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To obtain copies, contact individual offices as listed. To request an interlibrary loan, contact the BLM Library at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Limited copies are available. The publications may be requested from the Alaska BLM Office of External Affairs at 222 West 7th Avenue, #13, Anchorage, AK 99513. Telephone (907) 271-5555.
|Fort Egbert and the Eagle Historic District: Results of Archaeological and Historical Research, Summer 1977. Anne Shinkwin, et al. OUT OF PRINT||BLM-Alaska Technical Report 2||June 1978.|
|An Historical Resource Study of the Valdez Creek Mining District, Alaska. 1977. Peter Dessauer, et al. Reprinted February 1997||May 1980|
|Archeological Investigations of the De Long Mountains, Northwest, Alaska. Howard Smith||BLM-Alaska Open File Report 2||June 1983|
|Archaeological Reconnaissance in the Central Arctic Management Area. Howard Smith||BLM-Alaska Open File Report 3||June 1983|
|Denali Mines on Valdez Creek, Southcentral Alaska. Beth Walton, et al.||BLM-Alaska Open File Report 9||November 1984|
|The Eagle-Valdez Trail (Northern Portion).||BLM-Alaska Adventures in the Past Series||1992|
|Mining History of the Ruby-Poorman Mining District. Rosalie L'Ecuyer||BLM-Alaska Open File Report 49||November 1993|
|Cultural Resource Inventory in the Bendeleben and Darby Mountains, Seward Peninsula, Alaska. Howard Smith, et al||BLM-Alaska Open File Report 57||July 1995|
|Early Miners of the Fortymile.||BLM-Alaska Adventures in the Past Series||1997|
|Fort Gibbon Mining Districts of Alaska, 1894-present. Rosalie L'Ecuyer||BLM-Alaska Open File Report 61.||February 1997|
|Prospecting and Mining Activity in the Rampart Manley Hot Springs - Ft. Gibbon Mining Districts of Alaska, 1894-present. 180pp. Rosalie L'Ecuyer||BLM-Alaska Open File Report 61.||February 1997|
|Flat and Iditarod 1993-1995 Oral History Interviews. Edited by Rolfe G. Buzzell. OUT OF PRINT||BLM-Alaska Open File Report 66.||April 1997|
|The Flat Historical Building Survey Report: Flat Alaska. Donna Redding.||BLM-Alaska Open File Report 64||April 1997|
|Nome River Water Control Structures. Howard Hunt||BLM-Alaska Open File Report 62||April 1997|
|Celebrate Alaska's Gold Rushes||BLM-Alaska Adventures in the Past Series||1998|
|Eagle-Ft. Egbert: A Remnant of the Past.||BLM-Alaska Adventures in the Past Series No. 5||1999|
|The Search for Gold Along the Koyukuk River.||BLM-Alaska Adventures in the Past Series #4||1999|
|Dinosaurs on Alaska's North Slope.||BLM-Alaska||2000|
|The Iditarod National Historic Trail.||BLM-Alaska Adventures in the Past Series No. 6||2000|
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The following Arizona Cultural Resource publications may be obtained from the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) in microfiche or paper copy, for a fee. The NTIS accession numbers are indicated by each document and should be used when ordering copies from NTIS. The address of NTIS is: U.S. Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Service, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, VA 22161 or telephone (800) 553-6847. Orders may be submitted through the Internet at http://www.ntis.gov/support/index.html
|Cultural Resources Series|
|#||Title||NTIS Accession No.||Date|
|9||Harqua Hala Letters: The Story of Arizona's Forgotten Smithsonian Observatory. This document may also be ordered from the BLM Phoenix Field Office, 21605 N. 7th Avenue, Phoenix AZ 85027-2099. Contact Cheryl Blanchard, telephone: (623) 580-5676 or email: Cheryl_Blanchard@blm.gov. Burggraaf, Pieter||PB97-109235.||1996|
