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Publications by E. James Dixon

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E. James Dixon 2013: Arrows and atl atls: A guide to the archaeology of Beringia. National Park Service, Department of the Interior, 321 pp. ISBN 9780985394820

E. James Dixon 2008: Archaeology and the first Americans. In Pritzker, B. and Johansen, B. E. (eds.), Encyclopedia of American Indian, volume 1: 82-87.Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO.

E. James Dixon 2008: Bifaces from On Your Knees Cave, Southeast Alaska. In Carlson, R. L. and Magne, M. P. R. (eds.), Projectile Point Sequences in Northwestern North America, 35: 11-18. Burnaby, B. C.: Archaeology Press.

Kemp, B. M., Malhi, R. S., McDonough, J., Bolnick, D. A., Eshleman, J. A., Rickards, O., Martinez-Labarga, C., Johnson, J. R., Lorenz, J. G., E. James Dixon, Fifield, T. E., Heaton, T. H., Worl, R., Smith, D. G. 2007: Genetic analysis of early holocene skeletal remains from Alaska and its implications for the settlement of the Americas. American Journal of Physical Anthropology,132(4):605 621.

E. James DixonWilliam F. ManleyCraig M. Lee 2005: The emerging archaeology of glaciers and ice patches: Examples from Alaska's Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve. American Antiquity, 70 (1): 129 143.

E. James Dixon 2004: Pioneers of Beringian archeology. Northern Expanse: The International Decade of Indigenous Peoples of the World, Year 10: 144-147.

Fedje, D. W., Mackie, Q., E. James Dixon, Heaton, T. H. 2004: Late Wisconsin environments and archaeological visibility on the northern Northwest Coast. In Madsen, D.B. (ed.), Entering America: Northeast Asia and Beringia before the Last Glacial Maximum. University of Utah Press, 97-138.

E. James Dixon 2001: Human colonization of the Americas: timing, technology and process. In: Beringian Paleoenvironments: Festschrift in honor of David M. Hopkins. Elias, S.E. and J. Brigham-Grette eds. Quaternary Science Reviews 20:277-299

E. James Dixon 2000: Archeological research gives clues about life in Southeast Alaska four hundred generations ago. In: Fair, S.W. and R. Worl (eds.) Celebration 2000: restoring balance through culture. Jueanu, Alaska, Sealaska Heritage Foundation, pp.55-58

E. James Dixon 2000: Coastal navigators: the first Americans may have come by water . Scientific American Discovering Archaeology 2(1):34-35

E. James Dixon 1999: North to Alaska. . Denver Museum of Natural History, Museum Quaterly 8(4):6-7.

E. James Dixon 1999: Bones, Boats and Bison: Archeological Evidence for the First Colonization of Western North America. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press. 322 pages

Loy, T. H., E. James Dixon 1998: Blood residues on fluted points from eastern Beringia. American Antiquity, 63(1): 21-46.