Historical Archaeology; Volumes 21-30; 1987-1996; Index

Compiled by Vergil E. Noble

Publications Reviewed


  • Abandonment of Settlements and Regions: Ethnoarchaeological and Archaeological Approaches, edited by Catherine M. Cameron and Steve A. Tomka. 29(2):110-111.
  • Adobe Walls: The History and Archaeology of the 1874 Trading Post, by T. Lindsay Baker and Billy R. Harrison. 22(2):93-95.
  • Adams and Culbertson Sites, The, by Charles F. Wray, Martha L. Sempkowski, Lorraine P. Saunders, and Gian Carlo Cervone. 27(4):101-3.
  • Adventures in Fugawiland! A Computer Simulation in Archaeology, by Doug Price and Gitte Gebauer. 25(1):115-17.
  • Ah Hee Diggings: Final Report of Archaeological Investigations at OR-GR-16, the Granite, Oregon, Chinese Walls Site, 1992 through 1994, The, by Priscilla Wegars. 30(2):119-20.
  • American Frontier, An Archaeological Study of Settlement Pattern and Process, The, by Kenneth E. Lewis. 22(1):99-100.
  • America's National Battlefield Parks: A Guide, by Joseph E. Stevens. 29(1):126.
  • Analysis of Historical Ceramics from the Central Salt River Valley of Northeastern Missouri, An, by Teresita Majewski and Michael J. O'Brien. 22(1):101-3.
  • Anahulu: The Anthropology of History in the Kingdom of Hawaii. Vol. 1, Historical Ethnography, by Marshall Sahlins. 29(1):110-112.
  • Analulu: The Anthropology of History in the Kingdom of Hawaii. Vol. 2, The Archaeology of History, by Patrick V. Kirch. 29(1):110-112.
  • Analysis of Coffin Hardware from 38CH778, Charleston County, South Carolina, by Michael Trinkley and Debi Hacker-Norton. 21(1):119-21.
  • Analyzing Activity Areas: An Ethnoarchaeological Study of the Use of Space, by Susan Kent. 21(1):105-7.
  • Annual Report of the VOC-Ship Amsterdam Foundation 1985, edited by J. H. G. Gawronski. 23(1):125-26.
  • "An Appearance of Strength" The Fortification of Louisbourg, by Bruce W. Fry. 22(1):112-14.
  • Approaches to Archaeological Ceramics, by Carla M. Sinopoli. 28(1):113-15.
  • Archaeological and Historical Investigation of Block 1184, Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware, by Charles H. LeeDecker, Cheryl A. Holt, Amy Friedlander, Meta Janowitz, Marie-Lorraine Pipes, Mallory A. Gordon, Sharla C. Azizi, and Marian E. Craig. 27(1):125-27.
  • Archaeological and Historical Investigations at the Old Forsyth Site (23TA41), Taney County, Missouri, by W. J. Bennett, Jr. and Jeffrey A. Blakely. 24(1):117-18.
  • Archaeological Annapolis: A Guide to Seeing and Understanding Three Centuries of Change, by Mark P. Leone and Parker B. Potter, Jr. 22(1):103-4.
  • Archaeological Data Recovery on the Collins, Geddes Cannery Site, by Edward F. Heite. 27(3):130-131.
  • Archaeological Insights into the Custer Battle: An Assessment of the 1984 Field Season, by Douglas D. Scott and Richard A. Fox, Jr. 23(2):124-25.
  • Archaeological Investigations at Pickett's Mill Historic Site, Paulding County, Georgia, by Roy S. Dickens, Jr. and Linda H. Worthy. 22(1):126-27.
  • Archeological Investigations at the Lincoln Home National Historic Site, Springfield, Illinois, by Floyd Mansberger. 22(2):99-101.
  • Archaeological Investigations of the Proposed Dualization of Route 141 (Centre Road), from Route 100 (Montchain Road) to U.S. Route 202 (Concord Pike), New Castle County, Delaware, by Randolf K. Taylor, Kimberly A. Snyder, Pamela Stephenson, and Joan Walker. 27(1):125-27.
  • Archaeological Method and Theory, Vol. 2, edited by Michael B. Schiffer. 25(3):109-10.
  • Archaeological Perspectives on the Battle of the Little Bighorn, by Douglas D. Scott, Richard A. Fox, Jr., Melissa A. Connor, and Dick Harmon. 25(3):117-18.