|8||El Rio Bonito: An Ethnoecological Study of the Bonita Creek Watershed, Southeastern Arizona. Hadley, Diana, Richard V. N. Ahlstrom, and Scott Mills.||PB94-145612.||1993|
|7||Environmental Change in Aravaipa, 1870-1970, An Ethnoecological Survey. This document may also be ordered from the BLM Safford Field Office, 711 14th Avenue, Safford AZ 85546-3321. Contact Anna Rago, telephone: (928) 348-4478 or email Anna_Rago@blm.gov. Hadley, Diana, Peter Warshall, Dan Bufkin||PB92-188028||1991|
|6||The Linear Oasis: Managing Cultural Resources Along the Lower Colorado River. Stone, Connie L.||PB92-155027||1991|
|5||People of the Desert, Canyons and Pines: Prehistory of the Patayan Country in West Central Arizona. Stone, Connie L.||PB90-106147/AS||1987|
|4||The Pinenut Site: Virgin Anasazi Archaeology on the Kanab Plateau of Northwestern Arizona. Westfall, Deborah A., with contributions by Mark C. Bond, William E. Davis, Linda J. Scott, and Margaret A. Van Ness||PB90-106154/AS||1987|
|3||A Ground Stone Implement Quarry on the Lower Colorado River, Northwestern Arizona. Huckell, Bruce B.||PB87 220232/AS||1986|
|2||The Archaeology of Southeast Arizona: A Class I Cultural Resource Inventory. Bronitsky, Gordon and James D. Merritt||PB87-220224/AS||1986|
|1||Deceptive Desolation: Prehistory of the Sonoran Desert in West Central Arizona. Stone, Connie L.||PB87-220216/AS||1986|
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The following publications are available for sale at $8.50 each. Send check or money order payable to: USDI-Bureau of Land Management, California Desert District, 1695 Spruce Street, Riverside, CA 92507.
|The Effects of Fire and Heat on Obsidian. Library has a copy.||Loyd, Janine M.||2002|
|The Archaeology of Owl Canyon and Stoddard Valley, Mojave Desert, California.||W. Echardt and M. J. Hatley||1982|
|Class II Cult: The Archaeology of the McCain Valley Study Area in Eastern San Diego County, California: A Scientificural Resource Inventory.||J. R. Cook and S. G. Fulmer.||1981|
|Cultural Resources of the California Desert, 1776-1980: Historic Trails and Wagon Roads.||E. von Till Warren and R. J. Joske.||1981|
|Evaluation of Early Human Activities and Remains in the California Desert.||Emma Lou Davis et al.||1980|
|The Archaeology and history of the McCain Valley study area Eastern San Diego County, California: A class II Cultural Resource Inventory||Cook, John R. and Scott G. Fulmer||1980|
|Cultural resources inventory of the central Mojave and Colorado Desert Regions, Califorina||Gallegos, Dennis, John Cook, Emma Lou Davis, et al.||1980|
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Place your order by writing or phoning:
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All Cultural Resource Series publications are $7.00 each, plus $3.00 for Shipping & Handling.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the considerable cost, we do not maintain a mailing list
|Cultural Resource Series|
|32||Ephermal Archaeology on the Mountain of the Sorrel Deer : A site in Delta County, Colorado. Baker, Steven G.||1992|
|31||The Yarmony House Excavation. Metcalf, Michael D., et al.||1991|
|30||A Window to the Past--A View to the Future: A Guide to Photo Documenting Historic Plans. 2nd edition. Athearn, Frederic J.||1994|
|29||A Forgotton Kingdom: The Spanish Frontier in Colorado and New Mexico, 1540-1821. Athearn, Frederic J.
