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Excavations in Whitehawk Neolithic Camp, near Brighton, by R. P. Ross Williamson, B.A., published 1930 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 71, article, pp.57-96) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2156] & The Keep [LIB/500358] & S.A.S. library

Sussex from the Air. 2 - Whitehawk Camp, Brighton, by E. Cecil Curwen, M.A., F.S.A., published 1930 in Sussex County Magazine (vol. IV no. 8, article, pp.678-682) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2308][Lib 2309] & The Keep [LIB/500173]

Whitehawk Neolithic Camp, Brighton , by E. Cecil Curwen, published May 1931 in Sussex Notes & Queries (vol. III no. 6, article, pp.188-189) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 8952][Lib 8221] & The Keep [LIB/500205] & S.A.S. library

Excavations in Whitehawk Camp, Brighton, Third Season, 1935, by E. Cecil Curwen, M.A., M.B., F.S.A., published 1936 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 77, article, pp.60-92) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 2162] & The Keep [LIB/500352] & S.A.S. library

Excavations at Whitehawk Neolithic enclosure, Brighton, East Sussex, 1991-1993, by Miles Russell and David Rudling, published 1996 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 134, article, pp.39-62) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 13390] & The Keep [LIB/500296] & S.A.S. library

A History of Brighton & Hove: Stone age Whitehawk to Millennium City, by Ken Fines, published 7 October 2002 (192 pp., Chichester: Phillimore & Co. Ltd., ISBN-10: 1860772315 & ISBN-13: 9781860772313) accessible at: West Sussex Libraries & East Sussex Libraries
Twin towns with a fascinating history, they constitute the Sussex resort that, to mark the Millennium, the Queen declared to be a City. A giant step from the Neolithic camp built on Whitehawk Hill in the fourth millennium B.C. The author, who since 1950 has worked as a planner in Brighton, has now produced the first integrated history of the two towns. His sense of humour is evident on every page of an entertaining and richly illustrated narrative, through prehistoric downsmen to the trippers and the technocrats of today's proud City.

Whitehawk Camp: the impact of a modern city's expansion on a neolithic causewayed enclosure, and a reassessment of the site and its surviving archive, by Jon Sygrave, published 2016 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 154, article, pp.45-66) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 18939] & The Keep [LIB/509465] & S.A.S. library

Nothing new under the sun: E. C. Curwen's excavations at Whitehawk Camp, Brighton, by Roger M. Thomas, published 2016 in Sussex Archæological Collections (vol. 154, article, pp.291-295) accessible at: W.S.R.O. [Lib 18939] & The Keep [LIB/509465] & S.A.S. library