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John P. Hart
John P. Hart
Curator Emeritus, Research and Collections Division, New York State Museum
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Domesticated landscapes: the subsistence ecology of plant and animal domestication
JE Terrell, JP Hart, S Barut, N Cellinese, A Curet, T Denham, CM Kusimba, ...
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 10 (4), 323-368, 2003
3292003
Phytolith Evidence for Early Maize (Zea mays) in the Northern Finger Lakes Region of New York
JP Hart, RG Thompson, HJ Brumbach
American Antiquity 68, 619-640, 2003
1192003
Extending the phytolith evidence for early maize (Zea mays ssp. mays) and squash (Cucurbita sp.) in central New York
JP Hart, HJ Brumbach, R Lusteck
American antiquity, 563-583, 2007
1182007
Northeast Subsistence-Settlement Change, AD 700-1300
JP Hart, CB Rieth
New York State Museum, New York State Education Department, 2002
117*2002
Maize agriculture evolution in the Eastern Woodlands of North America: a Darwinian perspective
JP Hart
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 6 (2), 137-180, 1999
1051999
Northern Iroquoian Ethnic Evolution: A Social Network Analysis
JP Hart, W Engelbrecht
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 19 (2), 322-349, 2012
1032012
Maize, matrilocality, migration, and northern Iroquoian evolution
JP Hart
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 8 (2), 151-182, 2001
1022001
Geoarchaeology of Landscapes in the Glaciated Northeast
DL Cremeens, JP Hart
New York State Museum, Bulletin 497, 2003
93*2003
Reevaluating What We Know About the Histories of Maize in Northeastern North America: A Review of Current Evidence
JP Hart, WA Lovis
Journal of Archaeological Research 21 (2), 175–216, 2013
912013
Paleodietary implications from stable carbon isotope analysis of experimental cooking residues
JP Hart, WA Lovis, JK Schulenberg, GR Urquhart
Journal of archaeological science 34 (5), 804-813, 2007
912007
The death of Owasco
JP Hart, HJ Brumbach
American antiquity, 737-752, 2003
902003
The age of common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) in the northeastern United States
JP Hart, CM Scarry
American Antiquity, 653-658, 1999
861999
PINE RESINS AND POTTERY SEALING: ANALYSIS OF ABSORBED AND VISIBLE POTTERY RESIDUES FROM CENTRAL NEW YORK STATE*
EA Reber, JP Hart
Archaeometry 50 (6), 999-1017, 2008
742008
The age of the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) in the northern Eastern Woodlands of North America
JP Hart, DL Asch, CM Scarry, GW Crawford
ANTIQUITY-OXFORD- 76 (292), 377-383, 2002
732002
Social Networks and Northern Iroquoian Confederacy Dynamics
J Birch, JP Hart
American Antiquity 83 (1), 13-33, 2018
652018
Nation Building and Social Signaling in Southern Ontario: A.D. 1350–1650
JP Hart, T Shafie, J Birch, S Dermarkar, RF Williamson
PLOS ONE 11 (5), e0156178, 2016
642016
Evolving the three sisters: the changing histories of maize, bean, and squash in New York and the greater Northeast
JP Hart
Current Northeast Paleoethnobotany II, New York State Museum Bulletin 512, 87-99, 2008
592008
Phytolith evidence for twentieth-century BP maize in northern Iroquoia
RG Thompson, JP Hart, HJ Brumbach, R Lusteck
Northeast Anthropology 68, 25-39, 2004
552004
Additional Evidence for Early Cucurbit Use in the Northern Eastern Woodlands East of the Allegheny Front
JP Hart, N Asch Sidell
American Antiquity 62, 523-537, 1997
551997
Cooking residues, AMS dates, and the Middle-to-Late Woodland transition in central New York
JP Hart, HJ Brumbach
Northeast Anthropology 69, 1-33, 2005
522005
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