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  • Abbitt, Merry W.
    1973 The 18th Century Shoe Buckle. In Five Artifact Studies. Williamsburg: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
    18th century, shoe buckle evidence, Colonial Williamsburg, VA.
  • Abel, Leland J.
    1963 Archeological Notes on Tenant House 1, Hopewell Village. Ms., National Park Service, Hopewell, PA.
    19th century, U. S. iron-working village, Pennsylvania. Evidence indicating life and period of occupancy of typical tenant house.
  • Abel, Leland J. and Cordelia Thomas Snow
    1966 The Excavation of Sites 22 and 23, Minute Man National Historical Park, Massachusetts. Ms., National Park Service, Concord; Peabody Museum, Cambridge.

    Two 1700-1765 British colonial short-term sites near Lincoln, MA in Minute Man National Historical Park. Description of excavations and analysis of pottery and pipes, metal objects, stone objects and coins.

  • Ackerman, Jeremy B.
    1965 The Casemates in the Left Flank of the King’s Bastion: A Survey of Available Evidence. Ms., Fortress of Louisbourg Restoration, Parks Canada, Louisbourg, N. S.

    Structural discussion, general chronology, the finds.

  • Ackerman, Robert E.
    1966 An Archaeological and Ethnographic Investigation of the Cape Newenham Region of Southwestern Alaska. Report to National Park Service, San Francisco from Laboratory of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman.

    Prehistoric to historic Native American (Eskimo) with 18th-19th century trade, Cape Newenham region, southwestern Alaska. [pp. 3-6.]

  • Adam, Chuck
    1968 The Phoenix Button. Central States Archaeological Journal 15(1):35.

    Report on a single Phoenix button found near Astoria, OR.

  • Adams, Eleanor B. and Fr. Angelico Chavez, translators
    1956 The Missions of New Mexico, 1776, a Collection of Descriptive Documents. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico.

    18th century, Spanish colonial missions, New Mexico.

  • Adams, William H.
    1972 Component I at Wawawai (45WT39): The Ethnographic Period Occupation. Report to National Park Service, Seattle from Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman, also Master’s research paper.

    Excavations of long occupied aboriginal site in Lower Granite Reservoir area, lower Snake River, WA. Excavations cover historical or ethnographic period (19th century) and essentially two structures. Describes site and methods; discusses structures; extensive analysis of artifacts.

    1973 An Ethnoarchaeological Study of a Rural American Community: Silcott, Washington, 1900-1930. Ethnohistory 20(4):335-346.

    Discusses some problems involved in studying a Euroamerican farming community through a combined program of history, ethnography, and archaeology.

    1975 Archaeology of the Recent Past: Silcott, Washington, 1900-1930. Northwest Anthropological Research Notes 9(1):156-165.

    1900-1930, small farming community, Silcott, WA.; preliminary results.

    1976 Silcott, Washington: Ethnoarchaeology of a Rural American Community. Doctoral dissertation, Washington State University Pullman. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International.

    1900-1930, Euroamerican community, Silcott, WA.; synthesized data from historical, ethnographic, and archaeological sources. Discussion on material culture, trade networks, ethnographic model, and explores definition of ethnoarchaeology.

  • Adams, William H., Linda P. Gaw, and Frank C. Leonhardy
    1975 Archaeological Excavations at Silcott, Washington: The Data Inventory. Washington State University, Laboratory of Anthropology, Report of Investigations, No. 11. Pullman.

    Site report deals with Bill Wilson’s store, Trapper Wilson’s house, Ireland Place, Weiss Ranch Dumps, and Ferry Tender site, on Snake River of eastern Washington.

  • Alberts, Robert C.
    1953 Trade Silver and Indian Silver Work in the Great Lakes Region. Wisconsin Archaeologist 34(1):1-122.

    Discusses at length the origins, trade, and individuals involved in the silver industry of the early historical period in the Great Lakes region.

  • Alexander, Hubert G. and Paul Reiter
    1935 Report on the Excavation of Jemez Cave, New Mexico. Santa Fe: University of New Mexico, School of American Research.

    Late prehistoric and historic Native American shelter in New Mexico. Jemez Cave shows three periods of occupation: early sporadic (disturbed strata make dating difficult); a period of semi-permanent occupation; and late prehistoric and historic uses. Last period finds cave being used only as a temporary and overnight shelter.

  • Alexander, L. T.
    1978 Clay Tobacco Smoking Pipes from the Caleb Pusey House. Archaeological Society of Delaware, Paper.
  • Allen, Robert W.
    1965 Preliminary Excavations of the “Oven” Site at Limantour Spit, Drake’s Bay, California. Ms., Drake Navigators Guild, San Francisco.

    Possible 16th century, Spanish site, Limantour Spit, Drake’s Bay, Marin County (Point Reyes National Seashore), CA. Discusses small “oven” excavated by amateurs.

  • Anderson, Elizabeth W., Cara L. Wise, Eugene Michael Sanchez-Saavedra, and Robert A. Warnock
    1981 Historical Archaeological Reconnaissance and Assessment: Barry’s Farm, Washington, DC. Ms., National Technical Information Service, U. S. Department of Commerce, Springfield, VA.

    Mid-19th century, urban development, Washington. Archaeological, architectural, and documentary investigations of Barry’s Farm area, Anacostia, District of Columbia, conducted by Soil Systems, Inc. Area within ROW of the Metrorail Green Line. Major features: eleven structures in earliest, intact area of contiguous architectural development.

  • Anderson, Harry H.
    1962 Additional Descriptive Material of Fort Pierre II, an Historic Site on the Oahe Dam area, South Dakota. Plains Anthropologist 7(17):193-196.

    19th century, U. S. fort, South Dakota. Largely a resume of historic documents supporting archaeological findings by G. Hubert Smith at the same site, and adding to those used by him.

  • Anderson, James E.
    1964 The Human Skeleton in the King’s Chapel Fortress of Louisbourg. Ms., Parks Canada, Louisbourg, Nova Scotia.

    1719-1758, French colonial site and a 1770s British colonial site at Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, human remains. Techniques of excavation, burials, tables; appendices A and B on dental fillings.

  • Anuskiewicz, Richard and Patricia Teltser
    1977 Cultural Resource Reconnaissance for the Construction of Recreation Facilities at Indian Hollow Campgrounds: Huntington, MA. Ms., Historical Commission, Boston.

    Archaeological reconnaissance at Indian Hollow Campground, Huntington, MA.

  • Appleman, Roy E.
    1950 The John Dickinson House, Kent County, Delaware. Ms., Historical Sites Survey Report, National Park Service, Washington.
    18th century, British colonial house, Kent County, DE.
  • Armour, David A.
    1966 Made in Mackinac: Crafts at Fort Michilimackinac. Mackinac Island: Mackinac Island Special Commission.

    l8th century, both French and British colonial, Fort Michilimackinac, Michigan. Objects discussed in following areas: wood workers (boat builders), stone cutters, brick kiln, forge, sheet brass, iron bullets, lead, bone and horn, stone pipes, domestic implements (thimbles, needles, pins).

  • Armstrong, Edward
    1853 The History and Location of Fort Nassau on the Delaware. New Jersey Historical Society, Proceedings 6:187-207.

    Ca. 1623, Dutch colonial fort, on Delaware River, NJ.

  • Arnold, Charlotte
    1930 The mMssion of San Diego de Jemez. El Palacio 28:118-122.

    Spanish colonial mission, historic Pueblo, Rio Grande Valley, NM. Very brief and limited note on the status quo of the mission in 1930. Old Jemez Pueblo mission church, ca. 1621-1630, terminated by the Pueblo Revolt of 1680, when Fr. Juan DeJesus Maria was martyred there.

  • Ashworth, Michael J.
    1964 Fort St. Joseph, St. Joseph’s Island, Ontario, Preliminary Report, 1964 Season. Ms., Ottawa. Summarized in Canadian Historical Sites Service (Parks Canada), Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No. 1.

    Post-1783-1828, British colonial military site, St. Joseph’s Island.

    1965 Fort Lennox, Ile-aux-Noix, Preliminary Report, 1965. Ms., Parks Canada, Ottawa.

    18th-20th century, British colonial fort, Quebec. Work centered on 1812-1870 period of military occupation, though a portion of first British fort (18th century) was believed found. Summarized in Canadian Historical Sites Service, Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No. 1.

    1965 Fort Lennox, Ile-aux-Noix, Preliminary Report, 1965. Ms., Parks Canada, Ottawa.

    1966 Excavation of Two Gun Platforms at Fort Wellington, Prescott, Ontario. Ms., Parks Canada, Ottawa.

    Early 19th Century, British Colonial Fort, Ontario,. Summarized in (Parks Canada), Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No. 1.

    n.d. Fort St. Joseph. Ms., National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Department of Indian and Northern Affairs, Ottawa.

    Includes: curtains, bastions, chimney building, blockhouse, old bakery, external buildings, wharf and docks. Appendix A report on the underwater survey at Fort St. Joseph and Rains’ Point, Ontario, by Sean Gilmore and Walter Zacharchuk; Appendix B historical background: wharves and docks and the conservation of the bateau by Michael J. Ashworth.

  • Atterwell, Walter G.
    1937 The Excavation of Father Kino’s Second Church and the Development of Missions in Primeria Alta. Masters thesis, The University of Arizona, also SLE Torrea, J.H. 1936.
  • Auerbach, Kathryn Ann and Jeffrey L. Marshall
    1983 Snodgrass Farm, also known as Vanartsdalen Farm, Lower Southampton Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania: Report on Physical, Historical, and Archaeological Features. Ms., Bucks County Conservancy, Doylestown, PA.
  • Ayer, Edward E., translator
    1916 The Memorial of Fray Alonso de Benavides, 1630. Chicago: Originally published, 1630 by Impresario Real, Madrid; reprinted 1965 by Horn and Wallace, Albuquerque.

    Annotations by Frederick Webb Hodge and Charles Lummis, p. 242, note 32, by F. W. Hodge, contains information on historic Jemez Indian sites in the Jemez valley, New Mexico, 17th century.

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  • Babcock, Willoughby M.
    1940 Rebuilding the Grand Portage Stockade: some Problems in Historical Reconstruction. Museum News 18(1):6-8.

    1785-1894, U.S. trading post, on Lake Superior, Minnesota. Account of reconstruction of Northwest Company trading post in 1937-38.

    1941 Grand Portage Rises Again. The Beaver 272:52-55.

    Ca. 1785-1804, U. S. trading post. Account of 1937-38 reconstruction of Northwest Company post on Lake Superior.

    1945 Sioux Villages in Minnesota Prior to 1837. Minnesota Archaeologist 2(4).

    18th century, Sioux villages, Minnesota. Historical locations of Sioux villages from documentary source.

  • Bachelder, John
    1859 Investigation of a Trading Post on Manomet River. Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society 3(1855-1858):252-256.

    Ca. 1627, British colonial trading post, Aptuxcet on Manomet River on Cape Cod, MA. Some pioneering excavations (ca. 1852), revealed material culture evidence of Aptuxcet trading post.

  • Bailey, Worth
    1937 A Jamestown Baking Oven of the Seventeenth Century. William and Mary College, Quarterly Historical Magazine (Series 2) 17(4):496-500.

    Earliest recorded ceramic bake oven of English medieval type found in English North America, reconstructed from excavated fragments.

    1938 Lime Preparation at Jamestown in the Seventeenth Century. William and Mary College, Quarterly Historical Magazine (Series 2) 18(1):1-13.

    17th century, British colonial industrial site, Jamestown, VA. Earliest recorded lime kiln in English North American.

  • Baker, Ele M.
    n.d. Report of Stratification Tests at Quarai. Ms., Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

    16th century, Pueblo and Spanish site of Quarai, NM; report on limited stratigraphic testing.

  • Baker, Henry A.
    1969 Archaeological Excavations at Panama Vieja, 1968. Ms., University of Florida, Gainesville.

    1500-1600, New World Spanish site, Panama Vieja, Republic of Panama. Brief history of previous research, methodology, inventory, and discussion of artifactual material also discusses majolica seriation.

  • Baker, Steven
    1972 A House on Cambridge Hill (Site 38-GN2): An Excavation Report. South Carolina Institute of Archeology and Anthropology, Research Manuscript Series No. 27. Columbia.
  • Ball, John
    1963 Ghosts at Old Fort Atkinson. Real West 6(3):30-33.

    19th century, military post, Council Bluffs, NE. Brief but well-illustrated account of archaeological work.

  • Bannister, Bryant, John W. Hannah, and William J. Robinson
    1970 Tree-Ring Dates from New Mexico M-N, S, Z; Southwestern New Mexico Area. Tucson: Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, The University Arizona.

    17th and 18th century, Spanish and Indian sites and prehistoric ruins, southwestern New Mexico; data presented.

  • Bannister, Bryant, William J. Robinson, Richard L. Warren
    1970 Tree-Ring Dates from New Mexico A, G-H, Shiprock-Zuni-Mt. Taylor Area. Tucson: Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, The University of Arizona.

    17th, 18th, 19th century, Spanish and Indian sites and prehistoric ruins, New Mexico; data presented.

  • Barbeau, Marius
    1940 Indian Trade Silver. Royal Society of Canada, Proceedings and Transactions 2:27-41. Montreal.

    Review of history of trade silver in America. Evidence cited that manufacture of trade silver was important industry in Philadelphia in 1758 and that from the first the product went into the western Indian country. Quebec, also, was a source of trade silver as early as 1774, but distribution was limited to the Great Lakes region and south. The northern posts of the Hudson’s Bay Company did not order silver ornaments in commercial quantity until 1795. Account and invoice books of Northwest Company 1799-1822 in the Archives of the Seminary of Quebec; Indian Department, 1765-1788; archives of Hudson’s Bay Company in London, 1790-1806; and Indian silver collections in National Museum, Ottawa.

    1940 Indian Trade Silver of Canada. Minnesota Archaeologist (Oct.):119-138.

    18th century, Canadian fur trade, with emphasis on Canadian collections, especially in the National Museum at Ottawa. Evidence presented that “North American silvercraft . . . can no longer be considered a really ancient one, nor should the Indians be credited with having had much, if anything, to do with its development, except in having been willing customers.” Philadelphia produced a vast amount of small ornamental silverware: arm plates, hair plates, or bobs, brooches, wrist bands, half moons and moons (gorgets), crosses, shirt buckles, rings, buttons, etc. Many silversmiths are identified: Pierre Huguet, Jonathan Tyler, Salomon Marion, Charles Arnold, and Robert Cruickshank, all of Montreal; Franquois Ranvoyze and Franquois Delagrave of Quebec; Joseph Richardson, William Hollingshead, and Phyllip Syng of Philadelphia.

    1944 Country Made Trade Goods. The Beaver 275:16-19.

    Discusses country made trade goods and materials from Northwest Coast and Plateau of Canada.

  • Barber, Daniel M.
    1964 Fort Hill at Victor, New York. Museum Service 17(4):58.

    From 1637, Native American (Seneca)-historical, defense site Can 4-1. Archaeological tests suggest fort not permanently occupied, but storage station and refuge during attack.

    1966 Exhibiting the Not-So-Old Archaeology. Museum Service 39(5-6):86-87.

    1492-1900, historic sites, Indian and non-Indian, western New York. Discusses exhibit interpretation with artifacts from archaeological sites.

    1966 Kaolin Pipe Stems, an Analysis of their Value to Local Archaeology. Museum Service 39(5-6):88-93.

    17th-18th century, British colonial-Native American contact, upper New York. Comparison of dates derived from clay pipe bore diameters at following sites: Canawaugus, Boughton Hill, Rochester Junction, Dann, Marsh, and Power house. The Binford regression formula found useful if used with controls. Binford 1962

  • Barber, Russell J.
    1976 Phase I/Assessment of Archaeological Potential, Green River Relief and Replacement Interceptor Project, Greenfield, Massachusetts. Ms., Massachusetts Historical Commission, Boston.

