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  • Book Reviews
    • 2000
      • 34(2)
        • American Material Culture: The Shape of the Field
        • An Archaeology of Social Space: Analyzing Coffee Plantations in Jamaica’s Blue Mountains
        • An Intensive Archaeological Survey of the James and Ellen G. White House Site, Battle Creek, Michigan
        • Archaeology at the Alamodome: Investigations of a San Antonio Neighborhood in Transition
        • Between Artifacts and Texts: Historical Archaeology in Global Perspective
        • Bones in the Basement: Postmortem Racism in Nineteenth-Century Medical Training
        • Chinese Export Porcelain from the Wreck of the Sydney Cove
        • Colonial Period and Early 19th-Century ChildrenÕs Toy Marbles: History and Identifications for the Archaeologist and Collector
        • Comstock Women: The Making of a Mining Community
        • Cultural Resource Laws and Practice: An Introductory Guide
      • 34(4)
        • A Typology of Seventeenth-Century Dutch Ceramics and it Implications for American Historical Archaeology
        • An Archaeology of Manners: The Polite World of the Merchant Elite of Colonial Massachusetts
        • Archaeology of Colonial Pensacola
        • Archeological Investigations in Skagway, Volume 6: Residential Life on Block 39
        • Bringing Back the Past: Historical Perspectives on Canadian Archaeology
        • CarolinaÕs Historical Landscapes: Archaeological Perspectives
        • Cultura Material e Arqueologia Hist—rica
        • Diving up the Human Past: Perspectives on Maritime Archaeology, with Specific Reference to Developments in South Africa until 1996
        • Feast of the Dead: Aboriginal Ossuaries in Maryland
        • From Sail to Steam: Four Centuries of Texas Maritime History, 1500-1900
      • Historical Archaeology: Back From the Edge
      • The Familiar Past? Archaeologies of Later Historical Britain
    • 2001
      • 35(2)
        • Archaeology at MobileÕs Exploreum: Discovering the Buried Past
        • Archaeology at the Whitley Site: An Early Historic Farmstead on the Prairies of Eastern Illinois
        • Archeologia Postmedievale: lÕesperienza europea e lÕItalia
        • Building the Los Angeles Aqueduct: Archaeological Data Recovery at the Alabama Gates Construction Camp
        • Constructions of Colonialism: Perspective on Eliza FraserÕs Shipwreck
        • Historic Shipwrecks: Discovered, Protected, and Investigated
        • Historical Archaeologies of Capitalism
        • Historical Archaeology in Wachovia: Excavating Eighteenth-Century Bethabara and Moravian Pottery
        • Maiolica in the North: The Archaeology of Tin-glazed Earthenware in North-West Europe, c. 1500-1600
        • Material Culture
      • Historical Archaeologies of Capitalism
      • Tapping the Data-Rich Resources of Quebec City Archaeology
    • 2002
      • 36(2)
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      • 36(4)
        • After the Backcountry: Rural Life in the Great Valley of Virginia, 1800Ð1900
        • Archaeology and the Social History of Ships
        • Indians of the Greater Southeast: Historical Archaeology and Ethnohistory
        • Iron and Steamship Archaeology: Success and Failure on the SS Xantho
        • ÒUpon the PalisadoÓ and Other Stories of Place from Bruton Heights
        • The Archaeology of Difference: Negotiating Cross-Cultural Engagements in Oceania
        • The Wreck of the Belle, the Ruin of La Salle
      • “Upon the Palisado”
      • Death by Theory: A Tale of MysE ArchaelogicaE
    • 2003
      • 37(2)
        • A Guide to Artifacts of Colonial America
        • Canal Boats Along the Illinois and Michigan Canal: A Study in Archaeological Variability
        • Creating Freedom: Material Culture and African American Identity at Oakley Plantation, 1840-1950
        • Cultural Resources Archaeology: An Introduction
        • Denver: An Archaeological History
        • Island Lives: Historical Archaeologies of the Caribbean
        • Living on the Edge: The Archaeology of Cattle Raisers in the South Carolina Backcountry
        • Lucrecia’s Well: An Archaeological Glimpse of an African-American Midwifes’s Household
        • Massacre at Fort William Henry
        • Plants from the Past
      • 37(4)
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        • A Good Boat Speaks for Itself: Isle Royale Fishermen and Their Boats.
        • Amelia EarhartÕs Shoes: Is the Mystery Solved?
        • AnotherÕs Country: Archaeological and Historical Perspectives on Cultural Interactions in the Southern Colonies.
        • Arqueolog’a Mexicana, VI (31)
        • Colonial Challenges: Britons, Native Americans, and Caribs, 1759Ð1775.
        • Colonial Plantations and Economy in Florida.
        • Continuity and Change in Apalachee Pottery Manufacture.
      • Digital Archives from Excavation Fieldwork
      • Living on the South Carolina Backcountry
    • 2004
      • 38(2)
        • An Archaeology of History and Tradition: Moments of Danger in the Annapolis Landscape
        • Archaeological Pathways to Historic Site Development
        • Archaeology at La Isabela: AmericaÕs First European Town
        • Archaeology of Southern Urban Landscapes
        • Artifacts of the Spanish Colonies of Florida and the Caribbean, 1500Ð1800: Volume 2: Portable Personal Possessions
        • At the Sign of the King of Prussia
        • Before and After Jamestown: VirginiaÕs Powhatans and Their Predecessors
        • Cattle for Beads: The Archaeology of Historical Contact and Trade on the Namib Coast.
        • Confi nement and Ethnicity: An Overview of World War II Japanese American Relocation Sites
        • Drawing on the Past: An ArchaeologistÕs Sketchbook
      • 38(4)
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        • An Early Florida Adventure Story.
        • Archaeological Conservation Using Polymers. Practical Applications for Organic Artifact Stabilization, Texas A&M University Anthropology Series, No. 6.
        • Archaeological Perspectives on the American Civil War.
        • Archaeologists: Explorers of the Human Past.
        • Archaeology and Text.
        • Caetana Says No: WomenÕs Stories from a Brazilian Slave Society.
        • Ceramics in America.
        • Digging New JerseyÕs Past: Historical Archaeology in the Garden State.
        • Dropped and Fired: Archaeological Patterns of Militaria from Two Civil War Battles, Manassas National Battlefield Park, Manassas, Virginia,Occasional Report, No. 15.
      • Essays in Philosophy
      • Site du Palais de l’intendant, chantier Ecole de l’an 2000
    • 2005
      • 39(4)
        • Archaeology: The Comic
        • Bioarchaeology of Spanish Florida: The Impact of Colonialism
        • Boats, Ships, and Shipyards: Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Boat and Ship Archaeology, Venice 2000
        • Ceramics in America 2003
        • Claiming the Stones/Naming the Bones: Cultural Property and the Negotiation of National and Ethnic Identity
        • ColumbusÕs Outpost among the Ta’nos: Spain and America at La Isabela, 1493Ð1498
        • Draw the Lightning Down: Benjamin Franklin and Electrical Technology in the Age of Enlightenment
        • Dug to Death: A Tale of Archaeological Method and Mayhem
        • Ethical Issues in Archaeology
        • Gaining Ground: A History of Landmaking in Boston
      • Archaeology and Heritage: An Introduction
      • Claiming the Stones/ Naming the Bones: Cultural Property and the Negotiation of National and Ethnic Identity
    • 2006
      • 40(2)
        • A Historical Archaeology of Delaware: People, Contexts, and the Cultures of Agriculture
        • African Historical Archaeologies
        • An Archaeological Study of Rural Capitalismand Material Life: The Gibbs Farmstead in Southern Appalachia, 1790Ð1920
        • Boats and Shipwrecks of Ireland
        • Breaking Ground: Pioneering Women Archaeologists
        • CaractŽrisation typologique, microscopique et chimique des fa•ences du XVIIIe sicle du site Saint-Ignace de Loyola en Guyane franaise
        • Colonial VirginiaÕs Cooking Dynasty
        • Colonization of Unfamiliar Landscapes: The Archaeology of Adaptation
        • Creek Country: The Creek Indians and Their World
        • Creole Transformation from Slavery to Freedom: Historical Archaeology of the East End Community, St. John, Virgin Islands
      • 40(4)
        • After Captain Cook: The Archaeology of the Recent Indigenous Past In Australia
        • Archaeological Landscapes of the Near East
        • Archaeology and Colonialism: Culture Contact from 5000 BC to the Present
        • Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn: The Connected Farm Buildings of New England, 20th Anniversary Edition
        • Ceramics in America 2004
        • Digging the Dirt: The Archaeological Imagination
        • Engendering African American Archaeology: A Southern Perspective
        • European Metals in Native Hands: Rethinking Technological Change 1640Ð1683
        • Finding Sand Creek: History, Archaeology, and the 1864 Massacre Site
        • Fish into Wine: The Newfoundland Plantation in the Seventeenth Century
      • Indian and European Contact: The Mid-Atlantic Region
      • Military and Other Buttons from the Berry Head Forts 1794-1817
    • 2007
      • 41(2)
        • A Historical and Economic Geography of Ottoman Greece: The Southwestern Morea in the Eighteenth Century
        • American Artifacts of Personal Adornment, 1680Ð1820: A Guide to Identification and Interpretation
        • An Archaeological Guide to British Ceramics in Australia, 1788Ð1901
        • Before the Mast: Life and Death aboard the Mary Rose
        • Biocultural Histories in La Florida: A Bioarchaeological Perspective
        • Boomtown Saloons: Archaeology and History in Virginia City
        • Building Environments: Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture, Volume X
        • Burial Terminology: A Guide for Researchers
        • Ceramics in America 2005
        • Cheap and Tasteful Dwellings: Design Competitions and the Convenient Interior, 1879Ð1909
      • 41(4)
        • Between Dirt and Discussion: Methods, Methodology, and Interpretation in Historical Archaeology
        • Beyond Books and Borders: Garcilaso de la Vega and La Florida del Inca
        • Eighteenth-Century Native Communities of Southern New England in the Colonial Context
        • Excavating Asian History: Interdisciplinary Studies in Archaeology and History
        • Finding Sand Creek: History, Archaeology, and the Massacre Site
        • Findings: The Material Culture of Needlework and Sewing
        • Geographical Information Systems in Archaeology
        • Historical Archaeology
        • Huts and History: The Historical Archaeology of Military Encampment during the American Civil War
        • Ideas of Landscape
      • Building Environments: Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture, Volume X
      • The Editorial Committee of Historical Archaeology advises its readers that the book reviews are posted on the SHA website
    • 2008
      • 42(2)
        • A Companion to Archaeology
        • Archaeological Semiotics
        • Cities in the World, 1500Ð2000
        • Fort St. George: Archaeological Investigation of the 1607Ð1608Popham Colony
        • From the MinersÕ Doublehouse:Archaeology and Landscape in a Pennsylvania Coal Company Town
        • Goodbye to the Vikings?: Re-reading Early Medieval Archaeology, The World of the Vikings
        • Practicing Ethnohistory: MiningArchives, Hearing Testimony, Constructing Narrative
        • Situating Mission Santa Clara de Asis: 1776Ð1851, Documentary and Material Evidence of Life on the Alta California Frontier: A Timeline
        • Tatham Mound and the Bioarchaeology of European Contact
        • The Sangamo Frontier: History and Archaeology in the Shadow of Lincoln
      • 42(4)
        • Before Albany: An Archaeology of Native-Dutch Relations in the Capital Region: 1600Ð1664
        • Cobs, Pieces of Eight and Treasure Coins: The Early Spanish-American Mints and Their Coinages, 1536Ð1773
        • Early Islamic Syria: An Archaeological Assessment
        • Esp’ritu Santo de Zœ–iga: A Frontier Mission in South Texas
        • Fabricating the Antique: Neoclassicism in Britain, 1760Ð1800
        • John SmithÕs Chesapeake Voyages: 1607Ð1609
        • Norwich Cathedral Close: The Evolution of the English Cathedral Landscape
        • Past Meets Present: Archaeologists Partnering with Museum Curators, Teachers, and Community Groups
        • Qudad: Re-inventing a Tradition, Caterina Borelli
        • Roman Frontiers in Britain
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    • 2009
      • 43(2)
        • Dutch Glass Bottles of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
        • John BakerÕs Late-Seventeenth-Century Glasshouse at Vauxhall
        • Surface Collection: Archaeological Travels in Southeast Asia
        • The Archaeology of Race and Racialization in Historic America
        • The Scientific Investigation of Mass Graves: Towards Protocols and Standard Operating Procedures
        • The Underwater Archaeology of Red Bay: Basque Shipbuilding and Whaling in the Sixteenth Century
        • Then It Was Destroyed by the Volcano: The Ancient World in Film and on Television
      • 43(4)
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        • Archaeological Ethics and Capitalism: From Ethics to Politics
        • Archaeology as Political Action
        • Dreams of the Americas: Overview of New France
        • French Colonial Pottery: An International Conference
        • Guide to Documentary Sources for Andean Studies, 1530Ð1900
        • Lost Architecture of the Rio Grande Borderlands
        • The History of Witchcraft: Sorcerers, Heretics, and Pagans
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    • 2010
      • 44(2)
        • Archaeological Concepts for the Study of the Cultural Past
        • Archaeology and Community Service Learning
        • Archaeology of Atlantic Africa and the African Diaspora
        • Barbarians to Angels: The Dark Ages Reconsidered
        • Building the DevilÕs Empire: French Colonial New Orleans
        • Clay Tobacco Pipes and the Fur Trade of the Pacific Northwest and Northern Plains
        • Crossroads and Cosmologies: Diaspora and Ethnogenesis in the New World
        • Digging for History at Old Washington
        • Digging It Up Down Under
        • Earthquakes and Tsunamis in the Past: A Guide to Techniques in Historical Seismology
      • 44(4)
        • Archaeological Oceanography
        • Beneath the Inland Seas: Michigan’s Underwater Archaeological Heritage
        • Birds
        • Building Power: Architecture and Surveillance in Victorian America
        • Chinese Sewing Baskets
        • Frontier Forts of Iowa: Indians, Traders, and Soldiers, 1682-1862
        • Historic Pensacola
        • Mapping the Mississippian Shatter Zone: The Colonial Indian Slave Trade and Regional Instability in the American South
        • More fro the Illinois Frontier: Archaeological Studies of Nine Early-Nineteenth-Century Sites in Rural Illinois
        • Mortuary Practices and Social Identities in the Middle Ages
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    • 2011
      • 45(2)
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      • 45(4)
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    • 2012
      • 46(4)
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    • 2013
      • 47.2 Book Reviews
    • 2014
      • 48.2 Book Reviews
      • 48.4 Book Reviews
  • Featured
      • Archaeology of Early European Colonial Settlement in the Emerging Atlantic World
      • Perspectives from Historical Archaeology: African Diaspora Archaeology
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      • Unlocking the Past: Celebrating Historical Archaeology in North America
    • Guides to Literature
      • The Archaeology of French Colonial North America
      • The Archaeology of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Colonization in the Caribbean, United States, and Canada
      • The Archaeology of Spanish and Mexican Colonialism in the American Southwest
      • The Archaeology of Spanish Colonialism in the Southeastern United States and the Caribbean
      • The Archaeology of the African Diaspora in the Americas
    • Journals 1967-2006
      • 1967-1969
        • Vol 01 (1967)
          • 01-1-05.pdf
          • 01-1-06.pdf
          • 01-1-12.pdf
          • Activities in Historical Archaeology in 1967
          • ARCHAEOLOGY AND 19th CENTURY MISSIONS
          • ARCHAEOLOGY AS A METHOD FOR INVESTIGATING THE HISTORY OF THE ERIE CANAL SYSTEM
          • Beginnings of the SHA
          • EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CEMETERIES: A DEMOGRAPHIC VIEW
          • FINANCING EXCAVATIONS: Financing of Archaeological Work at Historic Sites on Federal Lands
          • Foreword
        • Vol 02 (1968)
          • 02-1-rev.pdf
          • A Collection of Glass from Port Royal Jamaica
          • An Archaeologist’s Guide to Nineteenth Century American Glass
          • Bottles and History: The Case of Magdalena de Kino, Sonora, Mexico
          • Contributors
          • Eleutherian Mills Garden Site
          • Observations on the Scope of Historical Archaeology
          • On the Meaning of Industrial Archaeology
          • Photography in Historical Archaeology
          • Recent Publications in Historical Archaeology
        • Vol 03 (1969)
          • A Guide to Recording Structural Details of Historic Buildings
          • Book Reviews
          • Clay Pipes from Old Sacramento
          • Contributors
          • Dialogue: Reaction and Views on Controversial Issues
          • Dialogue: Response to Vogel
          • Editorial: Pothunter or Professional?
