Journal Articles on Anthropology & Archaeology

Compiled by Randy Vance

Reference Department,

Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library

Telephone: (806) 742-9070

Email: randy.vance@ttu.edu



 

Arizona and the West / Journal of the Southwest (F806 A69)

Bell, William Gardner. “Dedication to John Gregory Bourke.” Vol. 13 No. 4 Winter 1971. (Anthropology/US Mil/we have several reels of microfilm of his writings)

Bourke, John G. edited by Frank E. Casanova. “General Crook Visits the Supais: As Reported by John G. Bourke.” Vol. 10 No. 3 Autumn 1968. (US Mil/Supais)

Brandes, Ray. “Archaeological Awareness of the Southwest.” Vol. 2 No. 1 Spring 1960. (Archaeology)

Name Changed to Journal of the Southwest (F806 A69)

Baxter, Sylvester. “Archaeological Camping in Arizona, Parts 5 & 6.” Vol. 37 No. 4 Winter 1995. (Archaeology)

_____. “Reconnaissance to Florence and Queen Creek.” Vol. 37 No. 4 Winter 1995. (Archaeology)

Carpenter, Alice Hubbard. “Alice Hubbard Carpenter on Avocational Archaeology.” Vol. 38 No. 3 Autumn 1996. (Archaeology)

Castile, George Pierre. “Yaquis, Edward H. Spicer, and Federal Indian Policy: From Immigrants to Native Americans.” Vol. 44 No. 4 Winter 2002. (Yaqui/Spicer/ US Gov)

Davis, Wade. “Cornell’s Field Seminar in Applied Anthropology: Social Scientists and American Indians in the Postwar Southwest.” Vol. 43 No. 3 Autumn 2001. (Anthropology/Ind)

Doxtater, Dennis. “Parallel Universes on the Colorado Plateau: Indications of Chacoan Integration of an Earlier Anasazi Focus at Canyon de Chelly.” Vol. 45 Nos. 1-2 Spring/Summer 2003. (Anasazi/Archaeology)

Duke, Doris. “Oral History Remembered (Native American).” Vol. 47 No. 1 Spring 2005. (The entire issue involves material collected by Duke on the Maricopa, White Mnt. Apache, Mohave, Chemehuevi, Seri. She was a key figure in Native American oral history.

Goodwin, Neil. “Like a Brother: Grenville Goodwins’s Apache Years, 1928-1939.” Vol. 43 Nos. 1-2. (Apache/Anthropology/ Entire issue covering Goodwin)

Hayden, Julian D. “The Vikita Ceremony of the Papago” Vol. 29 No. 3 Autumn 1987 (Papago-Tohono O’odham/Anthropology/includes Vikita portfolio: Plates I-XI)

Hemenway, edited by Curtis M. Hinsley & David R. Wilcox. “A Hemenway Portfolio: Chronology of the Hemenway Expedition and Margaret Magill’s Zuni Diary, 1882-1883.” Vol. 37 No. 4 Winter 1995. (Zuni/Anthropology)

Hovens, Pieter. “Ten Kate’s Hemenway Expedition Diary, 1887-1888.” Vol. 37 No. 4 Winter 1995. (Zuni/Archaeology)

Hovens, Pieter and Herman Ten Kate. “Early Anthropology on the Southwest-Great Basin Frontier: The 1883 Fieldwork of Herman Ten Kate.” Vol. 46 No. 3 Autumn 2004. (Anthropology)

Jones, Courtney Reeder. “Memories of Wupatki: Life in an Ancient Ruin.” Vol. 35 No.1 Spring 1992. (Anthropology)

Lucic, Karen & Bruce Bernstein. “In Pursuit of the Ceremonial: The Laboratory of Anthropology’s ‘Master Collection’ of Zuni Pottery.” Vol. 50 No. 1 Spring 2008. (Zuni/Anth)

Mahaney, Nancy and John R. Welch. “The Legacy of Fort Apache: Interpretive Challenges at a Community Historic Site.” Vol. 44 No. 1 Spring 2002. (Apache/US Mil/Archaeology/Anthropology)

Nash, Stephen E. “Time for Collaboration: A. E. Douglas, Archeologists, and the Establishment of Tree-Ring Dating in the American Southwest.” Vol. 40 No. 3 Autumn 1998. (Archaeology 3 articles)

