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Unconfirmed, too incomplete and problematical items and pre-sorted material:
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__?_________________ 1982 DŽapr`es les sites de Mitchell et Blood Run: c'eramique de la cultura du Missouri ancien initial et culture deŽOneota. DAI-A 1982 Vol. 43, No. 2, P. 489.
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Dammers, Kim 1994 Amerikanistik Conference Paper

Dammers, Kim 1994 CSAS paper

Dammers, Kim 1997 Reconstructing Proto-Siouan, Amerikanistic Conference Paper


Arzigian, Constance 2000 "Middle Woodland and Oneota Contexts for Wild Rice Exploitation in Southwestern Wisconsin" [in issue 'Papers in Honour#? of James B #?Stoltman'], Midconti

Blakeslee, Donald J.; Michelle Peck; and Ronald A. Dorsey 2001 "Glen Elder: A Western Oneota Bison Hunting Camp," Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 26 (1): 79-104. {AI-o}



Logan, Brad; Richard E. Hughes; and Dale R. Henning 2001 " Western Oneota Obsidian: Sources and Implications," Plains Anthropologist. 46 (175): 55-64. {AI-o}



Ritterbush, Lauren W. and Brad Logan
2000 "Late Prehistoric Oneota Population Migration into the Central Plains," Plains Anthropologist (August)
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Reviews from IBZ?I

I think I should double enter the book reviews, but somehow "minor" them under reviewers' names.
Fitting, James E.
1973 |Gibbon:Sheffield| Michigan History 57(4):315...

Bleed, Peter
1973 |Straffin:Kingston| Plains Anthropologist 18?:172...

Sharrock
1972 ||Straffin:Kingston| American Anthropologist 74:957...

Freeman, Joan
1963 |Hall:Carcajou| Wisconsin Magazine of History 46:305...

Henning, Dale
1963 |Hall:Carcajou| American Anthropologist 65:?

Neuman, ?
1961 |Wedel:Oneota Sites| Plains Anthropologist 6(14):?

Kivett, ?
1961 |Wedel:Oneota Sites| American anthropologist 63:871...

Overstreet, David F.
1981 |Harvey:Oneota Culture| Plains Anthropologist 26?(91):87...

Gibbon, Guy
1976 |McKusick:Grant| Plains Anthropologist 21?(71):78...

Harvey, Amy E.
1976 |McKusick:Grant| american Anthropologist 77:675...


Theler, James L; and Robert F. Boszhardt 2000 "The End of the Effigy Mound Culture: The Late Woodland to Oneota Transition in Southwestern Wisconsin" [in issue 'Papers in Honour ##? of James B ##? Stoltman'], Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology. 25 (2): 289-312.

Trigger, Bruce
1984 |Gibbon:Oneota Studies| American Antiquity 49:667...

Hurley, William R.
1974 |Gibbon:Oneota Studies| Minnesota History 44(2):77...

Sigstad, John S.
1974 |Gibbon:Oneota Studies| Plains Anthropologist 19?(63):236...


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Betancourt, Phil P.
1965 "A Description of Certain Engraved Artifacts from the Utz Oneota Site," Plains Anthropologist ?:256-?

Freeman, Joan
... Master's thesis


Griffin, James B.
1945 "An Unusual Oneota Vessel from Minnesota," American Antiquity 11:?