NO LONGER AVAILABLE
|28||The Harris Site Excavation. Tucker, Gordon||1989|
|27||The Hummingbird Shelter Excavation. Conner, Carl, et al.||1989|
|26||Ethnohistory of the High Plains. Gunnerson, James H. and Delores A. Gunnerson.||1989|
|25||Fossils, Faults and Canyons: The Final Geologic Advisory Group Report. David W. Kuntz, Harley J. Armstrong, and Frederic J. Athearn.||1989|
|24||A Human Burial from Delores County, Colorado. France, Diane L.||1988|
|23||Habitat in the Past: Historical Perspectives of Riparian Zones on the White River. Athearn, Frederic J.||1988|
|22||The Mockingbird Mesa Survey. Fetterman, Jerry and Honeycutt, Linda||1988|
|21||Rock Art of Western Colorado. Cole, Sally. NO LONGER AVAILABLE||1988|
|20||An Overview of Prehistoric Cultural Resources Little Snake Resource Area, Northwestern Colorado. Halcyon La Point.||1987|
|19||Archaeology of the High Plains. Gunnerson, James H.||1987|
|18||Sisyphus Shelter. Gooding, John and William Lane Shields. NO LONGER AVAILABLE||1985|
|17||Land of Contrast: A History of Southeast Colorado. Athearn, Frederic J.||1985|
|15||A Cultural Resources Inventory of Texas-Missouri-Evacuation Creeks, Colorado. Gordon, E. Kinzie and Kris J. Kranzush, et al.||1983|
|14||Archaeological Inventory in North Park, Colorado. Lischka, Joseph J.||1983|
|13||Archaeological Resources of Southwestern Colorado. Nickens, Paul R.||1982|
|12||Valley of Opportunity: A History of West-Central Colorado. Mehls, Steven F. NO LONGER AVAILABLE||1982|
|11||A Survey of Vandalism to Archaeological Resources in Southwestern Colorado. Nickens, Paul R., Signa L. Larralde and Gordon C. Tucker.||1981|
|10||Frontier in Transition: A History of Southwestern Colorado. O'Rourke, Paul M.||1980|
|9||Environmental Factors in Archaeological Site Locations. Grady, James||1980|
|8||Western Colorado Petroglyphs. McKern, W. C.||1983|
|7||The Archaeology and Stabilization of Dominguez and Escalante Ruins. Breternitz, David A. NO LONGER AVAILABLE||1979|
|6||Las Animas, Huerfano and Custer: Three Colorado Counties on a Cultural Frontier: A History of the Raton Basin. Murray, Robert A.||1978|
|5||A Bibliography of the Archaeology of Southwestern Colorado, Archuleta, Dolores, La Plata and Montezuma Counties. Hull, Deborah A. and Douglas D. Scott.||1977|
|4||Delores River Archaeology Canyon Adaptations As Seen Through Survey. Toll, Henry Wolcott||1977|
|3||The Yarmony House Excavation. Michael D. Metcalf, et al.||1991|
|3||Environmental Constraint and Settlement Predictability, Northwestern Colorado. Hurlbett, Robert E.||1977|
|2||An Isolated Empire: A History of Northwestern Colorado. Athearn, Frederic J.||1982|
|1||The Stabilization of Lowry Ruins. White, Adrian S. and David A. Breternitz||1976|
|Quantifying the Present and Predicting the Past. Theory, Method, and Application of Archaeological Predictive Modeling. Edited by W. James Judge and Lynne Sebastian, for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Denver, CO. Please send $10.70. plus $6.00 Shipping and Handling.||1988|
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The following publication is available for a nominal charge from the National Technical Information Service (NTIS): U.S. Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Service, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, VA 22161 or telephone (800) 553-6847. Orders may be submitted through the Internet at http://www.ntis.gov/support/index.html
The Archaeology of Two Lakes in Minnesota. Christina Harrison 198?.
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The publications listed are available upon request to Bureau of Land Management, Idaho State Office, 1387 Vinnell Way, Boise, ID 83709-1657, Attention: Visitor Information Center OR by contacting Idaho Bureau of Land Management Public Room: (208) 373-4000. Certain other out-of-print publications are available for loan from the Bureau of Land Management, Idaho State Office.
