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Yelton

Dr. Jeff Yelton

Associate Professor of Anthropology

 

 

Office: Wood Hall 136O

Office Phone: (660) 543-4427

Email: yelton@ucmo.edu

 

Vita

Ph.D., University of Missouri (1991)

 

Specialties

Historical Archaeology, Ethnohistory

 

Courses Taught

ANTH 1810 Human Prehistory

ANTH 1820 Cultural Anthropology

ANTH 3820 World Archaeology

ANTH 4830 Archaeological Field Research

ANTH 4840 Historical Archaeology

ANTH 4850 North American Indian

 

Publications

"The Pertle Springs Park: The Life and Death of a Nineteenth-Century Midwestern Resort." Missouri Historical Review 102, no. 1 (2007): 10-24.

"A Different View of Oneota Taxonomy and Origins in the Lower Missouri Valley" in Oneota Taxonomy:  Papers from the Oneota Symposium of the 54th Plains Anthropological Conference, edited by R.E. Hollinger and D.W. Benn.  The Wisconsin Archaeologist 79, no. 2 (1998): 268-83.

"Integrating Archaeology and History at the Nathan Boone Site." The Missouri Archaeologist 55 (1994): 77-124 (with Robert T. Bray).

"The 1990 Investigation at Boone's Lick State Historic Site." The Missouri Archaeologist 9, no. 3 (1992):12-21.

Editor for Robert Bray, "The Utz Site: An Oneota Village in Central Missouri."  The Missouri Archaeologist 52 (1991).

"A Comment on John Rowzee Peyton and the Mound Builders:  The Elevation of a Nineteenth-Century Fraud to a Twentieth Century Myth." American Antiquity 54 (1989):161-65.