Rothman, Hal K. “Ruins, Reputations, and Regulation: Byron Cummings, William B. Douglas, John Wetherill, and Summer of 1909.” Vol. 35 No. 2 Autumn 1993. (Archaeology)

Schaafsma, Curtis. “Truth Dwells in the Deeps: Southwestern Oral Traditions and Archaeological Interpretations.” Vol. 46 No. 4 Winter 2004. (Archaeology)

Snead, James E. “Lessons of the Ages: Archaeology and Construction of Cultural Identity in the American Southwest.” Vol. 44 No. 1 Spring 2002. (Archaeology/Culture)

Thompson, Raymond H. “A Place Remembered.” Vol. 52 No. 1 Spring (Winter) 2010. (Hopi/Archaeology)

Welch, John R. “‘A Monument to Native Civilizations’: Byron Cummings’ Still-Unfolding Vision for Kinishba Ruins.” Vol. 49 No. 1 Spring 2007. (Archaeology)

_____. “White Mountain Apache Photographs.” Vol. 49 No. 1 Spring 2007. (Apache)

_____. “ Kinishba Bibliography.” Vol. 49 No. 1 Spring 2007. (Archaeology/Apache/Pueblo)

Whiteley, Peter. “The End of Anthropology (at Hopi?).” Vol. 35 No.2 Summer 1993. (Hopi)

Wilcox, David R. & Phil C. Wiegand, J. Scott Wood & Jerry B. Howard. “Ancient Cultural Interplay of the American Southwest in the Mexican Northwest.” Vol. 50 No. 2 Summer 2008. (Archaeology)

Wilder, Joseph Carleton. “Special Edition on the Seri Indians of Northwestern Mexico.” Vol. 42 No. 3 Autumn 2000. (Anthropology)

Wright, Richard B. “Style, Meaning, and the Individual Artist in Western Pueblo Polychrome Ceramics After Chaco.” Vol. 47 No. 3 Autumn 2005. (Archaeology/ Pueblo Indian art/Anthropology)

Zedeno, Maria Nieves, editor. “Special Issue Exploring the Roots of American Anthropology.” Vol. 41 No. 3 Autumn 1999. (Anthropology)

Entire issue dealing with anthropology in the West/ Southwest. Vol. 44 No. 2 Summer 2002 (Anthropology)

Vol. 45 No. 1 Spring 2004. Emil Haury Centennial Issue deals entirely with Archaeology.

Vol. 52 Nos. 2 & 3.  Entire issues on archaeology in Central/Southern Arizona: Hohokam, Tohono O’odham, and Paipai.

 

Chronicles of Oklahoma (F691 C55)

Ballenger, T. L. “The Keetoowahs and Their Dances.” Vol. 61 No. 2 1983 Pp. 194-199. (Cherokee)  

Bass, Althea. “James Mooney in Oklahoma.” Vol. 32 No. 3 Autumn 1954 Pp. 42-51. (Antho/Kiowa)

Brooks, Robert L. & Robert Bell. “The Last Prehistoric People: The Southern Plains Villages.” Vol. 67 No. 3 1989 Pp. 296-319. (Arch)

_____. “Excavation of a Plains Village.” Vol. 70 No. 2 1992 Pp. 184-193. (Arch)

Brown, Opal Hartsell. “Dog Culture of the Indians.” Vol. 55 No. 1 1977 Pp. 3-11. (Ind)

Catlin-Legutko, Cinnamon. “George Catlin and Archaeology: Data Drawn from the Canvas.” Vol. 81 No. 3 2003 Pp.260-273. (Ind)  

Heth, Charlotte. “The Mosquito Dance.” Vol. 54 No. 4 1976 Pp. 519-524. (Ind)

Lees, William B. & Douglas D. Scott & C. Vance Haynes. “History Underfoot: The Search for Physical Evidence of the 1868 Attack on Black Kettle’s Village.” Vol. 39 No. 2 2001 Pp. 158-181. (Mil/Ind)

Moore, Guy Rowley. “Pawnee Tradition and Customs.” Vol. 17 No. 2 June 1939 Pp. 151-169. (Ind)

Moses, L. G. “James Mooney and the Peyote Controversy.” Vol. 56 No. 2 1978 Pp. 127-144. (Ind)

