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  • Book Reviews
    • 2000
      • 34(2)
        • Colonial Period and Early 19th-Century ChildrenÕs Toy Marbles: History and Identifications for the Archaeologist and Collector
        • The Apalachee Indians and Mission San Luis
        • The Charcoal Industry in the Roberts Mountains, Eureka County, Nevada: Final Report of the Mitigation of Adverse Effects to Significant Cultural Properties from Atlas Precious MetalsÕ Gold Bar II Mine Project, Volumes 1 and 2
        • The Dunlap Farmstead
        • The Archaeology of an African-American Neighborhood in Mobile, Alabama
        • An Intensive Archaeological Survey of the James and Ellen G. White House Site, Battle Creek, Michigan
        • The Archaeology and Ethnohistory of Fort Ross, California Vol. 2, the Native Alaskan Neighborhood: a Multiethnic Community at Colony Ross
        • The Union Plaza Downtown El Paso Development Archaeological Project: Overview, Inventory and Recommendations
        • The Great Warpath: British Military Sites from Albany to Crown Point
        • When Horses Walked on Water: Horse-Powered Ferries in Nineteenth Century America
      • 34(4)
        • Preservation of What, for Whom? A Critical Look at Historical Significance
        • The French and Indian War in Pennsylvania, 1753-1763: Fortification and Struggle During the War for Empire
        • Archeological Investigations in Skagway, Volume 6: Residential Life on Block 39
        • TexasÕ Liberty Ships: From World War II Working-Class Heroes to Artificial Reefs
        • From Sail to Steam: Four Centuries of Texas Maritime History, 1500-1900
        • Wine Drinking in Oxford, 1640-1850: A Story Revealed by Tavern, Inn, College and Other Bottles
        • Sri Lanka Department of Archaeology Report on the Joint Sri Lana-Australia-Netherlands Galle Harbour Project 1996-1997
        • The Forgotten Soldiers: Historical and Archaeological Investigations of the Apache Scouts at Fort Huachuca, Arizona
        • Native Americans at Mission Santa Cruz, 1791-1834, Interpreting the Archaeological Record
        • Archaeology of Colonial Pensacola
      • Historical Archaeology: Back From the Edge
      • The Familiar Past? Archaeologies of Later Historical Britain
    • 2001
      • 35(2)
        • The La Salle Expedition to Texas: The Journal of Henri Joutel, 1684-1687
        • Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Domestic Site Archaeology in New York State
        • Archaeology at MobileÕs Exploreum: Discovering the Buried Past
        • Archaeology at the Whitley Site: An Early Historic Farmstead on the Prairies of Eastern Illinois
        • Building the Los Angeles Aqueduct: Archaeological Data Recovery at the Alabama Gates Construction Camp
        • Historic Shipwrecks: Discovered, Protected, and Investigated
        • The Material Culture of Steamboat Passengers: Archaeological Evidence from the Missouri River
        • Historical Archaeology in Wachovia: Excavating Eighteenth-Century Bethabara and Moravian Pottery
        • Retrieving MichiganÕs Buried Past: The Archaeology of the Great Lakes State
        • The Whiskey Trade of the Northwestern Plains: A Multidisciplinary Study
      • Tapping the Data-Rich Resources of Quebec City Archaeology
      • Historical Archaeologies of Capitalism
    • 2002
      • 36(2)
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      • 36(4)
        • After the Backcountry: Rural Life in the Great Valley of Virginia, 1800Ð1900
        • The Archaeology of Difference: Negotiating Cross-Cultural Engagements in Oceania
        • Iron and Steamship Archaeology: Success and Failure on the SS Xantho
        • Archaeology and the Social History of Ships
        • The Wreck of the Belle, the Ruin of La Salle
        • Indians of the Greater Southeast: Historical Archaeology and Ethnohistory
        • ÒUpon the PalisadoÓ and Other Stories of Place from Bruton Heights
      • “Upon the Palisado”
      • Death by Theory: A Tale of MysE ArchaelogicaE
    • 2003
      • 37(2)
        • Creating Freedom: Material Culture and African American Identity at Oakley Plantation, 1840-1950. De Cunzo, Lu Ann
        • Lucrecia’s Well: An Archaeological Glimpse of an African-American Midwifes’s Household. Agbe-Davies, Anna S.
        • Denver: An Archaeological History. Little, Barbara J.
        • A Guide to Artifacts of Colonial America. Kolb, Charles C.
        • Privies in Case of Siege: Expaditions 21 and 22 at the Fort Morgan Citadel. Babits, Lawrence E.
        • Ruin and Rivals: The Making of Southwest Archaeology. Shackel, Paul A.
        • Massacre at Fort William Henry. Babits, Lawrence E.
        • Plants from the Past. Pfeiffer, Michael A.
        • Cultural Resources Archaeology: An Introduction. Garow, Patrick H.
        • Island Lives: Historical Archaeologies of the Caribbean. Kelly, Kenneth G.
      • 37(4)
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        • The Desert Training Center/California-Arizona Maneuver Area 1942Ð1944: Historical and Archaeological Contexts.. Barna, Carl
        • The Archaeology of Urban Landscapes: Explorations in Slumland.. Schofield, John
        • Quiet Places: The Burial Sites of Civil War Generals in Tennessee.. Howard, Joshua B.
        • AnotherÕs Country: Archaeological and Historical Perspectives on Cultural Interactions in the Southern Colonies.. Perttula, Timothy K.
        • John DwightÕs Fulham Pottery: Excavation 1971Ð1979.. Liebeknecht, William
        • Scientific Analysis of Archaeological Ceramics: A Handbook of Resources.. Lebo, Susan A.
        • Made of Alabama Clay: Historic Potteries on Mobile Bay.. Brandon, Jamie C.
      • Digital Archives from Excavation Fieldwork
      • Living on the South Carolina Backcountry
    • 2004
      • 38(2)
        • Drawing on the Past: An ArchaeologistÕs Sketchbook. Leroy-Toren, Sara H.
        • Gifts from the Celestial Kingdom: A Shipwrecked Cargo for Gold Rush California. Smith, Sheli O.
        • Confi nement and Ethnicity: An Overview of World War II Japanese American Relocation Sites. Zimmer, Jessica
        • Archaeology of Southern Urban Landscapes. Polk, Michael R.
        • Maritime Archaeology in Australia: A Reader. Woodward, Robyn
        • Integrated Marine Investigations on the Historic Shipwreck La Surveillante: A French Frigate Lost in Bantry Bay, Ireland, January 1797. Staniforth, Mark
        • Round Ball to Rimfire: A History of Civil War Small Arms AmmunitionÑPart One.. Shackel, Paul A.
        • An Archaeology of History and Tradition: Moments of Danger in the Annapolis Landscape. Shackel, Paul A.
        • Unearthing Gotham: The Archaeology of New York City. Roberts, Daniel G.
        • Reconstructing Fort Union. Pfeiffer, Michael A.
      • 38(4)
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        • The Recovery of Meaning.. Trunzo, Jennifer M.
        • Digging New JerseyÕs Past: Historical Archaeology in the Garden State.. Stone, Garry W.
        • Telling the Santa Clara Story: Sesquicentennial Voices.. Sterner, Matthew
        • Excavations on St PatrickÕs Isle Peel, Isleof Man, 1982Ð88: Prehistoric, Viking, Medieval and Later, Centre of Manx Studies Monographs, No. 2.. Smith, Angele
        • Archaeological Conservation Using Polymers. Practical Applications for Organic Artifact Stabilization, Texas A&M University Anthropology Series, No. 6.. Singley, Katherine
        • Pioneer in Space and Time: John Mann Goggin and the Development of Florida Archaeology.. Rolland, Vicki L.
        • Ceramics in America.. Rodgers, Bradley A.
        • Riches to Rust: A Guide to Mining in the Old West.. Pfeiffer, Michael A.
        • Archaeological Perspectives on the American Civil War.. Penner, Bruce R.
      • Essays in Philosophy
      • Site du Palais de l’intendant, chantier Ecole de l’an 2000
    • 2005
      • 39(4)
        • Ethical Issues in Archaeology. Green, Thomas J.
        • The Barque Eglinton: Wrecked Western Australia 1852. Evans, Amanda M.
        • History Beneath the Sea: Nautical Archaeology in the Classroom. Evans, Amanda M.
        • Gaining Ground: A History of Landmaking in Boston. Merwin, Daria E.
        • Draw the Lightning Down: Benjamin Franklin and Electrical Technology in the Age of Enlightenment. Hanson, Todd A.
        • Places in Mind: Public Archaeology as Applied Anthropology. Ziegenbein, Linda M.
        • Legal Perspectives on Cultural Resources. Davis, Hester
        • Dug to Death: A Tale of Archaeological Method and Mayhem. Potts, Tara
        • Public History and the Environment. Tilley, John A.
        • Archaeology: The Comic. Patterson, Robert M.
      • Claiming the Stones/ Naming the Bones: Cultural Property and the Negotiation of National and Ethnic Identity
      • Archaeology and Heritage: An Introduction
    • 2006
      • 40(2)
        • The ArchaeologistÕs Toolkit
        • Grave Intentions: A Comprehensive Guide to Preserving Historic Cemeteries in Georgia
        • Essential Tensions in Archaeological Method and Theory
        • Native Title in Australia: An Ethnographic Perspective
        • Neither Plain nor Simple: New Perspectives on the Canterbury Shakers
        • Marketing Heritage: Archaeology and the Consumption of the Past
        • Shared Spaces and Divided Places: Material Dimensions of Gender Relations and the American Historical Landscape
        • Colonization of Unfamiliar Landscapes: The Archaeology of Adaptation
        • African Historical Archaeologies
        • Florida Place Names of Indian Origin and Seminole Personal Name
      • 40(4)
        • Archaeological Landscapes of the Near East
        • Digging the Dirt: The Archaeological Imagination
        • The Jewish Community of Early Colonial Nevis: A Historical Archaeological Study
        • Rangers and Redcoats on the Hudson: Exploring the Past on Rogers Island, the Birthplace of the U.S. Army Rangers
        • The Political Economy of Craft Production: Crafting Empire in South India, ca. 1350Ð1650
        • Lost Laborers in Colonial California: Native Americans and the Archaeology of Rancho Petaluma
        • Searching for the Roanoke Colonies, An Interdisciplinary Collection
        • The ArchaeologistÕs Manual for Conservation: A Guide to Non-Toxic Minimal Intervention Artifact Stabilization
        • Smoking and Culture: The Archaeology of Tobacco Pipes in Eastern North America
        • 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)
        • Boomtown Saloons: Archaeology and History in Virginia City
        • Dialogues in Cuban Archaeology
        • Ground-Penetrating Radar for Archaeology
        • The Line of Forts: Historical Archaeology on the Colonial Frontier of Massachusetts
        • Rockingham Ware in American Culture, 1830Ð1930: Reading Historical Artifacts
        • Chinese American Death Rituals: Respecting the Ancestors
        • A Historical and Economic Geography of Ottoman Greece: The Southwestern Morea in the Eighteenth Century
        • Sampling Many Pots: An Archaeology of Memory and Tradition at a Bahamian Plantation
        • American Artifacts of Personal Adornment, 1680Ð1820: A Guide to Identification and Interpretation
        • Lost Gold of the Republic: The Remarkable Quest for the Greatest Shipwreck Treasure of the Civil War Era
      • 41(4)
        • Geographical Information Systems in Archaeology
        • Beyond Books and Borders: Garcilaso de la Vega and La Florida del Inca
        • In Praise of the Poet Archaeologist: Papers in Honor of Stanley South and His Five Decades of Historical Archaeology
        • Eighteenth-Century Native Communities of Southern New England in the Colonial Context
        • Plantations without Pillars: Archaeology, Wealth, and Material Life at Bush Hill
        • St. MartinÕs Uncovered: Investigations in the Churchyard of St. MartinÕs-in-the-Bull-Ring, Birmingham, 2001
        • Findings: The Material Culture of Needlework and Sewing
        • Excavating Asian History: Interdisciplinary Studies in Archaeology and History
        • Images, Representations and Approaches to Archaeology
        • Inconstant Companions: Archaeology and North American Indian Oral Tradition
      • The Editorial Committee of Historical Archaeology advises its readers that the book reviews are posted on the SHA website
      • Building Environments: Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture, Volume X
    • 2008
      • 42(2)
        • The Sangamo Frontier: History and Archaeology in the Shadow of Lincoln. Stacy C. Kozakavich
        • Whalers and Free Men: Life on TasmaniaÕs Colonial Whaling Stations. Nathan Richards
        • Yearbook of Cultural Property Law2006. Krysta Ryzewski
        • Tatham Mound and the Bioarchaeology of European Contact. Megan A. Perry
        • Goodbye to the Vikings?: Re-reading Early Medieval Archaeology, The World of the Vikings. Marshall Joseph Becker
        • Cities in the World, 1500Ð2000. January W. Porter
        • Practicing Ethnohistory: MiningArchives, Hearing Testimony, Constructing Narrative. Charles C. Kolb
        • Fort St. George: Archaeological Investigation of the 1607Ð1608Popham Colony. Lawrence E. Babits
        • Situating Mission Santa Clara de Asis: 1776Ð1851, Documentary and Material Evidence of Life on the Alta California Frontier: A Timeline. Robert L. Hoover
        • Archaeological Semiotics. Matthew A. Russell
      • 42(4)
        • Cobs, Pieces of Eight and Treasure Coins: The Early Spanish-American Mints and Their Coinages, 1536Ð1773. Glenn J. Farris
        • Past Meets Present: Archaeologists Partnering with Museum Curators, Teachers, and Community Groups. Leah K. Evans-Janke
        • Norwich Cathedral Close: The Evolution of the English Cathedral Landscape. Harold Mytum
        • Fabricating the Antique: Neoclassicism in Britain, 1760Ð1800. John Schofield
        • The Archaeology of Institutional Confinement. Thad M. Van Bueren
        • Roman Frontiers in Britain. Phillip Freeman
        • Before Albany: An Archaeology of Native-Dutch Relations in the Capital Region: 1600Ð1664. Adrian O. Mandzy
        • Qudad: Re-inventing a Tradition, Caterina Borelli. Gabrielle M. Lanier
        • Esp’ritu Santo de Zœ–iga: A Frontier Mission in South Texas. Russell K. Skowronek
        • Early Islamic Syria: An Archaeological Assessment. Benjamin A. Saidel
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    • 2009
      • 43(2)
        • John BakerÕs Late-Seventeenth-Century Glasshouse at Vauxhall. James G. Gibb
        • Then It Was Destroyed by the Volcano: The Ancient World in Film and on Television. Julie M. Schablitsky
        • The Archaeology of Race and Racialization in Historic America. Stacey Lynn Camp
        • Dutch Glass Bottles of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Richard G. Schaefer
        • The Underwater Archaeology of Red Bay: Basque Shipbuilding and Whaling in the Sixteenth Century. Lawrence E. Babits
        • The Scientific Investigation of Mass Graves: Towards Protocols and Standard Operating Procedures. Hugh B. Matternes
        • Surface Collection: Archaeological Travels in Southeast Asia. Edward Gonz‡lez-Tennant
      • 43(4)
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        • The History of Witchcraft: Sorcerers, Heretics, and Pagans. Jeff Wanser
        • Dreams of the Americas: Overview of New France. Kendra Kennedy
        • Guide to Documentary Sources for Andean Studies, 1530Ð1900. Jeremy Ravi Mumford
        • Archaeology as Political Action. Sarah E. Cowie
        • Archaeological Ethics and Capitalism: From Ethics to Politics. Stephen A. Brighton
        • Lost Architecture of the Rio Grande Borderlands. Thomas H. Charlton
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        • French Colonial Pottery: An International Conference. Myriam Arcangeli
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    • 2010
      • 44(2)
        • Earthquakes and Tsunamis in the Past: A Guide to Techniques in Historical Seismology. Trinidad Rico
        • The Archaeology of North American Farmsteads. Linda F. Stine
        • Crossroads and Cosmologies: Diaspora and Ethnogenesis in the New World. Nancy A. Phaup
        • The Early American Table. Sue Harding Gurley
        • Khubilai KhanÕs Lost Fleet: In Search of a Legendary Armada James P. Delgado. Chris Hanson
        • Gold Rush Port: The Maritime Archaeology of San FranciscoÕs Waterfront. Jacqueline Marcotte
        • Barbarians to Angels: The Dark Ages Reconsidered. Michael Enright
        • Telling New Mexico: A New History. Peter L. Steere
        • Metal Detecting and Archaeology. Jami J. Lockhart
        • Archaeological Concepts for the Study of the Cultural Past. Alicia Valentino
      • 44(4)
        • Beneath the Inland Seas: Michigan’s Underwater Archaeological Heritage. J. E. Ratcliffe
        • The Archaeology of Environmental Change: Socionatural Legacies of Degradation and Resilience. Charles C. Kolb
        • The Archaeology of Native-Lived Colonialism: Challenging History in the Great Lakes. Jill Bennett Gaieski
        • Mapping the Mississippian Shatter Zone: The Colonial Indian Slave Trade and Regional Instability in the American South. Edmond A. Boudreaux III
        • The Same Under a Different Sky: A Country Estate in Nineteenth-Century New South Wales. Jonathan Prangnell
        • Historic Pensacola. Diana DiPaolo Loren
        • Archaeological Oceanography. Ralph K. Pedersen
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        • Frontier Forts of Iowa: Indians, Traders, and Soldiers, 1682-1862. Lisa Marie Anselmi
        • The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis: Race and Sexuality in Colonial San Francisco. Thomas H. Charlton
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    • 2011
      • 45(2)
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    • 2012
      • 46(4)
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    • 2013
      • 47.2 Book Reviews. Multiple Authors
    • 2014
      • 48.4 Book Reviews
      • 48.2 Book Reviews. Multiple Authors
    • 2015
      • 49.2
        • Corporate Responsibility for Cultural Heritage: Conservation, Sustainable Development, and Corporate Reputation. FIONA STARR. Review: Brooke Kenline
        • The Legacy of Fort William Henry: Resurrecting the Past. DAVID R. STARBUCK. Review: David Starbuck
        • The Archaeology of American Cities. NAN A. ROTHSCHILD AND DIANA DIZEREGA WALL. Review: Rebecca Yamin
        • Ruin Memories: Materialities, Aesthetics and the Archaeology of the Recent Past. BJØRNAR OLSEN AND ÞÓRA PÉTURSDÓTTIR (EDITORS). Review: Geneviève Godbout
        • First Manhattans: A History of the Indians of Greater New York. ROBERT S. GRUMET. Review: Jon Bernard Marcoux
        • Medieval Haywharf to 20th-Century Brewery: Excavations at Watermark Place, City of London. LOUISE FOWLER AND ANTHONY MACKINDER. Review: Kim Woodring
        • The Colonial Caribbean: Landscapes of Power in the Plantation System. JAMES A. DELLE. Review: Matthew C. Reilly
        • An Archaeology of Institutional Confinement: The Hyde Park Barracks, 1848–1886. PETER DAVIES, PENNY CROOK, AND TIM MURRAY. Review: Sandie Dielissen
        • Supplying Custer: The Powder River Supply Depot, 1876. GERALD R. CLARK. Review: Michael A. Pfeifer
        • Lima Subterránea: Arqueología Histórica: Criptas, Bóvedas, Canales Virreinales y Republicanos. RICHARD CHUHUE AND PIETER VAN DALEN (EDITORS). Review: Christopher Milan
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    • Journals 1967-2006
      • 1967-1969
        • Vol 01 (1967)
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Foreword. John L. Cotter
          • Activities in Historical Archaeology in 1967. Multiple
          • POST-1800 MINING CAMPS. Franklin Fenenga
          • THE FORTRESS OF LOUISBOURG RESTORATION PROJECT–A BRIEF REVIEW. Bruce W. Fay
          • PROBLEMS OF POST-1800 URBAN SITES ARCHAEOLOGY AT OLD SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA. Leif C.W. Landberg
          • POST-1800 HISTORICAL INDIAN SITES. Roderick Sprague
          • ARCHAEOLOGY AS A METHOD FOR INVESTIGATING THE HISTORY OF THE ERIE CANAL SYSTEM. Charles E. Cleland and Lyle M. Stone
          • THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF POST-18th CENTURY RANCHES IN THE UNITED STATES. Bernard L. Fontana
          • MILITARY SITES–POST-1700
        • Vol 02 (1968)
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • 02-1-rev.pdf. Book Reviews
          • Contributors
          • SHA Incorporation and Bylaws
          • Recent Publications in Historical Archaeology. Cotter, John L.
