BIBLIOGRAPHY

George A. Agogino, Ph. D.

  1. Agogino, George, 1947. Navajo Weaving. Archaeological Society of New Jersey,Newsletter, 16, 19.

  2. Agogino, George, 1947. Early Man in the Southwest. University of New Mexico,Alumnus Magazine (May), 6-10.

  3. Agogino, George, 1950. Folklore of the Pine Barrens of New Jersey. Alpha Kappa Delta Quarterly, 21(1), 24-26.

  4. Agogino, George, 1950. A Study of the Stereotype of the American Indian. University of New Mexico Master's Thesis.

  5. Agogino, George, 1952. The Santa Ana Pre-Ceramic Sites: A Report on a Cultural Level in Sandoval County, New Mexico. Texas Journal of Science, 1, 32-37.

  6. Agogino, George, and J. Hester, 1953. The Santa Ana Pre-Ceramic Sites. El Palacio Magazine, 60(4), 131-140.

  7. Agogino, George, and J. Hester, 1956. A Re-evaluation of the San Jose Non-Ceramic Cultures. El Palacio Magazine, 63, 6-21.

  8. Agogino, George, 1957. The Gypsum Dune Blowouts: Sandia-Like Points in the San Jose Valley. El Palacio Magazine, 64, 115-118.

  9. Agogino, George, 1957. The Significance of the Parallel-Flaked Points at the San Jose Sites. Texas Journal of Science, 9(3), 364-367.

  10. Agogino, George, 1957. The Huasteca Indians of San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Oklahoma Occasional Papers in Anthropology.

  11. Agogino, George and S. Feinhandler, 1957. Amaranth Seeds from a San Jose Site in New Mexico. Texas Journal of Science, 9(2). 154-156.

  12. Agogino, George, et. al. ,1957. Further New Concepts in Family Sociology. Alpha Kappa Delta (Spring 1957), 16-17.

  13. Agogino, George, 1958. Paleo-Indian Research: Current Problems and Future Dangers. W.H. Over Museum News, 19.

  14. Agogino, George, 1958. Pigweed Makes News. Alumni News of Syracuse University (Spring), 3-4.

  15. Agogino, George and Sally Sacks, 1958. The Present Status and Effectiveness of State and Federal Antiquity Laws, American Anthropological Assoc. Annual Meeting, Nov., Washington D.C., This paper was read into the Congressional Record of the United States.

  16. Agogino, George, 1958. Recent Archaeological Developments Involving Pre-Ceramic Cultures in the Middle Rio Grande. Doctoral Dissertation, Syracuse University.

  17. Agogino, George and J. Hester, 1958. Comments on the San Jose Radiocarbon Date. American Antiquity, 24(2), 187-188.

  18. Agogino, George and F. Hibben, 1958. Central New Mexico Paleo-Indian Cultures. American Antiquity, 23(4), 422-425.

  19. Agogino, George and Sally Sacks, 1958. Some Questions On Pei's "Giant Ape". American Anthropologist, 60(6), 1182-1183.

  20. Agogino, George, 1959. The Atrisco Mandible. W.H. Over Museum News, 20.

  21. Agogino, George, 1959. Current and Future Status of Pre-Ceramic Indian Research in the Northern Plains. University of South Dakota Report, 7(Spring, , 1959), 14-16.

  22. Agogino, George, 1959. The Development of a Highway Salvage Program: Needed Construction without Historical Destruction. University of South Dakota Report, 7(Spring, , 1959), 12-13.

  23. Agogino, George, 1959. Maximum Security vs Salvage Archaeology. El Palacio Magazine, 66(4), 139-142.

  24. Agogino, George, 1959. An Ozark Bluff Ceremonial Cache: A Lesson in Cultural Vandalism. Central States Archaeological Journal, 6, 28-30.

  25. Agogino, George, 1959. Some Pre-Ceramic Archaeological Problems. North Dakota History, a publication of the State Historical Society, 26(3),133-135.

  26. Agogino, George, 1959. The South Dakota Highway Salvage Program: Needed Construction Without Historical Destruction. W.H. Over Museum News, 20.

  27. Agogino, George and Sally K. Sacks, 1959. Some Questions on Pei's "Giant Ape". New World Antiquity, 6(11), 143-144.

  28. Agogino, George and H. Howe, 1959. Oscar Howe, Sioux Indian Artist. Masterkey, (July-Sept), 33(3), 113-118.

  29. Agogino, George and H. Howe, 1959. Oscar Howe, Sioux Indian Artist. Occasional Papers of the Institute of Indian Studies, 1.

  30. Agogino, George and Heidi Howe, 1959. Oscar Howe, Sioux Indian Artist. W.H. Over Museum News, 20(3).

  31. Agogino, George and H. Howe, 1959. Oscar Howe, Sioux Indian Artist. Read into the Congressional Record by George McGovern, April , 1959.

  32. Agogino, George, 1959. Some Pre-Ceramic Archaeological Problems in the Northern Plains and Plateau Area. North Dakota History, 26(3), 133-135.

  33. Agogino, George, 1959. Yearly Report of the University of South Dakota. Museum News, 29(5), , 1959.

  34. Frankforter, W.D. and George Agogino, 1959. Archaica and Paleo-Indian Archaeological Discoveries in Western Iowa. Texas Journal of Science. 11(4), 482-491.

  35. Frankforter, W.D. and George Agogino, 1959. Recent Pre-Ceramic Archaeological Developments in Western Iowa. Iowa Journal of Archaeology, 9(1), 13-19.

  36. Agogino, George, 1960. Archaeological Research by the University of Wyoming, 1960. Annals of Wyoming (October), 242-244.

  37. Agogino, George, 1960. Pre-Ceramic Discoveries in Sandoval County, N.M. Southwestern Lore, 24, 4.

  38. Agogino, George, 1960. Review of Erik K. Reed's "Excavations in Mancos Canyon, Colorado." Southwestern Lore, 25(4).

  39. Agogino, George, 1960. The Need for More State and Federal Aid for Paleo-Archaeology in the United States. New World Antiquity, 7, 20-23.

  40. Agogino, George, 1960. Oscar Howe, Indian Artist of the Middle Border. The 30th Annual Meeting of Colorado-Wyoming Academy of Science, Bulletin 367, (Inside front cover).

  41. Agogino, George, 1960. A Paleo-Indian Bison Kill in Northwestern Iowa. Yearbook of the American Philosophical Society, 529-532.

  42. Agogino, George, 1960. Present Salvage Archeology Provisions at Military Maximum Security Bases. New World Antiquity, 7, 1.

  43. Agogino, George, 1960. The San Jose Sites: A Cochise-Like Manifestation in the Middle Rio Grande. Southwestern Lore, 26(2), 43-48.

  44. Agogino, George, 1960. The Santa Ana Pre-Ceramic Sites: An Archaic Seed-Gathering Culture in Sandoval County, New Mexico. Southwestern Lore, 25(4), 1-4.

  45. Agogino, George, 1960. Some Pre-Ceramic Archaeological Problems in the Northern Plains and Plateau Area. New World Antiquity, 7(3).

  46. Cutler, H. and George Agogino, 1960. Analysis of Maize from the Four Bear Site and Two Other Arikara Sites in South Dakota. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, 16(3), 312-316.

  47. Agogino, George and W. Frankforter, 1960. The Brewster Site: An Agate-Basin Folsom Multiple Component Site in Eastern Wyoming. Masterkey, 34(63), 102-107.

  48. Agogino, George and W. Frankforter, 1960. A Paleo-Indian Bison Kill in Northwestern Iowa. American Antiquity, 25(3), 414-415.

  49. Vance Haynes and George Agogino, 1960. Charcoal Carbon 14 Date for Folsom. Current Anthropology, 1(5-6), 427.

  50. Frankforter, W. D. and George Agogino, 1960. The Simonsen Site: Report for the Summer of 1959. Plains Anthropologist, 5(10), 65-70.

  51. Agogino, George, 1960. Excavation of a Paleo-Indian Site (Brewster) in Moss Agate Arroyo, Eastern Wyoming. National Geographic Society Research Reports 1955-1960, 1-6.

  52. Agogino, George, 1960. Abstracts of New World Archaeology (The Gypsum Dune Blowouts: Sandia-Like Points in the San Jose Valley. El Palacio, 64(3&4), 115-118. Sante Fe 1957). Society for American Archaeology, 1, 52.

  53. Agogino, George, 1960. Abstracts of New World Archaeology (The Significance of the Parallel-Flaked Points at the San Jose Sites. Texas Journal of Science, 9(3), 364-367. San Marcos, 1957). Society for American Archaeology, 1, 52.

  54. Agogino, George, 1960. Abstracts of New World Archaeology (An Ozark Bluff Ceremonial Cache: A Lesson in Cultural Vandalism. Central States Archaeological Journal, 6(1), 28-30).Society for American Archaeology, 1, 64.

  55. Agogino, George and Sherwin Feinhandler, 1960. Abstracts of New World Archaeology (Amaranth Seeds from a San Jose Site in New Mexico. Texas Jounal of Science, 9(2), 154-156. San Marcos, 1957). Society for American Archaeology, 1, 52.

    Vance Haynes and George Agogino, 1960. Geological Significance of a New Radiocarbon Date from the Lindenmeier Site, Colo. Denver Museum of Natural History Proceedings, 9, 1-23.

  56. Agogino, George and D. Pickett, 1960. Two Legends of the Nails of the Cross. Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society, 39(1), 73-77.

  57. Agogino, George and D. Pickett, 1960. Two Tales of the Three Nails. New York Folklore Quarterly, 16, 32-36.

  58. Agogino, George and Sally Sacks, 1960. Criticisms of the Museum Orientation of Existing Antiquity Laws. Plains Anthropologist, 5(9), 31-35.

  59. Agogino, George and Sally Sacks, 1960. The Failure of State and Federal Legislation to Protect Archaeological Resources. Journal of Iowa Archaeology, 7, 9-16.

  60. Agogino, George and Sally Sacks, 1960. The Failure of State and Federal Legislation to Protect Archaeological Resources. TEBIWA, 3(1&2), 43-46.

  61. Agogino, George and Sally Sacks, 1960. The Present Status of State and Federal Antiquity Laws. TEBIWA, 3, 1-2.

  62. Agogino, George, 1961. Ancient Seed Gatherers - the Cochise Complex. Science of Man, 1(3), 84-88.

  63. Agogino, George, 1961. A Paleo-Indian Kill Site in Northwest Iowa. American Philosophical Society Yearbook.

  64. Agogino, George, 1961. Forward to Abominable Snowman by Ivan T. Sanderson, vii-xii.

  65. Agogino, George, 1961. A Middle Prehistoric Burial from Laramie, Wyoming. Plains Anthropologist, 6(13), 203-204.

  66. Agogino, George, 1961. The New Jersey Pine Barrens--History and Folklore. Science of Man, 1(5), 171-172.

  67. Agogino, George, 1961. A New Point Type from Hell Gap Valley, Eastern Wyoming. American Antiquity, 26(4), 558-560.

  68. Agogino, George, 1961. Possible Paleo-Indian Skeletal Material in the Middle Rio Grande. Science of Man, (June), 123-125.

  69. Agogino, George, 1961. Radiocarbon Dating at Lindenmeier. Science of Man, (February), 1(2), 58-61.

  70. Agogino, George, 1961. A Survey of Paleo-Indian Sites Along the Middle Rio Grande Drainage. Plains Anthropologist, 6(11), 7-12.

  71. Agogino, George and E, Galloway, 1961. The Johnson Site: A Folsom Campsite. Plains Anthropologist, 6(13), 205-208.

  72. Agogino, G. and D. Pickett, 1961. The Magic Whistle: A Folktale of Gypsy Cunning. Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society, 40(3&4), 105-109.