Nye, Lieutenant Wilbur S. “Kiowa Sun Dance. Vol. 12 No. 3 Sept. 1934 Pp. 340-358. (Ind)

Seger, John H. “Traditions of the Cheyenne Indians.” Vol. 6 No. 3 Sept 1928. (Ind)

Spring, Otto F. “Prehistoric Chert Quarries in Kay County.” Vol. 44 No. 1 1966. (Archaelogy)

Veenendaal, Augustus J. “Dutch-Ethnologist in Indian Territory.” Vol. 73 No. 1 1995 Pp. 32- 51. (Ind)  

Wyckoff, Don G. & Towana Spivey. “Archaeological Investigation of Fort Washita.” Vol. 49 No. 4 1971 Pp. 492-503. (Mil/ Ind)  

 

Ethnohistory (E51 E8)

Anderson, Jeffery D. “Northern Arapaho Conversion of the Christian Text.” Vol. 48 No. 4 2001. (Ind)

Bahr, Donald. “Bad News: The Predicament of Native American Mythology.” Vol. 48 No. 4 2001. (Ind)

Bateman, Rebecca B. “Naming Patterns in Black Seminole Ethnogenesis.” Vol. 49 No. 2 2002. (Seminole)

Behar, Ruth. “The Visions of the Guahichil Witch in 1599: A Window of the Subjugation of Mexico’s Hunter-Gathers.” Vol. 34 No. 2 1987. (Gen/SW)

Brandt, Elizabeth and MacCrate, Christopher. “Make Like Seem Heep Injin: Pidginization in the Southwest.” Vol. 29 No. 3 Summer 1982. (Ind/SW)

Chance, John K. “Mesoamerica’s Ethnographic Past.” Vol. 43 No. 3 1996. (Gen)

Clemmer, Richard O. “Band, Not-Band, or Ethnic: Who Were the White Knife People (Tasawihi)? Resolution of a ‘Mereological’ Dilemma.’” Vol. 56 No. 3 2009. (Shoshone)

Dixon, Benjamin Y. “Furthering Their Own Demise: How Kansa Indian Death Customs Accelerated Their Depopulation.” Vol. 54 No. 3 2007. (Kansa)

Dobyns, Henry F. “Puebloan Historic Demographic Trends.” Vol. 49 No. 1 2002. (Pueblo Ind)

DuVal, Kathleen. “Cross-Cultural Crime and Osage Justice in the Western Mississippi Valley, 1700-1826.” Vol. 54 No. 4 2007. (Osage)

*Ewers, John C. “Symmes C. Oliver, Ecology and Cultural Continuity as Contributing Factors in the Social Organization of the Plains Indians.” Vol. 10 No. 1 Winter 1963. (Plains Indians/ Comanche)

Fowler, Loretta. “Presidential Lecture: Wives and Husbands: Arapaho Gender in Time.” Vol. 56 No. 4 2009. (Arapaho)

Haas, Jonathan and Winifred, Creamer. “Warfare Among the Pueblos: Myth, History and Ethnography” Vol. 44 No. 2 1997. (Pueblo Ind)

*Kracht, Benjamin R. “The Kiowa Ghost Dance, 1894-1916: An Unheralded Revitalization Movement.” Vol. 39 No. 4 1992. (Kiowa/ Ghost Dance)

Kurtz, Ronald J. “Headmen and War Chanters: Role Theory and Early Canyoncito Navajo.” Vol. 16 No. 1 Winter 1969. (Navajo)

Lewis, David Rich. “Reservation Leadership and the Progressive-Traditional Dichotomy: William Wash and Northern Utes, 1865-1928.” Vol. 38 No. 2 1991. (Ute)

Ludwickson, John. “Blackbird and Son: A Note Concerning Late-Eighteenth- and Early-Nineteenth-Century Omaha Chieftainship.” Vol. 42 No. 1 1995. (Omaha)

Martin, John F. “The Prehistory and Ethnohistory of Havasupai-Hualapai.” Vol. 32 No. 2 1985. (Havasupai/ Hualapai)

McLoughlin, William G. “Ghost Dance Movements: Some Thoughts on Definition Based on Cherokee  History.” Vol. 37 No. 1 1990. (Ind/ Ghost Dance)

