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Composing complexity in the Eastern Woodlands2021 Current anthropology 62 (1): 30-52
  • Alice P. Wright
  • Cameron Gokee
H6 [CURRENT-]1537-5382with comments and reply
Colluvial deposition of anthropogenic soils at the Ripley site, Ripley, New York2021 North American archaeologist 42 (1): 45-65
  • Curtis McCoy
*H6/KE [NORTH-]0197-6931
New dates and carbon isotope assays of purported Middle Woodland maize from the Icehouse Bottom and Edwin Harness sites2021 American antiquity 86 (3): 613-24
  • Brian G. Redmond
  • Candace D. Hollenbach
  • Mary L. Simon
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Over the hills and far away: Middle to Late Woodland archaeology and toolstone conveyance at Hyre Mound (46RD1), West Virginia2021 North American archaeologist 42 (2): 140-76
  • Amy J. Hirschman
  • Richard L. Rosencrance
*H6/KE [NORTH-]0197-6931
The King's Jasper Quarry: Leigh County, Pennsylvania2021 North American archaeologist 42 (4): 371-401
  • Kurt W. Carr
  • R. Michael Stewart
  • William Achindler III
*H6/KE [NORTH-]0197-6931
Ritual, labor mobilization, and monumental construction in small-scale societies: the case of Adena and Hopewell in the Middle Ohio River Valley2021 Current anthropology 62 (2): 164-97
  • G. Logan Miller
H6 [CURRENT-]1537-5382with comments and reply
Economic and social interactions in the piedmont village tradition-Mississippian boundarylands of southeastern North America, AD 1200-16002020 American antiquity 85: 72-92
  • Caroline R. Watson
  • Eric E. Jones
  • Grayson N. O'Saile
  • Maya B. Krause
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Ritual economy and organization of Scioto Hopewell craft production: insights from the outskirts of the Mound City group2020 American antiquity 85 (2): 279-304
  • Bret J. Ruby
  • Timothy D. Everhart
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Other-than-human persons, Mishipishu, and danger in the late Woodland inland waterway landscape of northern Michigan2020 American antiquity 85 (2): 347-66
  • Meghan C.L. Howey
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Communal versus competitive feasting: a comment on Kassabaum2020 American antiquity 85 (4): 795-8
  • Brian Hayden
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary; with reply by author, 799-801
The nature of feasting at Feltus (and beyond): a response to Hayden2020 American antiquity 85 (4): 799-801
  • Megan C. Kassabaum
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary; see this issue, 795-8
The millennia-long use history of triangular bifaces2020 North American archaeologist 41 (4): 168-207
  • R. Michael Stewart
*H6/KE [NORTH-]0197-6931
The case of the Caldwell Mound: a Woodland period mound in the central Scioto river valley2020 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 45 (2): 130-59
  • Timothy D. Everhart
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109
Toward a situational approach to understanding Middle Woodland societies in the North American midcontinent2020 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 45 (3): 187-202
  • Edward R. Henry
  • Logan Miller
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109introduction to special issue 'Toward a situational approach to understanding Middle Woodland societies in the North American midcontinent'
Documenting ceremonial situations and institutional change at Middle Woodland geometric enclosures in central Kentucky2020 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 45 (3): 203-25
  • Andrew M. Mickelson
  • Edward R. Henry
  • Michael E. Mickelson
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109in special issue 'Toward a situational approach to understanding Middle Woodland societies in the North American midcontinent'
Bladelets and middle Woodland situations in southern Ohio2020 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 45 (3): 226-42
  • G. Logan Miller
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109in special issue 'Toward a situational approach to understanding Middle Woodland societies in the North American midcontinent'
An event-centered perspective on Mound 2 at the Hopewell earthworks2020 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 45 (3): 243-68
  • Bretton T. Giles
  • Brian M. Rowe
  • Ryan M. Parish
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109in special issue 'Toward a situational approach to understanding Middle Woodland societies in the North American midcontinent'
Scioto situations and the Steel Group monument assemblage2020 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 45 (3): 269-89
  • Timothy D. Everhart
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109in special issue 'Toward a situational approach to understanding Middle Woodland societies in the North American midcontinent'
A partial charred wooden bowl from Aztlan (47JE1), Wisconsin2020 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 45 (3): 306-26
  • Christopher C. Widga
  • Marlin F. Hawley
  • Sisser Schroeder
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109
Some comments on situations in the midcontinental Middle Woodland2020 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 45 (3): 290-305
  • Sarah E. Baires
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109afterword to special issue 'Toward a situational approach to understanding Middle Woodland societies in the North American midcontinent'
Modeling Kansas City Hopewell developments and regional social interactions: a multisite ceramic analysis and new AMS radiocarbon ages2019 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 44 (1): 2-41
  • Mary J. Adair
  • Steven P. Keehner
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109
An early Woodland domesticated chenopod (Chenopodium berlandieri subsp. Jonesianum) cache from the Tutela Height site, Ontario, Canada2019 American antiquity 84 (1): 143-57
  • Gary W. Crawford
  • Jessica L. Lytle
  • Robert Wojtowicz
  • Ronald F. Williamson
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316French summary
Unified theory of cosmogram decorations on potteries of the upper Midwest: part 1. Early Woodland period2019 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 44 (2): 113-48
  • Davis W. Benn
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109
Mortuary practices, cultural context, Bayesian chronology, and maize consumption among terminal late Woodland societies in northeastern Illinois2019 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 44 (2): 149-80
  • Kjersti E. Emerson
  • Kristin M. Hedman