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The following, down to Green, are from OCLC/FirstSearch/WorldCat (29 January 2002):
All relevant materials have been culled back thru 1990 inclusive.
Betts, Colin Mathew 2000 Symbolic, Dognitive, and Technological Dimensions of Orr Phase Oneota Ceramics. 332 pages. Dissertation (Ph. D.)--University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Rodell, Roland L. 2000 "Patterns of Oneota Settlement within the Middle Portion of the Upper Mississippi Valley," in: Mounds, Modoc, and Mesoamerica: Papers in Honor of Melvin L. Fowler, edited by Stephen Ahler?#. llinois State Museum: Springfield, Ill. Titcomb, Jason Matthew 2000 The Gillett Grove site (13CY2): A Postcontact Oneota Village in the Little Sioux Valley. Thesis (M.A.)--Iowa State University, 219 pages. Abstract: "The Gillett Grove site (13CY2) is a post-contact Oneota tradition settlement located along the Little Sioux River in northwest Iowa. Since 1995 field excavations have been conducted each summer as an archaeological field school at Iowa Lakeside Laboratory. Gillett Grove is one of few post-contact Oneota settlements in northwest Iowa. These post-contact Oneota sites have traditional material culture associated with European trade goods, such as glass trade beads, iron axes, and Jesuit rings. The archaeological research conducted at Gillett Grove expands on what is known about types of cultural transformations on the Prairie-Plains with the introduction of European goods." Stone, Anne Carol 2000 1996 Genetic and Mortuary Analyses of a Prehistoric Native American Community. 198 p. : p., ill. Human genetics. Dissertation: Thesis (Ph. D.)--Pennsylvania State University, 1996./ Photocopy./ Ann Arbor, Mich. :/ University Microfilms International,/ 2000./ 22 cm. Indian mounds of Wisconsin / Birmingham, Robert A. ; Eisenberg, Leslie E. Madison, Wis. : University of Wisconsin Press, 2000 TOC: The mystery of the mounds -- Speculation, excavation, explanation : in search of the mound builders -- Wisconsin before the mound builders : the Paleo-Indian and archaic traditions -- Early burial mound builders : the early and middle woodland stages -- Effigy mound builders : the late woodland stage -- Temple mound builders : the Mississippian tradition -- Mound construction and use in later times : Oneota, northern Wisconsin, and the historic period -- Indian mounds in the modern world. Oneota taxonomy : papers from the Oneota Symposium of the 54th Plains Anthropological Conference / R Eric Hollinger; David W Benn 1998 Milwaukee : Wisconsin Archeological Society, Check the catalogs in your library. Oneota taxonomy : papers from the Oneota Symposium of the 54th Plains Anthropological Conference / Author(s): Hollinger, R. Eric. ; Benn, David W. Publication: Milwaukee : Wisconsin Archeological Society, Year: 1998 313 p. : p., ill., maps ;, 28 cm. The Wisconsin archeologist ;; v. 79, no. 2; SUBJECT(S) edited by R. Eric Hollinger and David W. Benn. More Conf Auth: Plains Anthropological Conference; 1996) ; (54th : Oneota Cultural Interaction in The Prairie Peninsula: A Study of Ceramic Vessels and Faunal Exploitation in Northern Illiinois . Berres, Thomas Edward 1998 xii, 300 leaves, bound : p., ill. ;, 29 cm. Dissertation (Ph. D.)--University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1998. The Orr Phase Revisited: Movement And Transition of a People / 1998 Maul, Dale E. viii, 166 leaves ; p., 28 cm. Thesis (M.S.)--Mankato State University, 1998. Separate list or color coded? [Wisconsin early Indian cultures] Phoebe Hefko; Roberta Couillard 1997 English Visual Material : Picture 3 posters : col. ; 60 x 97 cm. Madison, Wis. : State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Office of School Services, [Wisconsin early Indian cultures] Author(s): Hefko, Phoebe. ; Couillard, Roberta. Publication: Madison, Wis. :; State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Office of School Services, Year: 1997 Description: 3 posters :; col. ;; 60 x 97 cm. Contents: Paleo-Indians: Wisconsin's first people, 10,000 - 6500 B.C. -- Archaic Indians: hunting, gathering, fishing, 6500- 800 B.C. -- Woodland (800 B.C.-1630 A.D.), Mississippian (1000-1200 A.D.), Oneota (1000-1630 A.D.): potters, gardeners, and traders. SUBJECT(S) Other Titles: Paleo-Indians: Wisconsin's first people, 10,000 - 6500 B.C.; Archaic Indians: hunting, gathering, fishing, 6500- 800 B.C.; Woodland (800 B.C.