    Development of a Euroamerican settlement pattern model based on survey, Green River Project, Greenfield, MA.

    1977 Final Report/Phase I/Reconnaissance: Westfield Local Protection Project. Ms., Massachusetts Historical Commission, Boston.

    Survey of Westfield Local Protection Project Area, Massachusetts water control project Archaeology.

  • Barber, Russell J. and Patricia Essenpreis
    1976 Report of a Cultural Survey of the Town Brook Flood Control Area. Ms., Massachusetts Historical Commission, Boston.

    Cultural survey of the Town Brook Flood Control Area, Massachusetts. Three of twelve areas determined to require monitoring, with the Quincy Canal and Tidemill structural remains to be avoided.

  • Barka, Norman F.
    1964 Salvage Excavations, 1963, at Peter Pond National Historic Site, near Prince Albert, Sask (Sturgeon Fort No. 1). Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History, Annual Report, 1963, pp. 3-4. Regina.

    1965 Historic Sites Archaeology at Portland Point, New Brunswick, Canada. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University, Cambridge.

    17th century, French, frontier fort (La Tour II), New Brunswick. Excavations; analyzes artifacts, chiefly ceramic.

    1973 The Kiln and Ceramics of the “Poor Potter” of Yorktown: A Preliminary Report. Ceramics in America, Ian Quimby, editor, pp. 291-318. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia.

    1976 The Archaeology of Flowerdew Hundred Plantation: The Stone House Foundation Site, an Interim Report. Ms., Southside Historical Sites, Williamsburg.

    1976 Archaeology and the Fur Trade: The Excavation of Sturgeon Fort, Saskatchewan. Parks Canada, History and Archaeology No. 7. Ottawa.

    1976 The Archaeology of the Yorktown Battlefield, Yorktown, Virginia. Ms., Southside Historical Sites, Williamsburg.

    1978 The Archaeology of Fort Lennox, Ile-aux-Noix, Quebec. Parks Canada, History and Archaeology No. 20. Ottawa.

    1978 The Archaeology of George Washington Birthplace, Virginia. Ms., Southside Historical Sites, Williamsburg.

    1978 The Archaeology of the Nelson, Smith and Ballard Houses, Yorktown, Virginia. Ms., Southside Historical Sites, Williamsburg.

    1979 The Archaeology of Kiln 2, Yorktown Pottery Factory, Yorktown, Virginia. Ms., Department of Anthropology, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg.

    1980 The First Annual Report, Archaeological Investigations, Yorktown Pottery Factory, Virginia. Ms., Department of Anthropology, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg.

    1981 The Second Annual Report, Archaeological Investigations, Yorktown Pottery Factory, Virginia. Ms., Department of Anthropology, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg.

    1985 The Archaeology of St. Eustatius, Netherlands Antilles: An Interim Report on the 1981-1984 Seasons. College of William and Mary, St. Eustatius Archaeological Research Series No. 1. Williamsburg.

    1986 The Archaeology of the Government Guest House, St. Eustatius, Netherlands Antilles: An Interim Report. College of William and Mary, St. Eustatius Archaeological Research Series No. 2. Williamsburg.

    1987 Archaeological Investigations of the Princess Estate, St. Eustatius, Netherlands Antilles: An Interim Report on the Supposed Jewish Mikve. College of William and Mary, St. Eustatius Archaeological Research Series No. 3. Williamsburg.

    1988 Archaeology of the Jewish Synagogue, Holem Dalin, St. Eustatius. College of William and Mary, St. Eustatius Archaeological Research Series No. 4. Williamsburg.

    1989 Structural Aspects of the Archaeology of the Government Guest House, St. Eustatius, Netherlands Antilles. College of William and Mary, St. Eustatius Archaeological Research Series No. 5. Williamsburg.

    1990 The Archaeological Investigations of Structure 4, Government Guest House, St. Eustatius, Netherlands Antilles. College of William and Mary, St. Eustatius Archaeological Research Series No. 6. Williamsburg.

    1990 A Preliminary Study of Wegelegen, St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles. College of William and Mary, St. Maarten Archaeological Research Series No. 1. Williamsburg.

    1991 The Archaeological Investigation of Battery Concordia, St. Eustatius, Netherlands Antilles. College of William and Mary, St. Eustatius Archaeological Research Series No. 7. Williamsburg.

    1991 The Final Structural Report, Government Guest House Complex, St. Eustatius. College of William and Mary, St. Eustatius Archaeological Research Series No. 8. Williamsburg.

    1992 The Archaeological Survey of Ebenezer Sugar Plantation, Philipsburg, St. Maarten. College of William and Mary, St. Maarten Archaeological Research Series No. 2. Williamsburg.

    1993 The Archaeology of Piersey’s Hundred, Virginia, Within the Context of the Muster of 1624/5. In Archaeology of Eastern North America, Papers in Honor of Stephen Williams,” J. Stoltman, editor, pp. 313-336. Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Archaeological Report. Jackson.

    1993 The Archaeological Survey of Sites and Buildings, St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles: I. College of William and Mary, St. Maarten Archaeological Research Series No. 3. Williamsburg.

    1994 The Archaeological Survey of Sites and Buildings, St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles: II. College of William and Mary, St. Maarten Archaeological Research Series No. 4. Williamsburg.

    1994 An Overview of the Historical Archaeology of 18th Century Virginia. The Archaeology of Eighteenth-Century Virginia , T. Reinhart and D. Pogue, editors, Richmond. The Archaeolgical Society of Virginia.

    1995 The Country Estate of Governor Johannes DeGraaf: Preliminary Investigations. College of William and Mary, St. Eustatius Archaeological Research Series No. 9. Williamsburg.

    1995 The Archaeology of King’s Castle, 1994-5 Seasons Ms., Department of Anthropology, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg. Bermuda Journal of Archaeology and Maritime History].

    1995 Historical Anthropology of St. Eustatius, Collected Essays. Ms., Department of Anthropology, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg.

    1995 St. Eustatius: Entrepot on the Golden Rock. Ms., Department of Anthropology, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg.

    1996 Citizens of St. Eustatius, 1781: A Historical and Archaeological Study. In Parts Beyond the Seas: The Lesser Antilles in the Age of European Expansion, R. Paquette and S. Engerman, editors, Tallahassee: University Press of Florida.

  • Barka, Norman F., editor
    1969 Bibliography of the Virginia Indians. Archaeological Society of Virginia, Special Publication No. 1. Richmond.
  • Barka, Norman F. and Anne Barka
    1976 Archaeology and the Fur Trade: The Excavation of Sturgeon Fort, Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History, Annual Report Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1963 (Department Natural Resources), Regina, 1964, p. 3-4.

    1776-1780, Fort Sturgeon, fur trading post, on north Saskatchewan River, near Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Presents historical introduction, describes site, features, flora and fauna, artifacts, summary and conclusions also appendix with biographies of known inhabitants of Fort Sturgeon.

  • Barka, Norman F. and Douglas Sanford
    1976 The Archaeology of Highland (Ash Lawn), Albemarle, Virginia. Ms., Southside Historical Sites, Williamsburg.
  • Barka, Norman F. and Chris Sheridan
    1977 The Yorktown Pottery Industry, Yorktown, Virginia. Northeast Historical Archaeology 6(1-2):21-32.
  • Barka, Norman F. and Andrew Edwards
    1979 The Archaeology of Upper Wolfsnare, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Ms., Department of Anthropology, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg.
  • Barka, Norman F., N. Altshuler, Edward Ayres, and A. Barnes
    1979 Interpretation of Flowerdew Hundred, Virginia. Ms., Southside Historical Sites, Williamsburg.
  • Barka, Norman F., Charles. Troup, and A. Barnes
    1979 The Samuel Briggs Grist Mill, Patowmack Canal, Virginia. Ms., Southside Historical Sites, Williamsburg.
  • Barka, Norman F., Edward Ayres, and Chris Sheridan
    1984 The “Poor Potter” of Yorktown: A Study of a Colonial Pottery Factory (3 vols.). Denver: Denver Service Center, National Park Service.
  • Barka, Norman F. and Edward C. Harris
    1994 The 1993 Archaeological Investigations at Castle Island, Bermuda. The Bermuda Journal of Archaeology and Maritime History 6:1-80.
  • Barnett, W. Anthony and Paul J. F. Schumacher
    1967 An Analysis of The Archeological excavations by the U. S. Forest Service at Old Sitka, Sitka, Alaska, in 1934-1935. Ms., National Park Service, San Francisco.

    1799-1802, Russian fur trade site, Old Sitka, Sitka, AK. History of site; excavations by Forest Service; artifact collection of the Russian period and its catalogue.

  • Barr, Thomas P.
    1970 The 1969 field season at old Fort Hays. Kansas Anthropological Association Newsletter 15(7):1-3.

    19th century, U. S. military fort, Fort. Hays, KS.; report on 1969 field season.

  • Barrett, Brenda and Vance Packard
    1973 Preliminary Summary Report on Excavations at Camp Schoolhouse. Ms., Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg, and Valley Forge National Historical Park, Valley Forge, PA.

    1973 Preliminary Summary Report on Excavations at Commissary [pp. 1-7]. Ms., Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg, and Valley Forge National Historical Park, Valley Forge, PA.

  • Basalik, Kenneth J.
    1980 The MacIlvane House: An Analysis of Historical Archaeology. Master’s thesis, Temple University, Philadelphia.
  • Basalik, Kenneth J., Ronald Berge, Alan Tabachnick, Orloff Miller, Wendy Bacon, and Christopher Dore
    n.d. Phase III Data Recovery, Mid-County Expressway, I-476, Section 200, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Report to Pennsylvania Department of Transportation from Cultural Heritage Research Services, North Wales, PA.
  • Basalik, Kenneth J. and Ann R. Brown
    n.d. Phase I Archaeological Survey, Pennsylvania Turnpike Downingtown Interchange Modification and Expansion Project, Uwchlan Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Report to Uwchlan Township, Pennsylvania from Cultural Heritage Research Services, Chester, PA.
  • Basalik, Kenneth J. and John P. McCarthy
    1982 Discerning Patterns in an Urban Context: An Example from Philadelphia. The Conference on Historic Site Archaeology, Papers 1979, 14:20-27. Columbia, SC.
  • Baumhoff, Martin. A.
    1955 Excavation of Site Teh-1 (Kingsley Cave). University of California Archaeological Survey 30:40-73. Berkeley.

    Prehistoric and 19th century, Native American burial site, near Red Bluff, Tehama County, CA. Describes prehistoric Native American evidence and burials of Yahi Tribe children possibly massacred April 1871 by cattlemen.

  • Baumhoff, Martinn. A. and Albert B. Elsasser
    1956 Summary of Archaeological Survey and Excavation in California. University of California Archaeological Survey 33:1-28. Berkeley.

    Prehistoric to historic, Native American sites, California. “An attempt graphically to summarize all field research, published or available in manuscript form, which might be expected ultimately to contribute to a general treatise on California archaeology, including extra-areal relationships wherever indicated.”

  • Bauxer, Joseph
    1961 The Historic Period, Illinois. Illinois Archaeologist 9:40-60.

    Historic, Native American cultures, Illinois. Discusses locations, movement, and way of life of Indian tribes.

  • Bawden, Garth
    1976 Chelmsford Sewer Facility Plan: Phase I. Ms., Massachusetts Historical Commission, Boston.

    Mitigation survey of Chelmsford sewer facility, MA.

    1976 Culture Resource Survey Report: Oxford-Rochedale Sewer District. Ms., Massachusetts Historical Commission, Boston.

    Survey of Oxford-Rochedale Sewer District, Massachusetts.

  • Beardsley, Richard K.
    1954 Temporal and Areal Relationships in Central California Archaeology. University of California Archaeological Survey 24:1-127. Berkeley.

    Prehistoric through historic period, Native American cultures, California. Cultural horizons in the Marin County coast with some discussion of horizons in the San Francisco Bay region and in the Sacramento Valley that are correlated with these; important paper.

  • Beaubien, Paul L.
    1937 Excavations at Tumacacori, 1934. Southwestern Archeological Laboratory, Southwestern Monuments Special Report No. 15 (Supp.), pp. 183-220. Tucson.

    1949 Report on Historic Sites Archeology at Fort Laramie National Monument. Ms., Fort Laramie National Monument, WY.

    Results of tests to establish location of structures, features; account of artifacts.

    1951 Preliminary Report of The Archeological Investigations at Fort Laramie National Monument 1950. Ms., Midwest Region, National Park Service, Omaha.

    19th century, Excavation of Basement No. 2, Basement 3, Sutler’s Store, in old cemetery, and site of Fort John.

  • Beaubien, Paul L. and Merrill J. Mattes
    1954 George Washington Carver National Memorial Monument: TheArcheological Search for George Washington Carver’s Birthplace. Negro History Bulletin 18(2):33-38.

    19th century, birthplace of Negro leader, Newton County, MO. Archaeological evidence in historical perspective.

  • Beauchamp, William M.
    1903 Metallic Ornaments of the New York Indians. Bulletin of the New York State Museum 73:1-114. Albany.

    A pioneer work in classifying and describing European objects of trade with Native Americans: earrings, brooches, bracelets, and headbands. This major contribution involved the study and meticulous drawing of hundreds of specimens from many collections. The author also abstracted many significant passages from contemporary accounts of trade silver and silversmithing. Includes a major bibliography.

  • Beck, Horace C.
    1928 Classification and Nomenclature of Beads and Pendants. Archaeologia 77:1-76.

    While the glass and ceramic beads discussed are mostly of Mediterranean origin, the substance of the article deals with the achievement of a general agreement as to how a bead should be described: disc, short, standard, long, and all variations, single and multiple perforations, etc.

  • Becker, Marshall J.
    1976 The Okehocking: A Remnant Band of Delaware Indians in Chester County, Pennsylvania during the Colonial Period. 46(3):25-63.

    1977 Summary Report on the 1976 Excavations at Governor Printz State Park, Essington, Pennsylvania (36 DE 3). Ms., Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

    1977 “Swedish” Colonial Yellow Bricks: Notes on Their Uses and Possible Origins in 17th Century America. Historical Archaeology 11, 112-118.

    1978 An Eighteenth Century Witch Bottle in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Archaeologist 48(1-2):1-11.

    1978 Report of the 1978 Excavations at Pennsbury Manor, 36 BU 19. Report, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

    1979 Ethnohistory and Archaeology in Search of Printzhof: The 17th Century Residence of Swedish Colonial Governor Johan Printz. Ethnohistory 26(1):15-44.

    1980 Family Tradition and the Location of William Brinton’s Cabin. Ms., West Chester University, West Chester, PA.

    1980 Preliminary Report on the 1980 Excavation Program at the Montgomery Site (36 CH 60) in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Ms., West Chester University, West Chester, PA.

    1980 Wampum: The Development of an Early American Currency. Archaeological Society of New Jersey, Bulletin 36:1-11.

    1982 The Montgomery Site, 36-CH-60: A Late Contact Lenape (Delaware) Site in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Ms., West Chester University, West Chester, PA.

    1990 A Wolf’s Head Pouch: Lenape Material Culture in the Collections of the Skokloster Museum, Sweden. Archeomaterials 4(1):77-95.

  • Bell, Robert E., Edward B. Jelks, and W. W. Newcomb
    1967 A Pilot Study of Wichita Indian Archaeology and Ethnohistory. Ms., National Science Foundation; University of Texas, Austin.

