Volumes 21 through 30

1987-1996


Volume 21,
Nos. 1 & 2

Spring/Fall 1987

Special Issue: A reprint of the entire Davidson Journal of Anthropology, 1955, 1956, and 1957

Foreword to Reprint of Davidson Journal of Anthropology, Frederick S. Hulse

  • Volume 1, Number 1
    • Foreword, Frederick S. Hulse
    • The Principles of Clanship in Human Society, Paul Kirchhoff
    • Excavations at Meyer Caves in Central Washington, Alan Bryan
    • Spanish Documentary Material Pertaining to the Northwest Coast Indians, Mary Gormly
    • The Chilkat Weaving Complex, Joanne Hirabayashi
    • An Experimental Method of Chipped Stone Point Classification, B. Robert Butler
    • Toward A Psycho-Cultural Interpretation of Latah, Fred Adelman
    • Reindeer Breeding: Types and Origins, Chester S. Chard
  • Volume 1, Number 2
    • North American Social Organization, George Peter Murdock
    • Blackfeet Soumak Necklaces, Richard Conn
    • Nez Perce Horse Castration—A Problem in Diffusion, Douglas Osborne
    • Terrace Agriculture in the Central Andes, Earl H. Swanson, Jr.
    • The Story of Skalaxt, A Lummi Training Myth, Carrol L. Riley
    • An Archaeological Survey of the Columbia Basin Project in Grant County, Washington, Warren T. Lee
    • Making a Bird or Chief's Rattle, Viola E. Garfield
    • Making a Box Design, Viola E. Garfield
    • Radical Opposition in National Culture: A Case Study, John J. Honigmann
  • Volume 2, Number 1
    • Social Mobility and Surname: Two Comparisons, William C. Sayres
    • Archaeological Survey of Mt. Sheep and Pleasant Valley Reservoirs, George L. Coale
    • Archaeological Backgrounds of Pacific Culture, Douglas Osborne
    • The Potlatch and Social Equilibrium, Rosemary A. Allen
    • Shoshoni Ware from Idaho, Donald R. Tuohy
    • Seri Ethnozoology: A Preliminary Report, Borys Malkin
  • Volume 2, Number 2
    • Coping with the Universe, John J. Honigmann
    • Introduction to a Comparative and Entymological Dictionary of the Mongolian Language and Dialects, Udo Posch
    • The Origin and Development of High Culture, Joseph Haekel
    • The Social Disorganization of the Haida as Reflected inTheir Slate Carving, Erna Gunther
    • Perception and Acculturation, Michael J. Goldstein
    • Sumi Ethnozoology: Herpetological Knowledge, Borys Malkin
  • Volume 3, Number 1
    • Results and Interpretations of Recent Archaeological Research in Western Washington with Circum-Boreal Implications, Alan L. Bryan
    • Reaction to Stress: A Comparative Study of Nativism, Michael M. Ames
    • Mr. Gladwin and the Athapascans: A Review, Malcolm F. Farmer
    • The Salmon Weir on Green River in Western Washington, Arthur C. Ballard
    • The Dart-Thrower in Baja California, William C. Massey
  • Volume 3, Number 2
    • Non-ceramic Culture in Japan, Fumiko Ikawa
    • The Anthropologist and Population Genetics: A Discussion of Ethnographic Method, Richard H. Osborne
    • The Genetic Model and Uto-Aztecan Time Perspective, A. Kimball Romney
    • Petroglyphs from the Orinoco Area of Venezuela, Carrol L. Riley
    • Pacific Coast Clay Figurines: A Contraview, Warren W. Caldwell
    • Applied Anthropology: A Selected Bibliography, Arlene J. Fonaroff

VolUME 22, No. 1

Spring 1988

  • Peyotism in Idaho, Omer C. Stewart
  • Folsom Points in Oregon: A Reply to Plew and Meatte, Rick Minor
  • Bibliography of Missionary Activities and Religious Change in Northwest Coast Societies, John Barker
  • Cultural Resource Management in Alaska: A Current Perspective, Dennis Griffin
  • Oregon Coast Archaeology: A Critical History and a Model, R. Lee Lyman and Richard E. Ross
  • Excavation of a Brickwork Feature at a Nineteenth-Century Chinese Shrimp Camp on San Francisco Bay, Peter D. Schulz

VolUme 22, No. 2

Fall 1988

  • Diet 123: A Computerized Dietary Analysis Program Using Lotus 123TM, Nicolette I. Teufel and George J. Teufel
  • The Cultural Ecology of Hunting and Potlatches Among the Lillooet Indians, Steven Romanoff
  • Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the Northwest Anthropological Conference, Gleneden Beach, 1987
  • Jargonization Before Chinook Jargon, William J. Samarin
  • Improbable Species, Deceit, and Social Control in the Context of Behavioral Ecology, Richard Beeson
  • Protecting American Indian Sacred Geography, Deward E. Walker, Jr.

