REFERENCES AND SUGGESTED READINGS



Herrick Hollow Prehistoric Archaeological District

Hohman, Christopher D. and Nina M. Versaggi
2005 Phase 3 Data Recovery, Herrick Hollow Prehistoric Archaeological District, Herrick Hollow I, Herrick Hollow II, Herrick Hollow III, Herrick Hollow IV, Herrick Hollow V, Herrick Hollow VI, Herrick Hollow VII, Richardson Hill Road Landfill Superfund Site, Town of Masonville, Delaware County, New York. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York.

Hohman, Christopher D. and Nina M. Versaggi
2003 Phase 2 Site Examinations, Herrick Hollow II, Herrick Hollow III, Herrick Hollow IV, Herrick Hollow V, Herrick Hollow VI, Herrick Hollow VII, Richardson Hill Road Landfill Superfund Site, Town of Masonville, Delaware County, New York. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York.

Hohman, Christopher D.
2002 Cultural Resource Management Report, Phase 2 Site Examination, Herrick Hollow I Site (SUBi-2221), Richardson Hill Road Superfund Site, Town of Masonville, Delaware County, New York. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York.

Public Archaeology Facility
2001 Cultural Resource Management Report, Stage 1B Archaeological Reconnaissance Addendum, Richardson Hill Road Landfill Remediation Project, Towns of Sidney and Masonville, Delaware County, New York. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York.

Hohman, Christopher D. and Tim Jones
1992 Cultural Resource Management Survey, Stage 1B Archaeological Reconnaissance, Richardson Hill Road Landfill Project, Towns of Masonville and Sidney, Delaware County, New York. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York.

Versaggi, Nina M.
1991 Cultural Resource Management Survey, Stage 1A Archaeological Reconnaissance, Richardson Hill Road Landfill Project, Towns of Masonville and Sidney, Delaware County, New York. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York.

Versaggi, Nina M., Christopher Hohman, and Timothy Knapp
2006 Upland Landscapes: Land Use Strategies On the Allegheny Plateau of New York. Paper presented at the 71st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Susquehanna and Delaware River Valley Prehistoric Archaeology

Funk, Robert E.
1998 Archaeological Investigations in the Upper Susquehanna Valley, Volume 2. Persimmon Press, Buffalo.
1993 Archaeological Investigations in the Upper Susquehanna Valley, New York State, Volume 1. Persimmon Press, Buffalo.

Hartgen Archaeological Associates, Inc.
1989 Ouleout Site, 8W-32-7, Marcy South 345 kV Transmission Line, Town of Franklin, Delaware
County, New York. Hartgen Archaeological Associates, Troy, New York.

Kinsey, W. Fred II
1972 Archaeology in the Upper Delaware Valley. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Anthropological Series No. 2. Harrisburg.

Miroff, Laurie
2002 Cultural Resource Management Report, 1999-2000 Highway Program, Data Recovery, Park
Creek I Site, Park Creek II Site and Raish Site, PIN 9066.41.122, Towns of Windsor and Kirkwood, Broome County, New York. Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton, New York.

Schrabisch, Max
1930 Archaeology of the Delaware River. Publications of the Pennsylvania Historic Commission, Harrisburg.

Versaggi, Nina M.
1996 Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherer Settlement Models: Interpreting the Upper Susquehanna Valley. In A Golden Chronograph for Robert E. Funk,, edited by Christopher Lindner and Edward V. Curtin, pp.129-140. Occasional Publication in Northeastern Anthropology, No. 15. Archaeological Services, Bethlehem, Connecticut.

New York State Prehistoric Archaeology

Abel, Timothy
2000 The Plus Site: An Iroquoian Remote Camp in Upland Tompkins County, New York. North
American Archaeologist 21 (3).

Curtin, Edward V.
1996 Late Archaic Period Technology and Land Use Patterns: Lessons Learned from the Mattice No. 2 Site. In A Golden Chronograph for Robert E. Funk, edited by Christopher Lindner and Edward V. Curtin, pp. 119-128. Occasional Publication in Northeastern Anthropology, No. 15. Archaeological Services, Bethlehem, Connecticut.

Hart, John P. and Hetty Jo Brumbach
2003 The Death of Owasco. American Antiquity 68(4):737-752.

Montag, Michele L.
1998 The Organization of Lithic Technology During the Owasco Period: An Analysis and Reassessment. M.A. Thesis, Department of Anthropology, Binghamton University, Binghamton, New York.

