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Central Plains Archaeology makes available to the archaeological community and the interested public the results of new research conducted in the vast Central Plains region of North America, principally in the states of Nebraska and Kansas.

Back issues of Central Plains Archaeology can be purchased by NAPA members and non-members for $10 each ($15 for Volume 12), plus $3 each for postage. To order, send check or money order (payable to the Nebraska Association of Professional Archeologists) to:

Kelli Bacon
Historic Preservation, Nebraska State Historical Society
P.O. Box 82554
Lincoln, Nebraska 68501-2554
(402) 471-4766
e-mail: kelli.bacon

CPA Back Issues

Volume 15, Number 1 (2016), 122 pages, abstracts

In Memoriam
Donna C. Roper (1947-2015)

Gayle F. Carlson (1935-2015)

The Forrest Site, 14PA303: A Keith Phase Component in Pawnee County, Kansas
by Robert J. Hoard and John R. Bozell

“Chili” Scoggin and the Early Exploration of the Barn Butte Site (25GD1), Western Nebraska
by Jason M. LaBelle and William E. Scoggin

A History of the Kansa People Through 1873 and The Search for American Chief’s Village
by Tricia J. Waggoner

The Chadron State Park Site (25DW1), Dawes County, Nebraska
by Terry L. Steinacher

Volume 14, Number 1 (2014), 146 pages, abstracts

Editor’s Note
by Amy Koch

Pipestone Residue on Drills from a Great Bend Aspect Site
by Alison M. Hadley

Spanish Colonialism in Nebraska? Determining the Indirect Effects of Colonialism on the Dismal River Aspect (A.D.1650-1725)
by Sarah J. Trabert

Assessing the Radiocarbon Age Determinations Dataset and Revising the Chronology for the Central Plains Tradition
by Donna C. Roper

The Chadron State Park Site (25DW1), Dawes County, Nebraska
by Terry L. Steinacher

Volume 13, Number 1 (2011), 129 pages, abstracts

Editor’s Note
by Amy Koch

Mary Louise Freed Biography
by Donald Callen Freed

New Insights into the Anoka Phase: Initial Results from Work at the Lynch (25BD1), Anoka (25BD2/201),Hostert (25BD16), and      Mohr (25BD139) Sites, Boyd County, Nebraska
by Joseph A Tiffany, Austin A. Buhta, L. Adrien Hannus, and Jason M. Kruse

The Beaver Creek Trail Crossing Site (25SW49): The Archaeology of a Nineteenth Century Road Ranche along the Nebraska      City Cut-Off Trail
by Paul A. Demers

A Petrographic Analysis of Glenwood Locality Ceramics, Mills County, Iowa
by Richard L. Josephs

Archeological Investigations of the 1865 Rush Creek Battlefield, 25MO181, Morrill County, Nebraska
by Douglas D. Scott, Peter Bleed, Benjamin Bilgri

Volume 12, Number 1 (2010), 219 pages, abstracts

The Eagle Ridge Site and Early Eighteenth Century Indian-European Relations in Eastern Nebraska
Edited by Gayle F. Carlson and John R. Bozell

Volume 11, Number 1 (2009), 73 pages, abstracts

The Plunkett Site: A 1930s Goshen Discovery in Northwest Nebraska
by Steven R. Holen

Preliminary Report on Structural Wood Use at Pawnee Indian Village (14RP1), Republic County, Kansas
by Nicholas V. Kessler

100° W Longitude: Exploring Cultural Dynamics at the Western Edge of the Central Plains Tradition
by Donna C. Roper

The Ceramic Assemblage from 25FT162, Frontier County, Nebraska
by Terry L. Steinacher

Book Review: Kansas Archaeology by Robert J. Hoard and William E. Banks, editors
by William T. Billeck

Volume 10, Number 1 (2004), 167 pages, abstracts

McIntosh: A Late Prehistoric Occupation in the Nebraska Sand Hills
by Amy Koch, contribution by Mary J. Adair

Volume 9, Number 1 (2002), 60 pages, abstracts

The Late Prehistoric Percussion-Blade Industry of the Central Plains
by Philip J. Wilke, Gayle F. Carlson, and John D. Reynolds

The Role of Fire in the Destruction of Upper Republican Phase Lodges in the Medicine Creek Valley, Nebraska
by Donna C. Roper

The Mineralogical Characterization of Catlinite from Its Sole Provenance, Pipestone National Monument, Minnesota
by James Novotny Gundersen

Volume 8, Number 1 (2000), “Freshwater Mussels in the Great Plains: Ecology and Prehistoric Utilization”: 150 pages, abstracts

Introduction to the Symposium
by Kerry Lippincott

Mussels, Bison Kills, and Pots: Clarity in the Archeological Record
by Donald J. Blakeslee