  73. Sacks, Sally and George Agogino, 1962. The Rights and Duties of Trained Archaelogists in Antiquity Legislation. New World Antiquity, 9(1/2), 3-12.

  74. Agogino, George, 1962. Excavations of the Sisters Hill Site, Wyoming. Yearbook of the American Philosophical Society, 1962, 461-462.

  75. Agogino, George, 1962. A Forty-Year Look at the Paleo-Indian Picture in North America. Tennessee Archaeologist, 18(2), 70-74.

  76. Agogino, George, 1962. A Gypsy Version of an Arabian Tale. Science of Man, 2, 107-108.

  77. Agogino, George, 1962. Folsom Radiocarbon Dates. Current Anthropology, 4,1.

  78. Agogino, George, 1962. Review of Freeman's Article on Paleo-Indian Migrations to the New World. Current Anthropology, 4, 2.

  79. Agogino, George, 1962. Hypnotism: Its Role in Science Today. La Conquista (June-July), 6, 1-3.

  80. Agogino, George, 1962. The Leath Skeletal Material. Wyoming Archaeologist, 5, 7-10.

  81. Agogino, George, 1962. Comments on "Paleo-Indians in Eastern North America," by Ronald J. Mason, Current Anthropology, 3(3), 246-247.

  82. Agogino, George, 1962. Past, Present and Future Position of the Paleo-Indian in North America. La Conquista (June-July), 6, 3-4.

  83. Agogino, George and I. Rovner, 1962. Leisure, Surplus, Vitalization and Progress: A Study in Innovation. La Conquista, 1, 7.

  84. Cynthia Irwin-Williams, Henry Irwin and George Agogino, 1962. Wyoming Muck Tells of Battle: Ice Age vs. Mammoth. National Geographic Society Magazine, 121, 828-837.

  85. Hurt, W., W. Buckles, E. Fugle and George Agogino, 1962. Report on the Investigation of the Four Bear Site, 39DW2, Dewey County, South Dakota. W.H. Over Museum, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota.

  86. Sacks, Sally and George Agogino, 1962. Suggested Improvement of Archaeological Resources by Education and Statute. Southwestern Lore, 28(2), 37-39.

  87. Irwin, H., C. Irwin and George Agogino, 1962. Archaeological Investigations at Hell Gap, Guernsey Wyoming, 1962. National Geographic Society Research Reports 1962, 127-130.

  88. Agogino, George and Sally Sacks, 1962. Salvage Archaeology: A World Problem. La Conquista (April-May), 1-2, 14-15.

  89. Galloway, E. and George Agogino, 1962. Problems on the Preservation of Antiques. MasterKey, 36(3).

  90. Agogino, George, 1963. Review of Man's Discovery of His Past: Literary Landmarks in Archaeology. Robert Heizer (ed.), American Antiquity, 29(2), 244.

  91. Agogino, George, 1963. New Radiocarbon Date for the Folsom Complex. Current Anthropology, 4(1), 113-114.

  92. Agogino, George, 1963. The Paleo-Indian in North America. Genus, 19(1-4), 1-17.

  93. Agogino, George, 1963. The Paleo-Indian: Relative Age and Cultural Sequence. Great Plains Journal, 3(2), 17-24.

  94. Agogino, George, 1963. Progress Report on the Chemical Removal of Preservative from Radiocarbon Samples. La Conquista (Spring), 2.

  95. Agogino, George, 1963. Reply to "Sandia Points at the Clovis Type Site." Current Anthropology, 4, 121.

  96. Agogino, George, 1963. Comments on "Upper Paleolithics and the New World," by Greenman. Current Anthropology, 4(1), 66-67.

  97. Agogino, George, 1963. Bison and the Paleo-Indian. Anthropological Journal of Canada, 1(4), 2-3.

  98. Agogino, George and J. Duguid, 1963. The Plainview Point: A Brief Summary. Southwestern Lore, 29(2), 37-39.

  99. Agogino, George and J. Duguid, 1963. Scottsbluff-Eden Points and the Cody Complexes. Southwestern Lore, 28(4), 73-75.

  100. Agogino, George and J. Duguid, 1963. Osteology of the Four Bear Burials. Plains Anthropologist, 19, 51-60.

  101. Agogino, George and E. Galloway, 1963. The Skulls from Torrington, Wyoming: A Re-evaluation. American Antiquity, 29(1), 106-109.

  102. Rovner, Irwin and George Agogino, 1963. Comments on "Agriculture as the Basis of Civilization." TEBIWA (Summer).

  103. Agogino, George and Sally Sacks, 1963. A World View of the Problems of Salvage Archaeology. South African Archaeological Bulletin (Fall), 239-240.

  104. Agogino, George, 1964. Blackwater Draw Summer Field School Progress Report. Oklahoma Anthropological Society Bulletin, 12.

  105. Agogino, George, 1964. The Cody Complex. New World Antiquity, 11(11/12), 134-140.

  106. Agogino, George, 1964. The Cody Complex. Wyoming Archaeologist, 7(2), 38-42.

  107. Agogino, George, 1964. Comments on "The Fate of the 'Classic' Neanderthals: A Consideration of Hominid Catastrophism," by C. Loring Brace. Current Anthropology, 5(1), 19-20.

  108. Agogino, George, 1964. Comments on "The Human Revolution," By Charles F. Hockett and Robert Ascher. Current Anthropology, 5, 152-153.

  109. Agogino, George, 1964. Hypnotism: Its Role in the History of the Supernatural. Genus, 20(14).

  110. Agogino, George, 1964. Hypnotism: An Anthropological Tool? Anthropological Journal of Canada, 2(2), 8-11.

  111. Agogino, George, 1964. The Paleo-Indian Chronology and Cultural Sequence. New Hampshire Archaeologist, September (3), 1-5.

  112. Agogino, George, 1964. Comments on "Prehistoric and Early Historic Culture Horizons and Traditions in South China," by Kwang-Chih Chang. Current Anthropology, 5, 384-385.

  113. Agogino, George, 1964. The First Radiocarbon Date From Folsom, N.M., USA (Summary). Book Review of American Archaeological Literature. Spanish Abstracts of USA Archaeology, Seville, Spain.

  114. Agogino, George, 1964. Paleo-Indian Points in the United States. Genus, 20, 1-4.

  115. Agogino, George and W. Frankforter, 1964. The Brewster Site: A Paleo-Indian Site in Eastern Wyoming. Wyoming Archaeologist, 8(4), 7-11.

  116. Agogino, George, Vance Haynes and David Gebhard, 1964. Horned Owl Cave. American Antiquity, 29(3), 360-368.

  117. Agogino, George, Irwin Rovner and Cynthis Irwin-Williams, 1964. Early Man in the New World. Science, 143(3612), 1350-1352.

  118. Robbins, M., and George Agogino, 1964. The Wapanucket No. 8 Site: A Clovis Archaic site in Massachusetts. American Antiquity, 29(4), 509-513.

  119. Agogino, George and I. Rovner, 1964. Paleo-Indian Traditions: A Current Evaluation. Archaeology, 17(4), 237-243.

  120. Agogino, George and I. Rovner, 1964. A Topological Re-evaluation of the Paleo-Indian Cultures of the High Plains. New World Antiquity, 11(9/10), 98-106.

  121. Agogino, George, 1965. An Archaeologist's View of Pre-projectile Point Cultures. Museum News, The University of South Dakota, 26,(9-10).

  122. Agogino, George, 1965. Mammoth Hunters of the Llano Estacado. Earth Science (September-October), 18(5), 204-208.

  123. Agogino, George, 1965. Review of Jennings and Norbeck's "Prehistoric Man in the New World." Plains Anthropologist (Spring).

  124. Agogino, George, 1965. Review of "Men of Ancient Iowa", by Marshall McKusick. American Antiquity, 31(1), 123-124.

  125. Agogino, George, 1965. The Possibility of Pre-projectile Point Paleo-Indian. New World Antiquity, 12(5/6), 47-50.

  126. Agogino, George, 1965. Comments on "Prehistoric Man in the New World", by Jesse Jennings and Edwards Norbeck. Archaeology (December), 312-313.

  127. Agogino, George, 1965. Two Rocky Mountain Archaeological Sites. Year Book of the American Philosophical Society (Agogino, George, 1965. ), 463-466.

  128. Agogino, George, 1965. The Use of Hypnotism as an Ethnologic Research Technique. Plains Anthropologist, 10(27), 31-36.

  129. Agogino, George, 1965. Exchange with David Tillson over Terminology of Paleo-Indian Physical Types. Current Anthropology, 2.

  130. Agogino, George, 1965. Pictured in Article on Early Man in North America. Science Magazine.

  131. Agogino, George and Eugene Galloway, 1965. The Sisters' Hill Site: A Hell Gap Site in North-Central Wyoming. Plains Anthropologist, 10(29), 190-195.

  132. Irwin-Williams, Cynthia, George Agogino and Irwin Rovner, 1965. The Hell Gap Archaeological Site, Wyoming. International Association for Quaternary Research, VII Congress Guide Book, Lincoln, Neb.

  133. Nordstrom, A. J. Jr. and George Agogino, 1965. The "Dark" Continent; A Reconsideration. Museum News, 36(3-4), 1-4.

  134. Agogino, George and G. Egan, 1965. Man's Use of Bison and Cattle on the High Plains. Great Plains Journal, 5(1), 34-43.

  135. Agogino, George and Cynthia Irwin-Williams, 1965. Archaeological Investigations at the Hell Gap Site. National Geographic Society Research Reports, 1965 Projects, 11-13.

  136. Irwin-Williams, C., Henry Irwin, George Agogino and Vance Haynes, 1965. The Hell Gap Site, Wyoming: An Archaeological Sketch. Wyoming Archaeologist, 12(2), 35-39.

  137. Agogino, George and I. Rovner, 1965. Eastern New Mexico University Excavations at Blackwater Draw, Locality No.1. International Association for Quaternary Research, VII International Congress (1965), 3.

  138. Agogino, George and Sally Sacks, 1965. The Failure of Antiquity Laws in the U.S. Today. Wyoming Archaeologist, 8(3&4), 11-16.

  139. Agogino, George, 1966. The Malakoff Heads. El Palacio Magazine (Autumn), 32-36.

  140. Agogino, George, 1966. Review of William Bass' Monograph Published in the Plains Anthropologist (1965). Journal of Physical Anthropology.

  141. Agogino, George, 1966. Reply to Misuse of Nomenclature in Hominoidea. Current Anthropology, 7, 87-88.

  142. Agogino, George, 1966. The Paleo-Indian Chronology and Cultural Sequence. The Wyoming Archaeologist, 9(2),18-25.

  143. Agogino, George, 1966. Report on Grant No.1. 1965 Sigma XI. American Scientist (December), 505A-506A.

  144. Agogino, George, 1966. Report on Institutions: Paleo-Indian Institute. Current Anthropology, 7, 243.

  145. Agogino, George, 1966. Report on Grant No.1, 1964, Sigma-Xi RESA Grants in Aid of Research. American Scientist, 54, 505A.

  146. Agogino, George, 1966. Paleo-Indian Institute. Current Anthropology, 7(2), 243.

  147. Irwin, Henry, Cynthia Irwin-Williams, and George Agogino, 1966. Archaeological Investigations at the Hell Gap Site, Guernsey, Wyoming. National Geographic Reports, 131-136.

  148. 1966 Resume of Cultural Complexes at the Hell Gap Site, Guernsey, Wyoming for 1964. Wyoming Archaeologist, 9(2), 11-13.

