Arthur C. Parker, edited by Syracuse University Press, pp. xv-xx. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, New York.

Hart, J. P. 1994. Review of Archeology in the Eastern Planning Region, Texas: A Planning Document. Southeastern Archaeology 13:199-200.

Hart, J. P. 1994. Archaeological Investigations at the Mon City site (36WA737), Washington County, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 64(3):7-39.

Kuhn, R., and R. E. Funk. 1994. Mohawk Interaction Patterns During the Late Sixteenth Century. In Proceedings of the 1992 People to People Conference: Selected Papers. Research Records 23, edited by C. F., III Hayes, C. C. Bodner, and L. P. Saunders, pp. 77-84. Rochester Museum and Science Center, Rochester, New York.

Lord, P., Jr. 1994. Taverns, Forts, and Castles: Rediscovering Kin Hendrick's Village. Northeast Geology 52:62-94.

Starna, W. A., and Funk, R. E. 1994. The Place of the In-Situ Theory in American Archaeology. Northeast Anthropology 47:45-54.

Steadman, D. W., and Intoh, M. 1994. Biogeography and Prehistoric Exploitation of Birds from Fais Island, Yap State, Federated States of Micronesia. Pacific Science 48:116-135.

Steadman, D. W., Vargas, C. P., and Christino, F. C. 1994. Stratigraphy, Chronology, and Cultural Context of an Early Faunal Assemblage from Easter Island. Asian Perspectives 33:79-96.

Sullivan, L. P. 1994. Madeline Kneberg Lewis: An Original Southeastern Archaeologist. In Women in Archaeology, edited by C. Claassen, pp. 110-119. The University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1993


Funk, R. E. 1993. Archaeological Investigations in the Upper Susquehanna Valley, New York State, Volume 1. Persimmon Press, Buffalo, New York.

Funk, R. E., and B. Wellman. 1993. Field and Laboratory Methods. In Archaeological Investigations in the Upper Susquehanna Valley, New York State, Volume 1, edited by R. E. Funk, pp. 33-40. Persimmon Press, Buffalo, New York.

Kuhn, R., Funk, R. E., and Pendergast, J. F. 1993. The Evidence for A St. Lawrence Iroquoian Presence in Sixteenth Century Mohawk Sites. Man in the Northeast 45:77-86.

Lord, P. Jr. 1993. Wings Dams at Snouk's Rapid: A Proto-Lock on the Mohawk River. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 106:1-7.

1992


Funk, R. E. 1992. Some Major Wetlands in New York State: A Preliminary Assessment of Their Biological and Cultural Potential. Man in the Northeast 43:25-41.

Funk, R. E. 1992. The Tivoli Bays as a Middle-Scale Setting for Cultural-Ecological Research. The Hudson Valley Regional Review 9(1):1-24.

Funk, R. E., and Pfeiffer, J. E. 1992. Prehistoric Adaptations on Fishers Island, New York: A Progress Report. Northeast Historical Archaeology 21-22:11-43.

Hamell, G. R. 1992. The Iroquois and the World's Rim: Speculations on Color, Culture, and Contact. American Indian Quarterly 16:451-469.

Steadman, D. W. 1992. New Species of Gallicolumba and Macropygia (Aves: Columbidae) from Archeological Sites in Polynesia. In Papers in Avian Paleontology Honoring Pierce Brodkorb. Science Series 36, edited by J. J. Becker , pp. 329-348. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles, California.

Steadman, D. W., and Pahlavan, D. S. 1992. Extinction and Biogeography of Huahine, Society Islands, French Polynesia. Geoarchaeology 7:449-483.

Sullivan, L. P. 1992. Arthur C. Parker's Contributions to New York State Archaeology. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 104:3-8.

Sullivan, L. P. 1992. Managing Archeological Resources from the Museum Perspective. Technical Brief 13. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Cultural Resources, Washington, D. C..

1991


Funk, R. E. 1991. Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Adaptations in the Lower Hudson Valley. In The Archaeology and Ethnohistory of the Lower Hudson Valley and Adjoining Regions: Essays in Honor of Louis A. Brennan. Occasional Publications in Northeast Anthropology 11, edited by H. C. Kraft, pp. 49-67. , Bethlehem, Connecticut.

Funk, R. E. 1991. The Middle Archaic in New York. Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 7:7-18.

Gramly, R. M., and R. E. Funk. 1991. Olive Branch: A Large Dalton and pre-Dalton Encampment at Thebes Gap, Alexander County, Illinois. In The Archaic Period in the Mid-South, Proceedings of the 1989 Mid-South Arhcaeological Conference, Memphis, Tennessee. Archaeological Reports 24, edited by C. H. McNutt, pp. 23-34. Mississippi Department of Archives and History.

Kirch, P. V., Finley, J. R., and Steadman, D. W. 1991. A Radiocarbon Chronology for Human-induced Environmental Change on Mangaia, Southern Cook Islands, Polynesia. Radiocarbon 33:317-328.

Steadman, D. W., Stafford, Jr., T. W., Donahue, D. J., and Jull, A. J. T. 1991. Chronology of Holocene Vertebrate Extinction in the Gal?pagos Islands. Quaternary Research 36:126-133.

1990


Allen, M. S., and Steadman, D. W. 1990. Excavations at the Ureia Site, Aitutaki, Cook Islands: Preliminary Results. Archaeology in Oceania 25:24-37.

Gramly, R. M., and Funk, R. E. 1990. What is Known and Not Known about the Human Occupation of the Northeastern United States until 10,000 B. P.. Archaeology of Eastern North America 18:5-31.

Lord, P., Jr. 1990. Documenting Prehistoric Habitation in Your Community: A Guide for Local Historians. New York State Museum Circular 55. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Sullivan, L. P. (editor). 1990. A Guide to Archaeological Collections of the New York State Museum. New York State Museum Circular 53. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1989


Allen, M. S., and Steadman, D. W. 1989. More Bird Bones from Polynesian Archeological Sites on Henderson Island, Pitcairn Group, South Pacific. Atoll Research Bulletin 325:1-18.

Funk, R. E. 1989. Some Contributions of Archaeology in the Study of Cave and Rockshelter Sediments: Examples from Eastern New York. Man in the Northeast 37:35-112.

Funk, R. E., and Wellman, B. 1989. A Major Quarry-Workshop Site Near Cherry Valley, New York. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 59(2):22-45.

Lord, P., Jr. 1989. The Evolution of Native Cooking Vessels in New York State. New York State Museum Education Leaflet 30. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Steadman, D. W. 1989. A new species of Starling (Sturnidae, Aplonis) From an Archaeological Site on Huahine, Society Islands. Notornis 36:161-169.

Steadman, D. W. 1989. Extinction of birds in Eastern Polynesia: A Review of the Record, and Comparisons with other Pacific Island Groups. Journal of Archaeological Science 16:177-205.