|Cultural Series Publications:|
|5||Uncovering a Chinese Legacy: Historical Archaeology at Centerville, Idaho. (cost $5)||2001|
|4||Ruins of a World: Chinese Gold Mining at the Mon-Tung Site in the Snake River Canyon. Bureau of Land Management.||1995|
|3||Sharing the Past. Bureau of Land Management. OUT OF PRINT.||1995|
|2||Baker Caves: A Look Into the Past. Bureau of Land Management. Idaho Cultural Resources Series, No. 2.||1994|
|1||Emigrant Trails of Southern Idaho. Bureau of Land Management. Cost: $8.||1993|
|Idaho BLM Cultural Resource Brochures:|
|A Step At A Time: The Oregon Trail. Bureau of Land Management.||1993|
|The Flight of the Nez Perce through Leadore and Island Park Idaho to West Yellowstone, Montana, August 1877 Auto Tour, published by BLM USDA-Forest Service, National Park Service, Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation, Idaho State Historical Society and Island Park and West Yellowstone Historical Socities||2002|
|Idaho Lewis and Clark National Backcountry Byway and Adventure Road, published by Bureau of Land Management--Salmon Field Office and the Salmon Challis National Forests (BLM publication no. BLM-ID/GI/90-016+433 rev 01).||1992|
|Lewis and Clark Expedition, Lemhi County, Idaho. Published by USDA-Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and River of No Return Interpretive Association|
|Lewis and Clark, Naturalists in Lemhi County. A Naturalist’s Journey with the Corps of Discovery. Published by Idaho Bureau of Land Management and USDA Forest Service-Salmon Challis National Forest (BLM Publication No. BLM/ID/GI-00-002+1050).||1992|
|Oregon Trail in Southwest Idaho. Bureau of Land Management, Boise District. OUT OF PRINT.||1992|
|Joined by a Journey: The Lives of the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery by Mike Crosby. Published by the U.S. Department of Interior, Salmon Field Office, Salmon, Idaho. (BLM Publication No. BLM/ID/GI-04/002+1010)||2002|
|Lewis and Clark Expedition. Pamphlet. Cooperative with USFS and BLM Salmon.||2000|
|Lewis and Clark Naturalists in Lemhi County. Booklet. Cooperative with USFS and BLM Salmon.||2000|
|Chief Tendoy Cemetery Cultural Resources Management Plan. Bureau of Land Management. UCSCD.||1987|
|Our Cultural Heritage: A Fragile Record of the Last 10,000 Years Along the Lower Salmon River. Bureau of Land Management, UCSCD.||1987|
|Lower Salmon River Cultural Resource Management Plan. Bureau of Land Management, UCSCD.||1983|
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The following asterisk publications are available through the National Technical Information Service (NTIS): U.S. Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Service, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, VA 22161 or telephone (800) 553-6847. Orders may be submitted through the Internet at http://www.ntis.gov/support/index.html
|Cultural Resource Series|
|3||Upper Missouri National Wild and Scenic River Cultural Resources Management Plan, Vol. 1-3.||Knudson, Ruthann Knudson||1992|
|3||Upper Missouri National Wild and Scenic River Cultural Resource Management Plan, Vol. 1-3.|
|2||An Archeological Overview of Butte District Prehistory.||Deaver, Sherri and Ken Deaver||1986|
|1||An Overview of the Prehistory of Western and Central North Dakota.||Compiled by Gregg, Michael L.||1985|
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The following asterisk publications are available by contacting the Bureau of Land Management, Nevada State Office. The mailing address is P. O. Box 12000, Reno, Nevada 89520-0006 and the physical address is 1340 Financial Blvd Reno, Nevada 89502. Or telephone (702) 861-6500.
|Cultural Resource Series|
|12||Northern Paiute and Western Shoshone Land Use in Northern Nevada: A Class I Ethnographic/Ethnohistoric Overview. Bengston, G.||2003|
|11||The South Fork Shelter Site Revisited: Excavation at Upper Shelter, Elko County, Nevada. Spencer, L., R. C. Hanes, C. S. Fowler, and S. Jaynes.||1987|
|10||Archaeological Investigations at Panaca Summit. Eiston, Robert G. and Kenneth Juall.||1987|
|9||Current Status of CRM Archaeology in the Great Basin. Aikens, C. Melvin, Editor.||1986|
|8||Archaeological Data Recovery Associated with the Mt. Hope Project, Eureka County, Nevada. Zeler, Charles D.||1985|
|7||Nuvagantu: Nevada Indians Comment on the Intermountain Power Project. Stoffle, Richard W. and Henry F. Dobyns.||1983|
|6||Prehistory and History of the Winnemucca District: A Cultural Resource Literature Overview. Smith, Regina C., Peggy McCuckian Jones, John R. Roney and Kathryn F. Padrick.||1983|
