Credits & Sources
1929 Caves of the El Paso District. Bulletin of the Texas Archeological and Paleontological Society 2:64-69.
Aveni, Anthony F. and Sharon L. Gibbs
1976 A New Approach to the Significance of the "Weighted" Spear Thrower. American Antiquity 41 (4): 510-517
1947 Caves of the Upper Gila and Hueco Areas in New Mexico and Texas. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology 24(2). Harvard University, Cambridge. Reprint, Kraus Reprint Corporation,1968.
Creel, Darrell G.
1997 Ceremonial Cave: An Overview of Investigations and Contents, Appendix A. In: The Hueco Mountain Cave and Shelter Survey: A Phase I Baseline Inventory in Maneuver Area 2D on Fort Bliss, Texas by Federico A. Almarez and Jeff D. Leach. Archaeological Technical Reports 10. Anthropology Research Center, The University of Texas at El Paso. Download report in PDF.
Dickson, D. Bruce
1985 The Atlatl Assessed: A Review of Recent Anthropological Approaches to Prehistoric North American Weaponry. Bulletin of the Texas Archeological Society 56: 1-38.
Ellis, Florence Hawley and Laurens Hammack
1968 The Inner Sanctum of Feather Cave, A Mogollon Sun and Earth Shrine Linking Mexico and the Southwest. American Antiquity 33(1): 25-44.
Jeancon, J. A.
1929 Archaeological Investigations in the Taos Valley, New Mexico. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections No. 81(12). Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.
Hawthorne-Tagg, Lori, Deni J. Seymour, Robert J. Hall, Robert Martinez and Susan Ruth
1998 Traces of the Trails: The Spanish Salt Trail and Butterfield Trail on Fort Bliss, Doña Ana County New Mexico and El Paso County, Texas. Lone Mountain Archaeological Services Report 501 and Historic and Natural Resources Report 97-09, Cultural Researches Branch, U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery Center, Fort Bliss, Texas.
1974 The Atlatl: Function and Performance. American Antiquity 39 (1): 102-104.
Patterson, L. W.
1977 Atlatl Function: Comments of Howard's Views. Plains Anthropologist 22 (76), Pt. 1: 159-160.
1929 Recent Archeological Developments in the Vicinity of El Paso, Texas. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collection 81(7).
1935 An Archeological Survey of Texas. Medallion Papers XVII. Gila Pueblo, Globe, Arizona.
Thomas, David Hurst
1978 Arrowheads and Atlatl Darts: How the Stones Got the Shaft. American Antiquity 43 (3): 457-472.
Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
Some 265 additional artifacts from Ceremonial Cave are curated in the Peabody Museum at Harvard University in Boston, and these may be viewed in the museum's online collections pages.
Other TBH exhibits relevant to Jornada-Mogollon cultural history: