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Publications


Refereed Articles:

  • 2002 DIGITAL STONES: Teaching an archaeological lab course on-line. Internet Archaeology 12 (April). Http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue12/Lohse.html.

  • 2002 Reclaiming old data: The Wasden site project. Jason Anderson, co-author. In Goran Burenhult and Johan Arvidsson (eds.), Proceedings of the 2001 Computer Applications in Archaeology Conference, pp. 483-490. BAR International Series 1016, Oxford.

  • 2001 Anthropology 491: Teaching an on-line laboratory course, with D. Sammons and R. Schlader. In Craig Montgomerie and Jarmo Viteli (eds.), Proceedings of ED-MEDIA 2001, World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, pp. 1628-1630. Washington, D.C.: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.

  • 1998 A computerized data base for lithic use-wear analysis, with D. Sammons. In Proceedings of the 1997 Computer Applications in Archaeology Conference, V. Gaffney ed. BAR International Series S750, Oxford. CD-Rom available.

  • 1998 History of Research, with Roderick Sprague. In "Columbia Plateau," Deward Walker (vol. ed.), Handbook of North American Indians Vol. 12, William C. Sturtevant (general editor), pp. 8-28. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

  • 1996 A computerized descriptive system for functional analysis of stone tools. Tebiwa 26(l):3-66.

  • 1995 Northern Intermountain West projectile point chronologies. Tebiwa 25(l):3-51.

  • 1994 Southeastern Idaho archaeology: Status and stasis, with D. Sammons. Idaho Archaeologist 17(2):35-46.

  • 1994 The Southeastern Idaho Prehistoric Sequence. Northwest Anthropological Research Notes 28:137-160.

  • 1991 "Fort Hall and the Shoshone-Bannock," In Fort Hall and the Shoshone-Bannock, E.S. Lohse (ed.), Rendezvous 26(l):7-17.

  • 1990 Aviator's Cave. Idaho Archaeologist 12(2):23-28.

  • 1990 History of Research: Museum Collections, with Frances Sundt. In "Northwest Coast," Wayne Suttles (volume editor), Handbook of North American Indians Vol. 13, William C. Sturtevant (general editor), pp. 88-97. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

  • 1989 Trade Goods and the American Indian. In "Indian-White Relations," Wilcomb Washburn (volume editor), Handbook of North American Indians Vol. 4, William C. Sturtevant (general editor), pp. 396-403. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

  • 1987 Sedentism on the Columbia Plateau: A Matter of Degree Related to the Easy and Efficient Procurement of Resources, with D. Sammons-Lohse. Northwest Anthropological Research Notes20(2):115-136.

  • 1985 Rufus Woods Lake Projectile Point Chronology. In Summary of Results: Chief Joseph Dam Cultural Resources Project, Washington, Sarah Campbell (editor), pp.317-364. Report to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Office of Public Archaeology, University of Washington, Seattle.

  • 1981 Various chapters, "Bull Creek," Jesse D. Jennings and D. Sammons-Lohse (editors). Site reports: Gnat Haven, pp. 25-28; Ninas Hill, pp.28-33; North Point, pp. 33-42; The Playa Site, pp. 52-55; Hillside Cache, pp.55-62, Blake Harper, Co-author; Artifact analysis sections: Ceramics, pp. 75-93; Ground Stone, pp. 96-100, Barbara Walling, Co-author; Faunal Remains, pp. 100-103, Bruce Larson, Co-author. University of Utah Anthropological Paper No. 105.

  • 1980 Fremont Architectural Variation and Settlement Pattern. Antiquities Section Selected Papers 7(16):45-54. Salt Lake City, Utah.

Other Articles:

  • 2000 Don Crabtree: Idaho’s Own Expert Stone Tool Maker. Tebiwa 27(2):1-44.

  • 1984 The Development of Housepit Settlements: An Interpretation of Cultural Change on the Columbia Plateau, with M.E.W. Jaehnig. The Thunderbird 4(9): 6-8.

