Onondaga Iroquois Prehistory: A Study in Settlement Archaeology is one of the titles in Syracuse University Press Series, The Iroquois and Their Neighbors. The study is an archaeological account of the so-called pre- and proto-historical sites of Onondaga villages. Each site is described and organized into the Castle Creek Phase, the Oak Hill Phase, the Chance Phase, and the Garoga Phase. The final chapters describe the Onondaga Nation's cultural history from 1600-1795, and the conclusions archaeologists draw from the various digs. Pottery rim shards and smoking pipes are described and organized for analysis. This book has an index, bibliography, maps, and photographs.