Volumes 1 through 10

1967–1976


VOlume 1, No. 1

Spring 1967

  • A Preliminary Bibliography of Washington Archaeology, Roderick Sprague


Volume 1, No. 2

Fall 1967

  • A Bibliography of Klamath Basin Anthropology, with Excerpts and Annotations—Revised Edition, B. K. Swartz, Jr.

 


Volume 2, No. 1

Spring 1968

  • Ceremonial Integration in the Plateau of Northwestern North America, Bill Brunton

  • Political Conflict on the Colville Reservation, John Alan Ross

  • Deprivation, Revitalization, and the Development of the Shaker Religion, John L. Schultz

  • Anthropological Papers Presented at the Northwest Scientific Association Meetings, 19241968, Roderick Sprague

  • Papers Presented at the First Twenty Annual Meetings of the Northwest Anthropological Conference, 19481967, Roderick Sprague

  • Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 21st Annual Meeting of the Northwest Anthropological Conference, Portland, 1968


  • American Anthropological Association Symposium on American Indian Fishing and Hunting Rights, Seattle, November, 1968.

  • The transcript of the round-table discussion of the Puyallup Tribe versus the Department of Game of the State of Washington, with Sol Tax (Organizer), Deward E. Walker, Jr., Gardner Brown, Marion Marx, Phileo Nash, George Dysart, Al Ziontz, Joe Muskrat, Nancy Lurie, Richard Pressy, Dick Laramie, Larry Coniff, Mike Johnson, and spokespersons for the Quinault, Yakima, Stillaguamish, Nooksack, Lower Nisqually, and Nez Perce tribes.

  • The Conflict over Nez Perce Hunting and Fishing Rights, James A. Baenen

  • Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Northwest Anthropological Conference, Victoria, 1969

  • First Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference Student Competition 1969

    • First—A Method of Locating Petrographic Sourcesnof Obsidian Artifacts, Roger L. Cherry

    • Second—Risk Taking by Fortune Deepsea Trawler Captains: Difference in Strategies of Maximization, John J. Cove

Volume 2, No. 2

Fall 1968


VOlume 3, No. 1

Spring 1969

  • A Statistical Analysis of Culture Change Among Fourteen Southern Plateau and Northeastern California Indian Groups, Jon F. Hofmeister

  • The Waiilatpuan Problem: More on Cayuse-Molala Relatability, Bruce Rigsby


Volume 3, No. 2

Fall 1969

  • Juvenile Cranial Deformation and Fluoridosis, Robert D. Redfield

  • Ethics in Anthropological Field Work—Symposium

  • The transcript of the symposium presented at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Northwest Anthropological Conference, Victoria, 1969, with Wilson Duff, Chairman, speakers Wayne Suttles, Barbara Efrat, and Charles E. Borden, and discussants Barbara Lane, Laurence Thompson, and Robert Greengo.

  • The Long Lost Program of the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Northwest Anthropological Conference, Victoria, 1954, Roderick Sprague

  • Current Archaeological Research on the NW Coast—Symposium

  • Site Survey in the Johnson Strait Region, Donald H. Mitchell

  • Yuquot, British Columbia: The Prehistory and History of a Nootkan Village, William J. Folan

  • Yuquot, British Columbia: The Prehistory and History of a Nootkan Village, John T. Dewhirst

  • Preliminary Culture Sequence from the Coast Tsimshian Area, British Columbia, George F. MacDonald

  • Discussion, Charles E. Borden, Donald H. Mitchell, William J. Folan, and George F. MacDonald


Volume 4, No. 1

Spring 1970

  • A Proposed Culture Typology for the Lower Snake River Region, Southeastern Washington, Frank C. Leonhardy and David G. Rice

  • Northwest Anthropological Conference Student Competition for Best Paper, 1970

    • First—A Functional Model for the Study of Modernization in a Mestizo Village of the Mesquital Valley, Hidalgo, Michael Thomas

    • Second—Resettlement in Newfoundland: A Displacement of Goals, Paul S. Dinham

  • Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Northwest Anthropological Conference, Corvallis, 1970

  • Cultural Relations Between the Plateau and Great Basin—Symposium

    • Introduction, Earl H. Swanson, Jr.

    • Toward the Recognition of Cultural Diversity in Basin-Plateau Prehistory, C. Melvin Aikens

    • Ecology in the Great Basin-Plateau Regions, Earl H. Swanson, Jr.

    • Basin-Plateau Cultural Relations in Light of Finds from Marmes Rockshelter in the Lower Snake River Region of the Southern Columbia Plateau, David G. Rice

    • Excavations on the Chilcotin Plateau: Three Sites, Three Phases, Donald H. Mitchell


Volume 4, no. 2

Fall 1970

  • Editorial: Sasquatch Research, Roderick Sprague

  • The Relationship of Aboriginal Nez Perce Settlement

  • Patterns to Physical Environmental and to Generalized Distribution of Food Resources, Madge L. Schwede

  • Ecological Sampling of Middens on the Northwest Coast, James J. Hester and Kathryn J. Conover

  • Stage and Statistical Models in Plateau Acculturation, Deward E. Walker, Jr.

