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Archaeology Department Publications

Robert E. Bell Monographs in Anthropology Series

Book Cover Image Title and Description
Archaeological Investigations at the Site of El Inga, Ecuador

Robert.E. Bell Monographs in Anthropology #1

Archaeological Investigations at the Site of El Inga, Ecuador

Robert E. Bell (2000)

Descriptive report on the 1961 excavations and artifacts at the Paleoindian camp in the highlands of Ecuador.  Published in a bilingual version in Ecuador in 1964, this important document was reformatted and published by the SNOMNH in 2000.  94 pages.

Dalton Settlement in the Arkoma Basin of Eastern Oklahoma

Robert.E. Bell Monographs in Anthropology #2

Dalton Settlement in the Arkoma Basin of Eastern Oklahoma

Jesse A.M. Ballenger (2001)

Major study of Dalton points from three localities in the Arkansas River basin area lying between the Ozarks and the Ouachita Mountains in eastern Oklahoma.  57 pages.

Ferdinandina: Biography of a French-Indian Trading Community on the Southern Plains

Robert.E. Bell Monographs in Anthropology #3

Ferdinandina: Biography of a French-Indian Trading Community on the Southern Plains

Dr. Robert E. Bell (2004)

This last major monograph by the late Dr. R.E. Bell is his compilation of information, correspondence, maps, and artifact finds from the Bryson-Paddock and Deer Creek sites along the Arkansas River in northernmost Oklahoma.  These are Wichita-related encampments of the early 1700s to which Louisiana French traders established important economic ties. 246 pages.

Chase Orchard: A Poñil Phase Pueblo in the Cimarron District, Northeastern New Mexico

Robert.E. Bell Monographs in Anthropology #4

Chase Orchard: A Poñil Phase Pueblo in the Cimarron District, Northeastern New Mexico

James H. Gunnerson (2007)

A 13th century small pueblo site in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains Foothills provides new information on sedentary puebloan occupations adjacent to the west edge of the Southern High Plains.  104 pages with 169 figures; all artifacts shown in color.

San Patrice Technology and Mobility across the Plains-Woodland Border

Robert.E. Bell Monographs in Anthropology #5

San Patrice Technology and Mobility across the Plains-Woodland Border

Thomas A. Jennings (2008)

A study of nearly 200 examples of San Patrice points from Louisiana, Texas, and Oklahoma.  Using raw material and formal variations, Jennings looks at clues to exchange and territoriality of hunter-gatherer groups some 10,100 years ago.  73 pages (most illustrations in color).

 

Archaeology Publications of the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History

Book Cover Image Title and Description
Oklahoma Prehistory

A joint publication between The University of Oklahoma-Oklahoma Archeological Survey and the Oklahoma Museum of Natural History

Oklahoma Prehistory

Claudette Marie Gilbert (1980)

Publicized results of archaeological field work, with the hopes to foster an appreciation for, interest in, and knowledge of the people who have called Oklahoma “home” over the centuries. 80 pages. LIMITED AVAILABILITY

Oklahoma Indian Artifacts

Contributions from the Stovall Museum, University of Oklahoma, No.4

Oklahoma Indian Artifacts

Robert E. Bell (1980)

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The Conservation of Fragile Specimens from the Spiro Mound,

Contributions from the Stovall Museum, University of Oklahoma, No.5

The Conservation of Fragile Specimens from the Spiro Mound,

LeFlore County, Oklahoma

Joan S. Gardner (1980)

A description of the conservation process (including photographs) of certain fragile and deteriorating specimens from the Spiro site, performed by Joan Gardner under a National Science Foundation grant.  75 pages. LIMITED AVAILABILITY

Scenes from Spiro Life: Art Works by Donald R. Johnson

A joint publication between the Oklahoma Humanities Committee, The University of Oklahoma-Oklahoma Archeological Survey, The University of Oklahoma Stovall Museum, and Emporia State University

Scenes from Spiro Life: Art Works by Donald R. Johnson

Mary Ann Holmes

A short compilation of drawings created by Donald Johnson for distribution while the Spiro Travelling Exhibit was in circulation. 12 pages.  LIMITED AVAILABILITY

Spiro Mounds: Prehistoric Gateway… Present-Day Enigma

Traveling Exhibit brochure

Spiro Mounds: Prehistoric Gateway… Present-Day Enigma

Text by Don G. Wyckoff and Dennis Peterson

This 12-page brochure was compiled for distribution to coincide with a past Spiro Travelling Exhibit presented by the Oklahoma Museum of Natural History. LIMITED AVAILABILITY

 

Joint Publications between the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History and the Oklahoma Anthropological Society

Book Cover Image Title and Description
Goff Creek: Artifact Collection Strategy and Occupation Prehistory on the Southern High Plains, Texas County, Oklahoma

Goff Creek: Artifact Collection Strategy and Occupation Prehistory on the Southern High Plains, Texas County, Oklahoma

Jesse A.M. Ballenger (1999)

Thorough study of the Ralph White surface collection along a tributary to the Beaver River northwest of Guymon in the Oklahoma panhandle.  11,000 years of human presence are represented by the artifacts, and their quantities and distributions are well assessed.  134 pages.

The Burnham Site in Northwestern Oklahoma: Glimpses Beyond Clovis?

The Burnham Site in Northwestern Oklahoma: Glimpses Beyond Clovis?

Don Wyckoff, James L. Theler, and Brian J. Carter (2003)

Interdisciplinary studies between 1986 and 1992 that investigated geological, pedological, paleontological, taphonomic, and archaeological findings indicating a human presence some 35,000 years ago. 315 pages.

34RM507, A Late Archaic Site in Western Oklahoma

34RM507, A Late Archaic Site in Western Oklahoma

Karin Rebnegger, Debra Green, Luther Leith, J. Peter Thurmond, and Don G. Wyckoff (2006)

Detailed study of a 1900 year-old camp site where Ogallala quartzite was processed.  Includes geoarchaeological study of some 2,500 years of sediment accumulations and analysis of gastropods as proxy records of environmental conditions.  94 pages (color photos of profiles and artifacts).

 

 

 

 

 

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