Nadasdy, Paul. “Transcending the Debate over the Ecologically Noble Indian: Indigenous Peoples and Environmentalism.” Vol. 52 No. 2 2005. (Ind)

Overholt, Thomas W. “The Ghost Dance of 1890 and the Nature of the Prophetic Process.” Vol. 21 No. 1 Winter 1974. (Ind/ Ghost Dance)

Preston, William L. “Portents of Plague from California’s Protohistoric Period.” Vol 49 No. 1 2002. (Disease)

Riley, Carroll L. “Mesoamerican Indians in the Early Southwest.” Vol. 21 No. 1 Winter 1974. (SW/Ind)

Smith, Michael E. “The Aztlan Migrations of the Mahuatl Chronicles: Myth or History?” Vol. 31 No. 3 1984. (Gen)

Sturtevant, William C. “Seminole Myths of the Origin of Race.” Vol. 10 No. 1 Winter 1963. (Seminole)

Warburton, Miranda and Begay, Richard.  “An Exploration of Navajo-Anasazi Relationships.” Vol. 52 No. 3 2005. (Navajo/ Anasazi)

Wunder, John R. “Native American History, Ethnohistory, and Context.” Vol. 54 No. 4 2007. (Ind)

 

Great Plains Journal (F591 G76)

Anderson, Adrian D. and Chappabitty, Franklin L. “A Bison Kill from Domedo Canyon.” Fall 1968. (Gen)  

Baird, Donald. “Some Eighteenth Century Gun Barrels From Osage Village Sites.” Spring 1965. (Gen)

Skinner, S. Alan. “Historic Wichita Figurines from the Edges of the Llano Estacado.” Vol. 17 1978. (Wichita)

Wedel, Waldo R. “Some Thoughts on Central Plains-Southern Plains Archaeological Relationships.” Spring 1968. (Archaeology)

_____. “Plains Archaeology in 1977.” Vol. 17 1978. (Archaeology)

 

Great Plains Quarterly (F591 G762)

Barsh, Russel Lawrence. “Plains Indian Agrarianism and Class Conflict.” Vol. 7 No. 2 Spring 1987. (N Plains Ind)

Herring, Joseph B. “Cultural and Economic Resilience Among the Kickapoo Indians of the Southwest.” Vol. 6 No. 6 No. 4 Fall 1986.

Kaye, Frances W. “Plains Indian Culture: An Introduction.” Vol. 7 No. 2 Spring 1987. (Plains Ind)

Wedel, Waldo R. “Coronado, Quivira, and Kansas: An Archaeologist’s View.” Vol. 10. No. 3 Summer 1990. (Coronado/Exploration)

White, Richard. “The Cultural Landscape of the Pawnee.” Vol. 2 No. 1 Winter 1982. (Pawnee)

 

The Journal of Arizona History (F806 A782)

Berg, Erik. “The Eagle and the Anasazi: The Lindbergh’s 1929 Aerial Survey of Prehistoric Sites in Arizona and New Mexico.” Vol. 45 No. 1 Spring 2004. (Ind/Archaeology)

DeWitt, Jennifer. “When They are Gone…” the Smoki People of Prescott and Preservation of Indian Culture.” Vol. 37 No. 4 Winter 1996. (Indian preservation)

Fletcher, Maurine S. “Nordenskiold and the Natives.” Vol. 20 No. 3 Autumn 1979. (Archaeology)

Hieb, Louis A. “‘The Flavor of Adventure Now Rare’: H.C. Rizer’s Account of James Stevenson’s 1882 Bureau of Ethnology to Canyon de Chelly.” Vol. 46 No. 3 Autumn 2005. (Anthropology/Archaeology)

Russell, Steve “The Legacy of Ethnic Cleansing: Implementation of NAGPRA in Texas” Vol. 19 No. 4 1995 (Gen)

 

Journal of the Indian Wars (E81 J66)

Lees, William B. “Archaeological Evidence: The Attack on Black Kettle’s Village on the Washita.” Vol. 1 No. 1999. (Battle of the Washita)

 

Kansas Historical Quarterly (F676 K33)

 Kansas Historical Collection Section I: 1875-1928

Connelley, William Elsey. “Notes on the Early Indian Occupancy of the Great Plains.” Vol. 14 1915-1918 Pp. 438-470. (Ind/Plains/Caddo)

