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1986  A Dated Brewerton Component in Armstrong County, Pennsylvania.  Pennsylvania Archaeologist 56(1-2):12-20.
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1981 A Tale of Two Sites or Big Sandy Begins to Speak.  Journal of Alabama Archaeology 27(2):73-116.
Herbert, Joseph M.
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1955 An Analysis of Projectile Points and Large Blades.  In A Ceramic Study of Virginia Archeology, by Clifford Evans.  Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC.
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1989 Patuxent Stemmed Point Type.  The Chesopiean 27(1):27-31.
1992 Lithic Technology in the Middle Potomac River Valley of Maryland and Virginia.  Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York.
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1989  Guide to the Identification of Virginia Projectile Points.  Archeological Society of Virginia Special Publication n. 17.
1989 The Chesapeake Diamond Projectile Point Type.  The Chesopiean 27(1):11-14.
Hranicky, William Jack and Charles S. Herndon
1991  The Cornelius Projectile Point.  The Chesopiean 29(1):19-21.
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2008 Establishing a Radiocarbon Date Based Framework for Northeastern Virginia        Archeology.  Quarterly Bulletin of the Archeological Society of Virginia 63(4): 187-290.
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2008 Brewerton Eared-Notched Point.  Maryland Archeology 44(1):37-38.
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1968 New Dates for the Archaic.  Quarterly Bulletin of the Archeological Society of        Virginia 22(4): 172.
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1978 An Analysis of Lithic Material from the Williamson Site.  Quarterly Bulletin of the Archeological Society of Virginia 33(2):61-64.
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Justice, Noel 
1987 Stone Age Spear and Arrow Points of the Midcontinental and Eastern United States: A Modern Survey and Reference.  Indiana University Press, Bloomington.
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2000 Archaic Period Triangular Bifaces in the Middle Atlantic Region: Technological and Functional Considerations.  M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, Temple University, Philadelphia.
Kavanagh, Maureen
1982  Archeological Resources of the Monocacy River Region, Frederick and Carroll Counties, Maryland: Final Report.  Maryland Geological Survey, Division of Archeology, File Report 164.
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.
Keel, Bennie C.
1976 Cherokee Archaeology: A Study of the Appalachian Summit.  University of             Tennessee Press, Knoxville.
Kent, Barry C.
1996  Piney Island and the Archaic of Southeastern Pennsylvania.  Pennsylvania             Archaeologist 66(2):1-42.
Kinsey, W. Fred, III
1959 Recent Excavations on Bare Island in Pennsylvania: The Kent-Hally Site. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 29(3-4):109-133.
1972 Archeology in the Upper Delaware Valley: A Study of the Cultural Chronology of the Tocks Island Reservoir.  The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.
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Kneberg, Madeline
1956 Some Important Projectile Point Types Found in the Tennessee Area.  
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Kraft, Herbert C.
1975 The Archaeology of the Tocks Island Area.  Archaeological Research Center, Seton Hall University Museum, South Orange, NJ.
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1991 Excavation of the Indian Creek V Site (18PR94), Prince George’s County, Maryland.  Report prepared for Wallace Roberts & Todd and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority by Louis Berger and Associates, Inc.
Lewis, Thomas M.N. and Madeline Kneberg
1955 The A. L. LeCroy Collection.  Tennessee Archaeologist 11(2):75-82.
Lewis, Thomas M.N. and Madeline Kneberg Lewis
1961  Eva: An Archaic Site.  University of Tennessee Study in Anthropology, Knoxville.
Lindstrom, Bruce and Kenneth W. Stevenson
1987 Lithic Artifacts from the Anderson Site, 40WM9.  Tennessee Anthropologist 12:1-50.
Lothrop, Jonathan C. and Brad Koldehoff
1994 Archaic Settlement in the Lower Delaware Valley.  Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 10:105-124.
Lowery, Darrin
1989 The Paw Paw Cove Paleo-Indian Site Complex, Talbot County, Maryland.             Archaeology of Eastern North America 17:143-163.
1992  The Distribution and Function of Prehistoric Sites within the Lower Bay Hundred District, Talbot County, Maryland.  Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 8:11-40.
1995  The Distribution of Isolated Adena Related Artifacts on Maryland's Portion of the Delmarva Peninsula.  MHT Library # CA 11
2002 A Time of Dust: Archaeological and Geomorphological Investigations at the Paw Paw Cove Paleo-Indian Site Complex in Talbot County, Maryland.  Chesapeake Bay Watershed Archaeological Research Foundation, Tilghman, MD.