          • Photography in Historical Archaeology. South, Stanley A.
          • Eleutherian Mills Garden Site. Akerman, James B.
          • On the Meaning of Industrial Archaeology. Foley, Vincent P.
          • The Archaeology of Mass-Produced Footwear. Anderson, Adrienne
          • Bottles and History: The Case of Magdalena de Kino, Sonora, Mexico. Fontana, Bernard L.
        • Vol 03 (1969)
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Book Reviews
          • Contributors
          • Recent Publications in Historical Archaeology. Cotter, John L.
          • Dialogue: Response to Vogel. Foley, Vincent P.
          • Dialogue: Reaction and Views on Controversial Issues. Vogel, Robert M.
          • In Memoriam: Adan Eduardo Treganza, 1916-1968. Schumacher, Paul J.F.
          • Wanted!: A Historic Archaeologist. South, Stanley
          • Historic Site Archaeology in Relation to Other Archaeology. Larrabee, Edward McM.
          • Restoration and Archaeology. Fry, Bruce W.
      • 1970-1979
        • Vol 04 (1970)
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Book Reviews
          • Contributors
          • Recent Publications in Historical Archaeology. Cotter, John L. and William D. Hershey
          • Formal Classification and Analysis of Historic Artifacts. Stone, Lyle M.
          • Historical and Historic Sites Archaeology as Anthropology: Basic Definitions and Relationships. Schuyler, Robert L.
          • Fingerprints on Earthenware Sherds: Uses and Implications for the Historical Archaeologist. Rockwell, Jim O.
          • A Dating Key for Post-18th Century Bottles. Newman, T. Stell
          • High on the Hawg or How the Western Miner Lived, as Told By The Bottles He Left Behind. Toulouse, Julian H.
          • Gunflints from the Macon Plateau. Hanson Jr., Lee H.
        • Vol 05 (1971)
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Book Reviews
          • Contributors
          • Recent Publications in Historical Archaeology. Cotter, John L. and William D. Hershey
          • Dialogue: Reply to Mason. Hanson Jr., Lee H.
          • Gunflints and Chronology at Ocmulgee National Monument. Mason, Carol
          • Early Marbles. Randall, Mark E.
          • This Step Gauge: A New Tool for Measuring Pipestem Bore Diameters. Lenik, Edward J.
          • Pipes from Rome, New York. Hanson Jr., Lee
          • Nineteenth Century Transfer Printed Earthenwares from Rome, New York. Hanson, Lee and Dick Ping Hsu
        • Vol 06 (1972)
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Book Reviews. Stone, Lyle M.
          • Contributors
          • Historic Site Bibliography
          • Recent Publications in Historical Archaeology. Cotter, John L. and William D. Hershey
          • Glass Trade Beads in North America: An Annotated Bibliography. Karklins, Karlis and Roderick Sprague
          • The Truro Halfway House, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Lenik, Edward J.
          • Lessons from the Zeyouma Trading Post near Flagstaff, Arizona. Kelly, Roger E. and Albert E. Ward
          • Excavations at the Ximenez-Fatio House, St. Augustine, Florida. McMurray, Carl D.
          • Historic Figurines from Florida and Mexico. Smith, Hale G.
        • Vol 07 (1973)
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Book Reviews
          • Contributors
          • Recent Publications in Historical Archaeology. Cotter, John L. and William D. Hershey
          • Reactions to Reviews. Brown, Margaret K.
          • Photography of Glass Artifacts from Historic Sites: A Useful Technique. Leighton, Jennifer S.
          • Models and Hypothesis Testing in Historical Archaeology. Klein, Joel I.
          • Archeology and the National Register. Utley, Robert M.
          • Dishes in Colonial Graves: Evidence from Jamaica. Fremmer, Ray
          • Jesuit Rings: Evidence of French-Indian Contact in the Connecticut River Valley. Thomas, Peter A.
        • Vol 08 (1974)
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Book Reviews
          • Recent Publications in Historical Archaeology. Cotter, John L. and William D. Hershey
          • Preparation of Line Drawings from Photographs. Adams, William H.
          • Reworked Pipe Stems: A 17th Century Phenomenon from the Site of Fort Orange, Albany, New York. Huey, Paul R.
          • A Catalogue of Jesuit and Ornamental Rings from Western New York State. Wood, Alice S.
          • Seventeenth Century Dutch Beads. Karklins, Karlis
          • Excavation of a Seventeenth Century Pottery Kiln at Glebe Harbor, Westmoreland County, Virginia. Kelso, William M. and Edward A. Chappell
          • Majolica in Colonial Spanish America. Lister, Florence C. and Robert H.
          • Tin Can Archaeology. Ascher, Robert
        • Vol 09 (1975)
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Book Reviews
          • Information for Authors & Contributors
          • Recent Publications in Historical Archaeology. Cotter, John L. and William D. Hershey
          • Professional Criteria for Underwater Archaeology. Cummings, Calvin R.
          • Mission-Oriented Agencies: Means and Ends of Historic Sites Archaeology. Swannack, J.D.
          • The Enigma of the Phoenix Button. Strong, Emory
          • On the Origins of Gunspalls. White, Stephen W.
          • Conservation of Artifacts: A Question of Survival. Sanford, Elizabeth
          • Gunflints from Chicoutimi Indian Site (Quebec). Blanchette, Jean-Francois
        • Vol 10 (1976)
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Book Reviews
          • Three Lost Ceramic Artifacts from Frobisher’s Colony, 1578. Klingelhofer, Eric
          • Photographing Embossed Lettering on Glass. Vandervlugt, George
          • Alternative Uses for Clay Tobacco Pipes and Tobacco Pipe Fragments: Some Notes. Walker, Iain C.
          • An Exotic Campsite in East Hudson Bay. Quimby, George I.
          • Jesuit Rings from Rock Island, Wisconsin. Mason, Carol I.
          • Trade Networks and Interaction Spheres: A View From Silcott. Adams, William H.
          • The Coalescence of History and Archaeology. McKay, Joyce
          • Mill Based Settlement Patterns in Schoharie County, New York: A Regional Study. Langhorne Jr., William T.
        • Vol 11 (1977)
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Book Reviews
          • Clearing Up Impressed Potters Marks. Grosso, Gerald H. and Timothy Jones
          • A Note on Foundation Preparation in Permafrost. Minni, Sheila J.
          • Simple Methods and Materials for Preparing Drawings for Publications. Watlington, Amanda G. and Donald R. Jackson
          • “Swedish” Colonial Yellow Bricks: Notes on Their Uses and Possible Origins in 17th Century America. Becker, M.J.
          • Changes in Pearlware Dinner-ware, 1780-1830. Sussman, Lynne
          • Alternative Applications of the Mean Ceramic Date Concept for Interpreting Human Behavior. Turnbaugh, William and Sarah P. Turnbaugh
          • Brick Bats for Archaeologists: Values of Pressed Brick Brands. Kelly, Roger E. and Marsha C.S. Kelly
          • Evidence of Early Spanish Contact on the Georgia Coast. Pearson, Charles
        • Vol 12 (1978)
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Book Reviews
          • Additional Notes on Alternative Uses for Clay Tobacco Pipes and Tobacco Pipe Fragments. Sudbury, Byron
          • British Military Tableware, 1760-1830. Sussman, Lynne
          • An Evaluation of the Mean Ceramic Date Formula as Applied to South’s Majolica Model. Bonath, Shawn
          • Use-Marks on Historic Ceramics: A Preliminary Study. Griffiths, Dorothy M.
          • Bottle Nomenclature: A Glossary of Landmark Terminology for the Archaeologist. White, John R.
          • A Canadian Perspective On Legislation and the Role of the Private Sector in Archaeology. Weil, Martin E.
          • The Material Assemblage of 16th Century Spanish Florida. Deagan, Kathleen
          • The First Mexican Majolicas: Imported and Locally Produced. Lister, Florence C. and Robert H. Lister
        • Vol 13 (1979)
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Book Reviews
          • On Planning and Preservation. Noble Jr., Vergil E.
          • Times and Seasons: An Archaeological Perspective on Early Latter Day Saints Printing. Bray, Robert T.
          • “Cash” as Currency: Coins and Tokens from Yreka Chinatown. Farris, Glenn J.
          • Some Observations on the Quantitative Relationship Between Stanley South’s Artifact Patterns and “Primary De Facto” Refuse. Tordoff, Jeffrey P.
          • Terra-Cotta Tobacco Pipes in 17th Century Maryland and Virginia: A Preliminary Study. Henry, Susan L.
          • The Function of Colono-Indian Ceramics: Insights from Limerick Plantation, South Carolina. Lees, William B. and Kathryn M. Kimery-Lees
      • 1980-1989
        • Vol 14 (1980)
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Book Reviews
          • Nickel Silver: An Aspect of Material Culture Change in the Upper Great Lakes Indian Trade. Demeter, C. Stephan
          • Coins at Michilimackinac. Heldman, Donald P.
          • The Plaza II Site Excavation of a Colonial Spanish Well in St. Augustine, Florida. Bostwich, John A.
          • Chinese Coins in Six Northwestern Aboriginal Sites. Beals, Herbert K.
          • Problems and Promises in Urban Historical Archaeology: The MARTA Project. Dickens Jr., Roy S. and William R. Bowen
          • Classification and Economic Scaling of 19th Century Ceramics. Miller, George L.
        • Vol 15 (1981)
          • 15.1
            • The Recycled Pots and Potsherds of Spain. FLORENCE C. LISTER AND ROBERT H. LISTER
            • The Utility of Small Samples from Historic Sites: Onderdonk, Clinton Avenue, and Van Campen. Bert Salwen Sarah T. Bridges Nan A. Rothschild
            • Witchcraft Pictographs from Near Salem, Massachusetts. Richard Michael Gramly
            • 15.1 Reviews
            • 15.1 Table of Contents
            • An Introduction to the Tin Can. Jane Busch
            • Caring for Artifacts After Excavation -Some Advice for Archaeologist. Katherine R. Singley
            • Habitation Sites in the Papaloapan Estuarine Delta: Locational Characteristics. Barbara L. Stark
            • Historical and Archaeological Evidence of 19th Century Fever Epidemics and Medicine at Hudson’s Bay Company’s Fort Vancouver. Caroline D. Carley
            • Historical Archaeology in Yucatan: A Preliminary Framework. Anthony P Andrews
          • 15.2
            • 15.2 Reviews
            • 15.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Chalmette National Historical Park: A Remote Sensing Project. FRANCES JOAN MATHIEN with a section by J. Richard Shenkel
            • Essence of Peppermint, a History of the Medicine and its Bottle. OLIVE R. JONES
            • Socioeconomic Patterning at an Undocumented Late 18th Century Lowcountry Site: Spiers Landing, South Carolina. LESLEY M. DRUCKER
            • The Importance of the Hacienda in 19th Century Otumba and Apan, Basin of Mexico. David M. Jones
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Book Reviews
          • The Importance of the Hacienda in 19th Century Otumba and Apan, Basin of Mexico. Jones, David M.
          • Chalmette National Historic Park: A Remote Sensing Project. Mathien, Frances J., and J. Richard Shenkel
          • Socioeconomic Patterning at an Undocumented Late 18th Century Lowcountry Site: Spiers Landing, South Carolina. Drucker, Lesley M.
          • Essence of Peppermint, a History of the Medicine and its Bottle. Jones, Olive R.
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Book Reviews
          • Witchcraft Pictographs from Near Salem, Massachusetts. Gramly, Richard M.
          • Notes on Unusual Clay Tobacco Pipes Found in Seattle. Pfeiffer, Michael A.
        • Vol 16 (1982)
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Index
          • Acknowledgements. Gates Jr., William C., and Dana E. Ormerod
          • Appendix F: Index by Motif. Gates Jr., William C., and Dana E. Ormerod
          • Appendix E: Guide to Manufacturers Names/Building Designations. Gates Jr., William C., and Dana E. Ormerod
          • Appendix D: Other District Manufacturers and Decorators. Gates Jr., William C., and Dana E. Ormerod
          • Appendix C: Trade Marks Published as Back Stamps. Gates Jr., William C., and Dana E. Ormerod
          • Appendix B: Double Stamps and Over Stamps. Gates Jr., William C., and Dana E. Ormerod
          • Appendix A: Decorators and Distributors. Gates Jr., William C., and Dana E. Ormerod
          • References. Gates Jr., William C., and Dana E. Ormerod
        • Vol 17 (1983)
          • 17.1
            • 17.1 Reviews
            • 17.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • A Vessel Typology for Early Chesapeake Ceramics: The Potomac Typological System. MARY C. BEAUDRY JANET LONG HENRY M. MILLER FRASER D. NEIMAN GARRY WHEELER STONE
            • Arrastras: Unique Western Historic Milling Sites. ROGER E. KELLY MARSHA C. S. KEILLY
            • Faunal Remains and Social Status in 19th Century Sacramento. PETER D. SCHULZ SHERRI M. GUST
            • 17th and 18th Century Lead-Glazed Redwares in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. SARAH PEABODY TURNBAUGH
            • London Mustard Bottles. OLIVE R. JONES
            • Pajatambo: An 18th Century Roadside Structure in Peru. COLLEEN M. BECK, ERIC E. DEEDS, SHELIA POZORSKI, AND THOMAS POZORSKI
            • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • The Recovery And Conservation Of Water-Logged Goods From The Well Excavated At The Fort Loudoun Site, Fort Loudon, Pennsylvania. MARK H. DENTON JOAN S. GARDNER
          • 17.2
            • 17.2 Reviews
            • 17.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • An Analysis of East Asian Coins Excavated in Tucson, Arizona. JOHN W. OLSEN
            • British Colonial Subsistence Strategy on the Southeastern Coastal Plain. ELIZABETH RElTZ N I CHOLAS HONERKAM P
            • Ceramic Supply in an Economically Isolated Frontier Community: Portage County of the Ohio Western Reserve, 1800-1 825. GEORGE L. MILLER SILAS D. HURRY
            • Discovery of Human Remains From Sir John Franklins Last Expedition. OWEN 6. BEATTIE JAMES M. SAVELLE
            • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • Memorials – Charles C. Di Peso
            • More on Gunflints. BARRY C. KENT
            • North American Historic Sites Zooarchaeology. ROBERT L. JOLLEY
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Book Reviews
          • Memorials: Charles D. Di Peso. Seifert, Donna J.
          • Discovery of Human Remains From Sir John Franklin’s Last Expedition. Beattie, Owen B., and James M. Savelle
          • Fathoming Fort Ross. Farris, Glenn J.
          • Ceramic Supply in an Economically Isolated Frontier Community: Portage County of the Ohio Western Reserve, 1800-1825. Miller, George L., and Silas D. Hurry
          • North American Historic Sites Zooarchaeology. Jolley, Robert L.
          • The Differential Acceptance of Culture Change: An Archaeological Test Case. Kent, Susan
          • An Analysis of East Asian Coins Excavated in Tucson, Arizona. Olsen, John W.
          • More on Gunflints. Kent, Barry C.
        • Vol 18 (1984)
          • Table of Contents & Front Matter
          • Book Reviews
          • City Tavern, Country Tavern: An Analysis of Four Colonial Sites. Rockman, Diana D.
          • Cans in the Countryside. Rock, James T.
          • Machine-Made Glass Containers and the End of Production for Mouth-Blown Bottles. Miller, George L., and Catherine Sullivan
          • Ceramic Variability in 17th Century St. Augustine, Florida. King, Julia
          • The Discovery of the Taylor House at the Petersburg National Battlefield. Bevan, Bruce W., David G. Orr, and Brooke S. Blades
          • An Unorthodox Magnetic Survey of a Large Forested Historic Site. Mason, Randall J.
          • Magnetometry for Archaeological Exploration of Historical Sites. von Frese, Ralph R.B., and Vergil E. Noble
          • Combined Magnetic and Chemical Surveys of Forts Kaskaskia and de Chartres Number 1, Illinois. Weymouth, John W., and William I. Woods
        • Vol 19 (1985)
          • 19.1
            • Historic Zooarchaeology: Some Methodological Considerations. Pam J. Crabtree
            • Impact of Mechanization in the Glass Container Industry: The Dominion Glass Company of Montreal, a Case Study. George L. Miller and Antony Pacey
            • Memorials – Iain C. Walker. Olive R. Jones
            • Rapid Projected Mapping: An Alternative Mapping Technique For the Archaeologist. J. STEPHEN ALEXANDROWICZ
            • Response to Review of Indian Social Dynamics in the Period of European Contact. ROBERT C. MAINFORT, JR.