  149. Agogino, George, 1966. An Archaeologist View of Pre-projectile Points. Screenings, Journal of Oregon State Archaeology Society. (Reprint from University of South Dakota Museum News).

  150. Smith, Calvin, John Runyon and George Agogino, 1966. A Progress Report on Pre-Ceramic Site at Rattlesnake Draw, Eastern New Mexico. Plains Anthropologist, 11(34), 302-313.

  151. Haynes C. and George Agogino, 1966. Prehistoric Springs and Geochronology of the Clovis Site, New Mexico. American Antiquity, 31(6), 812-821.

  152. Agogino, George and G. Egan, 1966. Australopithecinae as Likely Ancestors to Man. Museum News, University of South Dakota, 27(11&12), 1-7.

  153. Agogino, George, 1966. Fluorine Analysis Procedures Used in Determination of the Age of Fossils. The Texas Journal of Science, 18(4), 406-416.

  154. Smith, Shirley and George Agogino, 1966A. Comparison of Whole and Fragmentary Paleo-Indian Points from Blackwater Draw.Plains Anthropologist, 11(33), 201-203.

  155. Smith, Calvin, John Runyan, and George Agogino, 1966. A Progress Report on a Pre-Ceramic Site at Rattlesnake Draw, Eastern New Mexico. Plains Anthropologist, 11(34), 302-313.

  156. Agogino, George and G. Egan, 1967. An Osteologic Study of Twenty-Nine Human Skulls from the Guajira Peninsula Region of Columbia-Venezuela. Plains Anthropologist, 12(38), 387-395.

  157. Rovner, Irwin and George Agogino, 1967. An Analysis of Fluted and Unfluted Folsom Points from Blackwater Draw. Masterkey, 41(4), 131-137.

  158. Watt, Frank and George Agogino, 1968. First Citizens of Central Texas. Texana, 5(4), 300-316.

  159. Watt, Frank and Agogino, George, 1968. First Citizens of Central Texas. Texana, (Monograph).

  160. Agogino, George, 1968. Archaeological Excavations at Blackwater Draw Locality No.1, New Mexico, 1963-1964. National Geographic Society Research Reports, 1963 Projects, 1-7.

  161. Agogino, George, 1968. The Pleistocene Geologist and the Paleo-Indian Archaeologist. Earth Science, 21(2), 63.

  162. Agogino, George, 1968. A Brief History of Early Man in the Western High Plains. The Newsletter of the Archaeological Survey Association of Southern California, 15(2), 1-5.

  163. Agogino, George, 1968. The Experimental Removal of Preservative from Radiocarbon Samples. Plains Anthropologist, 13(40), 146-147.

  164. Agogino, George, 1968. Review of the Cohonia Culture of Mr. Floyd by McGregor. Man Magazine.

  165. Agogino, George and J. Price, 1968. The Effects of Adverse Conditions on the Formation of Cliques. Anthropological Journal of Canada, 6(2), 25-27.

  166. Irwin, Henry, Cynthia Irwin-Williams and George Agogino, 1968. Archaeological Investigations at the Hell Gap Site Near Guernsey, Wyoming. National Geographic Society Research Reports, 1963 Projects, 151-156.

  167. Agogino, George, 1968. A Brief History of Early Man in the Western High Plains. Symposium of the Southwestern Anthropological Association, San Diego, 1968. Eastern New Mexico University Contributions in Anthropology, 1(4),1-5.

  168. Agogino, George, 1969. Comments on "Multidimensional Approach to Oral Literature." Current Anthropology, 10(4), 420-421.

  169. Agogino, George, 1969. The Midland Complex: Is It Valid? American Anthropologist, 71(6), 1117-1118.

  170. Agogino, George, 1969. Paleontological and Zoological Materials from Blackwater Draw Locality Number One. American Philosophical Yearbook (1969), 275.

  171. Agogino, George and J. Place, 1969. The Use of the Photo Modifier in Reproducing Artifacts. Anthropological Journal of Canada, 7(2), 26-27.

  172. Agogino, George and I. Rovner, 1969. Minnesota Man: Archaeology's Fickle Female. Anthropological Journal of Canada, 7(1), 2-12.

  173. Agogino, George and I. Rovner, 1969. Preliminary Report of a Stratified Post-Folsom Sequence at Blackwater Draw Locality No. 1. American Antiquity, 34(2), 175-176.

  174. Irwin, Henry T., Cynthia Irwin-Williams and George Agogino, 1969. Archeological Investigations at the Hell Gap Site, Guernsey, Wyoming, 1964. National Geographic Society Reports (1969). 113-116.

  175. Agogino, George, 1969. Comments on "Continuity and Emergence in Indian Poverty Culture," by Bernard F. James. Current Anthropology, 11, 443.

  176. Agogino, George, 1969. Man's Antiquity in the Western Hemisphere. Indian Historian, 3(3), 49-52.

  177. Agogino, George, 1969. Occasional, Purposeful Fluting of Agate Basin Points. Occasional Papers of New Mexico Academy of Science 1970), 13-15.

  178. Agogino, George and J. Martinez, 1970. One Navajo's View of Navajo Tribal Government. Masterkey, 44(1), 25-29.

  179. Agogino, George and Al Parrish,1971. The Fowler-Parrish Site: A Folsom Campsite in Eastern Colorado. Plains Anthropologist, 16(52), 111-114.

  180. Agogino, George,1971. The McJunkin Controversy. New Mexico Magazine (Vacation Issue), 41-47.

  181. Agogino, George and M. Kunz,1971. The Paleo-Indian: Fact and Theory of Early Migrations to the New World. The Indian Historian, 4(1), 21-26.

  182. Irwin-Williams, C. Henry Irwin, George Agogino and Vance Haynes,1971. Archaeological Investigations at the Hell Gap Site, Guernsey, Wyoming. National Geographic Society Research Reports for 1965 Projects, pp. 11-13.

  183. Agogino, George,1972. Excavations at a Paleo-Indian Site (Brewster) in Moss Agate Arroyo, Eastern Wyoming. National Geographic Society Research Reports 1955-1960 Projects, 1-6.

  184. Agogino, George, 1972. Pigweed Seeds Dated Oldest in United States. ScienceNewsletter, 72, 325.

  185. Agogino, George and G. Egan,1972. Indians of Eastern New Mexico. Guidebook of East-Central New Mexico, 23rd Field Conference on New Mexico Geological Society, 137-140.

  186. Agogino, George and J. Mason,1972. The Ceremonialism of the Tepecan. Eastern New Mexico University Contributions in Anthropology, Portales, New Mexico, 4(1), 1-41.

  187. Dominique E. Stevens and George Agogino,1972. New vs Old, the "Great Debate" in American Archaeology. Anthropological Journal of Canada, 10, 14-18.

  188. Agogino, George and D. Stevens,1972. Tours of Archaeological Interest in East-Central New Mexico. 23rd Field Conference of New Mexico Geological Society, 141-143.

  189. Agogino, George, et al. 1973. Dona Maria and the Legend of La Llorona. Anthropological Journal of Canada, 11, 27-29.

  190. Irwin-Williams, C., Henry Irwin, George Agogino and Vance Haynes,1973. Hell Gap: Paleo-Indian Occupation on the High Plains. Plains Anthropologist, 18(5), 40-53.

  191. Kunz, Mike, Glen Gamache and George Agogino,1973. The Material Culture from Billy the Kid's Cave and Late Cultural History of Blackwater Draw. Awanyu, 1, 38-48.

  192. Brew, J.D., George Agogino, Cynthia Irwin Williams,1974. Obituary: Eleanor C. Irwin, 1910-1973. American Antiquity, 39, 608-609.

  193. Agogino, George, Gustav Kocsis, Dominique Stevens,1974. A Scientific Investigation of Reported Occurrences of Human Sacrifice in Modern Mexico. Greater Llano Estacado Southwest Heritage (Spring), 4(1), 2-4.

  194. Agogino, George,1975. Indians of Roosevelt County. Roosevelt County History and Heritage, Jean M. Burroughs (ed.), Portales, New Mexico: Bishop Printing Company.

  195. Agogino, George, 1975. Indians of Roosevelt County. Rio Grande History, 5, 20-23.

  196. Agogino, George, 1975. The Story of George McJunkin. The McJunkin Anthropological Newsletter, Don Miller (ed.), San Francisco State University, Fall.

  197. Agogino, George and B. Ferguson,1975. The Archaeology of New Mexico. New Mexico Almanac 1975), J.R. Spencer (compiler), Clovis, New Mexico.

  198. Agogino, George and F. Folsom,1975. Fact and Fiction on the Folsom Discovery. Liberal Arts Reviews, 1(2), 23-24.

  199. Agogino, George and F. Folsom, 1975. New Light on an Old Site: Events Leading up to the Discovery of the Folsom Type Site. Anthropological Journal of Canada, 13(2), 570-576.

  200. Agogino, George and D. Stevens,1975. Sandia Cave: A Study in Controversy. Easterm New Mexico University Contributions in Anthropology, Portales, New Mexico, 7(1), (Monograph).

  201. Agogino, George and B. Ferguson,1976. The Mayo Judeo Cult. Greater Llano Estacado Southwest Heritage, 5(4), 16-18.

  202. Agogino, George and B. Ferguson, 1976. The Use of Gem Material by Indians of Western North America and Mexico. Lapidary Journal, 30(2), 570-576.

  203. Agogino, George, G. Patterson, and D. Patterson,1976. Blackwater Draw Locality No.1 South Bank: Report for the Summer of 1974. Plains Anthropologist, 21(3), 213-223.

  204. Agogino, George and D. Patterson,1976. The Linger Skull, a Find of Possible Folsom Age. Greater Llano Estacado Southwest Heritage, 6(2), 22-25.

  205. Agogino, George and B. Ferguson,1977. Villa de Santiago, a Striking Example of a Tropical Micro-Environment in Northern Mexico. Greater Llano Estacado Southwest Heritage, 6(4), 29-32.

  206. Agogino, George,1977. Introduction to "McFaddin Beach," by Dr. Russell Long. Patillo Higgins Series of Natural History and Anthropology, Spindletop Museum, Lamar University, (1).

  207. Agogino, George, 1977. The Mysterious Chalchihuital Green Stone of Ancient Mexico. Anthropological Journal of Canada, 15(3), 22-25.

  208. Agogino, George, 1977. Chalchihuital: The Mysterious Green Stone of the Aztec Indians of Mexico. Discover Mexico, 17(2), 23-25.

  209. Agogino, George, 1977. Review of "Dinosaurs of the Southwest", by R.P. Ratkovich. Southwest Heritage Magazine, 6(4).

  210. Agogino, George and Bobbie Ferguson,1977. Some Interesting Parallels Between Comanche and Judeo-Christian Religious Beliefs. Greater Llano Estacado Southwest Heritage, 7(2), 36.

  211. Agogino, George,1977. The Archaeology of New Mexico. New Mexico State Digest (November).

  212. Agogino, George, 1978. The Angus Mammoth: Was It a Valid Kill Site? Anthropological Journal of Canada, 16(3), 7-9.

  213. Agogino, George, 1978. An Overview of the Yeti-Sasquatch Investigations and Some Thoughts on Their Outcome. Anthropological Journal of Canada, 16(2), 11-13.

  214. Agogino, George and B. Ferguson,1978. Two Instances of the Use of Ethnographic Analogy in the Study of the Paleo-Indian. Anthropological Journal of Canada, 16(4), 15-16.

  215. Agogino, George,1978. Comments on "The Alleged Diffusion of Hindu Divine Symbols into Pre-Columbian Meso-America: A Critique," by Balaji Mundkur. Current Anthropology, 19(3), 568.