1988


Dineen, R., and R. E. Funk. 1988. Glacial lake Albany and Its Successors in the Hudson Lowlands. In Field Trip Guide AMQUA 1988. Contribution 63, edited by J. Bringham-Grette, pp. 1-6. Department of Deology and Geography, University of Amherst, Amherst, Massachusetts.

Funk, R. E. 1988. The Laurentian Concept: A Review. Archaeology of Eastern North America 16:1-42.

Funk, R. E., and Pfeiffer, J. E. 1988. Archaeological and Paleoenvironmental Investigations on Fishers Island, New York. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut 51:69-110.

Funk, R. E., and Walsh, J. 1988. Evidence of Late Paleo-Indian Occupation at Saratoga Lake, New York. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 96:1-4.

Funk, R. E., Wellman, B., and Elliott, R. 1988. An Unusual Concentration of Biface Blades from Schenectady County, New York. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 96:8-16.

Laub, R. S., N. G. Miller, and D. W. Steadman (editors). 1988. Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Paleoecology and Archeology of the Eastern Great Lakes Region. Bulletin 33. Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences, Buffalo, New York.

Steadman, D. W. 1988. A New Species of Porphyrio (Aves: Rallidae) from Archaeological Sites in the Marquesas Islands. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 101:162-170.

Steadman, D. W. 1988. Vertebrates from the Late Quaternary Hiscock Site, Genesee County, New York. In Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Paleoecology and Archaeology of the Eastern Great Lakes Region. Bulletin 33, edited by R. S. Laub, Miller N. G., and D. W. Steadman, pp. 95-113. Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences, Buffalo, New York.

Steadman, D. W., Schubel, S. E., and Pahlavan, D. 1988. A New Subspecies and New Records of Papasula abbotti (Aves: Sulidae) from Archeological Sites in the Tropical Pacific. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 101:487-495.

1987


Hamell, G. R. 1987. Mohawks Abroad: The 1764 Amsterdam Etching of Sychnecta. In Indians and Europe: An Interdisciplinary Collections of Essays, edited by C. F. Feest, pp. 175-193. Editions Herodot, Rader-Verlag, Aachen, Germany.

Hamell, G. R. 1987. Mythical realities and European Contact in the Northeast During the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Man in the Northeast 33:63-87.

Hamell, G. R. 1987. Review of "Onondaga: Portrait of a People" by Dennis J. Connors, Laurence M. Hauptman, and Ray Gonyea. Ethnohistory 34:407-410.

Hamell, G. R. 1987. Strawberries, Floating Islands, and Rabbit Captains: Mythical Realities and European Contact in the Northeast During the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Journal of Canadian Studies 21(4):72-94.

Steadman, D., and Funk, R. E. 1987. New Paleontological and Archaeological Investigations at Dutchess Quarry Cave No. 8, Orange County, New York. Current Research in the Pleistocene 4:117-120.

Steadman, D. W., and Zarriello, M. C. 1987. Two New Species of Parrots (Aves: Psittacidae) from Archeological Sites in the Marquesas Islands. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 100:518-528.

1986


Miller, C. L., and Hamell, G. R. 1986. A New Perspective on Indian-White Contact: Cultural Symbols and Colonial Trade. The Journal of American History 73:311-328.

1985


Steadman, D. W., and Olson, S. L. 1985. Bird Remains from an Archaeological Site on Henderson Island, South Pacific: Man Caused Extinctions on an. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 82:6191-6195.

1984


Dineen, R. J., P. Huey, and E. M. Reilly. 1984. Geology and Land Uses in the Pine Bush, Albany County, New York. New York State Museum Circular 47. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Funk, R. E. 1984. Recent Advances in Connecticut Archaeology: The View from New York. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut 47:129-143.

Funk, R. E., and Wellman, B. 1984. Evidence of Early Holocene Occupations in the Upper Susquehanna Valley, New York State. Archaeology of Eastern North America 12:81-109.

Funk, R. E., and Wellman, B. 1984. The Corditaipe Site: A Small Isolated Paleo-Indian Camp in the Upper Mohawk Valley. Archaeology of Eastern North America 12:72-80.

Hamell, G. R. 1984. Metaphor, Myth, and Contemporary Iroquois History. The Iroquoian 9:24-31.

Ritchie, W. A., and Funk, R. E. 1984. Paleo-Indians in New Perspective: Comments on the Assembled Papers. Archaeology of Eastern North America 12:1-4.

Starna, W. A., Hamell, G. R., and Butts, W. L. 1984. Northern Iroquoian Horticulture and Insect Infestation: A Cause for Village Removal. Ethnohistory 31:197-207.

1983


Funk, R. E. 1983. Some Observations on Paleo-Indian Studies in the East. Archaeology of Eastern North America 11:18-19.

Funk, R. E. 1983. The Northeastern United States. In Ancient North Americans, edited by J. D. Jennings, pp. 302-371. W. H. Freeman and Company, San Francisco, California.

Hamell, G. R. 1983. Trading in Metaphors: The Magic of Beads, Another Perspective Upon Indian-European Contact in Northeastern North America. In Proceedings of the 1982 Glass Trade Bead Conference. Research Records 16, edited by C. F. Hayes, III, pp. 5-28. Rochester Museum and Science Center, Rochester, New York.

Lord, P., Jr. 1983. Mills on the Tsatsawassa: Techniques for Documenting Early 19th Century Water Powered Industry in Rural New York. New York State Museum, The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1982


Funk, R. E. 1982. Review of "The Original Vermonters: Native Inhabitants Past and Present" by W. Haviland and M. Power. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut 45:93-101.

Wellman, B. 1982. A Survey of New York Fluted Points. In: , pp. 39-40, 1982. Archeology of Eastern North America 10:39-40.

1981


Funk, R. E. 1981. Review of "The Archaeology of New England" by Dean R. Snow. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut 44:90-96.

Hamell, G. R. 1981. Earthenwares and Salt-glazed Stonewares of the Rochester-Genesee Valley Region: An Overview.. Northeast Historical Archaeology 7-9:1-14.

Lord, P., Jr. 1981. Major Aboriginal Projectile Points in New York State. Popular Archaeology 10(1-2):9-11.

1980


Funk, R. E. 1980. Review of "6LF21: A Paleo-Indian Site in Western Connecticut" by Roger W. Moeller. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut 43:94-97.

Kopper, J. S., Funk, R. E., and Dumont, L. 1980. Additional Paleo-Indian and Archaic Materials from the Dutchess Quarry Cave Area, Orange County, New York. Archaeology of Eastern North America 8:125-137.

1979


Funk, R. E. 1979. The Early and Middle Archaic in New York as Seen from the Upper Susquehanna River Valley, New York. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 75:23-38.

Kirkland, J. T., and Funk, R. E. 1979. Archaeological Chronology and Postglacial Alluvial Regimes in the Upper Susquehanna River Valley, New York. Northeast Geology 1:60-68.

