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Archeological Excavations
by Kansas Anthropological Association
in Comanche County: A Bibliography

Bell Site (14CM407) 1984

Kansas State Historical Society. "Archeologists Explore New Site Near Wilmore," in KSHS Mirror Vol.XXX, No.5. 1984.
Rowlinson, Don. "Excavations at the Bell Site provide New Information from South-Central Kansas," in Kansas Preservation, Vol.6, No. 6.: 1-2. 1984
Rowlinson, Don. "A Preliminary Report of the Bell Site and the 1984 Kansas Archeology Training Program," in Journal of the KAA, Vol.5, No.3: 117-129. 1985
Thies, Randall. "Radiocarbon Dates From the Bell Site, 14CM407," in Journal of the Kansas Anthropological Association, Vol.6, No. 1&2. 1985
Wulfkuhle, Virginia. "Field School Focus: Southwest Kansas." In Kansas Preservation Vol.20, No. 1:1-3, 15. 1988
Beaver, Joseph E. "Faunal Analysis of the Bell Site (14CM407): Implications for Wilmore Complex Subsistence," in The Kansas Anthropologist Vol.20:pp 107-122. 1999
Bevitt, C. Tod. "An Archeologistís Notebook: The Wilmore Complex of the Middle Ceramic Period on the Southern High Plains of South-Central and Southwest Kansas," in Kansas Preservation Vol.21, No.1: 5-7. 1999
Bevitt, C. Tod. "Life on the High Plains Border: Archeological Investigation of Three Late Prehistoric Habitation Sites in Southwest Kansas," in The Kansas Anthropologist Vol.20:pp 1-106. 1999

Booth Site (14CM406) 1989

Thies, Randall M. "Plans for the 1989 Kansas Archeology Training Program," in Kansas Anthropological Journal Vol.9, No. 8: 151-164. 1989
Lees, William B. and Reynolds, John D. "Fifteenth Annual Training Program Dig Held in Comanche County," Kansas Preservation Vol.11, No.6: 6-7. 1989
Lees, William B. "Chronological Placement of the Booth Site: Implications for the Wilmore Complex and Southern Plains Culture History. 1990. Report on file, KSHS Archeology Office.
Stein, Martin. "Booth Site Provides Preservation Example," in Kansas Preservation Vol13, NO.2 5-7. 1991
Bevitt, C. Tod. "An Archeologistís Notebook; The Wilmore complex of the middle Ceramic Period on the Southern High Plains of South-Central and Southwest Kansas," in Kansas Preservation Vol.21, No.1:5-7, 12. 1999
Bevitt, C. Tod. "Life on the High Plains Border: Archeological Investigation of Three Late Prehistoric Sites in Southwest Kansas," in The Kansas Anthropologist Vol.20:pp 1-106.


Also see:

Kansas Anthropological Association

Kansas State Historical Society - Archeology Dept

Interview with Wendel G. Ferrin, 13 April 1989


Thanks to Evelyn Reed for contributing the above bibliography to this web site!

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