  216. Agogino, George and B. Ferguson,1979. The Mayo Judio Cult. Discover Mexico (February), 19(1), 12-14.

  217. Agogino, George,1979. The Indian of La Llorona. Discover Mexico (June), 14-16.

  218. Agogino, George, 1979. Gypsies of Northern Mexico. The Greater Llano Estacado Southwest Heritage (Winter 1978-1979), 8(4), 2-6.

  219. Agogino, George, 1979. Yearly Report. Teocentli, (1979), 1.

  220. Ferguson, Bobbie and George Agogino,1979. Tracing John Reed's 1914 Desert Route: The Haciendas. Eastern New Mexico University Contributions in Anthropology, 10(1), 1-52.

  221. Agogino, George and L. Sanchez,1979. The Many Faces of La Llorona. Southwest Heritage, 9(1), 8-12.

  222. Agogino, George,1979. Review of "Prehistory of the Eastern Highlands of New Guinea," by Virginia Natso and David Cole, Journal of the Royal Anthropology Society of Great Britain and Ireland (Fall 1979).

  223. Agogino, George, 1980. The Stolle Mammoth: a Possible Clovis Kill Site Near Dora, N.M. Grant No. 1783. National Geographic Research Yearbook (1980), 89-93.

  224. Agogino, George and B. Ferguson,1980. Investigation of a Mexican-Indian Jewish Community, Hidalgo, Mexico. University of Oklahoma, Papers in Anthropology, 21(1), 101-103.

  225. Agogino, George and A. Bennett,1980. Rapid Acculturation of the Huasteca. University of Oklahoma, Papers in Anthropology, 21(1), 79-89.

  226. Agogino, George,1980. Yearly Report. Teocentli (1980), 1.

  227. Agogino, George, 1980. People of Mexico, Problems and Potential, Section II, (ed.). University of Oklahoma, Papers in Anthropology, 21(1), 101-104.

  228. Agogino, George and Steve Carlota,1980. Photograph of Jalisco peasant, Atzcatitlan, Mexico. El Portal Magazine, 39(1), 38.

  229. Agogino, George,1981. Dedication Speech, Blackwater Draw Site as a National Historic Landmark. Southwest Heritage (1981), 11(3), 12-13.

  230. Agogino, Georg, 1981. Forward for Don La Vash's book: 1981 Edition of A Journey Through New Mexico History (1981).

  231. Agogino, George,1981. A Pre-Columbian Aztec Indian Version of La Llorona. Southwest Heritage, 10(3/4), 23-24.

  232. Agogino, George, 1981. A Choice of What I Consider to be the Three Greatest Books. Article in Celebration of The Book (1981), New Mexico Book League.

  233. Agogino, George,1981. Yearly Report. Teocentli, (1981), 1.

  234. Agogino, George and A. Dorado,1981. The San Andres Huichol: An Easter Experience. Discover Mexico, 21(1), 12-18.

  235. Agogino, George,1981. The Resurrection of Huitzolopochtli. Pursuit, 14(4), 155-157.

  236. Agogino, George and B. Ferguson,1981. Jews of Mexico. Annual Yearbook of the Latin American Division of the Rocky Mountain Research Council.

  237. Agogino, George and M. A. Bennett,1981. Social Distance Between Latinos and Huasteca Indians. Annual Yearbook of the Latin America Division of the Rocky Mountain Research Council.

  238. Boldurian, A. and George Agogino,1982. A Re-examination of Spring Lithics from Blackwater Draw Locality, No. 1. Plains Anthropologist, 27(97), 211-215.

  239. Agogino, George,1982. The Mexican Curandero. Discover Mexico, 22(6), 17-18.

  240. Agogino, George, 1982. The Mitchell-Hedges Crystal Skull: Ancient History or Modern Mystery. Pursuit, 15(3), 98-125.

  241. Agogino, George, 1982. Yearly Report. Teocentli, (1982), 1.

  242. Agogino, George, E. Carajal and B. Ferguson,1982. The Brujo and Curea in Mexico and the US Southwest. Discover Mexico, 23.

  243. Agogino, George, E. Carajal and B. Ferguson,1982. The Brujo and Curea in Mexico and the US Southwest. Southwest Heritage, 12(4), 7-11 & 28.

  244. Agogino, George and B. Ferguson,1982. The Mitchell-Hedges Crystal Skull. Anthropology Journal of Canada, 20(2), 2-4.

  245. Agogino, George and B. Ferguson,1982. Pancho Villa, Bandit to Statesman. Discover Mexico, 22(6), 12-15.

  246. Sharp, T. and George Agogino,1982. Seri and Pima of Northern Mexico. Discover Mexico (May-June), 3, 14-18.

  247. Shelly, P. and George Agogino,1983. Agate Basin Point Technology: An Insight. Plains Anthropologist, 28(100), 115-118.

  248. Agogino, George,1983. The Hell Gap Point: A Twenty Year Evaluation. Masterkey, 57(1), 34-38.

  249. Agogino, George, 1983. The Kickapoo of El Nacimiento: Coachuila, Mexico. Southwest Heritage, 13(2), 9-10.

  250. Agogino, George, 1983. The Paleo-Indian: A Current Evaluation. Journal of Redlands University, 7(1), 18-25.

  251. Agogino, George, 1983. Don Pedro: The Southwest's Most Famous Curandero. Pursuit, 16(3), 109-110.

  252. Agogino, George, 1983. Human Burials of the McGee Creek Project. Final Report on the McGee Creek Cemetery Locations, Atoka County, Oklahoma. Bureau of Reclamation, Torres, Oklahoma, pp. 68-83.

  253. Agogino, George, 1983. The Three Most Important Books That Affected My Life. Peoples Almanac, Onyx, New York.

  254. Agogino, George 1983Yearly Report. Teocentli, (1983), 1.

  255. Agogino, George, and B. Ferguson,1983. Curanderismo: The Folk Healer in the Spanish Speaking Community. Masterkey, 57(3), 101-106.

  256. Agogino, George,1984. The Mayan Lubaantum Crystal Skull: A Question of Archaeological Validity. Chesopiean, 22(4), 25-29.

  257. Agogino, George, 1984. Yearly Report. Teocentli, (1984), 1.

  258. Meeks, Etchieson and George Agogino,1984. Partial Disturbed Burial from 34GR3, Lake Altus, Greer County. Bureau of Reclamation, Oklahoma City, (Monograph).

  259. Agogino, George and B. Ferguson,1984. Indian Conversion of Christianity Following the Conquest of Mexico. Southwest Heritage (Winter 1984), 18-20.

  260. George Agogino and V. T. Button,1985. A Secondary Burial of Human Cranial Fragments From 34GR6 a Prehistoric Cemetery on the Shoreline of Lake Altus, Greer County, Oklahoma University. Bureau of Reclamation, Amarillo, Texas. (Monograph)

  261. Agogino, George, Mercedes and Alice,1985. The Mexican Church at Catorce: Temple of Miracles. Pursuit, 18(4), 181-183.

  262. Agogino, George,1985. Detailed Analysis of a Human Skeleton From the Shore of Foss Reservoir, Custer County, Oklahoma. United States Bureau of Reclamation, Southwest Regional Office, Amarillo, Texas (In-house publication).

  263. Agogino, George, 1985. Clovis Man: Our First Americans. Chesopiean, 23(4), 5-6.

  264. Agogino, George, 1985. The Amateur Involvement in the Discovery of the Folsom Type Site. Chesopiean, 23(4), 2-4.

  265. Agogino, George, 1985. Chalchihuitl, The Mystery Gem. Chesopiean, 23(1), 2-3.

  266. Agogino, George, 1985. Don Juan Matus: Yaqui Brujo. Pursuit, 13(1), 30-31.

  267. Agogino, George, 1985. Detailed Analysis of a Human Skeleton From the Shore of Foss Reservoir, Custer County, Oklahoma. United States Bureau of Reclamation, Oklahoma City, OK. (In-house publication).

  268. Agogino, George, 1985. Analysis of a Human Burial Near Fort Craig, Socorro County, New Mexico. U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Southwest Region, Amarillo, Texas.

  269. Agogino, George, 1985. The Mennonites of Seminole, Texas. Southwest Heritage (Summer 1985), 14(1), 13-17.

  270. Agogino, George, 1985. The Hell Gap Point: A Twenty Year Evaluation. Central Texas Archaeologist (Spring 1985), 10, 110-116.

  271. Agogino, George, 1985. Yearly Report. Teocentli, (1985), 1.

  272. Agogino, George and B. Sweetland,1985. The Stolle Mammoth, A Probable Clovis Kill-Site. Plains Anthropologist, 30(107), 73-76.

  273. Agogino, George and B. Ferguson,1985. Forward to "Capabilities and Approach of Physical Anthropology." Publication of the U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Amarillo, Texas, 7 Pages.

  274. Agogino, George and M. Etchieson,1985. A Partial Disturbed Burial From Lake Altus, Greer County, Oklahoma. Publication of the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Amarillo, Texas, 1-3.

  275. Agogino, George and Van T. Button,1985. A Secondary Burial of Human Cranial Fragments from 34GR6, a Prehistoric Cemetery, Lake Altus, Greer County, Oklahoma. Bureau of Reclamation, Oklahoma City, 1-14.

  276. Agogino, George,1986. The Kickapoo of El Nacimiento, Coahuila, Mexico. Chesopiean (Winter 1986), 24(1), 14-17.

  277. Agogino, George, 1986. Corn, the Builder and Destroyer of Mexican Indian Civilization. Chesopiean (Spring 1986), 24(2), 6-7.

  278. Agogino, George, 1986. For Fear of Cortez: a Possible Huasteca Refugee Group Who Fled North From the Spanish Invasion. Chesopiean, 24(4), 23-27.

  279. Agogino, George, 1986. Somebody Has to Make a Stand Sometime. Chesopiean, 24(5).

  280. Agogino, George, 1986. The Coffin of the Restless Priest. Pursuit, 19(3), 135.

  281. Agogino, George,1986. The Cowboy and the Blacksmith: Discovery of the First Paleo-Indian Site in America. La Fuenta Magazine.

  282. Agogino, George, 1986. Yearly Report. Teocentli, (1986), 1.

  283. Agogino, George and V. Button,1986. A Report on Additional Human Skeletal Material Exposed by Reservoir Induced Erosion at Lake Altus, Southwest Oklahoma. Publication of the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Amarillo, Texas, 1-24.

  284. Button, Van T. and George Agogino,1986. A Report on Human Skeletal Material Exposed by Reservoir Induced Erosion at Lake Altus, Southern Oklahoma. Bureau of Reclamation, Oklahoma City, OK. (Monograph).

  285. Agogino, George and L. Sanchez,1986. Last Train From Cuernavaca. True West, 33(7), 16-21.

  286. Haynes, Vance and George Agogino,1986. Geochronology of Sandia Cave. Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology (32), 1-32.

  287. Agogino, George, V. Haynes, J.S. Sanders, and D. Stanford (contributors),1986. Article on Southwest in History of current Research of Classic Paleo-Indian Sites in the Southern High Plains of Texas and New Mexico, V. Holliday (ed.), 82-112.

  288. Agogino, George, et al.,1986. Guidebook to Archaeological Geology of Classic Paleo-Indian Sites on the Southern High Plains of Texas and New Mexico. Geological Society of America, 1-130.

  289. Agogino, George,1987. Why the Pleistocene Fauna Lingered in Latin America. The Artifact, 25(1), 59-61.

  290. Agogino, George, 1987. The Case Against a Pre-Projectile Horizon. The Artifact,25(1), 63-65.

  291. Agogino, George, 1987. Snow Filled Arroyos as Paleo-Indian Bison Traps. Artifact, 25(1), 67-68.

  292. Agogino, George, 1987. The Female Vampire as a Survival of Ancient Near East Female Demons. Pursuit, 20(3), 109-110.