          • Historic Site Archaeology in Relation to Other Archaeology
          • In Memoriam: Adan Eduardo Treganza, 1916-1968
          • Man and Superman
      • 1970-1979
        • Vol 04 (1970)
          • A Dating Key for Post-18th Century Bottles
          • Book Reviews
          • Contributors
          • Fingerprints on Earthenware Sherds: Uses and Implications for the Historical Archaeologist
          • Formal Classification and Analysis of Historic Artifacts
          • Gunflints from the Macon Plateau
          • High on the Hawg or How the Western Miner Lived, as Told By The Bottles He Left Behind
          • Historical and Historic Sites Archaeology as Anthropology: Basic Definitions and Relationships
          • Preliminary Archaeological Investigation of Fort William in Northwestern Ontario
          • President’s Page: In Search of Us
        • Vol 05 (1971)
          • After the Report What?: The Uses of Historical Archaeology, A Planner’s View
          • Book Reviews
          • Contributors
          • Dialogue: Reply to Mason
          • Early Marbles
          • Excavation of a Slave Cabin: Georgia, U.S.A.
          • Glass Bottle Push-Ups and Pontil Marks
          • Gunflints and Chronology at Ocmulgee National Monument
          • Nineteenth Century Transfer Printed Earthenwares from Rome, New York
          • Pipes from Rome, New York
        • Vol 06 (1972)
          • Book Reviews
          • Contributors
          • Drake and Cermeno in California: Sixteenth Century Chinese Ceramics
          • Excavations at the Ximenez-Fatio House, St. Augustine, Florida
          • Fig Springs: The Mid-Seventeenth Century in North-Central Florida
          • Glass Trade Beads in North America: An Annotated Bibliography
          • Historic Figurines from Florida and Mexico
          • Historic Site Bibliography
          • Lessons from the Zeyouma Trading Post near Flagstaff, Arizona
          • Recent Publications in Historical Archaeology
        • Vol 07 (1973)
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          • Archeology and the National Register
          • Book Reviews
          • Contributors
          • Dishes in Colonial Graves: Evidence from Jamaica
          • Historical Archaeology: Who Needs It?
          • Jesuit Rings: Evidence of French-Indian Contact in the Connecticut River Valley
          • Models and Hypothesis Testing in Historical Archaeology
          • Photography of Glass Artifacts from Historic Sites: A Useful Technique
          • President’s Page: On Making History
        • Vol 08 (1974)
          • A Catalogue of Jesuit and Ornamental Rings from Western New York State
          • A Note from the Editor
          • Book Reviews
          • Excavation of a Seventeenth Century Pottery Kiln at Glebe Harbor, Westmoreland County, Virginia
          • Majolica in Colonial Spanish America
          • Preparation of Line Drawings from Photographs
          • Recent Publications in Historical Archaeology
          • Reworked Pipe Stems: A 17th Century Phenomenon from the Site of Fort Orange, Albany, New York
          • Seventeenth Century Dutch Beads
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
        • Vol 09 (1975)
          • A Magnetometer Survey with Electronic Positioning Control and Calculator-Plotter System
          • Book Reviews
          • Conservation of Artifacts: A Question of Survival
          • Gunflints from Chicoutimi Indian Site (Quebec)
          • Historical Archaeology of Philadelphia
          • Information for Authors & Contributors
          • Mission-Oriented Agencies: Means and Ends of Historic Sites Archaeology
          • On the Origins of Gunspalls
          • Probate Inventories: An Evaluation from the Perspective of Zooarchaeology and Agricultural History at Mott Farm
          • Professional Criteria for Underwater Archaeology
        • Vol 10 (1976)
          • A Unified Approach to the Anthropology of Hispanic Northern New Mexico: Historical Archaeology, Ethnohistory, and Ethnography
          • Alternative Uses for Clay Tobacco Pipes and Tobacco Pipe Fragments: Some Notes
          • An Exotic Campsite in East Hudson Bay
          • Book Reviews
          • Italian Presence in Tin Glazed Ceramics of Spanish America
          • Jesuit Rings from Rock Island, Wisconsin
          • Mill Based Settlement Patterns in Schoharie County, New York: A Regional Study
          • Photographing Embossed Lettering on Glass
          • Pictures of the Past: Artifact Density and Computer Graphics
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
        • Vol 11 (1977)
          • “Swedish” Colonial Yellow Bricks: Notes on Their Uses and Possible Origins in 17th Century America
          • A Note on Foundation Preparation in Permafrost
          • A Study of Cast Iron Nails
          • Alternative Applications of the Mean Ceramic Date Concept for Interpreting Human Behavior
          • Analysis of Historic Faunal Remains
          • Book Reviews
          • Brick Bats for Archaeologists: Values of Pressed Brick Brands
          • Changes in Pearlware Dinner-ware, 1780-1830
          • Clearing Up Impressed Potters Marks
          • Evidence of Early Spanish Contact on the Georgia Coast
        • Vol 12 (1978)
          • A Canadian Perspective On Legislation and the Role of the Private Sector in Archaeology
          • Additional Notes on Alternative Uses for Clay Tobacco Pipes and Tobacco Pipe Fragments
          • An Evaluation of the Mean Ceramic Date Formula as Applied to South’s Majolica Model
          • Book Reviews
          • Bottle Nomenclature: A Glossary of Landmark Terminology for the Archaeologist
          • British Military Tableware, 1760-1830
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • The First Mexican Majolicas: Imported and Locally Produced
          • The Material Assemblage of 16th Century Spanish Florida
          • Use-Marks on Historic Ceramics: A Preliminary Study
        • Vol 13 (1979)
          • “Cash” as Currency: Coins and Tokens from Yreka Chinatown
          • Book Reviews
          • On Planning and Preservation
          • Some Observations on the Quantitative Relationship Between Stanley South’s Artifact Patterns and “Primary De Facto” Refuse
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Terra-Cotta Tobacco Pipes in 17th Century Maryland and Virginia: A Preliminary Study
          • The Function of Colono-Indian Ceramics: Insights from Limerick Plantation, South Carolina
          • Times and Seasons: An Archaeological Perspective on Early Latter Day Saints Printing
      • 1980-1989
        • Vol 14 (1980)
          • Book Reviews
          • Chinese Coins in Six Northwestern Aboriginal Sites
          • Classification and Economic Scaling of 19th Century Ceramics
          • Coins at Michilimackinac
          • Nickel Silver: An Aspect of Material Culture Change in the Upper Great Lakes Indian Trade
          • Problems and Promises in Urban Historical Archaeology: The MARTA Project
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • The Plaza II Site Excavation of a Colonial Spanish Well in St. Augustine, Florida
        • Vol 15 (1981)
          • 15.1
            • 15.1 Reviews
            • 15.1 Table of Contents
            • An Introduction to the Tin Can
            • Caring for Artifacts After Excavation -Some Advice for Archaeologist
            • Habitation Sites in the Papaloapan Estuarine Delta: Locational Characteristics
            • Historical and Archaeological Evidence of 19th Century Fever Epidemics and Medicine at Hudson’s Bay Company’s Fort Vancouver
            • Historical Archaeology in Yucatan: A Preliminary Framework
            • Notes on Unusual Clay Tobacco Pipes Found in Seattle
            • Research Notes and Comments – A Turlington Balsam Phial from Montserrat, West Indies: Genuine or Counterfeit?
            • The Recycled Pots and Potsherds of Spain
          • 15.2
            • 15.2 Reviews
            • 15.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Chalmette National Historical Park: A Remote Sensing Project
            • Essence of Peppermint, a History of the Medicine and its Bottle
            • Socioeconomic Patterning at an Undocumented Late 18th Century Lowcountry Site: Spiers Landing, South Carolina
            • The Importance of the Hacienda in 19th Century Otumba and Apan, Basin of Mexico
          • A Turlington Balsam Phial from Montserrat, West Indies: Genuine or Counterfeit?
          • An Introduction to the Tin Can
          • Book Reviews
          • Book Reviews
          • Caring for Artifacts After Excavation: Some Advice for Archaeologists
          • Chalmette National Historic Park: A Remote Sensing Project
          • Essence of Peppermint, a History of the Medicine and its Bottle
          • Habitation Sites in the Papaloapan Estuarine Delta: Locational Characteristics
          • Historical and Archaeological Evidence of 19th Century Fever Epidemics and Medicine at Hudson’s Bay Company’s Fort Vancouver
          • Historical Archaeology in Yucatan: A Preliminary Framework
        • Vol 16 (1982)
          • Acknowledgements
          • Acme Craftware, Inc.
