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Mazinibaganjigan: pictures bitten on bark2020 First American art magazine 25: 18-23
  • Adriana Greci Green
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
An instruction manual would be perfect! An analysis of hte images of four birchbark scrolls from central North America2019 Anthropos (St Augustin) 114 (1): 37-55
  • Alicia J. M. Colson
H6 [ANTHROPOS-]0257-9774English summary
Cultural forests in cross section: clear-cuts reveal 1,100 years of bark harvesting on Vancouver Island, British Columbia2019 American antiquity 84 (3): 516-30
  • Jacob K. Earnshaw
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Alaska Native basketry: diversity in the far north2019 First American art magazine 24 (Fall): 32-7
  • Bryn Barabas Potter
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Pieces of reality: archaeology and ethnography of bark canoes from Cape Horn region2019 Anales. Museo de América (Madrid) (27): 6-34
  • Albert García Piquer
  • Alfredo Prieto Iglesias
  • Nelson Aguilera Águila
  • Raquel Piqué Huerta
H6/KUL [MUSEO DE AMERICA. Anales]1133-8741English summary
Natural wonders2018 Hali (197): 76-9
  • Sharon Takeda
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
The costume unwrapped2018 British Museum magazine (92): 48-9
  • Nicole Rode
  • Sophie Rowe
*H6 [BRITISH MUSEUM SOCIETY. Bulletin]0965-8297
Changes and local adjustment in the Faidherbia albida use as fodder and fuel wood among the Sereer, Senegal2017 African study monographs 38 (1): 27-49
  • Masaaki Hirai
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0285-1601in special issue 'Plant uses, livelihoods, and sustainability in Africa'
Local knowledge of the Dusun Tindal in Kobog (bark cloth) production2017 Borneo research bulletin 48: 201-9
  • Junior Kimwah
  • Normadiah Nassir
  • Salbiah Kindoyop
H6/KX [BORNEO-]0006-7806
Geographies of textile authenticity: marking Tongan temporal and social relationships in diasporic cultural production2017 Pacific studies 40 (1-2): 18-30
  • Ping-Ann Addo
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in special issue 'Tā-Vā (time-space) theory of reality'
Reconstructing food ways: role of Skolt Sami cultural revitalization programs in local plant use2016 Journal of ethnobiology 36 (1): 85-104
  • Natalia Magnani
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special section 'Botanical ontologies'; Saami summary
Multispectral imaging of an early classic Maya codex fragment from Uaxactun, Guatemala2016 Antiquity 90 (351): 711-25
  • Jeffrey Dobreiner
  • Nicholas P. Carter
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Ngatu'uli: exhibiting the fine art of contemporary Tongan black barkcloth in New Zealand2016 Journal of museum ethnography (29): 131-51
  • Billie Lythberg
  • Phyllis Herda
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0954-7169
More than wood2016 Hali (189): 90-3
  • George Hegarty
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
Characterization of an archaeological decorated bark cloth from Agagauitai Island, Gambier archipelago, French Polynesia2016 Journal of archaeological science 76: 56-69
  • Andrea Seelenfreund
  • Barbara Peña-Ahumada
  • Claudia Payacán
  • Fiona Petchey
  • Marcela Sepúlveda
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Masi: house and cloth of the vanua2016 Journal of material culture 21 (2): 187-204
  • Jara Hulkenberg
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]1359-1835
Three memories of the Second World War: a case study of common beeches from Chycina, Poland2015 Antiquity 89 (345): 683-96
  • Dawid Kobiałka
  • Kornelia Kajda
  • Maksymilian Frąckowiak
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Prunus virginiana: harvesting, preparation, and use of chockecherry bark2015 Whispering wind 43 (5): 15-17
  • Scott M. Thompson
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
An Athabaskan Tathouke birchbark basket: Alaskan Native Judy Swanson, Deg Hit'an Nation, 19952015 Whispering wind 43 (6): 10-14
  • Raphaël Ponce
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
Hawaiian revival: rediscovering the art of making kapa2015 Asian textiles (61): 11-16
  • Nick Fielding
Behind the scenes with British Museum conservators at 'Shifting Pattterns: Pacific bark-cloth clothing'2015 Asian textiles (62): 4-8
  • Monique Pullan
A Pitcairn tiputa in the Five Continents Museum2014-2015 Journal fünf Kontinente 1: 222-31
  • Pauline Reynolds
An Aboriginal shield collected in 1770 at Kamay Botany Bay: an indicator of pre-colonial exchange systems in south-eastern Australia2014 Antiquity 88 (341): 883-95
  • Caroline R. Cartwright
  • Valerie J. Attenbrow
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Textiles of the trees2014 British Museum magazine (80): 34-6
  • Natasha McKinney
*H6 [BRITISH MUSEUM SOCIETY. Bulletin]0965-8297
Jamaican lace-bark: its history and uncertain future2013 Textile history 44 (2): 17-96
  • Emily Brennan
  • Lou-Ann Harris
  • Mark Nesbitt
H6/KGGT [TEXTILES-]0040-4969