Lord, P., Jr. 1979. Prehistoric Archeology and the New York State Museum. New York State Museum Education Leaflet 22. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ritchie, W. A. 1979. Some Regional Ecological Factors in the Prehistory of Man in the Northeast. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 75:14-23.

Ritchie, W. A. 1979. The Otter Creek No. 2 Site in Rutland County, Vermont. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 76:1-21.

1978


Funk, R. E. 1978. Hudson Valley Prehistory: Current Status, Problems, and Prospects. In Neighbors and Intruders: An Ethnohistorical Exploration of the Indians of Hudson's River. Mercury Series 39, edited by L. Hauptman, and J. Campisi, pp. 1-87. National Museum of Canada, Ottawa.

Funk, R. E. 1978. Post Pleistocene Adaptations. In Northeast. Handbook of North American Indians 15, edited by B. Trigger, pp. 16-27. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C..

Funk, R.E. 1978. Review of "Meadowood Phase Settlement Pattern in the Niagara Frontier Region of Western New York State" by Joseph E. Granger, Jr.. American Anthropologist 82:884-885.

1977


Funk, R. E. 1977. Early Cultures in the Hudson Drainage Basin. In Amerinds and their Paleoenvironments in Northeastern North America. Annals 288, edited by W. S. Newman, and B. Salwen, pp. 316-332. New York Academy of Sciences.

Funk, R. E. 1977. Early to Middle Archaic Occupations in Upstate New York. In Current Perspectives in Northeastern Archeology: Essays in Honor of William A. Ritchie. Researches and Transactions 17, edited by R. E. Funk, and C. F. Hayes, pp. 21-29. New York State Archaeological Association, Rochester and Albany, New York.

Funk, R. E. 1977. The Earliest Aboriginal Occupations of New York State. In Archaeology and Geochronology of the Susquehanna and Schoharie Regions: Proceedings of the Yager Conference, edited by J. Cole, and L. Godfrey, pp. 32-40. Hartwick College, Oneonta, New York.

Funk, R. E., and C. F. Hayes (editors). 1977. Current Perspectives in Northeastern Archeology: Essays in Honor of William A. Ritchie. Researches and Transactions 17. New York State Archaeological Association, Rochester and Albany, New York.

Funk, R. E., J. Kirkland, and D. M. Lewis. 1977. Geological Contexts of Archaeological Sites on the Susquehanna River Flood Plain. In Guidebook, edited by P. C. Wilson, pp. . Report prepared for 49th Annual Meeting of the New York State Geological Association, Oneonta, New York.

Funk, R. E., and B. E. Rippeteau. 1977. Adaptation, Continuity, and Change in Upper Susquehanna Prehistory. Occasional Paper 3. Man in the Northeast, George's Mill, New Hampshire.

1976


Funk, R. E. 1976. Recent Contributions to Hudson Valley Prehistory. New York State Museum Memoir 22. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1975


Funk, R. E. 1975. An Evaluation from the New York State Perspective. In The Archaeology of the Tocks Island Area, edited by H. C. Kraft, pp. xiii-xv. Seton Hall University Press, South Orange, New Jersey.

1974


Funk, R. E. 1974. Review of "Archeology in the Upper Delaware Valley: A Study of the Cultural Chronology of the Tocks Island Reservoir" by H. C. Kraft, P. Marchiando, and D. J. Werner. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 44(1-2):26-30.

Funk, R. E., Rippeteau, B. E., and Houck, R. M. 1974. Recent Researches in the Upper Susquehanna Valley, New York State. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 44(3):1-31.

1973


Funk, R. E. 1973. Review of "Onondaga Iroquois Prehistory" by James A. Tuck. American Journal of Archaeology 77:118-120.

Funk, R. E., Rippeteau, B. E., and Houck, R. M. 1973. A Preliminary Cultural Framework for the Upper Susquehanna Valley. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 57:11-27.

Ritchie, W. A., and R. E. Funk. 1973. Aboriginal Settlement Patterns in the Northeast. New York State Museum Memoir 20. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1972


Funk, R. E. 1972. Early Man in the Northeast and the Late-Glacial Environment. Man in the Northeast 4:7-39.

Funk, R. E., and Hoagland, H. 1972. An Archaic Camp Site in the Upper Susquehanna Drainage. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 56:11-22.

Funk, R. E., and Hoagland, H. 1972. The Davenport Creamery Site, Delaware County, New York. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 54:1-11.

Funk, R. E., and Lord, Jr., P. 1972. Two Stratified Alluvial Sites in the Upper Hudson Valley. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 42(1-2):27-61.

1971


Funk, R. E., Walters, G. R., and Scott, W. E. 1971. A Stratified Rockshelter in the Upper Delaware Valley. Man in the Northeast 2:23-50.

Ritchie, W. A. 1971. A Typology and Nomenclature for New York Projectile Points (Second, revised edition). New York State Museum Bulletin 384. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ritchie, W. A. 1971. The Archaic in New York. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 52:2-12.

Ritchie, W. A., and Funk, R. E. 1971. Evidence for Early Archaic Occupations on Staten Island. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 41(3):45-59.

1970


Funk, R. E., Fisher, D. W., and Reilley, Jr., E. M. 1970. Caribou and Paleo-Indian in New York State: A presumed Association. American Journal of Science 268:181-186.

1969


Funk, R. E., Walters, G. R., and Ehlers, Jr., W. F. 1969. A Radiocarbon Date for Early Man from the Dutchess Quarry Cave. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 46:19-21.

Funk, R. E., Walters, G. R., Ehlers, Jr., W. F., Guilday, J. E., and Connally, G. G. 1969. The Archeology of Dutchess Quarry Cave, Orange County, N.Y.. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 39(1-4):7-22.

Funk, R. E., Weinman, P., and Weinman, T. 1969. The Kings Road Site: A Recentlt Discovered Paleo-Indian Manifestation in Greene County, New York. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 45:1-23.

Ritchie, W. A. 1969. Ground Slates: East and West. American Antiquity 34:385-391.

Ritchie, W. A. 1969. The Archaeology of Martha's Vineyard. A Framework for the Prehistory of Southern New England: A Study in Coastal Ecology and Adaptation. Natural History Press, Garden City, New Jersey.

Ritchie, W. A. 1969. The Archaeology of New York State (Revised second edition). Natural History Press, Garden City, New York.

Ritchie, W. A. 1969. The Perch Lake Mounds. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 46:1-10.

Weinman, P. L. 1969. A Bibliography of Iroquoian Literature. New York State Museum Bulletin 411. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1968


Funk, R. E. 1968. A Middle Woodland Complex in Eastern New York. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 44:1-7.

Ritchie, W. A. 1968. The KI Site, The Vergennes Phase, and the Laurentian Tradition. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 42:1-5.