            • The Dynamics of Razing: Lessons from the Barnhisel House. JOHN R. WHITE P. NICK KARDULIAS
            • 16th Century Spanish basque Coopering. Lester A. Ross
            • Excavations at Martin’s Hundred Church, James City County, Virginia: Techniques for Testing a 17th Century Church Site. ERIC KLINGELHOFER WILLIAM HENRY
            • The Sorghum Industry of a 19th-Century Cotton Plantation in South Carolina. CHARLES E. ORSER, JR.
            • 19.1 Reviews. Edited by Roderick Sprague
          • 19.2
          • Volume 19 Number 1
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          • Memorials: Charles L. Fairbanks. Deagan, Kathleen
          • Archaeological Test At The Russian Three Saints Bay Colony, Alaska. Clark, Donald W.
          • The Use of Fish Remains as a Socio-Economic Measure: An Example from 19th Century New England. Singer, David A.
          • Drawing with Chemicals. Gillio, David
          • Glass Trade Beads: A Progress Report. Sprague, Roderick
          • Archaeology of the Cod Fishery: Damariscove Island. Faulkner, Alaric
          • Patterns of Cultural Behavior and Intra-site Distributions of Faunal Remains at the Widow Harris Site. Price, Cynthia R.
        • Vol 20 (1986)
          • 20.1
            • 20.1 Reviews
            • 20.1 Table of Contents
            • Documentation and Identification of the Two-Masted Schooner Neptune. James P. Delgado
            • Domestic Adaption at Puerto Real, Haiti. Bonnie G. McEwan
            • Fur Trade Archaeology – A Study of Frontier Hierarchies. Charles R. Ewen
            • Historical Archaeology in Sub-Saharan Africa- A Review. Merrick Posnansky and Christopher R. Decrose
            • Maintenance and Fabrication at Fort Pentagoet 1635-1654 Products of an Acadian Armor’s Workshop. Alaric Faulkner
            • On The Archaeology of Early Canals- Research on the Patowmack Canal in Great Falls, Virgina. Richard J.Dent
            • Urban Adaption in Charleston, South Carolina, 1730-1820. Martha A. Zierden and Jeanne A. Calhoun
          • 20.2
            • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • Measures of the Acculturative Response to Trade on the Central Coast of British Columbia. Philip M. Hobler
            • Of Fish and Sherds – A Model for Estimating Vessel Populations from Minimal Vessel Counts. George L. Miller Appendix by Meredith Moodey
            • Research Notes and Comments- Followup Notes on the 17th Century Cod Fishery at Damariscove Island, Maine. Alaric Faulkner
            • Soil Chemistry and Historic Archaeological Site Activity Areas- A Test Case from Northern Delaware. JAY F. CUSTER ELLIS C. COLEMAN WADE P. CATTS KEVIN W. CUNNINGHAM
            • The Archaeology of Historical Land Use in Massachusetts. Mary C. Beaudry
            • Urban Farmsteads- Household Responsibilities in the City. Leslie C. Stewart-Abernathy
            • Urban/Rural Contrasts in Vertebrate Fauna From the Southern Atlantic Coastal Plain. Elizabeth J. Reitz
            • 20.2 Reviews
            • 20.2 Table of Contents
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        • Vol 21 (1987)
          • 21.1
            • 21.1 Reviews
            • 21.1 Table of Contents
            • Burials from the Santa Barbara Presidio Chapel. JULIA G. COSTELLO PHILLIP L. WALKER
            • Historic Charcoal Production Near Eureka, Nevada: An Archaeological Perspective. Charles D. Zeier
            • J.C. Harrington medal in Historical Archaeology – Arthur Woodward
            • On Zooarchaeological Measures of Socioeconomic Position and Cost-Efficient Meat Purchases. R. Lee Lyman
            • Research and Comments- An Unusual Pipe Stem Find from St. Inigoes Manor, Maryland. JULIA A. King DENNIS J. POGUE
            • The Ceramics Collection from the Continental Army Cantonment at New Windsor, New York. Charles L. Fischer
            • Second Time Around: A Look at Bottle Reuse. Jane Busch
          • 21.2
            • Research Notes and Comments: Aspects of Early Afro-American Material Culture: Artifacts from The Slave Quarters at Garrison Plantation, Maryland.. Eric Klingelhofer
            • Ceramics and Commerce: The 1554 flota Revisited. RUSSELL K. SKOWRONEK
            • An Historical and Archaeological Evaluation of the CSS Georgia. Ervan G. Garrison and Richard J. Anuskiewicz
            • J. C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • The View from the Midden: An Analysis of Midden Distribution and Composition at the van Sweringen Site, St. Marys City, Maryland. Julia A. King Henry M. Miller
            • Using Dendrochronology for Historical Reconstruction in the Cortez Mining District, North Central Nevada. Eugene M. Hattori and Marna Ares Thompson
            • 21.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • 21.2 Reviews
            • A Survey of Domestic Reform Movement Sites in Boston and Cambridge, Ca. 1865-1 905. Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood
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          • Volume 21, Number 1
          • Volume 21, Number 2
        • Vol 22 (1988)
          • 22.1
            • Questions of Substance, Questions that Count. Charles E. Cleland
            • The Relationship Between Archaeological Data and the Documentary Record: 18th Century gardens in Annapolis, Maryland. MARK P. LEONE
            • Whither Pattern?. STANLEY SOUTH
            • Questions that Count in Historical Archaeology: Plenary Session, 1987. Edited by Nicholas Honerkamp
            • The Clay Pipes from Green Spring Plantation (44JC), Virginia. David Colin Crass
            • J.C. Harrington Medal – Edward B. Jelks 1988
            • Neither History Nor Prehistory: the Question that Count in Historical Archaeology. Kathleen A. Deagan
            • Glass Bead Sites in Amsterdam. Jan Baart
            • Historical Archaeology as Anthropology. STEPHEN A. MROZOWSKI
            • Archaeological Remains, Documents, and Anthropology: a Call for a new Culture History. ROBERT L. SCHUYLER
          • 22.2
            • Baroque Cities in the Wilderness: Archaeology and the Urban Development in the Colonial Chesapeake. Henry M. Miller
            • Exploring a "Splindid and Delightsome" Land: Research on the 17th Century Chesapeake. Edited by Henry Miller and Julia King
            • Spatial Analysis of the King’s Reach Plantation Homelot, Ca. 1690-1715. Dennis J. Pogue
            • The Bear Necessities- Standards of Living in England and the Chesapeake, 1650-1700. James P.P. Horn
            • The Interpretation of 17th Century Sites through Plow Zone Surface Collections: Examples from St. Mary’s City, Maryland. Timothy B. Riordan
            • A Comparative Midden Analysis of a Household and Inn in St. Mary’s City, Maryland. Julia A. King
            • 22.2 Table of Contents
            • 22.2 Reviews
          • Volume 22, Number 1
          • Volume 22, Number 2
        • Vol 23 (1989)
          • 23.1
            • Status and Ceramics for Planters and Slaves on Three Georgia Coastal Plantations. William Hampton Adams and Sarah Jane Boling
            • Landscapes as Artifacts: Comments on" The Archaeological Use of Landscape Treatment in Social, Economic and Ideological Analysis. Patricia E. Rubertone
            • Pattern and Process in the Plantation Archaeology of the Lowcountry of Georgia and South Carolina. J. W. Joseph
            • Research Notes and Comments – Xeroradiography of Historic Ceramics: Four New England Kilns. Jeffery A. Blakely
            • Research Notes and Comments – Zooarchaeological Measures Revisited. David R. Huelsbeck
            • 23.1 Reviews
            • 23.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Comments on the 1987 Society for Historical Archaeology Landscape Symposium. William M. Kelso
            • Function, Meaning and Context: Ambiguities in Ceramic Use by the Hivernant Metis of the Northwestern Plains. David V. Burley
            • Issues in Historic Landscapes and Gardens. Mark P Leone
          • 23.2
            • 23.2 Reviews
            • 23.2 Table of Contents
            • A Good Man in Israel: Zooarchaeology and Assimilation in Antebllum Washington, Washington, Arkansas. LESLIE C. STEWART-ABERNATHY BARBARA L. RUFF
            • On Plantations and Patterns. CHARLES E. ORSER. JR
            • Research Notes and Comments: Artifact Illustration Using Computer Videographs. WILLIAM HAMPTON ADAMS SARAH JANE BOLING
            • The Role of Pewter as Missing Artifact: Consumer Attitudes Toward Tablewares in Late 18th Century Virginia. ANN SMART MARTIN
            • The Spanish Colonial Wineries of Moquegua, Peru. PRUDENCE M. RICE GREG C. SMITH
            • Wealth and Status in the Upper South Socioeconomic System of Northeastern Missouri. MICHAEL J. OBRIEN TERESITA MAJEWSKI
            • What Mean These Seeds: A Comparative Approach to Archaeological Seed Analysis. NAOMI F. MILLER
            • "Utility and beauty Should Be On The Landscape of Jack London’s Ranch of Good Intentions. ADRIAN PRAETZELLIS MARY
          • Volume 23, Number 1
          • Volume 23, Number 2
      • 1990-1999
        • Vol 24 (1990)
          • 24.1
            • Soil and Settlement Location in 18th Century Colonial Tidewater Virginia. CRAIG LUKEZIC
            • 24.1 Reviews
            • 24.1 Table of Contents
            • Burned Seeds from a Gold Rush Store in Sacramento, California. ELIZABETH A. HONEYSETT PETER D. SCHULZ
            • China Glaze Wares on Sites from the American Revolution: Pearlware before Wedgwood?. JOHN L. SEIDEL
            • Making Cheese: Archaeology of a 19th Century Rural Industry. JAMES G. GlBB DAVID J. BERNSTEIN DANIEL F. CASSEDY
            • Memorial- Bert Salwen, 1920-1988. Nan A. Rothschild
            • Pollen Analysis and Urban Land Use:The Environs of Scottow’s Dock in 17th, 18th, and Early 19th Century Boston. Kelso, Gerald K. and Mary Beaudry
            • Pottery and Pigs Feet: Space, Ethnicity, and Neighborhood in Washington, D.C., 1880-1940. CHARLES D. CHEEK AMY FRIEDLANDER
          • 24.2
            • 24.2 Table of Contents
            • A Preliminary Seriation of 19th-Century Decorated Porcelain Marbles. JEFF CARSKADDEN RICHARD GARTLEY
            • A Regional Perspective on Assessing the Significance of Historic Period Sites. FRANCIS P. McMANAMON
            • A Question of Inference: Interpretations of Site Abandonment Behavior from Survey Data. Susan Kent
            • The Origin of Goleta Cannons: Inferences of Age Based on Various Lines of Evidence. PANDORA E. SNETHKAMP R. E. TAYLOR ROBERT MADDIN LOUIS A. PAYEN PETER J. SLOTA, JR.
            • Site Significance and Historical Archaeology – A Scenario and Commentary. DOUGLAS D. SCOTT
            • Site Survey as a Method for Determining Historic Site Significance. SAMUEL D. SMITH
            • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology. Joel I. Klein
            • Methodological Approaches to Assessing the Archaeological Significance of Historic Sites. Lees, William B. and Vergil E. Noble
            • Other Questions That Count: Introductory Comments on Assessing Significance in Historical Archaeology. WILLIAM B. LEES VERGIL E. NOBLE
          • 24.3
            • The Historical Archaeology of Mortuary Behavior: Coffin Hardware from Ux bridge, Massachusetts. EDWARD L. BELL
            • Tree-Ring Studies of the Pueblo de Acoma. WILLIAM J. ROBINSON
            • 24.3 Reviews
            • 24.3 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Fur Trade Era Blacksmith Shops at Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, North Dakota. STEVEN L. DE VORE
            • Minimum Vessel Lists as Evidence of Change in Folk and Courtly Traditions of Food Use. ANNE YENTSCH
            • Site Formation Processes at Fort Fillmore, New Mexico: First Interpretations. EDWARD STASKI
            • Electrical Resistivity Surveys in Two Historical Cemeteries in Northeast Texas: A Method for Delineating Unidentified Burial Shafts. BROOKS B. ELLWOOD
          • 24.4
            • 24.4 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Acknowledgments
            • Beyond Regionalism: History , Archaeology, and the Future. AMY FRIEDLANDER
            • Contributors
            • Historical Archaeology on Southern Plantations and Farms: Introduction. CHARLES E. ORSER, JR.
            • Landscape Archaeology, Landscape History, and the American Farmstead. WILLIAM HAMPTON ADAMS
            • (no title). TERRENCE W. EPPERSON
            • Social Inequality and Turn-of-the-Century Farmsteads: Issues of Class, Status,Ethnicity, and Race. LINDA FRANCE STINE
            • Social Relations and Material Culture: A Critique of the Archaeology of Plantation Slavery. JEAN E. HOWSON
            • Structural Continuity in an African-American Slave and Tenant Community. KENNETH L. BROWN DOREEN C. COOPER
          • Volume 24, Number 1
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        • Vol 25 (1991)
          • 25.1
            • 25.1 Reviews
            • 25.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Research and Comments- A Reconstruction of 19th-Century Surgical Techniques: Bones in Dr. Thompson’s Privy. ROBERT W. MANN DOUGLAS W. OWSLEY PAUL A. SHACKEL
            • A Revised Set of CC Index Values for Classification and Economic Scaling of English Ceramics from 1787 to 1880. George L. Miller
            • Arms from Addison Plantation and the Maryland Militia on the Potomac Frontier. JOHN P. McCARTHY JEFFREY B. SNYDER BILLY R. ROULETTE. JR.
            • Economic Means Index: A Measure of Social Status in the Chesapeake, 1690-1815. ERIC G. ACKERMANN
            • Faience in French Colonial Illinois. John A. Walthall
            • Who’s Been Working on the Railroad?: An Examination of the Construction, Distribution, and Ethnic Origins of Domed Rock Ovens on Railroad-Related Sites. Priscilla Wegars
          • 25.2
            • The Post- Civil War Battlefield Pattern: An Example from the Custer Battlefield. RICHARD A. FOX, JR DOUGLAS D. SCOTT
            • Historical Dimensions of Consumer Research. Charles H. LeeDecker
            • 25.2 Reviews
            • 25.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Consumers, Commodities, and Choices: A General Model of Consumer Behavior. Susan L. Henery
            • Faunal Remains and Consumer Behavior: What is Being Measured?. DAVID R. HUELSBECK
            • House and Barn; The Wealth of Farmers, 1795 -1815. Amy Friedlander
            • Models for the Study of Consumer Behavior. Klein, Terry H., and Charles H. LeeDecker
            • Nineteenth-Century Ceramics and Models of Consumer Behavior. Terry H. Klein
            • Plants, Humans, and Culture: An Edible Model of Consuming Behavior. Cheryl A. Holt
          • 25.3
            • A Little Slice of Heaven: Investigation at Rincon Cemetery, Prado Basin, California. JAMES BROCK STEVEN J. SCHWARTZ
            • Historical Archaeology in California. Roberta S. Greenwood
            • Historical Archaeology in Arizona and New Mexico. James E. Ayres
            • Carol V. Ruppe Distinguished Service Award
            • Archaeological Investigations of a Mid-19th-Century Shipbreaking Yard, San Francisco, California. Allen G. Pastron and James P. DelGado
            • 25.3 Reviews
            • Historical Archaeology in the American West – Papers from the Plenary Session, 1990. Edited By Donald L. Hardesty
            • San Luis de Talimali: The Archaeology of Spanish-Indian Relations at a Florida Mission. Bonnie G. McEwan
            • Historical Archaeology in the American West: The View from Philadelphia. Robert L. Schuyler
            • Research Notes and Comments -What is the Use of Plantation Archaeology?. Parker B. Potter, JR.
          • 25.4
            • 25.4 Table of Contents and Cover
            • A Feminist Approach to Historical Archaeology: Eighteenth-Century Fur Trade Society at Michilimackinac. Elizabeth M. Scott
            • Engendering Visible and Invisible Ceramic Artifacts, Especially Dairy Vessels. Anne Yentsch
            • Gender and Historical Archaeology: Eastern Dakota Patterns in the 19th Century. Mark K. Whelan
            • Gender, Activity Areas, and Homelots in the 17th-Century Chesapeake Region. JAMES G. GlBB JULIA A. KING
            • Introduction. Donna J. Seifert
            • Sacred Dinners and Secular Teas: Constructing Domesticity in Mid-19th-Century New York. Diana Di Zerega Wall
            • Several Paradise Ladies Are Visiting in Town: Gender Strategies in the Early Industrial West. MARGARET PURSER
            • The Archaeology of Women in the Spanish New World. Bonnie G. McEwan
            • When Daddy Was a Shanty Boy: The Role of Gender in the Organization of the Logging Industry in Highland West Virginia. JANET G. BRASHLER
        • Vol 26 (1992)
          • 26.1
          • 26.2
            • Northern Michigan Logging Camps: Material Culture and Worker Adaptation on the Industrial Frontier. JOHN G. FRANZEN
            • 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. WILLIAM J. THOMAS NATHAN W. BOWER JOHN W. KANTNER MARIANNE L. STOLLER DAVID H. SNOW
            • Architectural Symbolism and Non-verbal Communication at Upper Fort Garry. GREGORY G. MONKS
            • J.C Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • Munition Artifacts from Fort Fillmore, New Mexico. EDWARD STASKI PAUL S. JOHNSTON
            • The Noncurrency Functions of Chinese Wen in America. MARJORIE KLEIGER AKIN
            • Wheres the Beef? Food Supply at an Antebellum Frontier Post. DAVID COLIN CRASS DEBORAH L. WALLSMITH
          • 26.3
            • Consumption as Communication in Nineteenth-Century Paradise Valley, Nevada. MARGARET PURSER
            • Beneath the Material Surface of Things: Commodities, Artifacts, and Slave Plantations. CHARLES E. ORSER, JR.
            • 26.3 Table of Contents
            • 26.3 Contributions
            • Critical Archaeology: In the Ground and on the Street. PARKER B. POTTER, JR.
