Dinan, Elizabeth H. and Rowlett, Ralph
1993 Vegetational changes at the Shriver Paleo-Indian site, NW Missouri: Phytolith analysis as an aid in environmental reconstruction. MASCA: Current Research in Phytolith Analysis: Applications in archaeology and paleoecology.10: 73-94.
2003 Techniques in Archaeological Geology. Springer.
2002 The Early Settlement of North America: the Clovis Era. Cambridge University Press.
1984 Iowa Projectile Points. Office of State Archaeologist, University of Iowa, Iowa City.
O'Brien, Michael J. and W. Raymond Wood
1998 The Prehistory of Missouri. University of Missouri Press, Colubmia.
Reagan, Michael J. and David R. Evans
1976 Archaeological Investigations at the Shriver Site, 23DV12, Daviess County, Missouri, 1975-1976. American Archaeology Division, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Missouri, Columbia [with Research Papers Presented by Michael J. Reagan, Wakefield Dort, Jr., Chris J. Johansen and Terry W. Barney, Mary I. Oman, Vaughn M. Bryant, Jr. Ervan G. Garrison, Ralph M. Rowlett, and Robert L. Reeder]
Reagan, Michael J., Ralph M. Rowlett, Ervan G. Garrison, Wakefiefld Dort, Vaughn M Bryant, and Chris J. Johannsen
1978 Flake Tools stratified below Paleo-Indian Artifacts Science 200:1272 - 1275
Rowlett, Ralph M.
1981 A Lithic Assemblage Stratified beneath a Fluted Point Horizon in Northwest Missouri. Missouri Archaeologist 42: 7-16.
Rowlett, Ralph M. and Michael C. Robbins
1982 Estimating original assemblage content to adjust for post-depositional vertical artifact movement. World Archaeology 14(1):73-83.
Thanks to John Eastman (Missouri Department of Transportation) for providing access and assistance in the study of the Shriver Site artifacts. Warm thanks to Neathery Fuller for taking the best digital images and videotaping the research with the collection. Special thanks to Professor Ralph Rowlett (Emeritus University of Missouri - Columbia) for answering my hundreds of questions about the Shriver Site. Many smiles to Ettus Hiatt for her help with text and content editing. It would be a great pleasure to receive an email from Michael Reagan or Mary Oman!