  • The Lewis and Clark Expedition Among the Nez Perce Indians: The First Ethnographic Study in the Columbia Plateau, Robert Lee Sappington
  • Loss, Transfer, and Reintroduction in the Use of Wild Plant Foods in the Upper Skagit Valley, Robert J. Theodoratus
  • Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the Northwest Anthropological Conference, Tacoma, 1988
  • Religious Transformation Among the Snoqualmie Shakers, Kenneth D. Tollefson
  • Floral Remains from the Pierce Chinese Mining Site, 10-CW-436, Priscilla Wegars
  • The Art and Iconology of the Dance in the Petroglyphs of the Northern Plains, Thomas H. Lewis

Volume 23, No. 1

Spring 1989


Volume 23, No. 2

Fall 1989

  • An Overview of Northwest Coast Mythology, Jay Miller
  • The 1983 Nez Perce General Council Archaeological Panel, James Lawyer
  • Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Northwest Anthropological Conference, Spokane, 1989
  • The North West Company Fort at Tongue Point, Oregon, Ronald C. Corbyn
  • Aboriginal Coast Salish Food Resources: A Compilation of Sources, Judith Krieger

Volume 24, No. 1

Spring 1990

  • An Inventory of Goods and Resources Marketed by Native Groups, Fort Nisqually, 1833–1849, Helen H. Norton
  • Agricultural Innovation and The Rejector, Sylvester L. Lahren, Jr.
  • Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Northwest Anthropological Conference, Eugene, 1990
  • Marine Shell Utilization in the Plateau Culture Area, Kevin Erickson

Volume 24, No. 2

Fall 1990

  • Perspectives on Coast Salish Subsistence—A Symposium, Organizer—N. Alexander Easton
  • Central Coast Salish Subsistence, Wayne Suttles
  • Seasonality of the Little Qualicum River West Site, Kathryn Bernick and Rebecca J. Wigen
  • The Archaeology of Straits Salish Reef Netting: Past and Future Research Strategies, N. Alexander Easton
  • Native Gulf of Georgia Subsistence and European Contact: Can We Detect Culture Change in Shells and Bones, Pamela J. Ford
  • Prehistoric Subsistence at the Pender Canal Sites and the Surrounding Area, Diane K. Hanson
  • Lithic Technology, Subsistence, and Settlement at Garrison Bay, San Juan Island, Kim Kornbacher
  • Coast Salish Subsistence Studies and a Methodological Barrier, Donald H. Mitchell

Volume 25, No. 1

Spring 1991

  • Life Beyond Inventory: Cultural Resource Site Protection on National Forest Lands in Oregon, Carl M. Davis, Thomas V. Russell, Jill A. Osborn, and Dennis K. Shrader
  • Fishing and the Wind River Shoshone Indians, Omer C. Stewart
  • Some Southern Plateau Tribal Tales Recounting the Death Journey Vision, Donald M. Hines
  • Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 44th Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, Missoula, 1991
  • A Bibliography of James A. Teit, Roderick Sprague
  • Site Location Analysis in the Central Oregon Cascade Range, Sandra L. Snyder

Volume 25, No. 2

Fall 1991

  • On the Indian Tribes Inhabiting the North-West Coast of America, John Scouler
  • Alexander W. Chase and the Nineteenth-Century Archaeology and Ethnography of the Southern Oregon and Northern California Coast, R. Lee Lyman
    • Introduction, R. Lee Lyman
    • Siletz, or "Lo" Reconstructed [1869], Alexander W. Chase
    • Indian Mounds and Relics on the Coast of Oregon [1873a], Alexander W. Chase
    • Shell Mounds of Lat. 42° 02', 42° 05', & 42° 15', Coast of Oregon; Description of Stone and Other Implements Found in Them, with Some Notes on Existing Tribes of That Section of the Coast [1873d], Alexander W. Chase
    • Chase's Correspondence Subsequent to the Coast Survey [1880-82], Alexander W. Chase
    • Conclusions: Chase and Context, R. Lee Lyman