            • Discourse on the Frontiers of History: Material Culture and Social Reproduction in Early Scotland. STEPHEN T. DRISCOLL
            • Consumer Behavior in Colonial Charlestown, Massachusetts, 1630-1 760. STEVEN R. PENDERY
            • Epilogue: The Productive Nature of Material Culture and Archaeology. MARK P. LEONE
            • Explicit and Implicit Meanings in Material Culture and Print Culture. BARBARA J. LITTLE
            • Modern Discipline: Its Historical Context in the Colonial Chesapeake. PAUL A. SHACKEL
          • 26.4
            • USS Monitor: Results from the 1987 Season. J. BART0 ARNOLD Ill G. MICHAEL FLESHMAN CURTISS E. PETERSON W. KENNETH STEWART GORDON P. WATTS, JR. CLARK P. WELDON
            • The Spanish Colonial Experience and Domestic Animals. Elizabeth J. Reitz
            • Threatened James River and Historical Sites. Kevin J. Foster
            • Replicating Fifteenth – and Sixteenth-Century Ordnance. Joe J. Simmons III
            • Replicating a Voyage of Discovery. Denise C. Lakey
            • Recovering the Past of USS Arizona: Symbolism, Myth, and Reality. James P. DelGado
            • Replicating a Caravel. Donald H. Keith
            • The Ethics of Collaboration: Archaeologist and the Whydah Project. Ricardo J. Elia
            • Replicating and Experimental Archaeology: The Last Step. Donald H. Keith
            • Shipwreck in a Swimming Pool: An Assessment of the Methodology and Technology Utilized on the Yorktown Shipwreck Archaeological Project. John D. Broadwater
          • Volume 26, Number 3
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          • Volume 26, Number 2
          • Volume 26, Number 1
        • Vol 27 (1993)
          • 27.1
            • 27.1 Reviews
            • 27.1 Table of Contents
            • Beer Cans: Aguide for the Archaeologist. D.B.S. Maxwell
            • European Ceramics and the Elusive "Cattle of Raleigh". Russell K. Skowronek John W. Walker
            • Historcial Archaeology Before 1967. John L. Cotter
            • Historical Archaeology Strove for Maturity in the Mid-1980s. William Hampton Adams
            • Late Sixteenth-Century Basque Banded Copper Kettles. WILLIAM R. FITZGERALD LAURIER TURGEON RUTH HOLMES WHITEHEAD JAMES W. BRADLEY
            • Pollen-Record Formation Processes, Interdisciplinary Archaeology, and Land Use by Mill Works and Managers: The Boott Mills Corporation, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1836-1942. Gerald K. Kelso
            • Research Notes and Comments – "What is the Use of Plantation Archaeology?" No Use at All, if No One Else Is Listening. Paul Farnsworth
            • Retrospective on the Society for Historical Archaeology, 1977-1982. Kathleen Deagan
          • 27.2
            • The Dialectics of Historical Archaeology in a Post-Processual World. STEPHEN A. MROZOWSKI
            • The Meaning of Change in Urban Faunal Deposits. Rothschild, Nan A. and Darlene Balkwill
            • Where Is Night Soil? Thoughts on an Urban Privy. JOAN H. GEISMAR
            • 27.2 Table of Contents
            • Commercial Foods, 1740-1820. Oliver R. Jones
            • 27.2 Contributors
            • European Ceramics and the Elusive "Cattle of Releigh". Skowronek, Russell K. and John W. Walker
            • Health and Diet in 19th-Century America: A Food Historian’s Point of View. Ross, Alice
            • Health, Sanitation, and Foodways in Historical Archaeology:Introduction. Joan H. Geismar Meta F. Janowitz
            • Indian Corn and Dutch Pots: Seventeenth-Century Foodways in New Amsterdam/New York. Meta F. Janowitz
          • 27.3
            • 27.3 Reviews
            • 27.3 Table of Contents
            • A Ceramic Chemistry Archive for New Netherlands/New York. ALLAN S. GILBERT GARMAN HARBOTTLE DANIEL DENOYELLES
            • 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. WILLIAM J. HUNT, JR.
            • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • Notes on the Cultural Origins and Functions of Sub-Floor Pits. RICHARD H. KIMMEL
            • The Reliability of Geophysical Surveys at Historical-Period Cemeteries: An Example from the Plains Cemetery, Mechanicsville, Maryland. JULIA A. KING BRUCE W. BEVAN ROBERT J. HURRY
            • White Columns and Black Hands: Class and Classification in the Plantation Ideology of the Georgia and South Carolina Lowcountry. J. W. JOSEPH
          • 27.4
            • The Cultural Creation of the Feminine Gender: An Example from 19th-Century Military Household at Fort Independence, Boston. JOYCE M. CLEMENTS
            • The Importance of Aspect to Historic Farmstead Site Location in the Green Mountains of Vermont. Peter B. Mires
            • Not by Bones Alone: Exploring Household Composition and Socioeconomic Status in an Isolated Historic Mining Community. DAVE N. SCHMITT CHARLES D. ZEIER
            • The Spanish Colonial Kiln Tradition of Moquegua. PRUDENCE M. RICE SARA L. VAN BECK
            • 27.4 Reviews
            • 27.4 Table of Contents
            • Invented Lands/Discovered Pasts: The Westward Expansion of Myth and History. Keynote Address
          • Volume 27, Number 4
          • Volume 27, Number 3
          • Volume 27, Number 2
          • Volume 27, Number 1
        • Vol 28 (1994)
          • 28.1
            • 28.1 Reviews
            • 28.1 Table of Contents
            • Zooarchaeological Analysis of a Free African Community – Gracia Real de Santa Teresa de Mose. Elizabeth J. Reitz
            • Toward a Global Historical Archaeology: An Example from Brazil. Charles E. Orser, Jr
            • Material Culture of the Koasati Indians of Texas. TIMOTHY K. PERTTULA
            • Research and Comments – Betty’s Hope Windmill: An Unexpected Problem. Conrad Goodwin
            • Acknowledgments
            • Evidence for Folkways and Cultural Exchange in the 18th- Century South Carolina Backcountry. Mark D. Groover
          • 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. Cheryl Claassen
          • 28.3
            • Inclusion and Exclusion in the Moravian Settlement in North Carolina, 1770-1 790. BRIAN W. THOMAS
            • Memorial – Reynold J. Ruppe
            • Memorial – Carlyle Shreeve Smith
            • Mortuary Patterns at the Harney Site Slave Cemetery, Caribbean Montserrat, in Perspective. David R. Watters
            • Research Notes and Comments- Search for the Grave of the Hanged Texas Gunfighter, William Preston Longley. BROOKS 9. ELLWOOD DOUGLAS W. OWSLEY SUZANNE H. ELLWOOD PATRICIA A. MERCADO-ALLINGER
            • Towards an Anthropological Historical Archaeology in Greece. P. NICK KARDULIAS
            • Viewing the Color Line through the material Culture of Death. James C. Garman
            • Determining African Birth from Skeletal Remains: A Note on Tooth Mutilation. Jerome S. Handler
            • 28.3 Reviews. Edited by Rodrick Sprague
            • 28.3 Table of Contents
          • 28.4
            • Carol V. Ruppe Distinguished Service Award
            • Changing Social and Material Routine in Nineteenth-Century Harpers Ferry. MICHAEL T. LUCAS PAUL A. SHACKEL
            • 28.4 Contributors
            • 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. LINDA SCOTT CUMMINGS
            • Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Meanings and Uses of Material Goods in Lower Town Harpers Ferry. PAUL A. SHACKEL
            • 28.4 Preface
            • The Health and Sanitation of Postbellum Harpers Ferry. BENJAMIN FORD
            • Theres Trouble a-Brewin: The Brewing and Bottling Industries at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. DEBORAH A. HULL-WALSKI FRANK L. WALSKI
            • Sanitation and Harpers Ferry, Parasitism at West Virginia. KARL J. REINHARD
            • Social Dynamics and Structure in Lower Town Harpers Ferry. SUSAN E. WINTER
          • Volume 28, Number 4
          • Volume 28, Number 3
          • Volume 28, Number 2
          • Volume 28, Number 1
        • Vol 29 (1995)
          • 29.1
            • Women and Property in Early 19th-Century Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Aileen B. Agnew
            • 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. David B. Burley
            • Memorial – Kenneth Earl Kidd
            • Recovering the Lost Landscapes of the Stockton Gardens at Morven, Princeton, New Jersey. CONRAD McCALL GOODWIN KAREN BESCHERER METHENY JUDSON M. KRATZER ANNE YENTSCH
            • The Historical Archaeology of Vergelegen, and Early Farmstead at the Cape of Good Hope. ANN MARKELL MARTIN HALL CARMEL SCHRIRE
            • Thimbles and Thimble Rings from the circum-Caribbean Region, 1550-1800: Chronology and Identification. Erica Hill
          • 29.2
            • The Padre Island Crossbows. J. BART0 ARNOLD III DAVID R. WATSON DONALD H. KEITH
            • Differential Pollen Preservation in a Seventeenth-Century Refuse Oit, Jamestown Island, Virgina. GERALD K. KELSO STEPHEN A. MROZOWSKI DOUGLAS CURRIE ANDREW C. EDWARDS MARLEY R. BROWN Ill AUDREY J. HORNING GREGORY J. BROWN JEREMIAH R. DANDOY
            • Health Care and the Wayman A.M.E Church. MELANIE A. CABAK MARK D. GROOVER SCOTT J. WAGERS
            • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • Recognizing Children’s Graves in Nineteenth-Century Cemeteries: Excavations in St. Thomas Anglican Churchyard, Belleville, Ontario, Canada. Heather McKillop
            • The Case of the Missing Victuals. Barbara West
            • 29.2 Reviews
            • 29.2 Table of Contents and Cover
          • 29.3
            • 29.3 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Appendix A: Walnut Street Prison Workshop
            • Appendix B: Fling Privy
            • Appendix D: Southwark Privies
            • Appendix C: Twelfth and Arch Street Privies
            • Chapter Five Conclusion: The Ritual Institution and Nineteenth-Century America. Lu Ann de Cunzo
            • Chapter Four Reform, Respite, and Ritual: Perspectives on the Magdalen Society
            • Chapter One Introduction: Perspectives on the "Fallen". Lu Ann de Cunzo
            • Chapter Three The Material Culture of a Women’s Reform: The Magdalen Society Asylum. Lu Ann de Cunzo
            • Chapter Two From the "Courses of Guilt and Pollution to the Paths of the Virtue in the American City 1750-1850. Lu Ann de Cunzo
          • 29.4
            • 29.4 Reviews
            • 29.4 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Material Culture and Social Death: African-American Burial Practices. Ross W. Jamieson
            • Memorial – Aronld Remington Pilling
            • Memorial – John H. Rick
            • Terrible Saint: Changing Meanings of the John Brown Fort. Paul A. Shackel
            • Three Ironclad Warship – the Archaeology of Industrial Process and Historical Myth. Ervan G. Garrison
            • The Importance of the Community Study Approach in Historical Archaeology, with an Example from Late Colonial St. Augustine. James Gregory Cusick
          • Volume 29, Number 1
          • Volume 29, Number 2
          • Volume 29, Number 3
          • Volume 29, Number 4
        • Vol 30 (1996)
          • 30.1
            • Appendix B: Mammalian Body Part Representation
            • Chapter Five: Pattering and Interpretation of Butchery Marks
            • Chapter Two: Historical Studies of Agriculture and Foodways Practices
            • 30.1 Table of Contents
            • 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
            • Glossary
          • 30.2
            • Archaeogeophysical and Geochemical Studies at George Washington Carver National Monument, Diamond, Missouri. ERVAN G. GARRISON
            • The Landscape of Northern Bondage. Robert K. Fitts
            • The Site of the Intendants Palace in Quebec City: The Changing Meaning of an Urban Space. Marcel Moussette
            • Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: A Plea for Change in the Practice of Historical Archaeology. Vergil E. Noble
            • Continuity and Change: De Soto and the Apalachee. Charles Ewen
            • Keynote Address 1996 – Ethnicity, Authenticity, and Invented Traditions. DELL UPTON
            • Theorizing the Management of Archaeology Underwater. Antony Firth
            • Analyzing Musket Balls to Interpret a Revolutionary War Site. Daniel M. Sivilich
            • 30.2 Reviews. Edited by Roderick Sprague
            • 30.2 Table of Contents
          • 30.3
            • Iberian Foodways in the Moquegua and Torata Valleys of Southern Peru. Susan D DeFrance
            • Blue Beads as African-American Cultural Symbols. LINDA FRANCE STINE MELANIE A. CABAK MARK D. GROOVER
            • Status and Adobe Quality at Fort Fillmore, New Mexico: Old Questions, New Techniques. EDWARD STASKI JOANNE REITER
            • 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. Jerome S. Handler
          • 30.4
            • The Influence of Trade on Bahamian Slave Culture. PAUL FARNSWORTH
            • The Texas Historical Commission’s Underwater Archaeological Survey of 1995 and the Preliminary Report on the Belle, La Salle’s Shipwreck of 1686. J. BARTO ARNOLD III
            • Mission-Period Settlement Structure: A Test of the Model at San Martin de Timucua. Rebecca Saunders
            • Shopping as Meaningful Action: Toward a Redefinition of Consumption in Historical Archaeology. LAUREN J. COOK REBECCA YAMIN JOHN P. MCCARTHY
            • Compositional Constraints on the Identification of Eighteenth Century Porcelain Sherds from Fort Beausejour, New Brunswick, and Grassy Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. J. V. OWEN DENISE HANSEN
            • 30.4 Table of Contents
            • 30.4 Reviews
            • Glass-Knapping at a Louisiana Plantation: African- American Tools?. LAURIE A. WlLKlE
          • Volume 30, Number 4
          • Volume 30, Number 3
          • Volume 30, Number 2
          • Volume 30, Number 1
        • Vol 31 (1997)
          • 31.1
            • 31.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • A Peripheral Perspective. AMY TURNER BUSHNELL
            • Africans in the Spanish Colonies. JANE LANDERS
            • Consolidation of the Colonial Regime: Native Society in Western Central America. Janine Gasco
            • 31.1 Contributors
            • Cross-Disciplinary Themes in the Recovery of the Colonial Middle Period. Kathleen Deagan
            • Cultural Development in La Floridia. Kathleen Hoffman
            • Hispanic, Andean, and African Influences in the Moquegua Valley of Southern Peru. Greg Charles Smith
            • Native American, African, and Hispanic Communities During the Middle Period in the Colonial. John E. Kicza
            • Negotiating Calidad: The Everyday Struggle for Status in Mexico. Richard Boyer
          • 31.2
            • Material Cultural and African -American Spirituality at the Hermitage. AARON E. RUSSELL
            • Response to a Market: Dating English Underglaze Transfer-Printed Wares. PATRICIA M. SAMFORD
            • Settlement Patterning on the British Caribbean Island of Tobago. CHRISTOPHER OHM CLEMENT
            • 31.2 Reviews
            • 31.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Class, Gender, and the Built Environment: Deriving Social Relations from Cultural Landscapes in SOuthwest Michigan. DEBORAH L. ROTMAN MICHAEL S. NASSANEY
            • The Archaeology of Maroon Societies in the Americas: Resistance, Cultural Continuity, and Transformation in the African Diaspora. TERRY WElK
            • Tombs and Testaments Mortuary Practices During the Seventeenth to Nineteenth Centuries in the Spanish- Venezuelan Catholic Tradition. ALBERTA ZUCCHI
          • 31.3
            • 31.3 Introduction- Carol McDavid
            • Where Do We Go from Here? Researching and Interpreting the African-American Experience. Christy S. Matthews
            • Seizing Intellectual Power: The Dialogue at the New York African Burial Ground. CHERYL J. LA ROCHE MICHAEL L. BLAKEY
            • Necessary but Insufficient: Plantation Archaeology Reports and Community Action. James G. Gibb
            • Power To The People: Sociopolitics and the Archaeology of Black Americans. Maria Franklin
            • Pre-Emancipation Archaeoqlogy: Does it Play in Selma, Alabama?. Linda Derry
            • The Search for My African-American Ancestry. John Baker, JR.
