Cypress Hills region - Archaeology and
- Brumley, J. H. 1982
An Assessment of the Areal Extent of the Stampede Site, DjOn-
26. Permit 80-171C. Report on file, Archaeological Survey,
Provincial Museum of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. v + 21
- Corbeil, M. R. 1995
The Archaeology and Taphonomy of the Heron Eden Site,
Southwestern Saskatchewan. Unpublished M.A. thesis.
of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Saskatchewan,
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. xiii + 179 pages.
- Epp, H. T. 1974
- Prehistoric Sites in the Great Sandhills.
Saskatchewan Archaeology Newsletter (46):1-15.
AEU BARD E 78 S2 S255
- Epp, H. T., and L. Townley-Smith 1980
The Great Sand Hills of Saskatchewan. Report prepared for
the Saskatchewan Department of the Environment on the Ecology and
Archaeology and on Resource Management and Land Use in the Great
Sand Hills of Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan Environment: Policy,
Planning and Research Branch, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
AEU SCI QH 106.2 S2 G78 1980
- Friesen, N. P. 1998
Analysis of Archaeological Settlement Patterns in Grasslands
National Park, Saskatchewan. Unpublished M.A. thesis.
Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of
Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Found that topography, distance to water,
vegetation types had significant explanatory value for
of archaeological site types.
- Gibson, T. H. 1998
Site Structure and Ceramic Behaviour of a Protohistoric Cree
Aggregation Campsite. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation.
Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, Edmonton,
Alberta, Canada. 329 pages.
- Gillespie, J. D. 2002
Archaeological and Geological Evidence for the First Peopling
of Alberta. Unpublished MA dissertation. Department of
Archaeology, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
+ 204 pages.
Focusses on an interpretation and analysis
- Gryba, E. M. 1972
Preliminary Report on the 1971 Field Season and DjOn-117.
Honours B.A. thesis. Department of Anthropology, University of
Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. xiv + 191 pages.
Site DjOn-117 was subsequently re-numbered
DjOn-26, the Stampede Site.
- Gryba, E. M. 1975
The Cypress Hills Archaeological Site DjOn-26.
report. Alberta Department of Recreation and Parks, Edmonton,
Alberta, Canada. 186 pages.
AEU PMC GOV DOC CA2 AL RPF 75S77
- Gryba, E. M. 1976
- The Early Side-Notched Component at Site DjOn-26.
In Archaeology in Alberta 1975. Archaeological Survey of
Alberta, Occasional Paper No. 1, edited by J. M. Quigg and W. J.
Byrne. Archaeological Survey of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta,
AEU HSS GOV DOC CA2 AL CU31 O16 No. 001
- Gryba, E. M. 1988
An Inventory of Fluted Point Occurrences in Alberta.
Manuscript on file with the Archaeological Survey of Alberta.
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
- Gryba, E. M. 2001
- Evidence of the Fluted Point Tradition in Western Alberta.
In On Being First: Cultural Innovations and Environmental
Consequences of First Peopling, edited by J. Gillespie, S.
Tupakka and C. de Mille, pp. 251-284. Chacmool Association,
Department of Archaeology, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
- Ives, J. W. 2006
- 13,001 Years Ago - Human Beginnings in Alberta.
In Alberta Formed Alberta Transformed, edited by M.
D. Wetherell and C. Cavanaugh, pp. 1-34. Volume 1. University of
Calgary/University of Alberta Presses, Calgary and Edmonton,
- Klassen, J. 2004
- Paleoenvironmental Interpretation of the Paleosols and
Sediments at the Stampede Site (DjOn-26), Cypress Hills, Alberta.
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 41:741-753.
AEU SCI QE 1 C212 DOI: 10.1139/E04-027
- Klassen, J. A. 2003
Paleoenvironmental Interpretation of the Soils and Sediments
the Stampede Site (DjOn-26), Cypress Hills, Alberta.
Unpublished MA dissertation. Department of Archaeology,
of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. ix + 121 pages.
Besides descriptive analyses (PSA, OM, N,
etc.), uses phytoliths and stable carbon isotopes.
- Meyer, D., and H. Liboiron 1990
- A Paleoindian Drill from the Niska Site in Southern
Plains Anthropologist 35-129:299-302.
AEU HSS E 51 P69
- Millar, J. F. V., H. Epp, T. W. Foster, J.
Wilson, and G. Adams 1972
- The Southwestern Saskatchewan Archaeological Project:
Preliminary Report, 1971.
Na'pao: Saskatchewan Anthropology Journal 3(2, July
AEU HSS GN 1 N19 Area surveyed is bounded
the north by the South Saskatchewan River, and extends east of
Swift Current. Reports some sites and collections in the Cypress
Hills area, mostly on the north slope a group around Eastend, and
another grouping around Bracken to the east. Most sites were
in the Great Sandhills, and near the South Saskatchewan west of
Leader, including the Estuary Bison Trap (EfOk-16) of which there
is a more detailed description. Most of the report, however,
focusses on descriptions of the Gray Site (EcNx-1a) and the East
Pasture Site (EcNx-4) in the vicinity of Swift Current.
- Quigg, J. M. 1979
Abstraction of Soil Cores from the Stampede Site (DjOn-26)
Cypress Hills Provincial Park. Permit 78-91. Report on file,
Archaeological Survey, Provincial Museum of Alberta, Edmonton,
Alberta, Canada. 6 pages.
- Robertson, E. C. 2006
Late Quaternary Landform Development, Paleoenvironmental
Reconstruction and Archaeological Site Formation in the Cypress
Hills of Southeastern Alberta. Unpublished Ph.D.
Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, Calgary,
Canada. xxi + 424 pages.
- Wormington, H. M., and R. G. Forbis 1965
An Introduction to the Archaeology of Alberta, Canada.
Proceedings, Number 11. Denver Museum of Natural History, Denver,
Colorado, USA. xviii + 248 pages.
AEU HSS FC 3666 W93 1965 This was the first
comprehensive survey of Alberta archaeology. It is still well
reading as a general introduction. No sites listed from the
Hills. Discusses British Block cairn (EdOp-1) in the Medicine Hat