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Oral traditions and mounds, owls and movement at Poverty Point: an archaeological ethnography of multispecies embodiments and everyday life2019 Journal of social archaeology 19 (3): 356-78
  • Lee Bloch
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1469-6053
Sandy Fife Wilson: Muskoke painter, textile artist, and shell carver2018 First American art magazine 19: 66-71
  • Sandy Fife Wilson
  • Stacy Pratt interv
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Puzzles of Creek social organization in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries2018 Ethnohistory 65 (3): 373-89
  • Vernon James Knight
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
"Horned cattle and pack horses": zooarchaeological legacy collections from the unauthorized (and unscreened) Spanish fort2018 Southeastern archaeology 37 (3): 190-203
  • Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman
  • Chance Copperstone
  • H. Thomas Foster II
  • Tracie Mayfield
H6/KE [SOUTHEASTERN-]0734-578X
Tales of esnesv: indigenous oral traditions about trader-diplomats in ancient southeastern North America2018 American anthropologist 120 (4): 781-94
  • Lee Bloch
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294Spanish summary
The identification and significance of Apalachicola for the origins of the Creek Indians in the southeastern United States2017 Southeastern archaeology 36 (1): 1-13
  • H. Thomas Foster II
H6/KE [SOUTHEASTERN-]0734-578X
Tony Tiger: Muscogee-Seminole-Sac&Fox mixed media artist2017 First American art magazine 16: 60-5
  • Mary Jo Watson
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
From West Point to Wahoo Swamp: the career of cadet David Moniac class of 18222016 American Indian NMAI 17 (1): 42-7
  • Heriberto Dixon
  • Laurence M. Hauptman
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]1528-0640
The "owner of the town ground, who overrules all when on the spot" Escotchaby of Coweta and the politics of personal networking in Creek country, 1740-17802016 Native South 9: 54-88
  • Bryan C. Rindfleisch
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596
Common justice: vengeance and retribution in Creek country2015 Ethnohistory 62 (2): 241-61
  • Evan Nooe
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
Sustenance and health among the five tribes in Indian Territory, postremoval to statehood2015 Ethnohistory 62 (2): 263-84
  • Devon A. Mihesuah
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
Tooanahowi: the maturation of the next Yamacraw leader2015 Native South 8: 89-111
  • Julie Anne Sweet
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596
Muskogee-Creek painter: Bobby C. Martin2015 First American art magazine 8: 74-9
  • Roy Boney jr.
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
A Koasati supernatural being2015 Anthropological linguistics 57 (4): 444-7
  • Geoffrey Kimball
H6/KK [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0003-5483
Bridging realms: towards ethnographically informed methods to identify religious and artistic practices in different settings2014 Time and mind: the journal of archaeology, consciousness and culture 7 (2): 109-39
  • J. David Lewis-Williams
  • Johannes H.N. Loubser
H6/KH [TIME-]1751-696X
Unconquered history: the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum collection2014 American Indian art magazine 39 (4): 50-7
  • Tara J. Backhouse
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0192-9968
The lost letter of Mary Ann Battis: a troubling case of gender and race in Creek country2014 Native American and indigenous studies 1 (1): 88-98
  • Tiya Miles
"Our lands are our life and breath": Coweta, Cusseta, and the struggle for Creek territory and sovereignty during the American revolution2013 Ethnohistory 60 (4): 580-603
  • Bryan Rindfleisch
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
Creek indian globetrotter: Tomochichi's trans-Atlantic quest for traditional power in the colonial Southeast2013 Ethnohistory 60 (4): 605-35
  • Steven J. Peach
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
Analysis of early-nineteenth-century Muscogee Creek fur trade at a United States factory store2013 Southeastern archaeology 32 (2): 271-83
  • H. Thomas Foster II
  • Mathew Boehm
H6/KE [SOUTHEASTERN-]0734-578X
Pronominal clitics and indexability hierarchies in Hanis and Miluk Coosan2013 Anthropological linguistics 55 (2): 105-57
  • Paul D. Kroeber
H6/KK [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0003-5483
Joking relations. Translated and introduced by Jane I. Guyer2013 Hau 3 (2): 317-34
  • Marcel Mauss
2049-1115in special issue 'Value as theory - part 2 of 2'; French summary
"Last evening I saw the sun set for the last time". The 1832 Treaty of Washington and the transfer of the Creek's Alabama land to white ownership2012 Native South 5: 61-94
  • Christopher D. Haveman
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596
Images and imagination: toward a conversation about eighteenth-century Euchee history2012 Native South 5: 149-65
  • Joshua Piker
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596
One hundred sixty-one knots, two plates, and one emperor: Creek information networks in the era of the Yamasee war2012 Ethnohistory 59 (3): 489-513
  • Alejandra Dubcovsky
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