|5||Cultural Resources Overview of the Carson City District, West Central Nevada. Pendleton, Lorann S. A., Alvin McLane and David Hurst Thomas.||1982|
|4||History of Central Nevada: An Overview of the Battle Mountain District. Bowers, Martha H. and Hans Muessing.||1982|
|3||Prehistory, Ethnohistory, and History of Eastern Nevada: A Cultural Resources Summary of the Elko and Ely Districts. James, Steven R.||1981|
|2||A Cultural Resources Overview of the Carson and Humboldt Sinks, Nevada. Bard, James C., Colin I. Busby and John H. Findlay.||1981|
|1||The Pony Express in Central Nevada: Archaeological and Documentary Perspectives. Hardesty, Donald L.||1979|
|17||Archaeology of the Old Spanish Trail/Mormon Road from Las Vegas, Nevada to the California Border. Myhrer, K., W. G. White and S. D. Rolf.||1990|
|16||An Ethnohistoric Infant Burial from Western Nevada. Hattori, E. M., L. L. Armentrout, C. S. Larsen, and D. L. Hutchinson.||1987|
|15||The Bovine Bluff Site: An Early Puebloan Site in the Upper Moapa Valley. Myhrer, K. and M. M. Lyneis.||1985|
|14||The Lake Range Quarry, Washoe County, Nevada. Pedrick, K. E.||1985|
|13||Cultural Resources Overview of the Las Vegas Valley. Rafferty, K. A.||1984|
|12||Archaeological Studies in the Cortez Mining District, 1982. Hardesty, D. L. and E. M. Hattori.||1983|
|11||An Archaeological Survey in the Mormon Mountains, Lincoln County, Nevada. Rusco, M. K. and J. Munoz.||1983|
|10||An Examination of Amateur Collections from the Carson Sink, Nevada. Kelly, R. L.||1983|
|9||The History and Archaeology of Fenelon, A Historic Railroad Camp. Turner, A. L.||1982|
|8||Archaeological Studies in the Cortez Mining District, 1981. Hardesty, D. L. and E. M. Hattori.||1982|
|7||An Historic Overview of the BLM Shoshone-Eureka Resource Area, Nevada. Welch, P.||1981|
|6||Emigrant Trails in the Black Rock Desert. Jones, P. Mc.||1980|
|5||Test Excavations at Painted Cave, Pershing County, Nevada. Bard, J. C., C. I Busby, and L. S. Kobori.||1980|
|4||Artifact Assemblages from Pahranagat, Lincoln County, Nevada. Crabtree, R. H. and D. D. Ferraro.||1980|
|3||Oil and Gas/Geothermal Program Inventories. Botti, N., P. McGuckian, R. York and M. Henderson.||1979|
|2||Archaeological Survey of Springs, Tonopah Resource Area. McGonagle, R. L. and L. L. Waski||1978|
|1||Studies at Adams-McGill Reservoir: Exercises in Applying Small Project Data to Archaeological Research. York, R.||1977|
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Publications will be available for a nominal charge through the National Technical Information Service (NTIS): U.S. Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Service, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, VA 22161 or telephone (800) 553-6847. Orders may be submitted through the Internet at http://www.ntis.gov/support/index.html. Note asterisk publications are available by telephoning 1-877-276-9404.
|Cultural Resource Series|
|14||Archeological Variation within the Middle Rio Bonito. Shelley, Phillip H. and Wenzel, Kristen E. 221 pp. $15.00.||2002|
|13||El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, Vol. 2. Gabrielle G. Palmer and Stephen Fosberg, compilers. 345 pp. $15.00.||1999|
|12||**Research on the American West. Edward Staski. 335 pp. $12.00.||1995|
|11||El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, Vol. 1. Gabrielle G. Palmer and Stephen Fosberg, compilers. 235 pp. $12.00. OUT OF PRINT.||1993|
|9||**Interpreting The Past. LouAnn Jacobson and June-el Piper. 162 pp. $12.00.||1992|
|8||**Rethinking Navajo Pueblitos. Michael Marshal and Patrick Hogan. 282 pp. $12.00.||1991|
|6||**Living on the Land: 11,000 Years of Human Adaptation in Southeastern New Mexico, An Overview of Cultural Resources in the Roswell District, Bureau of Land Management. Lynne Sebastian and Signa Larralde. 174 pp. $12.00.||1989|
|5||Volume 3: Report of the Final Field Season - San Augustine Coal Area, Archaeological Investigations in West-Central New Mexico. Bureau of Land Management, New Mexico State Office. David W. Kayser and Charles H. Carroll. OUT OF PRINT.||1988|
|4||Volume 2: Historical Cultural Resource - San Augustine Coal Area, Archaeological Investigations in West-Central New Mexico. Bureau of Land Management, New Mexico State Office. Klara Kelley. OUT OF PRINT.||1988|
|3||Volume I: Report of the First Field Season - San Augustine Coal Area, Archaeological Investigations in West-Central New Mexico. Eileen Camilli, Dabney Ford and Signa Larralda. OUT OF PRINT.||1988|
|2||Defensive Sites of Dinetah. Margaret A. Powers and Byron P. Johnson. OUT OF PRINT||1987|
Archaeological variability within the Bisti - Star Lake Region of northwestern New Mexico. Kemrer, Meade F. 1982.