            • Toward True Acts Of Inclusion: The "Here" and the "Out There" Concepts in Public Archaeology. YWONE EDWARDS-INGRAM
            • 31.3 Table of Contents and Cover
            • Past is Present: Comments on "In the Realm of Politics: Prospects for Public Participation in African- American Plantanation Archaeology. Michael L. Blakey
          • 31.4
            • 31.4 Reviews
            • 31.4 Table of Contents
            • Archaeological Expedition Humor -The Mules Knew the Way. J.C. Harrington
            • Gunflint Production in the Monti Lessini, Italy. J. NED WOODALL STEPHEN T. TRAGE ROGER W. KIRCHEN
            • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
            • Landuse Reconstruction at the Founding Settlement of Las Vegas, Nevada. JAMES SCHOENWETTER JOHN W. HOHMANN
            • Secret and Sacred: Contextualizing the Artifacts of African-American Magic and Religion. LAURIE A. WlLKlE
            • The 17th-Century Cemetery at St. Mary’s City: Mortuary Practices in the Early Chesapeake. Timothy B. Riordan
            • This Great Wild Tract : Henry David Thoreau, Native Americans, and the Archaeology of Estabrook Woods. JAMES C. GARMAN PAUL A. RUSSO STEPHEN A. MROZOWSKI MICHAEL A. VOLMAR
          • 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
            • Thomas Harris, Gent,as Related by his Second Sonne. L. Daniel Mouer
            • Discussion: Archaeologist as Storytellers. James Deetz
            • Farm Journal – First Person, Four Voices. Mary C. Beaudry
            • Why I Continue to Live Across the Tracks from Sister Sue, as Told by William Monroe. Robin L. Ryder
            • Bread Fresh from the Oven: Memories of Italian Breadbaking in the California Mother Lode. Julia G. Costello
            • Katherine Nanny, alias Naylor – A life in Puritan Boston. Lauren J. Cook
            • Lurid Tales and Homely Stories of New York Notorious Five Points. Rebecca Yamin
            • A Connecticut Merchant in Chinadom: A Play in One Act. Adrian Praetzellis Mary Praetzellis
          • 32.2
            • 32.2 Editorial
            • 32.2 Reviews. Various Authors
            • 32.2 Table of Contents
            • Carol V. Ruppe Distinguished Service Award
            • The Archaeology of Frustrated Ambition: An Australian Case Study. Graham Connah
            • Conversations with Lewis R. Binford on Historical Archaeology. Melburn D. Thurman
            • The Literature and Locations of Phoenix Buttons. Rodrick Sprague
            • Nail Chronology: The use of Technological Derived Features. Tom Wells
          • 32.3
            • To Market, To Market: Animal Husbandry in New England. Joanne Bowen
            • Botanical Remains from a Seventeenth-Century Privy at the Cross Street Back Lot Site. Dudek, Martin G.; Lawrence Kaplan; and Marie Mansfield King
            • Filling Boston’s Mill Pond. Nancy Seasholes
            • Forming the past. Jeffrey A. Butterworth
            • Great Expectations: The Public Interpretation Program for the Central Artery/Tunnel Project. GEORGESS MC HARGUE
            • Wharves, Privies, and the Pewterer: Two Colonial Period Sites on the Shawmut Peninsula, Boston. Joseph F. Balicki
            • The Central Artery/Tunnel Project preservation Program. Beth Anne Bower
            • 32.3 Introduction. Charles D.Cheek
            • Pollen Analysis of the Feature 4 Privy at the Cross Street Back Lot Site, Boston Massachusetts. Gerald K. Kelso
            • Textiles from the Seventeenth Century Privy at the Cross Street Back Lot Site. Margarett T. Ordonez and Linda Welters
          • 32.4
            • The Lost Flying Boat of Kaneohe Bay: Archaeology of the First U.S. Casualties of Pearl Harbor. BRADLEY A. RODGERS WENDY M. COBLE HANS K. VAN TILBURG
            • 32.4 J.C. Harrington Memorial
            • Metal Detector Use in Archaeology: An Introduction. Melissa Connor Douglas D. Scott
            • On the Earliest Products (ca. 1751- 1752) of the Worcester Porcelain Manufactory: Evidence from Sherds from the Warmstry House Site, England. J.V. Owen
            • 32.4 Reviews. Various Authors
            • 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. MICHAEL DIEHL JENNIFER A. WATERS J. HOMER THlEL
            • Seeing: The Power of Town Planning in the Chesapeake. MARK P. LEONE SILAS D. HURRY
            • Shifting Sand and Muddy Water: Historic Cartography and River Migration as Factors in Locating Steamboat Wrecks on the Far Upper Missouri River. Annalies Corbin
          • Volume 32, Number 1
          • Volume 32, Number 3
          • Volume 32, Number 4
          • Volume 32, Number 2
        • Vol 33 (1999)
          • 33.1
            • 33.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • (no title). ROBERT PAYNTER
            • 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. HEATHER J. GRIGGS
            • Internalizing Class in Historical Archaeology. LOU ANN WURST
            • Examining Gender, Class, and Ethnicity in Nineteenth-Century New York City. DIANA DIZEREGA WALL
            • Free From All Vicious Habits: Archaeological Perspectives on Class Conflict and the Rhetoric of Temperance. PAUL E. RECKNER STEPHEN A. BRIGHTON
            • The Archaeology of Middle- Class Domesticity and Gentility in Victorian Brooklyn. ROBERT K. FITTS
            • The Landscape of Class Negotiation on Coffee Plantations in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica: 1790-1850. JAMES A. DELLE
            • Race and the Genteel Consumer: Class and African- American Consumption, 1850-1 930. PAUL R. MULLINS
            • Introduction: Why Confront Class?. LOUANN WURST AND ROBERT K. FITTS
          • 33.2
            • Tarapaya: An Elite Spanish Residence near Colonial Potosi in Comparative Perspective. MARY VAN BUREN
            • John L.Cotter Award in Historical Archaeology
            • Comments on Historical Archaeology in the Next Millennium: A Forum. ROBERT L. SCHUYLER
            • Comments on Historical Archaeology in the Next Millennium: A Forum. WILLIAM B. LEES
            • Historical Archaeology in the Next Millenium: A Forum. DONALD L. HARDESTY
            • Historical Archaeology in the Next Millennium: A View from CRM. MARLESA A. GRAY
            • Interpreting Archaeological Data Through Correspondence Analysis. ROBERT ALAN CLOUSE
            • 33.2 Reviews
            • 33.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • A Conversation with John L. Cotter. Daniel G. Roberts
          • 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. MARTHA ZIERDEN
            • Slave and Servant Housing in Charleston, 1770-1 820. BERNARD L. HERMAN
            • The Metropolis and the Backcountry: The Making of a Colonial Landscape on the South Carolina Frontier. KENNETH E. LEWIS
            • After the Chinese Taste: Chinese Export Porcelain and Chinoiserie Design in Eighteen- Century Charleston. ROBERT A. LEATH
            • An Idea of Grandeur: Furnishing the Classical Interior in Charleston, 181 5-1 840. MAURIE D. MclNNlS
            • Backcountry and Lowcountry: Perspectives on Charleston in the Context of Trans-Atlantic Culture, 1700-1 850. CARTER L. HUDGINS
            • Gentility and Material Culture on the Carolina Frontier. DAVID COLIN CRASS BRUCE R. PENNER TAMMY R. FOREHAND
            • Introduction. MARTHA A. ZIERDEN BERNARD L. HERMAN
            • Pottery, Intercolonial Trade, and RevoI utio n : Domestic Earthenwares and the Development of an American Social Identity. CARL STEEN
          • 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. STEVEN R. PENDERY
            • Production of Animal Commodities at Plum Grove, Iowa City. WILLIAM E. WHITTAKER
            • Rual Modernization During the Recent Past: Farmstead Archaeology in the Aiken Plateau. MELANIE A. CABAK, MARK D. GROOVER, AND MARY M. INKROT
          • 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 Table of Contents and Cover
            • 34.1 Contributions
            • Errata
            • Filth, Garbage, and Rubbish: Refuse Disposal, Sanitary Reform, and Nineteenth Century Yard Deposits in Washington, D.C.. Brian D. Crane
            • The Parity of Privies: Summary Research on Privies in North Carolina. Linda F. Carnes-McNaughton Terry M. Harper
            • Interpreting the Latrines of the Johnsons Island Civil War Military Prison. David R. Bush
            • The Social Organization of a Boardinghouse: Archaeological Evidence from the Buffalo Waterfront. Elizabeth S. PENA Jacqueline Denmon
            • Theoretical and Methodological Considerations for Excavating Privies. Kathleen Wheeler
            • View From the Outhouse: What We Can Learn from the Excavation of Privies. Kathleen Wheeler
            • Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Privy Architecture and the Perception of Sanitation. M. Jay Stottman
          • 34.3
            • Culture Bought: Evidence of Creolization in the Consumer Goods of an Enslaved Bahamian Family. Laurie A. Wilkie
            • Creolization and the Archaeology of Multiethnic Households in the American South. Mark D. Groover
            • 34.3 Table of Contents and Cover
            • 34.3 Contributors
            • Creolization and Late Nineteenth Century Metis Vernacular Log Architecture on the South Saskatchewan River. David Burley
            • From Colonist to Creole: Archaeological Patterns of Spanish Colonization in the New World. Charles R. Ewen
            • 34.3 Introduction. Leland Ferguson
            • 34.3 Preface. Shannon Lee Dawdy
            • Representing Colonizers: An Archaeology of Creolization, Ethnogenesis, and Indigenous Material Culture among the Haida. Paul R. Mullins Robert Paynter
            • The Intersections of Colonial Policy and Colonial Practice: Creolization on the Eighteenth- Cent u r y Louisiana/Texas Frontier. Diana DiPaolo Loren
          • Volume 34, Number 2
          • Volume 34, Number 1
          • Volume 34, Number 4
          • Volume 34, Number 3
        • Vol 35 (2001)
          • 35.1
            • 35.1 Contributors
            • The Role and Future of Archaeology in Forensic Science. Scott, Douglas D. and Melissa Connor
            • Remote Sensing Applications in Forensic Investigations. Davenport, G. Clark
            • Firearms Identification in Support of Identifying a Mass Execution at El Mozote, El Salvador. Douglas D. Scott
            • Looking for a Needle in a Haystack: Developing Closer Relationships Between Law Enforcement Specialists and Archaeology. Sonderman, Robert C.
            • The Archaeology of Contemporary Mass Graves. Haglund, William D, Melissa Connor and Douglas D. Scott
            • Bad to the Bone? Historical Archaeologists in the Practice of Forensic Science. Crist, Thomas A.J.
            • Why the Forensic Anthropologist Needs the Archaeologist. Owsley, Dougas W.
            • Archaeology and Forensic Death Investigations. Haglund, William D.
            • Breaking Bread with the Dead. Stover, Eric and Molly Ryan
          • 35.2
            • 35-2-Table of Contents
            • 35.2 Reviews. Various authors
            • Provenience of Eighteenth-Century British Porcelain Sherds from Sites 3B and 4E, Fortress of Louisbourg, Nova Scotia: Constraints from Mineralogy, Bulk Paste, and Glaze Compositions. Owen, J. Victor
            • Commodity Flow and National Market Access: A Case Study from Interior Alaska. Adams, William Hampton, Peter M. Bowers, Robin Mills
            • Correlates of Contact: Epidemic Disease in Archaeological Context. Hutchison, Dale L., Jeffrey M. Mitchem
            • The Transformation of America: Georgian Sensibility, Capitalist Conspiracy, or Consumer Revolution?. Pogue, Dennis J.
            • The Archaeology of a "Destroyed Site", Surface Survey and Historical Documents at Civilian Conservation Corps Camp, Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico. Smith, Monica L.
            • Reply to Douglas V. Armstrong, Lu Ann De Cunzo, Gregory A. Waselkov, Donald L. Hardesty, and Roberta S. Greenwood. Cleland, Charles E.
            • Historical Archaeology Adrift?: Comments from CRM/West. Greenwood, Roberta S.
            • Comments on "Historical Archaeology Adrift". Hardesty, Donald L.
          • 35.4
            • 35.4 Table of Contents and Cover
            • 35.4 Carol V. Ruppe Distinguished Service Award: Norman F. Barka. Brown III, Marley R.
            • 35.4 JC Harrington Award 2001: Roberta S. Greenwood. Foster, John M.
            • A Conversation with Edward B. Jelks. Robert L. Schuyler
            • Delaware Archaeology and the Revolutionary Eighteenth Century. John Bedell
            • French Beads in France and Northeastern North America During Sixteenth Century. Laurier Turgeon
            • Linking Artifact Assemblages to Household Cycles, An Example from the Gibbs Site. Mark D. Groover
            • 35.4 Reviews. Various Authors
            • Society for Historical Archaeology Style Guide
            • The Archaeology of Military Politics: The Case Study of Castle Clinton. William A. Griswold
          • 35.4
            • 35.3 Table of Contents and Cover
            • 35.3 Contributors
            • Afterword: Becoming New York: The Five Points Neighborhood. Wall, Diana diZerega
            • The Rhetoric of Reform: The Five Points Missions and the Cult of Domesticity. Fitts, Robert
            • Negotiating Patriotism at the Five Points: Clay Tobacco Pipes and Patriotic Imagery among Trade Unionists and Nativists in a Nineteenth-Century New York Neighborhood. Reckner, Paul E.
            • "Suckers, Soap-Locks, Irishman and Plug-Uglies": Block 160, Municipal Politics and Local Control. Pitts, Reginald H.
            • "By Virtue of Reason and Nature": Competition and Economic Strategy in the Needletrades at New York’s Five Points, 1855-1880. Griggs, Heather J.
            • "Material Culture" : Conservation and Analysis of Textiles Recovered from Five Points. LaRoche, Cheryl J. and Gary S. McGowan
            • Good for What Ails You: Medicinal Uses at Five Points. Bonasera, Michael C. and Leslie Raymer
            • Prostitutes, a Rabbi, and a Carpenter–Dinner at the Five Points in the 1830s. Milne, C., and Pamela Crabtree
          • Volume 35, Number 2
          • Volume 35, Number 4
          • Volume 35, Number 1
          • Volume 35, Number 3
        • Vol 36 (2002)
          • 36.1
            • 36.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • 36.1 Contributors
            • Archaeobotany at Old Mobile. Kristen J. Germillion
            • Compositional Analysis of Glazed Earthenwares from Eighteenth-Century Sites on the Northern Gulf Coast. Jacqueline S. Olin M. James Blackman Jared E. Mitchem Gregory A. Waselkov
            • Chinese Porcelain at Old Mobile. Linda R. Shulsky
            • Continuity and Change in Apalachee Pottery Manufacture. Ann S. Cordell
            • Discussion: Towards an Archaeology of the French in America. Marcel Moussette
            • Earthfast (Pieux en Terre) Structures at Old Mobile. Bonnie L. Gums
            • Faience Styles in French ‘Colonial North America: A Revised Classification. Gregory A. Waselkov John A. Walthall
            • Faunal Remains from Old Mobile. Janet R. Clute Gregory A. Waselkov
          • 36.2
            • 36.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • 36.2 Reviews. Various authors
            • China or Prosser Button Identification and Dating. Sprague, Roderick
            • Curiosities and Conundrums: Deciphering Social Relations and the Material World at the Ben Schroeder Saddletree Factory and Residence in Madison, Indiana. Rotman, Deborah L. and John M. Staicer
            • Social Differentiation and Exchange among the Kumeyaay Indians during the Historic Period in California. Gamble, Lynn H. and Irma Carmen Zepeda
            • Artifacts of Empire: The Tale of a Gun. Connah, Graham and David Pearson
            • Recycling Bottles as Building Materials in the Pacific Islands. Adams, William Hampton
            • Detecting Economic: Variability in the Red River Settlement. Brenner, Bonnie Lee A. and Gregory G. Monks
            • Becoming American: The Archaeology of an Italian Immigrant. Fitts, Robert K.
          • 36.3
            • 36.3 Table of Contents and Cover
            • 36.3 Contributors
            • Commentary: Interpreting Variability and Change in Western Work Camps. Hardesty, Donald L.
            • Nothing But Tar Paper Shacks. Goddard, Richard A.
            • Health, Sanitation, and Diet in a Twentieth-Century Dam Construction Camp: A View from Butt Valley, California. Maniery, Mary L.
            • Work Camp Settlement Patterns: Landcsape-Scale Comparisons of Two Mining Camps in Southeastern Arizona. Gilliespie, William B. and Mary M. Farrell
            • The Unromantic West: Labor, Capital, and Struggle. McGuire, Randall H. and Paul Reckner
            • Struggling with Class Relations at a Los Angeles Aqueduct Construction Camp. Van Bueren, Thad M.
            • Industrial and Domestic Landscape of a California Oil Field. Baxter, R. Scott
            • Russian Exploration of Aleuts and Fur Seals: The Archaeology of Eighteenth- and Early-Nineteenth-Century Settlements in the Pribilof Islands, Alaska. Veltre, Douglas W. and Allan P. McCartney
          • 36.4
            • 36.4 Table of Contents and Cover
            • 36.4 Reviews. Various authors
            • Myth, Migration, and Material Culture: Archaeology and the Ulster Influence on Appalachia. Horning, Audrey J.
            • Boss of the Road: Early-Twentieth-Century Consumer Selections of Work Clothing from Labama Gates Work Camp, Owens Valley, California. Psota, Sunshine
            • The Role of Resistivity Survey in Historic Site Assessment and Management: An Example from Fort Riley, Kansas. Hargrave, Michael L, Lewis E. Somers, Thomas K. Larson, Richard Shields, and John Dendy
            • Machine Cut Nails and Wire Nails: American Production and Use for Dating 19-Century and Early-20th-Century Sites. Adams, William Hampton
            • Cultural Coherency and Resistance in Historic-Period Northwest-Coast Mortuary Practices at Kimsquit. Prince, Paul
            • The Maintenance of Cultural and Personal Identities of Enslaved Africans and British Soldiers at the brimstone Hill Fortress, St. Kitts, West Indies. Schroedl, Gerald and Todd M. Ahlman
            • Preservation of Waterlogged Wooden Buttons and Threads: A Case Study. Smith, C. Wayne
            • The Development of Historical Archaeology in Israel: An Overview and Prospects. Baram, Uzi
          • Volume 36, Number 4
          • Volume 36, Number 3
          • Volume 36, Number 2
          • Volume 36, Number 1
        • Vol 37 (2003)
          • 37.1
            • 37.1 Table of Contents and Cover
            • 37.1 Contributors
            • Problem Orientation in Australian Historical Archaeology. Connah, Graham
            • The Archaeology of Crisis: Shipwreck Survivor Camps in Australia. Gibbs, Martin
            • Showdown in the Pacific: A Remote Response to European Power Struggles in the Pacific, Dawes Point Battery, Sydney, 1791-1925. Johnson, A. Wayne
            • Annales-Informed Approaches to the Archaeology of Colonial Australia. Staniforth, Mark
            • (Re) Constructing a Lost Community:. Murray, Tim and Alan Mayne
            • The Ethos of Return: Erasure and Reinstatement of Aboriginal Visibility in the Australian Historical Landscape. Byrne, Denis
            • "The Absence of Ghosts" : Landscape and Identity in the Archaeology of Australia’s Settler Culture. Ireland, Tracey
            • Revisiting the Worldview: The Archaeology of Convict Households in Sydney’s Rocks Neighborhood. Karskens, Grace
          • 37.2
            • 37.2 Table of Contents and Cover
            • 37.2 Reviews. Various authors
            • To Feed a Tree in Zion: Osteological Analysis of the 1857 Mountain Meadows Massacre. Novak, Shannon A. and Derinna Kopp
            • The Ties That Bind: Economic and Social Interaction in Early-Colonial New Mexico, A.D. 1598-1680. Trigg, Heather B.
            • Dating Historical Sites: The Importance of Understanding Time Lag in the Acquisition, Curation, Use, and Disposal of Artifacts. Adams, William Hampton
            • Clay Faces in an Abolitionist Church: The Wesleyan Methodist Church in Syracuse, New York. Armstrong, Douglas V. and LouAnn Wurst
            • A Conversation with Kathleen Kirk Gilmore. Tunnell, Curtis D.
            • 37.2 John L. Cotter Award: Elizabeth J. Kellar. Majewski, Teresita
          • 37.3
            • 37.3 Table of Contents and Cover
            • 37.3 Contributors
            • Heyward Shepherd: The Faithful Slave Memorial. Shackel, Paul A.
            • Reinterpreting Manassas: The Nineteenth-Century African American Community at Manassas National Battlefield Park. Reeves, Matthew B.
            • Integrating Segregated Urban Landscapes of the Late-Nineteenth and Early-Twentieth Centuries. Larsen, Eric L.
