The Spring 2018 issue of Nebraska History is devoted to the history and archeology of Engineer Cantonment. The 80-page magazine comes with a membership to the Nebraska State Historical Society. Single copies are available for $9.95 through the Nebraska History Museum.
Here’s the table of contents (linked to PDFs):
“Science and Survival at Engineer Cantonment: Archeological and Natural History Investigations at the Winter Quarters of the 1819-1820 Stephen H. Long Expedition”
Edited by John R. Bozell, Robert E. Pepperl, and Gayle F. Carlson
The 1819-1820 scientific expedition led by Major Stephen H. Long was as an important episode in the history of the American West. The winter stay at Engineer Cantonment is arguably the expedition’s most scientifically significant episode, but for more than a century the site’s Missouri River location was lost. This issue of Nebraska History tells the story of the expedition and of the site’s rediscovery and investigation by Nebraska State Historical Society archeologists.
Robert E. Pepperl and John R. Bozell
Robert E. Pepperl
Gayle F. Carlson, Robert E. Pepperl, and John R. Bozell
John R. Bozell, Robert E. Pepperl, Gayle F. Carlson, Carl R. Falk, and Karen A. Steinauer
Hugh H. Genoways and Brett C. Ratcliffe
Hugh H. Genoways and Thomas E. Labedz
John R. Bozell and Robert E. Pepperl
Acknowledgments (included in file linked above)