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Upper Republican and Itskari Cultures

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References: 

Donald J. Blakeslee, “What Do You Mean Upper Republican?” in Medicine Creek: Seventy Years of Archaeological Investigations, ed. Donna C. Roper (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2002).

John Ludwickson, “Central Plains Tradition Settlements in the Loup River Basin: The Loup River Phase,” in Central Plains Tradition: Internal Development and External Relationships, ed. Donald J. Blakeslee (Office of the State Archaeologist of Iowa City, Report 11, 1978).

Michael K. Page, “The High Plains Upper Republican Reconsidered: Stylistic and Petrographic Analyses of Central Plains Tradition Ceramics from the High Plains” (MA thesis, University of Wyoming, 2009).

Donna C. Roper, “Artifact Assemblage Composition and the Hunting Camp Interpretation of High Plains Upper Republican Sites,” Southwestern Lore 56 (Winter 1990).

Donna C. Roper, “100o W Longitude: Exploring Cultural Dynamics at the Western Edge of the Central Plains Tradition,” Central Plains Archaeology 11 (2009).

Laura Scheiber and Charles A. Reher, “The Donovan Site (5LO204): An Upper Republican Animal Processing Camp on the High Plains,” Plains Anthropologist 52 (August 2007).

Additional Information: 

Guy Gibbon, ed., Archaeology of Prehistoric Native America: An Encyclopedia (New York: Garland Publishing, 1998).

David J. Wishart, "Pawnees," Encyclopedia of the Great Plains (University of Nebraska–Lincoln, 2011).

Waldo R. Wedel, "Plains Village Tradition: Central," in Plains, ed. Raymond J. DeMallie, Handbook of North American Indians 13, pt. 1 (Washington, DC: Smithsonian Insitution Press, 2001).

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