  293. Agogino, George, 1987. A Report on Additional Human Skeletal Material Exposed by Reservoir Induced Erosion at Lake Altus, Southwest Oklahoma. Oklahoma Anthropological Society (December 1987), 36, 1-11.

  294. Agogino, George, 1987. The Large Stone Heads From Malakoff, Texas: Their Age and Cultural Origins. Chesopiean, 25(1), 2-6.

  295. Agogino, George, 1987. Oscar Howe, Sioux Artist. Plains Anthropologist, 32(116), 197-202.

  296. Agogino, George, 1987. The Guadalupe Madonna. Pursuit, 20(3), 127-128.

  297. Agogino, George, 1987. The Talking Crosses of Southern Mexico. Pursuit, 20(1), 12.

  298. Agogino, George, 1987. The Virgin of Los Remedios: The Spanish Answer to the Indian Virgin of Guadalupe. Pursuit, 20(20), 129-130.

  299. Agogino, George, 1987. Paleo-Indian Investigations Along a Tributary of Cottonwood Creek. Archaeological Mitigation at Soil Conservation Service Site No.8, Cottonwood-Walnut Watershed. Soil Conservation Service Publication, Albuquerque, N.M., 96-98.

  300. Agogino, George, 1987. Megafauna: Did It Linger Later in Hispanic America. Chesopiean, 25(3), 17-19.

  301. Agogino, George, 1987. A Norse Hoax: The Kensington Stone. Pursuit, 20(2), 78.

  302. George Agogino and T. Boldurian,1987. The Colby Site: A Book Review. Plains Anthropologist, 32(115). 105-107.

  303. George Agogino,1987. A Scientific Examination of the Talma of the Lady of Guadalupe. El Renacimiento.

  304. Agogino, George, 1987. The Paleo-Indian in the Middle Pecos Valley. Advances in Middle Pecos Archaeology, by Susana and Paul Katz. U.S. Bureau of Interior Publication, Carlsbad, N.M., 1-4.

  305. Agogino, George, 1987. Sisters' Hill Site. Dictionary of Archaeological Terms.

  306. Agogino, George, 1987. The Colby Site: A Book Review and Summary of Mammoth Kill-Sites in the Southwest and Rocky Mountain Area. Chesopiean, 25(2), 18-20.

  307. Agogino, George, 1987. New World Flagellantes: Pre-Columbian Aztecs, the Third Order of St. Francis and the Southwest Pentitentes. Pursuit, 20(2), 78-79.

  308. Agogino, George, 1987. A Norse Hoax, The Kensington Stone. Chesopiean, 25(4), 12-13.

  309. Agogino, George, 1987. The Angostura Point. Dictionary of Archaeological Terms.

  310. Agogino, George, 1987. Yearly Report. Teocentli, (1987), 1.

  311. Agogino, George and D.C. Anderson,1987. The Simonsen Site. Dictionary of Archaeological Terms.

  312. Boldurian, Tony, George Agogino, Phillip Shelley, & M. Slaughter,1987. Folsom Biface Manufacture, Retooling and Site Function at the Mitchell Locality of Blackwater Draw. Plains Anthropologist, 32(117), 299-312.

  313. Agogino, George and P. Shelley,1987. Alligator Gar Scales as Possible Points. Chesopiean, 25(2), 9-10.

  314. Agogino, George,1988. The Platte River Paleo-Indian Site, 1923. The Artifact, 26(1), 33-34.

  315. Agogino, George, 1988. The History of Blackwater Draw. The Artifact, 26(1), 35-38.

  316. Agogino, George and M. Agogino,1988. The Rancho De Las Brujas of Abiquiu: New Mexico's Famous National Landmark in Hispanic Northwest New Mexico: The Ghost Ranch. El Renacimiento, (March 1988), 9-10.

  317. Agogino, George,1988. The Folsom Type Site Was Not the First: Other Pioneer Discoveries of Early Man. The Artifact, 26(2), 87-88.

  318. Agogino, George, 1988. A Kansas Folsom Site May Have Preceded the Famous Type Site in New Mexico. Lambda Alpha Journal of Man, 19, 27-30.

  319. Agogino, George, 1988. A Study of the Stereotype of the American Indian (Monograph). Reprinted from 1950 UNM Thesis into Library of Congress HM, 261, A34, Date Unknown. 100 pages.

  320. Agogino, George, 1988. Review of Stewart Campbell's "The Loch Ness Monster: The Evidence." Skeptical Inquirer, 12(4), 427-430.

  321. Agogino, George 1988. The Lone Wolf Creek Discovery: An Example of Early Man Being Found in Association With Pleistocene Fauna Before Folsom. Chesopiean, 26(2), 2-3.

  322. Agogino, George, 1988. The Pleistocene Geologist and the Paleo-Indian Archaeologist. Earth Science, 21(2), 63-64.

  323. Agogino, George, 1988. Yearly Report. Teocentli, (1988), 1.

  324. Agogino, George and J. Hurley,1988. Alec Hrdlicka, A Much Maligned Man. Chesopiean, 26(3/4), 2-4.

  325. Agogino, George and B. Ferguson,1988. Examples of How Historical Ethnology Can Aid in Understanding Some Paleo-Indian Techniques. ASA Journal, 12(1), 19-24.

  326. Haynes, Vance and George Agogino,1988. Geological Significance of a New Radiocarbon Date for the Lindenmeier Site. Guidebook to the Archaeological Geology of the Colorado Piedmont and High Plains of Southeastern Wyoming, University of Wisconsin-Madison, WI, 29-52.

  327. Agogino, George and M. Hillsman,1988. Firstview: The Cultural-Chronological Implications. The Artifact, 26(1), 25-27.

  328. Agogino, George and M. Hillsman,1988. Paleo-Indian Snow Traps: Snow-Filled Arroyos as Paleo-Indian Bison Traps. Chesopiean, 26(1), 18-19.

  329. Agogino, George,1988. The Firstview Complex as a Cody Variant. Lambda Alpha Journal of Man, 19, 31-34.

  330. Agogino, George and P. Shelley,1988. Could Gar Scales Have Been Used As Projectile Points in the Southern United States and Northern Mexico? The Artifact, 26(1), 29-31.

  331. Irwin-Williams, Cynthia, Vance Haynes and George Agogino,1988. Hell Gap: Paleo-Indian Occupation on the High Plains. Guidebook to the Archaeological Geology of the Colorado Peidmont and High Plains of Southeastern Wyoming, University of Wisconsin-Madison, pp.9-22.

  332. Agogino, George,1989. The La Llorona Legend. El Renacimiento (February 1989), 1-4.

  333. Agogino, George, 1989. The Cultural Destruction of the Archaeological Site At Tlatilco, Mexico City. Chesopiean, 27(1), 16-19.

  334. Agogino, George, 1989. An Analysis of Cranium I-1: A Possible Upper Paleolithic Skull. The Artifact, 27(3), 99-103.

  335. Agogino, George, 1989. The French Forts in Mexico, Neglected Historical Archaeology. The Artifact, 27(4), 5-12.

  336. Agogino, George, 1989. Paleo-Indian Myths. In the Light of Past Experiences: Papers in Honor of Jack T. Hughes, Beryl Cain Roper (ed.), Texas: Clarendon Press, Aquamarine Publications, 35-45.

  337. Agogino, George, 1989. The French Forts of Mexico. International Guide to Research in Mexico.

  338. Agogino, George, 1989. Summary of Current Research on French Forts Along Highway 85 in Mexico. International Guide to Research in Mexico.

  339. Agogino, George, 1989. Summary of the Mysterious Disappearance of Ambrose Bierce in Mexico During the Mexican Revolution. International Guide to Research in Mexico, 146.

  340. Agogino, George, 1989. A Possible Historical Basis for the La Llorona Legend. El Renacimiento (Spring/Fall, 1989), 1-4.

  341. Agogino, George, 1989. A Possible Historical Basis for La Llorona Legend. Lambda Alpha Journal (formerly Journal of Man), 20, 95-98.

  342. Agogino, George, 1989. The Cultural Destruction of the Archaeological Site at Tlatilco, Mexico. The Artifact, 27(4), 13-16.

  343. Agogino, George, 1989. Yearly Report. Teocentli, (1989), 1.

  344. Agogino, George and V. Green,1989. Measurement of Three Skeletons From San Juan County, N.M. The Artifact, 27(4), 1-4.

  345. Agogino, George and M. Agogino,1989. The New World Flagellantes: The Pre-Columbian Aztecs, The Third Order of Saint Francis and the Southwest Penitentes. Chesopiean, 27(2), 27-31.

  346. Lockman, P. and George Agogino,1989. Migration of the Seminole Indians from Florida to Texas and Mexico. Chesopiean, 27(2), 19-23.

  347. Agogino, George, 1989. Black and Red Alliances: Black and Indian Uprisings in Early United States History. Chesopiean, 27(3), 18-21.

  348. Pickett, D. and George Agogino,1989. The Magic Whistle. Republished in Gypsy Folktales by Diane Tong, New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, pp. 118-120.

  349. Agogino, George and M. Hillsman,1989. The Firstview Point: A Cody Variant. Chesopiean, 27(4), 7-9.

  350. Boldurian, T., 1990. Lithic Technology of the Mitchell Locality of Blackwater Draw. Monograph dedicated to George Agogino, Plains Anthropologist, 24.

  351. Saunders, J.R., G. Agogino, C.V. Haynes and D.S. Stanford, 1990A. Mammoth Ivory Semi-Fabricate from Blackwater Draw Locality No.1, New Mexico. American Antiquity, 55(1), 112-119.

  352. Agogino, George, 1990. Venta Prieta: A Unique Jewish Community in Central Mexico. El Renacimiento, (April/May 1990), 10 Pages.

  353. Agogino, George, 1990. Blackwater Draw, Locality No.1, History of Current Research and Interpretation. Chesopiean, 28.

  354. Agogino, George, 1990. 50 Years of the Paleo-Indian Discovery. Published by the Texas Tech Museum.

  355. Agogino, George, 1990. The Antiquity of Man in the Americas. Indian Artifact, 9(2), 36.

  356. Agogino, George, 1990. Some Honest Answers to Some Frank Questions. Indian Artifact, 9(2), 41-44.

  357. Agogino, George, 1990. A Professionally Excavated Nineteenth-Century Paleo-Indian Site From Logan County, Kansas. Chesopiean, 28(1), 2-4.

  358. Agogino, George, 1990. An Archaeological Puzzle. Chesopiean, 28(2), 9-10.

  359. Agogino, George, 1990. Cynthia Irwin-Williams, 1936-1990. Southwestern Lore (Winter 1990), 56(4), 37-38.

  360. Agogino, George, 1990. Paleo-Indian Tribal Conflict. Indian Artifact (Fall 1990), 9(4), 18-50.

  361. Agogino, George, 1990. Obituary of Cynthia Irwin-Williams. Indian Artifact (Fall 1990), 9(4), 27.

  362. Agogino, George, 1990. Clovis: A Lake, River and Coastal Culture. Chesopiean (Summer 1990), 28(3), 8-9.

  363. Agogino, George, 1990. Paso Por Aqui: Cynthia Irwin-Williams, 1936-1990. Chesopiean (Summer 1990), 28(3), 22-29.

  364. Agogino, George, 1990. Yearly Report. Teocentli, (1990), 1.

  365. Agogino, George, 1990. Pioneer Women Archaeologists. Bulletin of the Archaeological Survey Association of Southern California Inc., 15(4), 12.