            • The Hector Backbone: A Quiescent Landscape of Conflict. Delle, James A., and Patrick Heaton
            • Conflict and the Interpretation of Palmares, a Brazilian Runaway Polity. Funari, Pedro Paulo A.
            • The Ludlow Massacre: Class, Warfare, and Historical Memory in Southern California. Walker, Mark
            • Oral Tradition and Archaeology: Conflict and Concordance Examples from Two Indian War Sites. Scott, Douglas D.
            • European Military Sites as Ideological Landscapes. Blades, Brooke S.
          • 37.4
            • 37.4 Table of Contents and Front Matter
            • 37.4 Reviews. Various authors
            • Perspectives on the Early-Nineteenth-Century Frontier Occupations of the Missouri Ozarks. Wettstaed, James R.
            • The Geochemistry of Worcester Porcelain from Dr. Wall to Royal Worcester: 150 Years of Innovation. Owen, J. Victor
            • Class and Gender in Nineteenth-Century Rural Michigan: The Merriman-Sharp Hillside Farm. Nickolai, Carol A.
            • Map and Database Construction for an Historic Cemetery: Methods and Applications. Liebens, Johan
            • Spanish Botijas or Olive Jars from the Santo Domingo Monastery, La Antigua Guatemala. Carruthers, Clive
            • An Encounter in the Baroque Age: French and Amerindians in North America. Moussette, Marcel
            • Russian Colonization: The Implications of Mercantile Colonial Practices in the North Pacific. Lightfoot, Kent G.
            • Colonial Origins and Colonial Transformations in Spanish America. Deagan, Kathleen
          • Volume 37, Number 4
          • Volume 37, Number 3
          • Volume 37, Number 2
          • Volume 37, Number 1
        • Vol 38 (2004)
          • 38.1
            • 38.1 Table of Contents/Cover
            • 38.1 Contributors
            • Considering the Future of African American Archaeology. Wilkie, Laurie A.
            • Critical Race Theory and the Archaeology of the African Diaspora. Epperson, Terrence W.
            • Race, the National Register, and Cultural Resource Management: Creating an Historic Context for Postbellum Sites. Barile, Kerri S.
            • Ethnographic Analogy, Archaeology, and the African Diaspora: Perspectives from a Tenant Community. Brown, Kenneth L.
            • The Beginning and Future of African American Archaeology in Mississippi. Young, Amy L.
            • Making History in Banda: Reflections on the Construction of Africa’s Past. Stahl, Ann
            • Archaeology of the African Diaspora in Latin America. Weik, Terrance
            • Resistance and Compliance: CRM and the Archaeology of the African Diaspora. Joseph, J.W.
          • 38.2
            • 38.2.Table of Contents/Cover
            • 38.2 Reviews. Various authors
            • 38.2 Memorial: George Irving Quimby, 1913-2003. Cleland, Charles E. and Vergil E. Noble
            • 38.2 Memorial: James Fanto Deetz, 1930-2000. Brown, Marley Brown III
            • Writing for Many: Interdisciplinary Communication, Constructionism, and the Practices of Writing. Stahl, Ann, Rob Mann, and Diana DiPaolo Loren
            • A Seventeenth-Century Colonial Cottage Industry: New Evidence and a Dating Formula for Colono Tobacco Pipes in the Chesapeake. Monroe, J. Cameron and Seth Mallios
            • Moved Buildings: A Hidden Factor in the Archaeology of the Built Environment. Faulkner, Charles H.
            • Rituals Captured in Context and Time: Charm Use in North Dallas Freedman’s Town (1869-1907), Dallas, Texas. Davidson, James M.
            • An East Indian Laborers’ Household in Nineteenth-Century Jamaica: A Case for Understanding Cultural Diversity through Space, Chronology, and Material Analysis. Armstrong, Douglas and Mark W. Hauser
            • 38.2 John L. Cotter Award 2003: Timothy Scarlett. Hardesty, Donald L.
          • 38.3
            • 38.3 Table of Contents/Cover
            • 38.3 Appendix: Presidios of Northern New Spain. Williams, Jack S.
            • El Presidio de San Francisco: At the Edge of Empire. Blind, Eric Brandan, Barbara L. Voss, Sannie Kenton Osborn, and Leo R. Barker
            • San Diego Presidio: A Vanished Military Community of Upper California. Williams, Jack S.
            • The Presidio of San Antonio de Bexar: Historical and Archaeological Research. Ivey, James E.
            • The Archaeology of Presidio San Saba: A Preliminary Report. Walter, Tamra L.
            • A Clash of Two Cultures: Presidio La Bahia on the Texas Coast as a Deterrent to French Incursion. Bruseth, James E. Jeffrey J. Durst, Tiffany Osburn, Kathleen Gilmore, Kay Hindes, Nancy Reese, Barbara Meissner, and Mike Davis
            • Presidio Los Adaes: Spanish, French, and Caddoan Interaction on the Northern Frontier. Gregory, H.F, George Avery, Aubra L. Lee, and Jay C. Blaine
            • Presidio Santa Mar a De Galve (1698-1719): A Frontier Garrison in Spanish West Florida. Bense, Judith A.
            • La Ciudad de San Agustin: A European Fighting Presidio in Eighteenth-Century La Florida. Halbirt, Carl D.
          • 38.4
            • 38.4 Table of Contents and Cover
            • 38.4 Errata
            • 38.4 Reviews. Various Authors
            • E.C. Waters and Development of a Turn-of-the-Century Tourist Economy in Yellowstone National Park. Russell, Matthew A., James E. Bradford, and Larry E. Murphy
            • Sands Blow Desparately: Land-Use History and Site Integrity at Camp Ford, a Confederate POW Camp in East Texas. Thoms, Alston V.
            • Recent Evidence for Broad Window Glass in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century America. Scharfenberger, Gerard P.
            • Labors Heritage: Remembering the American Industrial Landscape. Shackel, Paul A.
            • Household Succession as a Catalyst of Landscape Change. Groover, Mark D.
            • North Atlantic Fishes in Inland Context: Pickled Mackerel (Scomber scombrus) in the Historic Period. Klippel, Walter E. and Judith A. Sichler
            • 38.4 John L. Cotter Award 2004: Annalies Corbin. Scott, Douglas D.
          • Volume 38, Number 4
          • Volume 38, Number 3
          • Volume 38, Number 2
          • Volume 38, Number 1
      • 2005
        • 39.2
          • 39.2 Table of Contents
          • 39.2 Reviews. Various authors
          • Social Flux at the Naval Establishment at Penetanguishene, Lake Huron, 1817-1834. Triggs, John R.
          • Back to the Bowl: Using English Tobacco Pipebowls to Calculate Mean Site-Occupation Dates. Mallios, Seth
          • Excavating the Dugout House of Norwegian Immigrant Anna Byberg Christopherson Goulson, Swift County, Minnesota. Linebaugh, Donald W.
          • Eighteenth-Century Redware Folk Terms and Vessel Forms: A Survey of Utilitarian Wares from Southeastern Pennsylvania. Gibble, Patricia E.
          • Regulars and ‘Irregulars": British and Provincial Variability among Eighteenth- Century Military Frontiers. Farry, Andrew
          • Health and Disease in Nineteenth-Century San Francisco: Skeletal Evidence from a Forgotten Cemetery. Buzon, Michele R., Philip L. Walker, Francine Drayer Verhagen, and Susan L. Kerr
        • 39.2
          • 39.1 Table of Contents.
          • Archaeologists in the Brothel: "Sin City", Historical Archaeology and Prostitution. Gilfoyle, Timothy J.
          • Comments on. Wall, Diana diZerega
          • City of Angels, City of Sine: Archaeology in the Los Angeles Red-Light District ca. 1900. Meyer, Michael D., Erica S. Gibson, and Julia G. Costello
          • Brothels and Saloons: An Archaeology of Gender in the American West. Spude, Catherine Holder
          • Public Image and Private Reality: An Analysis of Differentiation in a Nineteenth-Century St. Paul Bordello. Ketz, K. Anee, Elizabeth J. Abel, and Andrew J. Schmidt
          • Mary Ann Hall’s House. Seifert, Donna J. and Joseph Balicki
          • Illicit Congress in the Nation’s Capital: The History of Mary Ann Hall’s Brothel. O'Brien, Elizabeth
          • Babies in the Privy: Prostitution, Infanticide, and Abortion in New York City’s Five Points District. Crist, Thomas A.
          • Wealthy, Free, and Female: Prostitution in Nineteenth-Century New York. Yamin, Rebecca
        • 39.3
          • 39.3 Table of Contents
          • The Landscape of Inupiat Eskimo Labor. Cassell, Mark S.
          • The Landscape of Van Winkle’s Mill: Identity, Myth, and Modernity in the Ozark Upland South. Brandon, Jamie C. and James M. Davidson
          • Landscapes of Resistance: A View of Nineteenth-Century Chesapeake Bay Oyster Fishery. Botwick, Bradord and Debra A. McClane
          • Creating and Domesticating Hungary’s Social Industrial Landscape: From Dunapentele to Sztalinvaros, 1950-1958. Pittaway, Mark
          • The Dynamite Factory: An Industrial Landscape in Late-Nineteenth-Century South Africa. Behrens, Joanna
          • Mining Landscapes and Colonial Rule in Early-Twentieth-Century Cyprus. Given, Michael
          • Early Pastoral Landscapes and Culture Contact in Central Australia. Paterson, Alistair
          • The Material Culture of an Industrial Artifact: Interpreting Control, Defiance, and Everyday Resistance at the New South Wales Eveleigh Railway Workshops. Taksa, Lucy
          • Perspectives on Landscapes of Industrial Labor. Cassell, Mark S. and Myron O. Stachiw
        • 39.4
          • 39.4 Table of Contents
          • 39.4 Reviews. Various authors
          • 39-4-Erratum
          • Perspective and Surveillance in Eighteenth-Century Maryland Gardens, Including William Paca’s Garden on Wye Island. Leone, Mark P., James M. Harmon and Jessica Neuwirth
          • Material Expressions of Social Inequality on a Porfirian Sugar Hacienda in Yucatan, Mexico. Meyers, Allan D.
          • Unfired Brandon Gunflints from the Presidio Santa Maria de Galve, Pensacola, Florida. Honerkamp, Nicholas and Norma Harris
          • Faith and Practice at an Early-Eighteenth-Century Wampanoag Burial Ground: The Waldo Farm Site in Dartmouth, Massachusetts. Hodge, Christina J.
          • Space and Structure at an Australian Timber Camp. Davies, Peter
          • Target Architecture of a Suspected Firing Range at Fort Fred Steele, Wyoming. Hanson, Mark D.
          • Public Dialectics: Marxist Reflection in Archaeology. Matthews, Christopher N.
        • Volume 39, Number 4
        • Volume 39, Number 3
        • Volume 39, Number 2
        • Volume 39, Number 1
    • Journals 2007-2015
      • Vol 40 (2006)
        • 40.1
          • 40.1 Table of Contents and Cover
          • A Feminist Theoretical Approach to the Historical Archaeology of Utopian Communities. Spencer-Wood, Suzanne
          • Between Vision and Practice: Archaeological Perspectives on the Llano del Rio Cooperative. Van Bueren, Thad M.
          • Doukhobor Identity and Communalism at Kirilovka Village Site. Kozakavich, Stacy C.
          • Archaeological Identification of an Idiosyncratic Lifestyle: Excavation and Analysis of the Theosophical Scoiety Dump, San Diego, California. Van Wormer, Stephen R. and G. Timothy Gross
          • Representing Utopia: The Case of Cyrus Teed’s Koreshan Unity Settlement. Tarlow, Sarah A.
          • The Quaker Burying Ground in Alexandria, Virginia: A Study of Burial Practices of the Religious Society of Friends. Bromberg, Francine W. and Steven J. Shephard
          • The Ties That Bind: Ideology, Material Culture, and the Utopian Ideal. Van Wormer, Heather M.
          • Social Status and Landscape in a Nineteenth-Century Planned Industrial Alternative Community: Archaeology and Geography of Feltville, New Jersey. Tomaso, Matthew S., Richard F. Veit, Carissa A. DeRooy and Stanley L. Walling
          • Envisioning Utopia: Transcendentalist and Fourierist Landscapes at Brook Farm, West Roxbury, Massachusetts. Preucel, Robert W. and Steven R. Pendery
        • 40.2
          • 40.2 Table of Contents and Cover. Fowler, Don D.
          • 40.2 Reviews. Various authors
          • Churches as Catholic Burial Places: Excavations at the San Francisco Church, Venezuela. Zucchi, Alberta
          • The Color Purple: Dating Solarized Amethyst Container Glass. Lockhart, Bill
          • Symbolic Violence and Landscape Pedagogy: An Illustration from the Irish Countryside. Orser, Charles E., Jr.
          • Metal Tools and the Transformation of an Oceanic Exchange System. Fitzpatrick, Scott M., Annie Caruso and Jenna E. Boyle
          • John L. Cotter Award in Historical Archaeology. Noble, Vergil E.
          • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology. Fowler, Don D.
        • 40.3
          • 40.3 Table of Contents and Cover
          • The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Bioarchaeology and the Modern Gun Culture Debate. Crist, Thomas A.
          • The Man in the Iron Coffin: An Interdisciplinary Effort to Name the Past. Owsley, Douglas W., Karin S. Bruwelheide, Larry W. Cartmell, Sr., Laurie E. Burgess, Shelly J. Foote, Skye M. Chang, and Nick Fielder
          • Skeletal Remains from the Confederate Naval Sailor and Marines’ Cemetery, Charleston, SC. Stevens, William D. and Jonathan M. Leader
          • Ground-Penetrating Radar Techniques to Discover and Map Historic Graves. Conyers, Lawrence B.
          • Search for the Grave of William Preston Longley, Hanged Texas Gunfighter. Owsley, Douglas W., Brooks B. Ellwood, and Terry Melton
          • Sampling Skeletal Remains for Ancient DNA (aDNA): A Measure of Success. Leney, Mark D.
          • Survival of Biological Evidence on Artifacts: Applying Forensic Techniques at the Boston Saloon, Virginia City, Nevada. Dixon, Kelly J.
          • Genetic Archaeology: The Recovery and Interpretation of Nuclear DNA from a Nineteenth-Century Hypodermic Syringe. Schablitsky, Julie
          • Forensic Technology and the Historical Archaeologist. Schablitsky, Julie, Kelly J. Dixo and Mark D. Leney
        • 40.4
          • Indian and European Contact: The Mid-Atlantic Region. Edited by Charles R. Ewen
          • Feast or Famine? Seventeenth-Century English Colonial Diet at Ferryland, Newfoundland. Lisa M. Hodgetts
          • Pigs in Charleston, South Carolina: Using Specimen Counts to Consider Status. Elizabeth J. Reitz, Barbara L. Ruff, Martha A. Zierden
          • The Abandoned Ships Project: An Overview of the Archaeology of Deliberate Watercraft Discard in Australia. Nathan Richards, Mark Staniforth
          • Bush Hill: Material Life at a Working Plantation. Melanie A. Cabak, Mark D. Groover
          • Geophysical Exploration for Buried Buildings. Bruce W. Bevan
          • Ethnoarchaeology of Subsistence Behaviors within a Rural African American Community: Implications for Interpreting Vertebrate Faunal Data from Slave Quarters Areas of Antebellum Plantation Sites. Michael W. Tuma
          • 40.4 Table of Contents and Cover
        • Volume 40, Number 4
        • Volume 40, Number 3
        • Volume 40, Number 2
        • Volume 40, Number 1
      • Vol 41 (2007)
        • 41.1
          • 41.1 Cover
          • (no title)
          • Images of the Holy Land: The David Roberts Paintings as Artifacts of 1830s Palestine. Uzi Baram
          • Imaging the Scottish Highlands. Amy Gazin-Schwartz
          • Mapped Landscapes: The Politics of Metaphor, Knowledge, and Representation on Nineteenth-Century Irish Ordnance Survey Maps. Angle Smith
          • Fixing Farms: Pondering Farm Scenes from the Vanity Press. LouAnn Wurst
          • The Archaeological Gaze: Surveying the Landscape of Social Power in Portraiture in Colonial New England. Lorinda B. R. Goodwin
          • True Portraitures of the Indians, and of Their Own Peculiar Conceits of Dress: Discourses of Dress and Identity in the Great Lakes, 1830-1850. Rob Mann
          • Corporeal Concerns: Eighteenth-Century Casta Paintings and Colonial Bodies in Spanish Texas. Diana DiPaolo Loren
          • Still Life with Tobacco: The Archaeological Uses of Dutch Art. Julia A. King
        • 41.2
          • Crossing the Great Divide. Lain Stuart
          • Response to Comments by Little, Noble, and Purser. William B. Lees Julia A. King
          • 41.2 Cover
          • 41.2 Table of Contents
          • Blacksmithing Dictionary. John D. Light
          • What Are We Learning? Who Are We Serving? Publicly Funded Historical Archaeology and Public Scholarship. Barbara J. Little
          • Forum: What Are We Really Learning through Publicly Funded Historical Archaeology ( and Is It Worth the Considerable Expense. William B. Lees Julia A. King
          • Making Connections: Beyond the Confines of Compliance. Noble, Vergil E.
          • What This Place Needs Is a Few More Cats. Purser, Margaret
          • Historians and Archaeologist: An English Perspective. Paul Courtney
        • 41.3
          • 41.3 Table of Contents and Cover
          • 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. McNeary, Rory William Adamson
          • On the Banks of the Bann: The Riverine Economy of an Ulster Plantation Village. Horning, Audrey J.
          • Archaeology of the Strangford Lough Kelp Industry in the Eighteenth- and Early-Nineteenth Centuries. McErlean, Thomas C.
