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Ashby, Wallace L. Fossils of Calvert Cliffs. Solomons, MD: Calvert Marine Museum Press, 1979.
Kent, Bretton W. Making Dead Oysters Talk. 1988; rev. ed. Crownsville, MD: Maryland Historical Trust, Historic St. Mary's City Commission and Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum, 1992.
Annotation / Notes: Kent's analyses of oysters from archaeological sites, tell a cautionary tale of overharvest which went unheeded for three centuries.
Kinsey, W. Fred, III. "Lancaster Before History Began: Prehistoric Archaeology." Journal of the Lancaster County Historical Society 99 (1998): 142-171.
Klein, Michael J., and J. Sanderson Stevens. "Ceramic Attributes and Accokeek Creek Chronology: an Analysis of Sherds from the Falcon's Landing (18PR131) and the Accotink Meander (44FX1908) Sites." North American Archaeologist 17 (1996): 113-141.
Stevens, J. Sanderson. "Examination of Shepard and Potomac Creek Wares at a Montgomery Complex Site (44LD521)." Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology 14 (1998): 95-126.
Ward, H. Henry. "Prehistoric Utilization of Ironstone in the Central Middle Atlantic." Pennsylvania Archaeologist 58 (1988): 7-25.
Wilke, Steve, and Gail Thompson. Prehistoric Archeological Resources in the Maryland Coastal Zone: A Management Overview. [Baltimore]: Department of Natural Resources, Energy and Coastal Zone Administration, 1977.
Gallivan, Martin, and Michael Klein. "Economy, Architecture, and Exchange: Conjuncture and Event in the Chesapeake, A. D. 1200-1607." Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology, 20 (2004): 13-20.
Clark, Wayne E. "Controlled Surface Investigations of an Archaic Period Hunting Camp." Maryland Archeology, 11 (March 1975): 1-18.
Miller, Henry M. "Archaeology of the Seventeenth-Century British Immigrant Experience in the Middle Atlantic Region. In" The Archaeology of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century British Colonization in the Caribbean, United States, and Canada. Ann Arbor, MI: Society for Historical Archaeology, 1996.
Gagnon, Celeste Marie, and Sara K. Becker. "Native Lives in Colonial Times: Insights from the Skeletal Remains of Susquehannocks, A.D. 1575-1675." Historical Archaeology, 54 (March 2020): 262-85.