The Artifact, vol. 37, no. 2. Three Rivers Petroglph Site: Results of the ASNM Rock Art Recording Field School by Meliha S. Duran and Helen K. Crotty. 1999, 134 pp., $12.00.
A Class II cultural resources inventory of the southern portion of the Chaco Planning Unit, McKinley and Sandoval Counties, New Mexico. Dulaney, Alan R. and Dosh, Steven G. 1981. Cultural Resources Series No. II.
Chacoan Roads in the Southern Periphery: Results of Phase II of the BLM Chaco Roads Project. Fred Nials, John Stain, and John Roney. 1987. OUT OF PRINT. [AVAILABILITY LIMITED—Contact Stephen Fosberg, 505-438-7515.]
Charles H. Carroll. Bureau of Land Management, New Mexico State Office. 1988. OUT OF PRINT.
Cook’s Peak---Pasaron Par Aqui: A Focus on United States History in Southwestern New Mexico. Donald Courchman. 1990. OUT OF PRINT.
Cultural Diversity & Adaptation. Lori Stephenson Reed and Paul F. Reed. 1992. 162 pp. $12.00. Available online at http://www.publiclands.org. OUT OF PRINT.
Cultural Diversity & Adaptation: The Archaic, Anasazi, and Navajo Occupation of the Upper San Juan Basin. Lori Stephenson Reed and Paul F. Reed. 1992. 162 pp. OUT OF PRINT.
Defensive Sites of Dinetah. Margaret A. Powers and Byron P. Johnson. 1987. OUT OF PRINT.
**Guardian of the Trail. Archeological & Historical Investigation at Fort Craig. Peggy A. Gerow. 2004.
**Three Rivers Petroglyph Site: Results of the ASNM Rock Art Recording Field School, Meliha S. Duran and Helena K. Crotty. 1999.
Volume I: Report of the First Field Season - San Augustine Coal Area, Archaeological Investigations in West-Central New Mexico. Eileen Camilli, Dabney Ford and Signa Larralde. 1988. OUT OF PRINT.
Volume 2: Historical Cultural Resource - San Augustine Coal Area, Archaeological Investigations in West-Central New Mexico. Klara Kelley. Bureau of Land Management, New Mexico State Office. 1988. OUT OF PRINT.
Volume 3: Report of the Final Field Season - San Augustine Coal Area, Archaeological Investigations in West-Central New Mexico. David W. Kyser.
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The following asterisked publication may be purchased for $7 a copy from the Bureau of Land Management, Oregon/Washington State Office, 1515 S.W. 5th Avenue, P.O. Box 2965, Portland, Oregon 97208, or by contacting Sharon Mowery at (503) 952-6173. The unmarked publications are free of charge, but availability is limited.
|Cultural Resource Series|
|12||Test Excavations at Three Mid-Elevation Rock Art Sites, Warner Valley, Oregon. Michelle Antonia Ross.||2001|
|5||A Cultural Resource Overview for the 1900s. BLM Prineville District, Oregon. 1990. Clayton Lewbow, Richard Pettigrew, Jon Silvermoon, David Chance, Robert Boyd, Yvonne Hajda and Henry Zenk. OUT OF PRINT.||1990|
|4||Archaeological Investigation of the Narrows and Martin Creek Site, Douglas County, Oregon. Brian O'Neill.||1989|
|3||Archaeology of the North Yaquiina Head Shell Middens, Central Oregon Coast. Rick Minor.||1989|
|2||An Archaeological Survey of the Trout Creek-Oregon Canyon Uplands. Harney and Matheur Counties, Oregon. Richard M. Pettigrew and Clayton G. Lebow.||1989|
|1||Archaeological Investigations of the Yaquina Head, Central Oregon Coast. Rock Minor, Kathryn Toepel and Ruth L. Greenspan.||1987|
**Archaeology of Oregon. Melvin Aikens. 1993.
A Cultural Resource Overview for the 1900s. BLM Prineville District, Oregon. Clayton Lewbow, Richard Pettigrew, Jon Silvermoon, David Chance, Robert Boyd, Yvonne Hajda and Henry Zenk. 1990. OUT OF PRINT.