          • American Chinaware Corporation
          • Appendix A: Decorators and Distributors
          • Appendix B: Double Stamps and Over Stamps
          • Appendix C: Trade Marks Published as Back Stamps
          • Appendix D: Other District Manufacturers and Decorators
          • Appendix E: Guide to Manufacturers Names/Building Designations
          • Appendix F: Index by Motif
          • Brunt Associations
        • Vol 17 (1983)
          • 17.1
            • 17.1 Reviews
            • 17.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • 17th and 18th Century Lead-Glazed Redwares in the Massachusetts Bay Colony
            • A Vessel Typology for Early Chesapeake Ceramics: The Potomac Typological System
            • Arrastras: Unique Western Historic Milling Sites
            • Faunal Remains and Social Status in 19th Century Sacramento
            • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • London Mustard Bottles
            • Pajatambo: An 18th Century Roadside Structure in Peru
            • The Recovery And Conservation Of Water-Logged Goods From The Well Excavated At The Fort Loudoun Site, Fort Loudon, Pennsylvania
          • 17.2
            • 17.2 Reviews
            • 17.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • An Analysis of East Asian Coins Excavated in Tucson, Arizona
            • British Colonial Subsistence Strategy on the Southeastern Coastal Plain
            • Ceramic Supply in an Economically Isolated Frontier Community: Portage County of the Ohio Western Reserve, 1800-1 825
            • Discovery of Human Remains From Sir John Franklins Last Expedition
            • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • Memorials – Charles C. Di Peso
            • More on Gunflints
            • North American Historic Sites Zooarchaeology
          • 17th Century and 18th Century Lead-Glazed Redwares in the Massachusetts Bay Colony
          • A Vessel Typology for Early Chesapeke Ceramics: The Potomac Typological System
          • An Analysis of East Asian Coins Excavated in Tucson, Arizona
          • Arrastras: Unique Western Historic Milling Sites
          • Book Reviews
          • Book Reviews
          • British Colonial Subsistence Strategy on the Southeastern Coastal Plain
          • Ceramic Supply in an Economically Isolated Frontier Community: Portage County of the Ohio Western Reserve, 1800-1825
          • Discovery of Human Remains From Sir John Franklin’s Last Expedition
          • Fathoming Fort Ross
        • Vol 18 (1984)
          • An Unorthodox Magnetic Survey of a Large Forested Historic Site
          • Archaeomagnetic Anomalies of Midcontinental North American Archaeological Sites
          • Book Reviews
          • Book Reviews
          • Building Materials Indicative of Status Differentiation at the Crown Point Barracks
          • Cans in the Countryside
          • Ceramic Variability in 17th Century St. Augustine, Florida
          • City Tavern, Country Tavern: An Analysis of Four Colonial Sites
          • Combined Magnetic and Chemical Surveys of Forts Kaskaskia and de Chartres Number 1, Illinois
          • Historical Archaeology in Abandoned Nitrate “Oficinas” in Northern Chile: A Preliminary Report
        • Vol 19 (1985)
          • 19.1
            • 16th Century Spanish basque Coopering
            • 19.1 Reviews
            • 19.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Archaeological Notes on A California Chinese Shrimp Boiler
            • Archaeology and History on Historic Hispanic Sites: Impediments and Solutions
            • Excavations at Martin’s Hundred Church, James City County, Virginia: Techniques for Testing a 17th Century Church Site
            • Historic Zooarchaeology: Some Methodological Considerations
            • Impact of Mechanization in the Glass Container Industry: The Dominion Glass Company of Montreal, a Case Study
            • Memorials – Iain C. Walker
            • Rapid Projected Mapping: An Alternative Mapping Technique For the Archaeologist
          • 19.2
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          • 16th-Century Spanish Basque Coopering
          • Archaeological Notes on a California Chinese Shrimp Boiler
          • Archaeological Test At The Russian Three Saints Bay Colony, Alaska
          • Archaeology and History on Historic Hispanic Sites: Impediments and Solutions
          • Archaeology of the Cod Fishery: Damariscove Island
          • Book Reviews
          • Commodity Flows and National Market Access
          • Drawing with Chemicals
          • Excavations at Martin’s Hundred Church, James City County, Virginia: Techniques for Testing a 17th Century Church Site
        • Vol 20 (1986)
          • 20.1
            • 20.1 Reviews
            • 20.1 Table of Contents
            • Documentation and Identification of the Two-Masted Schooner Neptune
            • Domestic Adaption at Puerto Real, Haiti
            • Fur Trade Archaeology – A Study of Frontier Hierarchies
            • Historical Archaeology in Sub-Saharan Africa- A Review
            • Maintenance and Fabrication at Fort Pentagoet 1635-1654 Products of an Acadian Armor’s Workshop
            • On The Archaeology of Early Canals- Research on the Patowmack Canal in Great Falls, Virgina
            • Urban Adaption in Charleston, South Carolina, 1730-1820
          • 20.2
            • 20.2 Reviews
            • 20.2 Table of Contents
            • Computer-Correcting Historical Maps for Archaeological Use
            • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • Measures of the Acculturative Response to Trade on the Central Coast of British Columbia
            • Of Fish and Sherds – A Model for Estimating Vessel Populations from Minimal Vessel Counts
            • Research Notes and Comments- Followup Notes on the 17th Century Cod Fishery at Damariscove Island, Maine
            • Soil Chemistry and Historic Archaeological Site Activity Areas- A Test Case from Northern Delaware
            • The Archaeology of Historical Land Use in Massachusetts
            • Urban Farmsteads- Household Responsibilities in the City
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        • Vol 21 (1987)
          • 21.1
            • 21.1 Reviews
            • 21.1 Table of Contents
            • Burials from the Santa Barbara Presidio Chapel
            • Historic Charcoal Production Near Eureka, Nevada: An Archaeological Perspective
            • J.C. Harrington medal in Historical Archaeology – Arthur Woodward
            • On Zooarchaeological Measures of Socioeconomic Position and Cost-Efficient Meat Purchases
            • Research and Comments- An Unusual Pipe Stem Find from St. Inigoes Manor, Maryland
            • Second Time Around: A Look at Bottle Reuse
            • The Ceramics Collection from the Continental Army Cantonment at New Windsor, New York
          • 21.2
            • 21.2 Reviews
            • 21.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • A Survey of Domestic Reform Movement Sites in Boston and Cambridge, Ca. 1865-1 905
            • An Historical and Archaeological Evaluation of the CSS Georgia
            • Ceramics and Commerce: The 1554 flota Revisited
            • J. C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • Research Notes and Comments: Aspects of Early Afro-American Material Culture: Artifacts from The Slave Quarters at Garrison Plantation, Maryland.
            • The View from the Midden: An Analysis of Midden Distribution and Composition at the van Sweringen Site, St. Marys City, Maryland
            • Using Dendrochronology for Historical Reconstruction in the Cortez Mining District, North Central Nevada
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          • Volume 21, Number 1
          • Volume 21, Number 2
        • Vol 22 (1988)
          • 22.1
            • 17th Century Apalachee Colono-Ware as a Reflection of Demography, Economics, and Acculturation
            • 22.1 Errata
            • 22.1 Reviews
            • 22.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • A Reassessment of the Chronological and Topological Framework of the Spanish Olive Jar
            • Archaeological Remains, Documents, and Anthropology: a Call for a new Culture History
            • Glass Bead Sites in Amsterdam
            • Historical Archaeology as Anthropology
            • J.C. Harrington Medal – Edward B. Jelks 1988
            • Neither History Nor Prehistory: the Question that Count in Historical Archaeology
          • 22.2
            • 22.2 Reviews
            • 22.2 Table of Contents
            • A Comparative Midden Analysis of a Household and Inn in St. Mary’s City, Maryland
            • Baroque Cities in the Wilderness: Archaeology and the Urban Development in the Colonial Chesapeake
            • Exploring a "Splindid and Delightsome" Land: Research on the 17th Century Chesapeake
            • Spatial Analysis of the King’s Reach Plantation Homelot, Ca. 1690-1715
            • The Bear Necessities- Standards of Living in England and the Chesapeake, 1650-1700
            • The Interpretation of 17th Century Sites through Plow Zone Surface Collections: Examples from St. Mary’s City, Maryland
          • Volume 22, Number 1
          • Volume 22, Number 2
        • Vol 23 (1989)
          • 23.1
            • 23.1 Reviews
            • 23.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Comments on the 1987 Society for Historical Archaeology Landscape Symposium
            • Function, Meaning and Context: Ambiguities in Ceramic Use by the Hivernant Metis of the Northwestern Plains
            • Issues in Historic Landscapes and Gardens
            • Landscapes as Artifacts: Comments on" The Archaeological Use of Landscape Treatment in Social, Economic and Ideological Analysis
            • Pattern and Process in the Plantation Archaeology of the Lowcountry of Georgia and South Carolina
            • Research Notes and Comments – Xeroradiography of Historic Ceramics: Four New England Kilns
            • Research Notes and Comments – Zooarchaeological Measures Revisited
            • Status and Ceramics for Planters and Slaves on Three Georgia Coastal Plantations
          • 23.2
            • "Utility and beauty Should Be On The Landscape of Jack London’s Ranch of Good Intentions
            • 23.2 Reviews
            • 23.2 Table of Contents
            • A Good Man in Israel: Zooarchaeology and Assimilation in Antebllum Washington, Washington, Arkansas
            • On Plantations and Patterns
            • Research Notes and Comments: Artifact Illustration Using Computer Videographs
            • The Emergent Elite in Early 18th Century Portsmouth Society: The Archaeology of the Joseph Sherburne Houselot
            • The Role of Pewter as Missing Artifact: Consumer Attitudes Toward Tablewares in Late 18th Century Virginia
            • The Spanish Colonial Wineries of Moquegua, Peru
            • Wealth and Status in the Upper South Socioeconomic System of Northeastern Missouri
          • Volume 23, Number 1
          • Volume 23, Number 2
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        • Vol 24 (1990)
          • 24.1
            • 24.1 Reviews
            • 24.1 Table of Contents
            • Burned Seeds from a Gold Rush Store in Sacramento, California
            • China Glaze Wares on Sites from the American Revolution: Pearlware before Wedgwood?
            • Making Cheese: Archaeology of a 19th Century Rural Industry
            • Memorial- Bert Salwen, 1920-1988
            • Pollen Analysis and Urban Land Use:The Environs of Scottow’s Dock in 17th, 18th, and Early 19th Century Boston
            • Pottery and Pigs Feet: Space, Ethnicity, and Neighborhood in Washington, D.C., 1880-1940
            • Soil and Settlement Location in 18th Century Colonial Tidewater Virginia
          • 24.2
            • 24.2 Table of Contents
            • A Preliminary Seriation of 19th-Century Decorated Porcelain Marbles
            • A Question of Inference: Interpretations of Site Abandonment Behavior from Survey Data
            • A Regional Perspective on Assessing the Significance of Historic Period Sites
            • Evaluating Site Significance in Historical Mining Districts
            • Gunflints: A Study
            • In-House Production of Archaeological Publications on the Macintosh
            • J. C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • Methodological Approaches to Assessing the Archaeological Significance of Historic Sites
          • 24.3
            • 24.3 Reviews
            • 24.3 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Electrical Resistivity Surveys in Two Historical Cemeteries in Northeast Texas: A Method for Delineating Unidentified Burial Shafts
            • Fur Trade Era Blacksmith Shops at Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, North Dakota
            • Minimum Vessel Lists as Evidence of Change in Folk and Courtly Traditions of Food Use
            • Site Formation Processes at Fort Fillmore, New Mexico: First Interpretations
            • The Historical Archaeology of Mortuary Behavior: Coffin Hardware from Ux bridge, Massachusetts
            • Tree-Ring Studies of the Pueblo de Acoma
          • 24.4
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            • Acknowledgments
            • Beyond Regionalism: History , Archaeology, and the Future
            • Contributors
            • Historical Archaeology on Southern Plantations and Farms: Introduction
            • Landscape Archaeology, Landscape History, and the American Farmstead
            • Social Inequality and Turn-of-the-Century Farmsteads: Issues of Class, Status,Ethnicity, and Race
            • Social Relations and Material Culture: A Critique of the Archaeology of Plantation Slavery
            • Structural Continuity in an African-American Slave and Tenant Community
          • Volume 24, Number 1
          • Volume 24, Number 2
          • Volume 24, Number 3
          • Volume 24, Number 4
        • Vol 25 (1991)
          • 25.1
            • 25.1 Reviews
            • 25.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • A Revised Set of CC Index Values for Classification and Economic Scaling of English Ceramics from 1787 to 1880
            • Arms from Addison Plantation and the Maryland Militia on the Potomac Frontier
            • Economic Means Index: A Measure of Social Status in the Chesapeake, 1690-1815
            • Faience in French Colonial Illinois
            • Research and Comments- A Reconstruction of 19th-Century Surgical Techniques: Bones in Dr. Thompson’s Privy
            • Who’s Been Working on the Railroad?: An Examination of the Construction, Distribution, and Ethnic Origins of Domed Rock Ovens on Railroad-Related Sites
          • 25.2
            • 25.2 Reviews
            • 25.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Consumers, Commodities, and Choices: A General Model of Consumer Behavior
            • Faunal Remains and Consumer Behavior: What is Being Measured?
            • Historical Dimensions of Consumer Research
            • House and Barn; The Wealth of Farmers, 1795 -1815
            • Models for the Study of Consumer Behavior
            • Nineteenth-Century Ceramics and Models of Consumer Behavior
            • Plants, Humans, and Culture: An Edible Model of Consuming Behavior
            • The Post- Civil War Battlefield Pattern: An Example from the Custer Battlefield
          • 25.3
            • 25.3 Reviews
            • 25.3 Table of Contents and Cover
            • A Little Slice of Heaven: Investigation at Rincon Cemetery, Prado Basin, California
            • Archaeological Investigations of a Mid-19th-Century Shipbreaking Yard, San Francisco, California
            • Carol V. Ruppe Distinguished Service Award
            • Historical Archaeology in Arizona and New Mexico
            • Historical Archaeology in California
            • Historical Archaeology in the American West – Papers from the Plenary Session, 1990
            • Historical Archaeology in the American West: The View from Philadelphia
            • Research Notes and Comments -What is the Use of Plantation Archaeology?