-1630 A.D.), Mississippian (1000-1200 A.D.), Oneota (1000-1630 A.D.): potters, gardeners, and traders. Responsibility: illustrations by Phoebe Hefko ; poster design by Roberta Couillard. More Corp Auth: State Historical Society of Wisconsin.; Office of School Services. 1997 56 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm. [S..] : Synstelien, Jennifer 1997 Archaeological chemistry : trace elemental analysis of human skeletal remains for paleodietary reconstruction of the Hogback Burial Site / 56 leaves : p., ill. ;, 28 cm. Series: Hamline University. Honors thesis.; Variation: Hamline University.; Honors thesis. SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Archaeology -- Methodology Archaeological chemistry Hogback Site (Minnesota) Note(s): Bibliography: leaves 53-55./ Dissertation: Thesis (Honors)--Hamline University, 199? Woodland (800 B.C.-1630 A.D.), Mississippian (1000-1200 A.D.), Oneota (1000-1630 A.D.) potters, gardeners, and traders / Phoebe Hefko; Roberta Couillard 1997 English Visual Material : Picture 1 poster : col. ; 60 x 97 cm. Madison, WI. : State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Office of School Services, Woodland (800 B.C.-1630 A.D.), Mississippian (1000-1200 A.D.), Oneota (1000-1630 A.D.) potters, gardeners, and traders / Author(s): Hefko, Phoebe. ; Couillard, Roberta. Publication: Madison, WI. :; State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Office of School Services, Year: 1997 Description: 1 poster :; col. ;; 60 x 97 cm. Language: English SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Woodland Indians -- Wisconsin. Mississippian culture -- Wisconsin. Oneota Indians (Great Plains) -- Wisconsin. Indians of North America -- Wisconsin -- Antiquities. Wisconsin -- Antiquities. Other Titles: Potters, gardeners and traders; Woodland, Mississippian, Oneota Responsibility: illustrated by Phoebe Hefko ; poster design by Roberta Couillard. More Corp Auth: State Historical Society of Wisconsin.; Office of School Services. The Diamond Bluff site complex : time and tradition in the northern Mississippi Valley / Rodell, Roland Lee. 1997 2 v. : p., ill. ;, 29 cm. (S) Descriptor: Excavations (Archaeology) -- Mississippi River Valley. Oneota Indians (Great Plains) -- Antiquities. Woodland culture -- Mississippi River Valley. Geographic: Mississippi River Valley -- Antiquities. Note(s): Vita./ Photocopy (positive) University Microfilms No. 97-38686./ Includes bibliographical references./ Dissertation: Thesis (Ph. D. in Anthropology)--University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee, 1997. MARK OR COLOR POSTERS AND FILMS OR PUT INTO SEPARATE SECTION Oneota longhouse people / Author(s): Carlson, Eric. ; Nastav, Dennis. ; McKusick, Marshall Bassford,; 1930- ; Wise, James. ; Bradley, Bruce A.,; 1948- Publication: [Iowa City] :; Distributed by Audiovisual Center, University of Iowa, Year: 1997 1974 Description: 1 videocassette (15 min.) :; sd., col. ;; 1/2 in. Series: Ancient Iowa film series ;; 6; Abstract: Using evidence from excavation on the Hartley Terrace in Northeast Iowa, an Oneota site on a previously abandoned late Woodland village, and historical accounts of later Indian villages, this film attempts to reconstruct the types of longhouse lodges that existed on the Grant site. Iowa -- Allamakee County. VHS. Note(s): Originally produced as a motion picture ca. 1974./ Participants: Narrator, James Wise. Responsibility: produced at the University of Iowa Motion Picture Unit ; Eric Carlson, Dennis Nastav, producers ; Marshall McKusick, state archaeologist. Research associate, Nickel Brown ; music, Douglas Freeman. More Corp Auth: University of Iowa.; Motion Picture Unit. ; University of Iowa.; Audiovisual Center. Document Type: Visual Material 997 English Visual Material : Videorecording : Partial animation : VHS tape 1 videocassette (20 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. [Iowa City] : Distributed by Audiovisual Center, University of Iowa, Carlson, Eric. ; McKusick, Marshall Bassford,; Wise, James. ; Bradley, Bruce A., Late Woodland village / Publication: [Iowa City] :; Distributed by Audiovisual Center, University of Iowa, Year: 1997 1974 Description: 1 videocassette (20 min.) :; sd., col. ;; 1/2 in. Series: Ancient Iowa film series ;; 3; Abstract: Gives a brief general introduction to the Woodland culture and concentrates on the Hartley Terrace excavations in Northeast Iowa, where earthen burial mounds and surroundings have produced evidence of the hunting, fishing, and trading activities of the occupants who preceded the Oneota at this site. . Woodland culture -- Iowa -- Allamakee County. VHS. Note(s): Originally produced as a