Archaeological Investigations at the Peninsula Site, 35KL87, Gerber Reservoir, South-Central Oregon. Jon Massoglia Silvermoon. 1994.
Archaeological Investigations of the Western Flank of the South-Central Cascades, Lane and Douglas Counties, Oregon. Michael D. Southard, editor. 1991.
The Bravo Creek Site. A Lithic Workshop in the Klamath Mountain Foothills, Curry County, Oregon. Robert R., Musil and Rick Minor. 1994.
Klamath River Canyon Prehistory and Ethnology, includes "Upper Klamath River Canyon Prehistory" by Joanne M. Mack and "Klamath River Canyon Ethnology Study" by Dorothea J. Theodoratus, Myreleen M. Ashman, Helen McCarthy and Donna L. Genetti. 1991.
Oregon Trail Histories. Richard C. Hanes, editor, with contributions by Robert G. Day, Sr., Champ Clark Vaughan, and Jim Tompkins. 1993. OUT OF PRINT.
Yaquina Head: A Middle Archaic Settlement on the North-Central Oregon Coast. Rick Minor. 1991.
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The following asterisked publications are available free from the Bureau of Land Management, Utah State Office, 324 South State Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84145-0155. Telephone number: (801) 524-3140. Please note that Anasazi Basketmaker papers from the 1990 Weatherill costs $10.00.
|Cultural Resource Series|
|24||Anasazi Basketmaker: papers from the 1990 Weatherill-Grand Gulch Symposium.||1990|
|23||The Little Man Archaeological Sites: Excavations on the Virgin River near Hurricane, Utah. G. F. Dalley and D. A. McFadden. With Sections by J. B. Howard, R.A. Thompson, and B.A. Walling. OUT OF PRINT.||1988|
|22||The Tar Sands Project: An Inventory and Predictive Model for Central and Southern Utah. B. L. Tipps. With Sections by W. A. Lucius, K. W. Russell, A. R. Schroedl, and C. S. Smith. OUT OF PRINT.|
|21||Green Springs: An Anasazi and Southern Paiute Encampment in the St. George Basin of Utah. D. A. Westfall; W. E. Davis; E. Blinman. "Ancillary Studies" by G. J. Edwards, R. H. Hevly, J. I. Mead and M. G. Taylor.||1987|
|20||Excavations at Quail Creek. 1986. B. A. Walling, R. A. Thompson, G.F. Dalley, and D.G. Wader. "Ancillary Studies" by K. M. Heath and L. W. Lindsay. OUT OF PRINT.||1986|
|19||The Castle Valley Archaeological Project: An Inventory and Predictive Model of Selected Tracts. K. D.Black and M. D. Metcalf.||1986|
|18||An Archaeological Survey and Predictive Model of Selected Areas of Utah's Cisco Desert. J. E. Bradley, W. R. Killam, G. R. Burns, and M. A. Martorano. OUT OF PRINT.||1986|
|16||A Nineteenth Century Burial from Northeast Utah. Richard E. Fike and H. Blaine Phillips II. With Chapters by F. R. Hauck, P. R. Nickens, D. D. Scott, L. N. Scott, and R. Sprague.||1984|
|15||Cedar Siding Shelter: The Archaeological Excavation of a Multi-Aspect Overhang in Emery County, Utah. C. W. Martin, J. J. Armstrong, S. M. Crum, R. J. Kutz, and L.A. Wheeler. OUT OF PRINT.||1983|
|14||Black Rock Cave Revisited with chapters by P.W. Dean, R.E. Fike, C.W. Fuller, R.N. Holmer, J.C. Janerski, K. E. Juell, L. W. Lindsay, and T. Pratt. OUT OF PRINT.||1983|
|13||Contributions to the Prehistory of Southern Utah. "A Summary of the Prehistory of Southeastern Utah" by Paul R. Nickens and "An Archaeological Survey of the Central Lisbon Valley Study Tract in the Moab District, San Juan County, Utah" by Kevin D. Black, James M. Copeland and Steven M. Horvath, Jr. with a contribution by William A. Lucius. Assembled by Steven G. Baker. OUT OF PRINT.||1982|