          • 25.4
            • 25.4 Table of Contents and Cover
            • A Feminist Approach to Historical Archaeology: Eighteenth-Century Fur Trade Society at Michilimackinac
            • Engendering Visible and Invisible Ceramic Artifacts, Especially Dairy Vessels
            • Gender and Historical Archaeology: Eastern Dakota Patterns in the 19th Century
            • Gender, Activity Areas, and Homelots in the 17th-Century Chesapeake Region
            • Introduction
            • Sacred Dinners and Secular Teas: Constructing Domesticity in Mid-19th-Century New York
            • Several Paradise Ladies Are Visiting in Town: Gender Strategies in the Early Industrial West
            • The Archaeology of Women in the Spanish New World
            • When Daddy Was a Shanty Boy: The Role of Gender in the Organization of the Logging Industry in Highland West Virginia
        • Vol 26 (1992)
          • 26.1
          • 26.2
            • 26.2 Reviews
            • 26.2 Table of Contents
            • An X-ray Fluorescence-Pattern Recognition Analysis of Pottery from an Early Historic Hispanic Settlement Near Santa Fe, New Mexico
            • Architectural Symbolism and Non-verbal Communication at Upper Fort Garry
            • J.C Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • Munition Artifacts from Fort Fillmore, New Mexico
            • Northern Michigan Logging Camps: Material Culture and Worker Adaptation on the Industrial Frontier
            • The Noncurrency Functions of Chinese Wen in America
            • Wheres the Beef? Food Supply at an Antebellum Frontier Post
          • 26.3
            • 26.3 Contributions
            • 26.3 Table of Contents
            • Beneath the Material Surface of Things: Commodities, Artifacts, and Slave Plantations
            • Beneath the Material Surface of Things: Commodities, Artifacts, and Slave Plantations
            • Consumer Behavior in Colonial Charlestown, Massachusetts, 1630-1 760
            • Consumption as Communication in Nineteenth-Century Paradise Valley, Nevada
            • Critical Archaeology: In the Ground and on the Street
            • Discourse on the Frontiers of History: Material Culture and Social Reproduction in Early Scotland
            • Epilogue: The Productive Nature of Material Culture and Archaeology
            • Explicit and Implicit Meanings in Material Culture and Print Culture
          • 26.4
            • 26.4 Contributions
            • 26.4 Table of Contents
            • Introduction
            • Is It Treasure or a Worthless Piece of Ship?
            • Recent Advances in Close Range Photogrammetry for Underwater Historical Archaeology
            • Recovering the Past of USS Arizona: Symbolism, Myth, and Reality
            • Replicating a Caravel
            • Replicating a Voyage of Discovery
            • Replicating and Experimental Archaeology: The Last Step
            • Replicating Fifteenth – and Sixteenth-Century Ordnance
          • Volume 26, Number 1
          • Volume 26, Number 2
          • Volume 26, Number 3
          • Volume 26, Number 4
        • Vol 27 (1993)
          • 27.1
            • 27.1 Reviews
            • 27.1 Table of Contents
            • Beer Cans: Aguide for the Archaeologist
            • European Ceramics and the Elusive "Cattle of Raleigh"
            • Historcial Archaeology Before 1967
            • Historical Archaeology Strove for Maturity in the Mid-1980s
            • Late Sixteenth-Century Basque Banded Copper Kettles
            • Pollen-Record Formation Processes, Interdisciplinary Archaeology, and Land Use by Mill Works and Managers: The Boott Mills Corporation, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1836-1942
            • Research Notes and Comments – "What is the Use of Plantation Archaeology?" No Use at All, if No One Else Is Listening
            • Retrospective on the Society for Historical Archaeology, 1977-1982
          • 27.2
            • 27.2 Contributors
            • 27.2 Table of Contents
            • Commercial Foods, 1740-1820
            • European Ceramics and the Elusive "Cattle of Releigh"
            • Health and Diet in 19th-Century America: A Food Historian’s Point of View
            • Health, Sanitation, and Foodways in Historical Archaeology:Introduction
            • Indian Corn and Dutch Pots: Seventeenth-Century Foodways in New Amsterdam/New York
            • Public Aesthetics versus Personal Experience: Worker Health and Well-Being in 19th-Century Lowell Massachusetts
            • The Dialectics of Historical Archaeology in a Post-Processual World
            • The Meaning of Change in Urban Faunal Deposits
          • 27.3
            • 27.3 Reviews
            • 27.3 Table of Contents
            • A Ceramic Chemistry Archive for New Netherlands/New York
            • Ethnicity and Firearms in the Upper Missouri Bison-Robe Trade: An Examination of Weapon Preference and Utilization at Fort Union Trading Post N.H.S., North Dakota
            • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • Notes on the Cultural Origins and Functions of Sub-Floor Pits
            • The Reliability of Geophysical Surveys at Historical-Period Cemeteries: An Example from the Plains Cemetery, Mechanicsville, Maryland
            • White Columns and Black Hands: Class and Classification in the Plantation Ideology of the Georgia and South Carolina Lowcountry
          • 27.4
            • 27.4 Reviews
            • 27.4 Table of Contents
            • Invented Lands/Discovered Pasts: The Westward Expansion of Myth and History
            • Not by Bones Alone: Exploring Household Composition and Socioeconomic Status in an Isolated Historic Mining Community
            • The Cultural Creation of the Feminine Gender: An Example from 19th-Century Military Household at Fort Independence, Boston
            • The Importance of Aspect to Historic Farmstead Site Location in the Green Mountains of Vermont
            • The Spanish Colonial Kiln Tradition of Moquegua
          • Volume 27, Number 1
          • Volume 27, Number 2
          • Volume 27, Number 3
          • Volume 27, Number 4
        • Vol 28 (1994)
          • 28.1
            • 28.1 Reviews
            • 28.1 Table of Contents
            • Acknowledgments
            • Evidence for Folkways and Cultural Exchange in the 18th- Century South Carolina Backcountry
            • Material Culture of the Koasati Indians of Texas
            • Research and Comments – Betty’s Hope Windmill: An Unexpected Problem
            • Toward a Global Historical Archaeology: An Example from Brazil
            • Zooarchaeological Analysis of a Free African Community – Gracia Real de Santa Teresa de Mose
          • 28.2
            • 28.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Challenges to the Button Industry
            • Freshwater pearl Button Business
            • Freshwater Pearl Buttons
            • Musseling and Musselers
            • Pearl Harbors
            • The Useful Shellfish
            • Washboards, Pigtoes, and Muckets: Historic Musseling in the Mississippi Watershed- Introduction
          • 28.3
            • 28.3 Reviews
            • 28.3 Table of Contents
            • Contact and Contagion: The Roanoke Colony and Influenza
            • Determining African Birth from Skeletal Remains: A Note on Tooth Mutilation
            • Inclusion and Exclusion in the Moravian Settlement in North Carolina, 1770-1 790
            • Memorial – Carlyle Shreeve Smith
            • Memorial – Reynold J. Ruppe
            • Mortuary Patterns at the Harney Site Slave Cemetery, Caribbean Montserrat, in Perspective
            • Research Notes and Comments- Search for the Grave of the Hanged Texas Gunfighter, William Preston Longley
            • Towards an Anthropological Historical Archaeology in Greece
          • 28.4
            • 28.4 Contributors
            • 28.4 Preface
            • 28.4 Table of Contents and Cover
            • A Boardinghouse Madonna – Beyond the Aesthetics of a Portrait Created Through Medicine Bottles
            • A la Russe, a la Pell-Mell, or a la Practical: Ideology and Compromise at the Late Nineteenth-Century Dinner Table
            • Carol V. Ruppe Distinguished Service Award
            • Changing Social and Material Routine in Nineteenth-Century Harpers Ferry
            • Diet and Prehistoric Landscape During the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia- A View from the Old Master Armorer’s Complex.pdf
            • Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Meanings and Uses of Material Goods in Lower Town Harpers Ferry
            • Sanitation and Harpers Ferry, Parasitism at West Virginia
          • Volume 28, Number 1
          • Volume 28, Number 2
          • Volume 28, Number 3
          • Volume 28, Number 4
        • Vol 29 (1995)
          • 29.1
            • 29.1 Reviews
            • 29.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Context of Meaning: Beer Bottles and Cans in Contemporary Burial Practices in the Polnesian Kingdom of Tonga
            • Memorial – Kenneth Earl Kidd
            • Recovering the Lost Landscapes of the Stockton Gardens at Morven, Princeton, New Jersey
            • The Historical Archaeology of Vergelegen, and Early Farmstead at the Cape of Good Hope
            • Thimbles and Thimble Rings from the circum-Caribbean Region, 1550-1800: Chronology and Identification
            • Women and Property in Early 19th-Century Portsmouth, New Hampshire
          • 29.2
            • 29.2 Reviews
            • 29.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Differential Pollen Preservation in a Seventeenth-Century Refuse Oit, Jamestown Island, Virgina
            • Health Care and the Wayman A.M.E Church
            • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • Recognizing Children’s Graves in Nineteenth-Century Cemeteries: Excavations in St. Thomas Anglican Churchyard, Belleville, Ontario, Canada
            • The Case of the Missing Victuals
            • The Padre Island Crossbows
          • 29.3
            • 29.3 Preface and Acknowledgments
            • 29.3 References
            • 29.3 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Appendix A: Walnut Street Prison Workshop
            • Appendix B: Fling Privy
            • Appendix C: Twelfth and Arch Street Privies
            • Appendix D: Southwark Privies
            • Chapter Five Conclusion: The Ritual Institution and Nineteenth-Century America
            • Chapter Four Reform, Respite, and Ritual: Perspectives on the Magdalen Society
            • Chapter One Introduction: Perspectives on the "Fallen"
          • 29.4
            • 29.4 Reviews
            • 29.4 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Material Culture and Social Death: African-American Burial Practices
            • Memorial – Aronld Remington Pilling
            • Memorial – John H. Rick
            • Terrible Saint: Changing Meanings of the John Brown Fort
            • The Importance of the Community Study Approach in Historical Archaeology, with an Example from Late Colonial St. Augustine
            • Three Ironclad Warship – the Archaeology of Industrial Process and Historical Myth
          • Volume 29, Number 1
          • Volume 29, Number 2
          • Volume 29, Number 3
          • Volume 29, Number 4
        • Vol 30 (1996)
          • 30.1
            • 30.1 References
            • 30.1 Table of Contents
            • Appendix A – Procedures for the Analysis
            • Appendix B: Mammalian Body Part Representation
            • Chapter Five: Pattering and Interpretation of Butchery Marks
            • Chapter Four: Potential Taphonomic Biases, Taxonomic Representation, and Body Part Representation
            • Chapter One: Modeling Assemblage Variation and Urban Foodways
            • Chapter Seven: Conclusion
            • Chapter Six: Age and Seasonal Harvesting Patterns of Domestic Animals
            • Chapter Three: Urban and Rural Site Context
          • 30.2
            • 30.2 Reviews
            • 30.2 Table of Contents
            • Analyzing Musket Balls to Interpret a Revolutionary War Site
            • Archaeogeophysical and Geochemical Studies at George Washington Carver National Monument, Diamond, Missouri
            • Continuity and Change: De Soto and the Apalachee
            • Keynote Address 1996 – Ethnicity, Authenticity, and Invented Traditions
            • Research Notes and Comments- Archaeological Examination of Fort Reliance, Yukon
            • The Landscape of Northern Bondage
            • The Site of the Intendants Palace in Quebec City: The Changing Meaning of an Urban Space
            • Theorizing the Management of Archaeology Underwater
          • 30.3
            • 30.3 Reviews
            • 30.3 Table of Contents
            • A Prone Burial from a Plantation Slave Cemetery in Barbados, West Indies: Possible Evidence for and African-type Witch or Other Negatively Viewed Person
            • Blue Beads as African-American Cultural Symbols
            • Iberian Foodways in the Moquegua and Torata Valleys of Southern Peru
            • Status and Adobe Quality at Fort Fillmore, New Mexico: Old Questions, New Techniques
          • 30.4
            • 30.4 Reviews
            • 30.4 Table of Contents
            • Compositional Constraints on the Identification of Eighteenth Century Porcelain Sherds from Fort Beausejour, New Brunswick, and Grassy Island, Nova Scotia, Canada
            • Glass-Knapping at a Louisiana Plantation: African- American Tools?
