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Studies in Archeology and Ethnography 2 Implementing the Antiquities Act: A Survey of Archeological Permits 1906-1935

APPENDIX C:
Published and Unpublished Reports from Early Antiquities Act Permitted Excavations on Federal Land 1907-1935

Bartlett, Katharine
1940        How Don Pedro de Tovar Discovered the Hopi and Don Garcia Lopez de Cardenas Saw the Grand Canyon, with Notes Upon their Probable Route. Plateau 12 (3): 37-35.

Birket-Smith, Kaj and Frederica de Laguna
1938        The Eyak Indians of the Copper River Delta, Alaska. Det Kgl. Danske Videnskabernes Selskab. Copenhagen: Levin and Munksgaard.

Brown, Barnum
1917        A Complete Skeleton of the Horned Dinosaur, Monoclonius, and Description of a Second Skeleton Showing Skin Impressions. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. 37: 281-307.

Colton, Harold and Lyndon L. Hargrave
1937        Handbook of Northern Arizona Pottery Wares. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 11. Flagstaff: Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art.

de Laguna, Frederica
1934        The Archaeology of Cook Inlet, Alaska. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press for the University Museum.

1936        Preliminary Report of an Archaeological and Geological Reconnaissance of the Middle and Lower Yukon Valley. Miscellanea 1 (2): 31-40.

1956        Chagach Prehistory: The Archaeology of Prince William Sound, Alaska. University of Washington Publications in Anthropology 13. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Douglass, Andrew Ellicott
1935        Dating Pueblo Bonito and Other Ruins of the Southwest. National Geographic Society Technical Papers, Pueblo Bonito Series 1.

1934        Climatic Interpretation of Tree Ring Growth. . Carnegie Institution of Washington Yearbook No. 33: 196-198.

1929        The Secret of the Southwest Solved by Talkative Tree Rings. National Geographic Magazine 54 (6): 737-770.

Fewkes, Jesse Walter
1923        The Hovenweep National Monument. American Anthropologist n.s. 25: 145-155.

1923        Clay Figurines Made by Navajo Children. American Anthropologist n.s. 25: 559-563.

1920        Archaeological Work at the Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. Art and Archaeology 9 (1): 94.

1918        Prehistoric Towers and Castles of the Southwest. Art and Archaeology 7 (9): 353-366.

1916        A Sun Temple in the Mesa Verde National Park. Art and Archaeology 3 (1): 341-346.

1912        Casa Grande, Arizona. Twentieth-Eighth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology. Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office.

1911        Antiquities of Mesa Verde National Park, Cliff Palace. Bureau of American Ethnology Report No. 51. Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office.

1909        Antiquities of Mesa Verde National Park, Spruce Tree House. Bureau of American Ethnology Report No. 41. Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office.

1906        Antiquities of Jemez Plateau. Bureau of American Ethnology Report No. 32. Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office.

Geist, Otto William
1932        Report of St. Lawrence Island Expedition 1931-1932. Unpublished Report on file U.S. Department of the Interior Central Classified File 1907-1936. Record Group 48. Permits 12-1. box 1980. NARA II.

Gladwin, Harold Sterling
1930        A Method for the Designation of Southwestern Pottery Types. Medallion Papers 7. Globe, AZ: Gila Pueblo.

Gladwin, Harold S. and Winifred Gladwin
1934        A Method for Designation of Cultures and their Variations. Medallion Papers 15. Globe, AZ: Gila Pueblo.

Guernsey, Samuel James
1931        Explorations in Northeastern, Arizona; Report on the Archaeological Fieldwork of 1920-23. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology.

Guernsey, Samuel James and Alfred V. Kidder
1921        Basket-Maker Caves of Northeastern Arizona. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology 8(2).

Hargrave, Lyndon L.
1935        Report on the Archaeological Reconnaissance in the Rainbow Plateau Area of Northrn Arizona and Southern Utah: Based Upon Fieldwork by the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition of 1933. Berkeley: University of Califrnia Press.

Harrington, M.R.
1931        A Primitive Pueblo City in Nevada. American Anthropologist n.s. 29: 262x.

Haury, Emil W.
1985        Minute Beads from Prehistoirc Pueblos. American Anthropologist n.s. 33: 80-87.