Ross, Edith Connelley. “The Quivira Village.” Vol. 17 1926-1928 Pp. 514-546. (Ind/Coronado/Archaeology)

Zimmerman, Mark E. “The Pawnee Americans.” Vol. 16 1923-1925 Pp. 463-475. (Pawnee/Hist/Anthro) 

_____. “Circular Shrines in Quivira and Jehovah of the Ohio Mound Builders.” Vol. 17 1926-1928 Pp. 547-558. (Ind/Archaeology)

 

Kansas Historical Quarterly 1931-1977

O’Bryant, Arch. “Differences in Wichita Indian Camp Sites as Revealed by Stone Artifacts.” Vol. 15 No. 2 May 1947. (Wichita Ind/Archaeology)

Wedel, Waldo R. “Some Problems and Prospects in Kansas Prehistory.” Vol. 7 No. 2 May 1938. (Archaeology)

_____. “After Coronado in Quivira.” Vol. 34 No. 4 Winter 1968. (Coronado/Archaeology)

Wilmeth, Roscoe. “Kansa Village Locations in the Light of McCoy’s 1828 Journal.” Vol. 26 No. 2 Summer 1960. (Map/Kansa Ind/Anthro/Hist.) 

 

New Mexico Historical Review (F791 N65)

Bandelier, A. F. “Kin and Clan ” Vol. 8 July 1933 No. 3 Pp. 165. (Ind)

Brasher, Nugent. “Spanish Lead Shot of the Coronado Expedition.” Vol. 85 No. 1. (Gen/Archaelogy)

Dobyns, Henry F. “Indian Extinction in the Middle Santa Cruz River Valley Arizona” Vol. 38 No. 2. (Ind Arch)

Fenlund, Kevin J. “Óde to an Anasazi Jar: William Henry Holmes and the Archaeology of the American Southwest.” Vol. 76 No. 3. (Gen. /Archaeology)

Flint, Richard. “Result and Repercussions of the Coronado Expedition to Tierra Nueva from Documentary and Archaeological Sources.” Vol. 77 No. 3. (Span/Mil)

Harrell, David. “‘We contacted the Smithsonian’: The Wetherills at Mesa Verde.” Vol. 62 No. 3. (Archaeology)

Kelley, Klara and Harris, Francis. “Abalone Shell Buffalo People: Navajo Narrated Routes and Pre-Columbian Archaeological Sites.” Vol. 78 No. 1. (Ind Trade/Navajo)

Lange, Elizabeth M., Lange, Charles H., Riley, Carroll L. “Yet Another Bandelier Story: A Research Note.” Vol. 63 No. 1. (Gen)

Lyon, William H. “Social and Cultural Change Among the Navajo” Part I Vol. 78; Part II Vol. 78 No. 2. (Navajo)

Rasch, Philip J. “Archeology and Every Day Life at Ft. Union.” Vol. 40 No. 1. (Archaeology)

Turcheneske, John A. “The Arizona Press and Geronimo’s Surrender.” Vol. 14 No. 2 Summer 1973. (Apache)

 

Order of the Indian Wars Journal (PER 31 o65 i39)

Cole, D. C.  “Chiricahua Apache War Novice Complex.” Vol. 1 No. 4 Fall 1980. (Apache).

 

Panhandle Plains Historical Review (F381 P2)

Deb, Angie. “The Social and Economic Life of Comanches.” Vol. 3 1930 Pp. 38-52. (Comanche)

_____. “History and Customs of the Kiowa.” Vol. 7 1934 Pp. 42-52. (Kiowa)

Hughes, David T. “The Archaeological Legacy.” Vol. 67 1994. (Archaeology)

Johnson, C. Stuart. “Prehistory in the Texas Panhandle.” Vol. 10 1937 Pp. 80-86. (Gen)

_____. “Prehistory in the Texas Panhandle.” Vol. 11 1938.

Vol. 28 1955. Entire Issue devoted to Archaeology on the Panhandle/S. Plains.

 

Plains Anthropologist (E78.G73 P52)

Vol. 26 No. 92 May 1981. Entire issue devoted to models of prehistoric adaptation in Texas.