          • The Sequence of Early Christian Period Horizontal Tide Mills at Nendrum Monastery: An Interim Statement. McErlean, Thomas C., Caroline Earwood, Dermot Morroe, and Eileen Murphy
          • Bantry Bay, County Cork, a Fortified Maritime Landscape. Forsythe, Wes
          • The French Shipwreck La Surveillante, Lost in Bantry Bay, Ireland, in 1797. Breen, Colin and Wes Forsythe
          • Investigations of Taymouth Castle, a Nineteenth-Century Composite Ship Lost off the Coast of Northern Ireland. Callaghan, Claire, Colin Breen, and Moir Ni Loingsigh
          • The Assimilation of Marine Geophysical Data into the Maritime Sites and Monuments Record, Northern Ireland. Quinn, Rory
          • A Preliminary Analysis of Historic Shipwrecks in Northern Ireland. Breen, Colin, Rory Quinn, and Wes Forsythe
        • Volume 41, Number 4
        • Volume 41, Number 3
        • Volume 41, Number 2
        • Volume 41, Number 1
      • Vol 42 (2008)
        • 42.1
          • 42.1 Table of Contents
          • Urban Archaeology at the Site of the Argosy Casino: The Materiality of Social Change in the Canal Town of Lawrenceburg, Southern Indiana. Deborah L. Rotman, R. Berle Clay
          • Seneca Village and Little Africa: Two African American Communities in Antebellum New York City. Diana diZerega Wall, Nan A. Rothschild, Cynthia Copeland
          • Revisiting Living in Cities. Paul R. Mullins, Mark S. Warner
          • Epilogue: An Historical Anthropology of American Cities. Stephen A. Mrozowski
          • Cats Here, Cats There, Cats and Kittens Everywhere:An Urban Extermination of Cats in Nineteenth-Century Cincinnati. Mark S. Warner, Robert A. Genheimer
          • Aristocracies of Labor: Craft Unionism, Immigration, and Working-Class Households in West Oakland, California. Mark Walker
          • Living in Cities Today. Edward Staski
          • Plats and Place: The Transformation of 19th Century Speculation Townsites on the Sacramento River. Margaret Purser, Noelle Shaver
          • Marketing in a Multicultural Neighborhood:An Archaeology of Corner Stores in the Urban Midwest. Paul R. Mullins
        • 42.2
          • 42.2 Table of Contents
          • 42.2 Review. Various Authors
          • The Politics of a Global Archaeology of Race and the Color Line: Response to Armstrong, Bell, Brandon, and Dawdy. Paul R. Mullins
          • Excavating the Present, Vindicating the Dead. Shannon Lee Dawdy
          • Disparate Diasporas and Vindicationist Archaeologies: Some Comments on Excavating America’s Metaphor. Jamie C. Brandon
          • On the Politics and Possibilities for Operationalizing Vindicationist Historical Archaeologies. Alison Bell
          • Excavating African American Heritage: Towards a More Nuanced Understanding of the African Diaspora. Douglas V. Armstrong
          • Excavating America’s Metaphor: Race, Diaspora, and Vindicationist Archaeologies. Paul R. Mullins
          • The Archaeology of Temporary Construction Devices on Historic Building Sites in the Southeast. Charles H. Faulkner
          • In Search of Unique Iberian Ship Design Concepts. Filipe Castro
        • 42.3
          • 42.3 Table of Contents
          • Archaeology and Architecture of the Overseas Chinese: A Bibliography. Peter D. Schulz, Rebecca Allen
          • The Asian American Comparative Collection: A Unique Resource for Archaeologists and Historians. Priscilla Wegars
          • Organizational Resources, in the Archaeology of Overseas Chinese, Chinese Immigrants,and Chinese Americans
          • On Tracking Hua Kiu: A Chinese American Historian’s View. Connie Young Yu
          • The Strange and Unusual:Material and Social Dimensions of Chinese Identity. Paul R. Mullins
          • The Luck of Third Street:Archaeology of Chinatown, San Bernardino, California. Julia G. Costello, Kevin Hallaran, Keith Warren, Margie Akin
          • Transnational Identity and Mortuary Material Culture: The Chinese Plantation Cemetery in Pahala, Hawaii. Chana Kraus-Friedberg
          • Roots Entwined: Archaeology of an Urban Chinese American Cemetery. Nicholas J. Smits
          • The Chinese Experience in Deadwood, South Dakota. Rose Estep Fosha, Christopher Leatherman
        • 42.4
          • 42.4 Table of Contents
          • 42.4 Reviews. Various Authors
          • A Pledge of Peace: Evidence of the Cochise-Howard Treaty Campsite. Deni J. Seymour, George Robertson
          • Degrees of Alienation: The Material Evidence of the Irish and Irish American Experience, 1850-1910. Stephen A. Brighton
          • Seventeenth-Century Metal Production at San Marcos Pueblo, North-Central New Mexico. Ann F. Ramenofsky, C. David Vaughan, Michael N. Spilde
          • Foodways, Economic Status, and the Antebellum Upland South in Central Kentucky. Tanya M. Peres
          • Dietary Variability among a Sample of United States Soldiers during the War of 1812. Laura A. Raynor, Douglas J. Kennett
          • The Presentation of Self in Rural Life: The Use of Space at a Connected Farmstead. Ben Ford
          • Looking South: Historical Archaeology in South America. Andrs Zarankin, Melisa A. Salerno
          • The Market for Meat in Colonial Cuenca: A Seventeenth-Century Urban Faunal Assemblage from the Southern Highlands of Ecuador. Ross W. Jamieson
        • Volume 42, Number 1
        • Volume 42, Number 4
        • Volume 42, Number 2
        • Volume 42, Number 3
      • vol 43 (2009)
        • 43.1
          • Mortality Symbols in Action: Protestant and Catholic Memorials in Early-Eighteenth-Century West Ulster. Harold Mytum
          • Sacred Landscapes: Material Evidence of Ideological and Ethnic Choice in Long Island, New York, Gravestones, 1680-1800. Gaynell Stone
          • "Resolved to Strike Out a new Path" – Consumerism and Iconographic Change in New Jersey Gravestones, 1680-1820. Richard F. Veit
          • "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. John W. Lawrence, Paul W. Schopp, Robert J. Lore
          • "Carry Me to Yon Kirk Yard" – An Investigation of Changing Burial Practices in the Seventeenth- Century Cemetery at St. Mary’s City, Maryland. Timothy B. Riordan
          • Archaeology and Ethnohistory on the Spanish Colonial Periphery: Excavations at the Templo Colonial in Nicoya, Guanacaste, Costa Rica. John W. Lawrence
          • The John Street Methodist Church: An archaeological Excavation with Native American Cooperation. Sherene Baugher
          • Tea in God’s Light: An Analysis of Artifacts from the Friends Meetinghouse Site, Burlington, New Jersey. Jeanne A. Ward, John P. McCarthy
          • Upon This Rock: Salvage Archaeology at the Early-Eighteenth-Century Holmdel Baptist Church. Gerard P. Scharfenberger
          • Historical Archaeology, of Religious Sites, and Cemeteries. Richard F. Veit, Sherene B. Baugher, Gerard P. Scharfenberger
        • 43.2
          • 43.2 Table of Contents
          • 43.2 Reviews
          • John L. Cotter Award in Historical Archaeology. Carol McDavid
          • J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology. Richard F. Veit
          • Memorial for Norman Barka. Richard F. Veit
          • An Interview with Roderick Sprague. Darby C. Stapp
          • Farm and Factory: Agricultural Production Strategies and the Cheese and Butter Industry. James G. Gibb, David J. Benrstein, Stephen Zipp
          • Alcohol, Tobacco, and Excessive Animal Protien: The Question of an Adequate Diet in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake. Thao T. Phung, Julia A. King, Douglas H. Ubelaker
          • Bricks and Mortar: A Method for Identifying Construction Phases in Multistage Structures. Pamela A. Smith, Richard M. Smith
          • Rim Codes: A Pacific Coast Dating System for Milk Bottles. Peter D. Schultz, Bill Lockhart, Carol Serr, Bill Lindsey
        • 43.3
          • 43.3 Table of Contents
          • Current Research in Australia and New Zealand: An Overview. Alistair G. Paterson, Barbara J. Heath
          • From Stain to Saint: Ancestry, Archaology, and Agendas in Tasmania’s Convict Heritage–A View from Port Arthur. Greg Jackman
          • Shipwreck Cargoes: Approaches to Material Culture in Australian Maritime Archaeology. Mark Staniforth
          • Lake Innes: Identifying Socioeconomic Status in the Archaeological Record. Graham Connah
          • A Changed Landscape: Horticulture and Gardening in the Adelaide Hills Face Zone, South Australia, 1836-1890. Susan Piddock, Pam Smith, F. Donald Pate
          • The Idealology of Domesticity and the Working-Class Women and Children of Port Adelaide, 1840-1890. Susan Lampard
          • Children in Paradise: Growing Up on the Australian Goldfields. Johnathan Prangnell, Kate Quirk
          • Using Geodatabases to Generate "Living Documents" for Archaeology – A Case Study from the Otago Goldfields, New Zealand. Edward Gonzalez-Tennant
          • Imagining the Moravian Mission: Space and Surveillance at the Former Ebenezer Mission, Victoria, Southeastern Australia. Jane Lydon
        • 43.4
          • 43.4 Table of Contents
          • Missions, Missionaries, and Native Americans: Long-Term Processes and Daily Practices. John H. Hann
          • The History of Witchcraft: Sorcerers, Heretics, and Pagans. Jeff Wanser
          • Dreams of the Americas: Overview of the New France Archaeology. Kendra Kennedy
          • Guide to Documentary Sources for Andean Studies, 1530-1900. Jeremy Ravi Mumford
          • Archaeology as Political Action. Sarah E. Cowie
          • Archaeological Ethics and Capitalism: From Ethics to Politics. Stephen A Brighton
          • Lost Architecture of the Rio Grande Borderlands. Thomas H. Charlton
          • French Colonial Pottery: An International Conference. Myriam Arcangeli
          • What Can Archaeology Do for Justice, Peace, Community, and the Earth? — Response to Comments. Barbara J. Little
        • Volume 43, Number 4
        • Volume 43, Number 3
        • Volume 43, Number 2
        • Volume 43, Number 1
      • vol 44 (2010)
        • 44.1
          • 44.1 Table of Contents
          • 44.1 Cover
          • Conditions of Subject and Object. Abdul Alkalimat (Gerald McWorter)
          • Damaging Detours: Routes, Racism, and New Philadelphia. Christopher C. Fennell
          • Separated by Death and Color: The African American Cemetery of New Philadelphia, Illinois. Charlotte King
          • Education and Gender in New Philadelphia. Emily G. Helton
          • Voices of New Philadelphia: Memories and Stories of the People and Place. Carrie A. Christman
          • Courtly, Careful, Thrifty: Subsistence and Regional Origin at New Philadelphia. Terrance J. Martin, Claire Fuller Martin
          • Agriculture and Regionalism at New Philadelphia. Claire Fuller Martin, Terrance J. Martin
          • Identity and Collective Action in a Multiracial Community. Paul A. Shackel
        • 44.2
          • An Interview with Stanley A. South. J.W. Joseph
          • The Fighting Irish: Historical Archaeology of Nineteenth-Century Catholic Immigrant Experiences in South Bend, Indiana. Deborah L. Rotman
          • Industry, Entrepreneurship, and Patronage: Lewis Wernwag and the Developments of Virginius Island. Paul A. Shackel, Matthew Palus
          • Rethinking Mission Land Use and the Archaeological Record in California: An Example from Santa Clara. Rebecca Allen
          • Incumbents and Challengers: Indigenous Politics and the Adoption of Spanish Material Culture in Colonial Xaltocan, Mexico. Enrique Rodriguez-Alegria
          • Butchers and Shamans: Zooarchaeology at a Central Mexican Hacienda. Elizabeth Terese Newman
          • Outfitting the Paper Wreck. Filipe Castro, Nuno Fonseca, Audrey Wells
          • Reading the Rings: Decoding Iconographic. Carol I. Mason
        • 44.3
          • 44.3 Table of Contents
          • 44.3 Cover
          • New and Forgotten Paradigms: The Environment and Economics in Historical Archaeology. Stephen A. Mrozowski
          • Tectonics of a Virginia Castle: Environmental Archaeology at Alexander SpotswoodÕs Mansion at Germanna. Kerri S. Barile
          • Caribou to Cod: Moravian Missionary Influence on Inuit Subsistence Strategies. Beatrix Arendt
          • Alta California Missions and the Pre-1849 Transformation of Coastal Lands. Rebecca Allen
          • Fueling the Fire: Examining Caribbean Colonial Relations Between Humans and the Environment. Sean F. Britt
          • Labor and Agricultural Production at Sylvester Manor Plantation, Shelter Island, New York. Heather B. Trigg and David B. Landon
          • Environmental Archaeology and Landscape Transformation at the Seventeenth-Century Ferryland Site, Newfoundland. Allison Bain, Marie-Annick Prevost
          • New World with a New Sky: Climatic Variability, Environmental Expectations, and the Historical Period Colonization of Eastern North America. Marcy Rockman
        • 44.4
          • Memorial Kathleen Kirk Gilmore, 1914-2010
          • Feminist Theoretical Perspectives on the Archaeology of Poverty: Gendering Institutional Lifeways in the Northeastern United States from the Eighteenth Century through the Nineteenth Century. Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood
          • Elixir of Emigration: Soda Water and the Making of Irish Americans in Nineteenth Century New York City. Meredith B. Linn
          • The Complexities of Consumption: Eastern Pequot Cultural Economics in Eighteenth-Century New England. Stephen W. Silliman, Thomas A. Witt
          • The Archaeology of a Pioneer Family Cemetery in Western Oregon, 1854-1879. Thomas J. Connelly, Christopher L. Ruiz, Jeanne McLaughlin, Guy L. Tasa, Elizabeth Kallenbach
          • Historical Dendroarchaeology in the El Malpais Area: Lessons from the Savage Homestead. Ronald H. Tower, Pearce Paul Creasman
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        • Volume 44, Number 4
        • Volume 44, Number 2
        • Volume 44, Number 1
        • Volume 44, Number 3
      • vol 45 (2011)
        • 45.1
          • An Historical Perspective of Civic Engagement and Interpreting Cultural Diversity in Arrow Rock, Missouri. Timothy E. Baumann
          • Pursuing Heritage, Engaging Communities. Paul A. Shackel
          • Civic Engagements in Museum Anthropology: A Prolegomenon for the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Stephen E. Nash, Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh, Steven Holen
          • Epilogue: Perspectives on Community Archaeology. Helaine Silverman
          • Collaborative Archaeology and Strategic Essentialism: Native Empowerment in Tidewater Virginia. Martin Gallivan, Danielle Moretti-Langholtz, Buck Woodard
          • From "Public Archaeologist to "Public Intellectual: Seeking Engagement Opportunities Outside Traditional Archaeological Arenas. Carol McDavid
          • Archaeologies of Race and Urban Poverty: The Politics of Slumming, Engagement, and the Color Line. Paul R. Mullins, Lewis C. Jones
          • Archaeology, Intangible Heritage, and the Negotiation of Urban Identity in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. James A. Delle, Mary Ann Levine
          • Displaced and Barely Visible: Archaeology and the Material Culture of Homelessness. Larry J. Zimmerman, Jessica Welch
          • Cultural Resource Management Archaeology and Heritage Values. Mary Praetzellis, Adrian Praetzellis
        • 45.2
          • 45.2 Reviews
          • J. C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
          • John L. Cotter Award in Historical Archaeology,
          • Carol V Ruppe Distinguished Service Award
          • Florida Archaeology Confronts the Recent Past- Four Case Studies from Tampa. Brent R. Weisman
          • Wharves and Waterfront Retaining Structures as Vernacular Architecture. Molly R. McDonald
          • Factors Influencing the Dining Habits of Japanese and Chinese Migrants at a British Columbia Salmon Cannery. Douglas E. Ross
          • The Signature of Starvation-A Comparison of Bone Processing at a Chinese Encampment in Montana and the Donner Party Camp in California. Meredith A. B. Ellis, Christopher W. Merritt, Shannon A. Novak and Kelly J. Dixon
          • A Conversation with Charles E. Cleland
          • Crosses to Bear- Searching for Symbolism and Meaning in Edgefield Pottery. Charles R. Ewen
        • 45.3
          • Impoverishment, Criminalization, and the Culture of Poverty. Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood, Christopher N. Matthews
          • We Had It Hard … but We Enjoyed It: Class, Poverty, and Pride in Baltimore’s Hampden. David A. Gadsby
          • Land Rich and Cash Poor: The Materiality of Poverty in Appalachia. Jodi A. Barnes
          • Lonely Islands: Culture, Community, and Poverty in Archaeological Perspective. Christopher N. Matthews
          • Incorrigible Vagabonds and Suspicious Spaces in Nineteenth-Century New Orleans. D. Ryan Gray
          • When is "Gone Gone? Archaeology, Gentrification, and Competing Narratives about Freedmen’s Town, Houston. Carol McDavid
          • To Each a Space: Class, Classification, and Gender in Colonial South Australian Institutions. Susan Piddock
          • Poverty and Progress in the Age of Improvement: Evidence from the Isle of South Uist in the Outer Hebrides. James Symonds
          • From Goats to Gardens: Feeding Southern Colorado’s Working-Class Poor. Sarah J. Chicone
          • Consuming Lines of Difference: The Politics of Wealth and Poverty along the Color Line. Paul R. Mullins, Modupe Labode, Lewis C. Jones, Michael E. Essex, Alex M. Kruse, G. Brandon Muncy
        • 45.4
          • 45.4 Table of Contents
          • Death and the Dissenter: Group Identity and Stylistic Simplicity as Witnessed in Nineteenth-Century Nonconformist Gravestones. Duncan Sayer
          • Geological Survey of Historical Cemeteries, Jamestown, Rhode Island, 1693-1900. Michael L. Brennan
          • Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Brick-Lined Graves: Their Construction and Chronology. Timothy B. Riordan, Timothy B. Riordan
          • Native Responses to European Intrusion: Cultural Persistence and Agency among Mission Neophytes in Spanish Colonial Northern California. Brooke S. Arkush
          • Rich Man, Poor Man, Pioneer, Thief: Rethinking Earthfast Architecture in New Jersey. Michael J. Gall, Richard F. Veit, Robert W. Craig
          • The Archaeology of Mental Illness from the Afflicted and Caretaker Perspective: A Northern California Family’s Odyssey. Sunshine Psota
          • The Parsonage of the Reverend Willoughby Bean: Church, State, and Frontier Settlement in Nineteenth-Century Colonial Australia. Alasdair Brooks, Susan Lawrence, Jane Lennon
        • Volume 45, Number 2
        • Volume 45, Number 3
        • Volume 45, Number 4
        • Volume 45, Number 1
      • vol 46 (2012)
        • 46.1
          • Florida and Its Historical Archaeology. Uzi Baram, Daniel Hughes