1932        The Age of Lead Glaze Decorates Pottery in the Southwest. American Anthropologist n.s. 34: 418-426.

Hawley, Florence M.
1930        Prehistoric Pottery and Cultural Relations in the Middle Gila. American Anthropologist n.s. 32: 522-590.

1930        Chemical Examination of Prehistoric Smudge Wares. American Anthropologist n.s. 32: 500-503.

Hewett, Edgar Lee
1922        The Chaco Canyon In 1921. Art and Archaeology 14 (3): 115-130.

1921        The Excavation of Chettro Kettle, Chaco Canyon 1920. Art and Archaeology 9 (1): 45-62.

1921        The Chaco Canyon and its Ancient Monuments. Art and Archaeology 11 (1-2): 3-38.

1920        America in the Evolution of Human Society. Art and Archaeology 9 (1): 3-6.

1920        Recent Southwestern Art. Art and Archaeology 9 (1): 31-58.

1916        The School of American Archaelogy. Art and Archaeology 5(?): 317-.

1915        Ancient America at the Panama-California Exposition. Art and Archaeology 2 (3): 65-79.

1913        Physiography of the Rio Grande Valley. Bureau of American Ethnology Report No. 54. Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office

1908        The Groundwork of American Archaeology. American Anthropologist 10: 591-595.

Hodge, F.W.
192        Recent Excavations at Hawikuh. El Palacio 12 (1): 2-11.

1918        Excavations at the Zuni Pueblo of Hawikuh in 1917. Art and Archaeology 7 (9): 380-381.

Hough, Walter
1927        A New Type of Stone Knife. American Anthropologist n.s. 29: 296.

1928        The Lead Glaze Decorated Pottery of the Pueblo region. American Anthropologist n.s. 30: 243-250.

Jeancon, Jean Allard
1925        Excavations in the Chame Valley, New Mexico. Bureau of American Ethnology Report No. 81. Washingotn D.C.: Government Printing Office.

Judd, Neil
1926        Archaeological Observations North of the Rio Colorado Valley. Bureau of American Ethnology Report No. 82. Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office.

1922        The Pueblo Bonito Expedition of the National Geographic Society. National Geographic Magazine (March): 322-31.

Keur, Dorothy L.
1941        Big Bead Mesa: An Archaeological Study of Navajo Acculturation 1745-1812. Society for American Archaeology, Memoir No. 1.

Kidder, Alfred Vincent
1932        The Artifacts of Pecos. Papers of the Southwestern Expedition 6. New Haven: Yale University Press.

1927        The Peabody Expedition to the Mimbres Valley, New Mexico, Season of 1927. Santa Fe: Laaboratory of Anthropology.

1926        A Sandal from Northeastern Arizona. American Anthropologist n.s. 28: 618-633.

1926        The Excavations at Pecos in 1925. El Palacio 20: 3-32.

1925        Anthropological Work of Museums and Other Institutions during 1924. American Anthropologist n.s. 27: 587-597.

1923        Andover Pecos Expedition. El Palacio 14: 59.

1920        Excavations at Pecos in 1920. El Palacio 10 (1-2) 3-4, 13-16.

1920        Ruiins of the Historic Period in the Uppoer San Juan valley, New Mexico American Anthropologist n.s. 22: 322-329.

1917?        Archaeological Explorations in Northeast Arizona. Bureau of American Ethnology Report No. 65. washingotn D.C.: Government Printing Office.

Kroeber, A.L.
1917        Zuni Kin and Clan. Anthroppological Papers of the American Museum of Natural history

Morris, Earl H.
1929        Report on Archaeological Activity in Canyon del Muerto, Arizona under Permit issued to the American Museum of Natural History June 27, 1929. Unpublished Report on file U.S. Department of the Interior Central Classified File 1907-1936. Record Group 48. Permits 12-1. Box 1980. NARA II.

1928        Notes on the Excavation in the Aztec Ruin. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History

1928        An Aboriginal Salt Mine at Camp Verde, Arizona. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History

1927        The Beginnings of Pottery Making in the San Juan Area; unfired prototypes and the wares of the earliest ceramic period. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History

1927        Report on Archaeological Investigations in Canyons del Muerto and de Chelly and the Navajo Reservation, New Mexico by Earl Morris, American Museum of Natural Hisstory under permit issued May 20, 1927. Unpublished Report on file U.S. department of the Interior Central Classified File 1907-1936. Record Group 48. Permits 12-1. Box 1980. NARA II.

