John L. Cotter 1998

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  • Edwards, Andrew, C. Smith, Charles Troup, and Norman F. Barka
    1977 Archaeological Survey of Gunston Hall Plantation, Virginia. Ms., Southside Historical Sites, Williamsburg.
  • Egenhoff, Elizabeth L.
    1952 Fabricas. California Journal of Mines and Geology 48(2)(Supp.):1-189.

    Late 18th-early 19th centuries, missions, California. Discusses in detail architectural and building practices; 262 figures, mainly photographs.

  • Egloff, Brian, Vance Packard, and J. M. Ramsay
    n.d. The Excavation of Four Hut Sites at the Outer Defensive Line of Valley Forge. Report, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.
  • Ehrich, Robert
    1941 Progress Report on the Archaeological Program of Saratoga National Historical Park. Ms., National Park Service, Boston.

    18th century, British and U. S. military site of the Revolutionary War, Saratoga National Historical Park, NY.

  • Ekholm, Eric and James Deetz
    1971 Wellfleet Tavern. Natural History 80(7):48-57.

    Late 17th-early 18th century, British colonial tavern (whaling), Cape Cod, MA. Popular account of the history of the site and description of finds and excavation.

  • Ellis, Bruce T.
    1957 Crossbow Boltheads from Historic Pueblo Sites. El Palacio 64(7-8):209-214.

    Detailed discussion of crossbow boltheads found at New Mexican Spanish-Indian sites of Kuaua, Pecos, and Puaray; data largely provided by Arthur Woodward.

  • Ellis, Bruce T. and Arthur L. Woodward
    1955 A Possible Chain Mail Fragment from Pottery Mound. El Palacio 62(5-6):181-185.

    Metal artifact on a Native American site in New Mexico that may be of 16th century Spanish colonial origin. Discusses three joined links of what Woodward believes are chain mail. Date of this specimen unknown, but probably intrusive at Pottery Mound. Lengthy discussion of chain mail in text.

  • Elmore, Francis H.
    1957 Archaeological Report, Old Rodriguez Canal. Ms., National Park Service, Richmond.

    Attempt to locate early 19th century U. S. canal at Chalmette National Historical Park, New Orleans.

  • Emmons, Richard W.
    1952 An Archaeological Survey in the Lower Nooksack Valley. Anthropology of British Columbia 3:49-50.

    Attempt to survey 28 Native American sites known ethnographically, of which apparently only two have survived; one contains European goods.

  • Emory, Kenneth P., John F. G. Stokes, Dorothy B. Barrere, and Marion A. Kelly
    1957 The Natural and Cultural History of Honaunau, Kona, Hawaii, Vol. 2. Ms., National Park Service, Honolulu.

    Hawaii, pre- and post contact; investigation of ancient Honaunau, Honaunau and vicinity under Hawaiian culture, Honaunau in transition to the present. A reconstruction of the history and function of the Puuhonau and the Hale o Keawe at Honaunau. Includes: the concept of asylum; annotated list of places of refuge in the Hawaiian Islands; archaeological features of the Puuhonau area; features pertaining to the early Hawaiian life in the Honaunau Bay area; archaeological features of the Hinterland and Keamoalii of Honaunau and Keokea and Kiilae.

  • Esther, Lucia E.
    1966 First Carbon, Graeme Park, 1700-1801. Ms., Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

    1966 Preliminary Report, Graeme Park Archaeological Excavation, 1966. Ms., Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

    1967 Preliminary Report, Graeme Park Archaeological Excavation, 1967. Ms., Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

  • Euler, Robert C.
    1958 Walapai Cultured History. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms.

    Late 19th-early 20th century, Walapai sites, Arizona; excavation of two 1915 Walapai open sites and an 1870 Walapai rock shelter.

  • Evans, Elliot A. P.
    1956 Saledad. Journal of the Society of Archaeological History 14(1):20-26.

    Architectural analysis and history of Spanish colonial mission founded in 1791 in southern California, surviving untouched until 1954.

  • Ewers, John C.
    1954 Indian Trade of the Upper Missouri before Lewis and Clark: An Interpretation. Missouri Historical Society Bulletin 10(4):430-432.

    18th century, Native American fur trade, upper Missouri River basin.

  • Ezell, Paul H.
    1970 A Chapter from the Logbook. (An unusual burial from the San Diego Presidio.) Journal of San Diego History 16(4):20-24.

    1769-1830, Spanish colonial burial, Presidio Hill, San Diego, CA. Discusses burial in Presidio Chapel of San Diego.

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  • Fairbanks, Charles H.
    1948 Fort Frederica National Monument. Emory University Quarterly 4(1):8-14.

    18th century, British colonial settlement and fortification, Georgia coast. Relates archaeological investigations to historical data at Fort Frederica.

    1952 Creek and Pre-Creek. In Archaeology of Eastern United States, James B. Griffin, editor. Chicago: University Chicago Press.

    Prehistoric to 17th and 18th century, Creek culture, Ocmulgee, GA (pp. 285-300). Reference to rare appearance of European goods in Lamar manifestations and to their abundance in Ocmulgee Fields deposits near Macon, GA.

    1952 The Excavation of the Hawkins-Davison Houses – Fort Frederica National Monument, St. Simons Island, Ga. Ms., National Park Service, Richmond.

    18th century, British colonial residence site, Fort Frederica National Monument, St. Simons Island, GA.

    1955 The Abercrombie Mound, Russell County, Alabama. Early Georgia 2(1):13-19.

    17th century, Native American site, Russell County, AL. Dated by pottery complex, glass beads, and other objects.

    1962 European Ceramics from the Cherokee Capital of New Echota. Southeastern Archaeological Conference Newsletter 9(1):11-16.

    1825-1832, Cherokee settlement, Georgia. Brief descriptions of ceramics excavated at the site of New Echota by Joseph R. Caldwell and Clements De Bailleu in 1954 for the Georgia Historical Commission.

    1962 Report of Excavations at Horseshoe Bend National Battlefield Park. Ms., National Park Service, Richmond.

    War of 1812, battlefield between U. S. and Native American forces, Alabama. Account of excavation at site of battle between Creeks and U. S. Army under General Andrew Jackson.

    1964 Underwater Historic Sites on St. Marks River. Florida Anthropologist 17(2):44-49.

    17th-19th centuries, French, English, Spanish, American, Florida. Artifacts and features.

  • Fenenga, Franklin
    1967 Artifacts from Excavation of Sutter’s Sawmill. California Historical Society Quarterly 26(2):160-162.
  • Fenstermaker, Gerald B.
    1937 Indian Glass Trade Beads. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 6(4):72-75.

    Account of evolution of glass beads pertaining primarily to Lancaster County, PA.

  • Fewkes, J. Walter
    1919 Prehistoric Villages, Castles, and Towers of South-western Colorado. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 70. Washington.

    Historic remains of Spanish iron lance heads or knives, fragments of stirrups, and harness from post-middle of 18th century in head of Yellow Jacket Canyon (p. 68).

  • Fish, Carl Russell
    1910 The Relation of Archaeology to History. Wisconsin Archaeologist 9(4):93-100.

    Pioneering discussion of the theoretical basis for historical archaeology and material culture studies. “Something of the soul of the people” is revealed in evidence that is neither written nor spoken, but present in the architecture and artifacts of every community. One of the earliest admonitions to the historian to utilize archaeological evidence and to teach students to record their material past through photography and description.

  • Fisher, Herbert G.
    981 An Archaeological Survey and Reconnaissance of Dam No, 13, Walton Fork, and Dam No. 14, Ripley Creek, Slate River Watershed Plan. Ms., Virginia Research Center for Archaeology, Williamsburg.

    Ca. 19th- 20th century, sites associated with dams, Walton Fork and Ripley Creek, Buckingham County, VA. Sites are mostly domestic plus cemeteries; discusses survey theory and methodology; archaeological survey of watershed project for U. S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service; dams 13 and 14.

    n.d. An Archaeological Survey and Reconnaissance of Dam 4, Licking Run, Cedar Run Watershed. Ms., Virginia Research Center for Archaeology, Williamsburg.

    Ca. early 18th-20th century, Licking Run, Cedar Run Watershed, Fauquier County, VA. Sites are domestic and a tavern, ca. early 18th-20th century; area of early 18th century Germantown settlement and earliest identified example of German settlement; also site of birthplace of John Marshall. Discusses survey theory and methodology; archaeological survey of watershed project for U. S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service; Dam No. 4.

  • Fitting, James E.
    1965 Late Woodland Cultures of Southeastern Michigan. University of Michigan, Museum of Anthropology, Anthropological Papers No. 24. Ann Arbor.

    First half 19th century, white settler on prehistoric Native American site, Michigan. Settler’s establishment; artifacts identified by type and date.

  • Flaskerd, George A.
    1940 Minnesota Silver Trade Articles. Minnesota Archaeologist 139-140.

    Nine objects of trade silver found in Minnesota are illustrated: ear ornaments, crosses, and brooch; notes provided regarding origin and present (1940) owners.

  • Foley, Vincent P.
    1965 Historic Sites Investigations in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Florida Anthropologist 18(3)(Part 2):6-64.

    18th century, waterworks in industrial community, Bethlehem, PA. Summary of tests.

  • Fontana, Bernard L.
    1965 The Tale of a Nail: On the Ethnological Interpretation of Historic Artifacts. Florida Anthropologist 18(3)(part 2):85-111.

    Theoretical discussion of the artifact viewed as a cultural element having form, meaning, use, and function, with a detailed discussion of the nail as the example. Uses pages from the S. D. Kimbark Hardware catalogue to illustrate nail types that makes this of practical use in nail identification as well.

    1968 Bottles, Buckets, and Horseshoes: The Unrespectable in American Archaeology. Keystone Folklore Quarterly Fall issue.

    19th century, U. S. material culture, western United States; bibliographical commentary on technological source material.

  • Fontana, Bernard L., J. Cameron Greenleaf, Charles W. Ferguson, Robert A. Wright, and Doris Frederick
    1962 Johnny Ward’s Ranch. Kiva 28(1-2).

    19th and 20th century ranching, Arizona. A Classic in historical archaeology of the west. Excellent early research on nails, tin cans, and shoes.

  • Forbis, Richard G. and Harold A. Huscher
    1961 A Brief Account of the Excavations at the Cluny Earthlodge Village. Plains Anthropologist 6(2)(Part 2):101-102.

    1700-1750, Blackfoot site and remains, Montana. Artifact analysis.

  • Ford, James A.
    1937 An Archaeological Report on the Elizafield Ruins. In Georgia’s Disputed Ruins, Ellis Merton, editor. Chapel Hill: Coulter.

    18th century, plantation evidence, Georgia.

  • Forman, Henry C.
    1938 Jamestown and St. Mary’s, Buried Cities of Romance. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press.

    17th century, structures, Jamestown, VA, and St. Mary’s, MD. Architect’s analysis of physical remains.

    1941 The Old Hardware of James Town. Antiques 39(1):312-32.

  • Fowler, William S.
    1952 Trade Tomahawks. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 13(3):23-27.

    Brief historic note followed by description of a series of tomahawk types.

  • Frederickson, David A.
    1962 Archaeological Investigations at Site CCo-30, Located near Alamo, Contra Costa County, CA. Ms., State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    19th century, contact site (CCo-30) near Alamo, Contra Costa County, California; report of investigations.

    1962 Archaeological Salvage Operations near Lemoore, California. Ms., State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    19th century, sites near Lemoore, Kings County, CA; report of archaeological salvage operations.

    1963 Archaeological Salvage Operations at Co-30, near Alamo, Contra Costa County, California. Ms., State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    19th century, contact site (CCo-30) near Alamo, Contra Costa County, CA; report of archaeological salvage operations. Appendices include: microanalysis by Freddie Curtis and survey of archaeology in Contra Costa County by Luis Kemniaer.

    1964 Archaeological Investigations near Alamo, Contra Costa County, California: CCo- 398 (Revised Report). Ms., State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    19th century, contact site (CCo-398) near Alamo, Contra Costa County, CA; report of investigations. Appendices include: microanalysis; the split, rectanguloid olivella bead by James A. Bennyhoff.

  • Fry, Bruce W.
    1964 An Historical Approach to Lower Fort Garry. Ms., Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Historic Sites Service, Ottawa, Ontario.

    1831-1911, British military and trading post, Manitoba Province, Canada, as per title; summarized in Canadian Historical Society 1:34 (1970).

    1971 A “Rescue Excavation” at the Princess Half-Bastion, Fortress of Louisbourg. In Contributions from the Fortress of Louisbourg, No. 1. Ottawa Canadian Historic Sites, Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History 2:46-54.

    18th century, French colonial fortress, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, account of 1964 salvage excavation of the remains of a half bastion at the Fortress of Louisbourg. Directed to the construction (includes illustrations of loop-hole construction) and shape of the feature, and an accounting for the damage done by British demolition, includes the 1760 British demolition plan.

  • Futer, Arthur A.
    1959 The Strickler Site. In Susquehannock Miscellany. Harrisburg: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.

    Ca. 1650-1675, Native American, 95 burials, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Discusses grave goods, brass kettles, gun parts, glass beads, metal tools, non-Native American ceramics, pewter, etc.

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  • Gabel, Norman E.
    1952 Report on Archaeological Research Project at La Purisma Mission. Ms. No. 177, State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    18th century, Spanish colonial mission, California; work at La Purisima State Monument, 25 June – 5 August 1951.

  • Gardner, William H. and O. T. Hagen
    1940 The Whitman Mission Grist Mills. Ms., National Park Service, San Francisco

    1839-1847, U. S. frontier mission, Walla Walla, Washington. Report on the three grist mills at Whitman mission.

  • Garth, Thomas R.
    1949 A Report on the Second Season’s Excavations at Waiilatpu. Pacific Northwest Quarterly 40(4):295-315.

    19th century, U. S. mission, Walla Walla, WA: 2nd season the Whitman Mission, or Wailatpu Mission, a Presbyterian mission undertaken ca. 1836.

    1951 Archeological Excavations at Fort Walla Walla. Ms., National Park Service, Vancouver.

    1818-1856, British trading post for the Hudson’s Bay Company, near Walla Walla, WA; Fort Nez Perce, later called Fort Walla Walla; includes history, method of excavation. Occupation levels enable dating of artifact and archaeological features.

    1952 Archaeological Excavations at Fort Walla Walla. Pacific Northwest Quarterly 43(1):27-50.

    1818-1856, British colonial trading post of the Hudson’s Bay Company near Walla Walla, Washington. Provides additional information on excavation of Fort Number 3 (the adobe fort) and archaeological evidence of forts nos. 1 and 2.

    1952 The Mansion House, Grist Mill, and Blacksmith Shop at the Whitman Mission. Ms., National Park Service, Vancouver.

    Ca. 1836, mission, Walla Walla, WA. Brief history, excavation report; the first house, the mission house, blacksmith shop, mansion house, grist mill; artifacts.

  • Gatter, Carl W.
    1981 Documentation Collection on the Slate Roof House [9 Vols.]. Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.
    1982 Archaeology at the Site of the Slate Roof House Well. Report, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia. See also Cotter and others 1952:80-85.
  • Gaw, Linda P.
    1975 The Availability and Selection of Ceramics in Silcott, Washington, 1900-1930. Northwest Anthropological Research Notes 9(1):166-179.

    Ca. 1900-1930, urban domestic and commercial sites, Silcott, WA. Alpowa project; analysis of ceramics found in investigations, social implications estimated.

  • Gebhardt, Charles L.
    1955 Preliminary Report of Archaeological Investigations at Sutter’s Fort. Ms. No. 23, State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    Ca. 1835, fortified settlement and trading post near Sacramento, CA; excavation report.

    1955 Sutter’s Fort – A Study in Historical Archaeology with Emphasis on Stratigraphy. Ms. No. 25, State of California: Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    Ca. l835, U. S. fortified settlement in Mexican California near present Sacramento, CA; excavation report.

  • Geiger, Maynard, C. K. Priest, Therese Kane Heitz, Don Meadows, Paul G. Chace, and J. W. Winterbourne
    1966 Archaeology of the Estancia of Mission San Juan Capistrano. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 2(3).

    Ca. 1800, Spanish mission, California; based on 1935 Adams-Fairview excavation, Orange County Historical Preservation Project of the Pacific Coast Archaeological Society reconnaissance-the Costa Mesa Estancia, 1965. Separate topics in issue: Fray Geronimo Boscana, O. F. M., missionary ethnologist; furnishing the restored Estancia; some notes on the Costa Mesa Estancia area from a map made in l868.

  • Gell, Elizabeth Ann Morris
    1968 Preliminary Report on the Excavation of Two Privies Under Old City Hall, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia. Philadelphia Anthropological Society, Bulletin 1(1):3-14. See also Cotter and others 1992:116-118.
  • George, Robert F.
    1943 Indian Trade Silver Ornaments. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (Jan.):83-91.

