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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
The talent and tradition of Catawba potters2015 First American art magazine 7: 22-8
  • Michole Eldred
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Multisited research on colonowares and the paradox of globalization2012 American anthropologist 114 (3): 446-61
  • Charles R. Cobb
  • Chester B. DePratter
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294French and Spanish summaries
A lifetime devotion: the T.J. Blumer collection on the Catawba nation, 1756-presnt2010 Native South 3: 118-24
  • N.N. Augusté
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596
Temporal trends in Native ceramic traditions of the lower Catawba River valley2010 Southeastern archaeology 29 (1): 31-43
  • Brett H. Riggs
H6/KE [SOUTHEASTERN-]0734-578Xin special thematic section 'Papers in honor of Bennie C. Keel'
By her hands: Catawba women and survival, Civil War through reconstruction2009 Native South 2: 148-62
  • N.N. Augusté
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596
Cofitachequi: a distinctive culture, its identity, and its location2005 Ethnohistory 52 (2): 333-69
  • Gene Waddell
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
The indigenous languages of the Southeast2005 Anthropological linguistics 47 (3): 260
  • Ives Goddard
H6/KK [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0003-5483in Anthrop Ling 2005 (47):1, p.27: erratum
Place names of Cofitachequi2004 Anthropological linguistics 46 (4): 359-426
  • Blair A. Rudes
H6/KK [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0003-5483
The Catwaba Indian land claim: a giant among Indian land claims2000 American Indian culture and research journal 24 (1): 173-82
  • John C. Christie jr
0161-6463in special section 'The continuing saga of Indian land claims]
All that is past is buried in oblivion: the history of the Iroquois-Catawba wars1998 European review of Native American studies 12 (2): 41-50
  • Ute Ferrier