1926        Report on Archaeological Investigation in Canyon del Chelly, Arizona Made under permit issued to American Museum of Natural Histroy, July 20, 1926. Unpublished Report on file U.S. Department of the Interior Central Classified File 1907-1936. Record Group 48. Permits 12-1. Box 1980. NARA II.

1926        Report on Archaeological Investigation in Canyon del Muerto, Arizona Carried out during 1925, by the American Museum of Natural History Under a permit issued May 15, 1925. Unpublished Report on file U.S. Department of the Interior Central Classified File 1907-1936. record Group 48. Permits 12-1. Box 1980. NARA II.

1925        Report on Archaeological Investigation in Canyon del Muerto, Arizona during 1924 by Earl Morris of American Museum of Natural History, Permit issued January 30, 1924. Unpublished Report on file U.S. Department of the Interior Central Classified File 1907-1936. Record Group 48. Permits 12-1. Box 1980. NARA II.

1924        Burials in the Aztec ruin: the Aztec ruin annex. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History 26 (3-4). New York: American Museum of Natural History.

1924        Report on Archaeological Investigations for Season of 1923 on the Navajo Indian Reservation, New Mexico and Arizona under permit issued to American Museum of Natural History March 3, 1923, and Amended July 19, 1923. Unpublished report on file U.S. Department of the Interior Central Classified File 1907-1936. Record Group 48. Permits 12-1. Box 1980. NARA II.

1923        Report on Archaeological Investigations for Season of 1922 on the Navajo Indian Reservation, New Mexico and Arizona under permit Of January 21, 1921 issued to American Museum of Natural History. Unpublished Report on file U.S. Department of the Interior Central Classified File 1907-1936. Record Group 48. Permits 12-1. Box 1980. NARA II.

1922        Report on Archaeological Investigations for Season of 1923 on the Navajo Indian Reservation, New Mexico and Arizona under permit issued to American Museum of Natural History March 3, 1923, and Amended July 19, 1923. Unpublished Report on file U.S. Department of the Interior Central Classified File 1907-1936. Record Group 48. Permits 12-1. Box 1980. NARA II.

1921        The House of the Great Kiva at Aztec Ruin. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History 26 (2). New York: American Museum of Natural History.

1921        Report on Archaeological Investigations on the Navajo Indian Reservation, New Mexico under permit of October 12, 1920 issued to American Museum of Natural History. Unpublished Report on file U.S. Department of the Interior Central Classified File 1907-1936. Record Group 48. Permits 12-1. Box 1980. NARA II.

1919        The Aztec Ruin. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History 26 (1). New York: American Museum of Natural History.

Morss, Noel
1931        Notes on the Archaeology of the Kaibito and Rainbow Plateaus in Arizona Report on the Explorations, 1927. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology

1931        The Ancient Culture of the Fremont River in Utah; Report on the Explorations under the Claflin-Emerson Fund. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology

Nelson, Nels Christian
1926        Notes on Pueblo Bonito. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History 27: 381-390.

1914        Pueblo Ruins in the Galisteo Basin, New Mexico. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History

Spier, Leslie
1919        Ruiins in the White Mountains, Arizona. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History

1918        Notes on some Little Colorado Ruiins. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History

1917        An Outline for a Chronology of Zuni Ruins. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History

Roberts, Frank Harold Hanna
1935        A Survey of Southwestern Archaeology. American Anthropologist n.s. 37: 1-35.

1930        Early Pueblo Ruins in the Piedra District, SW Colorado. Bureau of American Ethnology Report No. 96. Washington D.C.: Government Printing Office.

1914        Culture of the Ancient Pueblos of the Upper Gila Region, New Mexico And Arizona. Bulletin of the United States National Museum

Wetherill, Lulu Wade and Byron Cummings
1922        A Navajo Folk Tale of Pueblo Bonito. Art and Archaeology 14 (3): 132-136.

 


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