  • 1980 Falemoa and Crooked Palm site reports. In "Final Report of the University of Utah Samoa Archaeological Program, 1976-1977, Jesse D. Jennings ed. Pacific Anthropological Records No.32. Bishop Museum, Honolulu.

  • 1978 Rattler Run Site Report. In Preliminary Report of the 1978 Archaeological Excavations at Nawthis Village, Jesse D. Jennings ed., University of Utah Special Report, Salt Lake City, UT.

  • 1977 The Falemoa Site and the Crooked Palm Site. In University of Utah Samoan Archaeological Program 1977, Jesse D. Jennings ed. Special Report of the University of Utah Museum of Natural History and Department of Anthropology, University of Utah.

Monographs:

  • 1998 Manual for Archaeological Analysis: Field and Laboratory Analysis Procedures. Archaeological Survey Miscellaneous Paper 98-1 (revised). Portions online at lohserne@isu.edu.

  • 1993 Manual for Archaeological Analysis: Field and Laboratory Analysis Procedures. Department of Anthropology Miscellaneous Paper 92-1 (revised).

  • 1991 Test excavations at Site 10-OE-3781, the Bruneau River Take-Out Site. Northern Intermountain Quaternary Institute Archaeological Reports No. 91-2. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Bruneau Resource Area, Boise District.

  • 1984 Archaeological Investigations at Site 45-OK-11, Chief Joseph Dam Reservoir, Washington. Report to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Office of Public Archaeology, University of Washington, Seattle. 350pp.

  • 1984 Archaeological Investigations at Site 45-DO-326, Chief Joseph Dam Reservoir, Washington. Report to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Office of Public Archaeology, University of Washington, Seattle. 170pp.

  • 1984 Archaeological Investigations at Sites 45-DO-242 and 45-DO-243, Chief Joseph Dam Reservoir, Washington. Report to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Office of Public Archaeology, University of Washington, Seattle. 221 pp.

  • 1984 Archaeological Investigations at Site 45-DO-282, Chief Joseph Dam Reservoir, Washington. Report to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Office of Public Archaeology, University of Washington, Seattle. 142pp.

  • 1984 Archaeological Investigations at Site 45-DO-21 1, Chief Joseph Dam Reservoir, Washington. Report to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Office of Public Archaeology, University of Washington, Seattle. 166pp.

  • 1984 Archaeological Investigations at Site 45-DO-204, Chief Joseph Dam Reservoir, Washington. Report to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Office of Public Archaeology, University of Washington, Seattle. 166pp.

  • 1981 A Structural Analysis of Northwestern Great Basin Prehistory. Unpublished PhD dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

  • 1979 Prehistoric Adaptation in the Black Rock Desert-High Rock Country of Northwestern Nevada. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Winnemucca District, Winnemucca, NV. 326pp.

Publications in preparation:

  • n.d. “A reader in stone: Don Crabtree.” Manuscript in preparation for publication as an Occasional Paper, Idaho Museum of Natural History.

  • n.d. “Columbia Plateau Prehistory: An overview.” To be submitted to the Journal of World Prehistory.

Digital Publications:

  • 1999 A computerized data base for lithic use-wear analysis, with D. Sammons. CD-ROM accompanying “Proceedings of the 1997 Computer Applications in Archaeology Conference,” V. Gaffney (ed.), BAR International Series S750, Oxford.

  • 1998 Digital Stones: A Guide to Analysis of Stone Tools. Beta-version of CD-ROM, with D. Sammons. Laboratory for Archaeological Digital Imaging, Idaho State University.

Papers Presented and Symposia Organized


  • 2002 Measuring Prehistoric Strategies: Flakes, symmetries and balance in stone tools. Paper presented at the Ninth International Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies (CHAGS 9), Edinburgh, 9-13 September, 2002.

  • 2002 Information Rich Digital Data: High Potential for Research in Archaeology. Presented at the Northwest Anthropological Meeting, Boise, ID.

  • 2001 Anthropology 491: Teaching an on-line laboratory course, with D. Sammons and R. Schlader. Presented at the World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Tampere, Finland, June 25-30, 2001.