    Survey of potential Wichita, archaeological remains in Oklahoma of the 17th-18th century. Includes an ethnohistoric investigation of Wichita in the southern Plains, including Texas.

  • Bennyhoff, James A. and Albert B. Elsasser
    1954 Sonoma Mission: An Historical and Archaeological Study of Primary Constructions, 1823-1913. University of California Archaeological Survey 27:1-81. Berkeley.

    1823-1913, Spanish colonial, Mexican, and U. S. periods, Roman Catholic mission, Sonoma County, CA,. Historical background, excavation, notes, and data summaries.

  • Benton, Ann W.
    1972 The Occurrence of Spanish Ceramics at SA 16-23. Ms., Department of Anthropology, University of Florida, Gainesville.

    17th-18th century, Spanish settlement site, St. Augustine, Florida; Spanish ceramics.

  • Bentzen, Conrad B.
    1940 Progress Report on Archeological Field Work – Jamestown Island, 1940. Ms., National Park Service, Richmond, VA.

    17th century, British colonial settlement, Jamestown Island, Virginia. Account of early National Park Service investigations.

  • Bentzen, Conrad B. and E. M. Riley
    1944 Lot 24, Yorktown, Virginia (The Courthouse Lot): Historical Data and Report of Archeological Excavations in 1941. Ms., National Park Service, Richmond, VA.

    18th century, British colonial domestic site, Yorktown, VA. Account of excavations and material culture evidence associated with domestic features.

  • Berge, Dale L.
    1968 The Gila Bend Stage Station. Kiva 33(4):169-243.

    1850-1900, Gila Bend stage station, southwest Arizona; western frontier. Concentrates on glassware.

  • Berriman, A. E.
    1953 Historical Metrology. New York: E. P. Dutton and Company.

    New analysis of the archaeological and the historical evidence relating to weights and measures for a variety of areas.

  • Bevan, Bruce
    1984 Ground-Penetrating Radar for the Search for Redoubt 5, Yorktown. Report to Mid-Atlantic Region, National Park Service, Philadelphia.
  • Bevan, Bruce and Jeffrey Kenyon
    1975 Ground-Penetrating Radar for Historical Archaeology. MASCA Newsletter 11(2):2-7.
  • Binford, Lewis R.
    1962 A Discussion of the Contrasts in the Development of the Settlement of Fort Michilimackinac under British and French Rule. Southeastern Archaeological Conference Newsletter 9(1):50-59.

    1962 A New Method of Calculating Dates from Kaolin Pipe Stem Samples. Southeastern Archaeological Conference Newsletter 9(1):19-25.

    Proposes a mathematical regression formula to be applied to a statistically reliable sample of stems, so that the mean date of occupancy of the site from which the sample derives can be determined. Method is based on Jean C. Harrington’s original time span-date correlations.

    1972 Evolution and Horizon as Revealed in Ceramic Analysis in Historical Archaeology — A Step toward the Development of Archaeological Science. The Conference on Historic Site Archaeology, Papers 1971, 6:117-125. Columbia, SC.

    1977 Historical Archaeology: Is It Historical or Archaeological? In “Historical Archaeology and the Importance of Material Things,” Leland Ferguson, editor, pp. 13-22. Society for Historical Archaeology, Special Publication Series No. 2. East Lansing.

  • Bining, Arthur C.
    1938 Pennsylvania Iron Manufactures in the Eighteenth Century. Harrisburg: Pennsylvania Historical Commission.

    18th century, Pennsylvania iron manufacturing. History and description of early iron manufacturing centers.

  • Bishop, Charles A. and M. Estellie Smith
    1975 Early Historic Populations in Northwestern Ontario: Archaeological and Ethnohistorical Interpretations. American Anthropologist 40(1):54-63.

    Data on ethnography, history, archaeology of Native American population of northwest Ontario in the historic period.

  • Blaker, Margaret C.
    1950 Pottery Types from the Townsend Site, Lewes, Delaware. Bulletin of the Eastern States Archaeological Federation 9:11.

    The Townsend site, Lewes, DE, where prehistoric-to possible contact period shell-filled pits yielded 750 restorable Native American ceramic vessels of a homogeneous group, Townsend series, 5 types, and in addition a small heterogeneous group and 4 Vinnette I sherds.

  • Bloice, Brian and James Thorn
    1969 London Tin-glazed Pottery. London Archaeologist l(3):57-59; (4):84-89.

    17th and 18th century, English tin-glazed pottery.

  • Blomberg, Belinda
    1995 Archaeological Data Recovery in the Vicinity of Twelfth and Arch Streets at the Site of the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Report to Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation from John Milner Associates, Philadelphia.

    1995 Archaeological Investigations at the Site of the Bourse Garage/Omni Hotel at Independence Square, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Report to Bourse Garage Associates and the Kevin F. Donohoe Company from John Milner Associates, Philadelphia.

  • Bloom, Lansing B.
    1923 The Jemez Expedition of the School, Summer of 1922. El Palacio 14(2):13-20.

    1617-1680, Spanish colonial mission and pueblo village, Jemez Canyon, NM. Fairly detailed report on excavations at Giusewa; mention of broken ceramic sconce, candle socket, dishes of “Spanish shape,” and charred wheat; site is that of the Franciscan mission, San Diego de Jemez.

  • Bogucki, Peter I. and Richard E. Cauffiel
    1975 Archaeological Investigations at the Taddeus Kosciuszko National Memorial, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia. Report, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.
  • Boissevain, Ethel
    1969 The Historic Village of the Narragansett Indians. Ms., The Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission and Lehman College of City University of New York, New York.

    19th-20th century, Native American (Narragansett) population of southern New England, concentrating on township of Charlestown, RI. Description of location, dimension, physical setting, natural resources, distribution of houses, church, school, graveyards, and brief summary of history of habitation until 20th century when most of town was deserted; discussion of worthiness of this site for preservation. Description of foundations for house walls, and small finds: iron farm machinery, cooking utensils, ceramics, glass bottles. Bibliography includes acts and reports of the government of Rhode Island and local histories and other works by the author.

    1970 The Ecology of the Historic Village of the Narragansett Indians. Ms., The Rhode Island Historical Preservation Commission and Lehman College of City University of New York, New York.

    19th-20th century, Native American (Narragansett), southern New England, concentrating on the township of Charlestown, Rhode Island. Description of the physical environment of 19th-20th century village of the Narragansett Indians with emphasis on land and water, use of resources. Description of house complex with barn, smoke house, well and sheep pen. Hunting and fishing, sheep raising, small farming, stone masonry (detailed), with cedar tree chopping and other occupations. House, graveyard distributions, with church, school. Bibliography includes acts and reports of the government of Rhode Island and local histories and other works by the author.

    1921 The Spanish Borderlands: A Chronicle of Old Florida and the Southwest. New Haven: Yale University Press.

    Spanish colonial history of Florida and the Southwest. Numerous historic site references.

  • Bolton, Reginald P.
    1916 Archaeological Investigations of a Revolutionary War Camp, Manhattan Island. American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society – Annual Report 20(1915)(App. A):347-501.

    18th century, U. S. and British colonial military campsites, Manhattan Island, NY. Discusses relics of American Revolution, story of discovery of buried remains of military life in forts and camps on Manhattan Island.

    1924 Washington Heights, Manhattan, Its Eventful Past. New York: Historical Society.

    1776-1783, British and U. S. military sites, Manhattan Island, New York. Excavated in 1902-1920; maps and records in American Geographical Society, New York.

  • Bonine, Chesleigh A.
    1956 Archeological Investigations of the Dutch “Swanendael” Settlement Under Devries, 1631-1632. The Archeolog 8(3).

    1631-1632, Dutch colonial settlement, on Delaware River, Lewes, DE. Includes historical summary, the cemetery plot, objectives of investigation, and field methods. Evidence uncovered old cemetery site, postmolds of palisade, examination and report of artifacts (all 18th and 19th century); Indian habitations. At the Old House site (one mile south of cemetery plot and palisade site), artifacts from 1630 to 1750 were found.

  • Borden, Charles E.
    1952 Results of Archaeological Investigations in Central British Columbia. Anthropology of British Columbia 3:31-43. Victoria.

    Early 19th century, Native American (Carrier), Chinlac village, near mouth of Stuart River, between Vanderhoof and Prince George, central BC. Among modern trade items recovered at Chinlac were porcelain and glass beads, copper foil rolled into tubular beads, a strike-a-light, iron projectile points and awls, an iron blade, a small steel spring, miscellaneous iron fragments; Chinese coin (Sung Dynasty [AD 960-1127]).

  • Borrell, Pedro J.
    1980 Arqueologia Submarina en la Republica Dominicana. Santo Domingo: Comision de Rescate Arqueologico Submarino.

    Overview of research conducted by Comision focusing on individual sites investigated. Brief coverage of each site, but few details about data; in Spanish.

  • Borreson, Thor
    1939 Report on Gun Carriages for Fort Nonsense, Morristown National Historical Park. Ms., National Park Service, Morristown, NJ.

    18th century, British colonial fort (Nonsense), Morristown, NJ. Historical report and reconstruction; specific guns and carriages shown on drawings (No. NHP-COL-10016, Sheets 1, 2, and 3)

    1941 Archaeological Notes on the Excavation of Test Holes for the Examination of Stones of Fort Marion, Florida. Ms., National Park Service, Washington.

    Ca. 1680, Castillo de San Marcos, Spanish colonial fort, Florida; later U. S. fort built on site. Archaeological tests; various illustrations, some demonstrating supporting stone on wood and the French and British work on fortification.

  • Borstling, Henry
    1965 Resistivity Survey of Graeme Park, Horsham, Pennsylvania. Report, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

    1965 Resistivity Survey of Hope Lodge, Whitemarsh, Pennsylvania. Report, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

  • Bott, Keith E.
    1980 Archaeological Testing at “Old Church” (44KQ73): An Examination of Function and the Potential for Future Study. Ms., Virginia Restoration C Association, Williamsburg.

    Ca. 17th-20th century, historic church, “old church,” King and Queen County, VA. Discusses testing of area surrounding church to supplement dearth of historical documentation on earlier use of the site. Major features: late 17th, possible early 18th century church site predating the standing “old church,” and early graveyard; artifacts are mostly architectural related. The “old church” is the Anglican Stratton Major Parish church, possibly built as early as 1729. Discusses theory and methodology.

  • Bower, Beth Anne
    1975 The Pottery-Making Trade in Colonial Philadelphia: The Growth of an Early Urban Industry. Master’s thesis, Brown University, Providence.

    1985 The Pottery-Making Trade in Colonial Philadelphia: The Growth of an Early Urban Industry. In Domestic Pottery of the Northeastern United States, 1625-1850, Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh, editor, pp. 265-284. New York: Academic Press.

  • Bowie, John R., editor
    1990 Workshop of the World! A Selective Guide to the Industrial Archaeology of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: Oliver Evans Chapter, Society for Industrial Archeology.
  • Bowman, J. N.
    1951 Adobe Houses in the San Francisco Bay Region. Bulletin 154:57-64.

    18th-20th century, Spanish colonial and U. S., central California area. History of adobe domestic construction; origin and process of making the adobe bricks; listing of counties, plus specific buildings. Brief description of the adobe house in general.

  • Boyd, E.
    1961 A Bronze Medal of Sixteenth Century Style. El Palacio 68(2):124-128.

    Describes Spanish medallion found at Yunque. Discussion of relevant background data pertaining to possible genesis of the medal.

    1970 Seventeenth Century Spanish Medal Found in Estancia Valley. El Palacio 76(3):16.

    17th century, religious medal found near Moriarity, Estancia Valley, NM. Medal has St. Teresa on one side and St. Onofrius on the other.

  • Boyd, Julian P., compiler
    1938 New Sweden, 1638-1938. Being a Catalogue of Rare Books and Manuscripts Relating to the Swedish Colonization on the Delaware River. Philadelphia: Historical Society of Philadelphia.

    17th century, Swedish colonial settlement, Delaware and Pennsylvania.

  • Boyd, Mark, Hale G. Smith, and John W. Griffin
    1951 Here They Once Stood. Gainesville: University of Florida Press.

    Pre-1600, Spanish colonial fort and mission, central Florida. Documentary and archaeological research (translation of Spanish document); includes excavation reports on Spanish mission in Jefferson County, FL, and on Fort San Luis.

  • Bradley, Zorro A.
    1960- The Whitmore-McIntrye Dugout, Pipe Spring National Monument. Part I:
    1961 History; Part II: Excavation. Plateau 33(2):40-45; (3):69-82.

    Ca. 1863-1866, Mormon settlement, northern Arizona; excavation.

  • Brain, Jeffrey P.
    1970 Lower Mississippi Survey: The Tunica Treasure. Peabody Museum Bulletin 2:8.

    Early 18th century, Native American (Tunica) contact site, Yazoo River, Mississippi. Preliminary account of extraordinary assortment of early 18th century European ceramics and glass taken from Tunica burial cache.

    1995 Fort St. George: Archaeological Investigation of the 1607-1608 Popham Colony on the Kennebec River in Maine. Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA.

  • Brandes, Ray
    1960 Frontier Military Posts of Arizona. Globe, AZ: Dale Stuart King.

    19th century, U. S. military posts, Arizona; survey. Includes descriptions of 46 forts and military camps and a summary of non-military (i.e., non-U. S. military) forts and sites. Most data are archival, but where archaeological investigations contributed information, they are noted. Most extant sites have not been subjects of archaeological investigation, but could be.

  • Brannon, Peter A.
    1909 Aboriginal Remains in the Middle Chattahoochee Valley of Alabama and Georgia. American Anthropologist 11(2):186-198.

    Prehistoric-contact, Native American sites, Chattahoochee valley, Alabama and Georgia. Describes a number of brass rings found in burials at Kyle mound in western Georgia.

    1934 Indian Trade Materials. Arrow Points 20(1-2):13-14.

    Discusses historic trade materials found mixed with aboriginal remains, particularly in the Tallapoosa River area of Alabama. An array of glass trade bottles is featured.

    l935 Glass Beads. Arrow Points 21(5-6):51-52.

    Discuss types, distributions, uses, and origins of beads.

    1935 The Southern Trade. Montgomery: Paragon Press.

    Discusses trade goods based on documentary evidence and analysis of specific objects in collections. There is good attention to historic trade routes throughout the South. Identifies the centers from which trade goods were distributed and locates trading posts and factories. Information is presented on the leaders in the southern Native American trade in the 17th and 18th centuries. Statistics regarding the take of deer skins in Virginia and Carolina is provided. Of particular value are the notes on trade objects that have been studied by the author (photographs of many of these objects lend to the value of the account). Data on glass and silver ornaments are especially useful. In most instances, however, the origin of specimens or the sites where found is not given and the collections in which they are preserved are only vaguely identified. Illustrated with photographs.

    1935 Taskigi Town: A History of the Site. Arrow Points 20(5-6):31-32.

    Prehistoric to 18th century, Native American contact with both British and French colonial cultures, Alabama. The Taskigi site between the Tallapoosa and Coosa rivers contained 2000 urn burials, nine of which contained blue glass trade beads and one or two pieces of iron. Beads were of an early type that did not persist beyond 1700. The French built a fort here in 1715.

    1936 German Stone Ware. Arrow Points 21(5-6):50.

    Certain trade materials found on the Tallapoosa River, AL, are identified as Westerwald German pottery of the 18th century, said to be similar to materials found at French Fort Toulouse (1715-1763).

  • Brassard, Leo, C.S.V.
    1961 Grottes d’Interet Historique sur le Fiord Saguinay. Societe Historique du Saguinay 3:3-4.