2003 Investigating Clovis on the Delmarva Peninsula.  Mammoth Trumpet 19(1):10-14.
2012 The Delmarva Adena Complex: A Study of the Frederica Site, Kent County,         Delaware.  Archaeology of Eastern North America 40:27-58.
2013 Jack’s Reef in the Chesapeake and Delmarva Region: Research into the Coastal Archaeology of the Era Between Circa Cal A.D. 480 and Cal. A. D. 900.         Archaeology of Eastern North America 41:5-30.
Lowery, Darrin L. and Daniel P. Wagner
2012 Geochemical Impacts to Prehistoric Iron-Rich Siliceous Artifacts in the Nearshore Coastal Zone.  Journal of Archaeological Science 39:690-697.
Luckenbach, Al
2011a Two Dated Archaic Period Hearths from Pig Point (18AN50).  Maryland Archeology 47(1):31-34.
2011b Hopewellian Isolates from Anne Arundel County, Maryland.  Maryland Archeology 47(2):15-21.
2013 A “Delmarva Adena” Mortuary Complex at Pig Point on the Patuxent River, Maryland.  Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 29:1-22.
Luckenbach, Al, Jessie Grow, and Shawn Sharpe
2010 Archaic Period Triangular Points from Pig Point, Anne Arundel County, Maryland.  Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 26:165-180.
Luedtke, Barbara E.
1992 An Archaeologist’s Guide to Chert and Flint.  Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles.
Mayr, Thomas
1972 Selby Bay in Retrospect.  Maryland Archeology 8(1):2-3.
MacCord, Howard A.
1970  Beginners’ Guide to Indian Projectile Point of Eastern Virginia.  Virginia State Library.
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Miller, Patricia E.
1998 Lithic Projectile Point Technology and Raw Material Use in the Susquehanna River Valley.  In The Archaic Period in Pennsylvania: Hunter-Gatherers of the Early and Middle Holocene Period.  Edited by Paul A. Raber, Patricia E. Miller, and Sarah M. Neusius. Recent Research in Pennsylvania Archaeology No. 1, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Harrisburg.
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1902 Excavations of the Adena Mound.  Ohio Archaeological and Historical Publications10: 452-479.
Mouer, L. Daniel
1986 Archaeology in Henrico: Investigations of the Archaeological Research Center Virginia Commonwealth University, Volume 2.  Richmond.
Mouer, L. Daniel, Robin L. Ryder and Elizabeth G. Johnson
1981 The Elk Island Tradition: An Early Woodland Regional Society in the Virginia Piedmont.  Quarterly Bulletin of the Archeological Society of Virginia, 36(1-2):49-76.
Mounier, R. Alan and John W. Martin
1994 For Crying Out Loud!: News About Teardrops.  Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 10:125-140.
Oliver, Billy L.
1981 The Piedmont Tradition: Refinement of the Savannah River Stemmed Point Type. M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
1985 Tradition and Typology: Basic Elements of the Carolina Projectile Point Sequence. In Structure and Process in Southeastern Archaeology.  Edited by Roy S. Dickens, Jr. and H. Trawick Ward.  University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.
Painter, Floyd E.
1964 The Angelico Projectile Point.  The Chesopiean 2(3):62-64.
1970 The Nottoway River Projectile Point.  The Chesopiean 8(1):21-26.
1982 One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Treasure: A Study in Discarded Tools and       Weapons.  The Chesopiean 20(5-6):17-37.
1991 The Faison Basal-Snapped Projectile Point.  The Chesopiean 29(1):22-25.
Painter, Floyd and William Jack Hranicky
1989 The Moyock Projectile Point.  The Chesopiean 27(2):24-26.
Potter, Stephen R.
1993 Commoners, Tribute, and Chiefs: The Development of Algonquian Culture in the    Potomac Valley.  University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville.
Reeve, Stuart A.
1992 Changes in Time: A Seriation Chronology for Southern Maryland Projectile Points.  Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 8:107-137.
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.
1959 The Stony Brook Site and its Relation to Archaic and Transitional Cultures on Long Island.  New York State Museum and Science Service Bulletin 372.  Albany.
1971 A Typology and Nomenclature for New York Projectile Points.  New York State Museum and Science Service Bulletin 384.  Albany.
