Maryland Diagnostic Artifacts JPPM Logo, when clicked on will take you back to home page for www.jefpat.org.

Prehistoric Ceramics

References

A   B    C   D   E    F    G    H    I    J    K   L    M    N    O    P    Q    R    S    T   U    V    W    X   Y    Z

Artusy, Richard E.
1976  An Overview of the proposed ceramic sequence for southern Delaware.   Maryland Archeology 12 (2): 1-15.
Ayers, Harvard Glen
1972 The Archaeology of the Susquehanna Tradition in the Potomac Valley. Doctoral dissertation, Department of Anthropology, The Catholic University of America at Washington, D. C. University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor, MI.
Barbich, J., N.M. Kirshner, W.C. Johnson, and K.R. Bastianini
1996 Archaeological Investigation at the Kirshner Site (36WM213), A Middle Monongahela Period Village in the Youghiogheny River Valley: An Interim Report. Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology Professional Paper, Pennsylvania.
Bastian, Tyler
1975 Preliminary Notes on the Results of the Fifth Annual Maryland Archeological Field Session. Archeological Society of Maryland, Inc., Newsletter 21 (6): 2-4.
Blaker, M. C.
1963 Aboriginal ceramics: The Townsend site near Lewes, Delaware. The Archeolog 15: 14-39.
Binford, Lewis
1965 Colonial Period Ceramics of the Nottoway and Weanock Indians of Southeastern Virginia. Archaeological Society of Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 19: 78-87.
Blanton, Dennis B., Stevan C. Pullins and Veronica L. Deitrick
1999  The Potomac Creek Site (44ST2) Revisited. Virginia Department of Historic Resources Research Report Series No. 10.  Prepared by the William and Mary Center for Archaeological Research, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg.
Boyce-Ballweber, Hettie
1987  Cultural Manifestations at the Friendsville Site in Garrett County, Maryland. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 57(2):1-77.
Boyce, Hettie L. and Lori A. Frye
1986 Radiocarbon Dating of Archeological Samples from Maryland. Maryland Geological Survey, Division of Archaeology, Archeological Studies No. 4.
Brashler, Janet G.
1987 A Middle 16th Century Susquehannock Village in Hampshire County, West Virginia. West Virginia Archeologist 39 (2):1-30.
Cadzow, Donald A.
1936 Archaeological Studies of the Susquehannock Indians of Pennsylvania. Safe Harbor Report No. 2, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.
Crane, H. R., and James B. Griffin  
1966 University of Michigan Radiocarbon Dates XI.  Radiocarbon 8: 256 - 285.
Curry, Dennis C. and Maureen Kavanagh
1991 The Middle to  Late Woodland Transition in Maryland. North American Archaeologist 12 (1):2-28.
Curry, Dennis C., and Maureen Kavanagh
1993 A New Radiocarbon Date for Popes Creek Ware. Maryland Archeology 29 (1 and 2):31-42.
Custer, Jay F.
1983 Woodland Ceramic Sequences of the Upper Delmarva Peninsula and Southeastern Pennsylvania. Maryland Archeology 19(2): 21 – 30.
1985 Woodland Ceramic Sequences of the Lower Delmarva Peninsula. Archaeological Society of Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 40:145-166.
1989 Prehistoric Cultures of the Delmarva Peninsula: An Archaeological Study. University of Delaware Press, Newark.
1996 Prehistoric Cultures of Eastern Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg, PA.
Custer Jay F. and Daniel R. Griffith 
1985 Late Woodland Ceramics of Delaware: Implications for the Late Prehistoric Archaeology of Northern North America. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 55 (3): 5-20.
Custer Jay F., Joseph M. McNamara, and H. Henry Ward
1983 Woodland Ceramic Sequences of the Upper Delmarva Peninsula and Southeastern Pennsylvania. Maryland Archeology 19 (2): 21-30.
Custer, J. F., S.C. Watson, and C.A. DeSantis
1986 Archaeological Investigation of the Churchman’s Marsh Area. University of Delaware Center for Archeological Research Monograph No. 5. Newark, Delaware.