  • Matthew A. Fort
  • Thomas E. Emerson
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109
The Myrick Park mounds (47Lc10), an effigy mound site in western Wisconsin2019 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 44 (2): 207-29
  • William Green
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109
Biological affinities of middle Woodland population of southern Florida as assessed through dental non-metric traits2019 Florida anthropologist 71 (1): 25-38
  • Alison A. Elgart
H6/KUB [FLORIDA-]0015-3893
A possible proto-underwater panther: late Archaic/Woodland carved bone in the northern Everglades2019 Florida anthropologist 72 (2): 54-66
  • Christian Davenport
H6/KUB [FLORIDA-]0015-3893
A quantitative dwelling-scale approach to the social implications of maize horticulture in New England2019 American antiquity 84 (2): 274-91
  • Amy N. Fox
  • M. Gabriel Hrynick
  • William A. Farley
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316French summary
Biocultural consequences of the Late Woodland transition at Forbush Creek, North Carolina (AD 800-1200)2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 54: 121-32
  • Dale L. Hutchinson
  • Steph M. Berger
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
The persistence of place: hunter-gatherer mortuary practices and land-use in the Trent Valley, Ontario2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 54: 133-48
  • Samantha Walker
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Something fishy in the Great Lakes? A reappraisal of early pottery use in north-eastern North America2019 Antiquity 93 (371): 1339-49
  • Alexandre Lucquin
  • Karine Taché
  • Manon Bondetti
  • Marjolein Admiraal
  • Oliver E. Craig
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
A method for conceptualizing and classifying feasting: interpreting communal consumption in the archaeological record2019 American antiquity 84 (4): 610-31
  • Megan C. Kassabaum
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Radiocarbon dating the Iroquoian occupation of northern New York2019 American antiquity 84 (4): 748-61
  • Jessica L. Vavrasek
  • John P. Hart
  • Tmothy J. Abel
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316French summary
Mounds, towns, and their surrounds: an archaeological, historical, and geophysical approach to burial mounds, residential space, and cultural landscapes of the late Woodland Springwells Site (a.d. 800–1400) at historic Fort Wayne, Detroit2019 Journal of field archaeology 44 (6): 383-400
  • James Conway
  • Thomas M. Urban
  • Thomas W. Killion
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
The importance of pond-side sites during the late Woodland period of Cape Cod: the view from Run Hill2019 Archaeology of eastern North America 47: 87-109
  • Alan E. Strauss
*H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGY-]0360-1021
West Creek 28OC45: the prehistoric components2019 Archaeology of eastern North America 47: 111-33
  • Andrew Stanzeski
*H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGY-]0360-1021
Refining Woodland period chronology and interactions in northeastern Missouri: contributions from the Avenue of the Saints project2018 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 43 (1): 1-22
  • Andrew P. Bradbury
  • Richard L. Herndon
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109
On the age of Serpent Mound: a reply to Roman and colleagues2018 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 43 (1): 62-75
  • Bradley T. Lepper
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109with rejoinder by authors, 76-88
A new history of community formation and change at Kolomoki (9ER1)2018 American antiquity 83 (2): 320-44
  • Martin Menz
  • Neill J. Wallis
  • Shaun E. West
  • Thomas J. Pluckhahn
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Earliest microbotanical evidence for maize in the northern Lake Michigan basin2018 American antiquity 83 (2): 345-55
  • Caitlin A. Clark
  • Rebecca K. Albert
  • Susan M. Kooiman
  • William A. Lovis
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Terra incognita: terrestrial LiDAr documentatin of Mound A at Kolomoki (9ER1)2018 Southeastern archaeology 37 (2): 95-111
  • M. Jared Wood
  • Thomas J. Pluckhahn
H6/KE [SOUTHEASTERN-]0734-578Xin special issue 'Celebrating the legacy of Mark Williams from the Oconee Valley to far beyond'
The spatial dimension of the Woodland period2018 Southeastern archaeology 37 (2): 112-28
  • Karen Y. Smith
  • Keith Stephenson
H6/KE [SOUTHEASTERN-]0734-578Xin special issue 'Celebrating the legacy of Mark Williams from the Oconee Valley to far beyond'
Swift Creek at a human scale2018 Southeastern archaeology 37 (2): 129-37
  • Neill J. Wallis
  • Thomas J. Pluckhahn
H6/KE [SOUTHEASTERN-]0734-578Xin special issue 'Celebrating the legacy of Mark Williams from the Oconee Valley to far beyond'
Reverse engineering stone atlatl dart points2018 Lithic technology 43 (3): 151-65
  • Janet Rafferty
*H6/KE [LITHIC-]0197-7261
Broken points and social cohesion in Iroquoian villages: a point refit study2018 Journal of anthropological archaeology 51: 104-12
  • Roderick B. Salisbury
  • William Engelbrecht
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Cohabitants, captives, or trade: the early late Woodland non-weaver ceramic assemblage at the Marseton #2 Weaver village in Mercer County, Illinois2018 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 43 (3): 257-80
  • Richard L. Fishel
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109
Counter-monuments and the perdurance of place2018 Cambridge archaeological journal 28 (3): 379-93
  • Christopher M. Watts
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Maritime Woodland period dwelling surface construction on the coast of the Maritime Peninsula: implications for site reuse and intra-site space2018 Archaeology of eastern North America 46: 1-16
  • M.Gabriel Hyrnick
*H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGY-]0360-1021
Revisiting the Laurentian concept: evaluarig the contribution of isolation by distance and biogeography and on the morphological and geospatial variation in Laurentian Archaic biface in Laurentian archaic2018 Archaeology of eastern North America 46: 69-92
  • James Conolly
*H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGY-]0360-1021
Insignts into the Woodland period in coastal New England as seen from a large Block Island shell midden2018 Archaeology of eastern North America 46: 167-90
  • Alan E. Strauss
*H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGY-]0360-1021