  • George L. Howe and the Antiquarian, Roderick Sprague

    • Introduction and Biographical Notes

    • T he Antiquarian

      • Vol. 1, No. 1, July 1891: includes "A Curious Carving" (from the Willamette River mouth area)

      • Vol. 1, No. 2, August 1891: includes "The Origin of P. Kullkun, or Mountain Goats Historical Legend of the Cowichans," by James Deans and "Indian Doctors of Puget Sound," by Rev. Myron Eells

      • Vol. 1, No. 3, September 1891: includes "Oregon Folk-Lore Notes," by J. Owen Dorsey and correspondence concerning the "Yicsack," by James Deans


voLUME 5, nO. 1

sPRING 1971

Special Issue: An Exploration of the Reservation System in North America

  • Introduction, Deward E. Walker, Jr.

  • Indian Reservations and the American Social System, Elizabeth Colson

  • The Reservation Community as an Interactional System, Fred Voget

  • Canadian Indian Reserve Populations, Gordon B. Inglis

  • White and Indian Farmers on the Umatilla Reservation, Theodore Stern and James P. Boggs

  • Reciprocity and Market Exchange on the Flathead Reservation, C. Thomas Brockmann

  • Northern Townsmen, John J. Honigmann

  • Reservation Phenomena in Canada's Northwest Territories, Jacob Fried


Volume 5, No. 2

Fall 1971

  • Sasquatch Handprints, Grover S. Krantz

  • Some Pacific Northwest Native Language Names for the Sasquatch Phenomenon, Bruce Rigsby

  • Tlingits of Bucareli Bay, Alaska (1774–1792), Mary Gormly

  • The Public Image of Archaeology in Washington State, Gerald R. Clark

  • Field Notes and Correspondence of the 1901 Field Columbian Museum Expedition by Merton L. Miller to the Columbia Plateau, Roderick Sprague

    • Linguistic Notes, Haruo Aoki and Bruce Rigsby


Volume 6, No. 1

Spring 1972

  • The Concept of Technological Systems, Wilbur A. Davis

  • On the Cultural Track of the Sasquatch, Wayne Suttles

  • Anatomy of the Sasquatch Foot, Grover S. Krantz

  • An Emergency Light Table in the Field, Donald N. Abbott


Volume 6, No. 2

Fall 1972

  • The Southern Plateau: An Ecological Analysis of Intergroup Relations, Angelo Anastasio

  • Additional Notes on Sasquatch Foot Anatomy, Grover S. Krantz


  • A Short Practical Dictionary of the Gitksan Language, Compilers, Lonnie Hindle and Bruce Rigsby

  • A Study of Two Northwest Housepit Populations, Michael D. Southard

  • Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 24th Annual Meeting of the Northwest Anthropological Conference, Moscow, 1971

  • A Classification of Burials in the Lower Snake River, Michael J. Rodeffer

Volume 7, No. 1

Spring 1973


Volume 7, No. 2

Fall 1973

  • Indian Fisheries Productivity in Pre-contact Times in the Pacific Salmon Area, Gordon W. Hewes

  • New Light on Old Issues: Plateau Political Factionalism, Sylvester L. Lahren and John L. Schultz

  • A Function of the Curve of Spee, Grover S. Krantz

  • Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Northwest Anthropological Conference, Portland, 1972

  • Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 26th Annual Meeting of the Northwest Anthropological Conference, La Grande, 1973


Volume 8,
Nos. 1 & 2

Spring/fall 1974

Reprint of Report of the Committee for Investigating and Publishing Reports of the Physical Character, Languages, and Industrial and Social Conditions of the North-Western Tribes of the Dominion of Canada, from the Report of the Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1886-1899.

  • First Report of the Committee

    • Report on the Blackfoot Tribe, Horatio Hale

  • Second Report of the Committee

  • Third Report of the Committee

    • Suggestions for Investigation

    • Report on the Blackfoot Tribe, Edward F. Wilson

    • Notes on the Report of the Rev. E. F. Wilson, Horatio Hale

  • Fourth Report of the Committee

    • Preliminary Notes on the Indians of British Columbia, Franz Boas

    • Report on the Sarcee Indians, Edward F. Wilson

    • Notes on the Foregoing Report, Horatio Hale

  • Fifth Report of the Committee

    • Remarks on North American Ethnology, Horatio Hale

    • First General Report on the Indians of British Columbia, Franz Boas

  • Sixth Report of the Committee

    • Remarks on the Ethnology of British Columbia, Horatio Hale

    • Second Report on the Indians of British Columbia, Franz Boas

    • Lku'ñgEn (Songish); Nootka; Kwakiutl; and Shuswap

    • Deformed Crania from the North Pacific Coast

    • Linguistics

  • Seventh Report of the Committee

    • Introduction, Daniel Wilson

    • Third Report on the Indians of British Columbia, Franz Boas

  • Eighth Report of the Committee

    • Remarks on Linguistics Ethnology, Horatio Hale

    • Report on the Kootenay Indians of SE B.C., A. F. Chamberlain

  • Nine [Ninth] Report of the Committee

    • Fourth Report on the Indians of British Columbia

    • The Indians of the Lower Fraser River, Franz Boas

  • Tenth Report of the Committee

    • Fifth Report on the Indians of British Columbia, Franz Boas

    • Physical Characteristics of the Tribes of the North Pacific Coast

    • Tinneh of Nicola Valley; Tinneh of the Portland Inlet; The Nass River Indians

    • Linguistics

  • Eleventh Report

    • Sixth Report on the Indians of British Columbia, Franz Boas

    • Notes on the Kwakiutl

    • The Houses of the Tsimshian and Nisk a'

