Charles E. Cleland, ed.
In 1975, James B. Griffin retired as director of the University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology. During his three decades as director and professor, he had become one of the leading archaeologists in North America and had tremendous influence over the next generation of archaeological research. To honor the man and his work, nineteen scholars contributed essays to this volume.
James E. Fitting, ed.
The Burnt Bluff area is an archaeological site in Delta County in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Contributions by James E. Fitting, Charles E. Cleland, G. Richard Peske, Donald E. Janzen, Earl J. Prahl, W. R. Farrand, Douglas W. Lugthart, and Volney H. Jones.
Charles Edward Cleland
Charles Edward Cleland presents an analysis of the paleoecology and ethnozoology of the Upper Great Lakes from about 12,000 BC to AD 1700, with particular attention to faunal remains found at sites in Michigan and Wisconsin. The nine appendices were originally compiled as faunal reports for archaeological sites in the region.
Arthur J. Jelinek and James E. Fitting, eds.
This volume is a collection of reports from the 1950s and 1960s, when the use of radiocarbon dating in archaeology was still very new. Contributors: James E. Fitting, Charles E. Cleland, Lewis R. Binford, Arthur J. Jelinek.