    Daybook of Joseph Richardson the younger, 1796-1801, is basis of work. Quantities of silver works made by Richardson and his partners for U. S. Indian factors. Largest charge on 4 April 1798 for 1926 pieces weighing 310 oz., valued at 323.2/8 l/2 pounds sterling; over 4400 separate pieces of trade silver ornaments noted as made between 10 June l796 and 4 June 1798 by this one Philadelphia silversmith (Mark: J. R.); only one piece has been found by mid-20th century.

  • Giannini, Robert L., III
    1980 Ceramics and Glass from Home and Abroad. In Treasures of Independence: Independence National Historical Park and Its Collections, John C. Milley, editor. New York: Mayflower Books.

    1981 Anthony Duché, Sr., Potter and Merchant of Philadelphia. Antiques 119(1):198-203.

  • Gibson, Edmond P., Donald Peru, and Ruth Herrick
    1960 The DeMarsac Trading Post Site. Michigan Archaeologist 6(3):42-53.

    1830-1840, Native American trade, Kent County, MI. Data on ceramics, clay pipes, and metals, including ox shoes, nails, knives, forks, shears, etc.

  • Gilbert/Commonwealth Associates
    1979 Cultural Resources Overview and Sensitivity Analysis for the Delaware River and Bay. Report to Philadelphia District, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia.
  • Gilborn, Craig
    1968 Pop Pedagogy! Looking at the Coke Bottle. Museum News 47(40):12-18.

    1893 – present, molded glass bottle (Coke), U. S.; descriptive, classificatory, and interpretive operations. History; the Coke bottle and pop culture; evolutionary changes (includes chart of classification of diagnostic attributes by chronology).
    Gillin, John
    1955 Archaeological Investigations in Nine Mile Canyon, Utah: A Re-publication. Salt Lake City: University of Utah.
    Prehistoric-historic, Native American sites, Nine Mile Canyon, Great Basin, Utah. House types, ceramics, and stone work fail to fall into the classical complexes; nevertheless, the succession of events in Nine Mile Canyon might be considered to be as follows: I – early occupation by peoples of the Basket-Maker culture, II – intrusion of Pueblo peoples, III – occupation by nomadic peoples, and IV – appropriation of the canyon by modern whites.

  • Gillis, E. V.
    1961 A Progress Report on Archaeological Excavations at Fort Michilimackinac, Mackinac City, Michigan, 1961 Season. Coffinberry News Bulletin (Sept.).

    1715-1781, French colonial and British colonial fort, Mackinac City, Lake Michigan, MI.

  • Gjessing, Frederik, John W. Griffin, J. Carver Harris, Albert Manucy, Hale G. Smith, J. T. Van Campen, and Dorris Wiles
    1962 Evolution of the Oldest House. St. Augustine Historical Society, Notes in Anthropology 7. St. Augustine.

    17th-18th century, house structure, St. Augustine, Florida. Analysis of oldest house by architectural historian, historians, and archaeologists.

  • Gluckman, Stephen J.
    1963 Underwater Archaeology of the Harbour and Coast of Louisbourg, Nova Scotia. Ms., Parks Canada, Louisbourg, Nova Scotia.

    18th century, French colonial and British colonial fort, southeast tip of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. Includes: equipment, scope of operation, definition of underwater archaeology, different sites, diving conditions, areas surveyed, identification of wrecks, and analysis of recorded materials.

  • Godcharles, Frederic A.
    1938 Valuable Recoveries at Fort Augusta – Work Done by the WPA Project. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 8(4):75-78.

    18th century, British colonial fort, Fort Augusta, on Susquehanna River, Sunbury, PA. Built 1756, used continuously through Pontiac’s War and the American Revolution; stockade and stone foundations found as indicated on early map.

  • Godfrey, William S., Jr.
    1949-50 The Newport Puzzle. Archaeology 2(3):146-149; 3(2):82-86.

    Excavation at site of reputed “Viking” structure, probably 17th century British colonial; preliminary account of 1948 excavation at the Old Stone Mill, Newport, RI. No conclusive evidence of great antiquity to site; no Viking objects or any before colonial period.

    1951 The Archaeology of the Old Stone Mill in Newport, Rhode Island. American Antiquity 17(2):120-129.

    Suggests that tower at Newport was built by Governor Benedict Arnold, 17th century governor of Rhode Island, and not by the Vikings, a conclusion born out by archaeological evidence.

    1951 The Newport Tower: A Reply to Mr. Pohl. Archaeology 4(3):54-55.

    Substantiating colonial evidence derived archaeologically as opposed to Pohl’s inferential hypothesis of Norse origin. See Godfrey in Archaeology 2(3) [1949]; 3(2) [1950].

    1954 Plaster under the Newport Tower. American Antiquity 19(3):277- 279

    Refutation of Frederick J. Pohl’s preceding article in the same issue that attempts to counter Godfrey’s archaeological data and interpretations.

  • Goggin, John M.
    1949 A Florida Indian Trading Post, Circa 1763-1784. Southern Indian Studies 1:35-38.

    Ca. 1763-1784, Seminole remains, Stokes Landing, north-central Georgia. Indicates that trading posts of this nature were operating in the area only during the period of British occupation, 1763-1784.

    1949 An Historic Indian Burial, Alachua County, Florida. Florida Anthropologist 2(1-2).

    Probably latter half of 18th century, Native American burial, Alachua County, Florida. Firearms indicate post-Spanish times; many metal objects associated with the burials.

    1951 Fort Pupo: A Spanish Frontier Outpost. Florida Historical Quarterly 30(2).

    Archaeological investigation of San Francisco de Pupo, on St. Johns River, west of St. Augustine, FL.

    1953 Spanish Pottery in Florida Archaeology. Bulletin of the Eastern States Archaeological Federation 11:7.

    From the 17th century forward, an increasing proportion of Florida majolica comes from Mexico rather than Spain; article discusses the importance of tinanja and majolica wares. Author states that Spanish wares can be treated typologically like Native American pottery.

    1954 Are There de Soto Relics in Florida? Florida Historical Quarterly 32(3):151-162.

  • Goggin, John M., M. Godwin, E. Hester, D. Prange, and E. Spangenberg
    1949 An Historic Indian Burial, Alachuca County, Florida. Florida Anthropologist 11(2-3).

    Native American burial, Alachuca County, Florida. Archaeological record in detail, with interpretation.

  • Gooding, S. J.
    1951 H B C Trade Guns Outfit. The Beaver 282 (Dec.):30-31.

    Discusses Hudson’s Bay Company trading guns on the Northwest Coast, Plateau, the Canadian Shield, and Great Plains.
    Goodwin, Conrad M.
    1980 Archaeological Survey of the Everett Smith, Jr. Tract in Weems, Virginia. Ms., Virginia Research for Archaeology, Williamsburg.

    Survey of property neighboring the National Register status Corotoman property, Weems, Westmoreland County, VA. Site discussed is the Everett Smith, Jr. tract, an 18th century domestic site, with 19th-20th century history; discusses methodology. An associated historical figure is Robert “King” Carter, early 18th century Virginia political, social, and economic figure.

  • Grabert, Garland F.
    1964 Interim Report on the Wells Reservoir Salvage Archeology Project – Part I, 1963. Report to National Park Service, San Francisco from Department of Anthropology, University of Washington, Seattle.

    Ca. 1811-1860, first Fort Okanogan site (45-OK-64), Washington archaeological investigations conducted by University of Washington under Robert Greengo during summer of 1963.

    1965 Archaeological Excavations at Fort Okanogan, (45OK64), 1964: Interim Report, Part I. Report to National Park Service, San Francisco from Department of Anthropology, University of Washington, Seattle.

    Excavations at first Fort Okanogan site (45-OK-64) during the Hudson’s Bay Company period; by University of Washington during summer of 1964.

    1966 Archaeology in the Wells Reservoir, 1965. Report to National Park Service, San Francisco from Department of Anthropology, University of Washington, Seattle..

    Excavations at site of Fort Okanogan (45-OK-64); by University of Washington, summer of 1965; contains description of a Hudson’s Bay Company building in the trading post [pp. 8-12]; and semi- subterranean earth lodge of the early history of the Colville Reservation period.

  • Grange, Roger T., Jr.
    1963 Digging at Fort Kearney. Northeast History 44(2).

    1848-71, U. S. fort, Nebraska. Site history and excavation, not a technical report.

    1968 Pawnee and Lower Loup Pottery. Lincoln: Nebraska State Historical Society.

    Prehistoric-historic, Native American, Lower Loup River, NE and KS. Published doctoral dissertation on the place of Lower Loup Focus and historical Pawnee sites in the Central Plains archaeological sequence. Includes description and identification of 26 historic Pawnee Focus sites.

  • Grassman, Thomas, Very Reverend
    1952 The Mohawk — Caughawaga Excavation. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 22(1):33-36.

    Part of a search for the Mohawk palisaded village of Caughawaga supposed to have held the first Roman Catholic chapel in the Mohawk Valley, NY.

  • Green, Dee F. and Larry Bowles
    1964 Excavation of the Mormon Temple Remains at Nauvoo, Illinois: First Season. Florida Anthropologist 17(2):77-81.

    Brief discussion of season’s excavation work at the site, with emphasis on history of site, excavation techniques, and architecture.

  • Green, R. C., editor
    1969 The Makaha Valley Historical Project: An Interim Report for the Makaha Historical Society. Ms., Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu.

    Prehistoric to historic, Native American sites, Makaha Valley, Oahu, HI. A collection of reports concerning the first phases of the Makaha Project; includes interesting discussion of effects of historical contacts upon a surviving prehistoric occupation.

  • Greenman, Emerson F.
    1939 The Wolf and Fulton Sites, Macomb County. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan.

    A number of European artifacts were recovered from the topsoil bearing Native American artifacts, but none were found in direct association with the Native American material.

    1951 Old Birch Island Cemetery and the Early Historic Trade Route, Georgia Bay, Ontario. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan.

    Attempts to determine the route of early voyages by means of European goods left along that route; includes Birch Island cemetery site, burials, artifacts, and interpretations.

    1958 An Early Historic Cemetery at St. Ignace. Michigan Archaeologist 4(2):28- 35.

    18th century, Native American cemetery, Michigan. Describes 52 Indian skeletons associated with European manufactured goods.

  • Greer, John W.
    1967 A Description of the Stratigraphy, Features and Artifacts from an Archeological Excavation at the Alamo. Austin: State Building Commission Archeological Program

    16th century, excavations in courtyard of the Alamo, identified by eight locations.

  • Gregory, Hiram A. and Clarence H. Webb
    1965 European Trade Beads from Six Sites in Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. Florida Anthropologist 18(2-3):15-44.

    From 18th to early 19th century, bead types, Caddoan sites. Detailed descriptions.

  • Griffin, John W.
    1946 Historic Artifacts and the Buzzard Cult in Florida. Florida Historical Quarterly 24(4):295-301.

    Native American-made artifacts, Southern cult, Florida. Relationship to cult of artifacts manufactured by Native Americans from European-derived metals.

    1948 Toward Chronology on Coastal Volusia County. Florida Anthropologist 1(3-4):49-56.

    17th century, Spanish colonial settlement, Florida. Discusses Nocoroco. Expresses belief that site marks the transition from St. Johns to St. Augustine; Goggin’s 1650 date for basal St. Augustine is more acceptable than Smith’s date of 1565.

    1949 An Authentic Glass Artifact. American Antiquity 15(1):56-57.

    Spanish period, contact site, piece of Spanish glass, Florida; glass shaped into a Native American type scraper.

    1949 The Historic Archaeology of Florida. In The Florida Indian and His Neighbors, John W. Griffin, editor, pp. Winter Park: Inter-American Center.

    Spanish contact to U. S. contact, Native American sites, Florida.

    1950 An Archaeologist at Fort Gadsden. Florida Historical Quarterly 29(3):254-261.

    1814, fort (Gadsden) built by Andrew Jackson on site of Negro fort (British), Florida. Reports on archaeological investigation.

    1951 Excavations at the Site of San Luis. In Here They Once Stood, Mark F. Boyd, Hale G. Smith, and John W. Griffin, authors, pp. 139-160. Gainesville: University of Florida Press.

    Pre-1704, Spanish site. San Luis de Apalachee, Florida. Excavations and artifacts; San Luis destroyed in 1704.

    1951 Spanish Influence in Southeastern Archaeology. Bulletin of the Eastern States Archaeological Federation 10:9.

    Native American and Spanish colonial contact in southeastern North America in what is now the Florida-Georgia area. Discusses evidence of the interchange of ideas, using as an example Spanish bowl and plate forms, including the annular base, adapted by the Native American potters; abstract of paper.

    1960 Archeological Tests at the Stone House, Manassas National Battlefield Park. Ms., National Park Service, Manassas National Battlefield Park and Regional Office, Richmond.

  • Griffin, John W. and Ripley P. Bullen
    1950 The Safety Harbor Site, Pinellas County, Florida. Florida Anthropological Society.

    Early 16th century, Native American and Spanish colonial contact site, Pinellas County, FL. A number of Spanish sherds and European artifacts date this. historic Native American site.

  • Griffin, John W. and Hale G. Smith
    1948 The Goodnow Mound, Highlands County, Florida. Florida State University, Contributions to the Archaeology of Florida No. 1. Tallahassee.

    17th century, Native American-Spanish site, Highlands County, FL. Investigations.

    1949 Nocoroco, a Timocua Village of 1605, Now in Tomoka State Park. Florida Historical Quarterly 27(4):339-361.

    17th century, Native American-Spanish evidence, Florida.

  • Grimm, Jacob L.
    1964 Excavations at Fort Ligonier, Pennsylvania, 1960-1963. Bulletin of the Eastern States Archaeological Federation 23(June):14-15.

    1758-1766, colonial frontier fort, Westmoreland County, PA. Fifty miles east of Pittsburgh, fort was in possession of both British and French during French and Indian War (1758-1766); excavated by Ligonier Memorial Foundation, 1960-1963. Brief account with outline of types of artifacts and objects found; field notes and extensive collection of artifacts at Fort Ligonier Museum, Ligonier, PA.

    1970 Archaeological Investigation of Fort Ligonier – 1960-1965. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Museum.

    1758-1766, British colonial fort, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. Detailed account of excavation and artifacts.

  • Grimm, Jacob L. and Ray Kinsey
    1964 Fort Ligonier. Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology Newsletter 29(Sept.):2.

    Mid-18th century, British colonial fort, Westmoreland County, western PA. Associated with French and Indian War; brief note on 1964 excavations at site of Fort Ligonier; many features uncovered, including remains of the powder magazine; nearly 4000 artifacts under study by authors.

  • Griswold, Bert J., editor
    1927 Fort Wayne, Gateway of the West, 1802-1813. Indianapolis: Indian Library and Historical Department.

    Early 19th century, original U. S. government documentation of Fort Wayne trading post, IN. Invoices, inventories, and increase in interest and value from illustrated from Garrison Orderly Books 1802-1813 and Indian Agency Account Book, 1802-1811. Includes: textiles, axes, horse equipment, cooking utensils, ornaments, tobacco, writing materials, knives, firearms, showing trade with Native Americans more elaborate than that in the Far West; beaver negligible but raccoon and deer skins traded in quantity; few traps or rifles (fowling pieces) traded; knives and axes traded for low prices (lower than those on Missouri River).

  • Grosso, Gerald H.
    1975 Wood, Textile, and Leather Conservation Techniques for the Archaeologist. Northwest Anthropological Research Notes 9(1):180-197.

    Protohistoric, Ozette Village, Cape Alva, WA (Pacific Coast). Discusses techniques for conservation of organic materials; applicable to historical sites.

  • Gunkel, Alexander
    1961 A Comparative Cultural Analysis of Four Archaeological Sites in the Rocky Reach Reservoir Region, Washington. Washington State University Theses in Anthropology, Pullman.

    19th century, Native American and U. S. sites, Washington frontier; survey. A few items recovered: cartridges (.25-.20 Winchester, .30 W.D.F., .22 W.R.F., .22 long rifle high speed, 12-gauge shotgun), brown bottle fragments (including one embossed “Arnold’s Kidney and Liver Cure”), one trade bead.

  • Guthe, Alfred K.
    1957 The Search for the Floor Plan of a Seneca Structure. Museum Service 30(1):6.

    1595-1616, early contact Seneca settlement, the Factory Hollow site (Hne 7-2), West Bloomfield Township, Ontario. Oriented east-west, 56 by 23 ft., with postmolds 1-8 in. (the majority 2-3 in. in diameter); described with interior feature evidence.

    1960 Archeologists Dig into Monroe County History. Museum Service 33(8):126.

    1790-1830, U. S., Orringh Stone Tavern site, Brighton, Monroe County, NY. Describes site.