            • Mission-Period Settlement Structure: A Test of the Model at San Martin de Timucua
            • Shopping as Meaningful Action: Toward a Redefinition of Consumption in Historical Archaeology
            • The Influence of Trade on Bahamian Slave Culture
            • The Texas Historical Commission’s Underwater Archaeological Survey of 1995 and the Preliminary Report on the Belle, La Salle’s Shipwreck of 1686
          • Volume 30, Number 1
          • Volume 30, Number 2
          • Volume 30, Number 3
          • Volume 30, Number 4
        • Vol 31 (1997)
          • 31.1
            • 31.1 Contributors
            • 31.1 Preface
            • 31.1 References
            • 31.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • A Peripheral Perspective
            • Africans in the Spanish Colonies
            • Consolidation of the Colonial Regime: Native Society in Western Central America
            • Cross-Disciplinary Themes in the Recovery of the Colonial Middle Period
            • Cultural Development in La Floridia
            • Hispanic, Andean, and African Influences in the Moquegua Valley of Southern Peru
          • 31.2
            • 31.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • 31.2 Reviews
            • Class, Gender, and the Built Environment: Deriving Social Relations from Cultural Landscapes in SOuthwest Michigan
            • Material Cultural and African -American Spirituality at the Hermitage
            • Response to a Market: Dating English Underglaze Transfer-Printed Wares
            • Settlement Patterning on the British Caribbean Island of Tobago
            • The Archaeology of Maroon Societies in the Americas: Resistance, Cultural Continuity, and Transformation in the African Diaspora
            • Tombs and Testaments Mortuary Practices During the Seventeenth to Nineteenth Centuries in the Spanish- Venezuelan Catholic Tradition
          • 31.3
            • 31.3 Contributors
            • 31.3 Introduction- Carol McDavid
            • 31.3 Introduction- David Babson
            • 31.3 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Descendants, Decisions, and Power: The Public Interpertation of the Archaeology of the Levi Jordan Plantation
            • Errata
            • Facing the Challenges of a Public African- American Archaeology
            • Leveling the Playing Field in the Contested Territory of the South African Past: A "Public" Versus a "People’s" Form of Historical Archaeology Outreach
            • Necessary but Insufficient: Plantation Archaeology Reports and Community Action
            • Past is Present: Comments on "In the Realm of Politics: Prospects for Public Participation in African- American Plantanation Archaeology
          • 31.4
            • 31.4 Reviews
            • 31.4 Table of Contents
            • Archaeological Expedition Humor -The Mules Knew the Way
            • Gunflint Production in the Monti Lessini, Italy
            • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • Landuse Reconstruction at the Founding Settlement of Las Vegas, Nevada
            • Secret and Sacred: Contextualizing the Artifacts of African-American Magic and Religion
            • The 17th-Century Cemetery at St. Mary’s City: Mortuary Practices in the Early Chesapeake
            • This Great Wild Tract : Henry David Thoreau, Native Americans, and the Archaeology of Estabrook Woods
          • Volume 31, Number 1
          • Volume 31, Number 2
          • Volume 31, Number 3
          • Volume 31, Number 4
        • Vol 32 (1998)
          • 32.1
            • 32.1 Contributors
            • 32.1 Table of Contents
            • A Connecticut Merchant in Chinadom: A Play in One Act
            • A Future after Freedom
            • Bread Fresh from the Oven: Memories of Italian Breadbaking in the California Mother Lode
            • Discussion: Archaeologist as Storytellers
            • Farm Journal – First Person, Four Voices
            • Further Tales of the Vasco
            • Introduction: Why Every Archaeologist Should Tell Stories Once in a While
            • Katherine Nanny, alias Naylor – A life in Puritan Boston
          • 32.2
            • 32.2 Editorial
            • 32.2 Reviews
            • 32.2 Table of Contents
            • Carol V. Ruppe Distinguished Service Award
            • Conversations with Lewis R. Binford on Historical Archaeology
            • Nail Chronology: The use of Technological Derived Features
            • The Archaeology of Frustrated Ambition: An Australian Case Study
            • The Literature and Locations of Phoenix Buttons
          • 32.3
            • 32.3 Contributions
            • 32.3 Introduction
            • A Seventeenth-Century Beetle Fauna from Colonial Boston
            • Animal Bones from the Cross Street Back Lot Privy
            • Botanical Remains from a Seventeenth-Century Privy at the Cross Street Back Lot Site
            • Filling Boston’s Mill Pond
            • Forming the past
            • Great Expectations: The Public Interpretation Program for the Central Artery/Tunnel Project
            • Katherine Naylor’s House of Offce – A Seventeenth-Century Privy
            • Massachusetts bay Foodways: Regional and Class Influences
          • 32.4
            • 32.4 J.C. Harrington Memorial
            • 32.4 Reviews
            • 32.4 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Acculturation and the Composition of the Diet of Tucson’s Overseas Chinese Gardeners at the turn of the Century
            • Metal Detector Use in Archaeology: An Introduction
            • On the Earliest Products (ca. 1751- 1752) of the Worcester Porcelain Manufactory: Evidence from Sherds from the Warmstry House Site, England
            • Seeing: The Power of Town Planning in the Chesapeake
            • Shifting Sand and Muddy Water: Historic Cartography and River Migration as Factors in Locating Steamboat Wrecks on the Far Upper Missouri River
            • The Lost Flying Boat of Kaneohe Bay: Archaeology of the First U.S. Casualties of Pearl Harbor
          • Volume 32, Number 1
          • Volume 32, Number 2
          • Volume 32, Number 3
          • Volume 32, Number 4
        • Vol 33 (1999)
          • 33.1
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            • 33.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • A Disregard of Every Sentiment of Humanity": The Town Farm and Class Realignment in Nineteenth-Century Rural New England
            • Class Confrontation in Archaeology
            • Examining Gender, Class, and Ethnicity in Nineteenth-Century New York City
            • Free From All Vicious Habits: Archaeological Perspectives on Class Conflict and the Rhetoric of Temperance
            • GO gCUlRE DIA RATH AGUS BLATH ORT (God Grant That You Prosper and Flourish): Social and Economic Mobility Among the Irish in Nineteenth- Century New York City
            • Internalizing Class in Historical Archaeology
            • Introduction: Why Confront Class?
            • Race and the Genteel Consumer: Class and African- American Consumption, 1850-1 930
          • 33.2
            • 33.2 Reviews
            • 33.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • A Conversation with John L. Cotter
            • Comments on Historical Archaeology in the Next Millennium: A Forum
            • Comments on Historical Archaeology in the Next Millennium: A Forum
            • Historical Archaeology in the Next Millenium: A Forum
            • Historical Archaeology in the Next Millennium: A View from CRM
            • Interpreting Archaeological Data Through Correspondence Analysis
            • John L.Cotter Award in Historical Archaeology
            • Response to Comments by Gray, Lees, and Schuyler
          • 33.3
            • 33.3 Table of Contents and Cover
            • A Trans-Atlantic Merchants House in Charleston: Archaeological Exploration of Refinement and Subsistence in an Urban Setting
            • After the Chinese Taste: Chinese Export Porcelain and Chinoiserie Design in Eighteen- Century Charleston
            • An Idea of Grandeur: Furnishing the Classical Interior in Charleston, 181 5-1 840
            • Backcountry and Lowcountry: Perspectives on Charleston in the Context of Trans-Atlantic Culture, 1700-1 850
            • Gentility and Material Culture on the Carolina Frontier
            • Introduction
            • Pottery, Intercolonial Trade, and RevoI utio n : Domestic Earthenwares and the Development of an American Social Identity
            • Slave and Servant Housing in Charleston, 1770-1 820
            • The Metropolis and the Backcountry: The Making of a Colonial Landscape on the South Carolina Frontier
          • 33.4
            • 33.4 Reviews
            • 33.4 Table of Contents and Cover
            • J. C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • Memorial – John L.Cotter 1911-1999
            • Portuguese Tin-glazed in Seventeenth-Century New England:A Preliminary Study
            • Production of Animal Commodities at Plum Grove, Iowa City
            • Rual Modernization During the Recent Past: Farmstead Archaeology in the Aiken Plateau
          • Volume 33, Number 1
          • Volume 33, Number 2
          • Volume 33, Number 3
          • Volume 33, Number 4
      • 2000-2004
        • Vol 34 (2000)
          • 34.1
            • 34.1 Contributions
            • 34.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Errata
            • Filth, Garbage, and Rubbish: Refuse Disposal, Sanitary Reform, and Nineteenth Century Yard Deposits in Washington, D.C.
            • Interpreting the Latrines of the Johnsons Island Civil War Military Prison
            • Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Privy Architecture and the Perception of Sanitation
            • Sanitation Practices, Depositional Processes, and Interpretive Contexts of Minneapolis Privies
            • The Parity of Privies: Summary Research on Privies in North Carolina
            • The Social Organization of a Boardinghouse: Archaeological Evidence from the Buffalo Waterfront
            • Theoretical and Methodological Considerations for Excavating Privies
          • 34.3
            • 34.3 Contributors
            • 34.3 Introduction
            • 34.3 Preface
            • 34.3 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Creolization and Late Nineteenth Century Metis Vernacular Log Architecture on the South Saskatchewan River
            • Creolization and the Archaeology of Multiethnic Households in the American South
            • Culture Bought: Evidence of Creolization in the Consumer Goods of an Enslaved Bahamian Family
            • Discussion: Creolization, Complexity, and Time
            • From Colonist to Creole: Archaeological Patterns of Spanish Colonization in the New World
            • Representing Colonizers: An Archaeology of Creolization, Ethnogenesis, and Indigenous Material Culture among the Haida
          • Volume 34, Number 1
          • Volume 34, Number 2
          • Volume 34, Number 3
          • Volume 34, Number 4
        • Vol 35 (2001)
          • 35.1
            • 35.1 Contributors
            • 35.1 Cover
            • 35.1 Table of Contents
            • Archaeology and Forensic Death Investigations
            • Bad to the Bone? Historical Archaeologists in the Practice of Forensic Science
            • Breaking Bread with the Dead
            • Firearms Identification in Support of Identifying a Mass Execution at El Mozote, El Salvador
            • Looking for a Needle in a Haystack: Developing Closer Relationships Between Law Enforcement Specialists and Archaeology
            • Paridigms and Perpertrators
            • Remote Sensing Applications in Forensic Investigations
          • 35.2
            • 35-2-Table of Contents
            • 35.2 Reviews
            • Attaining the Full Potential of Historical Archaeology
            • Comments on "Historical Archaeology Adrift"
            • Comments on "Historical Archaeology Adrift? A Forum
            • Commodity Flow and National Market Access: A Case Study from Interior Alaska
            • Correlates of Contact: Epidemic Disease in Archaeological Context
            • Historical Archaeology Adrift? A Forum
            • Historical Archaeology Adrift?: Comments from CRM/West
            • Historical Archaeology, with Sails Set and Tacking into the Wind
          • 35.4
            • 35.4 Carol V. Ruppe Distinguished Service Award: Norman F. Barka
            • 35.4 JC Harrington Award 2001: Roberta S. Greenwood
            • 35.4 Reviews
            • 35.4 Table of Contents and Cover
            • A Conversation with Edward B. Jelks
            • Delaware Archaeology and the Revolutionary Eighteenth Century
            • French Beads in France and Northeastern North America During Sixteenth Century
            • Linking Artifact Assemblages to Household Cycles, An Example from the Gibbs Site
            • Society for Historical Archaeology Style Guide
            • The Archaeology of Military Politics: The Case Study of Castle Clinton
          • 35.4
            • "By Virtue of Reason and Nature": Competition and Economic Strategy in the Needletrades at New York’s Five Points, 1855-1880
            • "Material Culture" : Conservation and Analysis of Textiles Recovered from Five Points
            • "Suckers, Soap-Locks, Irishman and Plug-Uglies": Block 160, Municipal Politics and Local Control
            • 35.3 Contributors
            • 35.3 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Afterword: Becoming New York: The Five Points Neighborhood
            • Becoming New York: The Five Points Neighborhood
            • From Tanning to Tea: The Evolution of a Neighborhood
            • Good for What Ails You: Medicinal Uses at Five Points
            • Negotiating Patriotism at the Five Points: Clay Tobacco Pipes and Patriotic Imagery among Trade Unionists and Nativists in a Nineteenth-Century New York Neighborhood
          • Volume 35, Number 1
          • Volume 35, Number 2
          • Volume 35, Number 3
          • Volume 35, Number 4
        • Vol 36 (2002)
          • 36.1
            • 36.1 Contributors
            • 36.1 Preface
            • 36.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Archaeobotany at Old Mobile
            • Chinese Porcelain at Old Mobile
            • Compositional Analysis of Glazed Earthenwares from Eighteenth-Century Sites on the Northern Gulf Coast
