Publications

Books

Prentiss, Anna Marie (editor)
2017 The Last House at Bridge River: The Archaeology of an Aboriginal Household in British Columbia during the Fur Trade Period. The University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Prentiss, Anna Marie and Ian Kuijt
2012  People of the Middle Fraser Canyon: An Archaeological History.  University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver.

Journal Articles

Anna Marie Prentiss, Thomas A. Foor, Ashley Hampton, Ethan Ryan, and Matthew J. Walsh
2018 The Evolution of Material Wealth-Based inequality: The Record of Housepit 54, Bridge River, British Columbia.  American Antiquity 83: 598–618.

Anna Marie Prentiss⁎, Thomas A. Foor, Ashley Hampton
2018  Testing the Malthusian model: Population and storage at Housepit 54, Bridge River, British Columbia. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 18: 535–550.

Lyons, Natasha, Anna Marie Prentiss, Sandra Peacock, and Bill Angelbeck 2018 Some Like it Hot: Exploring the Archaeobotany of Roasting Features in Southern British Columbia. Inlet: Contributions to Archaeology 1:1-13.

Prentiss, Anna Marie, Hannah S. Cail, and Lisa M. Smith
2014 At the Malthusian Ceiling: Subsistence and Inequality at Bridge River, British ColumbiaJournal of Anthropological Archaeology 33: 34-48.

Prentiss, Anna Marie, Thomas A. Foor, Guy Cross, Lucille E. Harris, and Michael Wanzenried
2012  The Cultural Evolution of Material Wealth Based Inequality at Bridge River, British ColumbiaAmerican Antiquity 77: 542-564.

Prentiss, Anna Marie, James C. Chatters, Natasha Lyons, and Lucille E. Harris
2011  Archaeology in the Middle Fraser Canyon, British Columbia: Changing Perspectives on Paleoecology and Emergent Cultural Complexity. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 35: 143-174.

Prentiss, Anna Marie, Guy Cross, Thomas A. Foor, Dirk Markle, Mathew Hogan, and David S. Clarke
2008 Evolution of a Late Prehistoric Winter Village on the Interior Plateau of British Columbia: Geophysical Investigations, Radiocarbon Dating, and Spatial Analysis of the Bridge River SiteAmerican Antiquity 73: 59-82. 

Prentiss, Anna Marie, Natasha Lyons, Lucille E. Harris, Melisse R.P. Burns, and Terrence M. Godin
2007  The Emergence of Status Inequality in Intermediate Scale Societies: A Demographic and Socio-Economic History of the Keatley Creek Site, British ColumbiaJournal of Anthropological Archaeology 26: 299-327. 

Prentiss, Anna Marie, Thomas A. Foor, Ashley Hampton, Ethan Ryan, and Matthew J. Walsh 2018 The Evolution of Material Wealth-Based Inequality: The Evidence from Housepit 54, Bridge River, British Columbia. American Antiquity 83(4):598-618.

Prentiss, Anna Marie, Thomas A. Foor, and Ashley Hampton 2018 Testing the Malthusian Model: Population and Storage at Housepit 54, Bridge River, British Columbia. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 18: 535-550.

Book Chapters

Prentiss, Anna Marie, Nathan B. Goodale, Lucille E. Harris, and Nicole Crossland
2015 The Evolution of the Ground Slate Tool Industry at the Bridge River Site, British Columbia.  In Lithic Technological Systems and Evolutionary Theory, edited by Nathan Goodale and William Andrefsky Jr., pp. 267-292. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Prentiss, Anna Marie
2015  At the Intersection of Ecology, History, and Evolution: Archaeological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Fishing in North America’s Interior Northwest.  In Rivers, Fish, and the People, edited by Pei-Lin Yu.  The University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Prentiss, Anna Marie
2014    Bridge River and Keatley Creek: Complex Hunter-Gatherer Villages of the Middle Fraser Canyon. Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, Springer, New York.

Prentiss, Anna Marie
2012 The Winter Village Pattern on the Plateau of Northwestern North America.  In The Oxford Encyclopedia of North American Archaeology, edited by Timothy Pauketat, pp. 173-184. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Recent Technical Reports

Prentiss, Anna Marie (editor)
2013 Report of the 2012 University of Montana Investigations at the Bridge River Site(EeRl4): Housepit 54 during the Canadian Fur Trade Period.  Report on file National Endowment for the Humanities and the Bridge River Indian Band.