  • Guthe, Alfred K., compiler
    1958 Notes and News–Northeast. American Antiquity 24(1):102.

    War of 1812, U. S. fortification, Fort McHenry, Baltimore, MD. Notice of G. Hubert Smith’s exploratory excavation to find the 1812 Shore battery at Fort McHenry; historical references were to be confirmed on the ground and data sought for later interpretation in the National Park Service program of development for the monument.

    1958 Notes and News–Northeast. American Antiquity 24(2):223-224.

    War of 1812, U. S. fortification, Baltimore, MD. The Mission 66 program at Fort McHenry National Historic Site, MF, announced as having located the River Battery (possibly the early 18th century Fort Whetstone) and the tavern of Fort McHenry; many artifacts from War of 1812 collected.

    1959 Notes and News–Northeast. American Antiquity 24(3):342.

    War of 1812, U. S. fortification at Baltimore, MD. Brief notice of G. Hubert Smith’s excavation at Fort McHenry, Baltimore where fragments of the base of the flag pole and fittings, that had borne the enormous garrison flag that Francis Scott Key sighted, were found; coordinated historical research involved 12,000 microfilm and photo copies records.

    1959 Notes and News–Northeast. American Antiquity 25(2):304.

    18th-19th century, British colonial and U. S.; barroom floor of Rodgers Tavern, near Perryville, MD; by The Archaeological Society of Maryland and local group of enthusiasts. Building constructed 1771, tavern opened 1780; Washington often a guest; however, finds date from 1860s; restoration envisaged.

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  • Hadleigh-West, Frederick
    1959 Exploratory Excavations at Sitka National Monument. Ms., University of Alaska and National Park Service, Sitka National Monument, AK.

    1804, Native American fort, Sitka, AK. Fort associated with Sitka Battle.

  • Hagen, Olaf T.
    1936 Tabira’s Water Supply. Southwest Monographs Monthly Report (Mar.):225-227.

    Prehistoric to Spanish contact, Pueblo settlement, NM. Report on Pueblo means of getting water at the post-Spanish site of Gran Quivira.

  • Hall, Edwin S., Jr.
    1970 Excavations at Tukuto Lake: The Late Prehistoric Early Historic Eskimos of Interior Northwest Alaska. Ms., Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, and National Park Service, San Francisco.

    1800-1850, Native American (Eskimo), Tukuto Lake, Upper Colville basin, Arctic Slope, Alaska; describes project, survey, and a summary of excavations. Fifteen excavation houses show form differences; trade goods found through much of upper portions of midden and in most houses; items include glass beads, rifles, and metal needles.

  • Hall, Joseph H., IV
    1972 A Brief Study of the Zooarchaeology of the Pennsylvania and Virginia Line Huts at Valley Forge. Report, Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

    1972 The Excavation of Hut 9 on Outer Line Drive, Valley Forge, American Civilization 572, University of Pennsylvania, August 11, 1972 [pp. 1-3]. Report, Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

    1978 Archaeology at the Highlands: Social Stratification and the Egalitarian Ideal in Whitemarsh, 1795-1850. Doctoral dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International.

  • Hall, Joseph H., IV and Helen Schenck
    1979 Synthesis of Archeological Data, Independence National Historical Park. Report to Denver Service Center, National Park Service, Denver.
  • Hall, Robert L.
    1962 The Archaeology of Carcajou Point. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

    Prehistoric to 19th century, contact Winnebago sites, Wisconsin. Material culture from two occupation levels: early 19th century Winnebago, White Crow village, and prehistoric Carcajou Component, Kostikonoug Focus, Oneota Aspect.

  • Halley, David J.
    1961 Archaeological Excavations at Graeme Park, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, 1961. Ms., Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

    1962 Archaeological Excavations at Graeme Park, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, 1962. Ms., Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

  • Halseth, Odd S.
    1924 Report of Repairs on Zia Mission, October 29 to December 8, 1923. El Palacio 16(1):9-12.

    17th-18th century, Spanish colonial missions, Rio Grande, NM. Survey of New Mexico missions to determine need for repair and restoration of structures; under direction of Museum of New Mexico and personal direction of Odd S. Halseth; work done by local labor and the help of the Indian Service; monies donated by charitable individuals in the Southwest. The style of the old mission roof was copied, although cement, building paper, copper canales, and asphalt were used.

  • Hamilton, Theodore M.
    n.d. The Rhodes Site Guns. Ms., Illinois State Museum, Springfield.

    Discusses various gun parts and gunflints found in refuse pits salvaged after highway construction destroyed the Rhodes Site, IN.

  • Hamilton, Theodore M., editor
    1960 Indian Trade Guns. Missouri Archaeologist (Dec.).

    Definition, identification, and notes on guns and gunflints, cleaning and preservation of gun parts; comprehensive review and excellent reference for archaeologists.

  • Hanson, Charles E., Jr.
    1955 The Northwest Gun. Lincoln: Nebraska State Historical Society.

    18th and 19th century, European and American-made guns on Northwest frontier, U. S. and Canada. Types of guns illustrated include: historic British muskets; trade guns made in the United States (including late period breech-loading types, after 1876); special British types. Of especial interest to archaeologists is chapter on identification of Northwest guns; area covered is not present Pacific Northwest alone, but old Northwest in the Plains area; includes lists and dates of traders.

  • Hanson, Lee H., Jr.
    1968 Archeological Excavations in the Water Batteries at Fort Donelson National Military Park, TN. Ms., National Park Service, Washington.

    Civil War, U. S. and Confederate fort, Fort Donelson, on Cumberland River, TN. Historical and archaeological research relevant to identification of fort batteries, including parts of eight gun platforms.

  • Hanson, Lee H., Jr. and Dick Ping Hsu
    1975 Casemates and Cannonballs: Archeological Investigations at Fort Stanwix, Rome, New York. National Park Service, Publications in Archeology Series No. 14. Washington.
  • Hargrave, Lyndon L.
    1951 First Mesa. Hopi History 2:30-35.

    Prehistoric to historic, Hopi sites, Arizona (one of series of articles collected and published under the title in Hopi History). Data primarily gathered from documents, but some archaeological materials presented; Walpi and Sikyatki discussed briefly.

    1951 The Jeddito Valley and the First Pueblo Towns in Arizona to be Visited by Europeans. Hopi History 2:19-25.

    Prehistoric to contact, Pueblo sites, Arizona. Discusses number of sites in Jeddito Valley briefly (one of series of articles collected and published under the title in Hopi History); information mainly from documentary sources, with little archaeological work mentioned.

    1951 Oraibi: A Brief History of the Oldest Inhabited Town in the United States. Hopi History 2:40-47.

    Contact Hopi settlement, Arizona. Brief history of Oraibi; almost completely utilizing historical sources.

    1951 Shungopovi. Hopi History 2:36-39.

    Hopi village, Arizona. Brief history of Shungopovi Pueblo articles collected and relies almost entirely on historical data.

  • Harper, J. Russell
    l956 Portland Point Excavation: Preliminary Report of the 1956 Excavation. Ms., New Brunswick Museum, St. John, New Brunswick.

    St. Johns, New Brunswick. Discusses: three periods of occupation (pre-1600, 1630-45, and 18th century – pre-LaTour Indian occupation); Fort LaTour (1630-1645); post- LaTour Indian occupations; Simonds, Hazen and White trading posts; reconstruction suggestions.

  • Harrington, J. C.
    1940 Archeological Report — May-Hartwell Site, Jamestown. Ms., National Park Service, Colonial National Historical Park, Yorktown.

    17th century, house site evidence, May-Hartwell site, Jamestown, VA.

    1941 Archeological Report, Exploratory Excavations in Unit A, Jamestown Island. Ms., National Park Service, Richmond.

    19th century, Confederate fort of U. S. Civil War, Jamestown Island, VA. Account of investigations north of Pitch and Tar Swamp, and at Jamestown, Jamestown Island, VA.

    1941 The Elay-Swann Tract. Ms., National Park Service, Richmond.

    17th century, British colonial settlement, Jamestown Island, VA. Preliminary historical study and archaeological report on 1937 exploratory excavations in the area east and downriver from Orchard Run, Jamestown Island, VA.

    1946 Interpreting Jamestown to the Visitor. Museum News 24(11):7-8.

    17th century, British colonial settlement, Tidewater Virginia. Conceptualizes the relationship of archaeological evidence with interpretation of history to site visitors.

    1947 Archeological Investigations at Grace Church, Yorktown, Va. Ms., National Park Service, Richmond.

    18th century, British colonial church, Yorktown, VA; excavation report.

    1949 Archeological Excavations at Fort Raleigh N.H.S. North Carolina Historical Review 26(2):127-139.

    16th century, British colonial settlement attempt, Roanoke Island, NC. Review of archaeological evidence as pertains to documentation at Fort Raleigh.

    1949 Archeological Explorations at Glass House Point, Jamestown. Ms., National Park Service, Colonial National Historical Park, Yorktown.

    Early 17th century, glassmaking, Jamestown, VA. Investigations establish identity of evidence of original glassmaking.

    1949 The Finding of Fort Raleigh. Southern Indian Studies 1(1):18-19.

    16th century, British colonial settlement attempt, Roanoke Island, NC. Brief account of National Park.

    1950 Preliminary Report, Archeological Explorations, Reconstruction, and Stabilization of Fort Raleigh. Ms., National Park Service, Colonial National Historical Park, Yorktown.

    1950 Seventeenth Century Brickmaking and Tilemaking at Jamestown, Virginia. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 58(1):16-39.

    17th century, British colonial ceramic technology, Jamestown, Virginia. Describes three 17th century kilns excavated prior to 1950. See Cotter 1958 for subsequent kiln evidence.

    1952 Glassmaking at Jamestown. Richmond: The Dietz Press.

    17th century, British colonial glass manufacturing, near Jamestown, VA. Detailed account of historical data from archives and archaeology relevant to early glassmaking efforts. Includes excavation of glasshouse site; bottles and bull’s eyes; glassmakers at work.

    1952 Historic Site Archaeology in the United States. In The Archaeology of Eastern United States, James B. Griffin, editor. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    Resume of function and purpose of historical sites investigations in U. S. [pp. 295-315]. Notes on colonial archaeology, Fort Raleigh, Jamestown, Fort Ridgely, Macon trading post, restoration archaeology

    1952 Preliminary Report, Archeological Explorations, Fort Necessity National Battlefield, August-September, 1952. Ms., National Park Service, Fort Necessity National Battlefield and Regional Office, Richmond.

    18th century, French and Indian War, fort erected by George Washington, eastern Pennsylvania. Report corroborates and corrects historical data and previous incomplete excavation data.

    1953 Archaeology and Local History. American Association for State and Local History, Bulletin 2(6):157-169

    Pioneer study by the first professional archaeologist in charge of excavations at Jamestown; advice to historians and preservationists on the contributions of historical archaeology to their fields; article of same title in Indiana Magazine of History 49:157-167 (1953).

    1953 Report on Archeological Explorations in Elizabethan Garden Area. Ms., National Park Service, Richmond.

    Ca. 1585, garden at British colonial Fort Raleigh, NC; excavation.

    1954 Dating Stem Fragments of Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Clay Tobacco Pipes. Quarterly Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Virginia 9(1):9-13.

    1620-1780, British colonial clay tobacco pipes. Postulates and demonstrates a direct correlation between size of bore of white clay pipe stem fragments and their periods of manufacture.

    1954 Fort Necessity — Scene of George Washington’s First Battle. Journal of the Society of Archaeological History 13(2):25-27.

    Opening of French and Indian War in 1754, British colonial and French colonial military site, western Pennsylvania. Notes correction of construction interpretation through archaeological evidence.

    1954 Fort Raleigh. Journal of the Society of Archaeological History 13(4):27-28.

    16th century, British colonial settlement attempt, Roanoke Island, NC. Architectural commentary on Fort Raleigh by archaeologist.

    1955 Archaeology as an Auxiliary Science of American History. American Anthropologist 57(6):1121-1130.

    Exposition of relationship of archaeological evidence to historical documentation.

    1956 Evidence of Manual Reckoning in the Cittie of Ralegh. North Carolina Historical Review 33(1):1-11.

    1585, British colonial settlement attempt, Roanoke Island, NC. Account of “casting counters” from Fort Raleigh National Historic Site.

    1957 New Light on Washington’s Fort Necessity, a Report on The Archeological Explorations at Fort Necessity National Battlefield Site. Fort Necessity National Battlefield Site. Pennsylvania: Eastern National Parks and Monuments Association.

    1754, French and Indian War, fort (Necessity), eastern Pennsylvania. Details historical data of archaeological excavations; site of French and Indians’ defeat of Washington.

    1962 Search for the Cittie of Ralegh. Washington: National Park Service.

    16th century, British-American contact site, upper Roanoke Island, NC. Describes search investigations.

    1965 Archeology and the Historical Society. Nashville: American Association for State and Local History.

    First specific introduction of historical sites archaeology to historians.

  • Harrington, J. C., Albert C. Manucy, and John M. Goggin
    1956 Archaeological Excavations in Courtyard of Castillo de San Marcos, built 1672-1750, St. Augustine, Florida. St. Augustine Historical Society Bulletin No. 1. St. Augustine.

    Archaeological evidence related to historical documentation.

  • Harrington, John P.
    1926 Exploration of the Burton Mound at Santa Barbara. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 44:23-169. Washington.

    16th-19th century, Native American and Spanish colonial contact site, California. History of Burton Mound; list of trade goods.

  • Harrington, Mark R.
    1909 The Rock Shelters of Armonk, New York. American Museum of Natural History, Anthropological Paper 3(4):125-138.

    Contact Native American site, the Finch Rock House site, Armonk, NY. Predominant type of artifacts include: C. R. Tippet 18th century clay pipes, gun flints, and triangular arrow points cut from sheet brass.

    1922 Mid-Colonial Seneca Site (Silverheels) in Erie County. New York State Museum of Natural History, Bulletin No. 235-236:207-237.

    18th century, Native American (Seneca) village, Erie County, NY. Investigation; relates to ethnohistorical data.

    1925 Pueblo Site near St. Thomas, Nevada. Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, Indian Notes 2(1):74-76. New York.

    Prehistoric to contact period, Native American village, Nevada. Briefly describes scattered ruins of Pueblo habitations (stretching for five or six miles); surface finds of unidentified “European crockery.”

    1945 Shell Lime at Carmel Mission. Masterkey 19:70-73.

    18th-19th century, Spanish colonial and Mexican mission, California. Analysis of building material.

  • Harrington, Virginia S. and J. C. Harrington
    1971 Rediscovery of the Nauvoo Temple, Report on Archaeological Excavations. Salt Lake City: Nauvoo Restoration Inc.

    Mid-19th century, U. S. (Mormon) religious site, Mississippi River, Nauvoo, IL. Includes: historical background, excavation, description and analysis (construction materials, dimensions and plan, stairways, basement floor, water supply, baptismal font, font drain, unidentified complex, entrance steps, and historic grade, temple block wall); archaeological procedures (appendix A); illustrations include analysis of nails and plans of building.

  • Harris, Kenneth D.
    1940 Restoration of the Habitation of Port Royal, Lower Granville, Nova Scotia. Royal Architecture Institute of Canada Journal 27(7):111-116.

    17th century, French colonial settlement, Nova Scotia. Archaeological and historical evidence matched to provide data for reconstruction of site.

  • Harrison, Peter D.
    1964 Archaeological Report on the Right Face Casemates of the King’s Bastion. Ms., Fortress of Louisbourg Restoration, Resources Branch, Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources [Parks Canada], Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, Canada.

    1719-1758, French, New England, and British fortress, Louisbourg, Nova Scotia. Investigations.

  • Harrison, William M.
    1960 Final Summary Report of Investigations at the Jalama Winery. Ms. No. 78, State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    19th century, U. S. winery, California. Historical material culture evidence.

    1960 Final Summary Report of Investigations at La Purisima Mission State Historical Monument. Ms., State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, San Francisco.

    Early 19th century, mission (La Purisima), near Lompoc, CA. Site survey; completion of archaeological program.

  • Hart, Irving Harlow
    1956 An Amateur Archaeologist in Northern Minnesota. Minnesota Archaeologist.

    Late 18th century, British Northwest Company trading posts, Minnesota. Concerns discovery of sites of Sandy Lake post, Savanna Portage, and others excavated in 1920s.

  • Hartle, Donald D.
    1956 The RCA Site, Princeton Junction, New Jersey. Bulletin of the Eastern States Archaeological Federation 15:12.

    Prehistoric period to 17th century, contact site occupied by Delaware (Lenni – Lenape), NJ. Describes two excavated features, reports ceramic analysis, and notes association of trade goods with Riggins Fabric-Impressed ware; estimates the site covers 30 acres and occupied from Archaic to Historic Period; abstract of paper.