    Artifacts of possible European origin suggest Dancy contact at upper Sauguinay River, Quebec.

  • Brault, Lucien
    1962 Ou 12 a eu Lieu le Combat de Dollard des Ormeaux? Le Documentaire sur la Bataille de Long-Sault. Anthropological Journal of Canada 1(1):7-9.

    17th century, French colonial military site, Ontario. Concludes that the battle occurred on the Ross-Lavigne farm on the south side of the Ottawa River. Article printed with Equisse de la palissade dessine d’apres la rapport de Louis le Huron et les trouvailles de Thomas E. Lee.

  • Braunberger, A. Barry and Thain White
    1964 Howse’s House, an Examination of the Historical and Archaeological Evidence. Washington Archaeologist 8(2-3).

    Discusses with illustrations eleven archaeological sites located and tested by the authors in Flathead Valley. Historical references to Hudson’s Bay Company posts along the Saskatchewan; Flathead Indian travel routes from Bitterroot Valley.

  • Bray, Robert T.
    1967 An Archaeological Survey and Excavations at Wilson’s Creek Battlefield National Park, Missouri. Ms., Lyman Archaeological Research Center, University of Missouri, Miami, MO, and National Park Service, Miami, MO.

    19th century, Wilson’s Creek Battlefield, U. S. Civil War battlefield, Missouri. Battlefield associations, U. S. and Confederate military artifacts, as well as houses and other domestic features and artifacts described.

    1968 Preliminary Archaeological Investigations at First Missouri State Capitol, St. Charles. Ms., Missouri State Park Board and Lyman Archaeological Research Center, University of Missouri, Miami, MO.

    1819-1961, U. S. public building, the first state capitol at St. Charles, Missouri. Discusses stratigraphic and architectural investigations, artifacts.

    n.d. Archaeological Investigations at the Sites Gun Shop (1846-1902), Arrow Rock, 4Missouri. Ms., Lyman Archaeological Research Center, University of Missouri, Miami, MO.

    1846-1902, U. S. manufacturing site, Arrow Rock, MO. Brief account of excavations in 1967.

  • Brearley, Harry C.
    1919 Time Telling Through the Ages. New York: Doubleday, Page and Company.

    While the book is universal and historical in its approach, its interest for the archaeologist and student of material culture is a chronological list of American watch manufacturers, an encyclopedic dictionary, and a generally good history of the topic.

  • Breternitz, David A.
    1957 A Brief Archaeological Survey of the Lower Gila River. Kiva 22(2-3):1-12.

    Prehistoric Native American sites to 19th century U. S. settlers, Lower Gila River, AZ. Survey of the Lower Gila River with 14 sites surveyed; all material recovered from the surface; sites range from trails to campsites to petroglyph sites. Ceramics were the most abundant material (various series of Lower Colorado Buff ware).

  • Brew, John Otis
    1937 The First Two Seasons at Awatovi. American Antiquity 3(2):122-137.

    Prehistoric to historic, Hopi village (Pueblo) and Spanish colonial mission, northern Arizona. Summary of archaeological work at mission site destroyed in the 18th century. The pueblo was inhabited at the time of the Spanish Conquest, but the full extent of the area occupied by Awatovi had been attained in prehistoric times.

    1939 Preliminary Report of the Peabody Museum Awatovi Expedition of 1937. American Antiquity 5(2):103-114.

    Prehistoric to historic, Hopi-Pueblo and Spanish colonial contact site, northern Arizona. Report of excavation at Awatovi Pueblo, continuing earlier 1937 work.

    1941 Awatovi Expedition of 1939. Plateau 13(3):37-44.

    Prehistoric to historic, Hopi and Spanish colonial contact in northern Arizona. Account of fifth field season at Awatovi, 1939.

  • Brewer, Sallie
    1951 Report on Archeological Trenching at Tumacacori National Monument. Ms., Southwestern Archeological Center, Tucson.

    1951 Report on Archaeological Trenching at Tumacacori National Monument. Ms., The University of Arizona and National Park Service, Tucson.

    18th century, Spanish colonial mission and Native American village, 19th-20th century U. S., southern Arizona. Report is arranged by test areas; results not summarized. The work was a salvage project resulting from the proposed extension of the state highway right-of-way.

  • Brigham, William B.
    n.d. The Grand Kickapoo Village and Associated Fort in Illinois. Urbana: University of Illinois.

    1752-1812, Kickapoo village and fort, Illinois. A general historical discussion of the known information relating to the location and form of the Kickapoo fort.

  • Brill, Robert H., R. L. Fleischer, P. B. Price, and R. M. Walker
    1964 The Fission Track Dating of Man-made Glasses: Preliminary Results. Journal of Glass Studies 6.
  • Brittingham, Joseph B. and Alvin Warren Brittingham, Sr.
    1947 The First Trading Post at Kicotan (Kecoughtan), Hampton, Virginia. Hampton: The Franklin Printing Co.

    Describes excavation; maps and photos.

  • Broadbent, Sylvia M.
    1961 Historic Ceramics at Sutter’s Fort. Ms. No. 62, State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    19th century, U. S. and Spanish colonial fortified settlement, near Sacramento, CA. Description of historical ceramics appears as an appendix in Archaeological Investigations at Sutter’s Fort State Historical Monument (1959).

  • Brockington, Donald L. and Ray Brandes
    1965 The First Season’s Work at “The Silent City,” a Preliminary Report to the Membership on the Archaeological and Historical Investigations at the Royal Presidio of San Diego. Times Gone By 11(4):1-29.

    1769-1839, Spanish colonial site, southern California. Summary descriptions of the first season of excavations conducted by a cooperative project utilizing student labor in an archaeological field school developed by San Diego State College under an agreement with the San Diego Historical Society during the summer of 1965.

  • Bronsted, Johannes
    1954 Norsemen in North America Before Columbus. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.

    Summary of evidence, including archaeological evidence, for Norse visitation in North America [pp. 367-405].

  • Brooks, Edward
    1946 Pottery Types from Hampden County. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 7(4):78-79.

    Native American site, Hampden County, MA. Small number of European trade goods recovered along with pottery of Iroquoian and Algonkian types.

  • Brooks, Richard H.
    1968 Preliminary Archaeological Report on the Central Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada. Ms., University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

    19th century, four U. S. transportation sites, central Nevada. Three stations (Moore’s, Hicks’, and Pritchard’s) consist of house structures and outbuildings; one (Burnt Station) consists only of pit depressions. A short survey report, it includes no descriptions of these sites.

    1969 Archaeological Report on the Central Nevada Test Site, Nye County, Nevada. Ms., Nevada Archaeological Survey, Desert Research Institute, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

    Prehistoric to 19th century, Hot Creek and Little Smokey Valley areas, central Nevada (a revised version of a preliminary report); survey. Mentions four historic sites in the areas around UC3 and UC4, along Moore Wash; all are historic houses, probably representing individual miners’ cabins [p. 25; plates 18 and 19].

    1970 The 1969-70 Report on the Archaeological Survey of the Lower Colorado River. Ms., University of Nevada, Las Vegas and National Park Service, Las Vegas.

    Prehistoric and historic, sites, lower Colorado (Davis Dam to Mexican border), California and Arizona. Summary of survey activities; brief mention of 19th century town of La Paz, a flourishing steamboat station until the Colorado changed its channel course.

  • Brose, David S.
    1970 The Archaeology of Summer Island: Changing Settlement Systems in Northern Lake Michigan. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan.

    Prehistoric to contact Native American settlements, Summer Island, northern Lake Michigan, MI. Mostly prehistoric materials but some account of trade goods.

    1971 The Direct Historic Approach to Michigan Archaeology. Ethnohistory 18(1):51-61.

    Attempts to show that the period between prehistoric and historic is not relevant and further argues that the historical approach will not advance our understanding of Native Americans. Area of concentration is Michigan in the historic period.

  • Brower, J. V.
    1898 Quivera. Memoirs of Explorations in the Basin of the Mississippi, Vol. I. St. Paul: privately published.

    Discusses the whereabouts of the legendary Native American city of Quivera.

    1899 Harahey. Memoirs of Explorations in the Basin of the Missouri, vol. 2. St. Paul: Privately published.

    16th century, Spanish exploration, Coronado’s march; description of “Province of Harahey.”

    1901 Kathio. In Memoirs of Explorations in the Mississippi Basin, vol. 4. St. Paul: Privately published.

    Discusses Native American village in Minnesota, described as the oldest town in Minnesota. Historical references to Native American village of Kathio as well as archaeological survey.

  • Brown, Charles E.
    1910 Silver Trade Crosses. Wisconsin Archaeologist 9(4):104-112.

    Useful guide to trade crosses in the collections of the Wisconsin State Historical Society, Madison, WI. Comparisons between the Wisconsin specimens and other specimens known by the author are made. Text and figures are carefully related. In addition to silver crosses the article discusses bone and lead and brass crosses and crucifixes in the Wisconsin collection.

    1915 Archaeological Evidence in Northwest Wisconsin. Wisconsin Archaeologist 13(1):7-59.

    Prehistoric-19th century, Native American sites, Douglas County, WI. Mentions site of Chippewa-Sioux Battle of the Brule, 1841; also Yellow Lake and Trade Lake trading posts.

    1916 Archaeological History of Milwaukee County. Wisconsin Archaeologist os 15(2):25-105.

    19th century, Potawatomi and other historic Native American groups, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. References to 19th century and some previous historic camp and burial sites; no archaeological field work.

    1918 Indian Trade Implements and Ornaments. Wisconsin Archaeologist os 17(3):61-97.

    Describes trade materials from the Wisconsin area. Often the exact provenience is not given, but descriptions are good and an extensive historical background is given.

    1921 Fox Lake. Wisconsin Archaeologist os 20(4):110-117.

    19th century, Winnebago site, Fox Lake, Dodge County, WI. Island Resort site.

    1922 Beaver Dam Lake. Wisconsin Archaeologist (ns) 1(1):7-19.

    Early 19th century, Potawatomi-Winnebago campsites, Beaver Dam region, Dodge County, Wisconsin. References to early settler identifications of Native American campsites; no field work.

    1926 Delavan Lake. Wisconsin Archaeologist (ns) 6(1):7-31.

    19th century, Potawatomi-Winnebago sites, Walworth County, southeastern Wisconsin. References to historic Native American occupation sites, first half of 19th century.

    1926 Pike Lake. Wisconsin Archaeologist (ns) 6(2):41-47.

    19th century, Potawatomi campsites, Pike Lake, Hartford Township, Washington County, WI. Notations of locations and recollections of Potawatomi campsites, first half of 19th century.

    1929 Winnebagos as Builders of Wisconsin Earthwork. Wisconsin Archaeologist (ns) 10(3):124-129.

    19th century, Winnebago ethnography in Wisconsin. Ethnographic association of linear and effigy mounds in the Mendota Lake and Wingra Lake area, with historic Winnebago long house sites and totemic symbols at agricultural sites; from an elderly Winnebago informant, August 1911.

  • Brown, Charles E. and Theodore T. Brown
    1929 Indian Villages and Camp Sites of Lower Rock River in Wisconsin . Wisconsin Archaeologist (ns) 9(1):7-93.

    Prehistoric to 1829, Winnebago sites on lower Rock River, Wisconsin. Good description of area, listing all sites in the lower Rock River from Edgerton to Beloit. Historical material found at Catfish village, mouth of the Catfish River. Other references to possible historical association at other sites mentioned.

  • Brown, Henry D.
    1958 Cadillac’s Village, Detroit under the French Regime. Detroit Historical Society Bulletin 14(6):#

    18th century, French colonial settlement, Detroit, MI. General historical discussion of the founding of Detroit, together with a discussion of the Moran house restoration.

  • Brown, Margaret K.
    1973 The First Kaskaskia: The Zimmerman Site, Ottawa, Illinois. Lasalle County Illinois Historical Society 13.

    Early historic, Illinois Indian village, Ottawa, IL.

  • Brown, Ralph Duncan
    1937 Archaeological Instigation of the Northwest Company’s Post, Grand Portage, Cook Co., Minnesota, 1936. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indians at Work May:38-43. Washington.

    Abstracted in article “Recent Excavations at Grand Portage” (Minnesota History 18(4):456-458.).

  • Brown, Walter R.
    1964 Report on the Cook Site, Vacaville, Solano County, California. Ms. No. 245, State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    19th century, Native American site, Vacaville, Solano County, CA (Part II of archaeological report on the Pena adobe and the Cook site, X-Sol-7-C).

  • Bryan, Alan L.
    1957 Results and Interpretations of Recent Archaeological Research in Western Washington with Circum-Boreal Implications. Davidson Journal of Anthropology 3(1):l-16. Reprinted in 1987 in Northwest Anthropological Research Notes 21(1/2):385-400.
  • Bryan, Edwin H., Jr., Chester K. Wentworth, Amy Greenwell, Marie C. Neal, Amy Suehiro, and Alison Kay
    1957 The Natural and Cultural History of Honaunau, vols. 1-2. Ms., Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu.

    Prehistoric to present, near middle of Kona slope of island of Hawaii, HA. Archaeology of 18th century City of Refuge. Includes: foreword, ecology of Honaunau, geological notes, flora, insects, mammals, birds, and reptiles, as well as marine biota of Honaunau; check list of invertebrates.

  • Bullen, Ripley P.
    1942 Forts, Boundaries, or Ha-Has? Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 41:1-11.

    Field investigations to establish antiquity of earthworks.

    1946 The Foster’s Cove Site. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 7(2):24-36.

    17th century, Native American and British colonial contact site, eastern Massachusetts. Two fragments of a probable English flint found in the course of excavation suggest a late date for this site.

    1946 Suggestions of Stratigraphy in Eastern Massachusetts. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 7(3):54-58.

    Prehistoric to contact, Native American sites, eastern Massachusetts. Making use of projectile points as possible indicators of culture change, the article summarizes what is known of aboriginal chronology in eastern Massachusetts. The Seth’s Swamp, Foster’s Cove, Maud Eaton, and Davis Farm sites are included, all stratified sites with historic components.

    1948 Cultural Dynamics in Eastern Massachusetts. American Antiquity 14(1):36-48.

    Archaic to 17th century, contact Native American sites, Massachusetts. Camp Maud Eaton, mentioned in this survey, contained collared, castellated, and incised pottery sherds in association with gun flints and a brass arrowhead.

    1948 The Woodward Site. Florida Anthropologist 2(3-4):49-64.

    16th century, Spanish colonial contact site, Florida. Tinaja and majolica sherds recovered from the surface of this site.

    1950 The Johnson’s Spring Site. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 2(2):37-44.

    17th century, Native American site, Massachusetts. Based on stem-hole diameter measurements made on a trade pipe, the author dates site early in the contact period.

  • Bullen, Ripley P. and Edward Brooks
    1948 Shell Heaps on Sandy Neck, Barnstable, Massachusetts. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 6(2):17-28.

    18th century, British colonial whaling huts, Sandy Neck, Barnstable, Massachusetts. Site 7 consists of the remains of what are probably two huts for men engaged in extracting whale oil.

    1949 The Herrecater Swamp Site, Nantucket Island, Massachusetts. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 10(4):81-89.

    Early 18th century, British colonial and Native American contact site, Nantucket Island, MA. Two refuse pits associated with a stone wall and containing mixed colonial and Indian artifacts are identified as an early 18th century colonial site.

  • Bullen, Ripley P. and Adelaide K. Bullen
    1945 Black Lucy’s Garden. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 6(2):17-28.

    19th century, Black residence, Andover, MA.