  • 2001 Teaching Online archaeology: DIGITAL STONES: A virtual course in stone tool analysis, with Robert Schlader and D. Sammons. Presented at the 66th Annual Society for American Archaeology meeting, New Orleans, LA.

  • 2001 “Reclaiming old site data: The Wasden site project,” with Jason Anderson. Presented at the Computer Applications in Archaeology Conference, Visby, Gotland, April 25-29.

  • 2000 “Digital Stones: A Virtual Lab Course,” with R. Schlader and D. Sammons. Presented at the 65th Annual Society for American Archaeology meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

  • 1998 “Making a CD-ROM for lithic use-wear analysis.” Presented at the 51st Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, Missoula, MT, April 16-18.

  • 1998 “Metalanguage and metabaggage: Archaeological database constructions in cyberspace.” Paper presented at the 63rd Annual Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Seattle, WA, March 25-29.

  • 1997 "Computerizing lithic use-wear analyses," with D. Sammons. Presented at the 50th Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, Ellensburg, WA, April 16-19. Paper chosen for on-line publication.

  • 1997 "A computerized data base for lithic use-wear analysis," with D. Sammons. Presented at the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference, Birmingham, England, April 10-13.

  • 1996 "Computer Imaging in Lithic Use-wear Studies: Edge Definition and Measurement of Surface Extent." Presented at the 61st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans, LA, April 10-14.

  • 1995 "Computer Imaging: Capturing Archaeological Context." Presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Minneapolis, MN, May 3-7.

  • 1995 "Aviators' Cave: Capturing Archaeological Context with Computer Imaging." Poster session presented at the Society for Computer Applications in Archaeology Annual Meeting, Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands, March 31 - April 2.

  • 1994 Organizer, Idaho Archaeological Society Annual Meeting, October 21-22, Twin Falls, ID.

  • 1994 "Microscopic Analysis of Archaeological Materials: Finding Events and Living Floors.” Paper presented at the Idaho Archaeological Society Annual Meeting, October 22, Twin Falls, ID.

  • 1994 "Building a cultural sequence: The case for southeastern Idaho." Paper presented at the 47th Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, March 31 -April 2, Spokane, WA.

  • 1993 Organizer, Idaho Archaeological Society Annual Meeting, October 22-23, Pocatello, ID.

  • 1993 "Site Significance: A Microscopic Assessment." Abstract presented at the Idaho Archaeological Society Annual Meeting, October 22-23, Pocatello, ID.

  • 1993 "Descriptive Grids and Analytical Relevance." Presented at the 46th Annual Northwest Anthropology Conference, March 26-28, Bellingham, WA.

  • 1992 "The Past as Power: Who Has Access and Who Writes the Story?." Presented at the 23rd Annual Great Basin Anthropological Conference, October, Boise, ID.

  • 1992 "Who Owns the Past: Working with Native Americans in Archaeology." Presented at the 45th Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, April 16-18, Burnaby, British Columbia.

  • 1991 "Excavations on the Snake ‘91." Presented at the Idaho Archaeological Society Meeting, Boise, ID.

  • 1991 "Back to Birch Creek: A Cleaner, Easier to Read Chronological-Cultural Sequence at the Jimmy Olsen Rockshelter." Presented at the 44thh Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, March 28-30, Missoula, MT.

  • 1991 "Knots, Netting, and Other Stuff: Reconstructing Desert Dwelling Families' Tool Kits at Aviators' Cave." Presented at the 44th Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, March 28-30, Missoula, MT.

  • 1990 "Birch Creek 1990." Presented at the Idaho Archaeological Society Meeting, Boise, Idaho.

  • 1990 "Traits Aren't Gonna Do It." Presented at the 22nd Annual Great Basin Conference, Reno, Nevada.

  • 1990 "Fort Hall and the Shoshone-Bannock in the Pages of History." E.S. Lohse symposium organizer. April 28, Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID.

  • 1990 "The Hows and Whys of Proj Points." Presented at the 43rd Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, March 22-24, Eugene, Oregon.

