Oneota is the name archaeologists have given to a culture found in North America. Oneota was mostly in what is now Wisconsin and neighboring states. It lasted from about AD 900 until about 1700. Archaeologists think Oneota became historic Macro-Siouan tribes such as the Ioway. A long-accepted ancestry to the Ho-chunk is not certain.
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- Gibbon, Guy E. (1982) Oneota Studies.
- Green, William (ed.)(1995) Oneota Archaeology: Past, Present, and Future.
- Geske, Nicole Lynne (201 ) The Life and Death of Bone: A Regional Approach to the Interpretation of Fragmented and Culturally Modified Oneota Human Remains (Ph.D., Michigan State University). https://search.proquest.com/openview/31ba762f11a20cde66dd18504ed64464/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=y