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This started as a list of books and articles I had read about Chaco Canyon, but over time it’s broadened into a list of things I have read on topics that I consider relevant to understanding Chaco, and the prehistory of North America more broadly, in the context of contemporary issues including community planning and the human environment. I’ve put entries that relate directly to Chaco Canyon and Chacoan outliers in bold for the benefit of those who are looking for further reading on the Chaco Phenomenon specifically.

Abbie, A. A.

1960. Physical Changes in Australian Aborigines Consequent upon European Contact. Oceania 31: 140–144.

Abbott, Carl

2007. Urban America in the Modern Age: 1920 to the Present. 2nd ed. Wheeling, Illinois: Harlan Davidson.

Abbott, David R.

2008. The Process, Location, and History of Hohokam Buff Ware Production: Some Experimental and Analytical Results. Journal of Archaeological Science 35: 388–397.

Abbott, David R., Alexa M. Smith, and Emiliano Gallaga

2007. Ballcourts and Ceramics: The Case for Hohokam Marketplaces in the Arizona Desert. American Antiquity 72: 461–484.

Abbott, Mark B., and Alexander P. Wolfe

2003. Intensive Pre-Incan Metallurgy Recorded by Lake Sediments from the Bolivian Andes. Science (n. s.) 301: 1893–1895.

Abel, Timothy J.

1999. A Temporal and Spatial Analysis of the Parker Festooned Ceramic Type. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 24: 201–256.

Abel, Timothy J., and David N. Fuerst

1999. Prehistory of the St. Lawrence River Headwaters Region. Archaeology of Eastern North America 27: 1–53.

Aberle, David F.

1959. The Prophet Dance and Reactions to White Contact. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 15: 74–83.

Aberle, S. D., J. H. Watkins, and E. H. Pitney

1940. The Vital History of San Juan Pueblo. Human Biology 12: 141–187.

Abler, Thomas S.

1980. Iroquois Cannibalism: Fact Not Fiction. Ethnohistory 27: 309–316.

Abraham, D. P.

1961. Maramuca: An Exercise in the Combined Use of Portuguese Records and Oral Tradition. Journal of African History 2: 211–225.

Abrams, Elliot M.

2009. Hopewell Archaeology: A View from the Northern Woodlands. Journal of Archaeological Research 17: 169–204.

Abu-Lughod, Janet L.

1989. Before European Hegemony: The World System A.D. 1250–1350. New York: Oxford University Press.

Achtman, Mark

2016. How Old Are Bacterial Pathogens? Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283: 1–10.

Achtman, Mark, Giovanna Morelli, Peixuan Zhu, Thierry Wirth, Ines Diehl, Barica Kusecek, Amy J. Vogler, David M. Wagner, Christopher J. Allender, W. Ryan Easterday, Viviane Chenal-Francisque, Patricia Worsham, Nicholas R. Thomson, Julian Parkhill, Luther E. Lindler, Elisabeth Carniel, and Paul Keim

2004. Microevolution and History of the Plague Bacillus, Yersinia pestis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101: 17837–17842.

Achtman, Mark, Kerstin Zurth, Giovanna Morelli, Gabriela Torrea, Annie Guiyoule, and Elisabeth Carniel

1999. Yersinia pestis, the Cause of Plague, Is a Recently Emerged Clone of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96: 14043–14048.

Ackerknecht, Erwin H.

1947. Primitive Surgery. American Anthropologist (n. s.) 49: 25–45.

Ackerknecht, Erwin H.

1948. Anticontagionism between 1821 and 1867. Bulletin of the History of Medicine 22: 562–593.

Ackerman, Charles

1976. The Rural Demography of Medieval England. Ethnohistory 23: 105–115.

Ackerman, Robert E.

1964. Lichens and the Patination of Chert in Alaska. American Antiquity 29: 386–387.

Ackerman, Robert E.

1998. Early Maritime Traditions in the Bering, Chukchi, and East Siberian Seas. Arctic Anthropology 35(1): 247–262.

Ackerman, Robert E.

2001. Spein Mountain: A Mesa Complex Site in Southwestern Alaska. Arctic Anthropology 38(2): 81–97.

Ackerman, Robert E.