  • 1990 "Families in Caves: The Uniquely Mundane Archaeological Site." Presented at the 43rd Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, March 22-24, Eugene, Oregon.

  • 1989 "Aviator's Cave." Presented at the Idaho Archaeological Society Meeting, Boise, ID.

  • 1986 "Indians of the Intermountain West: Erroneous Images and Their Effect on Archaeological Interpretations and Historical Reconstructions," with D. Sammons-Lohse. Society for Historical Archaeology Meetings, Sacramento, CA.

  • 1983 "Typology and Chronology: A Methodological Imperative." In symposium Joy and Torment of Large-Scale Archaeology: The Chief Joseph Dam Cultural Resources Project, M.E.W. Jaehnig and E.S. Lohse, co-organizers. Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA.

  • 1983 "Rufus Woods Lake Projectile Point Chronology and Its Relationship to the Columbia Plateau." In symposium The Chief Joseph Dam Cultural Resources Project: Results of Five Years of Interdisciplinary Investigation, M.E.W. Jaehnig and E.S. Lohse, coorganizers. Northwest Anthropological Conference, Boise, ID.

  • 1983 "45-OK-1 1, A 5000 Year Old Housepit Site." In symposium The Chief Joseph Dam Cultural Resources Project: Results of Five Years of Interdisciplinary Investigation, M.E.W. Jaehnig and E.S. Lohse, co-organizers. Northwest Anthropological Conference, Boise, ID.>

  • 1981 "A Structural Analysis of Northwestern Great Basin Prehistory." Presented at the American Anthropological Association Meeting, Los Angeles, CA.

  • 1978 "Fremont Architectural Variation and Settlement Pattern." In symposium Fremont Culture, D. Madsen, organizer. Great Basin Anthropological Conference, Reno, NV.

Grants and Contracts Awarded


Grants Awarded:

  • 2002 ISU University Research Committee award for “Development of An Online Projectile Point Classification System.” Award for $8100.

  • 2001 ISU University Research Committee award for upgrade of digital imaging systems. Award for $4000.

  • 2001 ISU Technology Mediated Instruction Initiative TMII Grant for development of an interactive online database to accompany online DIGITAL STONES course. Award for $4500.

  • 2001 Bureau of Land Management, “The Birch Creek Inventory project.” Award for $6800.

  • 2000 Idaho Technology Incentive Grant Program for “D.I.G.I.T.A.L. Lab,” with Dr. Al Strickland. Award for $161,000.

  • 2000 Idaho Humanities Council for “Don Crabtree: Idaho Flintknapper.” Award for $6673.

  • 2000 Idaho State Historical Society grant for “Maintenance of the Southeast Idaho Regional Archaeological Center” and “Wasden Project.” Award for $5000.

  • 1999 Idaho State Board of Education for “Digital Atlas of Idaho.” Award for $580,000. Paul Link, Charles Petersen, E.S. Lohse, Keith Weber, Stefan Sommer, Reed Lewis, John Wlehan, Jim McNamara, and Christian Petrich, co-principal investigators.

  • 1999 Idaho State Historical Society grant for “Maintenance of the Southeast Idaho Regional Archaeological Center” and “The Native American Heritage Exhibition.” Award for $5000.

  • 1998 Idaho State Historical Society grant for “Maintenance of the Southeast Idaho Regional Archaeological Center” and “Construction of An Interactive Web Site.” Award for $5000.

  • 1997 Idaho State Historical Society grant for "Maintenance of the Southeast Idaho Regional Archaeological Center." Award for $5,000.

  • 1997 Idaho Technology Incentive Grant Program for "Geographical Information Systems Teaching Center." Award for $203,700. Ed House, Paul Link, Ross Spackman, Chuck Petersen, Rene Marsh, Eugene Stuffle, E.S. Lohse, Ron Balsley, John Welhan, and Ron Rope co-principal investigators.

  • 1997 Idaho State University Research Committee Grant for "Filming of blade production: Information to CD-ROM. Award for $4,992.>

  • 1996 Idaho State Historical Society grant for "Maintenance of the Southeast Idaho Regional Archaeological Center." Award for $5,000.