    Bullen, Ripley P. and John W. Griffin
    1952 An Archaeological Survey of Amelia Island, Florida. Florida Anthropologist 5(3-4):37-64.

    Prehistoric to historic, Native American sites, Florida. Among the many sites discussed, N-35 and N-9, or Fernandina, were found to contain historic materials.

  • Bullock, Helen D.
    1959 Christ Church Excavations. Historic Preservation 11(4):124-127.

    17th-18th century, British colonial church, Lancaster County, Virginia. Report of excavations by Jean C. Harrington in October 1959.

  • Bullock, Orin M., Jr.
    1968 A Report of the Research Findings on the Stone Building at Hyde Hall, 1968. Ms., Cooperstown Graduate Programs, New York State Historic Trust, Cooperstown.

    19th century, U. S. stone outbuilding, Springfield, Otsego County, NY. Architectural and archaeological investigation of the stone outbuilding to determine the dates of construction, additions, and uses.

  • Burger, Marjorie K. and Peter P. Pratt
    1973 SUNY-Oswego Excavations in Ontario Relating to the Disappearance of the St. Lawrence Iroquois. Bulletin of the Eastern States Archaeological Federation 32:14-15.

    Pre-1800 period, Iroquois settlements.

  • Burger, Valerie
    1953 Indian Camp Sites on Kempt and Manwan Lakes in the Province of Quebec Pennsylvania Archaeologist 23(1):32-46.

    Twenty Native American sites excavated during a period of low water and found to be from the contact period.

  • Burgoyne, Carlyle
    1966 Dalles Artifacts. Screenings 15(4):

    Describes photographed pipe on Native American site on Horse Thief Lake, Oregon, near The Dalles.

  • Burke, R. P.
    1936 Check List: Glass Indians Beads. Arrow Points 21(5-6):53-63.

    Describes and analyzes glass beads found in the Tallapoosa Valley of Alabama; no attempt to date the materials.

  • Burnston, Sharon Ann
    1975 Report on the Faunal Analysis of Head House East Archaeological Project, Feature 10. Ms., Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

    1976 Animal Bones and the Social System: Man-Animal Relationships in Colonial Philadelphia. Ms., author’s possession.

    1978 Human Infant Remains from an Eighteenth Century Philadelphia Trash Deposit. Master’s thesis, Temple University, Philadelphia.

    1982 Babies in the Well: An Underground Insight into Deviant Behavior in Eighteenth Century Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 106(2):151-186.

  • Burroughs, C. A.
    1939 A Preliminary Report on a Spanish Rancho Site in Tijeras Arroyo, New Mexico. Ms., University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

    19th century, Tijeras Arroyo site, of Spanish rancho, New Mexico.

  • Bushnell, David I., Jr.
    1937 Indian Sites below the Falls of the Rappahannock, Virginia. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collection 96(4). Washington.

    Prehistoric to contact, Native American sites on Rappahannock River, VA and MD. Note of glass beads in the U. S. National Museum collection that came from a burial near Piscataway [p. 32].

  • Butler, B. Robert
    1959 Lower Columbia Valley Archaeology: A Survey and Appraisal of Some Major Archaeological Resources. Tebiwa 2(2):6-22.

    19th-20th century, The Dalles, Washington. Citation of historical site evidence.

    1962 The B. Stewart and the Cradleboard Mortuary Sites: A Contribution to the Archaeology of The Dalles Region of the Lower Columbia Valley. Tebiwa 5(1):30-40.

    19th-20th century, Native American mortuary sites, near The Dalles, Oregon. At the B. Stewart site the only non-Native American artifact is a copper bracelet or armband. The Cradleboard Mortuary site, however, dates between 1910-1917. Most artifacts are non-Indian; listed in appendix.

  • Butler, Mary
    1947 Two Lenape Rock Shelters near Philadelphia. American Antiquity 12(4):246-255.
  • Butler, William B.
    1973 The Avila Adobe: The Determination of Architectural Change. Historical Archaeology 7:30-45.

    Early 19th century, adobe residence of Avila family, Los Angeles, CA archaeological investigation because of severe earthquake damage done to the historic structure in l971; describes architectural change determined by social changes of occupants.

  • Byers, Douglas S.
    1941 The Vineland Voyage. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 3(4):52-55.

    Ca. 1000, postulated Norse site, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Repeats negative observations regarding evidence cited in Lief Erickson: Discoverer of America by Edward F. Gray pertaining to the Cape Cod region as Vineland.

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  • Caldwell, Joseph R.
    1952 Archeological Investigation of Fort Charlotte, McCormick County, South Carolina – 1952. Ms., River Basin Surveys, Smithsonian Institution, Washington.

    1765-1783, British colonial fort, McCormick County, SC; excavation.

    1952 The Archaeology of Eastern Georgia and South Carolina. In Archaeology of Eastern United States, James B. Griffin, editor. Chicago: University Chicago Press.

    Prehistoric to contact, Native American sites, eastern Georgia and South Carolina [pp. 312-321]. Author indicates that historic archaeology has been little pursued in Georgia and South Carolina. Mentions historic Fort King George, GA. Discusses the appearance of European materials at Parachukla where clay pipes, glass beads, iron nails, and ceramics were found.

    1961 Untitled Statement on Excavation of Fort Charlotte, McCormick County, South Carolina. Smithsonian Institution Annual Report, Frank H. H. Roberts, Jr., editor. Washington.

    18th century, British colonial fort, McCormick County, SC [pp. 547-548]; note on excavation. Excavation in January-February, l952, at Fort Charlotte, used 1766-1783+, in the Clark Hill Reservoir, McCormick County. The fort was 1702 ft., masonry walls, powder magazine, bastioned on each corner; built on site of Native American occupation, possibly Creek; used for defense against Creeks and Cherokee; seized by revolutionaries at the beginning of the American revolution. Named for wife of King George.

  • Caldwell, Joseph and Catherine McCann
    1941 Irene Mound Site, Chatham County, Georgia; With a Section on Physical Anthropology by Frederick S. Hulse. University of Georgia, Series in Anthropology No. 1. Athens.

    1716, Moravian mission schoolhouse, cellar excavation, Chatham County, GA. Historical reference [pp. 71-78].

  • Caldwell, Sheila K.
    1950 The Excavation and Reconstruction of the Woodstock Fort. Early Georgia 1(2):22-29.

    16th century, Native American fortified village, Allatoona Reservoir, GA. Superficial recording of a “Woodstock period” fortified village uncovered by road patrol equipment of the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. A model was constructed with data by the author. Late prehistoric fortified village evidence is compared to the first European descriptions of one of such villages.

    1954 A Spanish Mission Site near Darien. Early Georgia 1(3):13-17.

    18th century, British Fort King George, near Darien, GA; summary of excavation. Revealed remains of Spanish architectural feature that author identifies as Talaje Mission of the Spanish Gaule province dating from 1600 to 1675.

  • Caldwell, Warren W., Charles H. McNutt, and G. Hubert Smith
    1960 Fort Randall Reservoir. Omaha: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

    19th century, U. S. Fort Randall, SD, in Fort Randall Reservoir; resume of survey and salvage work.

  • Caldwell, Warren W. and G. Hubert Smith
    1936 Check List: British Indian Trade Clay Pipes. Arrow Points 21(5-6):47-49.

    Includes list marks placed on pipes by English pipe makers of the 17th and 18th centuries (names of pipe makers and dates given).

    1949 The Estancia of the Mission, San Juan Capistrano in Cosa Mesa. Smoke Signals. Reprinted in The Complete Button Book. Garden City: Doubleday and Company.

    19th century, mission San Juan Capistrano, Cosa Mesa, ACA; gives the historical background of the estancia of mission. This is a technological introduction followed by many photographic illustrations, though deficient in providing dates for the buttons. The time span covered is 13th-20th century, focusing on 18th-19th century Euroamerican.

    n.d. Lewis and Clark Lake, Gavins Point Dam. Ms., Smithsonian Institution MRB Project for National Park Service, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, and University of Nebraska State Museum, Lincoln.

    Semi-popular explanation of the total ecology (geology, paleontology, archaeology) and related history as found by field research in the Missouri valley between South Dakota and Nebraska.

    1821- American Fur Company Invoice Book [1812]. Ms., Chicago Historical Society.

    Contains invoices covering fur trade in the mid-continent, Pittsburgh and St. Louis, Great Lakes in 1820s: invoices of shipments made to La Pointe, Lake Superior, Lac du Flambeau, Lac Courtoreille, Folleavoine, Ance Quirvivan, Lower Mississippi, Upper Mississippi, Lake Michigan, Illinois River, Lower Wabash, St. Josephs (of Lake Mich.), Upper Wabash, “Iroquiis River,” “Milliwaki,” Chicago, Green Bay, Grand River, Musquigon, Lake Huron, Prairie du Chien. Except for the last two towns receiving goods from New York via Pittsburgh and St. Louis, the others were served from Michilimackinac that got its stocks from Montreal and New York. Traders, weights, and prices listed.

  • Caldwell, Warren W. and Richard Conn
    1956 A Burial Cache from the Spokane Region. American Antiquity 22(1):82-83.

    19th century, Native American burial, Spokane, WA. Report of a burial cache from within the city limits of Spokane; contained, among other things, many glass trade beads used in beaded work on leather. The authors suggest dates from 1870 to 1920 for the beads (not described). Also discusses a cache from The Dalles of the Columbia River, near a Wishram village that contained leather fragments and a bottle. Another nearby cache contained leather fragments and pieces of a china doll that the authors date to ca. 1880. Both caches seem to be terminal Wishram practice.

  • California–Berkeley, University of
    1955 Index to the Reports of the University of California Survey, Nos. 1-30. Ms., University of California Archaeological Survey, Berkeley.

    Multi-classification of sites covered in University of California Archaeological
    Survey (until 1955); includes categorization of sites according to presence of trade goods.

  • California–Los Angeles, University of
    1967 A report of an Archaeological Reconnaissance of Lands with the Boundary of a Proposed Bureau of Reclamation Reservoir near the City of Lompoc, Santa Barbara County, California. Report, National Park Service, San Francisco; Department of Anthropology, University of California, Los Angeles.
  • Callaway, Warren, Henry Hutchinson, and David Marine
    1960 The Moore Site (18-Dor-13). The Archeolog 12(2):1-13.

    Survey of site on Marshyhope Creek, Maryland, with historic U. S. domestic trash on surface, contact artifacts in top soil, and post-hole patterns and pottery from paleo-Native American occupation. Site of Chicone Reservation near Sharptown, Maryland. Historic occupation after 1711. Chief artifact types include trade goods, pipes, beads, and miscellaneous domestic.

  • Callender, John M.
    1957 An Archaeologist Explores the Site of Old Fort Snelling. innesota History 35(8):365-367.

    19th century, U. S. military post, Fort Snelling, Minneapolis, MN; brief account of archaeological tests. Established in 1819 above confluence of Mississippi and Missouri rivers, Fort Snelling was the nucleus of Minneapolis.

    1959 New Light on Old Fort Snelling: An Archaeological Exploration. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society.

    19th century, U. S. military post, Fort Snelling, Minneapolis, MN. Established in 1819 above juncture of Mississippi and Missouri rivers; account of archaeological excavations.

  • Calver, William L.
    1927 Discoveries Made in British Camps of the American Revolution. New York State Historical Association Journal 8:133-142.

    1777-1783, British military sites, metropolitan New York City.

    1928 Consider the Revolutionary Bullet. New York Historical Society Bulletin 11(4):120-127.

    U. S. and British colonial bullets from excavations at Revolutionary era camp sites and fortifications in New York, NY.

    1937 Researches into the American Army Button of the Revolutionary War. Journal of American Military History Foundation 1:151-164.

    1938 A Sleeve Link of the Revolution. Fort Ticonderoga Museum Bulletin 4(6):9-10.

    Revolutionary War, U. S., New York state.

    1938 Two Additional Belt Plates and Another Cartridge Box Badge of the British Army in the American Revolution. New York Historical Society Bulletin 22(4):88-94.

  • Calver, William L. and Reginald P. Bolton
    1950 History Written with Pick and Shovel. New York: New York Historical Society.

    18th century, British colonial and U. S. sites, New York. Site and artifact descriptions; archaeological work largely amateur and pragmatic, but this is an important reference to objects that characterize historical sites in New York, notably those related to the Revolutionary War.

  • Campbell, J. Duncan
    1955 The Dreibelbis Site, an Eighteenth Century Frontier House. Bulletin of the Eastern States Archaeological Federation 11:9.

    Ca. 1760-1790, house of German settler, Pennsylvania. Artifacts found indicate that it was probably the homestead of a settler rather than an Indian trader.

    1956 Report on Excavation, Washington Square, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 12-20 November, 1956. Ms., Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company, Philadelphia, and William Penn Memorial Museum, Harrisburg.

    1958 Archaeological Field Report, Graeme Park. Report, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

    1959 Archaeological Survey, Fort Mifflin, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Report, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

    1962 Archaeological Investigations of the Connecticut Division Area, Morristown National Historical Park. Ms., Morristown National Historical Park and Northeast Regional Office, National Park Service, Boston.

    Revolutionary War, 140 hut sites of enlisted men and officers, Morristown, NJ. Verification of location; also evidence of Hand’s Brigade, adjoining in Jockey Hollow.

    1962 Valley Forge Park, Archaeological Investigations, 30 April-1 June 1962: Preliminary Summary Report [pp. 1-2]. Report, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

    1965 Military Buttons, Long-lost Heralds of Fort Mackinac’s Past [Leaflet No. 7]. Mackinac Island: Mackinac Island State Park Commission.

    18th century, frontier fort on Lake Superior, occupied initially by the French and British, then used by the U. S. as a frontier post, Michigan. This study deals with infantry buttons to 1821, the Regiment of Riflemen, general service buttons, standardization after 1820 ; early button industry, methods and makers.

    1966 Archaeological Tests, Varnum’s Brigade Area, 22-24 August 1966 [pp. 1-3]. Report, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

  • Campbell, William M.
    1958 Sutter’s Fort – Preliminary Report on a Stratigraphic Study. Ms., State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    Ca. 1836-1849, fortified settlement near Sacramento, CA, with Spanish colonial, Mexican, U. S. cultural associations; excavation. Preliminary report of a stratigraphic study made during the archaeological investigations at Sutter’s Fort, August 1958.

  • Capes, Katherine H.
    1964 Contributions to the Prehistory of Vancouver Island. Occasional Papers of the Idaho Museum of National History No. 15. Pocatello.

    Ca. l770, British fort, Beaver Harbor, near Vancouver, Vancouver Island, B.C. Largely a prehistoric study but mentions Fort Rupert site [pp. 3-4]. A small excavation was made there.

  • Carl Strandberg Associates
    1970 Aerial Detection of Historical Features on San Juan Island, Washington. Ms., National Park Service, San Francisco.

    Ca. 1850, British colonial and U. S. agricultural area, San Juan Island, WA; aerial photography techniques. Black and white, infrared, and natural color aerial photos (some with overlays), covering areas of English and American camps, Bellview Farm, San Juan town, and routes of old military road. Paired photographs can be viewed with a stereoscope to detect subtle ground features. Results largely negative.

  • Carlson, Janice
    1974 X-ray Fluorescence Analysis of Metal Artifacts from the Caleb Pusey House. Transactions of the Delaware Academy of Science 5:317-331.
  • Carpenter, Edmund S.
    1942 Iroquoian Figurines. American Antiquity 8(1):105-113.

    1590-1660, Iroquois, New York; cultural study. The distinctive type of perforated bone figurine discussed here is commonly found in Seneca and Cayuga burials. The author suggests that they are a post-contact phenomenon.

