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The Falling Cat site (34SQ81), Lee creek watershed, Sequoyah county, Oklahoma1990 Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society 39: 1-55
  • L E Albert
Responses to risk and uncertainty among southern Plains villagers: the Washita river phase1990 Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society 39: 189-202
  • R L Brooks
Native American baskets of the south: a living tradition1990 Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society 39: 171-88
  • M Gettys
Archaeology and geomorphology of the Cherokee Turnpike project, Mayes county, Oklahoma1990 Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society 39: 57-101
  • John Dixon
  • Marvin Kay
Archaeology of the Dempsey divide, a late Archaic-Woodland hotspot on the southern Plains1990 Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society 39: 103-57
  • J P Thurmond
An additional Paleoindian component on the Dempsey divide: 34RM602B, Thurmond ranch #94B, Roger Mills county, Oklahoma1990 Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society 39: 159-69
  • J P Thurmond
The applications of remote sensing to archeology1989 Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society 38: 79-97
  • Richard R Drass
The surface evidence from 34KA-153 at Kaw lake, a late Archaic site?1989 Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society 38: 9-18
  • Preston George
Radiocarbon dates from two buried hearths in Comanche county, Oklahoma1989 Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society 38: 1-8
  • Larry Neal
First impressions and ultimate reality: excavation of the Day site in Wagoner county, Oklahoma1989 Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society 38: -48
  • Frieda Vereecken-Odell
  • George H Odell
The Four Pines site (34PU-1O8), Pushmataha county, Oklahoma1989 Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society 38: 49-78
  • Rain Vehik
Evaluating a potentially important prehistoric site in Pittsburg county1989 Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society 38: 99-147
  • Charles S Wallis jr