Custer, Jay F., Scott C. Watson and Daniel N. Bailey
1996 A Summary of Phase III Data Recovery Excavations at the West Water Street Site (36CN175), Lock Haven, Clinton County, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 66: 1:1-53.
Dent, Richard J., Jr.
1995 Chesapeake Prehistory: Old Traditions New Directions. Plenum Press, New York.
Dent, Richard J. Jr., and Christine A. Jirikowic
1990 Preliminary Report of Archaeological Investigations at the Hughes Site. Potomac River Archaeological Survey, Department of Anthropology, American University, Washington, D.C.
Dragoo, Don W.
1963  Mounds for the Dead: An Analysis of the Adena Culture. Annals of the Carnegie Museum, vol. 37.
Dragoo, Don W.
1956 Excavations at the Watson Site 46HK34, Hancock County, West Virginia.  Pennsylvania Archaeologist 26 (2):59-88.
Ebright, Carol A.
1994  Phase I and II Archeological Survey and Testing of the Aud Site (18ST634) Maryland Routes 5 and 246 Wetland Mitigation Area St. Mary’s County, Maryland. State Highway Administration Archeological Report No. 89.
Egloff, Keith, and Stephen R. Potter
1982 Indian Ceramics from Coastal Plain Virginia. Archeology of Eastern North America 10: 95-117.
Evans, Clifford
1955 A Ceramic Study of Virginia Archaeology, Bulletin 160, Bureau of American Ethnology, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
Falk, Carole P.
1983 Cordage Impressed on Potomac Creek Pottery: Decoding the Corded Style, Motifs, and the Methods of Pattern Manufacture. Maryland Archeology 19 (2): 1 – 20.
Fiedel, Stuart J.
1999 US 50 From MD 18 to MD 404, Queen Anne's County, Maryland. State Highway Administration Archeological Report No. 180.
Fogel, Heidy, Dennis Knepper, and Michael Petraglia
1994 Archaeological Excavations at the Kettering Park Site (18PR174) Prince George’s County, Maryland. State Highway Administration Archeological Report No. 78. 
Gardner, William M.
1982 Early and Middle Woodland in the Middle Atlantic: An Overview. American Indian Archaeological Institute Occasional Paper No. 3: 53-86.
Garrahan, Francis D.
1990  Airport II: A Clemson Island/Owasco Settlement on the North Branch of the Susquehanna River. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 60 (1): 1-31.
Geier, Clarence R.
1985 An Ode to a 1000 Piece Puzzle: The Comparative Anatomy of Four Early Late Woodland Huffman  Phase Ceramic Assemblages. Archaeological Society of Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 40:65-107.
George, Richard L.
1983 The Gnagey Site and the Monongahela Occupation of the Somerset Plateau Pennsylvania Archaeologist 53(4):1-97.
Gleach, F. W.
1985 A compilation of radiocarbon dates with applicability to central Virginia. Quarterly Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Virginia 40:180-200.
Griffith, Daniel R.
1982 Prehistoric Ceramics in Delaware (An Overview). Archaeology of Eastern North America 10: 46-68.
Griffith Daniel R. and Richard E. Artusy
1977 Middle Woodland Ceramics from Wolfe Neck, Sussex County, Delaware. The Archeolog 28 (1): 1-28.
Gross, J. Ivor
1972 Chickadee Rock Shelter (18WA13): The Excavation of a Small Rock Shelter in Washington County, Maryland. Master’s thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Maryland, College Park.
Heisey, Henry
1971 An Interpretation of Shenks Ferry Ceramics. Pennsylvania Archaeologist, 41 (4): 44 –70.
Herbert, Joseph M.
1994 Thomas Point (18ST570) Emerging Late Woodland Traditions in Southern Maryland. Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum Occasional Papers No. 5, Annapolis, MD.
Hodges, M. E. N.
1991 Middle and Late Woodland Settlement at Great Neck Site 44VB7 in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Master’s Thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee.
Holmes, William Henry
1903 Aboriginal pottery of the Eastern United States. U.S. Bureau of Ethnology, Washington, D. C.
Jirikowic, Christine A.
1999a Keyser Ware Ceramics at the Hughes Site and in the Potomac Basin.  Paper presented at the 1999 Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference.