            • Continuity and Change in Apalachee Pottery Manufacture
            • Discussion: Towards an Archaeology of the French in America
            • Earthfast (Pieux en Terre) Structures at Old Mobile
            • Faience Styles in French ‘Colonial North America: A Revised Classification
          • 36.2
            • 36.2 Reviews
            • 36.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Artifacts of Empire: The Tale of a Gun
            • Becoming American: The Archaeology of an Italian Immigrant
            • China or Prosser Button Identification and Dating
            • Curiosities and Conundrums: Deciphering Social Relations and the Material World at the Ben Schroeder Saddletree Factory and Residence in Madison, Indiana
            • Detecting Economic: Variability in the Red River Settlement
            • Recycling Bottles as Building Materials in the Pacific Islands
            • Social Differentiation and Exchange among the Kumeyaay Indians during the Historic Period in California
          • 36.3
            • 36.3 Contributors
            • 36.3 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Commentary: Interpreting Variability and Change in Western Work Camps
            • Health, Sanitation, and Diet in a Twentieth-Century Dam Construction Camp: A View from Butt Valley, California
            • Industrial and Domestic Landscape of a California Oil Field
            • Nothing But Tar Paper Shacks
            • Russian Exploration of Aleuts and Fur Seals: The Archaeology of Eighteenth- and Early-Nineteenth-Century Settlements in the Pribilof Islands, Alaska
            • Struggling with Class Relations at a Los Angeles Aqueduct Construction Camp
            • The Changing Face of Work in the West: Some Introductory Comments
            • The Unromantic West: Labor, Capital, and Struggle
          • 36.4
            • 36.4 J.C. Harrington Award 2002: Charles E. Cleland
            • 36.4 John L. Cotter Award 2001: Audrey J. Horning
            • 36.4 Reviews
            • 36.4 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Boss of the Road: Early-Twentieth-Century Consumer Selections of Work Clothing from Labama Gates Work Camp, Owens Valley, California
            • Cultural Coherency and Resistance in Historic-Period Northwest-Coast Mortuary Practices at Kimsquit
            • Machine Cut Nails and Wire Nails: American Production and Use for Dating 19-Century and Early-20th-Century Sites
            • Myth, Migration, and Material Culture: Archaeology and the Ulster Influence on Appalachia
            • Preservation of Waterlogged Wooden Buttons and Threads: A Case Study
            • The Development of Historical Archaeology in Israel: An Overview and Prospects
          • Volume 36, Number 1
          • Volume 36, Number 2
          • Volume 36, Number 3
          • Volume 36, Number 4
        • Vol 37 (2003)
          • 37.1
            • "In-Sites", Historical Archaeology in Australasia: Some Comparison with the American Colonial Experience
            • "The Absence of Ghosts" : Landscape and Identity in the Archaeology of Australia’s Settler Culture
            • (Re) Constructing a Lost Community:
            • 37.1 Contributors
            • 37.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Annales-Informed Approaches to the Archaeology of Colonial Australia
            • Exporting Culture: Archaeology and the Nineteenth-Century British Empire
            • Historical Archaeology in the Antiipodes
            • Problem Orientation in Australian Historical Archaeology
            • Revisiting the Worldview: The Archaeology of Convict Households in Sydney’s Rocks Neighborhood
          • 37.2
            • 37.2 John L. Cotter Award: Elizabeth J. Kellar
            • 37.2 Reviews
            • 37.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • A Conversation with Kathleen Kirk Gilmore
            • Clay Faces in an Abolitionist Church: The Wesleyan Methodist Church in Syracuse, New York
            • Dating Historical Sites: The Importance of Understanding Time Lag in the Acquisition, Curation, Use, and Disposal of Artifacts
            • The Ties That Bind: Economic and Social Interaction in Early-Colonial New Mexico, A.D. 1598-1680
            • To Feed a Tree in Zion: Osteological Analysis of the 1857 Mountain Meadows Massacre
          • 37.3
            • 37.3 Contributors
            • 37.3 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Confederate Fortification and Troop Deployment in a Mountain Landscape: Fort Edward Johnson and Camp Shenandoah, April 1862
            • Conflict and the Interpretation of Palmares, a Brazilian Runaway Polity
            • European Military Sites as Ideological Landscapes
            • GPS, GIS and the Civil War Battlefield Landscape: A South Carolina Low Country Example
            • Heyward Shepherd: The Faithful Slave Memorial
            • Integrating Segregated Urban Landscapes of the Late-Nineteenth and Early-Twentieth Centuries
            • Introduction: Archaeology, Memory, and Landscapes of Conflict
            • Oral Tradition and Archaeology: Conflict and Concordance Examples from Two Indian War Sites
          • 37.4
            • 37.4 Reviews
            • 37.4 Table of Contents and Front Matter
            • An Encounter in the Baroque Age: French and Amerindians in North America
            • Class and Gender in Nineteenth-Century Rural Michigan: The Merriman-Sharp Hillside Farm
            • Colonial Origins and Colonial Transformations in Spanish America
            • Colonial Origins: The Archaeology of Colonialism in the Americas
            • Map and Database Construction for an Historic Cemetery: Methods and Applications
            • Perspectives on the Early-Nineteenth-Century Frontier Occupations of the Missouri Ozarks
            • Russian Colonization: The Implications of Mercantile Colonial Practices in the North Pacific
            • Spanish Botijas or Olive Jars from the Santo Domingo Monastery, La Antigua Guatemala
          • Volume 37, Number 1
          • Volume 37, Number 2
          • Volume 37, Number 3
          • Volume 37, Number 4
        • Vol 38 (2004)
          • 38.1
            • 38.1 Contributors
            • 38.1 Table of Contents/Cover
            • African Diaspora Archaeologies: Present Insights and Expanding Discourses
            • Archaeology of the African Diaspora in Latin America
            • Considering the Future of African American Archaeology
            • Critical Race Theory and the Archaeology of the African Diaspora
            • Ethnographic Analogy, Archaeology, and the African Diaspora: Perspectives from a Tenant Community
            • Making History in Banda: Reflections on the Construction of Africa’s Past
            • Race, the National Register, and Cultural Resource Management: Creating an Historic Context for Postbellum Sites
            • Resistance and Compliance: CRM and the Archaeology of the African Diaspora
          • 38.2
            • 38.2 J.C. Harrington Award 2003: Merrick Posnansky
            • 38.2 John L. Cotter Award 2003: Timothy Scarlett
            • 38.2 Memorial: George Irving Quimby, 1913-2003
            • 38.2 Memorial: James Fanto Deetz, 1930-2000
            • 38.2 Reviews
            • 38.2.Table of Contents/Cover
            • A Seventeenth-Century Colonial Cottage Industry: New Evidence and a Dating Formula for Colono Tobacco Pipes in the Chesapeake
            • An East Indian Laborers’ Household in Nineteenth-Century Jamaica: A Case for Understanding Cultural Diversity through Space, Chronology, and Material Analysis
            • Moved Buildings: A Hidden Factor in the Archaeology of the Built Environment
            • Rituals Captured in Context and Time: Charm Use in North Dallas Freedman’s Town (1869-1907), Dallas, Texas
          • 38.3
            • 38.3 Appendix: Presidios of Northern New Spain
            • 38.3 Table of Contents/Cover
            • A Clash of Two Cultures: Presidio La Bahia on the Texas Coast as a Deterrent to French Incursion
            • El Presidio de San Francisco: At the Edge of Empire
            • Introduction: Presidios of the North American Spanish Borderlands
            • La Ciudad de San Agustin: A European Fighting Presidio in Eighteenth-Century La Florida
            • Presidio Los Adaes: Spanish, French, and Caddoan Interaction on the Northern Frontier
            • Presidio Santa Mar a De Galve (1698-1719): A Frontier Garrison in Spanish West Florida
            • San Diego Presidio: A Vanished Military Community of Upper California
            • The Archaeology of Presidio San Saba: A Preliminary Report
          • 38.4
            • 38.4 Carol V. Ruppe Distinguished Service Award: Roderick Sprague
            • 38.4 Errata
            • 38.4 J. C. Harrington Medal 2004: Kathleen A. Deagan
            • 38.4 John L. Cotter Award 2004: Annalies Corbin
            • 38.4 Reviews
            • 38.4 Table of Contents and Cover
            • E.C. Waters and Development of a Turn-of-the-Century Tourist Economy in Yellowstone National Park
            • Editorial:
            • Household Succession as a Catalyst of Landscape Change
            • Labors Heritage: Remembering the American Industrial Landscape
          • Volume 38, Number 1
          • Volume 38, Number 2
          • Volume 38, Number 3
          • Volume 38, Number 4
      • 2005
        • 39.2
          • 39.2 Reviews
          • 39.2 Table of Contents
          • Back to the Bowl: Using English Tobacco Pipebowls to Calculate Mean Site-Occupation Dates
          • Eighteenth-Century Redware Folk Terms and Vessel Forms: A Survey of Utilitarian Wares from Southeastern Pennsylvania
          • Excavating the Dugout House of Norwegian Immigrant Anna Byberg Christopherson Goulson, Swift County, Minnesota
          • Health and Disease in Nineteenth-Century San Francisco: Skeletal Evidence from a Forgotten Cemetery
          • Regulars and ‘Irregulars": British and Provincial Variability among Eighteenth- Century Military Frontiers
          • Social Flux at the Naval Establishment at Penetanguishene, Lake Huron, 1817-1834
        • 39.2
          • 39.1 Table of Contents
          • Archaeologists in the Brothel: "Sin City", Historical Archaeology and Prostitution
          • Archaeology in Sin City
          • Babies in the Privy: Prostitution, Infanticide, and Abortion in New York City’s Five Points District
          • Brothels and Saloons: An Archaeology of Gender in the American West
          • City of Angels, City of Sine: Archaeology in the Los Angeles Red-Light District ca. 1900
          • Comments on
          • Illicit Congress in the Nation’s Capital: The History of Mary Ann Hall’s Brothel
          • Mary Ann Hall’s House
          • Public Image and Private Reality: An Analysis of Differentiation in a Nineteenth-Century St. Paul Bordello
        • 39.3
          • 39.3 Table of Contents
          • Creating and Domesticating Hungary’s Social Industrial Landscape: From Dunapentele to Sztalinvaros, 1950-1958
          • Early Pastoral Landscapes and Culture Contact in Central Australia
          • Landscapes of Resistance: A View of Nineteenth-Century Chesapeake Bay Oyster Fishery
          • Mining Landscapes and Colonial Rule in Early-Twentieth-Century Cyprus
          • Perspectives on Landscapes of Industrial Labor
          • The Dynamite Factory: An Industrial Landscape in Late-Nineteenth-Century South Africa
          • The Landscape of Inupiat Eskimo Labor
          • The Landscape of Van Winkle’s Mill: Identity, Myth, and Modernity in the Ozark Upland South
          • The Material Culture of an Industrial Artifact: Interpreting Control, Defiance, and Everyday Resistance at the New South Wales Eveleigh Railway Workshops
        • 39.4
          • 39-4-Erratum
          • 39.4 J.C. Harrington Award 2005: Marcel Moussette
          • 39.4 Memorial: Carol Varley Ruppe, 1923-2003
          • 39.4 Reviews
          • 39.4 Table of Contents
          • Faith and Practice at an Early-Eighteenth-Century Wampanoag Burial Ground: The Waldo Farm Site in Dartmouth, Massachusetts
          • Fashionable and Work Shoes from a Nineteenth-Century Boston Privy
          • Material Expressions of Social Inequality on a Porfirian Sugar Hacienda in Yucatan, Mexico
          • Perspective and Surveillance in Eighteenth-Century Maryland Gardens, Including William Paca’s Garden on Wye Island
          • Public Dialectics: Marxist Reflection in Archaeology
        • Volume 39, Number 1
        • Volume 39, Number 2
        • Volume 39, Number 3
        • Volume 39, Number 4
    • Journals 2007-2014
      • Vol 40 (2006)
        • 40.1
          • 40.1 Table of Contents and Cover
          • A Feminist Theoretical Approach to the Historical Archaeology of Utopian Communities
          • Archaeological Identification of an Idiosyncratic Lifestyle: Excavation and Analysis of the Theosophical Scoiety Dump, San Diego, California
          • Between Vision and Practice: Archaeological Perspectives on the Llano del Rio Cooperative
          • Doukhobor Identity and Communalism at Kirilovka Village Site
          • Envisioning Utopia: Transcendentalist and Fourierist Landscapes at Brook Farm, West Roxbury, Massachusetts
          • Representing Utopia: The Case of Cyrus Teed’s Koreshan Unity Settlement
          • Social Status and Landscape in a Nineteenth-Century Planned Industrial Alternative Community: Archaeology and Geography of Feltville, New Jersey
          • The Interpretive Potential of Utopian Settlements
          • The Quaker Burying Ground in Alexandria, Virginia: A Study of Burial Practices of the Religious Society of Friends
        • 40.2
          • 40.2 Reviews
          • 40.2 Table of Contents and Cover
          • Churches as Catholic Burial Places: Excavations at the San Francisco Church, Venezuela
          • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
          • John L. Cotter Award in Historical Archaeology
          • Metal Tools and the Transformation of an Oceanic Exchange System
          • Symbolic Violence and Landscape Pedagogy: An Illustration from the Irish Countryside
          • The Color Purple: Dating Solarized Amethyst Container Glass
        • 40.3
          • 40.3 Table of Contents and Cover
          • Forensic Technology and the Historical Archaeologist