Ritchie, William A. and Robert E. Funk
1971 Evidence for Early Archaic Occupations on Staten Island.  Pennsylvania Archaeologist 41(3):45-60.
Robinson, Johnna and Lynne Bulhack
2006 An Analysis of Fabric Impressions on the Surfaces of Early Mockley Sherds from Point Lookout State Park, Maryland (18ST728 and 18ST729). Maryland Archeology 42(1):1-8.
Sassaman, Kenneth E.
1993 Early Pottery in the Southeast: Tradition and Innovation in Cooking Technology.    The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.
Scully, Edward G.
1951 Some Central Mississippi Valley Projectile Point Types.  Mimeographed paper,      Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
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2004 Phase II and III Archeological Investigations in a Portion of Site 18PR131, Prince George’s County, Maryland.  Report prepared by John Milner Associates for Land & Commercial, Inc.
Soday, Frank J.
1954 The Quad Site, a Paleo-Indian Village in Northern Alabama.  Tennessee Archaeologist 10(1):1-20.
Sperling, Stephanie Taleff
2008 The Middle Woodland Period in Central Maryland: A Fresh Look at Old Questions.  Maryland Archeology 44(1):22-36.
Staats, F. Dayton
1986 Function of the Perkiomen Broad Point: Another Point of View.  Pennsylvania      Archaeologist v. 56(1-2): 37-41.
1998 A Hardaway Side-Notched Point from Warren County.  Bulletin of the    Archaeological Society of New Jersey 53:114-115.
Stephenson, Robert L. and Alice L.L. Ferguson
1963 The Accokeek Creek Site: A Middle Atlantic Seaboard Culture Sequence. University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology, Anthropological Papers n. 20, Ann Arbor.
Steponaitis, Laurie C.
1980 A Survey of Artifact Collections from the Patuxent River Drainage, Maryland. Maryland Historical Trust Monograph Series 1.  Maryland Historical Trust and Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Annapolis, MD.
1986 Prehistoric Settlement Patterns in the Lower Patuxent Drainage, Maryland.  Ph.D. dissertation, State University of New York at Binghamton.
Stewart, R. Michael
1980 Prehistoric Settlement and Subsistence Patterns and the Testing of Predictive Site Location Models in the Great Valley of Maryland.  Ph.D. dissertation, Catholic University of America.
1984 Archaeologically Significant Characteristics of Metarhyolites.  In Prehistoric Lithic Exchange Systems in the Middle Atlantic Region.  Edited by Jay F. Custer.  University of Delaware Center for Archaeological Research Monograph 3.
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2011 New Perspectives on Meadowood Trade Items.  American Antiquity 76(1):41-80.
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1981 Archaeological Investigations at the Delaware Park Site.  Report prepared for the Delaware Department of Transportation, Dover.
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1975 Report of the Excavation at UMBC Site 18-BA-71. Miscellaneous Papers No. 10, Archeological Society of Maryland.
Voigt, Eric
2004 Archaeological Data Recovery at the Brook Run Jasper Quarry (Site 44CU122),
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1991 Early to Middle Archaic Period Occupations in Western Maryland: A Preliminary Model.  Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 7:53-66.
1992 Lithic Resource Utilization in Western Maryland Prehistory.  Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 8:1-10.
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.
2001 Late Woodland Ceramics and Native Populations of the Upper Potomac Valley. Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 17:15-37.
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1996 The Lithic Technology of the Trenton Complex.  Trenton Complex Archaeology      Report 13.  The Cultural Resource Group, Louis Berger & Associates, East Orange, N J.  Prepared for the New Jersey Department of Transportation.
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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.
Ward, Henry H.
1984 Archaeological Investigations of a Lithic Reduction Activity Area, Herring Island (18CE146), Cecil County, Maryland.  North American Archaeologist 5:45-61.
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1999 Time Before History: The Archaeology of North Carolina.  The University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill.
Waselkov, Gregory A.
1982 Shellfish Gathering and Shell Midden Archaeology.  Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
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Wesler, Kit W.
1983 Typology and Sequence in the Maryland Archaic.  Southeastern Archaeology 2(1):21-29.
Wingerson Roberta and Richard Wingerson
1974 The Hunter Brook Rockshelter.  Bulletin of the New York State Archaeological Association 68:19-28.
Witthoft, John
1953 Broad Spearpoints and the Transitional Period Cultures in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Archaeologist 23(1):4-31.
1959 Notes on the Archaic of the Appalachian Region.  American Antiquity 25(1):79-85.
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1973 An Archeological Sequence in the Middle Chesapeake Region, Maryland.  Maryland Geological Survey Archaeological Studies, n. 1.  Baltimore.
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