2 edition of Woodland-like manifestations in Nebraska found in the catalog.
Woodland-like manifestations in Nebraska
A. T. Hill
|Other titles||Woodruff Ossuary.|
|Statement||by A.T. Hill and Marvin Kivett. The Woodruff Ossuary : a prehistoric burial site in Phillips County, Kansas / by Marvin F. Kivett.|
|Series||Reprints in anthropology ;, v. 16|
|Contributions||Kivett, Marvin F., Kivett, Marvin F.|
|LC Classifications||E78.N3 H55 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 143-243, 103-141,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||243|
|LC Control Number||89115345|
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A Plains archaeology source book: selected papers of the Nebraska State Historical Society. [Waldo R Wedel;] The archeological campaign of / A.T. Hill and Paul Cooper --The archeological exploration of / Paul Cooper --Woodland-like manifestations in Nebraska / A.T.
Hill and Marvin Kivett --A site of the Dismal River aspect in. OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title. The first article is a reprint of the ed. published by the Nebraska State Historical Society, which was issued as vol. 21, no. 3 of Nebraska history, a quarterly magazine; the second is a reprint of the ed.
published by Smithsonian Institution, which was issued as Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin (River Basin.
Book Reviews. A Report on an Investigation of the Brandon Village Site and the Split Rock Creek Mounds. (Nebraska Historical Magazine, Vol. 20, No. 2, ). - Woodland-like Manifestations in Nebraska. Hill and Marvin Kivett. (Nebraska Historical Magazine, Vol.
21, No. 3, ). - A Site of the Dismal River Aspect in Chase County. This paper begins with a discussion concerning the development of the term "atlatl weight" in archaeological literature.
It then proceeds to analyze in detail data relative to 60 atlatl weights from 39 locations on the Plains area of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, and by: 5. “Spatial Distribution of Cultural Material and Pot-Depositional Disturbance at the Wallace Site (25GO2): A Plains Woodland Occupation in South Central Nebraska.” M.
thesis, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Department of Anthropology. The Schrader, Champe, and Fremont 1, Sites by A.
Hill, Paul Cooper; The Archaeological Campaign of by A. Hill, Paul Cooper; Report of Explorations, by Paul Cooper; Woodland-Like Manifestations in Nebraska by A. Hill, Marvin Kivett; A Site of the Dismal River Aspect in Chase County, Nebraska by A. Hill, George Metcalf (pp. CNA Chapters in Nebraska Archaeology.
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