  • 1996 National Park Service, Craters of the Moon National Monument, "Archaeological Survey." D. Sammons, co-principal investigator. Award for $11,000.

  • 1995 Idaho State Historical Society grant for "Maintenance of the Southeast Idaho Regional Archaeological Center." Award for $10,000.

  • 1995 National Park Service, City of Rocks National Reserve, for "Archaeological Survey on the California National Historic Trails and related segments at City of Rocks National Reserve." D. Sammons, co-principal investigator. Award for $17,000.

  • 1994 Idaho Humanities Council Planning Grant for "Caribou Mountain Folklore Project." D. Sammons, Co-Principal Investigator. Award for $1,000.

  • 1994 Lockheed, Inc., Idaho National Engineering Laboratory Grant for "Analysis of Aviators' Cave Faunal Material." Award for $500.

  • 1994 Idaho State University Research Committee Grant for "Identification and Analysis of the Aviators’ Cave Assemblage Through Computer Imaging." Award for $6100.

  • 1994 Idaho State Historical Society grant for "Maintenance of the Southeast Idaho Regional Archaeological Center." Award for $10,000.

  • 1993 Idaho State University Infrastructure Grant for "Image Capture to Disc: Computerized Video-Microscopy System." Award for $6600.

  • 1993 Idaho Humanities Council Major Grant for "1993 Archaeological Fieldschool: Teacher Workshop." Award for $3000.

  • 1993 Idaho State Historical Society grant for "Maintenance of the Southeast Idaho Regional Archaeological Center." Award for $10,000.

  • 1992 Idaho State University Infrastructure Grant for "Video-Microscopy System and Monitor." Award for $3500.

  • 1992 Idaho Humanities Council Planning Grant for a videotape entitled "Idaho's Native American Past." Award for $1,000.

  • 1992 Idaho State Historical Society grant for "Maintenance of the Southeast Idaho Regional Archaeological Center." Award for $10,000.

  • 1991 National Endowment of the Humanities Travel Grant for verification of bibliographic entries in "Guide to Analysis of Native American Material Culture." Award for $750.

  • 1991 Idaho State Historical Society Grant for "Maintenance of the Southeast Idaho Regional Archaeological Center." Award for $6500.

  • 1990 Idaho State Board of Education Grant for "Selected Bibliography of North American Indian Material Culture." Award for $17,000.

  • 1989 Idaho State Historical Society Grant for "Archaeological Collections Inventory and Computerization Project: Continuation Proposal." Award for $5000.

  • 1989 Idaho State University Faculty Research Grant for "Prehistoric Fiber Industries of the Intermountain West." Award for $2500

Contracts Awarded:

  • 2002 Hill Air Force Base, “Inventory and Storage of Archaeological Materials.” Award for $8500.

  • 2000 Bureau of Land Management, “Processing of Birch Creek sites.” Award for $6000.

  • 1998 Bureau of Land Management, “Continued Processing of Task Orders 12-14 and Inventory Completion for 10BT46 (NAGPRA).” Award for $7200.

  • 1997 Harmon Ranches, “Archaeological Survey of Elk Creek, Wyoming.” Award for $8000.

  • 1997 Birch Creek Ranches, "Birch Creek Ranches Land Exchange." Award for $4,754. D. Sammons, co-principal investigator.

  • 1997 Idaho Fish and Game, Boise, "Cultural Resources Survey of the Tex Creek, Willow Creek, and Deer Creek parcels.” Award for $14,866. D. Sammons, co-principal investigator.

  • 1997 The City of Rocks National Preserve, “Bibliography of Research at City of Rocks." D. Sammons, co-principal investigator. Award for $2,818.

  • 1996 USDA Forest Service, Targhee Forest, "Flotation of archaeological samples from site 10-BT-18: The Kyle Canyon site.” Award for $1,000.

  • 1996 Lockheed Idaho, Inc., Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, "Archaeological Survey of the Argonne Burn." D. Sammons, co-principal investigator. Award for $5,760.

