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The deep prehistory of Indian gaming: possible late archaic period game boards at Tlacuachero shellmound, Chiapas, Mexico2013 Latin American antiquity 24 (1): 98-115
  • Barbara Voorhies
*H6/KE [LATIN-]1045-6635Spanish summary
At the crossroads of Hualapai history, memory, and American colonization: contesting space and place2008 American Indian quarterly 32 (1): 16-42
  • Jeffrey P. Shepherd
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182Xin special section 'Resisting exile in the 'land of the free''
Nature's mirror: images and artifacts from the Edward Curtis collection2006 American Indian art magazine 31 (3): 80-5
  • Brenda McLain
  • Tobi Taylor
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0192-9968
The birth of an activist: Fred Mahone and the politicization of the Hualapai, 1918 to 19232003 American Indian culture and research journal 27 (1): 33-60
  • Christian McMillen
H6/KUB 'AMERICAN-'0161-6463
On [Ghost dancing the Grand Canyon]2001 Current anthropology 42 (2): 277-81
  • Lynda D. McNeil
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204comments on 'Ghost dancing the Grand Canyon' by RW Stoffle and others in Curr Anthrop 2000 (41:1), 11-38
Historical memory and ethnographic perspectives on the southern Paiute homeland2001 Journal of California and Great Basin anthropology 23 (2): 229-48
  • Maria Nieves Zedeño
  • Richard F. Stoffle
H6/KUB [JOURNAL-]0191-3557
Ghost dancing the Grand Canyon: southern Paiute rock art, ceremony, and cultural landscapes2000 Current anthropology 41 (1): 11-38
  • Angelita Bulletts
  • David B. Halmo
  • Diane E. Austin
  • Lawrence Loendorf
  • Richard W. Stoffle
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204with comments and reply
On classic Maya inscriptions2000 Current anthropology 41 (5): 837-8
  • Alice B. Kehoe
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204comments on ' Ghost dancing the Grand Canyon: Southern Paiute rock art, ceremony and cultural landscapes' by RW Stoffle, and others Curr Anthrop 2000 (41:1) 11-38
The question of regional bands and subtribes among the pre-conquest Pai (Hualapai and Havasupai) Indians of northwestern Arizona1998 American Indian quarterly 22 (1/2): 19-30
  • Timothy Braatz
Diet Pepsi, the choice of a new generation of Hualapai Indians1991 Central issues in anthropology 9: 15-28
  • N I Teufel