Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

Laurie Burgess

Associate Chair
Department / Division
Publications
Book
  • Mytum, Harold C. and Burgess, Laurie E. , eds. 2018. Death Across Oceans: Archaeology of Coffins and Vaults in Britain, America, and Australia. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press.
  • Burgess, Laurie E. and Billeck, William T. 2004. Assessment of a Brass Patu Traded by Captain Cook in 1778 and an Anthropomorphic Stone Carving From Northeast Oregon in the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. Washingoton, DC: Repatriation Office.
  • Owsley, Douglas W., Hanna, W. F., Richardson, M. L., and Burgess, Laurie E. 2003. Bioarcheological and Geophysical Investigation of Unmarked Civil War Burials in the Soldiers Plot. ASV Special Publicatin No. 41, Spectrum Press.
Chapter
  • Burgess, Laurie E. and Owsley, Douglas. 2018. "Death, Dogs, and Monuments: Recent Research at Washington’s Congressional Cemetery." in Death Across Oceans: Archaeology of Coffins and Vaults in Britain, America, and Australia, edited by Mytum, Harold C. and Burgess, Laurie E., 249–262. Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press.
  • Burgess, Laurie E. and Owsley, Douglas. 2018. "Death, Dogs, and Monuments: Recent Research at Washington’s Congressional Cemetery." in Death Across Oceans: Archaeology of Coffins and Vaults in Britain, America, and Australia, edited by Mytum, Harold C. and Burgess, Laurie E., 249–262. Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press.
  • Mytum, Harold and Burgess, Laurie E. 2018. "Where Now? Future Agendas in Historic Mortuary Culture Studies." in Death Across Oceans: Archaeology of Coffins and Vaults in Britain, America, and Australia, edited by Mytum, Harold C. and Burgess, Laurie E., 285–301. Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press.
  • Mytum, Harold and Burgess, Laurie E. 2018. "Where Now? Future Agendas in Historic Mortuary Culture Studies." in Death Across Oceans: Archaeology of Coffins and Vaults in Britain, America, and Australia, edited by Mytum, Harold C. and Burgess, Laurie E., 285–301. Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press.
  • Owsley, Douglas W., Bruwelheide, Karin S., and Burgess, Laurie E. 2008. "Late-Nineteenth-Century Crow Mummies from Montana." in Skeletal Biology and Bioarchaeology of the Northwestern Plains, edited by Gill, George W. and Weathermon, Rick L., 77–93. Salt Lake City: The University of Utah Press.
  • Owsley, Douglas W., Bruwelheide, Karin S., Burgess, Laurie E., and Billeck, William T. 2007. "Human Finger and Hand Bone Necklaces from the Plains and Great Basin." in The Taking and Displaying of Human Body Parts as Trophies by Amerindians, edited by Chacon, Richard J. and Dye, David H., 124–166. New York: Springer.
  • Burgess, Laurie E. 2001. "Buried in the Rose Garden: Levels of Meaning at Arlington Cemetery and the Robert E. Lee Memorial." in Myth, Memory and the Making of the American Landscape, edited by Shackel, Paul., 159–176. Gainesville: University Press of Florida.
Article
  • Minor, Rick and Burgess, Laurie E. 2009. "Chinookan Persistence: The View from Kathlamet Village." Historical Archaeology 43 (4):97–114.
  • Burgess, Laurie E. and Dussubieux, Laure. 2007. "Chemical Composition of Late 18th- and 19th-Century Glass Beads from Western North America: Clues to Sourcing Beads." Beads, The Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers 19:58–73.
  • Owsley, Douglas W., Bruwelheide, Karin S., Cartmell, L. W., Burgess, Laurie E., Foote, S. C., and Fielder, N. 2006. "The Man in the Iron Coffin: An Interdisciplinary Effort to Name the Past." Historical Archaeology 40 (3):89–108.