2004. The Northern Archaic Tradition in Southwestern Alaska. Arctic Anthropology 41(2): 153–162.

Acuna-Soto, Rodolfo, Leticia Calderon Romero, and James H. Maguire

2000. Large Epidemics of Hemorrhagic Fevers in Mexico 1545–1815. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 62: 733–739.

Acuna-Soto, Rodolfo, David W. Stahle, Malcolm K. Cleaveland, and Matthew D. Therrell

2002. Megadrought and Megadeath in 16th Century Mexico. Emerging Infectious Diseases 8: 360–362.

Acuna-Soto, Rodolfo, David W. Stahle, Matthew D. Therrell, Richard D. Griffin, and Malcolm K. Cleaveland

2004. When Half of the Population Died: The Epidemic of Hemorrhagic Fevers of 1576 in Mexico. FEMS Microbiology Letters 240: 1–5.

Adair, John

1960. The Indian Health Worker in the Cornell-Navaho Project. Human Organization 19(2): 59–63.

Adair, John, and Kurt Deuschle

1958. Some Problems of the Physicians on the Navajo Reservation. Human Organization 16(4): 19–23.

Adair, John, Kurt Deuschle, and Walsh McDermott

1957. Patterns of Health and Disease among the Navahos. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 311: 80–94.

Adam, Chuck

1968. The Phoenix Button. Central States Archaeological Journal 15: 35.

Adams, E. Charles

1991. The Origin and Development of the Pueblo Katsina Cult. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Adams, E. Charles

1994. The Katsina Cult: A Western Pueblo Perspective. In Kachinas in the Pueblo World, edited by Polly Schaafsma, 35–46. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

Adams, E. Charles

1996. The Pueblo III–Pueblo IV Transition in the Hopi Area, Arizona. In The Prehistoric Pueblo World, A.D. 1150–1350, edited by Michael A. Adler, 48–58. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Adams, E. Charles

2004. Homol’ovi: A 13th–14th–Century Settlement Cluster in Northeastern Arizona. In The Protohistoric Pueblo World, A.D. 1275–1600, edited by E. Charles Adams and Andrew I. Duff, 119–127. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Adams, E. Charles, and Andrew I. Duff, eds.

2004. The Protohistoric Pueblo World, A.D. 1275–1600. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Adams, E. Charles, and Andrew I. Duff

2004a. Settlement Clusters and the Pueblo IV World. In The Protohistoric Pueblo World, A.D. 1275–1600, edited by E. Charles Adams and Andrew I. Duff, 3–16. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Adams, E. Charles, Vincent M. LaMotta, and Kurt E. Dongoske

2004. Hopi Settlement Clusters Past and Present. In The Protohistoric Pueblo World, A.D. 1275–1600, edited by E. Charles Adams and Andrew I. Duff, 128–136. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Adams, George Worthington

1940. Confederate Medicine. Journal of Southern History 6: 151–166.

Adams, Jenny L.

1999. Refocusing the Role of Food-Grinding Tools as Correlates for Subsistence Strategies in the U.S. Southwest. American Antiquity 64: 475–498.

Adams, Karen R.

2006. Native (Wild) Plants from Salmon Pueblo. In Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico, edited by Paul F. Reed, 741–757. Tucson and Bloomfield: Center for Desert Archaeology and Salmon Ruins Museum.

Adams, Karen R.

2006a. An Archaeobotanical Study of Room 93W at Salmon Pueblo. In Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico, edited by Paul F. Reed, 785–821. Tucson and Bloomfield: Center for Desert Archaeology and Salmon Ruins Museum.

Adams, Karen R.

2006b. Pines and Other Conifers from Salmon Pueblo. In Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico, edited by Paul F. Reed, 823–851. Tucson and Bloomfield: Center for Desert Archaeology and Salmon Ruins Museum.

Adams, Karen R.

2006c. Archaeobotanical Summary and Conclusions. In Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico, edited by Paul F. Reed, 867–874. Tucson and Bloomfield: Center for Desert Archaeology and Salmon Ruins Museum.

Adams, Karen R.

2008. Subsistence and Plant Use during the Chacoan and Secondary Occupations at Salmon Ruin. In Chaco’s Northern Prodigies: Salmon, Aztec, and the Ascendancy of the Middle San Juan Region after AD 1100, edited by Paul F. Reed, 65–85. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press.

Adams, Mikaëla M.

