Knife River (Geographic Keyword)

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Acculturation in the Middle Missouri Valley As Reflected In Modified Bone Assemblages (1993)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Timothy Weston.

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Charles McKenzie's Narratives of the "Mississouri Indians:" A New Transcription (1980)
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The documents that follow are new literal transcriptions of several handwritten narratives describing the experiences and observations of Charles McKenzie among the Hidatsa and Mandan Indians from 1804 to 1806. They were originally published in 1889-90 by Louis Francois Rodrigue Masson as part of a collection of first-hand accounts of the fur trading operations of the North west Company (Masson 1960). These transcriptions are an interim product of a larger, in-progress study undertaken by W....


Ethnohistoric Problems In the Crow-Hidatsa Separation (1979)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jeffery R. Hanson.

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Flint Quarries On Knife River (1936)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lewis F. Crawford.

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IDENTIFICATION OF CHARCOAL FROM THE ELBEE VILLAGE SITE (32ME408), NORTH DAKOTA (2011)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kathryn Puseman.

Charcoal from the fill of a basin-shaped hearth at the Elbee Village site (32ME408) was submitted for identification. This hearth was exposed in an erosional cutbank of the Knife River and contained an abundance of charcoal. The Elbee site is an extensive earthlodge village in west-central North Dakota dating to the A.D. 1500s. The hearth was found away from and stratigraphically below the level of the village and might reflect an earlier occupation of the area.


Magnetic Survey of the Southern Portion of the Elbee Site (32ME408), Mercer County, North Dakota (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Steven L. De Vore.

Between September 11 and September 15, 2006, Midwest Archeological Center (MWAC) staff conducted magnetic geophysical investigations at the Elbee Site (32ME408) within Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site (KNRI). This was part of a multiple phase archeological project to assess the archeological record of the Elbee Site that has been dramatically impacted by erosion of the vertical cutbank along the Knife River in the northern portion of the site. Initially, a magnetic survey was...


A New Transcription of Alexander Henry's Account of a Visit to the Mandan and Hidatsa Indians in 1806 (1980)
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One of the most detailed and illuminating primary accounts of the fur trading operations of the North West Company is the daily journal kept by Alexander Henry, one of the company's employees and partner, from 1799 until his untimely death in 1814. Henry's original diary is now lost, but a copy of it survives in the Public Archives of Canada in the form of a handwritten copy purportedly made by one George Coventry in 1824. Elliott Coues edited and published the journal in 1897 under the title,...


Patination of Knife River Flint Artifacts (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Julieann Van Nest.

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