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Kalapuya: Native Americans of the Willamette Valley, Oregon

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Archaeology of the Willamette Valley and Western Cascades

  1. Aikens, C. Melvin. "The Willamette Valley." Archaeology of Oregon. 3rd ed. Portland: Bureau of Land Management, 1993. 87-108. Print.
  2. Aikens, C. Melvin., ed. Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1975. Print. Series: University of Oregon Anthropological Papers no. 8.
  3. Baxter, Paul W., and Robin L. Smith. "Prehistoric Occupation on the Luckiamute River." Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon, 1989-1994. Ed. Paul W. Baxter. Eugene: Assn. of Oregon Archaeologists, 1994. 167-188. Print.
  4. Baxter, Paul W., et al. "Excavations at Rigdon's Horse Pasture Cave: A Seasonal Hunting Camp in the Western Cascades." Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon, 1981-1982. Ed. Don Dumond. Portland: Assn. of Oregon Archaeologists, 1983. 1-18. Print.
  5. Baxter, Paul W., et al. Rigdon's Horse Pasture Cave: An Upland Hunting Camp in the Western Cascades. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1983. Print. Series: University of Oregon Anthropological Papers no. 28.
  6. Beckham, Stephen Dow, et al. Prehistory and History of BLM Lands in West-Central Oregon: A Cultural Resource Overview. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1981. Print. Series: University of Oregon Anthropological Papers no. 25. Also published as Heritage Research Reports no. 4. under the title Cultural Resource Overview of the Eugene BLM District, West-Central Oregon: A Final Report.
  7. Bell, James W. "Regional Archaeological Model of the Luckiamute Band Settlement Patterns." Thesis Oregon Sate U, 1981. Print.

  8. Booker, Matthew S. "Confluence: Ecology and Culture at the Forks of the Willamette River, Oregon." Diss. U of Oregon, 1997. Print.
  9. Bowden, Bradley. "A New Look at Late Archaic Settlement Patterns in the Upper Willamette Valley." Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon, 1995-1997. Ed. Albert Oetting. Eugene: Assn. of Oregon Archaeologists, 1997. 31-54. Print. Series: AOA Occasional Papers no. 6.
  10. Burnett, Robert M. "The Burnett Site: A Cascade Phase Camp on the Lower Willamette River." Diss. Portland State U, 1991. Print.
  11. Cheatham, Richard D. Late Archaic Settlement Patterns in the Long Tom Sub-Basin, Upper Willamette Valley, Oregon. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1988. Print. Series: University of Oregon Anthropological Papers no. 39.
  12. Collins, Lloyd R. "The Cultural Position of the Kalapuya in the Pacific Northwest." Diss. U of Oregon, 1951. Print.
  13. Connolly, Thomas J. "Modeling Prehistoric Cultural Systems in the Willamette Valley: A Demonstration of Regional Diversity." Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon, 1981-1982. Ed. Don Dumond. Portland: Assn. of Oregon Archaeologists, 1983. 27-39. Print.
  14. Connolly, Thomas J. "Paleo Point Occurrences in the Willamette Valley, Oregon." Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon, 1989-1994. Ed. Paul W. Baxter. Eugene: Assn. of Oregon Archaeologists, 1994. 81-88. Print.
  15. Connolly, Thomas J., and Paul W. Baxter. "New Evidence of a 'Traditional' Topic in Pacific Northwest Prehistory." Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon, 1983-1986. Ed. Kenneth M. Ames. Portland: Assn. of Oregon Archaeologists, 1986. 129-146. Print.
  16. Cordell, Linda S. "The Lingo Site." Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Ed. C. Melvin Aikens. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1975. 273-307. Print.
  17. Cressman, Luther S., and William S. Laughlin. "A Probable Association of Mammoth and Artifacts in the Willamette Valley, Oregon." American Antiquity 6 (1941): 339-342. Print.
  18. Davis, Loren C. "Cascadia Cave, Hannavan Creek, Calapooia Midden, and Other Sites." Geological Society of America Bulletin 117 (2005): 7-8. Print.