2012. Residency and Enrollment: Diaspora and the Catawba Indian Nation. South Carolina Historical Magazine 113: 24–49.

Adams, Mikaëla M.

2020. “A Very Serious and Perplexing Epidemic of Grippe”: The Influenza of 1918 at the Haskell Institute. American Indian Quarterly 44: 1–35.

Adams, Rex K.

2006. Depositional Processes and Sequences at Salmon Pueblo. In Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico, edited by Paul F. Reed, 71–81. Tucson and Bloomfield: Center for Desert Archaeology and Salmon Ruins Museum.

Adams, Rex K., and Paul F. Reed

2006. An Overview of Excavations at Salmon Pueblo. In Thirty-Five Years of Archaeological Research at Salmon Ruins, New Mexico, edited by Paul F. Reed, 83–94. Tucson and Bloomfield: Center for Desert Archaeology and Salmon Ruins Museum.

Adams, Richard E.

1960. Manuel Gamio and Stratigraphic Excavation. American Antiquity 26: 99.

Addis, Cameron

2005. The Whitman Massacre: Religion and Manifest Destiny on the Columbia Plateau, 1809–1858. Journal of the Early Republic 25: 221–258.

Adkins, Lesley

2004. Empires of the Plain: Henry Rawlinson and the Lost Languages of Babylon. London: Harper Perennial.

Adler, Michael A.

1996a. “The Great Period”: The Pueblo World During the Pueblo III Period, A.D. 1150 to 1350. In The Prehistoric Pueblo World, A.D. 1150–1350, edited by Michael A. Adler, 1–10. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Adler, Michael A., ed.

1996b. The Prehistoric Pueblo World, A.D. 1150–1350. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Adler, Michael A., and Amber Johnson

1996. Appendix: Mapping the Puebloan Southwest. In The Prehistoric Pueblo World, A.D. 1150–1350, edited by Michael A. Adler, 255–272. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Adovasio, J. M.

1979. Comment by Adovasio. American Antiquity 44: 723–731.

Afanasyeva, Anna

2013. Quarantines and Copper Amulets: The Struggle against Cholera in the Kazakh Steppe in the Nineteenth Century. Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 61: 489–512.

Agogino, George A.

1961. A New Point Type from Hell Gap Valley, Eastern Wyoming. American Antiquity 26: 558–560.

Agogino, George A.

1969. The Midland Complex: Is It Valid? American Anthropologist (n. s.) 71: 1117–1118.

Agogino, George A., and Irwin Rovner

1969. Preliminary Report of a Stratified Post-Folsom Sequence at Blackwater Draw Locality No. 1. American Antiquity 34: 175–176.

Agrinier, Pierre

1991. The Ballcourts of Southern Chiapas, Mexico. In The Mesoamerican Ballgame, edited by Vernon L. Scarborough and David R. Wilcox, 175–194. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Aguiar, Gilberto F. de Souza

1991. Ethnohistory, Intertribal Relationships, and Genetic Diversity among Amazonian Indians. Human Biology 63: 743–762.

Aguilar-Robledo, Miguel

2003. Formation of the Miraflores Hacienda: Lands, Indians, and Livestock in Eastern New Spain at the End of the Sixteenth Century. Journal of Latin American Geography 2(1): 87–110.

Ahlstrom, Richard V. N., David A. Breternitz, and Richard L. Warren

1985. Archival Excavation: New Tree-Ring Dates from Lowry Ruin. The Kiva 51: 39–42.

Ahlstrom, Richard V. N., Jeffrey S. Dean, and William J. Robinson

1991. Evaluating Tree-Ring Interpretations at Walpi Pueblo, Arizona. American Antiquity 56: 628–644.

Ahlstrom, Richard V. N., Carla R. Van West, and Jeffrey S. Dean

1995. Environmental and Chronological Factors in the Mesa Verde–Northern Rio Grande Migration. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 14: 125–142.

