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JOHNSON, John Richard (b. 1950), curator of anthropology at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History since 1986. Johnson has worked extensively on the prehistory of Native Americans on the California Channel Islands.

John Johnson is #130 of the All Eight Club.

  • 1982. Johnson, John An Ethnohistoric Study of the Island Chumash. Unpublished M.A. thesis. University of California, Santa Barbara, 1988

  • 1988. Johnson, John Chumash Social Organization: An Ethnohistoric Perspective. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Santa Barbara 1988. Spiral-bound.

  • Johnson, John. Ventura's Chumash Community in the Early 1800s Ventura County Historical Society Quarterly 1994. 39(2 & 3).
[original in SCIF archives]

  • 1999. Johnson, John and Sally McLendon. Cultural Affiliation and Lineal Descent of Chumash Peoples in the Channel Islands and the Santa Monica Mountains. Prepared for Archaeology and Ethnography Program National Park Service, 1999. Two volumes. Wraps.
[original in SCIF archives]

  • 2002. Johnson, John, T. W. Stafford, Jr., H. O. Ajie, and D. P. Morris Arlington Springs revisited Pp. 541-545. In: Browne, D. R. Mitchell, K. L. and Chaney, H. W. (eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth California Islands Symposium. Vol. 2. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Santa Barbara, CA, 2002

  • 2007. Johnson, John, T. W. Stafford, G. J. West, and T. K. Rockwell. Before and After the Younger Dryas: Chronostratigraphic and Paleoenvironmental Research at Arlington Springs, Santa Rosa Island, California. American Geophysical Union Joint Assembly, Acapulco. Abstracts, PP42A 03. sm07_PP42A.html.

  • 2011. Johnson, John The Earliest European Contacts with the Chumash Islanders Maritime Museum of San Diego Mains'l Haul 47(1-2): 38-45, Winter/Spring 2011

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