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Clovis First vs. Pre-Clovis:

A Bibliography of the New World Entrada: Howard through Morrow

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Clovis Points from Selected North American Sites

Clovis Points from Selected North American Sites

Center for the Study of the First Americans, Texas A&M

This bibliography was assembled for the glossary entry items related to Clovis and Preclovis cultures, and to go along with the About.com guide to the Colonization of the Americas.

Howard, Calvin D. 2001 Authrentication analysis of the Angus Nebraska fluted point. Plains Anthropologist 46(177):323-325.

Howard, Calvin D. 1990 The Clovis Point: Characteristics and Type Description. Plains Anthropologist 35(129):255-262.

Howard, Calvin D. 1988 Fluting Technology at the Lincoln Hills Site. Plains Anthropologist 33(121):395-398.

Hrdlicka, Ales 1925 Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution for 1923: The origin and antiquity of the American Indian. edition.Washington DC: Government Printing Office.

Hrdlicka, Ales 1907 Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 33: Skeletal remains suggesting or attributed to early man in North America. edition.Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution.

Hrdlicka, Ales 1912 Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 52: Early man in South America. edition.Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution.

Irwin, Henry T. 1971 Developments in early man studies in Western North America, 1960-1970. Arctic Anthropology 842-67.

Jantz, R. L. and Owsley, Douglas W. Pathology, taphonomy, and cranial morphometrics of the Spirit Cave mummy. Tuohy, Donald R. and Dansie, Amy. Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 40(1), 62-84. 97.

Jelinek, Arthur J. 1992 Perspectives from the Old World on the habitation of the New. American Antiquity 57(2):345-347.

Johnson E. 2007. Along the ice margin--The cultural taphonomy of Late Pleistocene mammoth in southeastern Wisconsin (USA). Quaternary International 169-170:64-83

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Johnson, Eileen and Vance T. Holliday 1997 Analysis of Paleoindian bonebeds at the Clovis site: New data from old excavations. Plains Anthropologist 42(161):329-352.

Kaestle, Frederika. Molecular analysis of ancient Native American DNA from western Nevada. Tuohy, Donald R. and Dansie, Amy. Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 40(1), 85-96. 97.

Kirner, K. L, Burky, R., Selsor, K., George, D., Taylor, R. E., and Southon, John R. Dating the Spirit Cave mummy: The value of reexamination. Tuohy, Donald R. and Dansie, Amy. Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 40(1), 54-56. 97.

Kooyman, Brian, et al. 2001 Identification of Horse Exploitation by Clovis Hunters Based on Protein Analysis. American Antiquity 66(4):686-691.

Kornfeld, Marcel 1980 Early Man in North American and Where to Look for Him: A Reply. Plains Anthropologist 25(90):357-362.

Kunz, Michael L. and Daniel H. Mann 1997 The Mesa Project: Interactions between early prehistoric humans and environmental change in Arctic Alaska. Arctic Research of the United States 1155-62.

Lahr, Marta M. 1995 Patterns of modern human diversification: Implications for Amerindian origins. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology 38163-198.

Loy, Thomas H. and E. J. Dixon 1998 Blood residues on fluted points from eastern Beringea. American Antiquity 63(1):21-46.

Lynch, Thomas F. 2001 On the road again... Reflections on Monte Verde. Review of Archaeology 22(1):39-43.

MacNeish, Richard S. 1978 Late Pleistocene adaptations: A new look at early peopling of the New World as of 1976. Journal of Anthropological Research 34(4):475-496.

Mallouf, Robert J. 1989 A Clovis Quarry Workshop in the Callahan Divide: The YellowHawk Site, Taylor County, Texas. Plains Anthropologist 34(124):82-103.

McKern, Will C. 1942 The first settlers of Wisconsin. Wisconsin Magazine of History 26153-169.

Meltzer, David J.1994 The discovery of deep time: A history of views on the peopling of the Americas. In Method and Theory for Investigating the Peopling of the Americas. Robson Bonnichsen and D. G. Steele, eds. Pp. 7-26. Corvallis, Oregon: Oregon State University .

Meltzer, David J. 1988 Late pleistocene human adaptations in eastern North America. Journal of World Prehistory 21-52.

Meltzer, David J. 1989 Why don't we know when the first people came to NorthAmerica? American Antiquity 54(3):471-490.

Meltzer, David J., James M. Adovasio, and Tom D. Dillehay 1994 On a Pleistocene human occupation at Pedra Furada, Brazil. Antiquity 68(261):695-714.

Merriwether, D. A., Francisco Rothhammer, and Robert E. Ferrell 1995 Distribution of the four founding lineage haplotypes in Native Americans suggests a single wave of migration for the New World. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 98411-430.

Moore, John H. and Michael E. Moseley 2001 How Many Frogs Does It Take to Leap around the Americas? Comments on Anderson and Gillam. American Antiquity 66(3):526-529.

Morrow, Juliet E. 1995 Clovis projectile point manufacture: A perspective from the Ready/Lincoln Hills site, 11JY46, Jersey County, Illinois. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 20(2):167-191.

Morrow, Juliet E. and Toby A. Morrow 1999 Geographic variation in fluted projectile points: A hemispheric perspective. American Antiquity 64(2):215-231.

Morrow, Juliet E. and Toby A. Morrow 2002 Rummels-Maske revisited: A fluted point cace from east central Iowa. Plains Anthropologist 47(183):307-321.

 

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