    1949 Researches in the Prehistory of the Delaware. Bulletin of the Eastern States Archaeological Federation 8:8.

    17th century, contact site of Delaware (Lenni-Lenape) with British colonial culture near Lewes, DE. Abstract of paper, reporting, without specification, field work of the Delaware Archaeological Society.

  • Carpenter, Edmund. S., K. R. Pfirman, and H. L. Schoff
    1949 The 28th Street Site. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 19(1-2):1-17.

    17th century, Native American (Erie) graveyard, Erie, PA. Salvage excavations have not produced sufficient data to allow critical analysis of site. Comparative ceramic studies suggest an Erie occupation from 1630 to 1645. Principal artifacts include burials, trade beads, and Native American ceramics.

  • Carson, C., Norman F. Barka, William M. Kelso, Garry Wheeler Stone, and D. Upton
    1981 Impermanent Architecture in the Southern American Colonies. Winterthur Portfolio 16(2-3):135-196.
  • Carson, Hamilton N.
    1963 U. S. Rifle Works, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia: Resistivity and Seismic Surveys and Excavations, Ms., Harpers Ferry National Monument, WV.
  • Carr, Kurt W.
    1989 The Shoop Site: Thirty-five Years After. In New Approaches to Other Pasts, W. Fred Kinsey III and Roger W. Moeller, editors, pp. 5-28. Bethlehem, CN: Archaeological Services.
  • Carter, Wilbert and Russell J. Barber
    1976 Archeological and Historical Survey for Route 10 Location Study (Southwick-Westfield-Southampton, MA). Ms., Massachusetts Historical Commission, Boston.

    Mitigation study for Route 10, Massachusetts.

  • Carver, William L.
    1937 Researches into the American Army Button of the Revolutionary War. Journal of the American Military History Foundation 1:151-164.

    Ca. l776-1783, U. S. sites; analysis based on excavated material.

  • Casjens, Laurel
    1977 Phase II/Intensive Survey Cultural Impact Study: Dykes Meadow Reservoir and Related Construction Projects; Gloucester, Massachusetts. Ms., Massachusetts Historical Commission, Boston.

    Impact mitigation for Dykes Meadow Reservoir, Gloucester, MA.

    Cavallo, John
    1983- Fish, Fires and Foresight: Middle Woodland Economic Adaptations in the Abbott Farm National Landmark. North American Archaeologist 5(2):111-138.

  • Caywood, Louis R.
    1948 The Archaeological Excavation of Fort Vancouver. Oregon Historical Quarterly 49(2):99-116.

    1825-1828, Hudson’s Bay Company site, Fort Vancouver, WA. History of site, description of excavation procedures, subsequent findings, and summary.

    1948 Excavating Fort Vancouver. The Beaver 278(Mar.):4-7.

    19th century, British colonial fur trade (Hudson’s Bay Company) and military site, Washington.

    1948 The Exploratory Excavation of Fort Clatsop. Ms., National Park Service, San Francisco.

    1805-1806, Fort Clatsop, Astoria, OR;. site of the Lewis and Clark expedition.

    1950 Exploratory Excavations at Fort Spokane. Ms., National Park Service, San Francisco.

    18th century, fur trading post (Northwest Company) site, eastern Washington; excavation. Includes archaeological explorations, architecture, and artifacts found during excavations.

    1950 Hispanic Pottery As a Guide in Historical Studies. In For the Dean, Erik K. Reed and Dale S. King, editors, pp. Santa Fe: Southwestern Museums Association.

    Discusses Spanish pottery imported and locally manufactured in the American Southwest [pp. 77-97]: First period (1540-1600) – Spanish imports; Second period (1600-1780) – Pueblo ; Third period (1650-1800) – Chinese porcelain influence; and Fourth period (1800-1860) – tin-glazed Hispano-Mexican.

    1952 Excavations at Fort Vancouver, 1950 Season. Ms., National Park Service, San Francisco.

    19th century, British colonial Hudson’s Bay Company trading post, Washington.

    1954 Archeological Excavations at Fort Spokane 1951, 1952 and 1953. Ms., National Park Service, San Francisco.

    1810-1826, Northwest Company fort, near Spokane, WA, Background of Fort Spokane; excavations, discussion, and conclusions regarding evidence of fort.

    1955 Excavations at Green Spring Plantation. Ms., Colonial National Historical Park, Yorktown, VA.

    17th century, British colonial plantation near Jamestown, VA. Historical and archaeological report, description of artifacts, and conclusions.

    1955 Final Report, Fort Vancouver Excavations. Ms., National Part Service, San Francisco.

    1956 Spokane House. The Beaver 287(Winter):44-47.

    First quarter of 19th century, British colonial and U. S. fur trade enterprises near Spokane, WA.

    1957 Green Spring Plantation. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 65(1):67-83.

    17th-18th century, British colonial plantation, York Peninsula, James City County, VA. Account of archaeological explorations that uncovered Governor George Berkeley’s plantation house, walls, garden, and pottery kiln.

    1972 The Restored Mission of Nuestro Senore de Guadalupe de Zuni, Zuni, New Mexico. St. Michaels, AZ: St. Michael’s Press.

  • Caywood, Louis R. and Leonard R. Butler
    1954 Excavations at Two Fort Okanogan Sites, 1952 [Appendix]. Ms., National Park Service, San Francisco.

    1811, Native American-American fur trade, Okanogan River, WA. Historical background, excavations; appendices A-C.

    Central California Archaeological Foundation.
    1959 First Preliminary Report on the 1959 Archaeological Investigations at Sutter’s Fort. Ms. No. 26, State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    19th century, U. S. frontier settlement, California.

    Chapman, Carl H.
    1959 The Origin of the Osage Indian Tribe: An Ethnographical, Historical, and Archaeological Study. Doctoral dissertation, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International.

  • Chappell, Edward A.
    1973 Excavation of a Circa 1690 Refuse Deposit at the Joseph Pettit Site on the Governor’s Land, James City County, Va. Ms., Virginia Restoration Commission A, Williamsburg.

    Late 17th century (ca. 1690), refuse deposit prior to residential development at domestic Joseph Pettit site on the Governor’s Land, James City County, VA; discusses excavation; area now a National Register district. Appendix on vertebrate fauna by Michael Barber.

  • Chard, Jack
    1971 Historic Ironmaking. New England Historical Archaeology 1(1):25-31.

    General account of the procedures of iron manufacturing prior to the Industrial Revolution; details the steps of manufacturing with illustrations.

  • Chatelain, Verne E.
    1941 The Defenses of Spanish Florida, 1565 to 1763. Carnegie Institute of Washington, Publication 511. Washington.

    1565-1763 Native American occupation, Cubo redoubt, Florida. Archaeological excavations in 1937, 1938, and 1939.

  • Chism, James and Karlis Karkins
    1970 The Documentary and Archaeological Evidence of Fences Associated with the Engineer’s Cottage, Lower Fort Garry, Manitoba. Ms. Report No. 586, Parks Canada, Ottawa.

    British colonial frontier fort, Lower Fort Garry, Manitoba, Canada. Research on fence lines.

  • Claassen, Cheryl
    1976 Archeological Assessment of the Project Area for the Randolph Sewerline. Ms., Massachusetts Historical Commission Boston.

    Historic demarcation stone wall identified for mitigation, Randolph, MA.

  • Claflin, John
    1978 Archaeological Monitoring: West-Indiana Coal Dock, Spencer County, Indiana. Ms., Soil Systems Inc., Bloomington.

    On 30 August 1792, John Heckewelder (a civilian journeying down the Ohio River to be present at Post Vincennes during the conclusion of the treaty with local tribes) camped overnight in the immediate project area. Similarities between faunal remains recovered from two campfires and those reported in his journal suggest an identity for the site. Site is located in the Middle Ohio Valley, Spencer County, IN.

  • Clarke, J. O.
    1929 Report of Park Engineer, Valley Forge State Park, on Explorations along Valley Creek. In Report of the Valley Forge Park Commission, 30 August 1927 to 1 June 1929. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.
  • Clausen, Carl J.
    1965 A 1715 Spanish Treasure Ship. Contributions of the Florida State Museum, Social Sciences No. 12. Gainesville.

    1715, American Colonial Spanish wreck, east coast Florida. Search and salvage of remains; describes and evaluates specimens recovered. Lease No. 1329 issued by Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund of Florida to Real Eight Company.

  • Cleland, Charles E.
    1963 A Comparison of the Faunal Remains from Refuse Pits of the French and British Occupations of Fort Michilimackinac, Emmet County, Michigan. Ms., Mackinac Island State Park Commission, Lansing, MI.

    1715-1781, French colonial and British colonial frontier military post, Mackinac City, MI.

    1970 Comparison of the Faunal Remains from French and British Refuse Pits at Fort Michilimackinac: A Study in Changing Subsistence Patterns. Canadian Historical Society 3:8-23.

    18th century, French colonial and British colonial frontier fort, Mackinac City, MI, compared to a late prehistoric Native American site, Bois Blanc Island, Straits of Mackinac, MI. Bone from French and British refuse pits; Fort Michilimackinac and the Juntunen site; the functional integration of subsistence patterns. Appendix A: Amount of Meat Provided by Species Represented at the Juntenen site; Appendix B: Amount of Meat Provided by Species from French Refuse Pits at Fort Michilimackinac; Appendix C: Amount of Meat Provided by Species from British Refuse Pits at Fort Michilimackinac. Tables of faunal analysis illustrate useful means of ordering this type of data.

  • Clemmer, John S.
    1960 The Archaeology of Guadalupe Vallejo’s Casa Grande. Ms. No. 99, State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    18th century, Native American and Spanish colonial residence, Sonoma County, CA.

    1960 Casa Grande Progress Report, Sonoma County, California. Ms. No. 98, State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    18th century, Native American and Spanish colonial residence, Sonoma County, CA.; report is divided into first and second progress reports.

    1961 The Archaeology of the Neophyte Indian Village at San Juan Bautista. Ms. No. 115, State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    18th century, Native American village at Spanish colonial mission, San Juan Bautista, CA.

    1961 A Progress Report on the Archaeology of a Neophyte Indian Village and Dance House at San Juan Bautista Mission, California. Ms. No. 114, State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    18th century, Native American village at Spanish colonial mission, San Juan Bautista, CA

  • Clough, R. E.
    1975 Archeological Survey of I-495 ROW and Relocated Route 140. Ms., Massachusetts Historical Commission, Boston.

    Discusses highway mitigation archaeology, Interstate 495 and Route 140, MA.

  • Cole, David L. and Harvey S. Rice
    1965 Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Oregon Dunes National Seashore. Report to Western Regional Office, National Park Service, San Francisco, from Museum of Natural History, University of Oregon, Eugene.

    1856-1862, U. S. military fort (Umpqua), coastal Oregon. Discusses evidence of military establishment.

  • Collins, Francis A.
    1916 New Chapter in American History — Revolutionary Relics from Upper Manhattan Island. Bookman 43:613-615.

    Revolutionary War, excavations of campsites.

  • Combes, John D.
    1964 Excavations at Spokane House — Fort Spokane Historical Site, 1962-1963. Washington State University, Laboratory of Anthropology, Report of Investigations No. 29. Pullman.

    1810, Northwest Company trading post, Spokane, Washington. Account of inconclusive search for remains of post within Riverside State Park; previous excavation by Louis R. Caywood, 1951-1953.

    1965 A Preliminary Investigation at Old Military Fort Spokane, Washington. Washington State University, Laboratory of Anthropology, Report of Investigations No. 30. Pullman.

    19th century, military fort (Spokane), Coulee Dam National Recreation Area, eastern Washington. History, objectives of exploratory digging; findings of structures from two phases; appendix.

  • Conference on Iroquois Research
    1947 Old Theories and New Light on the Origins and Differentiation of Iroquois Culture as Revealed by Archaeology. In Proceedings of the Third Conference on Iroquois Research pp. 8-17.

    Iroquois culture in eastern North America; abstract of session on Iroquois culture origins and differentiation.

  • Conger, Roger N.
    1953 Iron Trade Hatchets in Central Texas: Report of a Find in Stephens Country, Texas. Central Texas Archeology.
  • Cornwell, William S.
    1964 The Museum’s Collection of Military Canteens. Museum Service 37(6):98.

    Description (not catalogue) of military canteens in the collection of the Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences. Primarily U. S. military from the Revolutionary War to World War II, there are some colonial canteens in the collection. Reference is made to archaeological finds at Fort Ligonier, Pennsylvania.

  • Cosans-Zebooker, Betty J.
    1969 Interim Report: Excavation of the Morton Mortonson House Kitchen Wing. Report to John M. Dickey, Architect, Media, Pennsylvania. University of Pennsylvania Museum Archives.

    1975 Franklin Court Report. Report to Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.

    Analysis of 18th and 19th century artifacts excavated on Benjamin Franklin’s property, including his house site and his three reconstructed Market Stuart houses.

    1976 Interim Report: The 8 South Front Street Site. Report, Philadelphia Historical Commission.

    1977 Area F: Historical Report. Report to Independence National Historical Park, Pennsylvania.

    1982 A Report on an Archaeological Survey at the Site of the Proposed General Services Administration Office Building, Chester, Pennsylvania. Report to Wagner Associates from John Milner Associates, West Chester, PA.

    1984 A Report on a Phase I Archaeological Investigation at the Site of the Proposed Society Hill Sheraton Hotel, Front and Dock Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Report to Rouse and Associates from John Milner Associates, West Chester, PA.

  • Cosans-Zebooker, Betty and David Barrett
    1985 Archaeological Investigations in Association with the Center City Commuter Rail Connector: A Study of Nineteenth Century Urban Development in Philadelphia and Spring Garden. Report to City of Philadelphia, Department of Public Property, from John Milner Associates, West Chester, PA.
  • Cosans-Zebooker, Betty and Richard Meyer
    1985 Philadelphia Convention Center, Civic Center Reconstruction Alternative: Phase I Archaeological and Architectural Investigations. Report to Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation from John Milner Associates, West Chester, PA.

    1985 Philadelphia Convention Center, Franklintown Proposal Alternative: Phase I Archaeological and Architectural Investigations. Report to Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation from John Milner Associates, West Chester, PA.

  • Cosans-Zebooker, Betty, Richard Meyer, and Vivian Young
    1985 Philadelphia Convention Center, Reading Site Alternative: Phase II Archaeological and Architectural Investigations. Report to Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation from John Milner Associates, West Chester, PA.
  • Cosans-Zebooker, Betty and Michael Parrington
    1983 Preliminary Archaeological Testing in the Forebay and New Mill House, Fairmount Waterworks, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Report to City of Philadelphia Water Department from John Milner Associates, West Chester, PA.

    1984 I-95 Access Improvement Program: Phase II Archaeological Investigations. Report to The Delta Group and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation from John Milner Associates, West Chester, PA.

  • Cotter, John L.
    1950 Excavation of Fill Area between Bridge House and Charcoal House (Operation 1), Hopewell Village Archeological Work. Ms., National Park Service, Hopewell, PA.

    18th-19th century, industrial village, Hopewell, PA; excavation of ironworking site in colonial and early industrial U. S.

    1951 Report – Hopewell Village National Historic Site. Archeological Work, Operation 2, (West Head Race). Ms., National Park Service, Hopewell, PA.

    18th-19th century, industrial village, Hopewell, PA; excavations of ironworking site in colonial and early industrial U. S.

    1957 Excavations at Jamestown, Virginia, Site of the First Permanent English Settlement in America. Antiquity 121(3):19-24.

    17th century, British colonial settlement, Tidewater Virginia. Resume of archaeological investigations preparatory to the 350th anniversary celebration of the founding of Jamestown in 1607.