1967


Funk, R. E. 1967. A Paleo-Indian Site in the Hudson Valley. Eastern States Archaeological Federation Bulletin 26:9-10.

Funk, R. E. 1967. Garoga: A Late Prehistoric Iroquois Village in the Mohawk Valley. In Iroquois Culture, History, and Prehistory, edited by E. Tooker, pp. 81-84. New York State Museum, Albany, New York.

Funk, R. E., Weinman, P., and Weinman, T. 1967. The Knapp Site: A Small Multicomponent Camp on Lake George, New York. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 41:1-10.

Ritchie, W. A. 1967. The Kelso Site: Its Significance for the Problem of Iroquois Origins. In Iroquois Culture, History, and Prehistory, edited by E. Tooker, pp. 71-73. New York State Museum, Albany, New York.

1966


Fenton, W. N. 1966. Field Work, Museum Studies, and Ethnohistorical Research. Ethnohistory 13:71-85.

Fenton, W. N., and Collier, D. 1966. Problems in Ethnological Research in North American Museums. Museologist 99:12-16.

Funk, R. E. 1966. The Significance of Three Radiocarbon Dates from the Sylvan Lake Rockshelter. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 36:18-26.

Funk, R. E., Weinman, P., and Weinman, T. 1966. The Burnt Hills Phase: Regional Middle Woodland at Lake George, New York. Bulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 37:1-20.

1965


Collier, D., and Fenton, W. N. 1965. Problems of Ethnological Research in Museums. Man 100:111-112.

Fenton, W. N. 1965. From Longhouse to Ranch-type House. Proceedings, Conference on Iroquois Research 16:7-22.

Fenton, W. N. 1965. The Iroquois Confederacy in the Twentieth Century: A Case Study of the Theory of Lewis H. Morgan in 'Ancient Society'. Ethnology 4:251-265.

Fenton, W. N. 1965. The Journal of James Emlen Kept on a Trip to Canandaigua, New York. Ethnohistory 12:279-342.

Funk, R. E. 1965. The Archaic of the Hudson Valley: New Evidence and New Interpretations. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 35(3-4):139-160.

Funk, R. E. 1965. The Sylvan Lake Rockshelter and Its Contribution to Knowledge of the Archaic Stage in Eastern New York. New York State Archaeological Society Bulletin 33:2-12.

Funk, R. E., Weinman, P., and Weinman, T. 1965. A Stratified Site at Lake George. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 35(1):4-18.

Ritche, W. A. 1965. The "Small Stemmed Point" in New England. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 35(3-4):134-138.

Ritchie, W. A. 1965. The Archaeology of New York State. Natural History Press, Garden City, New York.

Ritchie, W. A. 1965. The Development of Aboriginal Settlement Patterns in the Northeast and Their Socio-Economic Correlates. Proceedings of the 21st Southeastern Archaeological Conference Bulletin 3:25-29.

1964


Diamond, S., Sturtevant, W. C., and Fenton, W. N. 1964. Memorandum Submitted to Subcommittees on Indian Affairs of the Senate and House of Representatives. American Anthropologist 66:631-633.

Funk, R. E. 1964. Archeological Investigations at the Dennis Site, Albany County. New York State Archaeological Society Bulletin 32:18-21.

Funk, R. E., and Johnson, R. A. 1964. A Probable Paleo-Indian Component in Green County, New York. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 34(1):43-46.

Funk, R. E., and Schambach, F. 1964. Probable Plano Points in New York State. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 34(2):90-93.

1963


Fenton, W. N. 1963. The Seneca Green Corn Ceremony. The Conservationist 18(2):20-22, 27-28.

Fenton, W. N. 1963. The Seneca Green Corn Ceremony: A Revealing Glimpse into the Life and Mind of New York Indians. N.Y. State Conservation Dept., Division of Conservation Education, Albany, New Jersey.

Ritchie, W. A. 1963. Archaeology: Western Hemisphere. Encyclopedia Britannica, Book of the Year 1962:35-36.

1962


Fenton, W. N. 1962. 'This Island, the World on the Turtle's Back'. Journal of American Folklore 75:283-300.

Fenton, W. N. 1962. Ethnohistory and its Problems. Ethnohistory 9:1-23.

Fenton, W. N. 1962. Lewis Henry Morgan (1818-1881): Pioneer Ethnologist. Corinth Reprint of The League of the Iroquois v-xviii.

Funk, R. E. 1962. How Archeologists Dig and Why. New York State Museum Education Leaflet 11. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ritchie, W. A. 1962. Archeology: Western Hemisphere. Encyclopedia Britannica, Book of the Year 35-38.

Ritchie, W. A. 1962. Northeast Crossties with the Arctic. In Prehistoric Cultural Relations Between the Arctic and Temperate Zones of North America. Technical Paper 11, edited by J. M. Campbell, pp. 96-99. Arctic Institute of North America, Montreal, Quebec.

Ritchie, W. A. 1962. The Antiquity of Pottery in the Northeast. American Antiquity 27:583-584.

1961


Fenton, W. N. 1961. Iroquoian Culture History: A General Evaluation. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 180:257-277.

Fenton, W. N. (editor). 1961. Symposium on Local Diversity in Iroquois Culture. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 149. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C..

Fenton, W. N., and J. Gulick (editors). 1961. Symposium on Cherokee and Iroquois Culture. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 180. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C..

Ritchie, W. A. 1961. A Typology and Nomenclature for New York Projectile Points. New York State Museum Bulletin 384. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New Jersey.

Ritchie, W. A. 1961. Archaeology: Western Hemisphere. Encyclopedia Britannica, Book of the Year 1961:51-53.

Ritchie, W. A. 1961. Highway Construction Salvage Problems. Archaeology 14:241-244.

Ritchie, W. A. 1961. Iroquois Archeology and Settlement Patterns. In Symposium on Cherokee and Iroquois Culture. American Ethnological Bulletin 180, edited by W. N. Fenton, and J. Gulick, pp. 27-38. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C..

Ritchie, W. A., and Dragoo, D. W. 1961. Comments on Griffin's Review of The Eastern Dispersal of Adena. American Antiquity 27:115-117.

1960


Fenton, W. N. 1960. Museum and Anthroplogical Research. Curator 3:327-355.

Fenton, W. N. 1960. The Hiawatha Wampum Belt of the Iroquois League for Peace. Selected Papers of the Fifth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Philadelphia, Pa. 1956 3-7.

Ritchie, W. A., and D. W. Dragoo. 1960. The Eastern Dispersal of Adena. New York State Museum Bulletin 379. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1959


Fenton, W. N. 1959. Folklore (American Indian). Encyclopedia Britannica

Fenton, W. N. 1959. John Reed Swanton, 1873-1958. American Anthropologist 61:663-668.

Ritchie, W. A. 1959. Archaeology: Western Hemisphere. Encyclopedia Britannica, Book of the Year 1959:50-52.