  • Hartley, Edward N.
    1957 Ironworks on the Saugus: The Lynn and Braintree Venture of the Company of Undertakers of the Ironworks in New England. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

    17th century, British colonial iron industry, Saugus, MA. Technical history of the ironworks; documentary evidence; specific references to archaeological evidence very scanty; the work of archaeologist Roland W. Robbins mentioned only in preface.

  • Haskell, Helen W.
    1982 The Middleton Place Privy. Columbia, SC: Institute of Archeology and Anthropology.

    19th century, plantation, Middleton Place, SC. Contents of plantation privy analyzed for cultural data; major artifacts are domiciliary.

  • Hayes, Charles F., III
    1964 Interpreting the Historic Iroquois. Rochester Museum, Museum Service 37(8-9):134.

    Discusses exhibit interpretation with artifacts from archaeological excavations.

    1965 The Boughton Hill Site as a National Historic Landmark. Rochester Museum, Museum Service 38(1-2):6-12.

    17th century, site of Seneca capital “Ganagaro,” Ontario County, NY; survey. Collections from: St. Bernard Seminary; the Herman G. Hetzler collection; Buffalo Museum of Sciences; New York State Museum; Rochester Museum; the Donovan collection.

    1965 The Orringh Stone Tavern and Three Seneca Sites of the Late Historic Period. Research Records 12:1-82.

    18th-19th century, U. S. tavern site, western New York. Comparison to Seneca sites of the same period; discusses l960 excavation and gives documentary as well as archaeological materials.

    1965 A Regional Approach to Archaeology – A Cultural Sample from the Cornish Site. Rochester Museum, Museum Service 38(5-6):45-54.

    17th century, Native American (Seneca) village, Ontario County, NY. Village with contact material; features include: palisade of posts and rounded end house, 32 x 10 ft., plus storage and refuse pits; burials (9 adult males, 15 adult females, 22 children).

    1966 An Early 19th Century Site near Avon, New York. Rochester Museum, Museum Service 39(3-4):38-42.

    Ca. 1800 to 1830, possible site of Gilbert Berry’s tavern, near Avon, NY. Summary of 1965 summer field work by Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences.

    1967 Ceramics from Jacksonville – A Mid-19th Century Community in Western New York. Rochester Museum, Museum Service 40(3-4):47-52.

    19th century, U. S. ceramics, Livonia County, NY. History of Jacksonville, and summary of ceramics obtained during 1966 excavation; basis and method of ceramic analysis also included.

    1968 Historical Archaeology in Mendon Ponds Park. Rochester Museum Service 41(1-6):9-15.

    Mid-19th century, U. S. house site, the Marsh site (Roc 36-4) in area of Mendon Ponds Park, Mendon Township, Monroe County, NY. Excavation of cellar and stairwell of frame house site that provided a cross-section of items utilized by the inhabitants of the Genesee Region during middle of 19th century (a period of change from handmade goods and foreign ceramic imports to U. S. manufactured articles). Large amounts of plaster, nails, and charred wood in the cellar area, with hardware and tools, household goods, clothing accessories, and personal items from the surrounding fill. Report of the 1967 joint three-week project of Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences and Monroe County Park System; artifacts used as a basis for research and exhibits for both organizations.

  • Hays, T. R. and Edward B. Jelks
    1966 Archaeological Exploration at Fort Lancaster, 1966, a Preliminary Report. Austin: State of Texas, State Building Commission.

    19th century, U. S. Civil War Confederate fort, Texas. Historical background and description of the site; describes structures 1 – 5, 30, 31, and 32; artifacts discussed include: building materials (including cut nails, wood screws, and window glass); notes on ceramics and glass; military insignia, buttons, coin, and spurs.

  • Headley, Lois
    1966 Four Cemeteries, San Bernardino, California. San Bernardino: San Bernardino County Museum.

    19th century, U. S. cemeteries, southern California; includes: Pioneer Memorial Cemetery, Home of Eternity Cemetery, Mt. View Cemetery, and Montecito Memorial Park.

  • Heine, Cornelius W.
    1955 The Old Stone House. Ms., National Park Service, Washington.

    Ca. 1766 into 19th century, history of house/tavern, Georgetown section, Washington, DC;; called variously the Old Stone House or the Sutler’s Tavern. Originally British colonial, then U. S. site; report is example of site documentation: ownership, construction, and architectural features; George Washington and Major Pierre L’Enfant associated with structure.

  • Heite, Edward F.
    1982 Cultural Resources Reconnaissance in Connection with Petty Island Back Channel. Report to Philadelphia District, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia.
  • Heizer, Robert F.
    1941 The Direct Historical Approach to California Archaeology. American Antiquity 7(2):98-122.

    Suggests future work including study of certain historical documents concerning Central Valley and promising sites in delta region that await excavation.

    1942 Archaeological Evidence of Sebastian Rodriguez Cermeno’s California Visit in 1595. San Francisco: Lawton R. Kennedy Printer. Reprinted in California Historical Society Quarterly 20(1):5-22.

    Ca. 1595, possible Spanish-Portuguese exploration, at Drake’s Bay, California. Includes: introduction, historical account, notes, preface to Professor Fink’s report and report on examination of ten iron spikes found at Drake’s Bay.

    1947 Archaeological Investigation of Sutter Mill Sawmill Site. California Historical Society Quarterly 26(2):134-159.

    19th century, sawmill, California. Discusses excavation, findings, interpretation; construction techniques.

    1950 Observations on Historic Sites and Archaeology in California. University of California Archaeological Survey, Report 9:1-5. Berkeley.

    16th-19th century, historic sites in California of all cultures: Spanish (exploration, colonial, Mexican), Anglo-U.S. Brief California history; status of various reconstructions to date; available record of pre-Mission period; Gold Rush period; suggests desirable investigation in California history; possible value of data accumulated by such a survey.

    Heizer, Robert F. and Franklin Fenenga
    1939 Archaeological Horizons in Central California. American Anthropologist 41(3):379-399.

    18th century, Chumash, Northern Yokuts, Miwok horizons, California. Summary of three-fold Native American cultural sequence in the lower Sacramento Valley and proposed correlation with those defined by R. L. Olsen (1930, 1933) and David B. Rogers (1929) for Santa Barbara.

    1948 Survey of Building Structures of the Sierran Gold Belt — 1848-70. State of California, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mines, Bulletin 141, pp. 91-166. San Francisco.

    1848-1870, Spanish, Mexican, American, building structures in 63 cities, California. Lists cities, brief histories, and description of building materials.

    Heizer, Robert F. and John E. Mills
    1952 The Four Ages of Tsurai, a Documentary History of the Indian Village on Trinidad Bay. Berkeley: University of California.

    18th-19th century, Native American village, Trinidad Bay, CA. Coordinated account based on documentary research and archaeological review.

  • Hencken, Hugh O.
    1939 Irish Monastery at North Salem, New Hampshire. New England Quarterly 12(3):429-442

    19th century, U. S. architectural folly (Pattee’s Caves), North Salem, NH. Excavated by William B. Goodwin of Hartford, CT, who believed site to be an “Irish Monastery.” Author believes it to be from the early 19th century.

    1940 What Are Pattee’s Caves? Scientific American 163(Nov.):258-259.

    19th century, U. S. architectural folly, New Hampshire. Concerns the pseudo-mediaeval “Irish Monastery” of New Hampshire.

  • Henry, William R., Jr. and Daniel G. Roberts
    1986 Archaeological Monitoring at the Barns-Brinton House, Pennsbury Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Report to Radnor Restoration and Building Company from John Milner Associates, West Chester, PA.
  • Herman, Bernard
    1976 Sycamore Mills, an Industrial Village. Report, Bishop’s Mill Historical Institute, Ridley Creek State Park, Media, PA.
  • Herrick, Ruth
    1956 A Preliminary Report on the Ada Site. Michigan Archaeologist 2(4):7-11.

    First half of 18th century, Native American contact site, Michigan. General discussion of scattered finds of European-made items generally dating from the first half of 18th century.

    1958 A Report on the Ada Site, Kent County, Michigan. Michigan Archaeologist 4(1).

    First half of 18th century, Native American site, Kent County, MI. Historical component at site is described; evidence of European artifacts; bibliography stresses trade items.

  • Hershey, William D.
    1963 Castle Clinton at The Battery, New York: Excavations Made during August, 1963, Involving the Hot Shot Furnace, the Cisterns, the Casemate Foundations, Etc. Ms., National Park Service, New York City Group, Northeast Region, New York.

    1974 Independence Hall Sidewalk Salvage Project, 1974. Report, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.

  • Hervatin, Marco M.
    1958 The Refuge Wyandot Town of 1748. Bulletin of the Eastern States Archaeological Federation 17:12.

    Ca. 1748, Wyandot fortification and refuge, western Pennsylvania. Analysis of recovered artifacts and historic sources indicate the west Pittsburgh site is Refuge Wyandot town of 1748.

  • Hewett, Edgar L.
    1924 In the Field. El Palacio 17(11):270-271.

    17th century, Spanish colonial mission sites, Gran Quivira and Mimbres, NM. Report of 1924 excavations.

    1938 Hispanic Monuments. El Palacio 45(12-14):53-67.

    17th century, Spanish colonial missions, New Mexico. Summary of histories of Spanish missions (Quarai, Abo, Pecos, Tabira, and San Juan de Jemez); discusses archaeology and restoration work done at these places.

    1943 Mission Monuments of New Mexico. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

    1617-1630, historical Native American-Spanish colonial contact, New Mexico. Reviews historical and archaeological data for mission ruins (Pecos, Abo, Acoma Quara, Gran Quivira, and San Juan de Jemez); last chapter describes Museum of New Mexico excavations at these sites.

  • Heye Foundation
    1924 Excavations at Kechipauan, New Mexico. Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, Indian Notes 1(1):35-36.

    Prehistoric to historic, Zuni Pueblo, Kechipauan, NM; offers brief description of Lothrop’s excavations at the Zuni ruin of Kechipauan. Earlier excavations at both Kechipauan and Hawikuh alluded to and relationships noted.

  • Hill, C. F.
    1905 Roman Catholic Indian Relics. Wyoming Historical and Geological Society Proceedings and Collections 9:171-174.

    Historical Catholic-Indian association; observations of artifacts attributable to Roman Catholic faith found at Indian sites.

  • Hiller, Wesley B.
    1941 Historical Aspects of the Centersville Site. Minnesota Archaeologist 7:39.

    18th century, aboriginal site, Minnesota. Discusses historical evidence.

  • Hodge, Frederick Webb
    1920 The Age of the Zuni Pueblo of Kechipauan. Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, Indian Notes and Monographs 3(2):45-60. New York.

    16th century, Zuni Pueblo, NM. Attempts to trace age of Kechipauan; makes use of both archaeological and documentary evidence.

    1922 Recent Excavations at Hawikuh. El Palacio 12(1):1-16.

    16th century, Spanish colonial-Zuni contact, New Mexico. Very general discussion of archaeology done by F. W. Hodge at site, with emphasis on architectural remains uncovered; mentions “European objects” [p. 8], fragment of china [p. 10], piece of iron, and peach seed.

    1937 History of Hawikuh, New Mexico, One of the So-Called Cities of Cibola. Frederick Webb Hodge Anniversary Publication Fund 1. Southwest Museum, Los Angeles.

    16th century, Spanish entrada and missions, New Mexico. Exhaustive historical treatment with archaeological evidence cited.

  • Hogg, Victor and Birt Darling
    1959 An Indian Burial Site of the Historic Period. Michigan Archaeologist 5(1):3-7.

    First half of the 19th century, Native American burial site, Michigan. Describes burials and associated grave goods, including trade silver.

  • Holder, Preston
    1941 Archeological Excavations at the McLean Site, Appomattox Court House National Historical Monument, Virginia. Ms., National Park Service, Appomattox Court House National Historical Monument and Southeast Region, Richmond.

    U. S. Civil War, court house, Appomattox, VA. Presents archaeological and historical evidence from which Court House was reconstructed.

    1957 Archeological Field Research on the Problem of the Locations of Arkansas Post 1686-1803: A Preliminary Report on Work in Progress at the Menard Mounds Site, Fall 1956 – Spring 1957. Ms., National Park Service, Richmond

    17th-18th century, Spanish colonial and French colonial trading post, Arkansas. Account of excavations.

  • Holmes, W. H.
    1903 Notes on the Antiquities of the Jemez Valley, New Mexico. American Anthropologist 7(2):198-212.

    Ca. 1540-1700, Pueblo and Spanish colonial contact, Native American settlement, Upper Jemez Valley, NM. Ruined pueblos of Spanish occupancy; includes: porcelain at pueblo three miles west of Jemez; Vallecito Viejo Pueblo, Patokwa; chapel at Guisewa (San Juan de Jemez); and others.

  • Holmquist, John D. and Ardis H. Wheeler, editors
    1964 Diving Into the Past: Theories, Techniques and Applications of Underwater Archaeology. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society and Council of Underwater Archaeology.
  • Holohan, Elizabeth G.
    1961 Notes on the Cultural Debris at the Stone-Tolan Site. Museum Service 34(8):142.

    18th-19th century, U. S. residence/tavern, Orringh Stone Tavern site (Roc-31-4), Brighton, Monroe County, NY. Ceramics found in house refuse deposit, notably creamware, “Jackfield ware,” and black basalt; notes on history of creamware and some earthenware found at site.

  • Holterman, Jack
    1955 Mission San Bartolome de Xongopavi. Plateau 28(2):9-36.

    17th century, Spanish colonial mission and Hopi site, Arizona. Brief history of Shungopovi; little archaeological material presented.

    1959 The Mission of San Miguel de Oraibi. Plateau 32(2):39-47.

    17th century, Spanish colonial mission and Hopi village, Arizona. Franciscan mission at Oraibi built sometime before 1640 and abandoned after the Pueblo Revolt in 1680. Remnants of structures visible, but no systematic excavations made; surviving relics include roof timbers, massive stone blocks, and potsherds. Small bells found by Hopi Indians when building rooms at the site are used by them in kiva rituals and dances. Three principle missions of Hopi country (each having both church and friars in residence) were: San Miguel at Oraibi, Third Mesa; San Bernardo at Awatobi, Antelope Mesa; and San Bartolome at Shungopovi, Second Mesa.

  • Hood, Graham
    1969 New Light on Bonnin and Morris. Antiques June:812-817.

    1972 Bonnin and Morris of Philadelphia: The First American Porcelain Factory, 1770-1772. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

  • Hornblower, Henry, II
    1941 The Status of Colonial Archaeology in Massachusetts in 1941. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 4(3):41.

    17th century, British colonial domestic sites related to Plymouth Colony, MA. Includes: John Howland site, ca. 1637-1687; Edward Winslow site, ca. 1637-1700; John Clark site, ca. 1627-1650; sites located and excavators identified.

    1950 Pilgrim Sites in the Old Colony Area. Eastern States Archaeological Federation Bulletin 9:9-10.

    17th century, British colonial sites, Massachusetts. Review of excavations completed and in progress; suggests site survey of Old Colony area.

  • Horsford, R. N.
    1885 John Cabot’s Landfall: Site of Norumbega. Journal of the American Geological Society 17:45-78.

    15th century, British exploration, Native American, Labrador. Speculation regarding landing site of John Cabot, ca. 1497-1498.

    1936 Some Papago Migrations in the Sonoyta Valley. Masterkey 10(5):161-167.

    18th-19th century, Native American (Papago) migrations, Sonoyta Valley, AZ. Briefly discusses two major migrations; author feels a third will be necessary unless conditions change.

  • Hough, Phillip R.
    1951 Washington’s Birthplace: Wakefield – Then and now. The Iron Worker 15(2):1-5.

    17th-18th century, British colonial plantation, VA. Observations based on archaeological investigations by Dr. David Rodnick for National Park Service.

  • Houghton, Frederick
    1909 Report on Neuter Cemetery, Grand Island, N.Y. Buffalo Society of Natural Science, Bulletin 9(3):377-385.

    18th century, Neuter cemetery, Grand Island, NY. Trade materials and 59 burials.

    1912 The Seneca Nation from 1655-1687. Buffalo Society of Natural Science, Bulletin 10:364-464.

    1655-1687, Seneca sites, NY. Boughton Hill and Dann sites discussed.

    1916 The Characteristics of Iroquois Village Sites of Western New York. American Anthropologist 18:508-520.

    17th-18th century, Native American (Iroquois) settlements, NY. Discusses archaeologically known traits of Iroquois culture.

    1922 The Archaeology of Genesee County. New York State Archaeological Association, Researches and Transactions 3(2):39-66.

    17th-18th century, Native American (Seneca) occupation, Genesee Valley, NY. Contact shown by archaeological research.

