Archaeology Publications

Curator Emerita Mary Adair

Adair, Mary J. 2012 — Refining Plains Woodland Chronology. Plains Anthropologist 57 (223): 183–228.

Roper, Donna C. and Mary J. Adair 2012 — Additional AMS Radiocarbon Age Determinations for the Central Plains Tradition. Plains Anthropologist 57 (221): 31–38.

Roper, Donna C. and Mary J. Adair 2012 — Interpreting AMS Radiocarbon Age Determinations from Selected Central Plains Tradition Sites.  Plains Anthropologist 56 (217): 3-22.

Adair, Mary J. and Richard R. Drass 2010 — Patterns of Plant Use in the Prehistoric Central and Southern Plains. Edited by Bruce D. Smith, Chapter 12 in Subsistence Economies of Indigenous North American Societies: pp. 307–352. Rowman Littlefield, Lanham Maryland.

Adair, Mary J., Donna C. Roper, and Jack L. Hofman 2008 —  Kitkahahki Archaeology: A Return to the Pawnee Indian Village Site. Kansas Preservation 30 (5): 13-17. Newsletter of the Cultural Resources Division, Kansas Historical Society, Topeka.

Adair, Mary J. 2006 —  Plains Plants. In Environment, Origins, and Population, Volume of the Handbook of North American Indians. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington DC.

Adair, Mary J. 2006 —  Paleoethnobotanical Research in Kansas. In Kansas Archaeology, 10,000 B.C. to the mid-1800s, edited by Robert J. Hoard and William E. Banks. Pp. 248-264. University Press of Kansas, Lawrence.

Adair, Mary J. 2006 — Great Plains Paleoethnobotany.  In People and Plants in Ancient North America, edited by Paul Minnis. Pp. 258-346. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.

Adair, Mary J. 2000 — Tobacco on the Plains: Historical Use, Ethnographic Accounts and Archaeological Evidence. In Tobacco Use by Native North Americans: Sacred Smoke and Silent Killer, edited by Joseph C. Winter. Pp. 171–184. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman.

Research Affiliate, Retired Curator Sandra Olsen

Allard, F., D. Erdenebaatar, S. Olsen, A. Cavalla, and E. Maggiore 2007 — Ritual and Horses in Bronze Age and Present-day Mongolia: Some Preliminary Observations from Khanuy Valley. In L. Popova, C. Hartley, and A. Smith (eds.), Social Orders and Social Landscapes: Proceedings of the 2005 University of Chicago Conference on Eurasian Archaeology. Pp.151-167. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press.

Olsen, S.L.  2013 —  Stories in the Rocks: Exploring Saudi Arabian Rock Art.  Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, PA.  Photography by Richard T. Bryant.  236 pp.

Olsen, S.L.  and C.L. Culbertson  2010 — A Gift from the Desert:  The Art, History and Culture of the Arabian Horse.  International Museum of  the Horse, Lexington, KY.  231 pp.

Olsen, S.L. , S. Grant, A. Choyke, and L. Bartosiewicz, (eds.)  2006 — Horses and Humans: The Evolution of the Human-Equine Relationship.  BAR, International Series 1560, Oxford.  375 pp.

Olsen, S.L. 2006 — Early Horse Domestication on the Eurasian Steppe. In M. A. Zeder, D.G. Bradley, E. Emshwiller, and B. D. Smith, Documenting Domestication: New Genetic and Archaeological Paradigms. Pp. 245-269.  Berkeley: University of California Press.

Outram, A; N. Stear; R. Bendrey; S. Olsen; A. Kasparov; D.Chivall; V.  Zaibert; N.Thorpe and R. Evershed  2009 — Earliest Horse Harnessing and Milking in the Eneolithic of Prehistoric Eurasia, Science 323: 1332-1335.