Ritchie, W. A. 1959. The Stony Brook Site and its Relation to Archaic and Transitional Cultures on Long Island. New York State Museum Bulletin 372. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ritchie, W. A., and Dragoo, D. W. 1959. The Eastern Dispersal of Adena. American Antiquity 25:43-50.

1958


Ritchie, W. A. 1958. An Introduction to Hudson Valley Prehistory. New York State Museum Bulletin 367. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ritchie, W. A. 1958. Archaeology: Western Hemisphere. Encyclopedia Britannica, Book of the Year 49-51.

Ritchie, W. A. 1958. Excavation of an Owasco Village Site in New York: Report on 1958 Settlement Pattern Studies in the Northeast. Eastern States Archaeological Federation Bulletin 18:11-12.

Ritchie, W. A. 1958. The Development of Aboriginal Settlement Patterns in the Northeast: A Progress Report. Eastern States Archaeological Federation Bulletin 17:9-10.

Ritchie, W. A. 1958. The Paleo-Indian in the Northeast. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 19(2):21-22.

1957


Fenton, W. N. 1957. American Indian and White Relations to 1830: Needs and Opportunities for Study. The Institute for Early American History and Culture. University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Fenton, W. N. 1957. Factionalism at Taod Pueblo. American Ethnological Bulletin 164:397-344.

Fenton, W. N. 1957. Long-Term Trends of Change Among the Iroquois. In Cultural Stability and Cultural Change, edited by V. F. Ray, pp. 30-35. American Ethnological Society, Seattle, Washington.

Fenton, W. N. 1957. Seneca Indians by Asher Wright. Ethnohistory 4:302-321.

Ritchie, W. A. 1957. Excavations in 1956 on Archaic Sites of Long Island. Eastern States Archaeological Federation Bulletin 16:12-13.

Ritchie, W. A. 1957. Traces of Early Man in the Northeast. New York State Museum Bulletin 358. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1956


Fenton, W. N. 1956. Hiawatha Wampum Belt of the Iroquois League for Peace: A Symbol for the International Congress of Anthropology. International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences Proceedings 5:3-7.

Fenton, W. N. 1956. Iroquois Research. Science 122:69.

Fenton, W. N. 1956. Maple and the Passenger Pigeon in Iroquois Indian life. Smoke Signals 8:2-8.

Fenton, W. N. 1956. Some Questions of Classification, Typology, and Style Raised by Iroquois Masks. Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences 18(4):347-357.

Fenton, W. N. 1956. The Science of Anthropology and the Iroquois Indians. New York State Archaeological Society Bulletin 6:10-14.

Fenton, W. N. 1956. Toward the Gradual Civilization of the Indian Natives: The Missionary and Linguistic Work of Asher Wright (1803-1875) among the Senecas of Western New York. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 100:567-581.

Ritchie, W. A. 1956. Each to the Other. American Antiquity 22:169-170.

Ritchie, W. A. 1956. Indian History of New York State, Part III, The Algonkian Tribes. New York State Museum Education Leaflet 8. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ritchie, W. A. 1956. Prehistoric Settlement Patterns in Northeastern North America. In Prehistoric Settlement Patterns in the New World. Publications in Anthropology 23, edited by G. R. Willey, pp. 72-80. Viking Fund, New York, New York.

1955


Fenton, W. N. 1955. Cultural Stability and Change in American Indian Societies. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 83:169-174.

Ritchie, W. A. 1955. Recent Discoveries Suggesting an Early Woodland Burial Cult in the Northeast. New York State Museum Circular 40. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ritchie, W. A. 1955. The Northern Burial Cult. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 25(1):45-49.

1954


Ritchie, W. A. 1954. Dutch Hollow, An Early Historic Period Seneca Site in Livingston County, New York. Researchs and transactions XIII. New York State Archaeological Association, Rochester, New York.

1953


Fenton, W. N. 1953. A Calendar of Manuscript Materials Relating to the History of the Six Nations of Iroquois Indians in Depositories Outside Philadelphia 1750-1850. Library Bulletin, American Philosophical Society 578-595.

Lenig, D., and W. A. Ritchie. 1953. An Early Owasco Sequence in Eastern New York. New York State Museum Circular 32. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ritchie, W. A. 1953. A Probable Paleo-Indian Site in Vermont. American Antiquity 18:249-258.

Ritchie, W. A. 1953. Indian History of New York State, Part II, The iroquoian Tribes of New York State. New York State Museum Education Leaflet 7. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ritchie, W. A. 1953. New Finds Relating to the Early Point Peninsula Burial Complex. Eastern States Archaeological Federation Bulletin 12:8.

Ritchie, W. A. 1953. Point Peninsula Ceremonialism in the Light of Recent Discoveries in New York. Eastern States Archaeological Federation Bulletin 11:7-8.

Ritchie, W. A., D. Lenig, and P. Schuyler. 1953. An Early Owasco Sequence in Eastern New York. New York State Museum Circular 32. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1952


Ritchie, W. A. 1952. Paleopathological Evidence Suggesting Pre-Columbian Tuberculosis in New York State. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 10:305-318.

Ritchie, W. A. 1952. The Chance Horizon: An Early State in the Development of Mohawk Iroquois Culture. New York State Museum Circular 29. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1951


Ritchie, W. A. 1951. A Current Synthesis of New York Prehistory. American Antiquity 17:130-136.

Ritchie, W. A. 1951. Current Concepts of Continuity and Chronology in New York Prehistory. Eastern States Archaeological Federation Bulletin 10:5.

Ritchie, W. A. 1951. Ground Slates: Eskimo of Indian?. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 21(3-4):46-52.

Ritchie, W. A. 1951. Their Mouths are Stopped with Dust. Archaeology 4(3):136-144.

1950


Ritchie, W. A. 1950. Another Probable Case of Bear Ceremonialism in New York. American Antiquity 15:246-249.

Ritchie, W. A. 1950. Indian History of New York State, Part I, Pre-Iroquoian Cultures. New York State Museum Education Leaflet 6. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Ritchie, W. A. 1950. Recent Excavations in the Mohawk Valley and Their Bearing on Owasco-Iroquois Relationships. Eastern States Archaeological Federation Bulletin 9:7-8.

Ritchie, W. A. 1950. The Present Status of Ceramic Typology in New York State. Eastern States Archaeological Federation Bulletin 9:10.

1947


Guthe, C. E., and Smith, M. W. 1947. The First National Conference on Unesco. American Anthropologist 49(4):681-385.

1945


Guthe, C. E., and M. Meade. 1945. Manual for the Study of Food Habits:Report of the Committee of Food Habits. Bulletin 111. National Research Council, Washington, D.C..

1939


Clarke, N. T. 1939. Office of Archeology. In A Summary of the Accomplishments and Functions of the New York State Museum During the Past Century, 1836-1936. New York State Museum Bulletin 317, edited by C. C. Adams, pp. 99-107. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1937


Clarke, N. T. 1937. Chronological Sketch of the Archaeological Work of the State Museum. New York State Museum Bulletin 313:105-110.