    1927 Migrations of the Seneca Nation. American Anthropologist 29(2):241-250.

    17th century, Native American (Seneca) settlements, NY. Archaeologically known Seneca sites linked to historically documented village camp sites.

  • Howard, James H.
    1962 The Archaeology of the King’s Bastion, Fortress of Louisbourg with Appendix by Patricia L. Gall and Kathleen Lynch. Ms., Fortress of Louisbourg Restoration, Resources Branch, Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources [Parks Canada], Louisbourg, Nova Scotia.

    1713-1766, French, British, and New England, King’s Bastion, Louisbourg, Nova Scotia. Describes and analyzes archaeology.

  • Howard, Robert W.
    1951 Cradle of Industry, U. S. A. American Heritage (NS) 2(4):26-31.

    17th century, British colonial, Joseph Jenks (1640-1688) ironworks, Saugus, Massachusetts. [See R. W. Robbins (1959).]

  • Howay, Frederick W.
    1928 An Identification of Sir Alexander Mackenzie’s Fort Fork. Royal Society of Canada, Proceedings and Transactions (Third Series) 22(3):165-175.

    1792, Canadian frontier, fort (Fork). Notes on test excavations; fort built in 1792.

  • Hsu, Dick Ping
    1971 The Joys of Urban Archaeology. Northeastern Historical Archaeology 1(1):18-19.

    18th-19th century, British colonial, Fort Stanwyx, and U. S. town, Rome, NY. Brief account of work at fort.

  • Hudson, J. Paul
    1951 Historical Objects Unearthed at “Wakefield.” The Iron Worker (Spring):8-10.

    17th-18th century, British colonial, George Washington’s Birthplace National Monument, Popes Creek, Westmoreland County, VA; list of artifacts.

    1953 Wakefield, the Birthplace of Washington. In Westmoreland County-Land of History. Montross, VA: Westmoreland Tercentenary Celebration Committee.

    17th-18th century, British colonial plantation, Westmoreland County, VA. Summary of history of plantation where George Washington was born and an account of early Washingtons who came to Virginia in 17th century [pp. 15-19].

    1956 George Washington Birthplace National Monument, Virginia. Washington: National Park Service.

    17th-19th century, British colonial farm, Popes Creek Plantation, VA. George Washington’s birthplace, later known as “Wakefield”; story of farm where Washingtons settled with emphasis on Popes Creek Plantation in 1732; list of artifacts found at site included.

    1957 Iron Manufacturing During the Eighteenth Century. The Iron Worker (Autumn):9-13.

    18th century, iron industry, England and British colonial North America. Description of incised drawings on brass clock face, made in England in 18th century, that show iron manufacturing activities.

    1957 Jamestown, Beachhead in the Wilderness. In The Book of Knowledge Annual. New York: The Grolier Society.

    17th century, British colonial settlement, Virginia. Short account of early years at Jamestown; everyday life and early industries based on artifacts excavated [pp. 218-221].

    1957 Jamestown Artisans and Craftsmen. Antiques (Jan.):47-50.

    17th century, British colonial settlement, Jamestown, VA. Resumes of 17th century Jamestown artisans and craftsmen as revealed by excavation artifacts.

    1957 A Pictorial Booklet on Early Jamestown Commodities and Industries. Richmond: Garrett and Massie.

    17th century, British colonial settlement, Jamestown, Virginia. Summary of industries; artifacts related to industries listed.

    1957 A Pictorial Story of Jamestown, Virginia: The Voyage and Search for a Settlement Site. Richmond: Garrett and Massie.

    17th century, British colonial settlement, Virginia. Popular account of voyage made by first Jamestown colonists who left England 19-20 December 1606; arrived at Jamestown 13 May 1607.

    1957 Potash and Soap Ashes, Early Jamestown Commodities. Better Crops and Gardens (Aug.-Sept.):30-37.

    17th century, British colonial settlement, Jamestown, VA. Home industries: making potash, soap ashes, and soap; some mention made of related artifacts.

    1957 Recent Discoveries at Jamestown, Virginia. Connoisseur (Oct.):132-138.

    17th century, British colonial settlement, Jamestown, VA. Briefly discusses excavation and cultural materials found.

    1958 Earliest Yorktown Pottery. Antiques (May):472-473.

    18th century, British colonial ceramics, Yorktown, VA. Resume of stoneware made at Yorktown from 1700-1734.

    1958 The Virginia Vintage. In The Founders. Williamsburg: The Jamestown Corporation.

    17th century, British colonial wine making, Virginia [pp. 26-28]. Excavation at Jamestown related to wine making; includes photograph of 17th century wine press and accessories.

    1961 Augustine Washington. The Iron Worker (Summer):1-13.

    18th century, British colonial iron manufacturing, Virginia and Maryland. Account of Augustine Washington’s (father of George Washington) interest in iron furnaces in those states.

    1961 Seventeenth Century Glass Wine Bottles and Seals Excavated at Jamestown. Journal of Glass Studies 3:78-89.

    17th century, British colonial glass wine bottles, Jamestown, VA. Describes excavated bottles; artifact list of bottle seals.

    1962 English Glass Wine Bottles of the 17th and 18th Centuries. Southeastern Archaeological Conference Newsletter 9(1):6-9.

    17th-19th century, British colonial wine bottles. Key characteristics of English import bottles.

    1963 English Bronze Wool Weights. Antiques (Dec.):691-693.

    17th century, English bronze wool weights. Includes discussion of one weight excavated at Jamestown, VA.

    1964 Seventeenth Century Glass Excavated at Jamestown. Florida Anthropologist 17(2):95-103.

    17th century, British colonial settlement and glassmaking, Jamestown, Tidewater Virginia. Lengthy discussion of glass bottles, beads, drinking glasses, and window panes found.

    1965 Early Jamestown Houses and Buildings. Richmond: Garrett and Massie.

    17th century, British colonial settlement, Jamestown, VA. Discusses buildings constructed.

    1967 Seventeenth Century Glass Excavated at Jamestown, Virginia. Ms., Colonial National Historical Park, National Park Service, Yorktown, VA.

    17th century, British colonial glass, Jamestown, VA. Includes: glass brought by first colonists; glassmaking at Jamestown 1608-1609, 1621-1624; objects: bottles, drinking glasses, table glass, beads, simulated jewels, buttons, spectacles, watch crystals, clock glass, hourglasses, fire-glazed enamelware, looking glasses, smoothing glasses, tapersticks, candlesticks, chandeliers, toys (animals, trees, and ships), glasses for preserves and jellies, opaque white glass, and window glass.

    1980 Notes on Jamestown: The First “archeologist” at Jamestown — Mary Jeffery Galt, 1897. Quarterly Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Virginia 35(2):100.

    Discusses first “archeologist” at Jamestown, Virginia. Miss Mary J. Galt tested and reported she had found in 1897 foundation evidence of 1617 frame church and 1639 brick church associated with the founding of Jamestown.

    Hudson, J. Paul and C. Malcolm Watkins
    1957 The Earliest Known English Colonial Pottery in America. Antiques (Jan.):51-54.

    17th century, British colonial ceramics kiln, Jamestown, VA. Summary of excavation.

    Hudson’s Bay Company
    1924 Catalogue of the Hudson’s Bay Company Historical Exhibit at Winnipeg. Winnipeg: Hudson’s Bay Company.

    Catalogue of permanent exhibit on ground floor of Hudson’s Bay Company, Winnipeg Retail Store; exhibit opened June 1922. Hudson’s Bay Company history summarized; objects on display given brief description.

  • Huey, Paul R.
    1967 Sketches of Artifacts Excavated for the Pennsylvania Historical Salvage Council, Philadelphia, 1967. Ms., author’s possession.

    1968 Description and Analysis of Saggers from the Bonnin and Morris China Factory Southwark, Philadelphia, 1770-1772. Ms., University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

    1968 The Old China Factory Neighborhood in Southwark, Philadelphia, after 1777. Ms., Archives, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

    1988 Aspects of Continuity and Change in Colonial Dutch Material Culture at Fort Orange, 1624-1664. Doctoral dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International.

    1624-1664, Dutch, fort (Orange) material culture, Albany, NY. Exhaustive analysis; annotations of related Dutch trade in America based on excavations and documentary research in original sources.

  • Hulan, Richard and Stephen S. Lawrence
    1970 A Guide to the Reading and Study of Historic Site Archaeology. Ms., Museum of Anthropology, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO.

    Bibliographic compilation covering all aspects of historic site archaeology; topics covered are: general historic site archaeology; techniques and procedures; historic sites; architecture; ceramics; glass; beads and trade goods; pipes and tobacco utensils; tools and other hardware; firearms and edged weapons; metals and metal working; buttons, lighting devices, lamps, and candles; coins and tokens; bricks and tiles.

  • Hummel, Charles F.
    1964 Winterthur Portfolio One. Wilmington, DE: The Henry Francis DuPont Winterthur Museum.

    17th-19th century, British colonial and U. S. Includes the Samuel Rowland Fischer Catalogue of English hardware.

  • Hunt, Charles B.
    1959 Dating of Mining Camps with Tin Cans and Bottles. Geotimes 3(8).

    19th century, temporary mining camps, western U. S. Artifact studies; no specific sites discussed, but valuable information on dating sites by domestic artifacts.

  • Hunter, A. F.
    1899 Notes on the Sites of Huron Villages in the Township of Tay, Simcoe County, Ontario. Canadian Institute, Annual Archaeological Report 12:51-82.

    17th century, Huron settlements and French colonial contact, Simcoe County, Ontario. Forty-six historic sites listed, known from legend and surface finds.

  • Hunter, Charles E.
    1979 The Archaeology of High Ward, Philadelphia. Doctoral dissertation, American University, Washington.
  • Hunter, Charles E. and Herbert W. Levy
    1976 Report on the Archaeological Salvage Excavations on the Northwest Side of Maple and Front Streets. Report to Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Harrisburg.
  • Hunter, Charles E. and Vance Packard
    1973 Preliminary Summary Report on Excavations at Varnum’s Headquarters, 1972-1973 [pp. 1-21]. Report, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

    1973 Preliminary Summary Report on Excavations at Washington’s Headquarters, [pp. 1-8; K1-5, unnumbered]. Report, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

  • Hurt, Wesley R.
    1969 Seasonal Economic and Settlement Patterns of the Arikara. Plains Anthropologist 14(43):32-37.

    Early historical, Native American (Arikara), northern Missouri River. Reviews evidence of documents and archaeological sites giving data on planting seasons, summer and late fall-early winter hunts, varied economic activities in January and February.

  • Hurt, Wesley R. and Herbert W. Dick
    1946 Spanish-American Pottery from New Mexico. El Palacio 53(10):280-288; 53(11):307-312.

    17th-early 19th century, Spanish ceramic wares, New Mexico. Discusses locally-made ceramic wares from five archaeological sites; mentions Quarai artifacts that include iron arrow heads, iron nails, bolts, copper artifacts [p. 285], and Puebla wares made in Mexico 1653-1675; mentions finds at Tijeras Rancho [p. 307].

  • Hurt, Wesley R. and Albert Ely
    1940 Quarai Mission (New Mexico) Excavations 1939-1940. Ms., Laboratory of Anthropology, University of New Mexico, Santa Fe.

    18th-19th century, mission, New Mexico.

  • Huscher, Harold A.
    1939 Influence of the Drainage Patterns of the Uncompahgre Plateau on the Movements of Primitive peoples. Southwestern Lore 5(2):22-41.

    Prehistoric/ historic Native American occupation, Uncompahgre Plateau, Colorado Includes: shelter caves, natural windbreak caves (site of majority of petroglyphs), camp sites, low brush shelter remains; evidence confirms accepted sequence.

  • Hussey, John A.
    1957 The History of Fort Vancouver and Its Physical Structure. Portland: Abbott, Kerns and Bell Co.

    1824-1825, British colonial fur trading post, Fort Vancouver, WA. Historical background of Hudson’s Bay Company post; history and description of physical structure; combined history of fur trade and Fort Vancouver with resume of excavations by Louis R. Caywood during 1948, 1950, and 1952.

  • Hutchinson, Henry, Warren Callaway, and David Marine
    1957 Report on the Mispillion Site 7-S-A1. The Archeolog 9(2):1-32.

    Middle Woodland-historic period, Native American occupation, Alabama Historical identity of site unknown; 44 acres mechanically stripped, one third excavated; clay pipes found in top soil; pit with Indian sherds, some whole vessels.

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  • Independence National Historical Park Staff
    1959 Historic Grounds Report on State House yard, Part I. Ms., National Park Service, Philadelphia.

    Contains archaeological data and recommendations.

  • Innis, Harold A.
    1930 The Fur Trade in Canada. New Haven: Yale University Press.

    17th-19th century, British and French colonial fur trade, Canada.

  • Irwin, Carol
    1959 Dating English Pipe Stems. Florida Anthropologist 12(3):71-72.

    1680-1750, pipe stems from trading post site, Ocmulgee, GO. By employing the Harrington (1954) method of measuring pipe stem bores the author was able to date group of pipe stems; the majority fall between 1690 to 1715.

  • Isham, Norman M.
    1917 A Preliminary Report on the Excavations at the House of Jireh Bull on Tower Hill in Rhode Island. Providence: Society of Colonial Wars.

    British colonial fortified house burned in 1675, Providence, RI. Excavation report

    1918 Preliminary Report to the Society of Colonial Wars of Rhode Island on the Excavations at the Jireh Bull Garrison House on Tower Hill in South Kingstown. Rhode Island Historical Society Collections 2(1):3-11.

    British colonial fortified housed burned by Indians in 1675, Providence, Rhode Island.

    l925 The House of Roger Williams. Rhode Island Historical Society Collections 18(2):33-39.

    Excavation in Rhode Island in 1906 by Isham and George F. Weston.

  • Israel, Stephen
    1976 Preliminary Test Excavations at the Belair Estates (East Wing Area of the Mansion House) Prince Georges County, Maryland. Ms., City of Bowie Bicentennial Committee, Bowie, Maryland.

    18th-20th century, rural colonial Belair mansion house-estate, near Bowie, MO; excavations of east wing. Contains background discussion; documents foundations reported to be kitchen-office building, attached greenhouse, brick pottery building, and other dependency buildings. Major features: 18th-20th century building foundations; 18th-century brick drain. Artifacts include late Colonial glass and ceramics. Follow-up excavation and report by Susan G. Pearl, Journal of the Archaeological Society of Maryland 12(2):16-27 (1976).

  • Ives, Ronald L.
    1957 Enrique Ruhen, S. J. — Borderland Martyr. Kiva 23(11):1-10.

    18th century, Spanish colonial mission to Native Americans (Pima), Arizona. The story of Jesuit French Heinrich (Enrique) Ruhen who was martyred in Pima revolt at Sonoita mission, AZ, in 1751. Remains of French Ruhen were uncovered in 1907 by treasure hunter M. G. Levy; archaeological evidence of Pima revolt at Sonoita mission.

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  • Jack, Phil R. and Ronald L. Michael
    1973 Stoneware from New Geneva and Greensboro, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine 22(4):34-42.

    Last half of 19th century, stoneware, southwestern Pennsylvania. Research philosophy for attribute analysis, plus plates of several extant pieces showing certain attributes.

    1973 The Stoneware Potteries of New Geneva and Greensboro, Pennsylvania. Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine 56(4):365-382.

    Last half of 19th century, New Geneva and Greensboro, southwestern Pennsylvania. History of the several stoneware potteries in the two towns; socio-economic comparison of potters to general population and craft populations of two towns. Census and tax records extensively used in writing article.

    1975 Non-Ordinary Stoneware Pieces from New Geneva and Greensboro, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine 25(1):24-30.

    1850-1900, stoneware, southwestern Pennsylvania plus wide regional distribution. Identification of non-utilitarian stoneware pieces from area potteries and cross reference of those pieces with other America potteries using extant literature.

  • Jackson, Earl
    1951 Tumacacori’s Yesterdays. Santa Fe: Southwestern Monograph Association.

    18th-19th century, Spanish colonial, Franciscan mission, Arizona. Integrates archaeological information with historical data.

  • Jefferys, Charles W.
    1939 The Reconstruction of the Port Royal Habitation of 1605-1613. Canadian Historical Review 20(4):369-377.

    1605-1613, early French colonial settlement, Nova Scotia. Brief account of excavations in 1938 under C. C. Pinkney (landscape architect from Boston) as archaeologist; replica of habitation built by Champlain and destroyed by English in 1613 has been erected by Canadian government as part of Fort Anne National Historic Park, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia (Fort Anne was built in 1797).

  • Jelks, Edward B.
    1955 Archeological Exploration of Earthworks in the French Artillery Park Area. Ms., National Park Service, Colonial National Historical Park, Yorktown, VA.