Lest we remember: Civil War memories and commemmoration among the five tribes2012 American Indian quarterly 36 (4): 525-44
  • Jeff Fortney
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182Xin special issue 'Native American cultural tourism: spectatorship and participation'
Picturing traditional culture: heritage as subject and motivation in the work of three Muskogee (Creek) painters2011 American Indian art magazine 37 (1): 64-73
  • Jason Baird Jackson
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0192-9968
Risk management among Native American horticulturists of the Southeastern Unites States (1715-1825)2010 Journal of anthropological research 66 (1): 69-96
  • H.THomas Foster II
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710
How to tell a Creek story in five past tenses2010 International journal of American linguistics 76 (1): 43-70
  • Jack B. Marti
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Senauki: a forgotten character in early Georgia history2010 Native South 3: 65-88
  • Julie Anne Sweet
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596
Of ethnohistory, archaeology, and playing with fire: a comment on Foster and Cohen 20072010 American antiquity 75 (4): 966-72
  • Joshua Piker
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316comment on 'Palynological evidence on the effects of the deerskin trade on forest fires during the eighteenth century in Southeastern North America' by HT Foster II and AD Cohen in Amer Antiq 2007 (72):35-71, with reply by authors, 973-7; Spanish summary
Sampling of data derived from historical documents in anthropological research2010 American antiquity 75 (4): 973-7
  • Arthur Cohen
  • Thomas H. Foster II
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316reply to J Piker in this issue,966-72; Spanish summary
Beaded cloth shoulder bags: bandoliers of the Southeast2010 Whispering wind 39 (4): 4-11
  • Michael G. Johnson
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
Studying the past for the future: managing modern biodiversity from historic and prehistoric data2010 Human organization 69 (2): 149-57
  • Arthur Cohen
  • Lisa Olsen
  • Thomas Foster
  • Virginia Dale
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
"An equal interest in the soil": Creek small-scale farming and the work of nationahood, 1866-18892009 American Indian quarterly 33 (1): 98-130
  • David A. Chang
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Memories of the Alabama Creek war, 1813-1814: U.S. governmental and Native identities at the Horseshoe Bend National Military Park2009 American Indian quarterly 33 (2): 200-29
  • Jason Edward Black
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
John Musgrove: the first British-Creek mediator of Georgia2009 Native South 2: 23-50
  • Julie Anne Sweet
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596
Cultural continuity and variable adaptation of the historic period Muscogee of the southeastern United States2009 North American archaeologist 30 (3): 259-90
  • H. Thomas Foster II
*H6/KE [NORTH-]0197-6931
Cadet David Moniac: a Creek Indian schooling at West Point, 1817-18222008 Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 152 (3): 232-48
  • Heriberto Dixon
  • Laurence M. Hauptman
H6 [AMERICAN-]0003-49X
Native nationality and the contemporary queer: tradition, sexuality, and history in Drowning in fire2008 American Indian quarterly 32 (4): 443-70
  • Mark Rifkin
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Will the real Tomochichi please come forward?2008 American Indian quarterly 32 (2): 141-77
  • Julie Anne Sweet
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Deerskins and domesticates: Creek subsistence and economic strategies in the historic period2007 American antiquity 72 (1): 5-33
  • Barnet Pavao-Zuckermann
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Osceola's garter: an analysis of a nineteenth century Native American textile2007 Florida anthropologist 60 (2-3): 139-52
  • Amanda Thompson
  • Mary Spanos
  • Virginia Wimberley
H6/KUB [FLORIDA-]0015-3893
Lineages and genealogies: four recent books about Creek Indians2006 Ethnohistory 53 (4): 753-64
  • Patricia Galloway
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
Unhappy trails2005 Natural history 114 (6): 38-44
  • Christopher M. Stojanowski
H6 [NATURAL-]0028-0712
Dental health decline in the Chesapeake Bay, Virginia: the role of European contact and multiple stressors2005 Dental anthropology 18 (1): 12-21
  • Sally M. Graver
H1/HCCT [DENTAL-]1096-9411
Evidence of historic Creek Indian migration from regional and direct historic analysis of ceramic types2004 Southeastern archaeology 23 (1): 65-84
  • H. Thomas Foster II
0734-578X
The amazing William Augustus Bowles2004 Whispering wind 34 (4): 8-10
  • Michael G. Johnson
*H6/KUB [WHIPSERING-]0300-6565
Avoiding the smallpox spirits: colonial epidemics and Southeastern Indian survival2004 Ethnohistory 51 (1): 45-71
  • Paul Kelton
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY]0014-1801
Canonizing Craig Womack: finding Native literature's place in Indian country2004 American Indian quarterly 28 (1/2): 30-51
  • Michelle Henry
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182Xin special issue 'Empowerment through literature'
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