1999b Final Report on the 1990, 1991, and 1994 Excavations at the Hughes Site (18MO1). Prepared  by the American University Potomac River Archaeology Survey, Washington D.C. for the Maryland Historical Trust, Office of Archeology, Crownsville, Maryland.
Johnson, William C.
1981  The Campbell Farm Site. Paper presented at the 4th Monongahela Conference, California State College, California, Pennsylvania.
Kavanagh, Maureen
1982 Archeological Resources of the Monocacy River Region, Frederick and Carroll Counties, Maryland. Maryland Geological Survey, Division of Archeology Field Report No. 216
1984 Phase II Archeological Investigations at the Paw Paw Site (18AG144) Allegany County, Maryland. Maryland Geological Survey, Division of Archeology Field Report No. 183.
Kavanagh, Maureen and Ebright, Carol
1988  Archeological Testing of Four Prehistoric Sites in Town Creek Valley, Allegany County, Maryland. State  Highway Administration Archeological Report No. 216.
Kent, Barry C.
2001 Susquehanna’s Indians. Anthropological Series No. 6, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg, PA.
Kinsey, W. Fred III
1960 Additional Notes on the Albert Ibaugh Site. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 30: 3-4.
Kinsey, W. Fred and Jeffrey Graybill
1971  The Murry Site and Its Role in Lancaster and Funk Phases of Shenks Ferry Culture. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 41: 4:7-44.
Klein, M. J.
1994 Results of Recent Radiocarbon Dating in Virginia. Archaeological Society of Virginia Quarterly Bulletin 49 (1): 17-24.
Koski-Karell, Daniel and Luis Ortiz
1986  Technical Report of the Archeological Investigations for the Solomons Island/Appeal Sewage Treatment Project, Calvert County, Maryland. Prepared for Calvert County Department of Public Facilities and Services.
Kraft, Herbert C.
2001 The Lenape-Delaware Indian Heritage: 10,000 BC to AD 2000. Lenape Books, Stanhope, NJ.
Lowery, Darrin
1996 Archaeological Survey Work on Maryland's Eastern Shore During the 1996 Field Season.  Report on file at the Maryland Historical Trust, Crownsville, MD.
MacCord, Howard, Richard Slattery, and Carl Schmitt
1955 The Shepard Site Study. Archaeological Society of Maryland Bulletin 1: 1-32.
Manson, Carl
1948 Marcey Creek Site: An Early Manifestation in the Potomac Valley. American Antiquity 13 (3): 223-227.
Manson, Carl, Howard A. MacCord and James B. Griffin
1944 The Culture of the Keyser Farm Site. In Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters 29, edited by Eugene S. McCarthy and Henry Van der Schalie. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor.
Marine, D., H. H. Hutchinson, O. H. Peets and J. L. Parsons
1965  Preliminary Report on a Shell Deposit in the Wolfe’s Neck Archeological Complex (7S-D10). The
Archeolog
17 (1): 1 – 17.
Mayer-Oakes, William J.
1955 Prehistory of the Upper Ohio Valley. Annals of the Carnegie Museum No. 34, Pittsburgh, PA.      
McCann, Catherine
1971 Notes on the Pottery of the Clemson and Book Mounds. In Foundations of Pennsylvania Prehistory,
edited by B. C. Kent et al., 419-423.
McLearen, D. C.
1990 Late Archaic and Early Woodland material culture in Virginia. In Late Archaic and Early Woodland Research in Virginia: A Synthesis, edited by T. R. Reinhart and M. E. Hughes, pp. 89-138. Council of Virginia Archaeologists, Richmond, VA.
1991 Phase III Archaeological Investigation of the 522 Bridge Site 44WR329 Warren County, Virginia. Virginia Commonwealth Archaeological Research Center, Richmond, VA.

McNamara, Joseph M.

1985 Excavations on Locust Neck: The Search for the Historic Indian Settlement in the Choptank Indian Reservation.  Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 1:87-95.
McNett, Charles W.
1974 The Archaeology of the Potomac River Valley. Manuscript.
Meissner, J. Francine
1978 A Potter’s Viewpoint of Susquehannock and Shenks Ferry Ceramic Wares. Masters Thesis, Department of Fine Arts, Antioch University, Columbia, Maryland.