Ahrens, Peter

2011. John Work, J. J. Warner, and the Native American Catastrophe of 1833. Southern California Quarterly 93: 1–32.

Aigner, Jean S., William S. Laughlin, Robert F. Black, and Don E. Dumond

1971. Early Racial and Cultural Identifications in Southwestern Alaska. Science (n. s.) 171: 87–90.

Aikens, C. Melvin

1967. Plains Relationships of the Fremont Culture: A Hypothesis. American Antiquity 32: 198–209.

Aikens, C. Melvin

1972. Fremont Culture: Restatement of Some Problems. American Antiquity 37: 61–66.

Aikens, C. Melvin

1976. Cultural Hiatus in the Eastern Great Basin? American Antiquity 41: 543–550.

Aikens, C. Melvin

1978. Archaeology of the Great Basin. Annual Review of Anthropology 7: 71–87.

Aikens, C. Melvin

1979. Comment by Aikens. American Antiquity 44: 731–732.

Aitken, Barbara

1927. The Morning Star Cult in the Southwest. American Anthropologist (n. s.) 29: 731–732.

Akins, Nancy J.

1986. A Biocultural Approach to Human Burials from Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. Santa Fe: Branch of Cultural Research, National Park Service.

Akins, Nancy J.

2001. Chaco Canyon Mortuary Practices: Archaeological Correlates of Complexity. In Ancient Burial Practices in the American Southwest: Archaeology, Physical Anthropology, and Native American Perspectives, edited by Douglas R. Mitchell and Judy L. Brunson-Hadley, 167–190. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

Akins, Nancy J.

2003. The Burials of Pueblo Bonito. In Pueblo Bonito: Center of the Chacoan World, edited by Jill E. Neitzel, 94–106. Washington: Smithsonian Books.

Akins, Nancy J.

2008. Human Remains Recovered from the Tower Kiva at Salmon Ruins. In Chaco’s Northern Prodigies: Salmon, Aztec, and the Ascendancy of the Middle San Juan Region after AD 1100, edited by Paul F. Reed, 140–164. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press.

Alam, Mumtaz

2016. White Man’s ‘Diseases’ and White Man’s ‘Cures’: Smallpox Vaccination in the Early Period of ‘Empire’ in Fiji. Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 77: 777–790.

Alcamí, Antonio

2020. Was Smallpox a Widespread Mild Disease? Ancient DNA from the Viking Age Suggests a Rethink about the Origin and Evolution of Smallpox. Science (n. s.) 376–377.

Alden, Dauril

1963. The Population of Brazil in the Late Eighteenth Century: A Preliminary Study. Hispanic American Historical Review 43: 173–205.

Alden, Dauril

1976. The Significance of Cacao Production in the Amazon Region during the Late Colonial Period: An Essay in Comparative Economic History. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 120: 103–135.

Alden, Dauril, and Joseph C. Miller

1987. Out of Africa: The Slave Trade and the Transmission of Smallpox to Brazil, 1560–1831. Journal of Interdisciplinary History 18: 195–224.

Alegria, Ricardo E.

1951. The Ball Game Played by the Aborigines of the Antilles. American Antiquity 16: 348–352.

Alex, Lynn Marie, and James E. Martin

1993. The Occurrence of Fossil and Recent Dentalium at Four Late Prehistoric Archaeological Sites in the Black Hills Periphery, Western South Dakota. Plains Anthropologist 38: 131–143.

Alex, Lynn M., and Joseph A. Tiffany

2000. A Summary of the DeCamp and West Des Moines Great Oasis Burial Sites in Central Iowa. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 25: 313–351.

Alexander, John T.

1986. Reconsiderations on Plague in Early Modern Russia, 1500–1800. Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 34: 244–254.

Alexander, Ryan M.

2020. The Fever of War: Epidemic Typhus and Public Health in Revolutionary Mexico City, 1915–1917. Hispanic American Historical Review 100: 63–92.

Alizadeh, Abbas

2010. The Rise of the Highland Elamite State in Southwestern Iran: “Enclosed” or Enclosing Nomadism? Current Anthropology 51: 353–383.

Allen, Bryant J.

1983. A Bomb or a Bullet or the Bloody Flux?: Population Change in the Aitape Inland, Papua New Guinea, 1941–1945. Journal of Pacific History 18: 218–235.

Allen, J.

1979. The “Justinianic” Plague. Byzantion 49: 5–20.

Allen, Phyllis

1947. Etiological Theory in America Prior to the Civil War. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 2: 489–520.

Allen, Virginia R.

1975. The White Man’s Road: The Physical and Psychological Impact of Relocation on the Southern Plains Indians. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 30: 148–163.

