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Brose, David S., James A. Brown, and David W. Penney, editors
1985 Ancient art of the American Woodland Indians. Harry N. Abrams, New York.
Feder, Kenneth L.
2001 Frauds, myths, and mysteries: science and pseudoscience in archaeology. Mayfield Press, Mountain View, California.
Hively, Ray and Robert Horn
1982 Geometry and astronomy in prehistoric Ohio. Archaeoastronomy 4:S1-S20.
1984 Hopewellian geometry and astronomy at High Bank. Archaeoastronomy 7:S85-S100.
Hooge, Paul E.
1992 Preserving the past for the future.
In Vanishing Heritage, edited by P. E. Hooge and B. T. Lepper,
pp. 74-92. Licking County Archaeology and Landmarks Society,
Hooge, Paul E. and Bradley T. Lepper, editors
1992 Vanishing Heritage. Licking County Archaeology and Landmarks Society, Newark, Ohio.
Kennedy, Roger G.
1994 Hidden Cities: the discovery and loss of ancient North American civilization. Free Press, New York.
Lankford, George E.
1987 Native American legends. August House, Little
Lepper, Bradley T.
1995a Tracking Ohio's Great Hopewell Road.
1998a Ancient astronomers of the Ohio valley. Timeline 15(1):2-11.
1998b The Archaeology of the Newark Earthworks. In Ancient Enclosures of the
Eastern Woodlands, edited by L. Sullivan and R. Mainfort, pp. 114-134. University Press of Florida.
2002 The Newark Earthworks: a wonder of the ancient world. Ohio Historical Society, Columbus.
2004a The Newark Earthworks: monumental geometry and astronomy at a Hopewellian pilgrimage center. In Hero, Hawk, and Open Hand: American Indian art of the ancient Midwest and South, edited by Richard V. Townsend and Robert V. Sharp, pp. 72-81. The Art Institute of Chicago and Yale University Press, New Haven.
2004b Granville Before History: The Granville Area Inhabitants before the Coming of the Welsh and the New England Yankees. In Granville Ohio: A Study in Continuity and Change, edited by Anthony Lisska, pp. Granville Historical Society, Granville, Ohio.
2005 Ohio Archaeology: an illustrated chronicle of Ohio’s ancient American Indian cultures. Orange Frazer Press, Wilmington, Ohio.
Lepper, Bradley T. and Jeff Gill
2000 The Newark Holy Stones. Timeline 17(3):16-25.
Licking County Archaeology and Landmarks Society
1985 Discovering the prehistoric Mound Builders of Licking County, Ohio. Licking County Archaeology and Landmarks Society, Newark.
Penney, David W.
1985 Continuities of imagery and symbolism in the art of the Woodlands. In Ancient art of the American Woodland Indians, edited by David S. Brose, James A. Brown, and David W. Penney, pp. 147-198. Harry N. Abrams, New York.
Romain, William F.
2000 Mysteries of the Hopewell: astronomers, geometers, and magicians of the Eastern Woodlands. University of Akron Press, Akron, Ohio.
2005Newark Earthwork Cosmology: This Island Earth. Hopewell Archaeology Volume 6, Number 2, http://www.cr.nps.gov/mwac/hopewell/v6n2/one.htm.
2005Design and Layout of the Newark Earthwork Complex. Hopewell Archaeology Volume 6, Number 2, http://www.cr.nps.gov/mwac/hopewell/v6n2/two.htm.
Squier, Ephraim and Edwin H. Davis
1848 Ancient monuments of the Mississippi valley. Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge 1. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. [Reprinted by the Smithsonian Institution Press in 1998.]
Thomas, David Hurst
2000 Exploring Native North America. Oxford University Press, New York.
Townsend, Richard V. and Robert V. Sharp, editors
2005 Hero, Hawk, and Open Hand: American Indian art of the ancient Midwest and South. The Art Institute of Chicago and Yale University Press, New Haven.
1991 Fantastic Archaeology: the wild side of North American prehistory. University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia.
Woodward, Susan L. and Jerry N. McDonald
2002 Indian Mounds of the Middle Ohio Valley: A Guide to Mounds and Earthworks of the Adena, Hopewell, Cole, and Fort Ancient People. McDonald and Woodward Publishing Company, Granville, Ohio.