  • 1994 Bureau of Land Management, for "Inventory of Bureau of Land Management Collections held in the Idaho Museum of Natural History.” Sharon Holmer, co-principal investigator. Award for $34,000.

  • 1994 Bureau of Land Management, Idaho Falls District, for "Support of 1994 Archaeological Field School." Award for $4000.

  • 1994 Bureau of Land Management, Shoshone District, for "In-processing of Artifacts for Curation for Fiscal Year 1994 - Shoshone District." Sharon Holmer, co-principal investigator. Award for$1000.

  • 1994 Bureau of Land Management, Idaho Falls District, for "Curatorial Services to Process Artifacts from Surveys and 1OBT1." Sharon Holmer, co-principal investigator. Award for $500.

  • 1993 Sturtevant and Adams Landscape Architects, for "The Trail Creek Pass Fiber Optic Line Cultural Resources Survey." D. Sammons, co-principal investigator. Award for $6600.

  • 1993 Mid-State Consultants, Nephi, Utah, for "Leadore to Mud Lake Fiber Optics Line Cultural Resources Survey." D. Sammons, co-principal investigator. Award for $4000.

  • 1993 U.S. West Communications, Pocatello, Idaho, for "Pocatello to Arco Fiber Optic Line Cultural Resources Survey." D. Sammons, co-principal investigator. Award for $2270.

  • 1993 Mud Lake Telephone for "Archaeological Survey of Telephone Cable Routes." Award for $4300.

  • 1993 U.S. Forest Service, Salmon National Forest for "Archaeological Services on the Salmon National Forest." Award for $50,000.

  • 1993 U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service for "Little Prairie Burn Survey: Craters of the Moon National Monument." Award for $12,795.

  • 1993 Bureau of Land Management, Idaho Falls District, for " 1993 Archaeological Fieldschool: Indian Rocks and Dugout Spring." Award for $5000.

  • 1993 Idaho Department of Transportation, Pocatello District, for "Montpelier-to-Geneva Archaeological Survey." Award for $2400.

  • 1993 U.S. West Telephone Company, Idaho Falls, for "Roberts-to-Chilly Fiber Optic Route." Award for $4000.

  • 1993 Custer Telephone Company, Challis, for "Chilly-to-Challis Fiber Optic Route." Award for $4300.

  • 1992 Bureau of Land Management, for "Curation of Artifacts - Regional Archaeological Center Sharon Holmer Co-Principal Investigator. Award for $1900.

  • 1992 Bureau of Land Management, for "Curation of Artifacts - Mon-Tung Site." Sharon Holmer, Co-Principal Investigator. Award for $1000.

  • 1992 Bureau of Land Management, for "Curation of Artifacts - Inprocessing of Materials. Sharon Holmer, Co-Principal Investigator. Award for $1500.

  • 1992 Bureau of Land Management, for "Curation of Artifacts - Baker Cave. Sharon Holmer, Co-Principal Investigator. Award for $2000.>

  • 1992 EG&G, Idaho, Inc., for "Cedar Butte Archaeological Mitigation Project." Award for $10,076.

  • 1992 U.S. Department of the Interior/Bureau of Land Management, for "Inspection and Inventory of Human Remains from Public Land." Sharon Holmer, Co-Principal Investigator. Award for $1000.

  • 1992 U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, for "Craters of the Moon Archaeological Survey." Award for $9,995.

  • 1992 Bureau of Land Management, Boise District, for "Excavation of a 300 Year Old Wickiup at Frank's Take Out." Award for $2000.

  • 1992 Bureau of Land Management, Boise District, for "Analysis of Artifacts from a 1500 Year Old Site at Birds of Prey." Award for $1000.

  • 1992 Bureau of Land Management for "Curation of Artifacts - Bobcat Cave." Sharon Holmer, Co-Principal Investigator. Award for $500.

  • 1992 Bureau of Land Management for "Artifact Curatorial Services for Sites 10BM56 and 10CL40." Sharon Holmer, Co-Principal Investigator. Award for $500.