Allison, Graham T.

1969. Conceptual Models and the Cuban Missile Crisis. The American Political Science Review 63: 689–718.

Allison, James R.

1996. Comments on the Impacts of Climatic Variability and Population Growth on Virgin Anasazi Cultural Development. American Antiquity 61: 414–418.

Allison, James R.

2004. Surface Archaeology of the Red Knobs Site, a Southeastern Utah Great House. Kiva 69: 339–360.

Allison, James R., Winston B. Hurst, Jonathan D. Till, and Donald C. Irwin

2012. Meanwhile, in the West: Early Pueblo Communities in Southeastern Utah. In Crucible of Pueblos: The Early Pueblo Period in the Northern Southwest, edited by Richard H. Wilshusen, Gregson Schachner, and James R. Allison, 35–52. Los Angeles: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press.

Almeida, María Antónia Pires de

2012. The Portuguese Cholera Morbus Epidemic of 1855–56 as Seen by the Press. Notes and Records of the Royal Society 66: 41–53.

Altshul, Jeffrey H., and Edgar K. Huber

2000. Economics, Site Structure, and Social Organization During the Basketmaker III Period: A View from the Lukachukai Valley. In Foundations of Anasazi Culture: The Basketmaker-Pueblo Transition, edited by Paul F. Reed, 145–160. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press.

Ambler, J. Richard

1994. The Shonto Junction Doghouse: A Weaver’s Field House in the Klethla Valley. Kiva 59: 455–473.

Ames, Kenneth M.

2001. Slaves, Chiefs and Labour on the Northern Northwest Coast. World Archaeology 33: 1–17.

Ames, Kenneth M., and Herbert D. G. Maschner

1999. Peoples of the Northwest Coast: Their Archaeology and Prehistory. New York: Thames and Hudson.

Amoss, Pamela

1978. Symbolic Substitution in the Indian Shaker Church. Ethnohistory 25: 225–249.

Anawalt, Patricia

1981. Costume Analysis and the Provenience of the Borgia Group Codices. American Antiquity 46: 837–852.

Andersen, Raoul R.

1970. Alberta Stoney (Assiniboin) Origins and Adaptations: A Case for Reappraisal. Ethnohistory 17: 49–61.

Anderson, Atholl

1995. Current Approaches in East Polynesian Colonisation Research. Journal of the Polynesian Society 104: 110–132.

Anderson, Atholl

2006. Polynesian Seafaring and American Horizons: A Response to Jones and Klar. American Antiquity 71: 759–763.

Anderson, David A.

2002. Elites among the Monongahela?: Evidence for Emergent Social Complexity in the Late Prehistoric–Protohistoric Period of Southwestern Pennsylvania. Archaeology of Eastern North America 30: 121–136.

Anderson, David G.

1991. Examining Prehistoric Settlement Distribution in Eastern North America. Archaeology of Eastern North America 19: 1–22.

Anderson, Duane C.

1969. Mill Creek Culture: A Review. Plains Anthropologist 14: 137–143.

Anderson, Duane C.

1975. A Long-Nosed God Mask from Northwest Iowa. American Antiquity 40: 326–329.

Anderson, Duane C.

1987. Toward a Processual Understanding of the Initial Variant of the Middle Missouri Tradition: The Case of the Mill Creek Culture of Iowa. American Antiquity 52: 522–537.

Anderson, Duane C., and Joseph A. Tiffany

1987. A Caddoan Trade Vessel from Northwestern Iowa. Plains Anthropologist 32: 93–96.

Anderson, Duane C., Joseph A. Tiffany, and Fred W. Nelson

1986. Recent Research on Obsidian from Iowa Archaeological Sites. American Antiquity 51: 837–852.

Anderson, Frank G.

1955. The Pueblo Kachina Cult: A Historical Reconstruction. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 11: 404–419.

Anderson, Frank G.

1956. Early Documentary Material on the Pueblo Kachina Cult. Anthropological Quarterly 29: 31–44.

Anderson, Gary Clayton

1980. Early Dakota Migration and Intertribal War: A Revision. Western Historical Quarterly 11: 17–36.

Anderson, Keith M.

1971. Excavations at Betatakin and Keet Seel. The Kiva 37: 1–29.

Anderson, Lee

1991. “Headlights upon Sanitary Medicine”: Public Health and Medical Reform in Late Nineteenth-Century Iowa. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 46: 178–200.

