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Beads and pendants from Indian Fort Road: Native cultural continuity and innovation in the sixteenth-century Haudenosaunee homeland2018 Northeast anthropology (85-86): 1-20
  • Samantha M. Sanft
H6/KUB [MAN IN THE NORTHEAST-]1068-9982French summary
Faunal exploitation in the eastern Cayuga sequence, central New York state, c. 1275-15252015 The bulletin: journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 129: 57-72
  • Kyle Somerville
*H6/KE [BULLETIN-]1046-2368
Defining the word in Cayuga (Iroquoian)2009 International journal of American linguistics 74 (4): 571-605
  • Carrie Dyck
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Field school archaeology, activism, and politics in the Cayuga homeland of central New York2008 Amerind studies in archaeology 2: 103-20
  • Jack Rossen
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Collaborating at the trowel's edge: teaching and learning in indigenous archaeology'; with bibliography in appendix 251-91
Cayuga Iroquois adoptions: an ecological perspective2007 Northeast anthropology (72): 1-11
  • John Antici
H6/KUB [MAN IN THE NORTHEAST-]1068-9982French summary
Notes autobiographiques d'un Iroquois Cayuga2000 Anthropologica (New Series) 42 (2): 233-41
  • Marcel Rioux
0003-5459in special issue 'Reflections on anthropology in Canada'; orig publ in Anthropologica 1955 (1) 18-36
The Cayuga chief Jacob E. Thomas: walking a narrow path between two worlds1998 Canadian journal of native studies 18 (2): 313-33
  • Takeshi Kimura
French summary
Cayuga archaeology: where do we go from here?1991 The Bulletin: Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 102: 27-33
  • M A P Niemczycki