A Subject-oriented Bibliography:

The Like-A-Fishhook Village and Fort Berthold Archaeological Site Complex,

Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, North Dakota,


related references pertaining to

The Three Affiliated Tribes (Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara)






Arthur, George W. 1975. "An Introduction to the Ecology of Early Historic Communal Bison Hunting among the Northern Plains Indians." Archaeological Survey of Canada. Paper 37. Ottowa.

Artz, Joe Alan, and E. A. Bettis, editor. 1975. "Geological Contexts of the Early and Middle Holocene Archaeological Record in North Dakota and Adjoining Areas of the Northern Plains." Archaeological Geology of the Archaic Period in North America. Volume III, pp. 67-86. Special Paper 297. Geological Society of America: Boulder, Colorado.

Artz, Joe Alan, and Rolfe Mandel, editor. 2000. "Archaeology and the Earth Sciences on the Northern Plains: A Historical Perspective." Geoarchaeological Research on the Great Plains: A Historical Perspective. University of Oklahoma Press: Norman.

Bailey, Vernon. 1926. Biological Survey of North Dakota. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Biological Survey, North American Fauna, No. 49. Washington, D.C.

Bakken, Kent. 1995. "Lithic Raw Material Resources in Minnesota." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Minneapolis, May 3-7, 1995. Electronic version of the document is available online at the University of Minnesota Library. Site last updated July 2001. URL: http://www.tc.umn.edu/~bakk0029/MinnLith/index.html

Burgess, Robert L., W. Carter Johnson, and Warren R. Keammerer. 1973. "Vegetation of the Missouri River Floodplain in North Dakota." North Dakota State University, Water Resources Research: Fargo.

Chomko, Stephen A. 1976. "Faunal Exploitation in the Middle Missouri Variant." IN Fay Tolton and the Initial Missouri Variant. pp 35-41. Missouri Archaeological Society. Research Series 13. Edited by W. Raymond Wood. Missouri Archaeological Society: Columbia.

Clambey, Gary K. 1985. "Vegetation Baseline Study for the Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site." North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND.

Clayton, Lee, and Steven R. Moran, and William B. Bickley, Jr. 1976. Stratigraphy, Origin, and Climatic Implications of Late Quaternary Upland Silt in North Dakota. North Dakota Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Series 54. Grand Forks.

Dingman, R.I. and E.D. Gordon, editors. 1954. Geology and Ground Water Resources of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, North Dakota. United States Geological Survey, Water Supply Paper 1259. Washington.

Falk, Carl R. 1977. "Analyses of Unmodified Vertebrate Fauna from Sites in the Middle Missouri Subarea: A Review. Plains Anthropologist 22, no. 78, pt. 2; Memoir 13 (1977): 151-161. Plains Anthropological Society: Pierre.

Falk, C. R., H. A. Semken, Jr., L. M. Snyder, C. A. Angus, D. F. Morey, D. E. Olinger, and R. S. Rosenberg. n.d. "Inventory of Identified Vertebrate Specimens from Phase I Archeological Investigations at the Knife River Indian Village National Historic Site, Mercer County, North Dakota." Department of Anthropology, University of North Dakota: Grand Forks. Submitted to National Park Service, Midwest Archeological Center: Lincoln.

Fawcett, William B. 1988. "Changing Prehistoric Settlement Along the Middle Missouri River: Timber Depletion and Historical Context." Plains Anthropologist 33, no. 119 (1988): 67-94. Plains Anthropological Society: Pierre.

Gilmore, Melvin R. 1977. Uses of Plants by the Indians of the Missouri River Region. University of Nebraska Press: lincoln.

Griffin, David E. 1977. "Timber Procurement and Village Location in the Middle Missouri Subarea." Plains Anthropologist Vol. 22 Issue 78, Part 2, Memoir 13., pp. 177-185. Plains Anthropological Association: Pierre.

Holder, Preston. 1951. "The Role of Caddoan Horticulturalists in Culture History on the Great Plains." Doctoral Dissertation, Columbia University: New York.

Holder, Preston. 1970. The Hoe and The Horse on the Plains: A Study of Cultural Development Among North American Indians. University of Nebraska Press: Lincoln.

Hurt, Wesley R., Jr. 1969. "Seasonal Economic and Settlement Patterns of the Arikara." Plains Anthropologist 14, no. 43 (1969): 32-37. Plains Anthropological Society: Pierre.

Moran, Steven R., and M. Arndt, John P. Bluemle, M. Camara, Lee Clayton, M. M. Fenton, and others. 1976. "Quaternary Stratigraphy and History of North Dakota, Southern Manitoba, and Northeastern Minnesota." Quaternary Stratigraphy of North America, edited by W.C. Mahaney, pp. 133-158. Dowden, Hutchinson and Ross: Stroudsbury, PA.

Mulholland, Susan Collins. 1987. Phytolith Studies at Big Hidatsa, North Dakota. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Minnesota.

Nickel, Robert K. 1977. "The Study of Archaeologically Recovered Plant Materials from the Middle Missouri Subarea." Plains Anthropologist 22, no. 78, pt. 2; Memoir 13 (1977): 53-58. Plains Anthropological Society: Pierre.

Oliver, Symmes C. 1962. "Ecology and Cultural Continuity as Contributing Factors in the Social Organization of the Plains Indians." Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology, Volume 48 No. 1. University of California-Berkeley.

Orser, Charles E. 1984. “Trade Good Flow in Arikara Villages: Expanding Ray’s Middleman Hypothesis.” Plains Anthropologist, Volume 29, No. 103, pp. 1-9.

Orser, Charles E. and Larry L. Zimmermann. 1984. “A Computer Simulation of Euro-American trade Good Flow to the Arikara.”  Plains Anthropologist,. Volume 29, No. 105, pp. 199-207.

Severson, Keith E., and Don Kirby. 1999. "Ecosystem Variability in North Dakota East and North of the Missouri River, Prehistory to 1930: An Annotated Bibliography. Progress Report." Department of Animal and Range Sciences North Dakota State University: Fargo Online portable document format file available at URL: http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/nebraska/gpng/sng_eco_progress_report.pdf.

Stearn, Ester Angelica, and Allen Edwin Stearn. 1945. The Effect of Smallpox on the Destiny of the Amerinidian. Bruce Humphries, Publisher: Boston.

Trimble, Michael K. 1986 [1979]. An Ethnohistorical Interpretation of the Spread of Smallpox in the Northern Plains Utilizing Concepts of Disease Ecology. Reprints in Anthropology, Volume 33. J & L Reprint Company: Lincoln, NE.

Will, George F., and George E. Hyde. 1917. Corn among the Indians of the Upper Missouri. University of Nebraska Press: Lincoln.


Bibliography compiled by James [Jim] E. Landrum III. Last updated: March 5, 2002.