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Allen, Rebecca, Linda Hylkema, and Clinton Blount,
2009 An Introduction to Santa Clara University’s Historical and Archaeological Riches, Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology 21:3-8.Allen, Rebecca and Clinton Blount
2009 Preliminary Report on Recent Mission-Era Findings at Santa Clara University, Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology 21:21-27.Baxter, R. Scott.
2009 Santa Clara’s German Neighborhood. Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology, 2009, Volume 22.Garlinghouse, Tom.
2009 Preliminary Analysis of Faunal Remains from Mission Period Features at Santa Clara. Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology, 2009, Volume 22.Hylkema, Linda
2009 Pre-Contact Native American Presence at Santa Clara University, Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology 21:9-20.Hylkema, Mark G., and Rebecca Allen
2009 Archaeological Investigations at the Third Mission Site, Santa Clara University, and a Comparison of Shell Bead Assemblages with Recent Mission-Era Findings, Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology 21:28-35.Loewe, Eric M.
2009 From the Earth to the Heavens: Economic and Architectural Examination of Adobe Bricks and Brick Making at the Third Mission Santa Clara, Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology 21:36-43.Skowronek, Russell K.
1998 Sifting the Evidence: Perceptions of Life at the Ohlone (Costanoan) Missions of Alta California. Ethnohistory 45(4):45-78. *
1999 Identifying the First El Pueblo de San José de Guadalupe: Some Archaeological, Historical, and Geographical Considerations. California Mission Studies Association Occasional Papers No. 2.
2005 Recognizing Pattern and Evolution on the Spanish Colonial Frontier: A View from California and the Pacific. In In Praise of the Poet Archaeologist: Papers in Honor of Stanley South and His Five Decades of Historical Archaeology. Linda F. CarnesArchaeologists, Columbia, SC.Skowronek, Russell K., editor
2002 Telling the Santa Clara Story, Sesquicentennial Voices. The City of Santa Clara, and Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA.Skowronek, Russell K. and Linda J. Hylkema
2009 Beyond the Course Catalogue, Archaeological Insights into the Life of Santa Clara University. In, Russell K. Skowronek and Kenneth Lewis, eds. Beneath the Ivory Tower: The Archaeology of Academia. University Presses of Florida.Skowronek, Russell K. with Elizabeth Thompson
2006. Situating Mission Santa Clara de Asís: 1776-1851, Documentary and Material Evidence of Life on the Alta California Frontier: A Timeline. Academy of American Franciscan History, Berkeley, CASkowronek, Russell K. and Julie C. Wizorek
1997 Archaeology at Santa Clara de Asís: The Slow Rediscovery of a Moveable Mission. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 33(3):54-92.