    1957 Rediscovering Jamestown. Archaeology 10(1):25-30.

    17th-18th century, British colonial settlement, Jamestown, Tidewater Virginia.

    1957 Results of Archeological Test, Saratoga National Historical Park: 1. The Neilson House Location. 2. The American River Lines. Ms., National Park Service, Philadelphia.

    Relocating original position of historic Neilson house and establishing the original location of the American lines on Bemis Heights overlooking the Hudson River.

    1958 Archeological Excavations at Jamestown, Virginia. Washington: National Park Service.

    Account of National Park Service excavations of the British colonial settlement on Jamestown Island; discusses original settlement and reconstruction. An analysis of artifacts by category is included in appendices A-F. Republication in 1994 by Archaeological Society of Virginia contains 38 additional pages of history of settlement and investigations.

    1958 Archeological Tests, Hopewell Village National Historic Site. Ms., National Park Service, Hopewell, PA.

    18th-19th century, Hopewell Village, U. S. iron manufacturing and industrial settlement, Pennsylvania. Includes garden area of ironmaster’s house, parking lot extension, entrance to charcoal house, review of evidence for garden and miscellaneous structures.

    1959 Archeological Excavations at the Barn Site, Hopewell Village National Historic Site. Ms., National Park Service, Hopewell Village National Historical Site, Pennsylvania.

    18th-19th century, U. S. iron manufacturing and industrial settlement, Hopewell, Pennsylvania. Structural evidence noted preparatory to reconstruction of barn by Amish farmers using traditional workmanship.

    1959 Archeological Observations on Sewer Excavations on Shenandoah Street and on Site of Market House, Harpers Ferry National Monument. Ms., National Park Service, Harpers Ferry National Monument, WV.

    19th century, Harpers Ferry, WV. Original street level identified; site of Market House destroyed. Park Service, Harpers Ferry National Monument, WV.

    1960 Completion of Archaeological Test at Corner of New Arsenal Building, Harpers Ferry National Monument. Ms., National Park Service, Harpers Ferry, WV.

    19th century, U. S. arsenal, Harpers Ferry, WV. Burned during Civil War; test located and evidence defined.

    1960 Digging an Historical Shrine: Philadelphia’s Independence Park. Expedition 2(3):28-32.

    Late 18th-early 19th century, British colonial, U. S. public buildings, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia. Summary of archaeological explorations in Independence Square, Franklin’s House site, New Hall, and other locations within the Park; work by Paul J. F. Schumacher, B. Bruce Powell, Jackson Ward Moore, and author.

    1960 Freeman Farm: Balcares Redoubt Preliminary Tests, June, 1960, Saratoga National Historical Park. Ms., National Park Service, Saratoga National Historical Park, NY.

    Revolutionary War, redoubt, Saratoga, New York. Indeterminate tests to define Balcares Redoubt.

    1960 Store Excavation and Road Tests, Hopewell Village, April 4-8, 1960. Ms., National Park Service, Hopewell Village National Historical Site, PA.

    18th-19th century, U. S. iron manufacturing and industrial settlement, Hopewell, PA. Tests establishing original road and grade level preparatory to restoration.

    1961 Archeological Exploration to Identify Evidence of Hut Sites of the Pennsylvania Encampment, Jockey Hollow, Morristown National Historical Park. Ms., National Park Service, Morristown National Historical Park, NJ.

    1961 Report of Archeological Investigation, Hopewell Village Structure 39, Charcoal Kiln. Ms., National Park Service, Hopewell Village National Historical Site, PA.

    18th-19th century, U. S. iron manufacturing and industrial settlement, charcoal ironmaking kilns, Hopewell, PA. Evidence of two unusual brick-constructed kilns for making charcoal for iron furnace.

    1992 Report of Archeological Investigations of Castle Clinton National Historical Site. Ms., National Park Service, New York City Group, Northeast Region, Boston.

    19th century, Castle Clinton, NY. Tests to locate hot shot furnace of historical reference.

    1964 Archeological Observations in the Basement of the East Wing Building, Independence Hall: Sub-Floor Walls. Report, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.

    1964 Archeological Report on the Investigation of a Brick Vault Catchment, “Cistern No. 2,” Beneath the Cement Floor, Basement of Old City Hall. Report, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia. National Historical Park. Report, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.

    1966 Archeological Appendix “C” in Historic Structures Report II on Independence Hall. Proposal by Lee H. Nelson, Architect, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.

    1966 Man Full of Trouble: The Story of Philadelphia’s Oldest Inn. Report, Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

    1966 Preliminary Report on Archeological Investigations at the Pennsylvania Encampment at Valley Forge, July-October 1966 [pp. 1-9, Appendix I]. Report, Valley Forge National Historical Park, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, and Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

    1968 Current Historic Sites Archaeology in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Philadelphia Anthropological Society, Bulletin 19(2):2-4.

    1969 Fort Mifflin Archaeological Feasibility Study. Report, Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

    1972 Further Observations on the Hut 9 Excavation [pp. 1-3]. Report, Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

    1975 Archaeological Investigation of Waynesborough: A Field Exercise by the Students of the University of Pennsylvania. Report, Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

    1976 Harriton Archaeological Tests: Summary Report. Report, Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

    1977 An Archaeological Feasibility Study of Grumblethorpe. Report to the Society for the Preservation of Philadelphia Landmarks. Report, Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

    1980 Excavating Ben Franklin’s House. Early Man 2(2):17-20.

    1985 The Archaeology of Sporting America. Expedition 27(2):57-61.

  • Cotter, John L., compiler
    1962 Current Research — Northeast. American Antiquity 28(2):261.

    19th century, U. S. factory, the U. S. and Hall’s Rifle Works, Harpers Ferry, WV. Notice of Edward M. Larrabee’s survey by electric resistivity; wall footage was traced between corner tests.

    1962 Notes and News — Northeast. American Antiquity 27(3):454-455.

    First half 19th century, U. S. and Hall’s Rifle Works, Harpers Ferry National Monument; WV. Establishment noteworthy for its manufacture of interchangeable parts for small arms. Notice of Edward M. Larrabee’s explorations for the National Park Service; also reports work of South West Chapter of Maryland Archaeological Society at Hargett Rock Shelter. Upper part of occupation level contained two blue glass beads and one lead birdshot; burials similar to Owasco culture.

    1962 Notes and News — Northeast. American Antiquity 28(1):123.

    19th century, U. S. barge facility, along Potomac River, MO. Notice that Edward M. Larrabee finished surveying the 160-mile length of Chesapeake and Ohio Canal.

  • Cotter, John L. and Joseph H. Hall IV
    1979 The Wyck Site: An Archaeological Feasibility Study, July-August, 1979. Report, Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.
  • Cotter, John L. and J. Paul Hudson
    1957 New Discoveries at Jamestown. Ms., National Park Service, Washington.]

    1607-1700, British colonial settlement, Jamestown Island, Virginia. Describes exploration and daily life at Jamestown 300 years ago as revealed by recovered objects.

  • Cotter, John L. and Edward B. Jelks
    1957 Historic Site Archaeology at Jamestown. American Antiquity 22(4):387-389.

    17th-18th century, British colonial settlement, Tidewater Virginia. Brief account of work accomplished at Jamestown, with an appraisal of its contribution to historical knowledge.

  • Cotter, John L., Roger W. Moss, Jr., Bruce C. Gill, and Juyul Kim
    1988 The Walnut Street Prison Workshop: A Test Study in Historical Archaeology Based on Field Investigations in the Garden Area of the Philadelphia Athenaeum. Philadelphia: The Athenaeum.
  • Cotter, John L. and Lee H. Nelson
    1964 Summary of Archeological Cooperative Work at the North and South Entrances, Independence Hall, and in Front of the East Wing Building, Independence Hall. Report, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.
  • Cotter, John L. and David Orr
    1975 Historical Archaeology of Philadelphia. Historical Archaeology 9:1-10.
  • Cotter, John L., Daniel G. Roberts, and Michael Parrington
    1992 The Buried Past, an Archaeological History of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

    Nearly 150 sites in the greater Philadelphia area are described and related to historical and ethnographic data.

  • Cotter, John L. and students
    1967 Physick House Garden Archaeological Tests. Report, Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

    1969 Philadelphia’s Urban Renewal and the Loss of Heritage: The Federal Building Site. Report, Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

    1975 Ridley Creek State Farm Project: Excavation of the Water Supply System and Sawmill Complex. Report, University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

    1978 Archaeological Excavations at Grumblethorpe: The Ice House Test by Partial Excavation. Report to the Society for the Preservation of Philadelphia Landmarks. Report, Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

    1978 An Archaeological Feasibility Study of the Grange in Haverford Township, Pennsylvania. Report to the Friends of the Grange, Haverford, Pennsylvania; also at Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

  • Cottrel, Marie G.
    1980 Report of an Archaeological and Historical Survey Conducted for 28 Acre Parcel Proposed for a New Central Maintenance/Administration Headquarters Facility. Ms., Archaeological Resource Management Corp., Garden Grove, CA.

    Mostly ca. 19th century, urban archaeology, Los Angeles, CA.

    Cowles, Ernest
    1957 Northwest Guns. Screenings 6(5).

    Survey of guns used and traded on the Northwest Coast and Plateau.

    1960 Trade Guns. Screenings 9(2).

    Survey of guns used in trade on the Northwest Coast and Plateau.

  • Cox, J. Lee
    1984 Underwater Archaeology Project: A Preliminary Survey to Analyze the Potential Presence of Submerged Cultural Resources in the Delaware and Susquehanna Rivers. Report, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

    Crampton, C. Gregory
    1959 Outline History of the Glen Canyon Region: 1776-1922. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press.

    18th-20th century, Spanish colonial and U. S. historic sites, Glen Canyon region, Utah. Documentary research, informants, and historical salvage utilized to provide a history of the Glen Canyon region. Discusses significant eras and events that include early history (1776-1870), Powell survey (1869-1873), the Gold Rush (1883-1892), and Lee’s Ferry (1873-1929). Sites discussed individually.

  • Cress, George D. and John P. McCarthy
    1985 Vine Street Expressway, L.R. 67045: A Phase II Archaeological Investigation in the Block Bounded by Vine, Callowhill, Seventh, and Eighth Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Report to Michael Baker, Jr., and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation from John Milner Associates, West Chester, Pennsylvania.
  • Cresthull, Paul
    1968 Bottle Rim Types Found in Maryland, a Preliminary Report. Maryland Archaeology 4(2):38-54.

    18th-19th century, bottles, Maryland. Twenty-six rim (mouth design) classifications are identified by numbered illustrations with site provenience, but no attempt at dating or identifying manufacturers.

  • Cross, Dorothy
    1956 The Abbott Farm. In The Archaeology of New Jersey, Vol. 2. Trenton: Archaeological Society of New Jersey and New Jersey State Museum.

    Reports Native American survey excavations, 1936-1941. Summary of Paleolithic controversy, archaeological description of features (burials, hearth, and several kinds of pits), presentation of material by categories. Prehistoric sequence for the state delineated along the lines in Archaeology of Eastern United States by James Griffin (1952). Four acres of the site’s estimated area of 700 acres were excavated. Trade goods were scarce, twenty-five broken pipes, one nearly complete, one initialed (five are illustrated), two dated coins, a glazed knob, pewter bar, three gun flints, and others. Inferred from paucity of trade items that the site was abandoned shortly after contact, despite British halfpenny (1742-1743) in second and third humus layer.

  • Crozier, Archibald
    1938 An Early Indian Village on the White Clay Creek. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Delaware 2(7):4-7.

    18th century, Native American village site; contact evidence. Surface finds of a few gun flints and colonial pipe stems. This and several other sites on White Clay, Red Clay, and Mill creeks are reported to be extensive.

  • Crozier, Daniel G.
    1977 Archeological Investigations, Area F, Independence National Historical Park. Report, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.

    1977 Archeological Survey Report, Area F, Independence National Historical Park. Report, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.

    1978 Archeological Investigations at the Deshler-Morris House, Germantown. Report, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.

    1978 The Archeological Salvage of the City Tavern Site. Report, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.

  • Culverwell, Albert
    1956 Stronghold in Yakima Country (The Story of Fort Simcoe 1856-1859.) Yakima: The Republic Press.

    1856-1859, U. S. fort in the Yakima area, Washington. Includes the Indian story, construction of the fort, life at the fort, army stronghold in the country, the last days, and restoring the fort. For more on archaeology at Fort Simcoe, refer to Edward M. Larrabee’s Master’s thesis, University of Washington, Seattle.

  • Cumming, William P.
    1921 Early Cremation Ceremonies of the Luiseno and Diegueno Indians of Southern California. Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, Indian Notes and Monographs 7:87-110.

    Ca. 1917, Native American, San Luis Rey Valley, San Diego County, California. Ethnographic record of Native American ceremonies.

  • Curtis, Freddie
    1959 Arroyo Sequit: Archaeological Investigations at a Late Coastal Site in Los Angeles County, California. Los Angeles: Archaeological Survey Association of Southern California.

    Early historic, Native American sites, southern California coast, Los Angeles County, CA; survey. Although several separate excavations and numerous disturbances by relic hunters have taken place at Arroyo Sequit during the twenty years preceding this study, no information on this site has been available heretofore in published form. The report attempts to describe all that is known of the site, and is based mainly on collections made in 1951 and 1954. Relates the Cumash to the pattern of the Santa Barbara Channel coast, CA.

    1962 Arroyo Sequit, Archaeological Investigations in Leo Carrillo Beach State Park, Los Angeles County, California. Ms., State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    Prehistoric to 19th century, Native American site, Arroyo Sequit, Los Angeles County, CA.

    1963 Arroyo Sequit (Lan-52). Ms. No. 129, State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    Prehistoric to 19th century, Native American site, Arroyo Sequit, Los Angeles County, CA.

  • Custer, Jay F. and Edith B. Wallace
    1982 Patterns of Resource Distribution and Archaeological Settlement Patterns in the Piedmont Uplands of the Middle Atlantic Region. North American Archaeologist 3(2):139-172.

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  • D, H. A.
    1927 The Pike Stockade Site and Its Purchase by the State of Colorado. Colorado Magazine 4(1):28-32.

    Early 19th century, U. S. fortification associated with the exploration of Colorado by Zebulon Pike; an attempt to identify Pike’s 1807 stockade. Included is supporting evidence from Pike’s writing, inspection of area, inspection in 1910 by a General Thomas, and old residents’ statements. Interest in the stockade derives from the fact that Pike, on exploratory expedition for the federal government, had trespassed, probably unknowingly, on Spanish territory.

  • Davis, Wilbur A., with James W. Leach
    1954 Katmai Project. Ms., National Park Service, Western Regional Office, San Francisco.

    1750-1920, Katmai Village, Katmai National Monument, AK. Investigations at Old Savonoski Village and Russian Church, Kaguyak Village and church.

  • Dawson, John William
    1860 Note on Relics of the Red Indians of Newfoundland, Collected by Mr. Smith McKay, and Exhibited to the Natural History Society [historical and ethnographic data on Native Americans in Newfoundland]. Canadian Naturalist and Geologist – Proceedings of the Natural History Society 9:462.

    1862 Additional Notes on Aboriginal Antiquities Found at Montreal. Canadian Naturalist & Geologist – Proceedings of the Natural History Society 6:363-373.

    17th century, Native American settlement, Quebec; the support site of Hochelaga, with additional evidence, in the form of tools and human remains.

  • De Baillou, Clemens
    1954 The White House in Augusta. Early Georgia 1(3):10-13.