  366. Agogino, George, 1991. Streams As Roads For the Paleo Indian. Indian Artifact (Spring 1991), 10(1), 13 & 16.

  367. Agogino, George, 1991. Yes, The Paleo-Indian Really Came By Boat Virginia. Indian Artifact (Spring 1991), 10(1), 13 & 46.

  368. Agogino, George, 1991. The Crystal Skull: Fine Fake or Authentic Artifact. Bulletin of the Archaeological Survey Association of Southern California, 16(2), 6-7.

  369. Agogino, George, 1991. Possible Amateur Involvement at the Piltdown Site. Indian Artifact, 10(3), 20-21 & 53.

  370. Agogino, George, 1991. The Southwest Anasazi: Were They the Country Cousins of the High Civilizations of Mexico? Indian Artifact, 10(4), 45 & 47.

  371. Agogino, George, 1991. The Trinity Site: Twelve Thousand Years of Missile Development. Chesopiean, 29(2), 15-16.

  372. Agogino, George, 1991. Doubts On a Preprojectile Horizon. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Southern California, 16(4), 11.

  373. Agogino, George, 1991. Why Don't We Have a Concentration of Fluted Point Hunters in Meso-America? Indian Artifact, 10(2), 45-47.

  374. Agogino, George, 1991. The French Forts of Mexico. International Guide on Research on Mexico.

  375. Agogino, George, 1991. Mixcaltitlan: Possible Homeland of the Aztecs. International Guide on Research on Mexico.

  376. Agogino, George, 1991. The Search on How Ambrose Bierce Died in Mexico. International Guide on Research on Mexico.

  377. Saunders, J., George Agogino, Tony Boldurian, V. C. Haynes, Jr. 1991A Mammoth-Ivory Burnisher-Billet from the Clovis Level, Blackwater Draw Locality No. 1, N.M. Plains Anthropologist, 36(137), 359-363.

  378. Agogino, George, 1991. How My Bright Idea Burst Like a Bubble. El Paso Archaeology Newsletter, p.5.

  379. Agogino, George, 1991. Yearly Report. Teocintli, (1991), 1

  380. Agogino, George, 1991. Virgin of Guadalupe. Historical Dictionary of the Spanish Empire, James S. Olson (ed.), New York: Greenwood Press, 290-291.

  381. Agogino, George, 1991. Huichols. Historical Dictionary of the Spanish Empire, James S. Olson (ed.), New York: Greenwood Press, 315-316.

  382. Agogino, George, 1991. Dona Marina. Historical Dictionary of the Spanish Empire, James S. Olson (ed.), New York: Greenwood Press, 382-383.

  383. Agogino, George, 1991. New Mexico. Historical Dictionary of the Spanish Empire, James S. Olson (ed.), New York: Greenwood Press, 433-434.

  384. Agogino, George, 1991. Yaqui and Mayo Indians. Historical Dictionary of the Spanish Empire, James S. Olson (ed.), New York: Greenwood Press, 643-644.

  385. Agogino, George, 1991. Yucatan. Historical Dictionary of the Spanish Empire, James S. Olson (ed.), New York: Greenwood Press, 644.

  386. Agogino, George and M. Agogino, 1991. California. Historical Dictionary of the Spanish Empire, James S. Olson (ed.), New York: Greenwood Press, 132-133.

  387. Agogino, George, 1991. Corn. Historical Dictionary of the Spanish Empire, James S. Olson (ed.), New York: Greenwood Press, 202-204.

  388. Agogino, George and L. Sanchez, 1991. Apache. Historical Dictionary of the Spanish Empire, James S. Olson (ed.), New York: Greenwood Press, 41-42.

  389. Agogino, George and M. Agogino, 1991. Pioneer Women in Southwestern Archaeology. Chesopiean, 29(1), 2-4.

  390. Agogino, George, 1991. And I Thought I Was So Original. Chesopiean, 29(1), 8.

  391. Agogino, George and M.A. Bennett, 1991. Historic Archaeology of the California Missions. Bulletin of the Archaeological Survey Association of Southern California, Inc., 16(3), 4-5.

  392. Agogino, George and J.A. Giacobbe, 1991. The Shaman Still Speaks: Analysis of a Late-Archaic Cranium. Chesopiean, 29(3-4), 16-22.

  393. Agogino, George, 1992. Gar Scales As Projectile Points. Tennessee Anthropological Association Newsletter, 17(2), 3-4.

  394. Agogino, George, 1992. Desecration of Valuable Pictoglyphs. Wyoming Archaeologist, 36(1-2), 27-28.

  395. Agogino, George, 1992. Dowsers: Can They be Used in Archaeology? Wyoming Archaeologist, 36(1-2), 29-30.

  396. Agogino, George, 1992. Does the Tasmanian Tiger Exist in Remote Areas of Australia. Australian Folklore Journal, (7).

  397. Agogino, George, 1992. Desecration of Valuable Pictoglyphs. Albuquerque Archaeological Society Newsletter, 27(7), 5.

  398. Agogino, George, 1992. Doubts on a Pre-Projectile Horizon. Bulletin of the Archaeological Survey Association of Southern California, Inc., 17(4), 7-8.

  399. Agogino, George, 1992. Yearly Report. Teocintli, (1992), 1.

  400. Folsom, Franklin and George Agogino, 1992. New Light on an Old Site: Events Leading to the Discovery of the Folsom Type Site. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Southern California. 17 (3), 13-16.

  401. Agogino, George, C.V. Haynes, J. Saunders and D. Stanford, 1992. Reply to F.E. Green's Comments on the Clovis Site. American Antiquity, 57(2), 331-337.

  402. Agogino, George, 1992. Mixcaltitlan, Poverty to Progress, 1994. International Guide to Research on Mexico,1992, p.1.

  403. Agogino, George, 1992. The Lake Guzman Clovis Site, Chihuahua, Mexico. International Guide to Research on Mexico, 1992, p. 30.

  404. Agogino, George, 1992. Mixcaltitlan Island, Possible Homeland of the Aztecs. International Guide to Research on Mexico, 1992, p.132.

  405. Agogino, George, 1992. Ambrose Bierce, Enemy Spy at Pancho Villa's Headquarters. International Guide to Research on Mexico,1992, p. 132-133.

  406. Agogino, George, 1992. The Legendary Kingdom of Prester John. Indian Artifact (Fall), 11(3), 56.

  407. Agogino, George, 1992. The Fluted Tradition. Indian Artifact, 11(4), 36.

  408. Agogino, George, 1992. There Were Giants in Those Days. Bulletin of the Archaeological Survey of Southern California Bulletin, XVII(2), 8.

  409. Agogino, George, 1992. Why Don't We Find More Paleo-Indian Burials? Mammoth Trumpet, 7(3), 2.

  410. Agogino, George, 1992. Paleo-Indian Art Need Not Have a Paint Brush. Indian Artifact (Spring), 11(2), 34 & 53.

  411. Agogino, George, 1992. Ramapithecus, Our Oldest Ancestor. Indian Artifact, 11(2), 34 & 54.

  412. Agogino, George, 1992. How My Bright Idea Burst Like a Bubble. El Paso Archaeological Newsletter, 24(2), 5.

  413. Agogino, George, 1992. An Unusual Pueblo Skull. The Artifact, 30(2), 33-34.

  414. Agogino, George, 1992. Paracutin: The Devil's Breath. The Artifact, 30(4), 15-16.

  415. Agogino, George, 1992. Patricatin. Welcome Home Student Soldiers. Eastern New Mexico University: El Renacimiento.

  416. Agogino, George, 1992. Brenden the Bold, Did He Reach the Americas? Indian Artifact (Fall), 11(3), 46.

  417. Agogino, George, 1992. The Crystal Skull. Anthropos (Fall), 1(1).

  418. Lockman, P. and George Agogino, 1992. The Maroon Communities 1672-1864. The Centers of Early Guerrilla Warfare in the United States, Information for Historical Archaeologists, Chesopiean, 30(1/2), 31-36.

  419. Agogino, George and Sophia Callis Galanes, 1992. Noria Sabina and the Magic Mushroom. Texas Archeological Society Newsletter.

  420. Agogino, George and Sophia Callis Galanes, 1992. Bufo Marines and Aztec Use in Religious Society. El Paso Archoeoloical Newsletter.

  421. Agogino, George, 1993. Biography. Author (ed.) Anthropos, 3(15-16).

  422. Agogino, George, 1993. Yearly Report. Teocentli (January) 96, p.6.

  423. Agogino, George, 1993. Sor Juana Ines De La Cruz, a Woman Misplaced in Time. Anthropos, 1(2), 1 & 12-15.

  424. Agogino, George, 1993. The Crystal Skull, Fake or Artifact. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Southern California, 18, (2), 6-7.

  425. Agogino, George, 1993. Clovis Point Caches, Are They Ceremonial? Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Southern California, 18(1), 8.

  426. Agogino, George, 1993. The Validity of the Crystal Skull of Lubaantun, Belize. Indian Artifact, 12(3), 13 & 62-63.

  427. Agogino, George and Sophia Callis Gallina, 1993. The Navajo Legend, How Man Came to the Upper World. Albuquerque Archaeological Society Newsletter, 28(7), 5-6.

  428. Agogino, George, Bobbie Ferguson and Mercedes Agogino, 1993. Mexico's Island of Mixcaltitlan, Isolation to Modernization, Notas Meso-Americanas, Mexico, 14, 131-135.

  429. Agogino, George, 1993. (Letter to the Editor) Agate Basin Fluting. Indian Artifact, 12(3), 58-59.

  430. Agogino, George, 1993. People of Mystery, The Etruscans. Anthropos, August 4, 4.

  431. Agogino, George, 1993. Cover Photo. Anthropos, 1(2).

  432. Agogino, George, 1993. Much to do About Little, The Springer Catacombs. Indian Artifact, 12(1), 3 & 65.

  433. Agogino, George, 1993. Spacemen in Mexico's Past Are Simply Fantasy. Indian Artifact, 12(1), 30.

  434. Agogino, George, 1993. Archaeological Discoveries and Absolute Truth and Bias. Indian Artifact, 12(1), 53.

  435. Haynes, V. C., Dennis Stanford and George Agogino, 1993. Report on Geoarchaeological Research at the Clovis Type Site, Blackwater Draw, NM, Progress Report submitted to the NM Office of Cultural Affairs for Archaelogical Permit SE-66.

  436. Agogino, George, 1993. Two Photographs of George McJunkin, the Finder of the First Early Man Site in America. (G. Agogino, photographer), Yearbook of Science and the Future (1993).

  437. Agogino, George, 1993. Two Photographs of George McJunkin, the Finder of the First Early Man Site in America. G. Agogino (photographer), Encyclopedia Britannica, 15-16.

  438. Agogino, George, 1993. The Possibility of Two Paleo-Indian Migrations to the New World. Indian Artifact, 12(2), 27.

  439. Agogino, George, 1993. The Olmec Civilization and the Role Played by Ivy League Institutions. Indian Artifact, 12(2), 50-52.

  440. Agogino, George, 1993. Silverman, S. and Parezo, N. Preserving the Anthropological Record (review). Survey Bulletin of the Archaeological Survey Association of Southern California, XVIII(1), 10.

  441. Agogino, George, 1993. Don Juan Matus, Yaqui Brujo of Carlos Castanenda: Does He Really Exist? Anthropos, 3, 9-10.

  442. Agogino, George, 1993. Uncut California Topaz Has Been Found in Western United States Indian Graves. Bulletin of the Archaeological Survey of Southern California Bulletin, 28(2), 14-15.

  443. Agogino, George, 1993. The Tumcacori Mission's Golden Bell, An Archaeological Treasure. Indian Artifact, 12(3), 21.

  444. Agogino, George, 1993. Remarks on the Unusual Skull, Identified as the Devil's Skull, Found Near Santa Fe, N.M. Bulletin of the Archaeological Society of Southern California, 18(3), 6-7.