Volume 26, No. 1

Spring 1992

  • Northwest Anthropological Research Notes Contents by Title and Author, First 25 Years (19671991)
  • Northwest Anthropological Research Notes Style Sheet
  • Historical Period Plateau Culture Tree Peeling in the Western Cascades of Oregon, Eric O. Bergland
  • Idaho Archaeological Conferences (19731991), Daniel Meatte and Roderick Sprague
  • A History of Cultural Resources Management at the U. S. Department of Energy's Hanford Site, Washington, James C. Chatters
  • Small Painted Stones from Salish Territory, Beth Hill
  • Indians of Oregon, etc., George Mengarini
  • Aboriginal Curation and Lithic Mythology, R. Wayne Thompson

Volume 26, No. 2

Fall 1992

  • A Scrutiny of "A Scrutiny of the Abstract" and Editorial, Kenneth K. Landes and Roderick Sprague
  • Productivity of Tribal Dipnet Fishermen at Celilo Falls: Analysis of the Joe Pinkham Fish Buying Records, Deward E. Walker, Jr.
  • Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 45th Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, Burnaby, 1992
  • What is that Black Stuff?: Identification of Black Argillite in the Northern Columbia Plateau, Madilane Perry
  • The Ellen Saluskin (hápteliks sáwyalilx) Narratives 1992; Traditional Religious Beliefs and Practices, Virginia R. Beavert Martin and Deward E. Walker, Jr.
  • Nutritional Analysis of Camas (Camassia quamash) from Southern Idaho, Mark G. Plew

Volume 27, No. 1

Spring 1993

  • Asian American Bibliography, Priscilla Wegars

  • Editorial
  • The Shoshone-Bannock: An Anthropological Reassessment, Deward E. Walker, Jr.
  • Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 46th Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, Bellingham, 1993
  • Lemhi Shoshone-Bannock Reliance on Anadromous and Other Fish Resources,Deward E. Walker, Jr.

Volume 27, No. 2

Fall 1993


Volume 28, No. 1

Spring 1994

  • Defining a Nez Perce Feminine Dress Style, Kathleen Kearney and Janet Miller
  • Volcanic Lithic Classification in the Pacific Northwest: Petrographic and Geochemical Analyses of Northwest Chipped Stone Artifacts, Edward F. Bakewell and Anthony J. Irving
  • Abstracts from 47th Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, Spokane, 1994
  • Patterns of Exogamy among Southern Coast Salish, Helen H. Norton
  • Winning Paper, 47th NWAC: Color and Emotion Synesthesia Observed in U. S. Japanese Students, Kiersten Linnee Marsh

Volume 28, No. 2

Fall 1994

  • On the Pow Wow Circuit in the Interior Northwest, Kathleen A. Dahl
  • The Southeastern Idaho Prehistoric Sequence, Ernest S. Lohse
  • Towards an Early Social History of Chinook Jargon, Christopher F. Roth
  • Notes on Indian Houses of the Wappato Valley, Yvonne Hajda
  • Changes in subsistence Strategies at the Tsawwassen Site, a Southwestern British Columbia Shell Midden, Karla D. Kusmer
  • A Bibliography of Plateau Ethnobotany, Debra Welch and Michael Striker

Volume 29, No. 1

Spring 1995

  • Alice Cunningham Fletcher's "Ethnologic Gleanings Among The Nez Perces," Robert Lee Sappington and Caroline D. Carley
  • "You Toad-Sucking Fool": An Inquiry into the Possible Use of Bufotenine by Northern Northwest Coast Shamans, William Saxe Wihr
  • Abstracts from 48th Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, Portland, 1995
  • Duwamish Tribal Identity and Cultural Survival, Kenneth D. Tollefson

Volume 29, No. 2

Fall 1995

  • A Bibliography of Frank C. Leonhardy, Madilane A. Perry
  • Geoarchaeological Analysis of a Site in the Cascadia Subduction Zone on the Southern Oregon Coast, Roberta Hall and Stefan C. Radosevich
  • Zooarchaeology of the Moses Coulee Cave (45-DO-331) Spoils Pile, R. Lee Lyman
  • Alice Cunningham Fletcher’s “The Nez Perce Country,” Robert Lee Sappington, Caroline D. Carley, Kenneth C. Reid, and James G. Gallison
  • Chronology and Subsistence Change at the Oceanside Site (35-TI-47), Tillamook County, Oregon, Jon M. Erlandson and Madonna L. Moss

  • An Overview of Cultural Resources in the Snake River Basin: Prehistory and Paleoenvironments
  • Introduction, Kenneth C Reid, editor
  • Lower Snake River Basin, Kenneth C. Reid and James C Gallison
  • Powder River Basin, Manfred E. W. Jaehnig
  • Clearwater River Region, Robert Lee Sappington
  • Final Comments, Kenneth C. Reid

Volume 30,
Nos. 1 & 2

Spring/Fall 1996