Clarke, N. T. 1937. The Indian Groups of the New York State Museum and a Description of the Technique. In Thirtieth Report of the Director of the State Museum Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 310, edited by C. C. Adams, pp. 101-120. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1935


Adams, C. C. 1935. The Relation of General Ecology to Human Ecology. Ecology 16:316-335.

1931


Clarke, N. T. 1931. The Wampum Belt Collection of the New York State Museum. In Twenty-Fourth Report of the Director of the Division of Science and the State Museum. New York State Museum Bulletin 288, edited by C. C. Adams, pp. 85-121. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1929


Clarke, N. T. 1929. The Thatcher Wampum Belts. In Twenty-Second Report of the Director of the Division of Science and the State Museum. New York State Museum Bulletin 279, edited by C. C. Adams, pp. 53-58. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1925


Parker, A. C. 1925. Archeology. In Twentieth Report of the Director of the State Museum Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 260, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 57-61. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1924


Parker, A. C. 1924. American Indian Masonry. The Builder 10:137-138.

Parker, A. C. 1924. Archeology and Ethnology. In Eighteenth Report of the Director of the State Museum Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 251, edited by , pp. 38-44. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1924. Fundamental Factors in Seneca Folklore. In Nineteenth Report of the Director of the State Museum Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 253, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 49-66. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1924. The Pickering Treaty. Rochester Historical Society Publication Fund Series 3:79-91.

Parker, A. C. 1924. The Status of New York Indians. In Nineteenth Report of the Director of the State Museum Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 253, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 67-82. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1924. Unhistorical Museums. Museum Work 6:155-158.

Parker, A. C. 1924. Unhistorical Museums or Museums of History, Which?. New York State Historical Association Quarterly Journal 5:256-263.

1923


Parker, A. C. 1923. Memorial Tribute to Lewis Henry Morgan. Rochester Historical Society Publication Fund Series 2:77-78.

Parker, A. C. 1923. Seneca Myths and Folk Tales. The Buffalo Historical Society, Buffalo, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1923. The Double-Headed Eagle and Whence it Came. The Builder 9:138-142.

Parker, A. C. 1923. The Red Man and the "Great Spirit.". In The Red Man in the United States, edited by G. E. E. Long, pp. 47-54. George H. Doran, New York, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1923. Why All This Secrecy?. The Builder 9:361.

Skinner, A., and A. C. Parker. 1923. The Algonkain Occupation of New York: I. General Archeological Criteria of Early Algonkian Culture. Researches and Transactions vo. 4, n. New York State Archeological Association. Lewis H. Morgan Chapter, Rochester, New York.

1922


Parker, A. C. 1922. Method In Archaeology. Ontario Provincial Museum Annual Archaeological Report 33:55-61.

Parker, A. C. 1922. Secrets of the Temple. Buffalo Consistory A.A.S.R., Buffalo, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1922. The Archeologic History of the State of New York. Part II. New Your State Museum Bulletin 237, 238. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1921


Parker, A. C. 1921. New York Indians. Southern Workman 50:155-160.

Parker, A. C., and G. E. E. Lindquist. 1921. The Indians of New York State. Rome Missions Council, New York, New York.

1920


Parker, A. C. 1920 A Solution to the Indian Problem. Report prepared for New York State Education Department, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1920. Ancient Indian Occupation of the Mendon Ponds Area. Rochester Historical Society Publication Fund Series 9:223-226.

Parker, A. C. 1920. Archeology and Ethnology. In Seventeenth Report of the Director of the State Museum Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 239, 240, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 41-49. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1920. Freemasonry Among the American Indians. The Builder 6:295-298.

Parker, A. C. 1920. Indian Tribal Government A Failure. State Service (4):99-102.

Parker, A. C. 1920. Letchworth Memorial Address. William Pryor Letchworth Memorial Association: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting 7:10-16.

Parker, A. C. 1920. The Archeologic History of the State of New York. Part I. New Your State Museum Bulletin 235, 236. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1920. The New York Indian Complex and How to Solve It. Researches and Transactions vol. 2,. New York State Archeological Association. Lewis H. Morgan Chapter, Rochester, New York.

1919


Parker, A. C. 1919. A Contact Period Seneca Site Situated at Factory Hollow, Ontario County, N.Y.. Researches and Transactions vol. 1,. New York State Archeological Association. Lewis H. Morgan Chapter, Rochester, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1919. American Indian Freemasonry. Buffalo Consistory, Buffalo, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1919. Champlain's Assault on the Fortified Town of the Oneidas, 1615. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1919. Presentation and Unveiling of the Morgan Tablet. New York State Archaeological Association, Lewis H. Morgan Chapter, Researches and Transactions 1(3):23-27.

Parker, A. C. 1919. Report of the Archeologist and Ethnologist. In Fifthteenth Report of the Director of the State Museum Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 219, 220, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 99-120. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1919. The Iroquois in Canada. Ontario Provincial Museum Annual Archaeological Report 31:7-55.

Parker, A. C. 1919. The Life of General Ely S. Parker: Last Grand Sachem of the Iroquois and General Grant's Military Secretary. Buffalo Historical Society, Buffalo, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1919. The Moundbuilder Culture in New York. In Fifthteenth Report of the Director of the State Museum Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 219, 220, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 283-306. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1918


Parker, A. C. 1918. A Prehistoric Iroquoian Site on the Reed Farm, Richmond Mills, Ontario County, N.Y.. Researches andTransactions vol. 1,. New York State Archeological Association. Lewis H. Morgan Chapter, Rochester, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1918. Champlain's Assault on the Fortified Town of the Oneidas 1615. In Fourteenth Annual Report of the State Museum and Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 207, 208, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 165-173. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1918. Habitat Groups in Wax and Plaster. Museum Work 1:78-85.

Parker, A. C. 1918. Making Democracy Safe for the Indians. American Indian Magazine 6:25-29.

Parker, A. C. 1918. Notes on the Banner Stone: With Some Inquiries as to its Purpose. New York State Museum Bulletin 196. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1918. Report of the Archaeologist and Ethnologist. In Fourteenth Annual Report of the State Museum and Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 207, 208, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 69-73. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1918. The Constitution of the Five Nations, a Reply. American Anthropologist 20:120-124.

1917


Moorehead, W. K., A. C. Parker, and E. H. Williams. 1917. Stone Ornaments Used by Indians in the United States and Canada. Andover Press, Andover, Massachusetts.

Parker, A. C. 1917. How Flint Arrowheads Are Made. American Indian Magazine 5:160-165.

Parker, A. C. 1917. Lewis Henry Morgan. American Indian Magazine 5(Spring):3.

Parker, A. C. 1917. The Civic and Governmental Ideals of the Iroquois Confederacy. Case and Comment 23:717-719.