Mouer, L. Daniel
1991 The Formation Transition in Virginia. In Late Archaic and Early Woodland Research in Virginia: A Synthesis, edited by T. R. Reinhart and M. E. Hughes, pp. 1-88. Council of Virginia Archaeologists, Richmond.
Norton, B., and E. A. Baird
1994 The Taft site: A Middle and Late Woodland assemblage from the Virginia coastal plain. Archaeology of Eastern North America 22: 89-133.
Peck, Donald W.
1979 Aboriginal Ceramics at the Obrecht Site (18AN113). Maryland Archeology 13 (1).
Potter, Stephen R.
1991 Commoners, Tribute, and Chiefs: The Development of Algonquian Culture in the Potomac Valley. University Press of Virginia , Charlottesville, VA.
Pousson, John F.
1983 Archaeological Investigations at the Moore Village Site. National Park Services, Denver Service Center.
Prezzano, Susan C.
1992  Longhouse, Village, and Palisade: Community Patterns at the Iroquoisa Southern Door. PhD dissertation, Dept of Anthropology, SUNY Binghamton.
Reeve, Stuart A. and Peter E. Seigel
1994 Phase III Data Recovery at the Aud Site (18ST634) St. Mary’s County, Maryland. State Highway Administration Archeological Report No. 111.Prepared by John Milner Associates, Inc., West Chester, Pennsylvania. 
Ritchie, William A.
1944 The Pre-Iroquoian Occupations of New York State. Memoir 1, Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences, Rochester.
Ritchie, William A.
1955 Recent Discoveries Suggesting an Early Woodland Burial Cult in the Northeast. New York State Museum and Science Service Circular No. 40, Albany.
Ritchie, William A.
1965 The Archaeology of New York State. The Natural History Press, Garden City, N.Y.
Ritchie, William A. and Richard S. MacNeish
1949 The Pre-Iroquoian Pottery of New York State. American Antiquity 15 (2): 97-124.
Sassaman, Kenneth E.
1999 A Southeastern Perspective on Soapstone Vessel Technology in the Northeast. In The Archaeological Northeast, edited by M.A. Levine, K.E. Sassaman, and M.S. Nassaney, pp. 75-96.  Bergin & Garvey, Westport, CT.
Schmitt, Karl
1952 An Archaeological Chronology of the Middle Atlantic States. In Archaeology of the Eastern United States, edited by James B. Griffin, editor, University of Chicago Press.
Sinopoli, Carla M.
1991 Approaches to Archaeological Ceramics. Plenum Press, New York and London.
Slattery, Richard G.
1946 A Prehistoric  Indian Site of Selden Island, Montgomery County, Maryland.  Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 36 (8): 262-266.
Slattery, Richard G. and Douglas R. Woodward
1992 The Montgomery Focus: A Late Woodland Potomac River Culture. Archeological Society of Maryland, Inc., Bulletin 2.
Smith, Ira and Jeffrey Graybill
1977 A Report on the Shenks Ferry and Susquehannock Components at the Funk Site, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Man in the Northeast 13:45-65.
Spence, M.W., R.H. Pihl, and C.R. Murphy
1990 Cultural Complexes of the Early and Middle Woodland Periods. In The Archaeology of Southern Ontario to A.D. 1650, edited by C. J. Ellis and N. Ferris, 125-169. Occasional Publication of the London Chapter, Ontario Archaeological Society, London, Ontario.
Stearns, Richard E.
1940 The Hughes Site, An Aboriginal Village Site on the Potomac River in Montgomery County, Maryland. Proceedings of the Natural History Society of Maryland No. 6.
Stephenson, Robert. L.,  Alice L. Ferguson  and Henry G. Ferguson
1963 The Accokeek Creek Site: A Middle Atlantic Seaboard Culture Sequence. Anthropological Papers, Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, No. 20, Ann Arbor
Steponaitis, Laurie Cameron
1980 A Survey of Artifact Collections From the Patuxent River Drainage, Maryland. Maryland Historical Trust Monograph Series No. 1. Annapolis, MD.