Agogino, George. “A Survey of Paleo-Indians Sites Along the Middle Rio Grande Drainage.” Vol. 6 No. 11 1961. (Pre-Puebloan)

Bamforth, Douglas B. “The Technological Organization of Paleo-Indian Small Group Bison Hunting on the Llano Estacado.” Vol. 30 No. 109 Aug. 1985. (Buffalo/ Llano Estacado)

Banks, Kimball M. and Snortland, J. Signe. “Every Picture tells a Story: Historic Images, Tipi Camps, and Archaeology.” Vol. 40 No. 152 May 1995. (Tipi/Archaeology)  

Barnes, R. H. “Lounsbury’s Analysis of Republican Pawnee Terminology: Comparison with Lushbaugh’s Original Data.” Vol. 41 No. 156 May 1996. (Pawnee)

Baugh, Timothy G. “Current Trends in Southern Plains Archaeology.” Entire issue Vol. 31 No. 114 Part II. (Southern Plains)

Baugh, Timothy G. and Perkins, Stephen M., editors. “Land of our Ancestors: Studies in Protohistoric and Historic Wichita Cultures.” Entire issue Vol. 53 No. 208 2008. (Wichita)

Bement, Leland C. and Buehler, Kent J., editors. “Southern Plains Bison Procurement and Utilization from Paleo-Indian to Historic.” Entire issue Vol. 42 No. 159 Feb. 1997. (Buffalo)

Backhouse, Paul N., Johnson, Eileen and Cunningham, Doug. “Lithic Technology and Toolstone Variability at Two Gravel Exposures Neighboring the Eastern Llano Estacado.” Vol. 54 No. 211 2009. (Local/Llano Estacado)

Blakeslee, Donald J. and Blasing, Robert. “Indian Trails in the Central Plains.” Vol. 33 No. 119 Feb. 1988. (Ind/Trails)

Boldurian, Anthony, Agogino, George, Shelley, Phillip H. and Slaughter Mark. “Folsom Biface Manufacture, Retooling and Site Function at the Mitchell Locality of Blackwater Draw.” Vol. 32 No. 117 Aug. 1987. (Archaeology)  

Boldurian, Anthony T. “Lithic Technology at the Mitchell Locality of Blackwater Draw” Entire issue Vol. 35 No. 130 Sept 1990. (Archaeology)  

Boyd, Douglas K. “Prehistoric Agriculture on the Canadian River of the Texas Panhandle: New Insights from West Pasture Sites on the M-Cross Ranch.” Vol. 53 No. 205 2008. (South Plains/Ind)

Bozell, John R. “Changes in the Role in Proto-Historic Pawnee Culture.” Vol. 33 No. 119 Feb. 1988. (Pawnee)

Brasser, Ted J. “The Tipi as an Element in the Emergence of Historic Plains Indians Nomadism.” Vol. 27 No. 98 Part I Nov. 1982. (Plains Ind)  

Byerly, Ryan M. and Meltzer, David J. “Historic Period Faunal Remains from Mustang Springs on the Southern High Plains of Texas.” Vol. 50 No. 194 2005. (Local/Midland)

Chisholm, Brian, Driver, Jonathan, Dube, Sylvain and Schwarcz, Henry P. “Assessment of Prehistoric Bison Foraging and Movement Patterns via Stable-Carbon Isotopic Analysis.” Vol. 31 No. 113 Aug. 1986. (Buffalo)

Dering, Phil. “Late Prehistoric Subsistence Economy on the Edwards Plateau.” Vol. 53 No. 205 2008. (TX Ind)

Drass, Richard R. and Flynn, Peggy. “Temporal and Geographic Variations in Subsistence Practices for Plains Villagers in the Southern Plains.” Vol. 35 No. 128 May 1990. (Ind/S. Plains) 

_____. “Corn, Beans and Bison: Cultivated Plants and Changing Economies of the Late Prehistoric Villagers on the Plains of Oklahoma and Northwest Texas.” Vol. 53 No. 205 2008. (South Plains/Ind)

Epp, Henry T. “Way of the Migrant Herds: Dual Dispersion Strategy Among Bison.” Vol. 33 No. 121 Aug. 1988. (Buffalo)  

Ewer, John C. “Climate, Acculturation and Costume: A History of Women’s Clothing among the Indians of The Southern Plains.” Vol. 25 No. 87. (S. Plains Ind)  

