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C. Vance Haynes, Jr., “To Many She Was ‘The Queen,’” Mammoth Trumpet 9, no. 4 (September 1994).

Hannah Marie Wormington, Ancient Man in North America, 4th ed., Popular Series No. 4 (Denver: Denver Museum of Natural History, 1957).

Hannah Marie Wormington, Prehistoric Indians of the Southwest, 3rd ed., Popular Series No. 7 (Denver: Denver Museum of Natural History, 1956).

Hannah Marie Wormington, Reappraisal of the Fremont Culture with a Summary of the Archaeology of the Northern Periphery, Proceedings No. 1 (Denver: Denver Museum of Natural History, 1955).

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Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh, Stephen E. Nash, and Steven R. Holen, Crossroads of Culture: Anthropology Collections at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science (Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2010).

Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh, Stephen E. Nash, Steven R. Holen, and Marc N. Levine, “Unearthing the Human Experience,” in Denver’s Natural History Museum: A History, ed. Kirk Johnson et al., Annals No. 4 (Denver: Denver Museum of Nature & Science, 2013).

"Hannah 'Marie' Wormington-Volk," Colorado Women's Hall of Fame, n.d.

Stephen E. Nash, “Hannah Marie Wormington (1914–1994) and Cynthia Irwin-Williams (1936–1990),” in The Great Archaeologists, ed. Brian Fagan (London: Thames & Hudson, 2014).

Stephen E. Nash, “Woman, Myth, Legend: Hannah Marie Wormington and North American Archaeology,” Kiva 78, no. 3 (Fall 2013).

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