Stewart, R. Michael
1980  Prehistoric Settlement and Subsistence Patterns and the Testing of Prehistoric Site Location Models in the Great Valley of Maryland. Doctoral dissertation, Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor, MI.
1982 Prehistoric Ceramics of the Great Valley of Maryland. Archaeology of Eastern North America 10:69-94.
1998 Ceramics and Delaware Valley Prehistory: Insights from the Abbott Farm. Trenton Complex Archaeology Report 14. Report prepared for the Federal Highway Administration and the New Jersey Department of Transportation by Louis Berger and Associates, Inc.
Stewart, T. Dale
1992 Archaeological Exploration of Patawomeke: The Indian Town (44ST2) Ancestral to the One (44ST1) Visited in 1608 by Captain John Smith. Contributions to Anthropology No. 36. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C.
Vokes, Harold E., and Jonathan Edwards, Jr.
1974 Geography and Geology of Maryland. Department of Natural Resources, Maryland Geological Survey Bulletin 19. (revised edition)
Wall, Robert D.
1989 A Preliminary Archaeological Data Base for the Maryland Coal Region.  Report on file at the Maryland Historical Trust, Crownsville, MD.
1992 Notes on an Early Woodland Feature from the Barton Complex (18AG8), Allegany County, Maryland. Maryland Archeology 28 (1):13.
1993a Phase III Data Recovery Excavations: Sites 18AG167 and 18AG168. Prepared for the Federal Bureau of Prisons by Louis Berger and Associates, Inc.
1993b Stratigraphy and Sequence in the South Branch of the Upper Potomac Valley,  Moorefield and Petersburg, West Virginia. Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 9: 49- 66.
1995 Phase I Intensive Archaeological Investigations at the I-68/ US219 Keysers Ridge Leaching Pond Sites Garrett County, Maryland. State Highway Administration Archaeological Report No. 112.
1996  Phase IB Intensive Archaeological Investigations US Route 113 at Maryland Route 90 Worchester County, Maryland. State Highway Administration Archaeological Report No. 148.
2000 Phase I Intensive Archaeological Investigations at the MD 495/MD 948 Intersection Garrett County, Maryland. State Highway Administration Archaeological Report No. 223.
2001 Late Woodland Ceramics and Native Populations of the Upper Potomac Valley. Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 17:15-37.
Wall, R., P. Pendleton, M. Bowers, J. Bedell, and C. Lee Decker
2000 Phase II Archaeological Excavations on the Ford Farm Site, locus E (7K-C-386E), and Phase I Investigation of Scarborough Road Stormwater Basins/Stockpile Areas and Wetland Replacement Areas, Kent County, Delaware. DelDOT report prepared by Louis Berger and Associates.
Wanser, Jeffrey C.
1982 A Survey of Artifact Collections from Central Southern Maryland. Maryland Historical Trust Manuscript Series 23.  Maryland Historical Trust and Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Annapolis.
Waselkov, G. A.
1982 Shellfish Gathering and Shell Midden Archaeology. Doctoral dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, North Carolina. University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor, MI.
Wise, Cara
1975 A Proposed Early to Middle Woodland Ceramic Sequence for the Delmarva Peninsula. Maryland Archeology 11 (1): 21 – 29.
Witthoft, John, and S. S. Farver
1952 Two Shenks Ferry Sites in Lebannon County, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Archaeologist, 22 (1).
Woodward, Douglas and George Phebus Jr.
1973 The Piscataway Site: A Stratified Woodland Site in Tidewater Maryland (18PR7) Prince George’s County, MD. Manuscript on file, Maryland Historical Trust, Crownsville, MD.
Wren, Christopher
1914 North Appalachian Indian Pottery. Proceedings of the Wyoming Historical and Geographical Society. Wilkes-Barre, PA.
Wright, Henry T.
1973  An Archeological Sequence in the Middle Chesapeake, Maryland. Maryland Geological Survey Archeological Studies No. 1. Washington, D.C.
Back to Top
Maryland Historical Trust logo links to the MHT website. Maryland Historical Trust logo links to the MHT website. Maryland Department of Planning logo links to the MDP website Maryland Department of Planning logo links to the MDP website