Greene, Candace. “Soft Candles of the Central Plains.” Vol. 37 No. 139 May 1992. (Ind/Cradles)

Gunnerson, James H. “A Human Skeleton from an Apache Baking Pit.” Vol. 14-43 1960. (Apache)

Gunnerson, Delores A. “Man and Bison on the Plains in the Prehistoric Period.” Vol. 17 No. 55 Feb. 1972. (Buffalo)

Habicht-Mauche, Judith A. “Southwestern-Style Culinary Ceramics on the Southern Plains.” Vol. 32 No. 116 May 1987. (Southern Plains)

_____. “Coronado’s Querechos and Teyas in the Archaeological Record of the Texas Panhandle.” Vol. 37 No. 140 Aug 1992. (Span/Ind)

Hanson, Jeffrey R. “Structure and Complexity of Medicine Bundle Systems of Selected Plains Tribes.” Vol. 25 No. 89 Aug. 1980. (Plains Ind)

Hawley, Marlin F. and Stein, Martin “An Update on European Contact Goods from the Lower Walnut Settlement, Kansas.” Vol. 50 No. 193 2005. (Trade/Ind)  

Henderson, Norman. “Replicating Dog Travois Travel on the Northern Plains.” Vol. 39 No. 148 May 1995. (Travel)

Holliday, Vance T., Johnson, Eileen, Haas, Herbert and Stuckerman, Robert. “Radiocarbon Ages from Lubbock Lake Site, 1950-1980: Framework from Cultural and Ecological Change on the Southern High Plains.” Vol. 28 No. 101 Aug. 1983. (Lubbock Lake Site)  

Holliday, Vance T, Johnson, Eileen and Haas, Herbert and Stuckenrath, Robert. “Radiocarbon Ages from Lubbock Lake Site: 1981- 1984.” Vol. 30 No. 110 Part I Nov.1985. (Lubbock Lake Site)

Honea, Kenneth. “The Technology of Eastern Puebloan Pottery on the Llano Estacado.” Vol. 18 No. 59 Feb. 1973. (Ind/ Llano Estacado)

Huebner, Jeffery A. “Late Prehistoric Bison Populations in Central and Southern Texas.” Vol. 36 No. 137 Nov. 1991. (Buffalo)

Hurst, Stance, Johnson, Eileen, Holliday, Vance T. and Butler, Sophie. “Playa Archaeology on the Southern High Plains of Texas: A Spatial Analysis of Hunter-Gatherer Occupations at Tahoka-Walker (41LY53).” Vol. 55 No. 215 2010. (Local/Archaeology)

Jackson, Jason Baird. “The Opposite of Powwow: Ignoring and Incorporating the Intertribal War Dance in the Oklahoma Stomp Dance Community.” Vol. 48 No. 187 2003. (Ind)

Jackson, J. Brantley. “The Jared Site: A Comanche Burial at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.” Vol. 17 No. 58 Nov. 1972. (Comanche)

Jacobsen, Brooke R. and Eighmy, Jeffrey L. “A Mathematical Theory of Horse Adoption on the Northern American Plains.” Vol. 25 No. 90 Nov. 1980. (Horse)

Johnson, Alfred E. “Kansa Origins: An Alternative.” Vol. 36 No. 133 Feb. 1991.(Kansa Ind)  

Johnson, Eileen. “Updating Comments on ‘Paleo-Indian’ Bison Procurement and Butchering Patterns on the Llano Estacado.” Vol. 25 No. 87 Feb. 1980. (Buffalo/ Llano Estacado)

Johnson, Eileen and Holliday, Vance T. “Late Paleo-Indian Activity at the Lubbock Lake Site.” Vol. 26 No. 93 Aug. 1981. (Lubbock Lake Site)

Johnson, LeRoy. “The Reconstructed Crow Terminology of the Titskanwatits, or Tonkawas, with Inferred Social Correlates.” Vol. 39 No. 150 Nov. 1994. (Tonkawas)

Kenmotsu, Nancy A., Perttula, Timothy K., Mercado-Allinger, Patricia, Hester, Thomas R., Bruseth, James E., Iruegas, Sergio and Tunnell, Curtis. “Medicine Mounds Ranch: The Identification of a Possible Comanche Traditional Cultural Property in the Rolling Plains of Texas.” Vol. 40 No. 153 Aug. 1995. (Comanche)