    1955 Archeological Study of British and Confederate Earthworks on the Southeast Side of Yorktown. Ms., National Park Service, Colonial National Historical Park, Yorktown, VA.

    1956 Archeological Exploration of Redoubt No. 10. Ms., National Park Service, Colonial National Historical Park, Yorktown, VA.

  • Jennings, Jesse D.
    1942 Summary of Archeological Survey, Natchez Trace Parkway. Ms., National Park Service, Washington.

    1000-1800, Chickasaw and Choctaw, Mississippi Delta region. Short discussion to explain master chart of cultures and sites.

  • Jewell, Donald P. and John S. Clemmer
    1959 A Report on the Archaeological Findings at Fort Humboldt National Monument, California. Ms., State of California, Division of Beaches and Parks, Sacramento.

    Fort Humboldt, CA. Discusses problems and methodology, excavations, conclusions, recommendations.

  • John Milner Associates
    1979 Historical and Archaeological Survey of Frankford Arsenal, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Report to U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, from John Milner Associates, West Chester, PA.
  • Johnson, Alfred E., editor
    1964 Current Research: Southwest. American Antiquity 30(1):131.

    Mid-19th century, adobe house sites, Rio Hondo, west of Rosewell, at proposed Two Rivers Reservoir, New Mexico. Typical southwest adobe house sites associated with large figure-8-shaped corral. Locally, site known as “Missouri Plaza”; thought to be Morman, but General Land Office documents of 1868 place it as Spanish-American village called San Jose.

  • Johnson, Chester R.
    1961 A Note on the Excavation of Yunque, San Gabriel. El Palacio 68(2):121-124.

    Prehistoric-1920s, settlement with Native American, Spanish colonial, Mexican, and U. S. occupations. Brief description of 1959 and 1960 excavations at first Spanish capital in New Mexico. Three periods of occupation: pre-Spanish (ca. 400 years) Spanish and modern Spanish-American (dating to 1920s).

  • Johnson, Ida Amanda
    1919 The Michigan Fur Trade. Lansing: Michigan Historical Commission.

    The American Fur Company became the most important factor in northern lakes region as well as in Rocky Mountains fur trade; in Michigan the company acquired the methods and made Mackinac its headquarters, while the western department was operated by a St. Louis firm. The great days of the American Fur Company were those of the Michigan fur trade.

  • Johnson, Leroy, Jr., and Edward B. Jelks
    1958 The Tawakoni-Yscanti Village, 1760: A Study in Archeological Site Identification. Texas Journal of Science 10:405-422.

    Historical horizon, Native American villages/evidence, southern Texas.

  • Joiré, Kenneth M. and Daniel G. Roberts
    1986 Archaeological Monitoring in Conjunction with the Replacement of Utility Lines at Morton Homestead, Prospect Park, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Report to Redevelopment Authority of County of Delaware from John Milner Associates, West Chester, PA.
  • Jones, May
    1961 The Bottle Trail, Vol. 1. Bishop, CA: Chalfont Press.

    Mid-19th century, bottles from mining camps, California. Includes bottles from: Owens-Illinois, Crosse and Blackwell, Ltd., California Packing Corp., J. A. Folger and Co., Curtice-Burns, Inc., Wm. Radam’s Microbe Killer, Bishop and Co., Inc., Horlicks, McCormick and Co., Inc.

    1962 The Bottle Trail, Vol. 2. Bishop, CA: Chalfont Press.

    Mid-19th century, bottles from mining camps, California. Includes bottles from: Mr. Bottle Bug and Bottle Head, H. J. Heinz Co., Warner-Lambert Product Division, Chesebrough’s. Includes: something about glass manufacturing, beginners or newly “gummed” victims, England’s closures, bubbles from an empty bottle.

  • Jordan, Francis, Jr.
    1895 Aboriginal Village Sites of New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland: First Paper. The Archaeologist 3(4):137-139.

    Native American, contact sites, Still Pond, on Chesapeake Bay, MO. Mentions finds of hoe blade and tempered, flanged, leaf-shaped lance head, both of copper, in field near shell mound with burials.

  • Jordan, Richard H.
    1978 Report on the Bryn Mawr College Excavations at the Highlands Society, Fort Washington, Pennsylvania. Report, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.
  • Jordan, Richard H. and M. E. Colleen Lazenby
    1983 Archaeological Investigations at Pennsbury Manor Site West Field (36 BU 172). Report to Falls Township, Pennsylvania.
  • Jordan, Richard H. and Pamela DeToledo
    1976 A Report on the 1975-76 Archaeological Investigations of the Inner Line Fortifications at Valley Forge State Park, June 1976 [pp. 1-17]. Report, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.
  • Jury, Elsie McLeod and Wilfrid Jury
    1959 The Establishments at the Penetanguishene Bastion of the North. University of Western Ontario, Museum of Indian Archaeology and Pioneer Life, Bulletin 12. London.

    Early 19th century, British colonial harbor, Georgian Bay, Ontario. Describes naval establishment, together with note on its excavation; naval ships in harbor.

  • Jury, Wilfrid and Elsie McLeod Jury
    1955 Saint Louis: Huron Indian village and Jesuit mission site. University of Western Ontario, Museum of Indian Archaeology and Pioneer Life, Bulletin 10. London.

    Early 17th century, French colonial, mission to Hurons, Georgian Bay, Ontario, Canada. Describes work done and artifacts found to identify the site.

    1956 The Nine-Mile Portage from Kempenfeldt Bay to The Nottawasaga River. University of Western Ontario, Museum of Indian Archaeology and Pioneer Life, Bulletin 11. London.

    Early 19th century, trading route and military establishment, Ontario. Describes search for location and identification; reviews its history.

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  • Kahn, Louis I.
    1960 Digging an Historical Shrine: Philadelphia’s Downtown. Casabella 241(Jul.):12-13.

    18th-19th century, British colonial-U.S. city, Philadelphia. Architect’s notes on explorations in downtown Philadelphia.

  • Kain, Samuel W. and Charles F. B. Rowe
    1900 Some Relics of the Early French Period in New Brunswick. Natural History Society of New Brunswick Bulletin 4(18):305-312.

    17th century, French colonial “relics,” New Brunswick.

  • Kardas, Susan and Edward McM. Larrabee
    1982 Archaeological Survey for Two Landfill Sites at the Fairless Works, U. S. Steel, Falls Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Report to Chester Engineers from Historic Sites Research, Princeton, NJ.

    1986 Exploratory Archaeology at Three Historic Sites: Graeme Park, Pennsbury Manor, Moon-Williamson House. Report to Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg, from Historic Sites Research, Princeton, New Jersey.

  • Karklins, Karlis
    1969 Glass beads from Yuquot (IT), British Columbia. Parks Canada, Report No. 468. Ottawa.

    Native American contact trade, British Columbia.

    1969 The Structure 2 Annex, Upper Quebec Battery, Signal Hill, Newfoundland. Ms., Parks Canada, Ottawa.

    19th century, British colonial battery, New Foundland.

    1970 Beads from Fort Beausejour (2E), New Brunswick. Palrs Canada. Report No. 502. Ottawa.

    18th century, Native American and French colonial trade, New Brunswick.

    1970 The Beads from Fort Lennox (5G), Province of Quebec. Parks Canada, Report No. 558. Ottawa.

    19th century, Native American and British colonial trade, Quebec.

    1970 Glass Trade Beads from a Cache Pit Near Peter Pond National Historic Site, Saskatchewan. Parks Canada, Report No. 534. Ottawa.

    Native American contact trade, Saskatchewan.

    1971 The Archaeology of Several Dry Laid Masonry Structures at Castle Hill National Historical Park, Newfoundland. Ms., Parks Canada, Ottawa.

    19th century, British colonial dry laid masonry structures, Castle Hill, New Foundland.

  • Karklins, Karlis and Norman F. Barka
    1990 The Beads of St. Eustatius. Beads, 1:55-80. Ottawa.
  • Kekahuna, Henry H. P. and Theodore Kelsey
    1951 Archaeological Research in Kalapana extension, Hawaii National Park. Ms., National Park Service, Hawaii.

    Pre-post contact, Polynesian (Hawaiian) sites, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, HI. Puna-Luu spring, the Initiation Pool, Chief Koa’e’s clever trick, a visit to Waha-‘Ula Heiau in 1951. Maka – ‘Iwa – Heiau of wailing, Hakuma Cave and the reclining coconut trees, Kikoa, the kite-flying Heiau, by the shore of Kapa-‘Ahu, Waha-ula Heiau, Puna-luu Heiau, Puna-luu Pool.

  • Kellar, Herbert A.
    1949 An Early American Gristmill. Brand Book 6(1):1-3, 5-8.

    Early 19th century, U. S. plantation and mill, Rockbridge County, VA. Account of reconstruction of Cyrus H. McCormick’s mill and other buildings at Walnut Grove plantation; brief account of excavations in 1937.

  • Kellar, James H.
    1970 The Search for Quiatanon. Outdoor Indian 35(10). Reprinted with notes, Indian History Bulletin 47(11).

    Early 18th century, Native American and French colonial contact settlement, on Wabash River, IN. Excavation and findings beginning in 1968.

  • Kelley, J. Charles
    1952 Historic Indian Pueblos at La Junta de los Rios. New Mexico Historical Review 27(4) and 28(1).

    17th century, Spanish Entrada, pueblos (La Junta), New Mexico. Includes geography of La Junta region; archaeology; locates and describes pueblos.

  • Kelly, Arthur R.
    1938 A Preliminary Report on Archaeological Exploration at Macon, Georgia. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 119:1-68.

    18th century, British colonial fortification, Macon, GA. Reference to historic occupation of Ocmulgee Old Fields within prehistoric mound group; excavated in part with federal relief labor and professional archaeologists.

    1939 The Macon Trading Post, an Historical Foundling. American Antiquity 4(4):328-333.

    Ca. 1680-1718, British colonial trading post, Macon, Georgia; excavation summary.

  • Kelly, Arthur R. and R. S. Neitzel
    1961 The Chauga Site in Oconee County, South Carolina. Athens: University of Georgia Press.

    Prehistoric-historic, Native American, South Carolina. Large quantities of European goods found with long cultural continuity culminating in Cherokee occupation.

  • Kelso, William M.
    1979 Captain Jones’ Wormslow: A Historical, Archaeological, and Architectural Study of an Eighteenth-Century Plantation Site Near Savannah, Georgia. Athens: University of Georgia Press.

    18th century, colonial plantation site with 17th century Irish bawn (fortified house), Georgia. Documents history, archaeology, and architecture; Georgian architectural embellishments to house.

    1896 Jamestown Rediscovery II. (Rediscovery I, 1995). Jamestown: Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities.

    Series continuing the description of the first fort constructions, 1637 to the Confederate fort, 1863.

  • Kenaston, Monte R.
    1966 The Archaeology of the Harder site, Franklin County, Washington. Washington State University, Laboratory of Anthropology, Report of Investigations, No. 35. Pullman.

    1850s-present, Franklin County, WA.

  • Kennedy, Clyde C.
    1958 On the Trail of Champlain. Ontario History 51(1):50-52.

    Early 17th century, French exploration and colonial settlement, Ottawa River, Ontario. Metal objects of European origin found at top of Native American site occupied since at least Point Peninsula time.

  • Kenyon, Jeffrey L.
    1975 Preliminary Investigation of the Franklin Square Powder Magazine in Philadelphia. Report, Philadelphia Historical Commission.

    1976 Summary Report on the Application of Ground Penetrating Radar to the Stenton Mansion Complex. Ms., Museum Historic Research Center, University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

    1977 Back-Testing for Evaluation of Selected Radar Profiles at the Stenton Mansion Complex. Ms., Museum Historic Research Center, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.

    1977 The Gorgas Mill Complex Project. Doctoral dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International.

  • Kenyon, Jeffery L. and Bruce Bevan
    1977 Ground Penetrating Radar and Its Application to a Historical Archaeological Site. Historical Archaeology 11: 48-55.
  • Kenyon, Jeffery L. and Stanley M. Hunter
    1974 Archaeological Feasibility and Basic Research Study of Yellow Springs Tract, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Ms., Museum Historic Research Center, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.
  • Kenyon, Jeffery L., Stanley M. Hunter, and Helen Schenck
    1975 Basic Historic Research and Archaeological Feasibility Study of Bartram Park. Ms., Museum Historic Research Center, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.
  • Kenyon, Jeffery L., Stanley M. Hunter, Helen Schenck, and Patricia Thatcher
    1975 Stenton Barn Project: Archaeological Evaluation of Stenton Barn for Proposed Restoration. Ms., Museum Historic Research Center, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.
  • Kenyon, Jeffery L., Jacqueline Thibaut, and Helen Schenck
    1977 Report of the Preliminary Archaeological Excavations Conducted at Yellow Springs, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Ms., Museum Historic Research Center, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.
  • Kenyon, Walter A.
    1961 Old Fort Albany Relics. The Beaver, A Magazine of the North 292 (Summer):21-23.

    1688-1721, British colonial frontier fort, Fort Albany, Ontario. Exploration in 1960 by party from Royal Ontario Museum, University of Toronto, and Ontario Department of Travel and Publicity.

    1970 The Armstrong Mound on Rainy River, Ontario. Canadian Historical Sites, Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History 3:66-84.

    Prehistoric-historic, Native American mound, Rainy River region, Ontario.

  • Kerrigan, James and Vance Packard
    1973 Report on the 1973 Archaeological Excavations at the Site of General Jedidiah Huntington’s 1778-9 [sic] Quarters, Valley Forge State Park, Montgomery and Chester Counties, Pennsylvania, November 15, 1973 [pp. 1-9]. Report, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.
  • Keur, Dorothy Louise
    1941 Big Bead Mesa: An Archaeological Study of Navaho Acculturation. Society for American Archaeology, Memoirs No. 1. Menasha.

    Ca. 1745-1820 +/- 20 years (dendrochronological), Navajo-Pueblo relations/occupation, Big Bead Mesa and surrounding area, New Mexico. Ninety-five hogans excavated; study shows influence of agricultural Pueblo pattern on nomadic Navajo.

    1944 A Chapter in Navaho — Pueblo Relationships. American Antiquity 10(1):75-86.

    17th-18th century, Navajo-Pueblo and Spanish colonial sites, New Mexico. Survey of fifty sites; groups of hogans with associated sweat houses and storage pits, and mixed groups of pueblitos or tower-pueblitos with hogans clustered nearby. Two hundred seventy-two hogans located (of which nineteen were excavated). Dendrochronological dates range from ca. 1656 to 1771. Pottery and artifacts from the Navaho and puebloid sites are so similar that intimacy of inhabitants is indicated, a situation unique for 18th century Navajo and Pueblo peoples.

  • Kidd, Kenneth E.
    1941 The Excavation of Fort Ste. Marie. Canadian Historical Review.

    1639-1649, French colonial frontier fort, Fort Ste. Marie, on Georgian Bay, Ontario. Preliminary discussion of history of site and general discussion of findings of 1941 season.

    1949 The Excavation of Ste. Marie Island. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

    1639-1649, French colonial mission, Georgian Bay, Ontario. Describes the excavation of Jesuit mission site among the Huron Indians, built and occupied between 1639-1649.

    1951 Burial of an Objibwa Chief, Muskoka District, Ontario. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 21(1-2):3-8.

    18th century, Objibwa contact burial site, Muskoka district, Ontario. Describes remains of burial found.

    1953 The Excavation and Historical Identification of a Huron ossuary. American Anthropologist 18(4):359-379.

    17th century, Huron burials, Georgian Bay, Ontario. Describes discovery and excavation of Huron ossuary believed used in 1636.

    1954 Trade Goods Research Techniques. American Antiquity 20(1):1-8.

    17th-19th century, Native American and frontier trade, chiefly Canada. Useful resume of topic for contact site research; conclusions: collateral to systematic collation of excavated material from America with documented specimens; following data needed: histories of countries of origin, histories of the colony concerned, histories of specific industries, and histories of the distribution of the products among Indians and frontiersman.

    1955 A Statistical Analysis of Trade Axes. Bulletin of the New York State Archaeological Association 5:6.

    Attempt to complete statistical indices for dating of European trade axes for Native American trade in North America.

    1959 A Report on the Excavation of an Historic Site at the Junction of the St. Charles and Iairet Rivers, in Quebec City. Ms., Parks Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.

    18th century, French colonial mission, Quebec City, Quebec. Excavation and artifacts (pp. 26-34) discussed; reviews historical background.

  • Kidder, Alfred V.
    1916 The Pueblo of Pecos. El Palacio 3(3):43-49.

    Prehistoric-1838, Pueblo and Spanish colonial settlement, New Mexico. General discussion of archaeological work at site.

