Theses Related to Lower Chinookan Communities
Melissa Cole Darby, “Wapato for the People: An Ecological Approach to Understanding the Native American Use of Sagittaria Latifolia on the Lower Columbia River,” MA Thesis in Anthropology, Portland State University, 1996. 143 pages.
Gretchen Anne Kaehler, “Patterns in Glass: The Interpretation of European Glass Trade Beads from Two Protohistoric Sites in the Greater Lower Columbia Region,” MA Thesis in Anthropology, Portland State University, 2002. 217 pages.
John William Wolf, “The Spatial Distribution of Ground Stone Tools as a Marker of Status Differentials in a Chinookan Plank House on the Lower Columbia River,” MA Thesis in Anthropology, Portland State University, 1994. 79 pages.
Rick Minor, “Aboriginal Settlement and Subsistence at the Mouth of the Columbia River,” Ph.D. Dissertation in Anthropology, University of Oregon, 1983. 130 pages.