          • Creolization in Southwest Florida: Cuban Fishermen and Spanish Indians ca. 1766-1841. John E. Worth
          • Chipco’s House and the Role of the Individual in Shaping Seminole Indian Cultural Responses to the Modern World. Brent R. Weisman
          • A Case of Multiple Identities in La Florida: A Statistical Approach to Nascent Cosmopolitanism. Daniel Hughes
          • "Minorcan Ethnogenesis and Foodways in Britains Smyrna Settlement, Florida, 1766-1777. Arlene Fradkin, Roger T. Grange, Jr., Dorothy L. Moore
          • Plazas and Power: Canary Islanders at Galveztown, an Eighteenth-Century Spanish Colonial Outpost in Louisiana. Rob Mann
          • A Proposed Model to Investigate the Role of Education in the Success of Military Strategy in Florida during the Second Seminole War (1835-1842). Michelle Sivilich
          • Reflections of Virginia on the Manatee River. Felicia Bianca Silpa
          • Deep Surfaces: Pottery Decoration and Identity in the Mission Period. Rebecca Saunders
          • Cosmopolitan Meanings of Old Spanish Fields: Historical Archaeology of a Maroon Community in Southwest Florida. Uzi Baram
        • 46.2
          • J. C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology: George L. Miller
          • Connecting African Diaspora and West African Historical Archaeologies. Liza A. Gijanto, Rachel L. Horlings
          • John L. Cotter Award in Historical Archaeology: James Davidson
          • Daniel G. Roberts Award for Excellence in Public Historical Archaeology
          • Toward Settlement Occupation Span from Dispersion of Tobacco-Pipe Stem-Bore Diameter Values. Michael J. Shott
          • Status and Ceramics in Spanish Colonial Archaeology. Barbara L. Voss
          • Buying Out to Buy In: Ceramic Consumption on the Home Front during the American Revolution in Rural Connecticut. Jennifer M. Canta Trunzo
          • Ethnicity, Masculinity, and Lineage: The Cultural Biography of a Colonial Massachusetts Parcel of Land. Christa M. Beranek
          • Textual Artifacts, Artifactual Texts: An Historical Archaeology of Brothertown Writing. Craig N. Cipolla
          • Beyond Reasonable Doubt: A Case for Queen Annes Revenge. Mark U. Wilde-Ramsing, Charles R. Ewen
        • 46.3
          • Crossing Borders and Maintaining Identities: Perspectives on Current Research in South American Historical Archaeology. Juan G. Martin, Alasdair Brooks, Tania Andrade Lima
          • The Panama Viejo Archaeological Project: More than a Decade of Research and Management of Heritage Resources. Juan G. Martin, Beatriz Rovira
          • Besieged Genoese: An Archaeological Glimpse of the Slave Trade in Late- Seventeenth-Century Panama. Felipe Gaitan Ammann
          • Speaking in Spanish, Eating in English; Ideology and Meaning in Nineteenth-Century British Transfer Prints in Barcelona, Anzotegui State, Venezuela. Ana Cristina Rodriguez Y., Alasdair Brooks
          • The Dark Side of Toys in Nineteenth-Century Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Tania Andrade Lima
          • Contours of Labor and History: A Diachronic Perspective on Andean Mineral Production and the Making of Landscapes in Porco, Bolivia. Mary Van Buren, Brendan J. M. Weaver
          • Body Marks, Pots, and Pipes: Some Correlations between African Scarifications and Pottery Decoration in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Brazil. Marcos Andra Torres de Souza, Camilla Agostini
          • The Place of Strategy and the Spaces of Tactics: Structures, Artifacts, and Power Relations on Sugar Plantations of West Brazil. Luis Claudio P. Symanski
          • Disarticulation of Aonikenk Hunter-Gatherer Lifeways during the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries: Two Case Studies from Argentinean Patagonia. Amalia Nuevo Delaunay
          • 46.3 Cover
        • 46.4
          • "Their Houses are Ancient and Ordinary": Archaeology and Connecticut’s Eighteenth- Century Domestic Architecture. Ross K. Harper
          • Evaluating Spanish Colonial Alternative Economies in the Archaeological Record. Amanda D. Roberts Thompson
          • Pueblo Potsherds to Silver Spoons: A Case Study in Historical Archaeology from New Mexico. Melissa Payne
          • Hard Labor and Hostile Encounters: What Human Remains Reveal about Institutional Violence and Chinese Immigrants Living in Carlin, Nevada (1885-1923). Ryan P. Harrod, Jennifer L. Thompson, Debra L. Martin
          • Mapping the Complexities of Race on the Landscape of the Colonial Caribbean, United States Virgin Islands, 1770-1917. Margaret C. Wood
          • Marronage Perspective for Historical Archaeology in the United States. Daniel O. Sayers
          • A Conversation with Ronald L. Michael. Daniel G. Roberts
          • 46.4 Cover
          • Roderick Sprague 1933Ð2012
          • 46.4Table of Contents
        • Volume 46, Number 1
        • Volume 46, Number 2
        • Volume 46, Number 3
        • Volume 46, Number 4
      • vol 47 (2013)
        • 47.1
          • The World Is What It Is: The Role of Subjectivity and Personal Experience in Global Historical Archaeologies. Alasdair Brooks
          • Argentina and Great Britain: Studying an Asymmetrical Relationship through Domestic Material Culture. Daniel Sch‡velzon
          • Great Zimbabwe in Historical Archaeology: Reconceptualizing Decline, Abandonment, and Reoccupation of an Ancient Polity, A.D. 1450Ð1900. Innocent Pikirayi
          • Globalization, Immigration, and Transformation: Thoughts from a European Perspective. Natascha Mehler
          • Maritime Archaeology and Sri Lanka: Globalization, Immigration, and Transformation in the Underwater Archaeological Record. Somasiri Devendra, Rasika Muthucumarana
          • Colonialism and the Peel Island Lazaret: Changing the World One Story at a Time. Jonathan Prangnell
          • Living Side by Side: Approaching Coexistence through Narrative. Giovanna Vitelli
          • Pieces of Many Puzzles: Network Approaches to Materiality in the Global Era. Eleanor Conlin Casella
          • 47.1 Cover
          • 47.1 Table of Contents
        • 47.2
          • 47.2 Table of Contents
          • A Hybrid Identity in a Pluralistic Nineteenth-Century Colonial Context. Matthew A. Beaudoin
          • Excavating the Quiet History of a Providence Plantation. Caroline Frank and Krysta Ryzewski
          • Digging through Twentieth -Century Rubbish at Hani, Ghana. Merrick Posnansky
          • Women and Class in Landlord Villages of the Tehran Plain, Iran. Ruth Young and Hassan Fazeli
          • Locating the Pre-Clearance Forest Border at Fort Necessity, Great Meadows, Pennsylvania, Using the Pollen Analysis. Gerald K. Kelso
          • The Paradox of the Paniolo: An Archaeological Perspective of Hawaiian Ranching. Peter R. Mills Carolyn L. White Benjamin Barna
          • 47.2 Full Text
          • 47.2 Cover
          • 47.2 Reviews
        • 47.3
          • Changing the Past for the Present and the Future. Paul A.Shackle
          • Native American Historical Archaeology and the Trope of Authenticity. Craig N. Cipolla
          • Lonely Men, Loose Women: Rethinking the Demographics of Multiethnic Mining Camp, Kanaka Flat, Oregon. Chelsea Rose
          • Reversing the narrative of Hillbilly History: A Case Study Using Archaeology at Van Winkle’s Mill in the Arkansas Ozarks. Jamie C. Brandon
          • Demystifying the Hidden Hand: Capital and the State at Blair Mountain. Brandon Nida
          • Camp nelson and Kentucky’s Civil War Memory. W. Stephen McBride
          • From Nuisance to Nostalgia: The Historical Archaeology of Nature Tourism in Southern California, 1890-1940. Stacey Lynn Camp
          • Beyond the Battle: New Narratives at Monocacy National Battlefield. Megan Bailey
          • Beyond the Battle: New Narratives at Monocacy National Battlefield. Megan Bailey
          • Rewriting Narratives of Labor Violence: A Transnational Perspective of the Lattimer Massacre. Michael P. Roller
        • 47.4
          • Built for the Publick Worship of God, according to the Church of England": Anglican Landscapes and Colonialism in South Carolina. Kimberly Pyszka
          • Message in a Map: French Depictions of the 1730 Meskwaki Fort. Lenville J. Stelle Michael L. Hargrave
          • The Role of technological Transitions in the Development of American Ceramic Industries: Elijah Cornell and the Shift from Redware to Stoneware Production. Sophia E. Kelly
          • A Taphonomic Evaluation of Three Intact Pork Barrels from the Steamboat Heronie (1838). Juliet K. Brophy Kevin Crisman
          • Archaeology and Religion at the Hyde Park Barracks Destitute Asylum, Sydney. Peter Davies
          • Application of Dendrochronology to Historical Charcoal-Production Sites in the Great Basin, United States. Scotty Strachan Franco Biondi Susan G. Lindstrom Robert McQueen Peter E. Wigand
          • NAGPRA and Historical Research: Reevalution of a multiple Burial from Fort Union National Monument, New Mexico. Catherine Holder Spude Douglas D. Scott
          • Comment on the Spude and Scott NAGPRA, and History. Francis P. McManamon
          • NAGPRA Should not Preclude Good History: A Response to Spude and Scott
          • Comment on the Spude and Scott, NAGPRA, and History. William B. Lees
        • Volume 47, Number 3
        • Volume 47, Number 1
        • Volume 47, Number 2
      • vol 48 (2014)
        • 48.1
          • 48.1 Table of Contents and Cover
          • The Artifact as Interviewer: Experimenting with Oral History at the Ovenstone Miners Cottages Site, Northumberland. Jane Webster Louise Tolson Richard Carlton
          • Toward a Methodology for the Use of Oral Sources in Historical Archaeology. Louise Tolson
          • And in Every Hamlet a Poet: Gaelic Oral Tradition and Postmedieval Archaeology in Scotland. Kevin James Grant
          • Archaeology and Oral History in Northumberland. Richard Carlton Ian Roberts
          • Jowel, Jowel and Listen Lad: Vernacular Song and the Industrial Archaeology of Coal Mining in Northern England. Rob Young
          • From Knowing into Telling: A Dialogue in Five Parts. Eleanor Conlin Casella Hannah Cobb Oliver J. T. Harris Hlna Gray Phil Richardson Richard Tuffin
          • Conversations and Material Memories: Insights into Outback Household Practices at the Old Kinchega Homestead. Penelope Allison
          • The Rhetoric of Things: Historical Archaeology and Oral History. Paul R. Mullins
        • 48.2
          • Enacting Gender and Kinship around a Large Outdoor Fire Pit at the Seneca Iroquois Townley-Read Site, 1715-1754. Kurt A. Jordan
          • Fan and Tsai: Intracommunity Variation in Plant-Based Food Consumption at the Market Street Chinatown, San Jose, California. Linda Scott Cummings Barbara L. Voss Connie Young Yu Peter Kovik Kathryn Puseman Chad Yost Ryan Kennedy Megan S. Kane
          • 48.2 J.C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology
          • 48.2 John L. Cotter Award in Historical Archaeology
          • Of Seals, Sea Lions, and Abalone: The Archaeology of an Historical Multiethnic Base Camp on San Miguel Island, California. Todd J. Braje Julia G. Costello Jon M. Erlandson Robert DeLong
          • Rock-Shelter Saltpeter Mines of Eastern Kentucky. Gary A. ODell Angelo I. George
          • 48.2 Reviews. Multiple Authors
          • Deconstructing the Myth of the Hand Charm: Mundane Clothing Fasteners and Their Curious Transformations into Supernatural Objects. James M. Davidson
          • 48.2 Carol V. Ruppe Distinguished Service Award
          • Daniel G. Roberts Award for Excellence in Public Historical Archaeology
        • 48.3
          • Artifacts to Invoke, Direct, and Deflect. Christopher C. Fennell
          • Irish Immigrant Healing Magic in Nineteenth-Century New York. Meredith B. Linn
          • Keeping a Crooked Sixpence: Coin Magic and Religion in the Colonial Chesapeake. Sara Rivers Cofield
          • The Concealment of Written Blessings in Pennsylvania Barns. Patrick J. Donmoyer
          • The Material Culture of Ritual Concealments in the United States. M. Chris Manning
          • Tracing the Footsteps of Ritual: Concealed Footwear in America. Jessica Costello
          • 48.3 Table of Contents and Cover
          • Double Consciousness and the Intersections of Beliefs in an African American Home in Northern New Jersey. Megan E. Springate
          • Embedded Implication of Cultural Worldviews in the Use and Pattern of Magical Material Culture. C. Riley Aug
          • Empowered Objects: Material Expressions of Spiritual Beliefs in the Colonial Chesapeake Region. Michael T. Lucas
        • 48.4
          • 48.4 Table of Contents
          • Frontier Arms Race: Historical and Archaeological Analysis of an Assemblage of Eighteenth-Century Cannon Recovered from the Detroit River and Lake Erie. Daniel F. Harrison
          • Modeling Gender: A Carolina Perspective. Linda France Stine
          • 48.4 Reviews
          • Memorial – Daniel G. Roberts
          • Reassessing the Hallowes Site- Conflict and Settlement and the Seventeenth-Century Potomac Valley. D. Brad Hatch Barbara J. Heath Lauren K. McMillan
          • Compositional Characteristics of Jamestown "Tryal" Glass (Virginia, ca. 1608). J. Victor Owen John D. Greenough Beverly Straube
          • Missionaries, Artisans, and Transatlantic Exchange: Production and Distribution of Moravian Pottery in Pennsylvania and the Danish (U.S.) Virgin Islands. Stephan T. Lenik Brenda Hornsby Heindl
        • Volume 48, Number 4
        • Volume 48, Number 2
        • Volume 48, Number 3
        • Volume 48, Number 1
      • Vol 49 (2015)
        • 49.1
          • Alliance Strategies in the Racialized Railroad Economies of the American West. Charlotte K. Sunseri
          • Inscribed in Stone: Historic Inscriptions and the Cultural Heritage of Railroad Workers. Timothy R. Urbaniak Kelly J. Dixon
          • Asian Coins Recovered from Chinese Railroad Labor Camps: Evidence of Cultural Practices and Transnational Exchange. Marjorie Akin James C. Bard Gary J. Weisz
          • Zooarchaeology, Localization, and Chinese Railroad Workers in North America. J. Ryan Kennedy
          • Exploring Health-Care Practices of Chinese Railroad Workers in North America. Sarah Christine Heffner
          • Rails Built of the Ancestors Bones: The Bioarchaeology of the Overseas Chinese Experience. Ryan P. Harrod John J. Crandall
          • Commentary on the Archaeology of Chinese Railroad Workers in North America: Where Do We Go from Here?. Mary Praetzellis Adrian Praetzellis
          • Forgotten Chinese Railroad Workers Remembered: Closing Commentary by an Historian. Sue Fawn Chung
          • 49.1 Cover
          • Fragments of the Past: Archaeology, History, and the Chinese Railroad Workers of North America. Gordon H. Chang (张少书) Shelley Fisher Fishkin (雪莉‧菲什金)
        • 49.2
          • Volume 49, Number 2
          • Award: Sandra Analía Guillermo – John L. Cotter Award in Historical Archaeology. Diana Rolandi Teresita Majewski
          • Award: Florida Public Archaeology Network – Daniel G. Roberts Award for Excellence in Public Historical Archaeology. Irina T. Sorset Amanda M. Evans
          • Award: Patrick H. Garrow – Carol V. Ruppé Distinguished Service Award. Della A. Scott-Ireton Annalies Corbin
          • Award: Douglas D. Scott – J. C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology. William B. Lees and Virgil Noble
          • Subsistence Practices and Feasting Rites: Chumash Identity after European Colonization. Lynn H. Gamble
          • Dwelling in Space through Knowledge of Place: Building on Epistemological Understandings of the Seventeenth-Century British Atlantic. Hayden F. Bassett
          • A Horse-Travel Approach to Landscape Archaeology. Jun Ueno Sunseri
          • Surveying, Statistics, and Spatial Mapping: KOCOA Landscape Analysis of Eighteenth-Century Artillery Placements at Monmouth Battlefield State Park, New. Eric D. Sivilich, Daniel M. Sivilich
          • Chronology and Use of Guatemalan Maiolica: Ceramics as Reducción in the Izalcos Region of El Salvado. Kathryn E. Sampeck
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    • Parks Canada
      • The Parks Canada Glass Glossary
      • Lighting Devices in the National Reference Collection, Parks Canada (French)
      • L’heritage du Machault (French)
      • L’Arment du Machault: Une Frigate Francaise du XVIII siecle (French)
      • Glass of the British Military ca. 1755-1820 (French)
      • Cylindrical English Wine and Beer Bottles (French)
      • British Smooth-Bore Artillery (French)
      • A Frontier Fur Trade Blacksmith Shop (French)
      • Trade Ornament Usage Among the Native Peoples of Canada (French)
      • The Wheat Pattern: An Illustrated Survey (French)
    • Readers
      • Approaches to Material Culture Research for Historical Archaeologists
      • Studies in Material Culture Research
    • Special Publications
      • The Hoff Store Site and Gold Rush Merchandise from San Francisco, California. Edited by Allen G. Pastron and EugeneM. Hattori
      • Living in Cities: Current Research in Urban Archaeology. Edited by Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh Editor- Edward Staski
      • Proceedings of the Sixteenth Conference on Underwater Archaeology. Editor: Paul Forsythe Johnston
      • Reconstructing Historic Subsistence with an Example from Sixteenth-Century Spanish Florida. Elizabeth J. Reitz and C. Margaret Scarry
      • Historical Archaeology and the Importance of Material Things. Editor- Leland Ferguson
      • A Descriptive Dictionary for 500 Years of Spanish-Tradition Ceramics. Florence C. Lister and Robert H. Lister
      • The Archaeology of Mining and Miners: A View From The Silver State. Donald Hardesty Edited By William Turnbaugh
    • Underwater Proceedings
      • Underwater Archaeology Proceedings from the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference
      • Underwater Archaeology Proceedings from the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference
      • Underwater Archaeology Proceedings from the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference
      • “Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Ships and Maritime Trade” and “Ships of Discovery and the Tide of History”
      • Underwater Archaeology Proceedings from the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference
      • Underwater Archaeology Proceedings from the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference
      • Underwater Archaeology Proceedings from the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference
      • Underwater Archaeology Proceedings from the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference
      • Survey of the Schooner Fleetwing Garrett Bay, Wisconsin: A Preliminary Report
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