Keyser, James D. “A Shoshonean Origin for the Plains Shield-Bearing Warrior Motif.” Vol. 20 No. 69 Aug. 1975. (Comanche/ Shoshone)

Keyser, James D. and Mitchell, Mark. “Decorated Bridles: Horse Tack in Plains Biographic Rock Art.” Vol. 46 No. 177 May 2001. (Horses)  

Keyser, James D., Sundstrom, Linea and Poetschat, George “Women in War: Gender in Plains Biographic Rock Art.” Vol. 51 No. 197 2006. (Ind Women/War/Mil)

Keyser, James D. and Kaiser, David A. “Getting the Point: Metal Weapons in Plains Rock Art.” Vol. 55 No. 214 May 2010. (Ind/Metal)

Knudson, Ruthann, Johnson, Eileen and Holliday, Vance T. “The 10,000-Year-Old Lubbock Artifact Assemblage.” Vol. 43 No. 165 Aug. 1998. (Lubbock Lake Site)  

Logan, Michael H., Sparks, Corey S. and Jantz, Richard L. “Cranial Modification Among 19th Century Osages: Admixture and Loss of Ethnic Markers.” Vol. 48 No. 187 2003. (Osage)

Logan, Michael H. and Schmittou, Douglas A. “Inverted Flags in Plains Indian Art: A Hidden Transcript.” Vol. 52 No. 202 2007. (Ind/Art)

Loveland, Carol J., Gregg, John B. and Bass, William M. “Ancient Osteopathology from the Caddoan Burials at the Kaufman-Williams Site, Texas.” Vol. 30 No. 107 Feb. 1985. (Caddo)

Maxwell, Joseph A. “The Evolution of Plains Indian Kin Terminologies: A Non-Reflectionist Account.” Vol. 23 No. 79 1978. (Plains/Ind)

McBeth, Sally J. “Indian Boarding Schools and Ethnic Identity: An Example from the Southern Plains Tribes of Oklahoma.” Vol. 28 No. 100 May 1983. (Ind/Edu)

McCollough, Martha. “Political Decentralization as a Strategy to Maintain Sovereignty: An Example from the Hasinais During the 1700s.” Vol. 46 No. 178 Aug. 2001. (Caddo)

McWilliam, Richard K. & Jones, William K. “The Poafpybitty Site: A Late-Nineteenth-Century Kiowa Burial from Southwestern Oklahoma.” Vol. 21 No. 71 Feb. 1976. (Kiowa)

Medicine, Bea. “Native American Resistance to Integration: Contemporary Confrontations and Religious Revitalization.” Vol. 26 No. 94 Part I Nov. 1981. (Ind)

Meadow, William C. “The Parker P. Mckenzie Kiowa Orthography: How Written Kiowa Came into Being.” Vol. 46 No. 178 Aug 200. (Kiowa)

Meadows, William C., Harragarra, Kenny. “The Kiowa Drawings of Gotebo (1847-1927): A Self-Potrait of Cultural and Religious Transition.” Vol. 52 No. 202 2007. (Kiowa)

Michlovic, Michael G. “Cultural Evolution and Plains Archaeology.” Vol. 31 No. 113 Aug. 1986. (Archaeology)  

Miller, Jay “Delaware Traditions From Kansas, Nahkoman to Isaac McCoy.” Vol. 34 No. 12 Feb. 1969. (Delaware/Ind)  

Miller, Jay. “Changing Moons: A History of Caddo Religion.” Vol. 41 No. 157 Aug. 1994. (Caddo)

Molloy, Paula. “Hunting Practices at an Historic Plains Indian Village: Kansa Ethno Archaeology and Faunal Analysis.” Vol. 38 No. 143 May 1993.  (Kansa)

Monical, David G. “Changes in American Attitudes towards the Indian as Evidenced by Captive Literature.” Vol. 14 No. 44 Part I May 1969. (Ind/Captive) 

Moore, John H. “The Ornithology of Cheyenne Religionists.” Vol. 31 No. 113 Aug. 1986. (Cheyenne)

Nagy, Imre. “A Typology of Cheyenne War Shields.” Vol. 39 No. 147 Feb. 1994. (Cheyenne)

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