|11||Archaeological Inventory in the Seep Ridge Cultural Study Tract, Uintah County, Northeastern Utah With a Regional Predictive Model for Site Location. Larralde, Signa L. and Susan M. Chandler. OUT OF PRINT.||1982|
|9||Excavations of Two Anasazi Sites in Southern Utah, 1979-1980. L. W. Lindsay, P.R. Nickens, and K. L. Kvamme. "Big Westwater Ruin" by La Mar W. Lindsay and "Archaeological Investigations at the Kanab Site" by Paul R. Nickens and Kenneth L. Kvamme. Assembled by Richard E. Fike and David B. Madsen. OUT OF PRINT.||1981|
|8||Rails East to Promontory, The Utah Stations. Anan S. Raymond and Richard E. Fike. Reprinted September 1983.||1981|
|7||John Javie of Brown's Park. William L. Tennent. Reprinted August 1982, September 1984.||1984|
|6||Simpson Springs Station, Historical Archaeology in Western Utah, 1974-1965. Dale L. Berge. OUT OF PRINT.||1980|
|5||Sample Inventories of Oil and Gas Fields in Eastern Utah, 1978-1979. P. R. Nickens, A. D. Reed, and S. L. Larralde. "The Cisco Cultural Resource Study," by Alan D. Reed and Paul R. Nickens. "Archaeological Inventory in the Red Wash Cultural Study Tract" by Signa L. Larralde and Paul R. Nickens. Assembled by Paul R. Nickens. OUT OF PRINT.||1980|
|2||The Pony Express Stations of Utah in Historical Perspective. Richard E. Fike and John W. Headley. OUT OF PRINT.||1979|
|1||A Stratified Random Sample of the Cultural Resources in the Canyonlands Section of the Moab District. Richard A. Thompson. OUT OF PRINT.||1979|
The Archaeology of the Red Cliffs Site. Gardiner F. Dalley and Douglas A. McFadden. 1985. OUT OF PRINT.
Archaeological Investigations in Utah at Fish Springs, Clay Basin, Northern San Rafael Swell & Southern Henry Mountains. "Prehistoric Occupation Patterns, Subsistence Adaptations, and Chronology in the Fish Spring Area, Utah," by David Madsen; "An Archaeological Survey of Clay Basin, Daggert County, Utah" by La Mar Lindsay; "The Sitterud Bundle: A prehistoric cache from Central Utah" by Michael P. Branson and Salvage Excavation at Ticaboo Town Ruin by David B. Madsen. Assembled by David B. Madsen and Richard E. Fike. 1982. OUT OF PRINT.
Cultural Resource Evaluation in South Central Utah, 1977-1978. F. R. Hauck. 1979. OUT OF PRINT.
A Cultural Resource Summary of the East Central Portion of the Moab District. Lloyd M. Pierson. 1981. OUT OF PRINT.
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To request copies of any of the Wyoming Bureau of Land Management Cultural Resource Series publications, please contact Ranel Stephenson Capron at (307) 775-6108
|Cultural Resource Series No.|
|7||The Buffalo Hump Site - Late Prehistoric Occupation in the Great Divide Basin, Wyoming. OUT OF PRINT||1989|
|6||The Taliaferro Site - 5000 Years of Prehistory in Southwest Wyoming. OUT OF PRINT||1988|
|5||Historic Investigation of the Bear River Divide Segment of the Oregon Trail. Gardner, A. Dudley, Williams R. Snell, and David E. Johnson. OUT OF PRINT||1987|
|4||Archaeological Investigations Along Sage Creek Road, Carbon County, Wyoming. Latady, William Jr. OUT OF PRINT||1986|
|3||Archaic and Late Prehistoric Adaptations in Southwestern Wyoming -- The Frontier Pipeline Excavations. OUT OF PRINT.||1985|
|2||Archeological Investigations of the Deer Creek Site, 48BH18, Big Horn County, Wyoming. OUT OF PRINT||1984|
|1||Class II. Cultural Resource Survey of the Overland Planning Unit. OUT OF PRINT||1984|
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