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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
3122003
Northeast Subsistence-Settlement Change, AD 700-1300
JP Hart, CB Rieth
New York State Museum, New York State Education Department, 2002
120*2002
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
1152003
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
1132007
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
1012012
Maize, matrilocality, migration, and northern Iroquoian evolution
JP Hart
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 8 (2), 151-182, 2001
1012001
Geoarchaeology of Landscapes in the Glaciated Northeast
DL Cremeens, JP Hart
New York State Museum, Bulletin 497, 2003
91*2003
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
902007
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
892013
The death of Owasco
JP Hart, HJ Brumbach
American antiquity, 737-752, 2003
882003
The age of common beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) in the northeastern United States
JP Hart, CM Scarry
American Antiquity, 653-658, 1999
851999
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
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
712008
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
632016
Social Networks and Northern Iroquoian Confederacy Dynamics
J Birch, JP Hart
American Antiquity 83 (1), 13-33, 2018
612018
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
571997
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
552008
Phytolith evidence for twentieth-century BP maize in northern Iroquoia
RG Thompson, JP Hart, HJ Brumbach, R Lusteck
Northeast Anthropology 68, 25-39, 2004
532004
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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