Archeological Interpretation of Freshwater Mussel Assemblages near the Solomon River, Kansas
by Rob Dorsey

Freshwater Mussels from Nebraska Phase Sites along the Missouri River Drainage in Southwestern Iowa
by K. Kris Hirst

A Critical Review of the Unionoid Mollusks Reported for Nebraska by Samuel Aughey (1877)
by Ellet Hoke

Mussels and Marginal Utility
by Thomas P. Myers and Keith Perkins III

Summary of Current Known Distribtion and Status of Freshwater Mussels (Unionoida in South Dakota
by Douglas C. Backlund

Prehistoric Procurement and Use of Freshwater Mussels Along the Missouri River in the Northern Great Plains
by Robert E. Warren

Freshwater Mussel Management in North Dakota
by Steve Dyke

Freshwater Shell Tool/Ornament Production and Resource Use in the Middle Missouri Subarea of North Dakota
by Paul R. Picha and Fern E. Swenson

The Freshwater Mussels (Bivalvia: Unionoida) of Montana
by Michael M. Gangloff and Daniel L. Gustafson

A Prehistoric Freshwater Mussel Collection from the Schmitt Chert Mine Site (24BW559) near Three Forks, Montana
by Kerry Lippincott and Leslie B. Davis

Floating Mussels in the Upper Missouri River, Minnesota and Their Implications for Dispersal in Paleontology and Archeology
by Alan M. Cvancara

Remarks Stimulated by the Symposium, Freshwater Mussels in the Great Plains: Ecology and Prehistoric Utilization
by Alan M. Cvancara

Volume 7, Number 1 (1999), 170 pages, Introduction

Waconda Lake: Prehistoric Swiden-Foragers in the Central Plains
by Donald J. Blakeslee

Volume 6, Number 1 (1998), 57 pages, abstracts

The Schudel Site Complex: Early Archaic Occupation in the North Loup River Valley
by Donna C. Roper

An Archeological Survey of the Lower Pony Creek Valley: Implications for Glenwood Locality Settlement Pattern
by Michael J. Perry

Volume 5, Number 1 (1997), “Marine Shell Ornaments from the Plains”: 107 pages, abstracts

Introduction to the Symposium
by Kerry Lippincott

The Marine Shell Artifacts of Kansas
by Donald J. Blakeslee

A Preliminary Survey of Marine Shell Artifacts from Prehistoric Archeological Sites in Nebraska
by Gayle F. Carlson

Mussels, Mussel Shell Tools, and Mussel and Marine Shell Ornaments from Missouri River Trench Sites in South Dakota
by Kerry Lippincott

Whorls and Valves: Marine Shell Artifacts from North Dakota
by Paul R. Picha and Fern E. Swenson

Faces of Shell: Two Marine Shell Artifacts from North Dakota
by Michael Fosha

Marine Shell Mask Gorgets in Montana
by Stanley Jaynes

Shell from the Plains: A Southeastern Perspective
by Marvin T. Smith

Special Publication No. 1 (1997): 77 pages, reprinted May 2006

A Good Walk Around the Boundary: Archeological Inventory of the Dyck and Other Properties Adjacent to Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
by Douglas D. Scott and Peter Bleed

Volume 4, Number 1 (1994), 95 pages, abstracts

Late Prehistoric Cultural Dynamics in the Lower Kansas River Basin
by Brad Logan and Lauren W. Ritterbush

Riley Cord Roughened Ceramic Variation from Ten Smoky Hill Variant Sites in North-Central Kansas
by John G. Hedden

Sympatry-Mapping Studies of Small Mammal Remains Recovered from Six Prehistoric Central Plains Sites
by Paul Souders

The Material Culture of 25DS21, a Lower Loup Hunting Camp in the Platte River Valley
by Donna C. Roper

Volume 3, Number 1 (1993), 250 pages, reprinted in 2005

The Archaeology of the Lincoln Pottery Works
by Chris Schoen and Peter Bleed

Volume 2, Number 1 (1990), 131 pages OUT OF PRINT

Presenting Nebraska Archaeology to the Public, 1878-1986
by R. Eli Paul

A Model for the Nebraska Phase
by Donald J. Blakeslee

Window Glass on the Plains: An Analysis of Flat Glass Samples from Ten Nineteenth Century Plains Historic Sites
by Christopher M. Schoen

Archaeology and Reconstruction of the Fort Atkinson Council House
by Gayle F. Carlson

Volume 1, Number 1 (1989), 107 pages OUT OF PRINT

A Great Oasis Fauna from Central Nebraska
by John R. Bozell and Mary K. Rogers

Nehawka Flint in the Paleoindian Occupation of the High Plains
by Thomas P. Myers

Pawnee Archaeology
by John M. O’Shea

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