    1917 The Condition of the Main Pecos Pueblo. El Palacio 4(1):18-22.

    Prehistoric-1838, Pueblo and Spanish colonial settlement, New Mexico. Discusses discovery that Pecos ruin was multi-layered and not single (historic) component site.

    1917 The Old North Pueblo of Pecos. El Palacio 4(1):12-17.

    Contact, Pueblo, Pecos, NM. General discussion of archaeological work done in area; emphasis on architectural remains.

    1920 Ruins of the Historic Period in the Upper San Juan Valley, New Mexico. American Anthropologist 22(4):322-329.

    Pre-1600, Native American and Spanish colonial contact, southwestern New Mexico. Briefly discusses and describes three ruins in Gobernador and Largo canyons that display evidence of historic occupation.

    1921 Excavations at Pecos in 1920. El Palacio 10(1-2):2-4, 13-16, and cover.

    Prehistoric-1838, Pueblo and Spanish colonial settlement, New Mexico. Discusses archaeological work done during 1920 season; mentions (p. 13) bits of iron, copper, and china found in late 16th or early 17th century portions of ruin.

    1925 Pecos Excavations in 1924. El Palacio 18(10-11):217-223.

    Prehistoric-1838, Pueblo and Spanish colonial settlement, New Mexico. Discusses archaeological work done during 1924 season; resume of history of site.

    1926 The Excavations at Pecos. El Palacio 20(1):1-32.

    Prehistoric-1838, Pueblo and then Pueblo and Spanish colonial site, New Mexico. Summary of work done to date on Pecos; mentions church bell broken in 1680.

    1932 The Artifacts of Pecos. Andover, MA. Phillips Academy.

    Historic, Native American (Pueblo) artifacts, Pecos Pueblo, New Mexico. Some 17th-18th century trade goods.

    1951 Pecos Pueblo. El Palacio 58(3):83-86.

    Prehistoric-1838, Pueblo and Spanish colonial settlement, New Mexico. Summary of archaeological work at Pecos; two excellent drawings of village and village plan showing the church.

    1958 Pecos, New Mexico: Archaeological Notes. Robert S. Peabody Foundation for Archaeology, Phillips Academy, Paper 5. Andover.

    Prehistoric 1838, Native American, Pueblo of Pecos, sites in upper Pecos Valley, NM.

  • Kidder, Alfred V. and C. B. Cosgrove
    1936 The Pottery of Pecos, Vol. 2. New Haven: Yale University Press.

    1600-1838, historic Native American (Pueblo) ceramics, Pecos Pueblo, NM.

  • Kier, Charles F., Jr.
    1948 A Narraticon Village Site in Gloucester County. New Jersey. Archaeology Society of New Jersey, Bulletin 1:1-3.

    Contact Narraticon site, near Raccoon Creek (opposite Bridgeport), NJ. Surface collection typologically similar to excavated materials from Goose Island; three articles of European manufacture, one an inscribed clay pipe bowl.

    1949 Pieces of Silver. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 19(1-2):30-32.

    17th century, Dutch colonial and Native American contact site, Oak Hill, Montgomery County, NY. The village site may be the one visited by Van den Boguert in 1634 and referred to in his journals as Tenotogue.

    1952 Return to Yesterday. Archaeology Society of New Jersey, Bulletin 5:1-5.

    Native American contact site, New Jersey. Surface collection at largest of six supposed satellite villages to Salisbury site; ten pipe fragments and a gun flint (Brandon); earlier, Dorothy Cross had found no trace of European contact.

  • Killy, Monroe P.
    1949 Early Forms from the Iron Trade. Minnesota Archaeologist 15(10).

    18th century, frontier trading post, Minnesota. Discusses post supplies, iron.

  • Kim, Jiyul
    1978 The Applicability of South’s Methods as Tested on the Walnut Street Prison Site. The Conference on Historic Site Archaeology, Papers 1977, 12: 107-144. Columbia, SC.

    Kimball, Sidney Fiske and others
    1935 The Restoration of Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia. Architectural Record 78(6):355-458.

    18th century, British colonial state capitol, Williamsburg, Tidewater Virginia. Early architectural reference to ground investigation at Williamsburg prior to introduction of formal archaeological investigation program.

  • King, T. F. and R. E. Schenk, editors
    1969 Archaeology of the Point Reyes National Seashore, California. San Francisco: San Francisco State College.

    Contact Native American sites, Point Reyes National Seashore, near Drakes Bay, CA. Detailed analysis of ecology, ethnohistory, archaeology, surveys, and settlement patterns; emphasis on historic contact sites near Drakes Bay.

  • Kinsey, W. Fred
    1957 The Oscar Leibhardt Site: A Susquehannock Village of 1650-1675. Bulletin of the Eastern States Archaeological Federation 16:14.

    17th century, Susquehannock settlement, York County, PA. Possibly the last (1650-1675) Susquehannock settlement on lower Susquehanna River prior to their defeat by Cayuga in 1674.

    1957 A Susquehannock Longhouse. American Antiquity 23(2):180-181.

    17th century, Susquehannock site, York County, Pennsylvania. Describes historic longhouse excavated at Oscar Leibhardt site.

    1959 Historic Susquehannock Pottery. In Susquehannock Miscellany. Harrisburg: Pennsylvania History and Museum Commission.

    17th century, Native American (Susquehannock) ceramics and trade goods, lower Susquehanna River, PA. Ceramic change and trade goods used to suggest site sequence in historic times along the lower Susquehanna [pp. 61-98].

    1960 Additional notes on the Albert Ibaugh site. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 30(3-4):81-105.

    17th century, Susquehannock burial site, Pennsylvania. Thorough description of Susquehannock cultural materials and mortuary customs as manifested at site; preliminary classification of glass trade beads compared with samples from Seneca and later Susquehannock sites.

  • Kirby, I. A. Earle
    1973 The Sugar Mills of St. Vincent: Their Sites 1720 to 1962. Kingston, British West Indies: Government Printery.

    Ca. 1720-1962, sugar mill sites, St. Vincent, British West Indies. Locations of extant and relict sugar mills field checked from Byre maps of St. Vincent.

  • Kirkland, Forrest
    1942 Historic material from Folder Canyon cave. Bulletin of the Texas Archeological Society 14:61-71.

    Ca. 1879, U. S. domestic objects and clothing from cave, Val Verde County, Texas. Excellent reference on clothing, domestic objects, glass, etc.

  • Kivett, Marvin F.
    1959 Excavation at Fort Atkinson, Nebraska: A Preliminary Report. New England History 1:39-66.

    1820-1827, U. S. fort, Fort Atkinson, NE. Account of excavations by Nebraska State Museum in cooperation with the National Park Service in 1956.

  • Klammer, K. K.
    1949 Little Rapids trading post. Minnesota Archaeologist 16:30-58.

    18th century, trading post, Little Rapids, on Great Lakes, MN. Brief account of excavations.

  • Klammer, K. K. and Paul Klammer
    1949 The Little Rapids trading post. Minnesota Archaeologist 15:30.

    18th century, trading post, Little Rapids, on Great Lakes, MN.

  • Knecht, Richard A. and Richard Jordan
    1984 Archaeological Investigations at Keyser Mill (36 MG 164), Evansburg State Park, Lower Providence Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Report to Bureau of State Parks, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources, Harrisburg.
  • Kniffen, Fred B.
    1935 The historic tribes of Louisiana. Louisiana Conservation Review 4(7):5-12.

    Historic period, Native American tribes, Louisiana. Some archaeological references to historic sites.

  • Koch, Joan K.
    1978 Mortuary behavior patterning in first Spanish period and British period St. Augustine. The Conference on Historic Site Archaeology, Papers 1977, 12:286-304. Columbia, SC.

    Ca. 1600-1755, graveyard of Nuestra Senora de la Soledad church-hospital, St. Augustine, FL. Discusses burial evidence; site associated with Spanish Catholic Church, subsequent occupation, and Spanish settlement of St. Augustine. Major artifacts include majolica sherds and miscellaneous grave goods.

  • Kocher, A. Lawrence and Howard Dearstyne
    1951 Discovery of foundations for Jefferson’s addition to the Wren Building. Journal of the Society for Archaeological History 10(3):28-31.

    18th century, British colonial public building, Williamsburg, VA. Designed by Christopher Wren for College of William and Mary; archaeological evidence pertaining to foundations of post-1771 addition by Thomas Jefferson as part of restoration by Colonial Williamsburg.

  • Kolb, Charles C.
    1971 Excavations at Harriton, 1971: Archaeological Site Report for Harriton, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Bryn Mawr Occasional Papers in Anthropology No. 1. Bryn Mawr.
  • Korvemaker, E. Frank
    1967 Report on the 1967 Excavations of the Prince Frederick Bastion (2E20) and in the Men’s Barracks (2E16), Fort Beausejour National Historical Park, New Brunswick. Ms., Parks Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.

    18th century, French colonial military fort and 19th century British colonial military fort, Fort Beausejour, New Brunswick. Detailed report on structural and stratigraphic evidence in one of bastions of Fort Beausejour with some recommendations for reconstruction. Includes: well, straight passageway — north wall, south wall, cobblestone floor, drain, gun platform (Prince Frederick Bastion); structures, sub-floor testing, test trenches outside building (Men’s Barracks).

    1968 A Photographic Record of the Murphy House, St. Mary’s Road, Sturgeon, Prince Edward Island. Ms., personal collection of E. Frank Korvemaker.

    19th century, British colonial and Canadian residence (sandstone architecture), eastern Prince Edward Island. Detailed photographic collection of mid-19th century building.

    1968 Report on the Salvage Excavation at Fort Lennox, Ile-aux-Noix, Quebec. Ms., Parks Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.

    19th century, British colonial fort, Fort Lennox, Ile-aux-Noix, southern Quebec. Detailed report on structural and stratigraphic evidence uncovered during backhoe excavation to install electrical wiring, pipes, drains, etc.

    1968 Report on the Salvage Excavation at Montmorency Park, Quebec City. Ms., Parks Canada, Ottawa.

    19th century, British colonial military fortification, southeast bastion of ramparts in Montmorency Park, Quebec City, Quebec. Detailed structural and stratigraphic report on salvage excavation of bastion before stabilization of exterior ramparts wall was started. Discusses gun platform foundations, casemates, gun platform addition, rubble wall, and modern drainage.

    1969 Report on the 1968 Excavation at the Roma site, Prince Edward Island. Ms., University of Prince Edward Island, Charletown and the National Historic Sites Service [Parks Canada], Ottawa.

    18th-19th century, French colonial (18th century) and British colonial (19th century) settlement, Prince Edward Island. Excavated; includes: structural and stratigraphic evidence of Roma settlement; MacDonald Store and several other 19th century buildings.

    1970 Report on the 1969 Excavation at the Roma site, Prince Edward Island. Ms., University of Prince Edward Island, Charletown and National Historic Sites Service, Ottawa.

    18th century, French colonial settlement, Prince Edward Island. Includes excavation of major buildings in Roma settlement (storage cellar, company house, unidentified French building No. 2, unidentified French building No. 3); general testing (unidentified building, miscellaneous testing, island testing).

    1971 A Photographic Record of the Convent Ruins on Ile des Soeurs, Verdun, Quebec. Ms., Parks Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.

    18th-19th century, French colonial and Canadian architecture, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Detailed photographic record of convent in various stages of collapse.

  • Kraft, Herbert C.
    1970 The Miller Field Site, Warren County, New Jersey [Part 1, The Archaic and Transitional Stages]. South Orange: Seton Hall University Press.

    1975 The Archaeology of the Tocks Island Area. South Orange: Archaeological Research Center, Seton Hall University Museum.

  • Kraft, Herbert C., editor
    1984 The Northern Lenape in Prehistoric and Early Colonial Times. In The Lenape Indian: A Symposium. Seton Hall University, Archaeological Research Center, Publication No. 7, pp. 1-10. South Orange.
  • Kramer, Emmanuel M.
    1979 The Archaeology of Local History in Glenside, Pennsylvania. Old York Road Historical Society Bulletin 39:27-39.

    1982 The Penn House Site. Old York Road Historical Society Bulletin 42:36-50.

  • Kraus, Bertram S.
    1944 Acculturation: A New Approach to the Iroquoian Problem. American Antiquity 9(3):302-318.

    Contact period, Iroquois, eastern United States. Trial survey of Neutral acculturation, utilizing archaeological and historical information.

  • Kritzman, George
    1966 Excavation at Grapevine Canyon Rock-Shelter No. 1 (INY-374), Death Valley National Monument, California. (Final Report, Part 1). Ms., National Park Service, San Francisco.

    Historic period, Native American contact, and mining period, 1850s-1950s, Grapevine Canyon, northern Death Valley National Monument, CA.

  • Kroeber, A. L.
    1925 Handbook of the Indians of California. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 78. Washington.

    Prehistoric-historic, Native American tribes, California.

  • Kubler, George
    1939 The Rebuilding of San Miguel at Santa Fe in 1710. Colorado Springs: Taylor Museum.

    1940 The Religious Architecture of New Mexico in the Colonial Period and Since the American Occupation. Colorado Springs: Taylor Museum.

    17th-20th century, mission architecture, New Mexico. Historic period mission architecture related to Spanish colonial, Mexican, and Anglo cultures. Some reference to archaeological data in historical context.

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  • Ladd, Edmund J.
    1964 Chain of Craters Road — Puna, Hawaii, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Ms., National Park Service, Hawaii.

    1800-1850, contact period, Hawaii. Discusses stabilization of Moa Heiau in excavation of three burial sites and one fisherman cave in Kalapana district.

  • Ladd, Edmund J. and David K. Morris
    1970 Archeological and Ecological Survey of Olovalu Crater, Island of Tutuila, American Samoa. Ms., National Park Service, San Francisco.

    General historic and World War II sites, Tutuila Island, American Samoa. Historic agricultural features in Tutuila Crater included.

  • LaFlesche, Francis
    1929 The Osage Tribe. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 36:37-104.

    Historic, Native American (Osage), Missouri. Relatively detailed description of Osage living habits, etc.

  • de Laguna, Frederica
    1960 The Story of the Tlingit Community. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 172. Washington.

    Extensive material culture investigations, ethnographic.

  • Lambert, Marjorie F.
    1952 Oldest Armour in the United States Discovered at San Gabriel del Yunque. El Palacio 59(3):83-87.

    Late 16th century, Spanish, chapel-de-fer (war hat), San Gabriel del Yunque, New Mexico. Reports finding; site of Onate’s first capital city in New Mexico; includes note on finding of fragment of chain mail, bell.

    1954 Paa-ko, Archaeological Chronicle of an Indian village in North Central New Mexico. Santa Fe: School of American Research.

    Prehistoric-16th century, Pueblo and Spanish colonial contact, New Mexico. Includes setting, architecture, material culture, and mortuary practices. Largely report on pre-Columbian Native Americans but includes data on metals and ceramics of European origin (majolica, iron rings, axe, spoon handle, copper sheeting, musket ball, bullet, lead sheeting).

    1954 A Recently Discovered Sword of the Late Seventeenth or Early Eighteenth Century. El Palacio 61(9):300-305.

    Late 17th-early 18th century, Spanish colonial sword, near Cochiti Pueblo, NM. Plain Spanish military sword found.

  • Lane, Richard B.
    1965 The Citadel, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Ms., Parks Canada, Louisbourg, Nova Scotia.

    19th century, British colonial fortification, Halifax, central Nova Scotia, Canada. Excavations and findings, casemates, drains.

  • Lapsansky, Emma and Betty Cosans
    1968 Excavation in the Basement of the Kensington Methodist Episcopal Church, Northeast Corner of Marlborough and Richmond Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Report, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.
  • Lapsansky, Emma and James R. Zakas
    1968 Excavations of July and August, 1968 at the Bonnin and Morris Porcelain Factory Site, 124 Alter Street, Southwark, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Report, University of Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia.
  • Larrabee, Edward McM.
    1959 Report of Archeological Excavations Conducted at Schuyler house, Saratoga National Historical Park, Schuylerville, New York, from June 8 through June 29, 1959. Ms., National Park Service, Saratoga, NY.

    18th-19th century house, originally Dutch colonial, later U. S., Schuylerville, NY. Discusses features surrounding the house; findings limited to foundations of various outbuildings and garden layout; no clear dating possible. Analysis of historic sources in appendix by William D. Hershey; bibliography includes all historic sources on 1770 campaign, 19th century histories, and National Park Service manuscript reports of history and architecture of house; also list of historic maps.

    1960 Report of Archeological Investigation of the Arsenal Square at Harpers Ferry National Monument, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia from July 20 through September 5, 1959. Ms., National Park Service, Harpers Ferry, WV.