  19. Endzweig, Pamela. "Of Pots, Pipes, and People: Prehistoric Ceramics of Oregon." Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon, 1987-1988. Ed. Rick Minor. Eugene: Assn. of Oregon Archaeologists, 1994. 157-177. Print.
  20. Fagan, John L. "Obsidian Hydration Analysis of Three Sites in Western Oregon." Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Ed. C. Melvin Aikens. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1975. 505-520. Print.
  21. Follansbee, Julia. "Archaeological Remains at the Beebe Site (35-LA-216) in the Southeastern Willamette Valley Foothills." Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Ed. C. Melvin Aikens. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1975. 403-424. Print.
  22. Freidel, Dorothy E. "Alluvial Stratigraphy in Relation to Archaeological Features on the Long Tom River Floodplain, Veneta, Oregon." Diss. U of Oregon, 1989. Print.
  23. Grayson, Donald K. "Recent Archaeological Surveys in the Western Cascades: Prehistory and Conservation Archaeology." Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Ed. C. Melvin Aikens. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1975. 495-503. Print.
  24. Havercroft, Francine M. "Subsistence Variability in the Willamette Valley." Diss. Oregon State U, 1985. Print.
  25. Heflin, Eugene. "Kalapuya Archaeology." Screenings 9.6 (1960): 1-4. Print.
  26. Heflin, Eugene. "Stone Artifacts of the Kalapuyan Indians of Oregon." Central States Archaeological Journal 27.4 (1980): 164-169. Print.
  27. Helzer, Margaret M. "Archaeological Investigations at Two Sites in the Pleasant Hill Valley, Lane County, Oregon." Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon, 1995-1997. Ed. Albert Oetting. Eugene: Assn. of Oregon Archaeologists, 1997. 55-79.         Print. Series: AOA Occasional Papers no. 6.
  28. Henn, Winfield. "The Indian Ridge Site, Lane County, Oregon." Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Ed. C. Melvin Aikens. Eugene: U of Oregon. 455-468. Print.
  29. Henn, Winfield, et al. "Chronological Ordering of Selected Projectile Point Assemblages from the Willamette Valley." Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Ed. C. Melvin Aikens. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1975. 521-548. Print.
  30. Kelly, Cara M. "Prehistoric Land-Use Patterns in the North Santiam Sub-basin on the Western Slopes of the Oregon Cascade Range." Diss. Oregon State U, 2002. Print.
  31. Kindred, Kay L. A Cultural Resource Survey of Ankeny National Wildlife Refuge and Baskett Slough National Wildlife Refuge, Willamette Valley, Oregon. Corvallis: Oregon State U, 1979. Print.
  32. Kramer, Stephenie. "Camas Bulbs, the Kalapuya, and Gender: Exploring Evidence of Plant Food Intensification in the Willamette Valley of Oregon." Thesis U of Oregon, n.d. Web.

  33. Laughlin, William S. "Excavations in the Calapuya Mounds of the Willamette Valley, Oregon." American Antiquity 7 (1941): 147-155. Print.
  34. Laughlin, William S. "Notes on the Archaeology of the Yamhill River, Willamette Valley, Oregon." American Antiquity 9 (1943): 220-229. Print.
  35. Lindberg-Muir, Catherine. "Obsidian: Archaeological Implications for the Central Oregon Cascades." Diss. Oregon State U, 1988. Print.
  36. Littlefield, Steven W. "An Evaluation of the Archaeological Potential of Riverfront Park in Corvallis, Oregon." Diss. Oregon State U, 1998. Print.
  37. Matz, Stephan E. The Mazama Tephra-Falls: Volcanic Hazards and Prehistoric Populations. Corvallis: Oregon State U, 1991. Print. Series: Anthropology Northwest no. 5.
  38. McDowell, Patricia F. "Geomorphic Setting of Archaeological Sites, Southern Willamette Valley, Oregon." Tebiwa 21 (1984): 35-44. Print.
  39. McKinney, F. Ann. "Kalapuyan Subsistence: Reexamining the Willamette Falls Salmon Barrier." Northwest Anthropological Research Notes 18 (1984): 23-33. Print.
  40. Miller, Floyd E. "The Benjamin Sites (35-LA-41, 42)." Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Ed. C. Melvin Aikens. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1975. 309-347. Print.