  • 1992 Bureau of Land Management for "Curation of Collections." Sharon Holmer, Co-Principal Investigator. Award for $500.

  • 1992 Bureau of Land Management for "Curation of Artifacts - Inprocessing Archaeological Materials." Sharon Holmer, Co-Principal Investigator. Award for $500.

  • 1991 Bureau of Land Management for development of exhibit "Idaho's Native American Past." Richard Holmer, Co-Principal Investigator. Award for $20,000.

  • 1991 Bureau of Land Management, Idaho Falls District, for "Curation of Artifacts from MonTung site." Sharon Holmer, Co-Principal Investigator. Award for $1000.

  • 1991 Bureau of Land Management, Idaho Falls District, for "Curation of Artifacts from Baker Cave." Sharon Holmer, Co-Principal Investigator. Award for $2000.

  • 1991 Bureau of Land Management, Shoshone District, for "Curation of Artifacts." Sharon Holmer, Co-Principal Investigator. Award for $1900.

  • 1991 Bureau of Land Management, Shoshone District, for "Curation of Artifacts." Sharon Holmer, Co-Principal Investigator. Award for $1500.

  • 1991 Bureau of Land Management, Boise District, for "U.S. West Field School." Award for $6000. Cooperative agreement.

  • 1991 Bureau of Land Management, Boise District. for "Bruneau River Test Excavations." Award for $7200. Cooperative agreement.

  • 1991 EG&G, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory for "NPR Area E 1991 Cultural Resources Inventory." Richard Holmer, Co-Principal Investigator. Award for $10,726.

  • 1991 EG&G, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory for "NPR Area E Testing - Phase 2." Award for $13,100.

  • 1991 EG&G, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory for "PBF Road Survey." Award for $895.

  • 1991 Bureau of Land Management for "Curation of Collections." Award for $500.

  • 1991 Bureau of Land Management for "Curation of Artifacts." Award for $2000.

  • 1991 EG&G, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory for "NPR Area E Archaeological Test Excavations." Award for $51,179

Exhibitions Prepared


  • 2001 “David A. Thomas: The Man Who Made Dinosaurs.” Exhibition at the Idaho Museum of Natural History, September 2001-June 2002.

  • 2000 “Don Crabtree: Idaho’s Flintknapper.” Traveling exhibition funded by the Idaho Humanities Council.

  • 1999 “Native American Heritage Show.” Exhibit at the Idaho Museum of Natural History, March 1999.

  • 1994 "Native American Art Show." Exhibition at the Idaho Museum of Natural History, March 1994. Willie Preacher, co-organizer. Sponsored by the IMNH, Shoshone-Bannock Arts Council, Native Americans United, American Indian Studies Program, and ISU Office of the President.

  • 1993 "Wah-Muza." Exhibition at the Idaho Museum of Natural History, Oct. 1993-1996.

  • 1993 "Shoshone-Bannock Basketry." Exhibition at the Idaho Museum of Natural History, Oct. 1993-1997.

  • 1993 "Aviators' Cave." Exhibition at the Idaho Museum of Natural History, Oct. 1993-1997.

  • 1993 "Bobcat Cave." Exhibition at the Idaho Museum of Natural History, Oct. 1993-present.

  • 1993 "Jimmy Olsen Rockshelter." Exhibition at the Idaho Museum of Natural History, Oct. 1993-present.

  • 1993 "Wasden Site." Exhibition at the Idaho Museum of Natural History, Oct. 1993-present.

  • 1993 "Stoneworking." Exhibition at the Idaho Museum of Natural History, Oct. 1993-present.

  • 1993 "The Prehistoric Sequence." Exhibition at the Idaho Museum of Natural History, Oct. 1993-present.

  • 1992 "Native American Art Show." Exhibition at the Idaho Museum of Natural History, March, 1992. Willie Preacher, co-organizer. Sponsored by the IMNH, Shoshone-Bannock Arts Council, Native Americans United, American Indian Studies Program, and ISU President's Office.

  • 1992 "Idaho's Native American Past." Traveling exhibition sponsored by the Idaho Bureau of Land Management.