    1800s-1940s (focus 1800-1865), U. S. arsenal, confluence of Potomac and Shenandoah rivers, WV. History of two arsenal buildings, 1800 and 1806 (burned 18 April 1861), procedure and detailed description of findings by areas excavated; artifact discussion (mostly structural iron and arms); lists floods. Illustrations include details of steps, windows, iron window mullions, and frames, details of heavy iron work, some gun parts and bottles.

    1961 Archeological Exploration of the Court House building and Square, Appomattox Court House National Historical Park, Virginia from July through September, 1960. Ms., National Park Service, Appomattox, VA.

    1846-1892, Court House and square, Appomattox, south-central Virginia; county seat. Excavation procedure, site history; findings of three trenches and pits that located building; findings of fence-lines and road-bed tests around Court House; appendix of brick analysis.

    1961 Fort Ward, Alexandria, Virginia — Exploratory Excavation of the Northwest Bastion, June-July 1961. Ms., City of Alexandria, VA.

    1861-1865, U. S. Civil War fort, Fort Ward, Alexandria, VA (southwest edge of defenses of Washington). Fort was earthwork; excavation part of restoration project; includes: project history, sample reconstruction and conclusion, structures and military engineering (auger boring used to explore military trenching).

    1961 Report of the Second Season of Exploratory Archeological Excavations Conducted at the U. S. Rifle Works, Lower Hall Island, Harpers Ferry National Monument from June 23 through July 6, 1960. Ms., National Park Service, Harpers Ferry, WV.

    1800-1937 (focus 1840s-1860s), U. S. industrial and military site, Shenandoah River, Harpers Ferry, WV. Includes results of first season in 1959; physical description of site; features found in test pits and architectural summary; detailed critique of historical report.

    1962 Archeological Exploration of the Civil War Rifle Trenches on Bolivar Heights, Harpers Ferry National Monument, During June 1962. Ms., National Park Service, Harpers Ferry, WV.

    Ca. 1862-1863, Civil War site of rifle trenches, Harpers Ferry, WV. Salvage project; author notes that later clearing has somewhat negated conclusions of report.

    1962 Report of the Third Season of Exploratory Archaeological Excavations Conducted at the U. S. Rifle Works, Lower Hall Island, Harpers Ferry National Monument, West Virginia, from August 25 to November 10, 1961. Ms., National Park Service, Harpers Ferry, WV.

    1800-1937 (focus 1840-1880), industrial site, Harpers Ferry, WV. Foundations of rifle works excavated; reconstruction of history of island; appendices on floods, annotated historic maps, and aerial photographs. Reference to previous excavation report.

    1971 Archaeological Research at the Fortress of Louisbourg, 1961-1965. Canadian Historical Sites 2:8-43.

    1720-1768, French colonial fortress, Louisbourg, Nova Scotia. Excavation 1961-1965; material organized by season (with summary of work done each season); results, method, and organization included; bibliography lists all unpublished reports on file.

  • Latham, Roy
    1951 Seventeenth Century Graves at Montauk, Long Island. Bulletin of the New York State Archaeological Association 9:5-6.

    17th century, burials, Montauk, NY. European artifacts recovered from two burials are similar to those recovered by F. H. Saville and N. Booth at Pantigo, Long Island.

  • Lawson, Publius V.
    1908 The Trade Beads of Wisconsin. Wisconsin Archaeologist 7(3):116-118.

    Essay on “sesame to savage hearts, the belt of wampum”; author played more on sentiment and hear-say than research, but provided impressive statement regarding one-time merits of a belt of wampum.

  • Laxson, D. D.
    1954 An Historic Seminole Burial in a Hialeah Midden. Florida Anthropologist 7(4):111-118.

    Ca. 1840, historic, Native American (Seminole) site, near Hialeah, FL. Describes historic Seminole burial that contains earlier materials.

    1957 The Midden Site. Florida Anthropologist 10(1-2):1-16.

    Ca. 1700, Spanish colonial mission site, Florida. Excavation of Spanish and Mexican majolica wares.

    1959 Excavations in Dade County, During 1957. Florida Anthropologist 12(1):1-8.

    17th-18th century, Red Road and Lehigh sites, Dade County, FL. Excavations; Lehigh site dating 1685-1716 on basis of blue venetian glass ear bangles of type appearing at Macon trading post.

  • Lazarus, William C.
    1961 Fort Walton Culture — West of the Apalachicola. Cambridge: Peabody Museum, Harvard University.

    16th century, Native American and Spanish colonial contact, FL. Brief account of late Native American cultural group based on archaeological findings.

    1964 A Sixteenth Century Spanish Coin from a Fort Walton Burial. Florida Anthropologist 17(2):134-138.

    16th century, Spanish colonial coin from Native American burial, Fort Walton, FL. Detailed description of single coin that dates no later than 1556; copper, two maravedis coin minted in Santo Domingo.

    1965 A Study of Dated Bricks in the Vicinity of Pensacola, Florida. Florida Anthropologist 18(3)(part 2):69-84.

    18th-19th century, Spanish colonial, British colonial, U. S., bricks, Pensacola, FL. Summary of comparative brick sizes; with tables.

    Lazenby, Colleen and Samuel Landis
    1983 Report on Archaeological Excavations at the Snodgrass Farm, Lower Southampton Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Report to Bucks County Conservancy, Doylestown, PA.

  • Lee, David
    1970 The French in Gaspe, 1534-1760. Canadian Historic Sites, Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History 3:26-64

    1534-1760, French colonial history, Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec, Canada. Includes: background (English, French, Scots, and Indians); history and geography; economic development; Gaspe fisheries; communities (Matanel Mont-Louis, Gaspe Bay, Perce, Pabos, Grand-Riviere).

  • Lee, Thomas E.
    1953 An Archaeological Examination of a Historic Site Near Hawkesbury, Ontario. National Museum of Canada, Bulletin 128:1-13.

    17th century, French colonial military site, near Hawkesbury, Ontario. Site believed to have been that of struggle between Dollard des Ormeaux and an Iroquois band.

    1960 The Ross Earthwork Near Hawkesbury, Ontario. Science of Man 1(1):4-7.

    Excavation of earthwork that may have been mid-point shelter for safekeeping of fur trading goods while portaging; includes a reconstruction.

    1961 The Long Sault of the Ottawa Gives Up its Secrets. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 31(2):97-105.

    Ca. 1600, early French colonial frontier military site, Ottawa River, Ontario (opposite Quebec), Canada. The 1957 discovery of a third concentric palisade wall taken as further proof of site of Battle of Long Sault (May 1660) on Ottawa River, about midway between Montreal and the City of Ottawa. Article also concerns refutation of earlier historical/archaeological hypotheses; apparently part of continuing dispute about location of battle site.

    1961 New Light on the Battleground of the Long Sault. Science of Man 1(4):1-6.

    Ca. 1660, early French colonial frontier military site, Ottawa River (opposite Quebec), Ontario, Canada. The 1957 discovery of third concentric palisade wall taken as further proof of site of Battle of Long Sault (May 1660) on Ottawa River, about midway between Montreal and the City of Ottawa. Article also concerns refutation of earlier historical/archaeological hypotheses; apparently also part of continuing dispute about location of battle site.

  • Leechman, Douglas
    1960 A Report on and an Annotated Catalogue of the Artifacts Found in Prince of Wale’s Fort, 1957-1960. Ms., National Historic Sites Division [Parks Canada], Ottawa, Ontario.

    1731-1782, British military site, Prince of Wales’s Fort, near Churchill, Manitoba. Detailed account of excavation methods; stresses importance of closed dates; comparisons drawn with Jamestown, Virginia.

  • Leedecker, Charles H.
    1983 Managing Archaeological Resources in Fairmount Park. Report to Wallace, Roberts and Todd, from Soil Systems Division, Professional Services Industries, Marietta, GA.
  • Lenik, Edward J.
    1967 The Fort at Van Campen’s. Sussex County Historical Society.

    18th century, Dutch colonial fortified house, Tocks Island Reservoir, NJ. Excavation; historical background; artifacts: pipes (1740-1760), glass bottles, iron nails and spikes, tableware, buttons, ceramics.

    1969 Booth Brothers’ Knife Factory. Ms., North Jersey Highlands Historical Society, Newfoundland, NJ.

    Late 19th century, U. S. manufacturing site, Stockholm, NJ. Extensive historical research reconstitutes operation of pocket knife factory run by water power; artifacts described in detail (including pocketknife as generic type, clay pipes, and bottles).

    1970 The Rediscovery of Lower Longwood Forge. Archaeological Society of New Jersey, Bulletin.

    18th-19th century, foundry, Morris County, NJ. Excavation of ironworks, dams, mill races.

    Leslie, Vernon
    1947 An Archaeological Reconnaissance of Upper Delaware Valley Sites. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 16(3):103-112.

    Native American site, Minisink Island, Pennsylvania; after 1936 flood. Surface collection on site; author found triangular arrow point of European sheet brass.

    1951 A Tentative Catalogue of Minsi Material Culture. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 21(1-2):8-21.

    Prehistoric-historic, Native American (Minsi) culture sequence, eastern U. S. Historically documented clan of Delaware, tentatively identified with archaeological manifestation in northeastern Pennsylvania; shows continuation of Iroquois and Owasco traits.

  • Lewis, Clifford M., S. J.
    1963 Camp Allegheny: A Survey of a Confederate Winter Quarters. West Virginia Archaeologist 16:33-45.

    Ca. 1861, U. S. Civil War (Confederate) military site, West Virginia. Survey report on one camp (project involves four related Civil War camps in West Virginia mountains); reports historic records and surface indications.

  • Lewis, Lynne G.
    1979 Archaeological Investigations at Cliveden, Germantown, Pennsylvania, 1978-1979. Report to National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington.
  • Lewis, T. M. N.
    1952 Oldest Armor in the United States Discovered at San Gabriel del Yunque. El Palacio 59(3):83-87.

    1960 Editor’s Notes. Tennessee Archaeologist 16(2):125.

    Contact, Native American trade, McKees Island, AL. Describes and illustrates iron trade axe from McKees Island (said to be location of Upper Creek village of Tali visited by DeSoto expedition); late 16th century, Spanish colonial helmet (San Gabriel del Yunque, New Mexico) illustrated; reports finding of chapel-de-fer (late 16th century, at site of Onate’s first capital city in New Mexico); also mentions find of piece of chain mail and fragment of bell.

  • Lewis, T. M. N. and Madeline Kneberg
    1946 Hiwassee Island. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

    18th century, Native American contact site, Hiwassee Island, TN. Although trade items not abundant, material can be assigned to early 18th century trade with English; historic materials [pp. 132-135; pl. 85-88].

  • Liggett, Barbara
    1967 Report on the Completion of the Hope Lodge Contract. Report, Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.

    1970 Archaeological Work at Franklin Court. Ms., Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.

    1970 Completion Report, Franklin Court. Ms., Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.

    1970 The Dock Project, Philadelphia: Artifact Methodology. Report, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.

    1970 Summary Report on Archaeology at Stenton. Report to National Society of the Colonial Dames of America, Philadelphia.

    1971 The Archaeology of Philadelphia: The Dock and Budd’s Row. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of Society of Architectural Historians, Chicago.

    1971 Final Report: Archaeology at the Franklin House Site. Report, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.

    1971 Final Report: Franklin Court. Report, Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia.

    1973 Archaeology at Franklin’s Court. Harrisburg: The McFarland Company.

    1975 Urban Archaeology in Eastern United States. Doctoral dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International.

    1977 Excavations at Fort Mifflin. Report, Atwater-Kent Museum, Philadelphia.

    1978 Archaeological Excavations at the New Market Site. Ms., author’s possession.

    1978 Archaeological Survey, the Manayunk Canal. Report to City of Philadelphia Water Department, Philadelphia.

    1978 Archaeology at New Market: Exhibit Catalogue. Philadelphia: The Athenaeum.

    1978 Final Report on the Excavations of the North Salient, Fort Mifflin. Report to Department of Recreation, City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia.

    1981 Archaeology at New Market: Excavation Report. Philadelphia: The Athenaeum.

    n.d. Dock Creek Report. Report, American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia.

  • Liggett, Barbara and Sandra Laumark
    1979 The Counterfort at Fort Mifflin. Bulletin of the Association for Preservation Technology 11(1):37-74.
  • Lillard, Jeremiah, Robert F. Heizer, and Franklin Fenenga
    1939 An Introduction to the Archaeology of Central California. Sacramento Junior College, Department of Anthropology, Bulletin 2:1-93.

    Prehistoric-historic, Native American sites, California. Survey; representative sites described and defined show some combination of “Early,” “Transitional,” and “Late” periods; summary of archaeological work done in area by Sacramento Junior College and University of California.

  • Lilly, Eli
    1941 A Cedar Point “Glacial Kame” Burial. Indiana Academy of Sciences, Proceedings 51:31-33.

    18th century, Native American burials, Indiana. One burial contains British 1795 half-penny, suggesting connection with “Glacial Kame” burials.

  • Lippincott, Horace M., editor
    1939 The Restoration of Penn’s Manor. General Magazine and Historical Chronology 41(Jul.):387-410.

    17th-18th century, British colonial plantation, on Delaware River above Philadelphia. Brief mention of archaeological investigations by Donald Cadzow.

  • Little, J. Glenn, III and Stephen Israel
    1971 A Preliminary Historical and Archaeological Survey of Land Affected by the Dualization of U. S. Route 15 at Catoctin Iron Furnace. Ms., State Highway Administration, Baltimore, MD.

    1776-1905, Catoctin Iron Furnace and iron worker community complex, western Maryland. Preliminary survey; sites discussed associated with colonial industries and subsequent iron and steel development in America. Major features: foundations of furnace stacks and casting house, ore pits, race ways, and iron master and worker homes. Catoctin Iron Furnace community now part of Cunningham Falls State Park. Contains background and archival discussion with photographs; conjectural drawings of iron furnace complex.

  • Lombard, Percival Hall
    1927 The First Trading Post of the Plymouth Colony. Old-Time New England 18(1):70-86.

    Early 17th century, British colonial trading post, Aptuxcet, Cape Cod, Plymouth, MA. Excavations; post built 1627. See Lombard 1933.

    1933 The Aptuxcet Trading Post: Its Restoration on the Original Foundations. Old-Time New England 23(4):159-174.

    17th century, British colonial trading post, Aptuxcet, Cape Cod, MA. Excavations for Bourne Historical Society, November 1926, by P. H. Lombard and N. B. Hartford.

  • Long, Amos, Jr.
    1963 Outdoor Privies in the Dutch Country. Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine 63(3):33-46.
  • Lopez, Julius
    1964 The Colonial Aspects of the Schurz site. Anthropological Journal of Canada 2(1):3-27.

    Ca. 1700-1750, British colonial settlement, southeast part of Bronx Borough, New York. Major occupation is pre-Revolutionary.

    1978 The History and Archaeology of Fort Independence on Tetard’s Hill, Bronx County, New York. Bulletin of the New York State Archaeological Association 73:1-28.

    18th-19th century, Fort Independence, Bronx County, NY. Discusses fort architecture and military artifacts found during 1958 excavations; historical commentary concerning British 1776 capture of Fort Independence.

  • Lorrain, Dessamae
    1968 An Archaeologist’s Guide to Nineteenth Century American Glass. Historical Archaeology 11:35-44.

    Lorrain, Dessamae and Melinda Giles
    1975 Fort Richardson. Washington: National Park Service.

    19th century, U. S. frontier military, Fort Richardson, western Texas. Partial excavation of two barracks, two officer’s quarters.

  • Lovell, Emily
    1963 The Lost Mission. New Mexico Magazine (Apr.):16-19.

    17th century, Spanish colonial mission, Tabira, NM. Brief discussion of mission of Tabira (15 miles from Gran Quivira, NM).

  • Luccketti, Nicholas M.
    1982 Archaeological Survey for the Caretaker’s Cottage at the Lynnhaven House, Virginia Beach, Virginia. Ms., Virginia Research Center for Archaeology, Williamsburg.

    Early 18th century, Lynnhaven House, Virginia Beach, VA. Archaeological survey of proposed site for caretaker’s cottage; associated historical figure, Adam Thoroughgood, early 17th century settler.

  • Lucey, Charles C.
    1950 Notes on a Small Andaste Site and Andaste Archaeology. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 20(3-4):55-63.

    Prehistoric-historic, Native American sites, Susquehanna Valley, PA. Comparative study; historic Andaste traits to Susquehannock traits as found in Safe Harbor region of Susquehanna Valley.

  • Lutes, Eugene
    1965 Nevada Irrigation District Archaeological and Historical Survey. Ms., Central California Archaeological Foundation, Sacramento.

    Late 19th century, U. S. mining and logging period, Scotts Flat-Deer Creek, Middle Yuba River drainage, CA. Discusses the historic site tested [p. 6]; area apparently blacksmith shop for logging operation; artifacts mentioned date from pre-1900 U. S. settlement.

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