  445. Agogino, George, 1993. When the Taos Intellectuals Saved the Rio Grande Pueblos. Anthropos, (5), 19.

  446. Agogino, George, 1993. Dr. E. H. Sellards and the Fake Sandia Points from Blackwater Draw. Indian Artifact, 12(4), 23.

  447. Agogino, George, 1993. Unknown Aspects of the Paleo-Indian. Indian Artifact, 12(4), 55.

  448. Agogino, George, 1993. Archaeological Discoveries and Absolute Truths. Bulletin of the Archaeological Survey Association of Southern California, 18(4), 10-11.

  449. Agogino, George, 1993. Current Research Activities. Teocentli 1993 (96), 6.

  450. Agogino, George, 1993. All Gold is Fools Gold. Anthropos, 6(1), 14.

  451. Agogino, George, 1993. Uncut California Topaz Have Been Found in Western United States Indian Graves. Indian Artifact, 13(2), 14-15.

  452. Agogino, George, 1993. Pakal, Prince of Palanque. Chesopiean, 31(3-4), 13-16.

  453. Agogino, George, 1993. Memories for a Lost Friend. Chesopiean, 31(1-2), 33.

  454. Agogino, George, 1993. E.H. Sellards and the Fake Sandia Points From Blackwater Draw, Location Number One. Indian Artifact, 12(4), 2-3.

  455. Agogino, George, 1993. A Case of Insult Without Intent. Albuquerque Archaeological Society Newsletter, 29(3), 6.

  456. Ferguson, Bobbie, Steve Ireland and George Agogino, 1993. And They Laid Them Down to Rest in the Little Plot Beside the Pecos. Denver Office, Bureau of Reclamation, 1, 224 pages.

  457. Ferguson, Bobbie, Steve Ireland and George Agogino, 1993. And They Laid Them Down to Rest in the Little Plot Beside the Pecos. Denver Office, Bureau of Reclamation, 2, 200 pages.

  458. Agogino, George, 1994. The Angus Mammoth: A Re-evaluation. Indian Artifact, 13(1), 21.

  459. Agogino, George, 1994. What Weapons Did Clovis Use to Kill Mammoths? Indian Artifact, 13(1), 27.

  460. Agogino, George, 1994. (Letter to the Editor) Scotty MacNeish's Failure to Gain Support For His New Mexico Extreme Early Man Site and Why. Indian Artifact, 13(1), 29 & 51.

  461. Agogino, George, 1994. Current Research Activities. Teocentli January 1994 (97), 6-7.

  462. Agogino, George, 1994. All Gold is Fool's Gold. Anthropos, 6(1), 14.

  463. Agogino, George, 1994. A Lesson in Ecology. Anthropos, 6(7), 14-15.

  464. Agogino, George, 1994. New Thoughts in View of the Buhl Burial, Idaho. Indian Artifact, 13(2), 19.

  465. Agogino, George, 1994. Obituary of H.M. Wormington. Indian Artifact, 38(3-4), 11-12.

  466. Agogino, George, 1994. Problems Between Professional and Amateur Archaeologists; Can It Be Resolved? Indian Artifact, 13(3), 59.

  467. Agogino, George, 1994. In Memory of Marie Wormington. Awanyu, 22(2), 7.

  468. Agogino, George and Sophia Callis Galanes, 1994. Petroglyphs of Rio Arriba County. Albuquerque Archeological Society Newsletter.

  469. Agogino, George and H.M. Wormington, 1994. Obituary of Cynthia Irwin-Williams American Antiquity, 59(4), 667-671.

  470. Agogino, George, 1994. Obituary of H.M. Wormington, 1919-1994. The Wyoming Archaeologist; Wyoming Archaeological Society, 28(3-4), 2-6.

  471. Agogino, George, 1994. Obituary of H.M. Wormington, 1919-1994. The Bulletin, Archaeological Survey Association of SouthernCalifornia, 19(3), 4.

  472. Agogino, George, 1994. Obituary of Hannah Marie Wormington, 1919-1994. Albuquerque Archaeological Society Newsletter, 29(5).

  473. Agogino, George, 1994. The Simonsen Site: Archaic Points Associated with Extinct Form of Bison (In summary form from an unknown publication).

  474. Agogino, George, 1994. Epoxy Reproduction of the Late Eleanor C. Irwin, American Antiquity, 39(4), Plate 2.

  475. Agogino, George, 1994. Father Kino, Pioneer Priest of Northwest Mexico. El Voceador, 2(2), 3.

  476. Agogino, George, 1994. Cocospora, the Reclamation of a Kino Mission. El Voceador, 2(3), 3.

  477. Agogino, George, 1994. One Attempt to Sell Modern Fake Prehistoric Casa Grande Pottery in Mexico. Albuquerque Archaeological Society Newsletter, 26(11), 5-6.

  478. Agogino, George, 1994. Clovis First: Basic Thought on This Belief. Indian Artifact, 13(4), 43.

  479. Agogino, George, 1994. Was the Abandonment at Teotihuacan, the New World's Largest Pre-Columbian City, Environmentally Determined? A New Communion (Nov. 1994), (9), 14.

  480. Agogino, George, 1994. The Seri Indians of Sonora. El Voceador, 2(4), 5.

  481. Agogino, George, 1994. The Tarahumara: World Famous Runners of Mexico. El Voceador, 2(6), 5.

  482. Agogino, George, 1994. Paso Por Aqui: H.M. Wormington, 1914-1994. Chesopiean, 32(1-2), 13-15.

  483. Agogino, George, 1994. Mexican Opals in the Post Classic Period of Mexico. Chesopiean, 32(1-2), 40.

  484. Agogino, George, 1994. Yearly Report of Research Activities. Teocentli

    1995 (98), 4-5.

  485. Agogino, George, 1994. Father Kino, Pioneer Priest and Explorer of Northwest Mexico and Southwest United States. The Bulletin, Archaeological Survey Association of Southern California, 19(4), 10-11.

  486. Agogino, George, 1994. La Venta, Olmec Culture at Its Zenith. Chesopiean, 32(3-4), 1-2.

  487. Agogino, George, 1994. Discovery of the First Olmec Giant Stone Head.

    Chesopiean, 32(3-4), 3-4.

  488. Agogino, George, 1994. Social Structure of the Olmecs. Chesopiean, 32(3-4), 5-6.

  489. Agogino, George, 1994. The Olmec Reflecting Disk. Chesopiean, 32(3-4), 7.

  490. Agogino, George, 1994. Olmec Giant Stone Heads and Altar Thrones and Their Destruction. Chesopiean, 32(3-4), 7-9.

  491. Agogino, George, 1995. Cover Photo Showing Three Scenes of the Mexican Pueblo of Casas Grandes. Published in, A New Communion, (10).

  492. Agogino, George, 1995. The Turquoise Trail. A New Communion, (10), 6.

  493. Agogino, George, 1995. The Apache Indians of the Southwest United States. El Voceador, 2(10), 7.

  494. Agogino, George, 1995. Amaranth: A Neglected Food Source. A New Communion, (11), 11.

  495. Agogino, George, 1995. The Navajo: Among the Last Indians to Come Into the Southwest. El Voceador, 2(12), 7.

  496. Agogino, George, 1995. Paleo-Indian After-Life Beliefs. Indian Artifact, 14(1), 32.

  497. Agogino, George, 1995. The Hope for the Extreme Early Man Archaeologist. Indian Artifact, 14(2), 31.

  498. Agogino, George, 1995. In Support of the Mexican Mojarra Stela. Indian Artifact, 14(3), 8.

  499. Agogino, George, 1995. Pacal, Prince of Palanque. Indian Artifact, 14(3), 32 & 61.

  500. Agogino, George, 1995. Early Man Discovered in a Colorado Cave. Indian Artifact, 14(3), 63.

  501. Agogino, George, 1995. Letter to the Editor: Regarding C14 Dated Eyed Needles Found in the Pleistocene, North America. Indian Artifact, 14(3), 27.

  502. Agogino, George, 1995. Author's Passing, (Franklin Folsom), Evokes Archaeological Memories. Mammoth Trumpet, 10(4), 19.

  503. Agogino, George, 1995. Obituary of Franklin Folsom, 1907-1995. Bulletin of Archaeological Society of Southern California, 20(3), 4.

  504. Agogino, George, 1995. Letter, Reply to Archaeologist, Frank Hibben, over Statements He Made Regarding Vance Haynes and Myself in the Lobo Publication. Lobo (November 2, 1995), page 4.

  505. Agogino, George, 1995. Columbus Came Late: The Paleo-Indian Was First to Discover the New World. Indian Artifact, 14(4), 17.

  506. Agogino, George, 1995. The Female Ghost of White Sands, New Mexico. El Voceador, 2(15), 7.

  507. Agogino, George, 1995. Obituary of Franklin Folsom. Indian Artifact, 14(4), 58.

  508. Agogino, George, 1995. The Sandia Controversy. Indian Artifact, 14(4), 38.

  509. Agogino, George, 1995. Paso Por Aqui, Franklin Folsom. Chesopiean, 33(1-2), 31.

  510. Agogino, George and Paul Lockman Jr. 1995. The Seminole Indians in Florida. Chesopiean, 33(1-2), 19-22.

  511. Lockman, Paul Jr., George Agogino and Bobbie Ferguson, 1995. The Seminole Lighthorse in Oklahoma; A History of the Seminole Police Officer. Chesopiean, 33(1-2), 23-30.

  512. Haynes, Vance, Dennis Stanford and George Agogino, 1995. Report on Geo-Archaeological Research at the Clovis Type Site 1992-1994. Progress Report Submitted to the NM Office of Cultural Affairs Historical Preservation Division for Archaeological Permit SE-92, 1-58.

  513. Haynes, Vance, Dennis Stanford and George Agogino, 1995. A Clovis Well at the Type Site Appendix I, (The Oldest Prehistoric Well in America). Progress Report Submitted to the NM Office of Cultural Affairs Historical Preservation Division for Archaeological Permit SE-92, 1-17.

  514. Agogino, George, 1995. Yearly Report of Research Activities. Teocentli, (1995).

  515. Agogino, George, 1995. Amateurs and Antiquity Laws in Archeology. Chesopiean, 33(3-4), 1-3.

  516. Agogino, George, 1995. How Did the Paleo-Indians Bury Their Dead? Chesopiean, 33(3-4), 23-24.

  517. Agogino, George, 1995. What Did Paleo-Indians Bring into the New World? Chesopiean, 33(3-4), 25-26.

  518. Agogino, George, 1995. Possible Valid Paleo-Indian Sites Before the Discovery in Folsom, New Mexico. Chesopiean, 33(3-4), 26-28.

  519. Agogino, George, 1996. Paleo Indians-They walked streams but camped in the open, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 15(1), 18.

  520. Agogino, George, 1996. Paleo Indians or Paleo Caucasians? Indian-Artifact Magazine, 15(1), 18-19.

  521. Agogino, George, 1996. The Chavin Culture; The Peruvian Puzzle, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 15(2), 36.

  522. Agogino, George, 1996. Three Adventures of John Lloyd Stephens: Problems with Passports - or - An Example of Shotgun Diplomacy, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 15(3), 36 & 56.

  523. Agogino, George, 1996. Three Adventures of John Lloyd Stephens: The Problems and Possibilities of Buying Copan, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 15(3), 56.

  524. Agogino, George, 1996. Three Adventures of John Lloyd Stephens: Copan to Strange Marital Situation, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 15(3), 56-57.