          • Genetic Archaeology: The Recovery and Interpretation of Nuclear DNA from a Nineteenth-Century Hypodermic Syringe
          • Ground-Penetrating Radar Techniques to Discover and Map Historic Graves
          • Sampling Skeletal Remains for Ancient DNA (aDNA): A Measure of Success
          • Search for the Grave of William Preston Longley, Hanged Texas Gunfighter
          • Skeletal Remains from the Confederate Naval Sailor and Marines’ Cemetery, Charleston, SC
          • Survival of Biological Evidence on Artifacts: Applying Forensic Techniques at the Boston Saloon, Virginia City, Nevada
          • The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Bioarchaeology and the Modern Gun Culture Debate
          • The Man in the Iron Coffin: An Interdisciplinary Effort to Name the Past
        • 40.4
          • 40.4 Table of Contents and Cover
          • Bush Hill: Material Life at a Working Plantation
          • Ethnoarchaeology of Subsistence Behaviors within a Rural African American Community: Implications for Interpreting Vertebrate Faunal Data from Slave Quarters Areas of Antebellum Plantation Sites
          • Feast or Famine? Seventeenth-Century English Colonial Diet at Ferryland, Newfoundland
          • Geophysical Exploration for Buried Buildings
          • Indian and European Contact: The Mid-Atlantic Region
          • Pigs in Charleston, South Carolina: Using Specimen Counts to Consider Status
          • The Abandoned Ships Project: An Overview of the Archaeology of Deliberate Watercraft Discard in Australia
        • Volume 40, Number 1
        • Volume 40, Number 2
        • Volume 40, Number 3
        • Volume 40, Number 4
      • Vol 41 (2007)
        • 41.1
          • (no title)
          • 41.1 Cover
          • Between Art and Artifact: Approaches to Visual Representations in Historical Archaeology
          • Corporeal Concerns: Eighteenth-Century Casta Paintings and Colonial Bodies in Spanish Texas
          • Fixing Farms: Pondering Farm Scenes from the Vanity Press
          • Images of the Holy Land: The David Roberts Paintings as Artifacts of 1830s Palestine
          • Imaging the Scottish Highlands
          • Mapped Landscapes: The Politics of Metaphor, Knowledge, and Representation on Nineteenth-Century Irish Ordnance Survey Maps
          • Still Life with Tobacco: The Archaeological Uses of Dutch Art
          • The Archaeological Gaze: Surveying the Landscape of Social Power in Portraiture in Colonial New England
        • 41.2
          • 41.2 Cover
          • 41.2 Reviews
          • 41.2 Table of Contents
          • A Test Case of Transdisciplinary Research Theory and Practice: Adena, the Home of Thomas Worthington
          • Blacksmithing Dictionary
          • Crossing the Great Divide
          • Forum: What Are We Really Learning through Publicly Funded Historical Archaeology ( and Is It Worth the Considerable Expense
          • Historians and Archaeologist: An English Perspective
          • Interdisciplinary Approaches in CRM: Archaeology, History, and Geography
          • J.C. Harrington Award 2007: William M. Kelso
        • 41.3
          • 41.3 Table of Contents and Cover
          • A Preliminary Analysis of Historic Shipwrecks in Northern Ireland
          • Archaeology of the Strangford Lough Kelp Industry in the Eighteenth- and Early-Nineteenth Centuries
          • Bantry Bay, County Cork, a Fortified Maritime Landscape
          • Guns, Harpoons, Lances, Casks and every [necessary] article: An account of the History and Archaeology of an Eighteenth-Century Shore-Based Whaling and Basking Shark Fishery in Donegal Bay
          • Investigations of Taymouth Castle, a Nineteenth-Century Composite Ship Lost off the Coast of Northern Ireland
          • Maritime Archaeology in Ireland
          • On the Banks of the Bann: The Riverine Economy of an Ulster Plantation Village
          • The Assimilation of Marine Geophysical Data into the Maritime Sites and Monuments Record, Northern Ireland
          • The French Shipwreck La Surveillante, Lost in Bantry Bay, Ireland, in 1797
        • Volume 41, Number 1
        • Volume 41, Number 2
        • Volume 41, Number 3
        • Volume 41, Number 4
      • Vol 42 (2008)
        • 42.1
          • 42.1 Cover
          • 42.1 Table of Contents
          • Aristocracies of Labor: Craft Unionism, Immigration, and Working-Class Households in West Oakland, California
          • Cats Here, Cats There, Cats and Kittens Everywhere:An Urban Extermination of Cats in Nineteenth-Century Cincinnati
          • Economic Stability and Social Identity: Historic Preservation in Old North St. Louis
          • Epilogue: An Historical Anthropology of American Cities
          • Living in Cities Today
          • Marketing in a Multicultural Neighborhood:An Archaeology of Corner Stores in the Urban Midwest
          • Plats and Place: The Transformation of 19th Century Speculation Townsites on the Sacramento River
          • Revisiting Living in Cities
        • 42.2
          • 42.2 Cover
          • 42.2 Review
          • 42.2 Table of Contents
          • Archaeology at the Parvin Homestead: Searching for the Material Legacy of the Underground Railroad
          • Disparate Diasporas and Vindicationist Archaeologies: Some Comments on Excavating America’s Metaphor
          • Excavating African American Heritage: Towards a More Nuanced Understanding of the African Diaspora
          • Excavating America’s Metaphor: Race, Diaspora, and Vindicationist Archaeologies
          • Excavating the Present, Vindicating the Dead
          • Forty Years of Historical Archaeology, 1967-2007
          • In Search of Unique Iberian Ship Design Concepts
        • 42.3
          • 42.3 Table of Contents
          • Archaeology and Architecture of the Overseas Chinese: A Bibliography
          • Between the Household and the World System:Social Collectivity and Community Agency inOverseas Chinese Archaeology
          • Chinese Masculinities and Material Culture
          • Gathering Insights on Isolation
          • Late-Nineteenth-Century Chinese Farm Workers in the California Mother Lode
          • On Tracking Hua Kiu: A Chinese American Historian’s View
          • Organizational Resources, in the Archaeology of Overseas Chinese, Chinese Immigrants,and Chinese Americans
          • Overseas Chinese Archaeology: Historical Foundations, Current Reflections, and New Directions
          • Roots Entwined: Archaeology of an Urban Chinese American Cemetery
        • 42.4
          • 42.4 Cover
          • 42.4 Reviews
          • 42.4 Table of Contents
          • A Pledge of Peace: Evidence of the Cochise-Howard Treaty Campsite
          • Degrees of Alienation: The Material Evidence of the Irish and Irish American Experience, 1850-1910
          • Dietary Variability among a Sample of United States Soldiers during the War of 1812
          • Foodways, Economic Status, and the Antebellum Upland South in Central Kentucky
          • Looking South: Historical Archaeology in South America
          • Seventeenth-Century Metal Production at San Marcos Pueblo, North-Central New Mexico
          • The Market for Meat in Colonial Cuenca: A Seventeenth-Century Urban Faunal Assemblage from the Southern Highlands of Ecuador
        • Volume 42, Number 1
        • Volume 42, Number 2
        • Volume 42, Number 3
        • Volume 42, Number 4
      • vol 43 (2009)
        • 43.1
          • "Carry Me to Yon Kirk Yard" – An Investigation of Changing Burial Practices in the Seventeenth- Century Cemetery at St. Mary’s City, Maryland
          • "Resolved to Strike Out a new Path" – Consumerism and Iconographic Change in New Jersey Gravestones, 1680-1820
          • "They Even Threaten the Sick That They Will Not Be Buried in the Churchyard" – Salvage Archaeology of the Raritan-in-the-Hills Cemetery, Somerset County, New Jersey
          • Archaeology and Ethnohistory on the Spanish Colonial Periphery: Excavations at the Templo Colonial in Nicoya, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
          • Historical Archaeology, of Religious Sites, and Cemeteries
          • Mortality Symbols in Action: Protestant and Catholic Memorials in Early-Eighteenth-Century West Ulster
          • Sacred Landscapes: Material Evidence of Ideological and Ethnic Choice in Long Island, New York, Gravestones, 1680-1800
          • Tea in God’s Light: An Analysis of Artifacts from the Friends Meetinghouse Site, Burlington, New Jersey
          • The John Street Methodist Church: An archaeological Excavation with Native American Cooperation
          • Upon This Rock: Salvage Archaeology at the Early-Eighteenth-Century Holmdel Baptist Church
        • 43.2
          • 43.2 Reviews
          • 43.2 Table of Contents
          • Alcohol, Tobacco, and Excessive Animal Protien: The Question of an Adequate Diet in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake
          • An Interview with Roderick Sprague
          • Bricks and Mortar: A Method for Identifying Construction Phases in Multistage Structures
          • Farm and Factory: Agricultural Production Strategies and the Cheese and Butter Industry
          • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
          • John L. Cotter Award in Historical Archaeology
          • Memorial for Norman Barka
          • Rim Codes: A Pacific Coast Dating System for Milk Bottles
        • 43.3
          • 43.3 Table of Contents
          • A Changed Landscape: Horticulture and Gardening in the Adelaide Hills Face Zone, South Australia, 1836-1890
          • Children in Paradise: Growing Up on the Australian Goldfields
          • Current Research in Australia and New Zealand
          • Current Research in Australia and New Zealand: An Overview
          • From Stain to Saint: Ancestry, Archaology, and Agendas in Tasmania’s Convict Heritage–A View from Port Arthur
          • Imagining the Moravian Mission: Space and Surveillance at the Former Ebenezer Mission, Victoria, Southeastern Australia
          • Lake Innes: Identifying Socioeconomic Status in the Archaeological Record
          • Shipwreck Cargoes: Approaches to Material Culture in Australian Maritime Archaeology
          • The Idealology of Domesticity and the Working-Class Women and Children of Port Adelaide, 1840-1890
        • 43.4
          • 43.3 Reviews
          • 43.4 Table of Contents
          • A Historic Dugout from the Apalachicola River, Florida
          • Archaeological Ethics and Capitalism: From Ethics to Politics
          • Archaeology as Political Action
          • Chinookan Survival and Persistence on the Lower Columbia: The View from the Kathlamet Village
          • Conflict and Commerce: Maritime Archaeological Site Distribution as Cultural Change on the Roanoke River, North Carolina
          • Dreams of the Americas: Overview of the New France Archaeology
          • French Colonial Pottery: An International Conference
          • Guide to Documentary Sources for Andean Studies, 1530-1900
        • Volume 43, Number 1
        • Volume 43, Number 2
        • Volume 43, Number 3
        • Volume 43, Number 4
      • vol 44 (2010)
        • 44.1
          • 44.1 Cover
          • 44.1 Table of Contents
          • Agriculture and Regionalism at New Philadelphia
          • An Engaged Archaeology for Our Mutual Benefit: The Case of New Philadelphia
          • Conditions of Subject and Object
          • Courtly, Careful, Thrifty: Subsistence and Regional Origin at New Philadelphia
          • Damaging Detours: Routes, Racism, and New Philadelphia
          • Education and Gender in New Philadelphia
          • Geophysical Detection of Features and Community Plan at New Philadelphia, Illinois
          • Identity and Collective Action in a Multiracial Community
        • 44.2
          • An Interview with Stanley A. South
          • Butchers and Shamans: Zooarchaeology at a Central Mexican Hacienda
          • Incumbents and Challengers: Indigenous Politics and the Adoption of Spanish Material Culture in Colonial Xaltocan, Mexico
          • Industry, Entrepreneurship, and Patronage: Lewis Wernwag and the Developments of Virginius Island
          • Outfitting the Paper Wreck
          • Reading the Rings: Decoding Iconographic
          • Rethinking Mission Land Use and the Archaeological Record in California: An Example from Santa Clara
          • The Fighting Irish: Historical Archaeology of Nineteenth-Century Catholic Immigrant Experiences in South Bend, Indiana
        • 44.3
          • 44.3 Cover
          • 44.3 Table of Contents
          • Alta California Missions and the Pre-1849 Transformation of Coastal Lands
          • Caribou to Cod: Moravian Missionary Influence on Inuit Subsistence Strategies
          • Environmental and Economic Archaeologies of Missions, Colonies, and Plantations
          • Environmental Archaeology and Landscape Transformation at the Seventeenth-Century Ferryland Site, Newfoundland
          • Fueling the Fire: Examining Caribbean Colonial Relations Between Humans and the Environment
          • Labor and Agricultural Production at Sylvester Manor Plantation, Shelter Island, New York
          • New and Forgotten Paradigms: The Environment and Economics in Historical Archaeology
          • New World with a New Sky: Climatic Variability, Environmental Expectations, and the Historical Period Colonization of Eastern North America
        • 44.4
          • 44.4 Table of Contents
          • Elixir of Emigration: Soda Water and the Making of Irish Americans in Nineteenth Century New York City
          • Feminist Theoretical Perspectives on the Archaeology of Poverty: Gendering Institutional Lifeways in the Northeastern United States from the Eighteenth Century through the Nineteenth Century
          • Historical Dendroarchaeology in the El Malpais Area: Lessons from the Savage Homestead
          • Memorial Kathleen Kirk Gilmore, 1914-2010
          • The Archaeology of a Pioneer Family Cemetery in Western Oregon, 1854-1879
          • The Complexities of Consumption: Eastern Pequot Cultural Economics in Eighteenth-Century New England
        • Volume 44, Number 1
        • Volume 44, Number 2
        • Volume 44, Number 3
        • Volume 44, Number 4
      • vol 45 (2011)
        • 45.1
          • 45.1 Cover
          • 45.1 Preface
          • 45.1 Table of Contents
          • An Historical Perspective of Civic Engagement and Interpreting Cultural Diversity in Arrow Rock, Missouri