  41. Miller, Floyd E. "Long Tom River Archaeology, Willamette Valley, Oregon." Diss. U of Oregon, 1966. Print.
  42. Minor, Rick. Cultural Resource Overview of BLM Lands in Northwestern Oregon: Archaeology, Ethnography, History. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1980. Print. Series: University of Oregon Anthropological Papers no. 20.
  43. Minor, Rick, and Audrey F. Pecor. Cultural Resource Inventory of the Willamette National Forest. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1977. Print.
  44. Minor, Rick, and Audrey F. Pecor. Cultural Resource Overview of the Willamette National Forest, Western Oregon. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1977. Print. Series: University of Oregon Anthropological Papers no. 12.
  45. Minor, Rick, and Christine Pickett. "Botanical Remains from the Halverson Site, Upper Willamette Valley, Oregon." Tebiwa 19 (1982): 15-25. Print.
  46. Minor, Rick, and Kathryn A. Toepel. "Archaeological Overview." Prehistory and History of BLM Lands in West-Central Oregon: A Cultural Resource Overview. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1981. 117-186. Print.
  47. Minor, Rick, and Kathryn A. Toepel. "The Halverson Site: A Late Prehistoric Campsite in the Upper Willamette Valley, Oregon." Tebiwa 19 (1982): 1-14. Print.
  48. Minor, Rick, and Kathryn A. Toepel. "A Preliminary Report on the Halverson Site (35-LA-261): A Seasonal Campsite in the Upper Willamette Valley, Oregon." Proceedings of the First Annual Symposium of the Association of Oregon Archaeologists, March 1980. Ed. M. Rosenson. Albany: Linn-Benton Community College, 1981. 29-45. Print.
  49. Minor, Rick, et al. Cultural Resource Overview of the Willamette National Forest: A 10-Year Update. Eugene: Heritage Research Associates, 1987. Print. Series: Heritage Research Reports no. 60.
  50. Minor, Rick, et al. Prehistory and History of the Upper Willamette Valley, Oregon: Research Questions and Approaches. Eugene: Heritage Research Associates, 1982. Print. Series: Heritage Research Reports no. 9.
  51. Murdy, Carson N., and Walter J. Wentz. "Artifacts from the Fanning Mound, Willamette Valley, Oregon." Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Ed. C. Melvin Aikens. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1975. 349-374. Print.
  52. Oetting, Albert C. "Scheid Rockshelter (35-LA-1026): A Nineteenth Century AD Native American Hunting Camp in the Western Cascades, Lane County, Oregon." Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon, 1995-1997. Ed. Albert Oetting. Eugene: Assn. of Oregon Archaeologists, 1997. 81-103. Print. Series: AOA Occasional Papers no. 6.
  53. Oetting, Albert C., and Stephen Dow Beckham. Cultural Resource Surveys of Selected BLM Land Exchange Parcels in Lane, Linn, and Polk Counties, Oregon. Eugene: Heritage Research Associates, 1992. Print. Series: Heritage Research Reports no. 130.
  54. Olsen, Thomas A. "Baby Rock Shelter." Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Ed. C. Melvin Aikens. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1975. 469-494. Print.
  55. Peterson, Bonita B., et al. Cultural Resource Inventory of the William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge, Willamette Valley, Oregon. Corvallis: Oregon State U, 1980. Print.
  56. Pettigrew, Richard M. "A Comparison of Two Prehistoric Sites in Lane County, Oregon. Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Ed. C. Melvin Aikens. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1975. 425-454. Print.
  57. Pettigrew, Richard M. "Prehistory of the Lower Columbia and Willamette Valley." Handbook of North American Indians: Northwest Coast. Ed. Wayne Suttles. Vol. 7. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1990. 518-529. Print.
  58. Raymond, Anan W. "Flaked Stone Technology at the East Bug-A-Boo Site, Linn County, Oregon." Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon, 1987-1988. Ed. Rick Minor. Eugene: Assn. of Oregon Archaeologists, 1994. 77-111. Print.
  59. Reckendorf, Frank F., and Roger B. Parsons. "Soil Development Over a Hearth in the Willamette Valley, Oregon." Northwest Science 40.2 (1966): 46-54. Print.