1916


Parker, A. C. 1916. A Conference on Race Progress. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4:216-222.

Parker, A. C. 1916. A Message in Congress. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4:282-284.

Parker, A. C. 1916. A New Sort of American Day. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4:60-62.

Parker, A. C. 1916. Are Your Officers Traitors?. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4:15-18.

Parker, A. C. 1916. Musings and Maxims of a Medicine Man. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4:79-81.

Parker, A. C. 1916. Notes from Adarios Diary. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4:73-76.

Parker, A. C. 1916. Nothing But Rocks. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4:77-79.

Parker, A. C. 1916. Problems of Race Assimilation in America, with Special Reference to the American Indian. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4:285-304.

Parker, A. C. 1916. Report of the Archaeologist. In Twelfth Annual Report of the State Museum and Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 187, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 52-59. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1916. Some of Our Work During the Year. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4:229-233.

Parker, A. C. 1916. The Civilizing Power of Language. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4:126-128.

Parker, A. C. 1916. The Constitution of the Five Nations. New Your State Museum Bulletin 184. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1916. The Functions of the Society of American Indians. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4:8-14.

Parker, A. C. 1916. The Indian, the Country and the Government. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4:38-49.

Parker, A. C. 1916. The Origin of the Iroquois as Suggested by their Archeology. American Anthropologist 18:479-507.

Parker, A. C. 1916. The Parable of the Bloody Spear. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4:81-82.

Parker, A. C. 1916. The Senecas in the War of 1812. New York State Historical Association Proceedings 15:78-90.

Parker, A. C. 1916. The Social Elements of the Indian Problem. The American Journal of Sociology 22:252-267.

Parker, A. C. 1916. The White Aryan and the Red American. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4:121-126.

Parker, A. C. 1916. Why We Go A Fishin'. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4:71-73.

1915


Parker, A. C. 1915. Certain Important Elements of the Indian Problem. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2:24-38.

Parker, A. C. 1915. Frederic Ward Putnam. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3:224-227.

Parker, A. C. 1915. In the Path of the Morning Star. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3:127-129.

Parker, A. C. 1915. Industrial and Vocational Training in Indian Schools. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3:86-97.

Parker, A. C. 1915. Kicking Against the Rock of Offense. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3:161-163.

Parker, A. C. 1915. Let Us Pause to Consider Our Ways. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3:159-160.

Parker, A. C. 1915. McKenzie-Thinker. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3:122-124.

Parker, A. C. 1915. Occupations of the American Indian. The Indian Leader 19:18-22.

Parker, A. C. 1915. Popular History, a Criticism and an Interpretation. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3:167-168.

Parker, A. C. 1915. Report on the Division of Archeology and Ethnology. In Eleventh Annual Report of the State Museum and Science Department. New York State Museum Bulletin 177, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 63-73. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1915. Sekosa, the Weasel. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3:124-127.

Parker, A. C. 1915. Sherman Coolidge. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3:220-223.

Parker, A. C. 1915. The American Indian, the Government and the Country. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 4:45.

Parker, A. C. 1915. The Crow Indian. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3:129-133.

Parker, A. C. 1915. The Persistence of Barbarism in Civilized Society. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3:76-81.

Parker, A. C. 1915. The Status and Progress of Indians as Shown by the Thirteenth Census. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3:185-208.

Parker, A. C. 1915. The Wider Vision. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3:86-97.

Parker, A. C. 1915. Why Should the Country Heed Our Pleading?. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 3:163-167.

1914


Parker, A. C. 1914. 'My Race Shall Live Anew': A poem by Almoba Waubunaki (pseudonym of A. C. Parker). Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2:125.

Parker, A. C. 1914. 'The Robbins' Song': A poem by Almoba Waubunaki (pseudonym of A. C. Parker). Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2:190.

Parker, A. C. 1914. A Survey of the [Indian] Problem - Its Elements and Its Ends. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2:13-22.

Parker, A. C. 1914. Blood Mixture Among Races. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2:262-265.

Parker, A. C. 1914. Indian Blood. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2:261-262.

Parker, A. C. 1914. Let Us Discover the Human Elements of the Indian Problem. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2:183-184.

Parker, A. C. 1914. Marching as to War. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2:185.

Parker, A. C. 1914. Report of the Archaeologist. In Tenth Report of the Director of the Science Division. New York State Museum Bulletin 173, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 93-102. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1914. The American Indian - What Is He?. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2:109-119.

Parker, A. C. 1914. The Awakened American Indian. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2:269-274.

Parker, A. C. 1914. The Discovery of America as an Incentive to Human Achievement. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2:265-268.

Parker, A. C. 1914. The League of Peace by Gawasa Wanneh. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2:191-195.

Parker, A. C. 1914. The Legal Status of the American Indian. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2:213-218.

Parker, A. C. 1914. The Quaker City Meeting of the Society of American Indians. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2:56-59.

Parker, A. C. 1914. The Road to Competent Citizenship. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 2:178-183.

1913


Parker, A. C. 1913. A Plea for Social Survey. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 1:107-114.

Parker, A. C. 1913. Congress and the Indian Problem. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 1:95-97.

Parker, A. C. 1913. Old Squawkie Hill. Livingston County Historical Society Proceedings 27-37.

Parker, A. C. 1913. Report of the Archaeologist, Archaeological Survey. In Ninth Report of the Director of the Science Division. New York State Museum Bulletin 164, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 45-57. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1913. Superstitions of and About the American Indian. Thirteen Club Annual Report 21-27.

Parker, A. C. 1913. The Real Tragedy of the Red Race. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 1:345-350.

Parker, A. C. 1913. The Real Value of Higher Education for the Indian. Society of American Indians Quarterly Journal 1:278-284.

Parker, A. C. 1913. What Makes the Indian a Problem?. S 1:103-114.

1912


Parker, A. C. 1912. Certain Iroquois Tree Myths and Symbols. American Anthropologist 14:608-620.

Parker, A. C. 1912. Progress for the Indian. The Southern Workman 41:628-635.

Parker, A. C. 1912. Report on the Archaeology Section. In Eigth Report of the Director of the Science Division. New York State Museum Bulletin 158, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 61-84. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1912. The Code of Handsome Lake, The Seneca Prophet. New Your State Museum Bulletin 163. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1912. The Philosophy of Indian Education. Proceedings of the First Annual Conference of the Society on American Indians 1:68-76.

1911


Parker, A. C. 1911. Additional Notes on Iroquois Silversmithing. American Anthropologist 13:283-293.

Parker, A. C. 1911. Fate of the New York State Collections in Archaeology and Ethnology in the Capitol Fire. American Anthropologist 13:169-171.

Parker, A. C. 1911. Report on the Archaeology Section. In Seventh Report of the Director of the Science Division. New York State Museum Bulletin 149, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 43-58. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1911. The Influence of the Iroquois on the History and Archaeology of the Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania and the Adjacent Region. Wyoming Historical and Geological Society Proceedings 11:1-38.