          • Archaeologies of Race and Urban Poverty: The Politics of Slumming, Engagement, and the Color Line
          • Archaeology, Intangible Heritage, and the Negotiation of Urban Identity in Lancaster, Pennsylvania
          • Civic Engagements in Museum Anthropology: A Prolegomenon for the Denver Museum of Nature and Science
          • Collaborative Archaeology and Strategic Essentialism: Native Empowerment in Tidewater Virginia
          • Cultural Resource Management Archaeology and Heritage Values
          • Displaced and Barely Visible: Archaeology and the Material Culture of Homelessness
        • 45.2
          • 45.2 Reviews
          • 45.2 Table of Contents
          • A Conversation with Charles E. Cleland
          • All of Cross -African Potters, Marks, and Meanings in the Folk Pottery of the Edgefield District, South Carolina
          • Carol V Ruppe Distinguished Service Award
          • Cosmograms, Crosses, and Xs – Context and Inference
          • Crosses to Bear- Searching for Symbolism and Meaning in Edgefield Pottery
          • Crosses, Secrets, and Lies- A Response to J.W. Joseph’s "All of Cross- African Potters , Marks, and Meanings in the Folk Pottery of the Edgefield District, South Carolina"
          • Factors Influencing the Dining Habits of Japanese and Chinese Migrants at a British Columbia Salmon Cannery
          • Florida Archaeology Confronts the Recent Past- Four Case Studies from Tampa
        • 45.3
          • 45.3 Cover
          • 45.3 Table of Contents
          • Beneath the Surface of Tenement Life: The Dialectics of Race and Poverty during America’s First Gilded Age
          • Commentary: How Feminist Theory Increases Our Understanding of the Archaeology of Poverty
          • Consuming Lines of Difference: The Politics of Wealth and Poverty along the Color Line
          • From Goats to Gardens: Feeding Southern Colorado’s Working-Class Poor
          • Impoverishment, Criminalization, and the Culture of Poverty
          • Incorrigible Vagabonds and Suspicious Spaces in Nineteenth-Century New Orleans
          • Land Rich and Cash Poor: The Materiality of Poverty in Appalachia
          • Lonely Islands: Culture, Community, and Poverty in Archaeological Perspective
        • 45.4
          • Death and the Dissenter: Group Identity and Stylistic Simplicity as Witnessed in Nineteenth-Century Nonconformist Gravestones
          • Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Brick-Lined Graves: Their Construction and Chronology
          • Geological Survey of Historical Cemeteries, Jamestown, Rhode Island, 1693-1900
          • Native Responses to European Intrusion: Cultural Persistence and Agency among Mission Neophytes in Spanish Colonial Northern California
          • Rich Man, Poor Man, Pioneer, Thief: Rethinking Earthfast Architecture in New Jersey
          • The Archaeology of Mental Illness from the Afflicted and Caretaker Perspective: A Northern California Family’s Odyssey
          • The Parsonage of the Reverend Willoughby Bean: Church, State, and Frontier Settlement in Nineteenth-Century Colonial Australia
          • 45.4 Table of Contents
        • Volume 45, Number 1
        • Volume 45, Number 2
        • Volume 45, Number 3
        • Volume 45, Number 4
      • vol 46 (2012)
        • 46.1
          • "Minorcan Ethnogenesis and Foodways in Britains Smyrna Settlement, Florida, 1766-1777
          • 46.1 Cover
          • 46.1 Preface
          • 46.1 Table of Contents
          • A Case of Multiple Identities in La Florida: A Statistical Approach to Nascent Cosmopolitanism
          • A Proposed Model to Investigate the Role of Education in the Success of Military Strategy in Florida during the Second Seminole War (1835-1842)
          • Chipco’s House and the Role of the Individual in Shaping Seminole Indian Cultural Responses to the Modern World
          • Cosmopolitan Meanings of Old Spanish Fields: Historical Archaeology of a Maroon Community in Southwest Florida
          • Creolization in Southwest Florida: Cuban Fishermen and Spanish Indians ca. 1766-1841
          • Deep Surfaces: Pottery Decoration and Identity in the Mission Period
        • 46.2
          • 46.2 Cover
          • 46.2 Table of Contents
          • Beyond Reasonable Doubt: A Case for Queen Annes Revenge
          • Buying Out to Buy In: Ceramic Consumption on the Home Front during the American Revolution in Rural Connecticut
          • Connecting African Diaspora and West African Historical Archaeologies
          • Daniel G. Roberts Award for Excellence in Public Historical Archaeology
          • Ethnicity, Masculinity, and Lineage: The Cultural Biography of a Colonial Massachusetts Parcel of Land
          • J. C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology: George L. Miller
          • John L. Cotter Award in Historical Archaeology: James Davidson
          • Status and Ceramics in Spanish Colonial Archaeology
        • 46.3
          • 46.3 Cover
          • 46.4 Table of Contents
          • Besieged Genoese: An Archaeological Glimpse of the Slave Trade in Late- Seventeenth-Century Panama
          • Body Marks, Pots, and Pipes: Some Correlations between African Scarifications and Pottery Decoration in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Brazil
          • Contours of Labor and History: A Diachronic Perspective on Andean Mineral Production and the Making of Landscapes in Porco, Bolivia
          • Crossing Borders and Maintaining Identities: Perspectives on Current Research in South American Historical Archaeology
          • Disarticulation of Aonikenk Hunter-Gatherer Lifeways during the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries: Two Case Studies from Argentinean Patagonia
          • Speaking in Spanish, Eating in English; Ideology and Meaning in Nineteenth-Century British Transfer Prints in Barcelona, Anzotegui State, Venezuela
          • The Dark Side of Toys in Nineteenth-Century Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
          • The Panama Viejo Archaeological Project: More than a Decade of Research and Management of Heritage Resources
        • 46.4
          • "Their Houses are Ancient and Ordinary": Archaeology and Connecticut’s Eighteenth- Century Domestic Architecture
          • 46.4 Cover
          • 46.4Table of Contents
          • A Conversation with Ronald L. Michael
          • Evaluating Spanish Colonial Alternative Economies in the Archaeological Record
          • Hard Labor and Hostile Encounters: What Human Remains Reveal about Institutional Violence and Chinese Immigrants Living in Carlin, Nevada (1885-1923)
          • Mapping the Complexities of Race on the Landscape of the Colonial Caribbean, United States Virgin Islands, 1770-1917
          • Marronage Perspective for Historical Archaeology in the United States
          • Pueblo Potsherds to Silver Spoons: A Case Study in Historical Archaeology from New Mexico
          • Roderick Sprague 1933Ð2012
        • Volume 46, Number 1
        • Volume 46, Number 2
        • Volume 46, Number 3
        • Volume 46, Number 4
      • vol 47 (2013)
        • 47.1
          • 47.1 Cover
          • 47.1 Table of Contents
          • Argentina and Great Britain: Studying an Asymmetrical Relationship through Domestic Material Culture
          • Colonialism and the Peel Island Lazaret: Changing the World One Story at a Time
          • Globalization, Immigration, and Transformation: Thoughts from a European Perspective
          • Great Zimbabwe in Historical Archaeology: Reconceptualizing Decline, Abandonment, and Reoccupation of an Ancient Polity, A.D. 1450Ð1900
          • Living Side by Side: Approaching Coexistence through Narrative
          • Maritime Archaeology and Sri Lanka: Globalization, Immigration, and Transformation in the Underwater Archaeological Record
          • Pieces of Many Puzzles: Network Approaches to Materiality in the Global Era
          • The World Is What It Is: The Role of Subjectivity and Personal Experience in Global Historical Archaeologies
        • 47.2
          • 47.2 Cover
          • 47.2 Full Text
          • 47.2 Reviews
          • 47.2 Table of Contents
          • A Hybrid Identity in a Pluralistic Nineteenth-Century Colonial Context
          • Digging through Twentieth -Century Rubbish at Hani, Ghana
          • Excavating the Quiet History of a Providence Plantation
          • Locating the Pre-Clearance Forest Border at Fort Necessity, Great Meadows, Pennsylvania, Using the Pollen Analysis
          • The Paradox of the Paniolo: An Archaeological Perspective of Hawaiian Ranching
          • Women and Class in Landlord Villages of the Tehran Plain, Iran
        • 47.3
          • 47.3 Cover
          • 47.3 Full Text
          • 47.3 Table of Contents
          • Beyond the Battle: New Narratives at Monocacy National Battlefield
          • Beyond the Battle: New Narratives at Monocacy National Battlefield
          • Camp nelson and Kentucky’s Civil War Memory
          • Changing the Past for the Present and the Future
          • Demystifying the Hidden Hand: Capital and the State at Blair Mountain
          • From Nuisance to Nostalgia: The Historical Archaeology of Nature Tourism in Southern California, 1890-1940
          • Lonely Men, Loose Women: Rethinking the Demographics of Multiethnic Mining Camp, Kanaka Flat, Oregon
        • 47.4
          • 47.4 Cover
          • 47.4 Reviews
          • 47.4 Table of Contents
          • A Taphonomic Evaluation of Three Intact Pork Barrels from the Steamboat Heronie (1838)
          • Application of Dendrochronology to Historical Charcoal-Production Sites in the Great Basin, United States
          • Archaeology and Religion at the Hyde Park Barracks Destitute Asylum, Sydney
          • Built for the Publick Worship of God, according to the Church of England": Anglican Landscapes and Colonialism in South Carolina
          • Comment on the Spude and Scott NAGPRA, and History
          • Comment on the Spude and Scott, NAGPRA, and History
          • Message in a Map: French Depictions of the 1730 Meskwaki Fort
        • Volume 47, Number 1
        • Volume 47, Number 2
        • Volume 47, Number 3
      • vol 48 (2014)
        • 48.1
          • 48.1 Table of Contents and Cover
          • And in Every Hamlet a Poet: Gaelic Oral Tradition and Postmedieval Archaeology in Scotland
          • Archaeology and Oral History in Northumberland
          • Conversations and Material Memories: Insights into Outback Household Practices at the Old Kinchega Homestead
          • From Knowing into Telling: A Dialogue in Five Parts
          • Jowel, Jowel and Listen Lad: Vernacular Song and the Industrial Archaeology of Coal Mining in Northern England
          • The Artifact as Interviewer: Experimenting with Oral History at the Ovenstone Miners Cottages Site, Northumberland
          • The Rhetoric of Things: Historical Archaeology and Oral History
          • Toward a Methodology for the Use of Oral Sources in Historical Archaeology
        • 48.2
          • 48.2 Reviews
          • 48.2 Carol V. Ruppe Distinguished Service Award
          • 48.2 Cover
          • 48.2 J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
          • 48.2 John L. Cotter Award in Historical Archaeology
          • 48.2 Table of Contents
          • Assessing Precision in Formula Dating
          • Daniel G. Roberts Award for Excellence in Public Historical Archaeology
          • Deconstructing the Myth of the Hand Charm: Mundane Clothing Fasteners and Their Curious Transformations into Supernatural Objects
          • Enacting Gender and Kinship around a Large Outdoor Fire Pit at the Seneca Iroquois Townley-Read Site, 1715-1754
        • 48.3
          • 48.3 Table of Contents and Cover
          • Artifacts to Invoke, Direct, and Deflect
          • Double Consciousness and the Intersections of Beliefs in an African American Home in Northern New Jersey
          • Embedded Implication of Cultural Worldviews in the Use and Pattern of Magical Material Culture
          • Empowered Objects: Material Expressions of Spiritual Beliefs in the Colonial Chesapeake Region
          • Four Spiritual Middens in Mid Suffolk. England, ca. 1650 to 1850
          • Introduction- Magic, Religion, and Ritual in Historical Archaeology
          • Irish Immigrant Healing Magic in Nineteenth-Century New York
          • Keeping a Crooked Sixpence: Coin Magic and Religion in the Colonial Chesapeake
          • The Concealment of Written Blessings in Pennsylvania Barns
        • 48.4
          • 48.4 Reviews
          • 48.4 Table of Contents
          • Compositional Characteristics of Jamestown "Tryal" Glass (Virginia, ca. 1608)
          • Frontier Arms Race: Historical and Archaeological Analysis of an Assemblage of Eighteenth-Century Cannon Recovered from the Detroit River and Lake Erie
          • Memorial – Daniel G. Roberts
          • Missionaries, Artisans, and Transatlantic Exchange: Production and Distribution of Moravian Pottery in Pennsylvania and the Danish (U.S.) Virgin Islands
          • Modeling Gender: A Carolina Perspective
          • Reassessing the Hallowes Site- Conflict and Settlement and the Seventeenth-Century Potomac Valley
        • Volume 48, Number 1
        • Volume 48, Number 2
        • Volume 48, Number 3
        • Volume 48, Number 4
      • Vol 49 (2015)
        • 49.1
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          • Alliance Strategies in the Racialized Railroad Economies of the American West
          • An Archaeological Strategy for Chinese Workers Camps in the West: Method and Case Study
          • Asian Coins Recovered from Chinese Railroad Labor Camps: Evidence of Cultural Practices and Transnational Exchange
          • Celestial Sojourners in the High Sierras: The Ethno-Archaeology of Chinese Railroad Workers (1865-1868)
          • Commentary on the Archaeology of Chinese Railroad Workers in North America: Where Do We Go from Here?
          • Exploring Health-Care Practices of Chinese Railroad Workers in North America
          • Forgotten Chinese Railroad Workers Remembered: Closing Commentary by an Historian
          • Fragments of the Past: Archaeology, History, and the Chinese Railroad Workers of North America
          • Inscribed in Stone: Historic Inscriptions and the Cultural Heritage of Railroad Workers
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