motion picture in 1974./ Participants: Narrator, James Wise. Responsibility: produced at the Motion Picture Unit, University of Iowa ; directed by Eric Carlson ; Marshall McKusick, state archaeologist. Music, Douglas Freeman. More Corp Auth: University of Iowa.; Motion Picture Unit. ; University of Iowa.; Audiovisual Center. Domestic economics and mortuary practices : a gendered view of Oneota social organization / O'Gorman, Jodie Ann. Year: 1996 xv, 412 leaves : p., ill. ;, 29 cm. Oneota Indians (Great Plains) Indians of North America -- Funeral customs and rites. Feminist archaeology. Dissertation (Ph. D. in Anthropology)--University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee, 1996. Excavations at the Dixon Site (13WD8) : Correctionville Phase Oneota in Northweast Iowa / Fishel, Richard L. ; Fred A. Finney and Stephen C. Lensink Iowa City : Office of the State Archaeologist, The University of Iowa, ix, 328 p. : p., ill., maps ;, 28 cm. Halloran, Teresa Mary 1995 Analysis of ground stone from two Oneota sites in southeastern Iowa / . iv, 184 leaves : p., ill. ;, 28 cm. Lee County,Iowa M.A. thesis --University of Minnesota. La Crosse area Oneota. Publication: [Milwaukee] : Wisconsin Archaeological Society, 1994 Description: 449 p. : p., ill., maps ;, 23 cm. Language: English Series: The Wisconsin archeologist ;; v. 75, no. 3-4; Stone, glass, and metal artifacts from the Milford Site (13DK1) : an early 18th century Oneota component in northwest Iowa / Anderson, Duane Publication: Iowa City : Office of the State Archaeologist, the University of Iowa, 1994 ii, 52 leaves : p., ill. ;, 28 cm. Research papers / Office of the State Archaeologist, the University of Iowa ;; v.19, no. 5; Variation: Research papers (Iowa. Office of State Archaeologist) :; v. 19, no. 5. Oneota subsistence-related behavior in the Driftless Area : a study of the Valley View site near La Crosse, Wisconsin / Stevenson, Katherine 1994 1985 xiii, 601 leaves : p., ill. Valley View Site (La Crosse County, Wis.) Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1985./ Reproduction: Photocopy./ Ann Arbor, Mich. :/ University Microfilms International,/ 1994./ xiii, 601 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. Scarry, C. Margaret 1993 Foraging and farming in the eastern woodlands / Gainesville : University Press of Florida, xiii, 352 p. : p., ill., maps ;, 24 cm. Series: The Ripley P. Bullen series; TOC: The importance of native crops during the Late Archaic and Woodland periods / Richard A. Yarnell -- The Archaic period and the flotation revolution / Jefferson Chapman and Patty Jo Watson -- Early and Middle Woodland period paleoethnobotany / Gayle J. Fritz -- Farmers of the Late Woodland / Sissel Johannessen -- Variability in Mississippian crop production strategies / C. Margaret Scarry -- New methods for studying the origins of New World domesticates: the squash example / Deena S. Decker-Walters -- Reanalysis of seed crops from Emge: new implications for Late Woodland subsistence-settlement systems / Sandra L. Dunavan -- Plants and people: cultural, biological, and ecological responses to wood exploitation / Lee A. Newsom -- Cultural change and subsistence: the Middle Woodland and Late Woodland transition in the mid-Ohio Valley / Dee Anne Wymer -- Agricultural risk and the development of the Moundville chiefdom / C. Margaret Scarry -- Food, dishes, and society in the Mississippi Valley / Sissel Johannessen -- Wood overexploitation and the collapse of Cahokia / Neal H. Lopinot and William I. Woods -- Climate, culture, and Oneota subsistence in central Illinois / Frances B. King -- Old customs and traditions in new terrain: sixteenth- and seventeenth-century archaeobotanical data from La Florida / Donna L. Ruhl. Yelton, Jeffrey K. 1991 Protohistoric Oneota Pottery of the Lower Missouri River Valley: A Functional Perspective. v, 154 leaves : p., ill. ;, 28 cm. Utz Site (Mo.). Dissertation (Ph. D.)--University of Missouri-Columbia, 1991./ Reproduction: Microfilm./ Ann Arbor, Mich. :/ University Microfilms,/ 1990./ 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. Archaeological investigations at the Morton Village and Norris Farms 36 cemetery / Author(s): Santure, Sharron K. ; Harn, Alan D. ; Esarey, Duane. Springfield, Ill. : Illinois State Museum, 1990 x, 258 p. : p., ill. ;, 28 cm. Series: Reports of investigations / Illinois State Museum ;; no. 45; Variation: Reports of investigations (Illinois State Museum) ;; no. 45. Green, editor ======================




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