    • The Growth of Indian Children from the Interior of British Columbia

    • Linguistic Notes

  • Twelfth and Final Report of the Committee

    • Physical Characteristics of the Tribes of B. C., Franz Boas

    • The Chilcotin, Livingston Farrand

    • The Social Organization of the Haida, Franz Boas

    • Linguistics, Franz Boas

    • Summary of the Work of the Committee in B. C., Franz Boas

  • Papers based largely on Investigations carried for the Committee

  • Appendix: Index to Reports IV – XII


Volume 9, No. 1

Spring 1975

Special Issue: Pacific Northwest Historical Archaeological Research, EditorLester A. Ross

  • Forward through the Historic Past, Lester A. Ross

  • The Development of Historical Archaeology in the Pacific Northwest, Roderick Sprague

  • Historical Archaeology in the Pacific Northwest: Investigations into Euroamerican Encroachment, Paul E. Nesbitt

  • An Unusual Historic Indian Burial from the Salmon River Estuary, Lincoln County, Oregon, John A. Woodward and Dale Archibald

  • Early Nineteenth Century Euroamerican Technology within the Columbia River Drainage System, Lester A. Ross

  • Gunflints: Their Possible Significance for the Northwest Hudson's Bay Company Fort Umpqua, 1836–1853, Stephen White

  • Hudson's Bay Company Fort Umpqua, 1836–1853, Norman D. Schlesser

  • U. S. Customs and the Hudson's Bay Company, 1849–1853, Harvey W. Steele

  • Archaeological Investigations at Champoeg, Oregon 1973, John H. Atherton

  • The Bay View Cannery—Skamokawa Village Site, Keith D. Gehr

  • An 1880/1890 Northwest Oregon Homestead Site (35-UN-71) near Telocaset, Oregon, George R. Mead and Bruce Womack

  • The Bottles from Baker's, William Wahlke and John A. Woodward

  • Archaeology of the Recent Past: Silcott, Washington, William H. Adams

  • The Availability and Selection of Ceramics at Silcott, Linda P. Gaw

  • Wood, Textile, and Leather Conservation Techniques for the Archaeologist, Gerald H. Grosso


Volume 9, No. 2

Fall 1975

  • Cultural Ecology in the Canadian Plateau, Gary B. Palmer

  • Units of Culture and Units of Time: Periodization and Its Use in Syntheses of Plateau Prehistory, Barbara Bicchieri

  • Form and Function in Alaskan Eskimo and Indian Musics, Thomas F. Johnston

  • Perceptions and Images of the Wild Man, Gordon R. Strasenburgh, Jr.


  • Ten Year Editorial, Roderick Sprague

  • Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 27th Annual Meeting of the Northwest Anthropological Conference, Corvallis, 1974

  • Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the Northwest Anthropological Conference, Seattle, 1975

  • Mudflow Disaster, Gerald C. Hedlund

  • Rock Art of the Pacific Northwest, Keo Boreson

  • A Bibliography of Petroglyphs/Pictographs in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington, Keo Boreson

Volume 10, No. 1

Spring 1976


Volume 10, No. 2

Fall 1976

  • Riverine Period Settlement and Land Use Pattern in the Priest Rapids Area, Central Washington, William S. Dancey

  • Intergroup Ties and Exogamy Among Northern Coast Salish, Edwin J. Allen, Jr.

  • Northwest Anthropological Conference 1975 Student Paper Competition

    • Co-First—The Cephalic Index: The History of an Idea in Physical Anthropology, B. Raymond Druian

    • Co-First—Harlan I. Smith, Boas, and the Salish: Unweaving Archaeological Hypotheses, Ellen W. Robinson

  • Reflections on Acculturation Processes and Stages: A Reply to Deward E. Walker, Jr., Fred W. Voget

  • On the Nonmigration of Hunting People, Grover S. Krantz

  • James Swan and Makah Cosmology: A Clarification, Jay Miller

  • The Pons Asinorum: A Case Study of the Smilerp Ritual at Pound-Laundry Etats Vinu, Leslie E. Wildesen and B. Raymond Druian

  • Stones in the Pit: Scientific Archaeology in Elementary Schools, R.E. Ross and T.C. Hogg

  • A Preliminary Annotated Bibliography of the Prehistoric Archaeology of Puget Sound and the San Juan Archipelago, Joan M. Robinson