  525. Agogino, George, 1996. The Plainview Point; Is It a Single Point Type? Indian-Artifact Magazine, 15(3), 18 & 64.

  526. Agogino, George, 1996. The Malakoff Heads, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 15(4), 16.

  527. Agogino, George, 1996. The Indian Archaic, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 15(4), 17.

  528. Agogino, George, 1996. The Significance of Caves in Meso American Archaeology, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 15(4), 19.

  529. Agogino, George, 1996. Why Are So Many Fluted Points Found in Mammoth Remains, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 15(4), 53.

  530. Agogino, George, 1996. Who Were Those Guys, the Aztecs?; The Rise of the Aztecs: Book burning Parallel with the Nazis, Chesopiean, 34(1), 25-26.

  531. Agogino, George, 1996. Who Were Those Guys, the Aztecs?; The Known History of the Aztecs, Chesopiean, 34(1), 27.

  532. Agogino, George, 1996. Who Were Those Guys, the Aztecs?; Montezuma II, the Aztec Ruler, Wasn't a Bad Guy After All, Chesopiean, 34(1), 28-29.

  533. George Agogino, Rosemary Bahr and Paul T. Lockman, Jr., 1996. A History of the Navajo Nation's Police Force and Other Related Issues, Chesopiean, 34(4), 7-10.

  534. George Agogino, and Mercedes Agogino, 1996. Early Excavations at Archaic Sites in New Mexico, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 15(2), 26 & 59.

  535. Agogino, George, 1996. Navajo History in the Southwest, Chesopiean, 34(4), 11-13.

  536. Agogino, George, 1996. Clovis Clarification, Mammoth Trumpet, 11(4), 2

  537. Agogino, George, 1996. Sustainable Living: The Early Indian's Use of Easily Replaceable Materials for Making Containers, A New Communion, No. 16, 14.

  538. Agogino, George, 1996. What Fell from the Sky Near Roswell on July 3rd, 1947?, Connections, Eastern New Mexico University, No. 6, 8.

  539. Agogino, George, 1996. Yearly Report of Research Activities. Teocentli, (1996).

  540. Agogino, George, 1997. Letter to the Editor; Could the Clovis Hunters Come to the New World by Boat, Archaeology, 50(1), 8-9.

  541. Agogino, George, 1997. Is Betty Meggers, the Trans-Pacific Enthusiast, Correct?, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 16(1), 12 & 62.

  542. Agogino, George, 1997. Amber-Man's Mystic Material, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 16(1), 21 & 61.

  543. Agogino, George, 1997. Cynthia Irwin Williams, my 40-year Research Partner, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 16(1), 23 & 57.

  544. Agogino, George, 1997. The Cree Indians of Northwest Canada: Their Religious Beliefs Assured Animal Conservation, A New Communion, No. 19, 9.

  545. Agogino, George, 1997. 30 Year Later; A Re-Evaluation of the Hell Gap Point, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 16(2), 36.

  546. Agogino, George, 1997. Notes on Two Interesting Subjects - Psychic Archaelogists, Why I Don't Believe in Them, Chesopiean, 35(2-3), 28-29.

  547. Agogino, George, 1997. Notes on Two Interesting Subjects - The Graby Statue: Artifact or Fake? Chesopiean, 35(2-3), 29-30.

  548. Agogino, George, 1997. Augustus Le Plongeon: A Fine Archaeologist Forgotten, Journal of Unconventional History, 8(2), 55-64.

  549. Agogino, George, 1997. El Dorado: The Empire of the Golden King, Indian- Artifact Magazine, 16(3), 36.

  550. Agogino, George, 1997. Letter to the Editor regarding Kennewick Man, Ancient Americans, 18, 7.

  551. Agogino, George, 1997. Letter to the Editor on Saving Paleo-Indian Skeletons from Secret Burial by Modern Indians Under the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, Archeology 50(2), March-April, 10.

  552. Agogino, George, 1997. Letter to the Editor; A Reply to a Similar Effort by Ray Clare Regarding Le Plongeon's Archeological Research in Yucatan Early in the 20th Century, Journal of Unconventional History, 9(1), 5-6.

  553. Agogino, George, 1997. Letter to the Editor concerning W. M. Creighton'n claimed "Sandia Point", Indian-Artifact Magazine, 16(1), 63.

  554. Agogino, George, 1997. Letter to the Editor Regarding the Generalized Diet of the Paleo Indian, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 16(1), 63.

  555. Agogino, George, 1997. Letter to the Editor Regarding the Claimed Siberian Fluted Point, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 16(1), 63.

  556. Agogino, George, 1997. Letter to the Editor Regarding Anna Roosevelts Amazon Site, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 16(1), 63.

  557. Agogino, George, 1997. San Lorenzo, America's First Great Ceremonial City, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 16(4), 31.

  558. Agogino, George, 1997. Did Clovis Hunters Travel Deep Into Mexico? Indian-Artifact Magazine, 16(4), 13 & 68.

  559. Agogino, George, 1997. Letter to the Editor over Failure to Include Hell Gap, Wyoming and Lindenmeier, Colorado in George Wisners Article on Important Paleo Indian Sites in the West. American Archaeology, 1(3), 3.

  560. Agogino, George, 1997. The Strange Stone Carving at Lake Sullivan, Ontario, The Chesopiean, 35(4), 26-27.

  561. Agogino, George, 1997. Homo Novus Mundus: A Paleo-Indian that Wasn't, The Chesopiean, 35(4), 28.

  562. Agogino, George, 1997. Yearly Report of Research Activities. Teocentli, 1997 (101), 7-8.

  563. Weber, Robert H. and George Agogino, 1997. Mockingbird Gap Paleo Indian Site: Excavations in 1967. Annual Papers of Archaeological Society of New Mexico 1997, 123-127.

  564. Agogino, George, 1998. The Tequixquiac, an example of Paleolithic Art, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 17(1).

  565. Agogino, George, 1998. Book review on Preserving the Anthropological Record by Sydez Silverman and Nancy J. Parezo, Published by the Weinner-Gren Foundation for Anthropology Research, 1992, 140 pages

  566. Agogino, George, 1998. The Kingdom of New Mexico, Journal of Unconventional History, 9(2), 71-77.

  567. Agogino, George, 1998. Dona Marina: The Mistress of Cortez, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 17(4), 25 & 68.

  568. Agogino, George, 1998. Three Jade Olmec Figures from Morales, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 17(3), 14.

  569. Agogino, George, 1998. The Jaguar and the Feathered Serpent of the Olmecs, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 17(3), 62.

  570. Agogino, George, 1998. Jade; The Precious Stone of Prehistoric Meso-America, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 17(2), 25 & 63.

  571. Agogino, George, 1998. Letter to the Editor Regarding; Why Don't We Find More Paleo Toys? Indian-Artifact Magazine, 17(2), 26.

  572. Agogino, George, 1998. Letter to the Editor Regarding Dennis Stanford, Indian-Artifact Magazine, 17(2), 26.

  573. Agogino, George, 1998. Yearly Report of research Activities. Teocentli, (January) No. 101,

  574. Lockman, Paul T. and George Agogino, 1998. Blackdom: An All Black Community in New Mexico, The Chesopiean, 36(1), 13-16.

  575. Agogino, George, 1998. Two Philosophical Studies by George A. Agogino: Why Should I Be Ashamed of Being a Generalist in Anthropology? The Chesopiean, 36(1), 20-21.

  576. Agogino, George, 1998. Two Philosophical Studies by George A. Agogino: Give Me Those Old Time Physical Anthropologists for Osteological Field Work, The Chesopiean, 36(1), 22-23.

  577. Agogino, George, 1999. Who, Or What, Is the Meso-American Tamoanchan? Indian-Artifact Magazine, 18(1), 27.

  578. Agogino, George, 1999. Three Gemstone Studies: Amber: Man's Mystic Material, The Chesopian, 36(2), 25-26.

  579. Agogino, George, 1999. Three Gemstone Studies: Turquoise: The Link Between the Southwest and the High Civilizations of Mexico, The Chesopian, 36(2), 26-27.

  580. Agogino, George, 1999. Three Gemstone Studies: The Moonstone of Sandia Cave, The Chesopian, 36(2), 28.

  581. Agogino, George, 1999. Bishop's Cap Cave, New Mexico, Where an Archaeological Team was Nearly Killed and a Young Bear was Buried in a Sacred Cemetery, Journal of Unconventional History, 10(2), 6-9.

  582. Agogino, George, 1999. A Clovis Well at the Type Site 11,500 B.B.: The Oldest Prehistoric Well in America, Geoarchaeology: An International Journal, 14(5), 455-470.

  583. Agogino, George, 1999. Yearly Report. Teocentli (January) No. 102, 3-4.

  584. Agogino, George, 1999. George McJunkin: The Black Cowboy Who Discovered the New World's First Valid Paleo Indian Site. Indian-Artifact Magazine, 18(2), 6-11 & 73.

  585. Agogino, George, 1999. Why is There Greater Variation in Clovis Point Style in the East, Than in the West? Indian-Artifact Magazine, 18(3), 18.

  586. Agogino, George, 1999. Amaranth: A Little Known Indian Food and Ceremonial Substance. Indian-Artifact Magazine, 18(3), 31.

  587. Agogino, George, 1999. Letter Concerning the Article "An Analysis of the Wapanucket Site". Indian-Artifact Magazine, 18(3), 22.

  588. Agogino, George, 1999. Three Central American Studies; The Downfall of the Old Empire Maya. Chesopiean, 37(3), 15-16.

  589. Agogino, George, 1999. Three Central American Studies; The Unknown Empire - The Tarascans of Western Mexico. Chesopiean, 37(3), 17-18.

  590. Agogino, George, 1999. Three Central American Studies; The Asqueltan Pyramid. Chesopiean, 37(3), 18.

  591. Agogino, George, 1999. Three Insights; Etienne Brasseur de Bourbourg - An Unknown Today, His Discoveries Greatly Enhanced our Knowledge of the Ancient Maya. Chesopiean, 37(3), 24.

  592. Agogino, George, 1999. Three Insights; Jessie D. Figgins, Did He Dislike Archaeological Field Work? Chesopiean, 37(3), 24-26.

  593. Agogino, George, 1999. Three Insights; Carlton Coon, Ant Eggs and Amaranth. Chesopiean, 37(3), 26-27.

  594. Agogino, George, 1999. A Possible Ancient Boat Carved on a Submerged Rock in Assawompsett Pond, Massachusetts. Indian-Artifact Magazine, 18(4), 24.

  595. Agogino, George, 1999. The Cave Under the Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan. Indian-Artifact, 18(4), 24.

  596. Agogino, George, 1999. Letter to the Editor Concerning "Use of Fire - How Long Ago?" Indian-Artifact, 18(4), 23 & 68.

  597. Agogino, George, 1999. Letter to the Editor Concerning "Still Looking for Earhart's Remains". Indian-Artifact, 18(4), 68.

  598. Agogino, George, 2000. In remembrance of Don Crabtree, Pioneer Flintknapper. Indian-Artifact, 19(1), 17.

  599. Agogino, George, 2000. The Plundered Tomb Cultures of Western Mexico. Indian-Artifact, 19(1), 18 & 67.

  600. Agogino, George, 2000. Yearly Report. Teocentli (January) No. 103, 3-4.

  601. Agogino, George, 2000. Use of Metal in PreColumbian Latin America. Indian-Artifact, 19(3), 57.

  602. Agogino, George, 2000. Burial Jades. Indian-Artifact, 19(3), 57 & 59.

  603. Agogino, George, 2000. A Lonely Lady: The Female Burial Just Outside the Fort Craig Compound. Fort Craig: The United States Fort on the Camino Real, a publication of the U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management, Agogino, George, 2000. , 231-233.


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