Ritchie, William A.
1944 The Pre-Iroquoian Occupations of New York State. Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences, Memoir 1. Rochester, New York.
1980 The Archaeology of New York State. Harbor Hill Books, Harrison, NY

Ritchie, William A., and Robert E. Funk
1973 Aboriginal Settlement Patterns in the Northeast. Memoir 20, New York State Museum and Science Service, Albany.

Snow, Dean
1980 Archaeology of New England. Academic Press, New York.

Versaggi, Nina M.
2000 An Overview of Prehistoric Settlement Patterns and Landforms in the Northern Appalachians. In Current Topics in Northeast Geoarchaeology: Glaciated Landscapes (John Hart and David Cremeens, eds.). New York State Museum and Science Service Bulletin, Albany.
1999 Regional Diversity within the Early Woodland of the Northeast. Northeast Anthropology 57: 45-56.

Versaggi, Nina M., LouAnn Wurst, T. Cregg Madrigal, and Andrea Lain
2001 Adding Complexity to Late Archaic Research in the Northeastern Appalachians. In Archaeology of the Appalachian Highlands, edited by Lynne P. Sullivan and Susan C. Prezzano, pp. 121-133. The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville.


Landscape Archaeology

Bradley, R.
1993 Altering the Earth: The Origins of Monuments in Great Britain and Continental Europe, Monograph Series, 8. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Edinburgh.

Crumley, Carole
1999 Sacred Landscapes: Constructed and Conceptualized. In Archaeologies of Landscape, Contemporary Perspectives, edited by Wendy Ashmore and A. Bernard Knapp. Blackwell Publishers, Oxford.

Knapp, A. Bernard and Wendy Ashmore
1999 Archaeological Landscapes: Constructed, Conceptualized, Ideational. In Archaeologies of Landscape, Contemporary Perspectives, edited by Wendy Ashmore and A. Bernard Knapp. Blackwell Publishers, Oxford.


Prehistoric Stone Tool Technology and Classification

Andrefsky, William, Jr.
1998 Lithics: Macroscopic Approaches to Analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Crabtree, Don
1972 An Introduction to Flintworking: Part I. An Introduction to the Technology of Stone Tools. Occasional Paper 28, Idaho State University. Pocatello, Idaho.

Cobb, Charles R. and Paul A. Webb
1994 A Source Area Perspective on Expedient and Formal Core Technologies. North American Archaeologist 15:197-219.

Luedkte, B.
1992 An Archaeologist’s Guide to Chert and Flint. Institute of Archaeology, Los Angeles.

Odell, George H.
2004 Lithic Analysis. Kluwer Acadamic/Plenum Publishers, New York.

Ritchie, William A.
1961 A Typology and Nomenclature for New York Projectile Points. New York State Museum and Science Service, Bulletin Number 384, Albany.

Sullivan, A.P. and K.C. Rozen
1985 Debitage Analysis and Archaeological Interpretation. American Antiquity 50:755-79.

Whittaker, John C.
1994 Flintknapping: Making and Understanding Stone Tools. University of Texas Press, Austin.


Prehistoric Ceramics

MacNeish, Richard S.
1952 Iroquois Pottery Types: A Technique for the Study of Iroquois Prehistory. Bulletin No. 124,
Anthropological Series No. 31, Department of Resources and Development, National Parks Branch, National Museum of Canada.

Ritchie, William A. and Richard S. MacNeish
1949 The Pre-Iroquoian Pottery of New York State. American Antiquity 15:97-124.


Paleoethnobotany

Asch Sidell, Nancy
2002 Paleoethnobotanical Indicators of Subsistence and Settlement Change in the Northeast. In Northeast Subsistence-Settlement Change A.D. 700-1300, edited by John P. Hart and Christina B. Rieth, pp. 241-263. New York State Museum, Albany.



Links

Community Archaeology Program. Sponsored by the Public Archaeology Facility and Binghamton University. The Community Archaeology Program (CAP) at Binghamton University provides a professionally supervised opportunity for non-archaeologists to participate in excavations at nationally important sites.

Iroquois Indian Museum. An educational museum devoted to the culture, traditions, and history of the Iroquois Indians. The museum has a collection of Schoharie County prehistoric artifacts as well as the largest public collection of contemporary Iroquois arts in the world.

New York State Museum. The museum includes exhibits on archaeology, native peoples of New York, and numerous collections from archaeological sites throughout New York State, including the Susquehanna and Delaware valleys.

Willard E. Yager Upper Susquehanna Valley Collection. Information on Hartwick College’s collection of prehistoric artifacts from the Susquehanna Valley collected by Willard E. Yager (1855-1929), long-time resident of Oneonta, New York. Over his life, Yager assembled a collection of over 6,000 meticulously documented artifacts.



 
 

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