Title: Physical Affiliations of the Oneota Peoples
Author: Elizabeth J. Glenn
Publisher: Office of the State Archaeologist, The University of Iowa
Publication Date: 1975
"Glenn's holistic treatment of Oneota represents an ambitious attempt
to synthesize all available linguistic, archaeological, ethnohistorical,
and physical anthropological data in order 'to reconstruct the development
of Oneota peoples'. . . . Glenn's study represents a landmark attempt
to examine the biological parameters of Oneota. . . . Glenn is to be
complimented for her holistic attempt to combine archaeological, linguistic,
and ethnohistoric data with biological parameters."
Jane Buikstra, Plains Anthropologist
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