  • 1992 "Lithic Reduction." Exhibition at Idaho Museum of Natural History, March-May, 1992.

  • 1989 "Dagger Falls." Exhibition at Idaho Museum of Natural History, October-December, 1989.

  • 1989 "Aviators' Cave." Exhibition at Idaho Museum of Natural History, October-December, 1989.

Field Research


  • 1998 Director, Idaho State University Archaeological Field School, Willow Creek, ID. June.

  • 1997 Director, Idaho State University Archaeological Field School, Birch Creek Valley and Caribou Mountain, ID. June-July.

  • 1996 Director, Idaho State University Archaeological Field School, Craters of the Moon, ID. July-August. D. Sammons, Co-director.

  • 1995 Director, Idaho State University Archaeological Field School, City of Rocks National Monument, ID, Rock Springs site, ID, Caldron Linn, ID, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, ID. July-August.

  • 1994 Director, Idaho State University Archaeological Field School, Little Malad Spring site near Malad, ID, the Sullivan sites near Dubois, ID, Beck Canyon site near Craters of the Moon, ID, and the Caribou City mining district near Soda Springs, ID. May-June.

  • 1993 Director, Idaho State University Archaeological Field School, Indian Rocks State Park, McCammon, ID, and Dugout Spring, Spencer, ID. June-July.

  • 1992 Director, Idaho State University Archaeological Field School, Indian Rocks State Park, McCammon, ID, and Bruneau River, Bruneau, ID. June-July.

  • 1991 Director, Idaho State University Archaeological Field School for U.S. West, Boise, Snake River, Kuna, ID. Sept.

  • 1991 Director, Idaho State University Archaeological Field School, Bruneau River, Bruneau, ID. May.

  • 1990 Director, Idaho State University Archaeological Field School, Birch Creek Valley, ID, June-July.

  • 1989 Director, Idaho State University survey and testing of Aviator's Cave, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, ID.

  • 1982 Research Scientist, Chief Joseph Dam Cultural Resources Project, Columbia River, Colville Indian Reservation, Nespelem, WA.

  • 1980 Field Supervisor, University of Utah MX Missile Survey, Utah and Nevada, June-Sept.

  • 1979 Archaeologist, U.S. Bureau of Land Management survey of Black Rock Desert archaeology, Mar-Oct.

  • 1978 Field supervisor, University of Utah Archaeological Field School, Fremont sites near Salina, UT, under Dr. Edward Sisson, June-Aug.

  • 1977 Field supervisor, University of Utah Samoan Archaeological Program, islands of Upolu and Manono, Western Samoa, under Dr. Jesse D. Jennings, Aug-Nov.

  • 1977 Field supervisor, University of Utah Archaeological Field School. Fremont sites near Hanksville, UT, under Dr. Jesse D. Jennings, June-Aug.

  • 1976 Archaeologist, University of Utah survey for the U.S. National Park Service, survey and assessment of tourist impact on cultural resources of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Lake Powell, UT, under Dr. Alan Schroedl, Aug-Oct.

  • 1976 Site supervisor, University of Utah Archaeological Field School, Fremont sites near Hanksville, UT, under Dr. Jesse D. Jennings, June-Aug.

  • 1975 Student, Brigham Young University Archaeological Field School, Mesa Verde Anasazi sites in Montezuma Canyon, UT, under Dr. Ray T. Matheny, June-Aug.

  • 1975 Archaeologist, California State University, Chico Archaeological Survey, various, NV, under Dr. Makoto Kowta, Jan-May.

  • 1974 Crew supervisor, California State University, Chico Archaeological Field School, Maidu village site near Hamilton City, CA, under Dr. Keith Johnson, June-Aug.

  • 1974 Crew supervisor, California State University, Chico Archaeological Field School, Maidu site near Chico, CA, under Dr. Makoto Kowta, Mar-May.

  • 1973 Student, California State University, Chico Archaeological Field School, Maidu site near Chico, CA, under Dr. Makoto Kowta, Mar-May.