Lodgepole pine cambium (Pinus contorta Dougl. ex Loud. var. latifolia Engelm. ex. S. Wats.): a springtime first peoples' food in British Columbia2013 Ecology of food and nutrition 52 (2): 130-47
  • Megan Dilbone
  • Nancy J. Turner
  • Patrick Von Aderkas
H6 [ECOLOGY-]0367-0244
"Many gifted workers": Odawa quill artists participating in the works progress administration2012 American Indian art magazine 37 (3): 48-59
  • Adriana Greci Green
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0192-9968in special issue 'Great Lakes'
Revisting later ston age collections from Big Elephant shelter, Namibia2012 South African archaeological bulletin 67 (195): 101-7
  • Lyn Wadley
H6/KE [SOUTH-]0038-1969
Ethnographic collection of Alberto Vojtěch Frič in the Náprstek Museum2012 Annals of the Náprstek Museum 33: 5-50
  • Monika Bad'urová
H6/KVL [PRAGUE-]0231-844X
Sustainable harvest methods for medicinal bark from trees (a research and development case study from Benin)2012 Bulletin des séances. Académie Royale des Sciences d’Outre-Mer (New Series) 58 (2-4): 377-98
  • Claire Delvaux
  • Patrick van Damme
H6/KY [INSTITUT-]0001-4176Dutch and French summaries
Between barks and leather: secondary burials of Lapa do Caboclo (Diamantina, Minas Gerais)2012 Habitus: revista do Instituto Goiano de Pre-Historia e Antropologia 10 (1): 115-34
  • Ana Solari
  • Andrei Isnardis
  • Vanessa Linke
in thematic issue 'Cemeteries and death'; English summary
Made for trade: souvenirs from the eastern Subarctic2011 American Indian art magazine 36 (2): 56-67
  • Cath Oberholtzer
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0192-9968
Preserved epiphytes as an archaeological resource in pre-industrial vernacular buildings2011 Journal of archaeological science 38 (6): 1191-8
  • Brian J. Coppins
  • Christopher J. Ellis
  • Rebecca Yahr
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
The iceman's last days - the testimony of Ostrya carpinifolia2011 Antiquity 85 (328): 434-40
  • W. Groenman-van Waateringe
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
The beginning of animal husbandry in Lithuania: trumpets and the shepherd2009 Liaudies kultūra 4: 26-32
  • Romualdas Apanavičius
H6/KVT [LIAUDIES-]0236-0551English summary
Fire and ritual: bark hearths in South-American Tupiguarani mortuary rites2009 Journal of archaeological science 36 (7): 1409-15
  • Angela Buarque
  • Gina Faraco Bianchini
  • Mariana Beauclair
  • Rita Scheel-Ybert
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
A rare textile from the Indonesian islands2009 Asian textiles (43): 19-22
  • Anne-Solène Rolland
Boxes 'for keeping things'2008 Arts & cultures : 121-35
  • Boris Wastiau
Lumia et umbra: magic in the forest. Mbuti pygmy bark cloths2007 Hali 153: 102-11
  • Cathryn M. Cootner
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
'Delicate sweet dishes too they make': birchbark art in the Abbe Museum's collections2006 American Indian art magazine 31 (3): 58-65
  • Rebecca Cole-Will
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0192-9968
Iconography, myths and symbolism inscribed in ritual artifacts: the Ticuna collection in a comparative perspective2006 Baessler-Archiv (Neue Folge) 54: 95-118
  • Priscila Faulhaber
H6 [BAESSLER-]0005-3856
From coronation robes to car seat covers: the changing uses of Ugandan barkcloth2006 Kenya past and present 36: 53-8
  • Catherine Gombe
  • Celia Nyamweru
H6/KY [KENYA-]0257-8301
Iskatewizaagegan (Sohal Lake) plant knowledge: an Anishinabe (Ojibway) ethnobotany of northwestern Ontario2005 Journal of ethnobiology 25 (2): 189-227
  • Brennan Wapioke
  • Edward Mandamin
  • Iain J. Davidson-Hunt
  • Phyllis Jack
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771French and Spanish summaries
Thirty years later: the Novgorod birch-bark charters from the excavations of 20032005 Kratkie soobshcheniia 219: 158-65, 233-4
  • V. L. IAnin
H6/KVY [AKADEMIYA NAUK SSSR. Institut Istorii Material'noy Kultury. Kratkiye soobshcheniya]0130-2620English summary
The root of the problem2004 Museums journal 104 (9): 10-11
  • Jane Morris
*H6 'MUSEUMS-'0027-416X
Textiles d'écorce. La contribution des arbres à la production textile préhistorique2004 Annales de la Fondation Fyssen 19: 20-9
  • Fabienne Médard
*H6 [ANNALES-]0980-157X
Wooden buildings of the 14th-16th centuries at Maironio street 13/6, Vilnius2003 Lietuvos archeologija 24: 267-70
  • Valdas Vainilaitis
Did Neanderthals eat inner bark?2003 Antiquity 77 (298): 709-18
  • Brian Hayden
  • Dennis M. Sandgathe
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
'On' the importance of birch tar and bark in the decoration of neolithic vessels: a linguistic contribution to the prehistory of aesthetics2002/3 Folia praehistorica posnaniensia 10/11: 7-20
  • Andrej P. Kowalski
H6/KE 'FOLIA-'0239-8524English summary
Aboriginal bark burial: 700 years of mortuary tradition on the central Queensland highlands2002 Australian Aboriginal studies (1): 43-50
  • Luke Godwin
  • Mike Morwood
  • Scott L'Oste-Brown
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