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Archaeology at Iowaville, the 1765–1820 Báxoje (Ioway) Tribe Village on the Des Moines River (2013)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 428201] Cynthia L. Peterson. Steven De Vore. Anton Till.

Iowaville (13VB124), a Báxoje village, housed up to 800 people in southeast Iowa from 1765–1820. Known to archaeologists and collectors for its remarkable surface and metal detector finds––beads, silver ornaments, a large faunal assemblage, and nested copper base-metal kettles containing fur and uncharred seeds––little was known about the site’s preservation or lack thereof. The 2010 fieldwork goal was to assess site integrity in this cultivated farm field. The National Park Service assisted...


Archeology and Bioarcheology of the Northern Woodlands (1997)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 244337] Elizabeth D. Benchley. Blane Nansel. Clark A. Dobbs. Susan M. Thurston Myster. Barbara H. O'Connell.

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Draft Special Resource Study - Blood Run National Historic Landmark, Lyon County, Iowa & Lincoln County, South Dakota - Notice of Open House - Final Report -Transmitted to Congress (2000)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 363374] Anne M. Wolley Vawser.

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From People to Potsherds: Interpreting the Blood Run Site (1991)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 363617] Dale R. Henning.

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Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America