Parker, A. C. 1911. Woman's Place Among the Indians. American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society, Annual Report 16:252-253.

1910


Parker, A. C. 1910. Iroquois Sun Myths. The Journal of American Folklore 23:473-478.

Parker, A. C. 1910. Iroquois Uses of Maize and Other Food Plants. New Your State Museum Bulletin 144. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1910. Report on the Archaeology Section. In Sixth Report of the Director of the Science Division. New York State Museum Bulletin 140, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 59-69. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1910. The Aboriginal Occupation of New York. New York State Museum Educational Leaflet 1. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1910. The League of the Five Nations. Livingston County Historical Society Proceedings 25-41.

Parker, A. C. 1910. The Origin of Iroquois Silversmithing. American Anthropologist 12:349-357.

1909


Parker, A. C. 1909. Report on the Archaeology Section. In Fifth Report of the Director of the Science Division. New York State Museum Bulletin 133, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 54-77. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1909. Secret Medicine Societies of the Seneca. American Anthropologist 11(2):161-185.

Parker, A. C. 1909. Snow-Snake as Played by the Seneca Iroquois. American Anthropologist 11:250-256.

1908


Parker, A. C. (editor). 1908. Myths and Legends of the New York State Iroquois by Harriet Maxwell Converse. New York State Museum Bulletin 125. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1908. Neh Ho-non-tci-noh-geh: The Guardians of the Little Waters, a Seneca Medicine Society. In Myths and Legends of the New York State Iroquois, by Harriett Maxwell Converse. New York State Museum Bulletin 125, edited by A. C. Parker, pp. 149-170. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1908. Report on the Archaeology Section. In Fourth Report of the Director of the Science Division. New York State Museum Bulletin 121, edited by J. M. Clarke, pp. 85-110. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1908. The Iroquois Wampums. New York State Historical Association Proceedings 8:205-208.

1907


Beauchamp, W. M. 1907. Aboriginal Place Names of New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 108. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Beauchamp, W. M. 1907. Civil, Religious and Mourning Councils and Ceremonies Adoption of New York Indians. New York State Museum Bulletin 113. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Parker, A. C. 1907. Excavations in an Erie Indian Village and Burial Site at Ripley, Chautauqua Co., N.Y. New Your State Museum Bulletin 117. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1905


Beauchamp, W. M. 1905. Aboriginal Use of Wood in New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 89. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Beauchamp, W. M. 1905. History of the New York Iroquois, Now Commonly Called the Six Nations. New York State Museum Bulletin 78. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Beauchamp, W. M. 1905. Perch Lake Mounds with Notes on other New York State Mounds, and Some Accounts of Indian Trails. New York State Museum Bulletin 87. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1902


Beauchamp, W. M. 1902. Horn and Bone Implements of the New York Indians. New York State Museum Bulletin 50. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Beauchamp, W. M. 1902. Metallic Implements of the New York Indians. New York State Museum Bulletin 55. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1901


Beauchamp, W. M. 1901. Wampum and Shell Articles Used by New York Indians. New York State Museum Bulletin 41. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1900


Beauchamp, W. M. 1900. Aboriginal Occupation of New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 32. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1898


Beauchamp, W. M. 1898. Earthenware of the New York Aborigines. New York State Museum Bulletin 22. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1897


Beauchamp, W. M. 1897. Aboriginal Chipped Stone Implements of New York. New York State Museum Bulletin 16. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

Beauchamp, W. M. 1897. Polished Stone Articles Used by the New York Aborigines. New York State Museum Bulletin 18. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.

1884


Wright, S. H. 1884. Aboriginal Work on Bluff Point, Yates Co. N. Y .. New York State Museum Annual Report 35:193-194.

1871


Morgan, L. H. 1871. Stone and Bone Implements of the Arlckarees. New York State Museum Annual Report 21:25-46.

1860


Anonymous, . 1860. Donations to the Historical and Antiquarian from T. A. Cheney. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 13:20.

Cheney, T. A. 1860. Ancient Monuments in Western New York. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 13:37-52.

1856


Anonymous, . 1856. Additions to the Historical and Antiquarian Collection Jan. 1, 1855 to Jan. 1, 1856. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 9:49-60.

1855


Anonymous, . 1855. Additions to the Historical and Antiquarian Collection Jan. 1, 1854 to Jan. 1, 1855. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 8:33-39.

1854


Anonymous, . 1854. Catalogue of Indian Relics. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 7:73-77.

1853


Anonymous, . 1853. Additions to the Historical and Antiquarian Collection Jan. 1, 1852 to Jan. 1, 1853. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 6:33-35.

1852


Anonymous, . 1852. Additions to the Historical and Antiquarian Collection Jan. 1, 1851 to Jan. 1, 1852. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 5:45-54.

Morgan, L. H. 1852. Report on the Fabrics, Inventions, Implements and Utensils of the Iroquois, Made to the Regents of the University. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, and the Historical and Antiquarian Collection Annexed Thereto 67-117.

Morgan, L. H. 1852. Schedule of Articles. Fifth Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, and the Historical and Antiquarian Collection Annexed Thereto 51-54.

1851


Anonymous, . 1851. Additions to the Historical and Antiquarian Collection Jan. 1, 1849 to Jan. 1, 1850. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, with Catalogue of the Same 4:49-62.

Anonymous, . 1851. Additions to the Historical and Antiquarian Collection Jan. I, 1850 to Jan. 1, 1851. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 4:91-101.

Hough, F. B. 1851. Notices of Ancient Remains of Art in Jefferson and St Lawrence Counties. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History 4:103-109.

1850


Anonymous, . 1850. Appendix D. Additions to the Historical and Antiquarian Collection in the State Cabinet of Natural History (By Donation or Purchase) from January 1, 1849, to January 1, 1850. Third Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, and the Historical and Antiquarian Collection, Annexed Thereto 47-60.

Hough, F. B. 1850. Notice of Several Ancient Remains of Art in Jefferson and St. Lawrence Counties. New York State Museum Annual Report 3:99-105.

Morgan, L. H. 1850. Report to the Regents of the University, upon the Articles Furnished the Indian Collection. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, with Catalogue of the Same (3):65-97.

Morgan, L. H. 1850. Schedule of Articles. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, with Catalogue of the Same (3):57-60.

1849


Anonymous, . 1849. Catalogue of the Historical and Antiquarian Collection, in the State Cabinet of Natural History. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, with Catalogue of the Same (2):71-79.

Anonymous, . 1849. Ground Plans and Dimensions of Several Trench Inclosures in Western New York, or Fort H ills,. Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, with Catalogue of the Same 2:5 pl.

Morgan, L. H. 1849. To the Honorable the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New-York. Second Annual Report of the Regents of the University, on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, with Catalogue of the Same 2:84-91.

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