  60. Reese, Jo, and John L. Fagan. "An Early Holocene Archaeological Site in Oregon's Willamette Valley." Current Research in the Pleistocene 14 (1997): 77-78. Print.
  61. Sanford, Patricia R. "The Lynch Site (35-LIN-36)." Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Ed. C. Melvin Aikens. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1975. 228-271. Print.
  62. Shiner, Joel L. Appraisal of the Archaeological Resources of Twelve Reservoirs in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1949. Print.
  63. Silvermoon, Jon M., et al. Archaeological Resources of the Eugene-Springfield Metropolitan Area, Oregon: Overview and Management Recommendations. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1984. Print.
  64. Skinner, Craig E., and Paul Baxter. "Trace Element and Visual Characterization Studies of Obsidian from Sites 35-PO-15 and 35-PO-47, Willamette Valley, Western Oregon: An Archaeological Application of Atomic Absorption Spectrometry." Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon, 1995-1997. Ed. Albert Oetting. Eugene: Assn. of Oregon Archaeologists, 1997. 19-30. Print. Series: AOA Occasional Papers no. 6.
  65. Skinner, Craig E., and Stefan C. Radosevich. "The Geologic Source of the Mazama 'Mimic' Tephra: A Geochemical Reassessment of Volcanic Tephra from Vine Rockshelter (35-LA-304), Central Western Cascades, Oregon." Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon, 1989-1994. Ed. Paul W. Baxter. Eugene: Assn. of Oregon Archaeologists, 1994. 15-27. Print.
  66. Skinner, Craig E., and Carol J. Winkler. "Prehistoric Trans-Cascade Procurement of Obsidian in Western Oregon: A Preliminary Look at the Geochemical Evidence." Contributions to the Archaeology of Oregon, 1989-1994. Ed. Paul W. Baxter. Eugene: Assn. of Oregon Archaeologists, 1994. 29-44. Print.
  67. Snyder, Sandra L. "Archaeological Background to the Clackamas Drainage and Adjacent Central Cascade Areas." The Posy Archaeological Project: Upland Use of the Central Cascades, Mt. Hood National Forest, Oregon. Ed. Greg C. Burtchard. Portland: Portland State U, 1990. 49-68. Print.
  68. Snyder, Sandra L. "Prehistoric Land Use Patterns in the Central Oregon Cascade Range." Diss. U of Oregon, 1987. Print.
  69. Southard, Michael D. Archaeological Investigations on the Western Flank of the South-Central Cascades, Lane and Douglas Counties, Oregon. Portland: Bureau of Land Management, 1991. Print.
  70. Stepp, David. "Descriptive Analysis of Human Remains from the Fuller and Fanning Mounds, Yamhill River, Willamette Valley, Oregon." Diss. Oregon State U, 1994. Print.
  71. Toepel, Kathryn A. Archaeological Survey in the Long Tom Sub-Basin, Upper Willamette Valley, Oregon. Eugene: Oregon State Museum of Anthropology, 1985. Print.
  72. Toepel, Kathryn A. "The Flanagan Site: 6000 Years of Occupation in the Upper Willamette Valley." Diss. U of Oregon, 1985. Print.
  73. White, John R. "A Chronology of Upper Willamette Valley, Oregon, Prehistory." American Antiquity 44 (1979): 556-568. Print.
  74. White, John R. "The Hurd Site." Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Ed. C. Melvin Aikens. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1975. 141-225. Print.
  75. White, John R. "Prehistoric Sites of the Upper Willamette Valley: A Proposed Typology." Diss. U of Oregon, 1974. Print.
  76. White, John R. "A Proposed Typology of Willamette Valley Sites." Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Ed. C. Melvin Aikens. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1975. 17-140. Print.
  77. Woodward, John A., et al. "Artifacts from Fuller Mound, Willamette Valley, Oregon." Archaeological Studies in the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Ed. C. Melvin Aikens. Eugene: U of Oregon, 1975. 375-402. Print.
  78. Wright, George W. "The Origin of the Prehistoric Mounds of Oregon." Oregon Historical Quarterly 23 (1922): 87-94. Print. 

 

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