Archeology in Northwoods Wisconsin
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Comprehensive References****. Wisconsin Archeologist. Milwaukee, . View Full EntryBehm, Jeffery. Wisconsin Archaeology, Syllabus and Course Schedule. [Unic. of Wis. Oshkosh, Spring Semester, 2007] Oshkosh, 2007. View Full EntryBruhy and Wackman. Test Excavations at the Butternut Lake Site. [The Wisconsin Archeologist, Vol. 61, #4, New Series, Dec. 1980] 1980. View Full EntryEgan-Bruhy and Bruhy. Zarling Lake Site (47 FR-186): A Northern Oneota Site in Forest County, Wisconsin.. [Wis Arch News, 2:2, 2000, p 3] Milwaukee, 2000. View Full EntryNewell, Lenny. Cultural Resources Surveys: What, Why, So What?. [Proceedings of the 218h Annual Meeting of the Forest History Assn. of WI, Sept. 25-26, 1993.] Antigo, 1993. View Full EntryRitzenthaler, Robert. Vilas County Serpent Mound. [Wisconsin Archeologist, Vol. 28, No. 3, Sept. 1947] Milwaukee, 1947. View Full Entry
Major References****. Wis Arch News. [1:1 (1999) ff.] Milwaukee, 1999. View Full EntryBirmingham and Eisenberg. Indian Mounds of Wisconsin. Madison, 2000. View Full EntryBruhy, Mark. Archaelogy Around Wisconsin, Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest . [Wisconsin Archeologist, Vol. 91, #1, Jan-June, 2010, pp. 133-7.] Milwaukee, 2010. View Full EntryDewdney & Kidd. Indian Rock Paintings of the Great Lakes. [Published for the Quetico Foundation] Toronto, 1967. View Full EntryHunzicker, David. Little Rice Lake Site. [Wis. Archeologist, 83:1, Jan-June 2002, pp. 45-62.] Milwaukee, 2002. View Full EntryJalbert, Andrew. Wisconsin's Ancient Canoes. [Wis Arch News 3:1, 2001, p. 6] Milwaukee, 2000. View Full EntryKolasa, Karen. Forest Service Conducts Archaeological Study Along Butternut Lake Shoreline. [Vilas County News-Review, Aug. 4, 2004, p. 1B] Eagle River, 2004. View Full EntryMoffat and Speth. Rainbow Dam. [Wisconsin Archeologist, 80:2, 1999, pp. 111-159.] Milwaukee, 1999. View Full EntryWisconsin Archeological Society. Index Issue. [Wisconsin Archeologist 81:1&2, Jan-Dec. 2000.] Milwaukee, 2000. View Full Entry
Minor References****. Chequamegon-Nicolet NF employee recipient of National Archeologist of the Year Award. [News and Events, Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, Release Date, September 2, 2009] Rhinelander, 2009. View Full Entry****. Lapham Research Medal Presented in 2011. [Wis Arch News, Vol. 11, #2, Fall, 2011, p. 13.] Milwaukee, 2011. View Full Entry (Full text available)Bruhy, Mark. Archaeology Around Wisconsin: Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. [Wisconsin Archeologist, Vol. 92, #1, Jan-June, 2011, pp. 77-79.] Milwaukee, 2011. View Full Entry