    18th century, British colonial trading post, Augusta, GA. Excavations around the McKay’s trading post, known as the White House, built in 1747, the oldest house in Augusta.

    1955 The Excavations of New Echota (Georgia) in 1954. Early Georgia 1(4):18-29

    19th century, Native American settlement under U. S. auspices: New Echota, founded 1825, fled 1832, vanished 1838; Cherokee capital in Georgia. Initial archaeology by Lewis H. Larson, then Joseph R. Caldwell; American Antiquity 20(2):207 (1954); 21(2):206 (1955); 21(3):337 (1956).

  • DeCunzo, Lu Ann, Keith Doms, and Joel T. Fry
    1989 Final Phase II Report: Cultural Resources Survey of the Magdalen Society Site at the Site of the Futures Center, The Franklin Institute Science Museum, 36 PH 33. Report to Franklin Institute Science Museum from The Clio Group, Philadelphia.
  • DeCunzo, Lu Ann and Douglas Sanford
    1978 An Archaeological Feasibility Study of Fallsington, Pennsylvania. Report, Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.
  • De Harport, David L.
    1959 An Archaeological Survey of Canyon de Chelley, Northeastern Arizona: A Puebloan Community through Time. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University, Cambridge.

    Prehistoric to post-Pueblo horizon 19th century sites, Canyon de Chelley, AZ; survey. Intensive site survey in northeast Arizona; interest in the use of the valley through time.

  • Deagan, Kathleen
    1978 The Search for 16th Century St. Augustine. The Conference on Historic Site Archaeology, Papers 1977, 12:266-285. Columbia, SC.

    Discusses a nine-block search in St. Augustine, FL for 16th century Spanish settlement. Major features include sixteen post molds and a well. Major artifacts: aboriginal and Hispanic ceramics and miscellaneous objects from well, dated to 16th century, including a matchlock musket fragment.

    1980 Spanish St. Augustine: America’s First ‘Melting Pot.’ Archaeology 33(6):22-30.

    Ca. 16th 19th century, urban Spanish settlement, St. Augustine, FL. Discusses archaeology; includes discussion of domestic artifacts.

  • Decouverte
    1908 Decouverte Historique: Le Fort St.-Charles Retrouve; les Restes du Pere Aulneau, du Fils Aine de Laverendrye, et Cranes de Leur 19 Compagnons Exhumes et Transportes a St.-Boniface. Les Efforts de Mgr. Ingevin, Couronnes de Succes. Les Cloches de Sainte-Boniface 7(18):205-234. Reprinted, Soc. Hist. de St.-Boniface Bulletin 1:58-76 (1911).

    18th century, French colonial fort, west end of Lake of the Woods, southwest Ontario. Fort St. Charles and the grave of Father Aulneau with his nineteen companions.

  • Deetz, James J. F.
    1960 The Howlands at Rocky Nook: An Archaeological and Historical Study. The Pilgrim John Howland Society, Plymouth, Howland Quarterly 24(Supp.):2-4.

    Ca. 1672, structures occupied by Howland, Plymouth, MA. Excavation.

    1963 Archaeological Investigations at La Purisima Mission. University of California Los Angeles Archaeological Survey Annual Report [1962]. Los Angeles.

    18th century, Spanish colonial and Mexican mission.

    1967 Invitation to Archaeology. Garden City: Natural History Press.

    General treatise on archaeology as cultural interpretation; includes rationale of historical sites evidence as archaeology, as exemplified by seriation of style changes in 18th century New England gravestone design.

    1968 Late Man in North America: Archeology of European Americans. In Anthropological Archeology in the Americas, Betty J. Meggers, editor, pp. Washington: Anthropological Society of Washington.

    17th-19th century, British colonial and U. S. culture; discussion with theoretical applications to the entire Northeast [pp. 121-130]. Includes archaeological study of European sites in North America as related to cultural history and cultural interpretation. The study is keyed to changes in styles of gravestone embellishment and the forces behind this evolution.

    1977 In Small Things Forgotten. Garden City: Anchor Books [Doubleday].

    The archaeology of early historical American life summarized.

    1988 American Historical Archaeology: Methods and Results. Science 239:362-367.

    1993 Flowerdew Hundred: The Archaeology of a Virginia Plantation, 1619-1864. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia.

  • DeJarnette, David L. and Asael T. Hansen
    1963 The Archaeology of the Childersburg Site, Alabama. Florida State University, Notes in Anthropology.

    18th century, Native American site with British colonial trade, Alabama.

  • Dethlefsen, Edward, Stephen J. Gluckman, R. Duncan Mathewson, and Norman F. Barka
    1979 A Preliminary Report on the Historical Archaeology and Cultural Resources of St. Eustatius, Netherlands Antilles. Ms., Department of Anthropology, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg.

    1982 Archaeology on St. Eustatius: The Pompeii of the New World. Archaeology 35(2):2.

    Devaux, Robert J.
    1975 Saint Lucia Historic Sites. St. Lucia, West Indies: Saint Lucia Archaeological and Historical Society.

    Discusses historical sites, some investigated archaeologically, in Saint Lucia. Sites include domestic and commercial; associated with historical incursion into St. Lucia.

  • Devner, Kay
    1964 Backward Through a Bottle. Privately printed, Tucson.

    19th-early 20th century, U. S. sites, southern Arizona. Describes and discusses glass bottles collected by author; sites include Pantano, Section Foreman’s Home, Vail, Esmond, Golden Rule, Sasco, Courtland, Oracle, Mogollon, and three homestead sites; also illustrates and discusses some pieces of railroading and mining paraphernalia and household utensils.

  • Dewar, Alice Forbes
    1952 Site of Dollard des Ormeaux Epic: Discussion on Historian’s Article. Anthropological Journal of Canada 1(4):5-11.

    17th century, French colonial military site, Ontario. A reply to Victor Morin, first published in The Lachute Watchman, 26 March and 2 April 1952.

  • Dick, Herbert W.
    1968 Six Historic Pottery Types from Spanish Sites in New Mexico. In The Collected Papers in Honor of Lyndon Lane Hargrave. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press.

    1600-1850, ceramic types from Spanish colonial settlements, northern New Mexico, especially the Rio Grande Valley; detailed descriptions; notes on time of manufacture, area of distribution, and source of clay.

  • Diesen, Charles O. and Liza Nagle
    1975 Fort Snelling. Washington: National Park Service.

    19th century, U. S. military fort, Minnesota. Archaeological investigation of the fort preparatory to reconstruction of walls and barracks.

  • Dillingham, Matthew P. and Raymond Aker
    1960 A Review of the Findings of Dr. Adan E. Treganza Relative to the Site of Drake’s Landing in California. Ms., National Park Service and Drake Navigators Guild, San Francisco.

    16th century, British exploration, California. Includes: the site of Drake’s landfall; 16th century artifacts at Drake’s Bay attributable to Cermeno; anomalies in the stratigraphy of Drake’s Bay sites; controversy over the site; sufficiency of evidence; the Guild’s positive stand; evidence for Drake’s landing at Drake’s Bay; the nautical research and its importance; factors favoring Drake’s Bay and the Estero; correlation of Drake’s Cove with the Portus Inset; scale of the Portus Inset; correlation of marine features of Drake’s Cove with recent topography; Indian village site located in the midst of Cove area; the vulnerability of Drake’s encampment; geographical dislocations in Aden Treganza’s study; the plate of brass; village site sheltered from wind agrees with contemporary accounts; wax and pitch recovered from middens; abraded porcelain fragments; statistical analysis of artifacts; stoneware; 16th century copper tip from Hall site; copper sheeting from Lyon site; cast iron recovered from MRN-298; sites that are inaccessible because of owner’s animosity; Coast Guard site at Point Reyes produces recent artifacts.

  • Dimmick, Jesse
    1929 Green Spring. William and Mary College, Quarterly Historical Magazine (Series 2) 9(2):129-130.

    17th century, British colonial plantation, Tidewater Virginia; brief account of excavation 1928-1929. See Caywood 1975, Green Spring Plantation for definitive archaeology.

  • Dincauze, Dena
    1968 A Preliminary Report on the Charles River Archeological Survey. Ms., Massachusetts Historical Commission, Boston.

    Regional overview of Charles River Watershed reflecting greater potential for historical resources than for prehistoric.

    1973 Archeological Reconnaissance in the Greater Boston Area. Ms., Massachusetts Historical Commission, Boston.

    Assessment of research potential of Greater Boston area, notably the 17th-18th century potential along Boston Harbor shore and survey for research potential and mitigation of site damage.

  • Dincauze, Dena, Peter Thomas, John Wilson, and Mitchell Mulholland
    1976 Cultural Resources Survey and Impact Evaluation: Route 2 Extension: Corridor in Gill, Greenfield, Erving, Wendell and Orange, Massachusetts. Ms., Massachusetts Historical Commission, Boston.

    Highway mitigation, Route 2 extension with corridor in Gill, Greenfield, Erving, Wendell and Orange, MD.

  • DiPeso, Charles C.
    1951 The Babocomari Village Site on the Babocomari River, Southwestern Arizona. The Amerind Foundation, Monograph No. 5. Dragoon, AZ.

    Prehistoric-historic, Sobaipuri and predecessors (Salado-Chihuahua), Arizona. Excavation; foods, plants, architecture, arts and crafts, burial customs, cultural relations, dating ruins.

    1956 The Upper Pima of San Caystano del Tumacacori: An Archaeo-historical Reconstruction of the Ootam of Pimeria. The Amerind Foundation, Monograph No. 7. Dragoon, AZ.

    1691-1751, Tumacacori, AZ. Identified as identical with Paloparado site on Santa Cruz River, AZ.

  • DiPeso, Charles C., Arthur L. Woodward, Rex E. Gerald, and M. Virginia Gerald, collaborators
    1953 The Sobaipuri Indians of the Upper San Pedro River Valley, Southeastern Arizona. Dragoon, AZ: The Amerind Foundation.

    1400-1500, Sobaipuri and Spanish colonial (Jesuit) contact at Pimeria Alta in what is now southeastern Arizona (then called Quiburi). Report contains ethnological presentation from Spanish sources of life and culture of Sobaipuri, the particular tribe that inhabited Quiburi and that part of the San Pedro valley that stretches from Fairbank north to Redington. Report discusses architecture, arts and crafts, Spanish trade goods, foodstuffs, burial customs, and skeletal remains; time correlations discussed in final section; includes general summary and chart summarizing ceramics for the Sobiapuri sites. The Sobiapuri are considered in terms of their possible relationships with the Pima proper, the Papago, and the prehistoric “Desert Hohokam.” Among the village plans are the villages of: Santa Cruz de Terrenate (1772-1789), Santa Ana del Quiburi (1704- 1762), San Pablo de Quiburi (1692-1698), Santa Cruz de Gaybanipitea (?-1698), and San Salvador de Baicatcan (?-1692).

  • Ditchburn, Robert
    1966 Report on Excavations at Valley Forge, August 15-25, 1966. Report, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.
  • Dorrance, Frances
    1936 Pilgrimage to Fort Muncy. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 6(4):51.

    18th-19th century, U. S. frontier fort, Fort Muncie (Muncy), western Pennsylvania.

  • Dotta, James
    1964 The Archaeology of Sha-237. Ms. No. 218, State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    19th century, Native American site, Shasta County, CA; appendices with burial and feature data.

  • Dotta, James and Ray Hullinger
    1962 The Salvage Archaeology of a Wintu Fishing Station, Sha-207, Shasta County, California. Ms. No. 221, State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    19th century, Wintu fishing station, Shasta County, CA; appendix with burial data.
    Drake, Robert J.
    1952 Map of Excavations, Sanchez Adobe, San Mateo County, California. El Palacio 59(10):327.

    1842-1846, rancho outpost of Mission Dolores in San Francisco, San Mateo County, California. This map of excavations should have been published with the article in El Palacio 59(9):19-29.

    1952 Samplings in History at the Sanchez Adobe, San Mateo County, California. El Palacio 59(9):19-29.

    1842-1846, rancho outpost of Mission Dolores in San Francisco, San Mateo County, CA. See Entry above for related map.

  • Drinkwater, Robert
    1976 Cultural Resource Survey Report: Crafts Avenue — Gas Company “Roundhouse” Project Area, Northampton, Massachusetts. Ms., Massachusetts Historical Commission, Boston.

    Survey of construction area, Northampton, MA, on an industrial site.

  • Drucker, Lesley M. and Ronald W. Anthony
    1982 Spiers Landing, an Archeological Approach to Tenant Life and Culture on Plantation Sites in the Old South. Florence: Archeological Society of South Carolina

    Ca. early 19th century (prior to 1830), tenant site, Spiers Landing, Berkeley County, SC. Describes and analyzes slave habitation site (small and poorly documented) on plantation; associated with Afro-American culture and artifacts. Major features: slave domiciles and related structures. Major artifacts: low-fired, unglazed earthenware recognized as an Afro-American product. Includes: examination of behavioral patterns through spatial analysis, artifact class patterns, soil chemistry analysis, food remains, and ceramic analysis.

  • Drucker, Philip
    1943 Archeological Survey on the Northern Northwest Coast. Anthropological Paper No. 20; Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 133. Washington.

    Mostly 19th century, Coast Tsimshian and Kwakuitl sites, British Columbia. Identification and exploration of late historic sites; includes appendix of Early Vertebrate Fauna of the British Columbia Coast, by Edna M. Fisher.

  • Duell, Prentice
    1931 The Excavations at Williamsburg. Architectural Record 69(Jan.):16-17.

    18th-19th century, British colonial town, Williamsburg, Virginia. Preliminary results of first excavations at Williamsburg undertaken for architectural data.

  • Duff, Wilson and Michael Kew
    1958 Anthony Island, a Home of the Haidas. British Columbia Provincial Museum Report for the Year 1957, pp. 37-64. Victoria.

    19th century, Haida village, Anthony Island, BC. Excavations.

  • Duffield, Lathel F. and Edward B. Jelks
    1961 The Pearson Site: A Historic Indian Site in Iron Bridge Reservoir, Rains County, Texas. Austin: University of Texas Press.

    18th century, Native American site (Wichita and Caddoan), Texas; identifies the Norteno Focus of north-central Texas, an occupation of tribes related to the Wichita Confederacy and old Caddoan traits (1775-1830). Includes background, excavation, recording and analyses, occupational features, artifact description, discussion, and conclusions.

  • Dumand, Donald E. and Michael Nowak
    1965 Archeological Survey in Katmai National Monument, Alaska, 1964. Ms., National Park Service, Western Regional Office, San Francisco.

    19th century, Russian American Fur Company, trading post, Kaguyak, AK.

  • Dumas, Silvio
    n.d. La Chapelle Champlain et Notre-Dame-de-Recouvrance. Quebec: Universite Laval, la Societe Historique de Quebec.

    Work in Quebec at site of Champlain’s grave, with an historical outline of the site; also work at chapel of 1633. See also Quebec City, Universite Laval, Revue 1 (1946).

  • Dunlap, A. R. and C. A. Weslager
    1958 Toponymy of the Delaware Valley as Revealed by an Early Seventeenth-Century Dutch Map. Archaeology Society of New Jersey, Bulletin 15-16:1-13.

    17th century, Dutch colonial settlements, NJ; facsimile of an early Dutch map. Traces history and relationship of several 17th century Dutch maps, lists tribe and place names, and includes discussion with references.

  • Durham, Dorothy
    1955 Petroglyphs at Mesa de Los Padillas. El Palacio 62(1):3-17.

    Post-contact, Native American stone carving, New Mexico. An attempt to use Gebhard’s classification (El Palacio 58(3):73 [1951]) to order a site of petroglyphs; after introduction of the horse.

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