A Bibliography of Kansas Archaeology Projects
Assisted by Volunteers Using Metal Detectors

by Virginia Wulfkuhle and Martin Stein
Cultural Resources Division
Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka, Kansas

Mine Creek Battlefield

Lees, William B.
1991  Archeology Yields Secrets of Mine Creek Battle. Kansas Preservation, 13(6):1-3.

Lees, William B.
1996 The Impact of Metal Detectors: Preservation Lessons from the Battlefield. Paper presented at the 1996 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Society for Historical Archaeology, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Lees, William B.
1998 Archaeology of the Mine Creek Civil War Battlefield, Linn County, Kansas. William B. Lees, Ph.D., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Submitted to KSHS, Topeka. Copies available from the Kansas SHPO, Topeka.

Lees, William B.
2002 How Important Is Battlefield Archeology? CRM 4:16-20.

Lees, William B. (Editor)
1989 Recon of Mine Creek Property Reveals Clues to Civil War Battle. Kansas Anthropological Association Newsletter, 1(2): 6-7.

Fort Ellsworth

Wulfkuhle, Virginia A.
1996   Field School Successfully Concluded. Kansas Anthropological Association Newsletter 8(4):2-3.

Ziegler, Robert J.
1996   Fort Ellsworth Archeological Site (14EW26), Kanopolis Lake, Ellsworth County, Kansas. Kansas Anthropological Association Newsletter 8(2):8-9.

Ziegler, Robert J. (Editor)
2001   Historical Archaeology at Locality 6 of the Fort Ellsworth Site (14EW26) Kanopolis Lake, Ellsworth County, Kansas. US Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District. Copies available from the Kansas SHPO, Topeka.

Fort Harker

King, Marsha K.
1996   Overview of Fort Harker. Kansas Anthropological Association Newsletter 8(2):9-12.

King, Marsha K.
1997   Results of Archeological Investigations at Fort Harker 14EW310, Ellsworth County, Kansas. Contract Archeology Publication Number 17, KSHS, Topeka. Copies available from the Kansas SHPO, Topeka.

USDI National Park Service
1994   Special Report on Eight Kansas Forts: Fort Leavenworth, Fort Scott, Fort Riley, Fort Harker, Fort Hays, Fort Larned, Fort Dodge, Fort Wallace, Kansas. United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Denver Service Center, MWRO no. 200-15.

Wulfkuhle, Virginia A.
1996 Field School Successfully Concluded. Kansas Anthropological Association Newsletter 8(4):2-3.

Pony Express Station

King, Marsha K.
2000 Results of Archeological Metal Detector Survey in the Vicinity of the Hollenburg Pony Express Station (14WH316), Washington County, Kansas. Archeology Office, KSHS, Topeka. Submitted to NPS, Long Distance Trails Office, Agreement Number CA-1530-96-006. Copies available from the Kansas SHPO, Topeka.

Stein, Martin
1997 Survey Initiated at Hollenberg Pony Express Station (14WH316). Kansas Anthropological Association Newsletter 9(3):3. Santa Fe Trail

King, Marsha K.
Archeologists Investigate Four Santa Fe Trail Sites in Osage County (Part 1).  Kansas Preservation  17(4):5-9.

King Marsha K.
1995  Archeologists Investigate Sata Fe Trail Sites in Osage County (Part 2).  Kansas Preservation 17(5):4-7.

Posted by P.L. Jeppson December 23, 200

updated 11/30/2011