Anderson, Shelby L., Matthew T. Boulanger, and Michael D. Glascock

2011. A New Perspective on Late Holocene Social Interaction in Northwest Alaska: Results of a Preliminary Ceramic Sourcing Study. Journal of Archaeological Science 38: 943–945.

Andersson, S.-L., A. K. Elofsson, M. D. Galus, L. Göransson, S. Karlsson, F. Johnsson, and G. Andersson

2010. Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles as Regulating Power Providers: Case Studies of Sweden and Germany. Energy Policy 38: 2751–2762.

Andrades Valtueña, Aida, Alissa Mittnik, Felix M. Key, Wolfgang Haak, Raili Allmäe, Andrej Belinskij, Mantas Daubaras, Michal Feldman, Rimantas Jankauskas, Ivor Janković, Ken Massy, Mario Novak, Saskia Pfrengle, Sabine Reinhold, Mario Šlaus, Maria A. Spyrou, Anna Szécsényi-Nagy, Mari Tõrv, Svend Hansen, Kirsten I. Bos, Philipp W. Stockhammer, Alexander Herbig, and Johannes Krause

2017. The Stone Age Plague and Its Persistence in Eurasia. Current Biology 27: 3683–3691.

Andreasen, Claus

1997. The Prehistory of the Coastal Areas of Amdrup Land and Holm Land Adjacent to the Northeast Water Polynya: An Archaeological Perspective. Journal of Marine Systems 10: 41–46.

Andrén, Anders

2005. Behind Heathendom: Archaeological Studies of Old Norse Religion. Scottish Archaeological Journal 27: 105–138.

Andrews, Anthony P.

1993. Late Postclassic Lowland Maya Archaeology. Journal of World Prehistory 7: 35–69.

Andrews, Anthony P., E. Wyllys Andrews, and Fernando Robles Castellanos

2003. The Northern Maya Collapse and Its Aftermath. Ancient Mesoamerica 14: 151–156.

Anella, Anthony

1997. Learning from Mesa Verde: A Case Study in the Modern Interpretation of Anasazi Design. In Anasazi Architecture and American Design, edited by Baker H. Morrow and V. B. Price, 204–213. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

Angelakis, Emmanouil, Yassina Bechah, and Didier Raoult

2016. The History of Epidemic Typhus. Microbiology Spectrum 4(4): PoH-0010-2015.

Anonymous

1876. Exploration of a Mound in Utah. The American Naturalist 10: 410–414.

Anonymous

1887. Health Matters: A Theory of Consumption. Science 9: 419–420.

Antle, H. R.

1939. A Proposed Nomenclature for Oklahoma Archaeology. American Antiquity 4: 349–350.

Aoyama, Kazuo

2005. Classic Maya Warfare and Weapons: Spear, Dart, and Arrow Points of Aguateca and Copan. Ancient Mesoamerica 16: 291–304.

Apel, Thomas

2014. The Thucydidean Moment: History, Science, and the Yellow-Fever Controversy, 1793–1805. Journal of the Early Republic 34: 315–347.

Appleby, Andrew B.

1980. The Disappearance of Plague: A Continuing Puzzle. Economic History Review 33: 161–173.

Applegate, Richard B.

1974. Chumash Placenames. Journal of California Anthropology 1: 187–205.

Applegate, Richard B.

1975. The Datura Cult among the Chumash. Journal of California Anthropology 2: 7–17.

Arakawa, Fumiyasu, Scott G. Ortman, M. Steven Shackley, and Andrew I. Duff

2011. Obsidian Evidence of Interaction and Migration from the Mesa Verde Region, Southwest Colorado. American Antiquity 76: 774–796.

Archer, Seth

2010. Remedial Agents: Missionary Physicians and the Depopulation of Hawai`i. Pacific Historical Review 79: 513–544.

Ariss, Robert

1939. Material Culture Notes: Distribution of Smoking Pipes in the Pueblo Area. New Mexico Anthropologist 3: 53–57.

Arkush, Brooke S.

1990. The Protohistoric Period in the Western Great Basin. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 12: 28–36.

Arkush, Brooke S.

1993. Yokuts Trade Networks and Native Culture Change in Central and Eastern California. Ethnohistory 40: 619–640.

Arkush, Elizabeth, and Tiffiny A. Tung

2013. Patterns of War in the Andes from the Archaic to the Late Horizon: Insights from Settlement Patterns and Cranial Trauma. Journal of Archaeological Research 21: 307–369.

Armelagos, George J.

1968. Aikens’ Fremont Hypothesis and the Use of Skeletal Material in Archaeological Interpretation. American Antiquity 33: 385–386.

Armstrong, Charles

1922. Typhus Fever on the San Juan Indian Reservation, 1920 and 1921. Public Health Reports 37: 685–693.

Armstrong, John M.

1933. The Asiatic Cholera in St. Paul. Minnesota History 14: 288–302.

Arnett, Chris, and Jesse Morin

2018. The Rock Painting/Xela:ls of the Tsleil-Waututh: A Historicized Coast Salish Practice. Ethnohistory 65: 101–127.

Arnold, Watson C.

2013. Home Remedies, Folk Medicine, and Mad Stones. Southwestern Historical Quarterly 117: 133–142.

Aron, Stephen

1993. The Significance of the Kentucky Frontier. Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 91: 298–323.

Aronson, Joseph D.

1940. The History of Disease among the Natives of Alaska. Transactions and Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia 8: 27–34.

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1971. Indian Societies and Communities in Latin America: An Historical Perspective. Proceedings of the Conference of Latin Americanist Geographers 1: 124–137.

Aschmann, Homer

1974. A Late Recounting of the Vizcaino Expedition and Plans for the Settlement of California. Journal of California Anthropology 1: 174–185.

Aschmann, Homer

1986. Learning about Baja California Indians: Sources and Problems. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 8: 238–245.

Ashley, Keith H.

2002. On the Periphery of the Early Mississippian World: Looking within and beyond Northeastern Florida. Southeastern Archaeology 21: 162–177.

Ashmore, Wendy

2007. Building Social History at Pueblo Bonito: Footnotes to a Biography of Place. In The Architecture of Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, edited by Stephen H. Lekson, 179–198. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press.

Ashmore, Wendy, and Jeremy A. Sabloff

2002. Spatial Orders in Maya Civic Plans. Latin American Antiquity 13: 201–215.

Ashmore, Wendy, and Jeremy A. Sabloff

2003. Interpreting Ancient Maya Civic Plans: Reply to Smith. Latin American Antiquity 14: 229–236.

Aswani, Shankar

2000.  Changing Identities: The Ethnohistory of Roviana Head-Hunting. Journal of the Polynesian Society 109: 39–70.

Aswani, Shankar, and Michael W. Graves

1998. The Tongan Maritime Expansion: A Case in the Evolutionary Ecology of Social Complexity. Asian Perspectives 37: 135–164.

Athens, J. Stephen

1980. Pottery from Nan Madol, Ponape, Eastern Caroline Islands. Journal of the Polynesian Society 89: 95–99.

Atkinson, John

2002. The Plague of 542: Not the Birth of the Clinic. Acta Classica 45: 1–18.

Atmore, Anthony, J. M. Chirenje, and S. I. Mudenge

1971. Firearms in South Central Africa. Journal of African History 12: 545–556.

Aubin, George F.

1972. Roger Williams: Another View. International Journal of American Linguistics 38: 266–267.

Aubin, George F.

1975. More on Narragansett Keesuckquànd. International Journal of American Linguistics 41: 239–240.

Aune, Finn Roar, Rolf Golombek, and Sverre A. C. Kittelsen

2004. Does Increased Extraction of Natural Gas Reduce Carbon Emissions? Environmental and Resource Economics 29: 379–400.

Austin-Broos, Diane

1994. Narratives of the Encounter at Ntaria. Oceania 65: 131–150.

Aveni, Anthony F.

1981. Archaeoastronomy. Advances in Archaeological Method and Theory 4: 1–77.

Aveni, Anthony F.

2003. Archaeoastronomy in the Ancient Americas. Journal of Archaeological Research 11: 149–191.

Aveni, Anthony F., Horst Hartung, and Beth Buckingham

1978. The Pecked Cross Symbol in Ancient Mesoamerica. Science (n. s.) 202: 267–279.

Aviles, Brian A., and Robert L. Hoover

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