  • Archaeological Studies of World War II, by W. Raymond Wood. 28(3):134-35.
  • Archaeological Survey in Virginia: Toward Preservation, edited by J. Mark Wittkofski and E. Randolph Turner III. 25(3):110-112.
  • Archaeological Testing in the Southeast Area, Vancouver Barracks Historic District, by Rick Minor and Stephen Dow Beckham. 24(1):118-20.
  • Archaeological Views of the Upper Wager Block, a Domestic and Commercial Neighborhood in Harpers Ferry, edited by Jill Y. Halchin. 29(4):108-10.
  • Archaeology and Ethnohistory of Fort Ross, California, The, Volume 1, Introduction, by Kent G. Lightfoot, Thomas Wake, and Ann M. Schiff. 27(3):127-28.
  • Archaeology and Ethnohistory of the Omaha Indians: The Big Village Site, by John M. O'Shea and John Ludwickson. 29(2):116-17.
  • Archaeology at Santa Elena: Doorway to the Past, by Stanley South. 28(3):131-32.
  • Archaeology of Australia's History, by Graham Connah. 29(4):95-96.
  • Archaeology of Garden and Field, The, edited by Naomi F. Miller and Kathryn L. Gleason. 30(4):104-6.
  • Archaeology of Gender: Separating the Spheres in Urban America, The, by Diana diZerega Wall. 29(4):87-88.
  • Archaeology, History, and Custer's Last Battle, by Richard Allan Fox, Jr. 29(2):121-22.
  • Archaeology of Prophetstown, Greenville, Ohio, 1805-1808, by Richard Green, Tony DeRegnaucourt, and Larry Hamilton. 29(4):107.
  • Archaeology of Religious Places: Churches and Cemeteries in Britain, The, by Warwick Rodwell. 25(3):114-15.
  • Archaeology of 17th-Century Virginia, The, edited by Theodore R. Reinhart and Dennis J. Pogue. 29(2):108-9.
  • Archaeology of Shirley Plantation, The, edited by Theodore R. Reinhart. 21(1):117-18.
  • Archaeology of Social Disintegration in Skunk Hollow, A Nineteenth-Century Rural Black Community, The, by Joan H. Geismar. 22(1):105-7.
  • Archaeology of Spanish Colonialism in the Southeastern United States and the Caribbean, The, by Charles R. Ewen. 27(1):117.
  • Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe: XII. Chesapeake Bay, The, edited by Peter Davey and Dennis J. Pogue. 29(1):121-23.
  • Archeology of the Frobisher Voyages, edited by William W. Fitzhugh and Jacqueline S. Olin. 29(2):126-28.
  • Archaeology of the Lincoln Pottery Works, The, by Christopher Schoen and Peter Bleed. 29(4):103-4.
  • Artifact Analyses for an Area (34Wd-74, Area A) of Historic Fort Supply, Woodward County, Oklahoma, by James Briscoe. 29(2):115-16.
  • Artifacts of the Spanish Colonies of Florida and the Caribbean, 1500-1800. Vol. 1. Ceramics, Glassware, and Beads, by Kathleen Deagan. 25(3):121-23.
  • Aspirations and Anxieties: New England Workers & the Mechanized Factory System, 1815-1850, by Davis A. Zonderman. 29(1):99-100.
  • Art and Mystery of Historical Archaeology: Essays in Honor of James Deetz, The, edited by Anne Elizabeth Yenstch and Mary C. Beaudry. 29(1):94-96.
  • Art of Stoneworking: A Reference Guide, The, by Peter Rockwell. 29(4):112-13.
  • Atlas of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, edited by Gary E. Moulton. 23(1):120-121.
  • Australia's Age of Iron: History and Archaeology, by R. Ian Jack and Aedeen Cremin. 30(3):95-97.
  • Back of the Big House: The Architecture of Plantation Slavery, by John Michael Vlach. 28(3):123-24.
  • Beads of the Bison Robe Trade: The Fort Union Trading Post Collection, by Steven Leroy De Vore. 29(1):120-121.
  • "The Best Ever Occupied . . .": Archaeological Investigations of a Civil Encampment on Folly Island, South Carolina, by James B. Legg and Steven D. Smith. 29(1):104-6.
  • Bibliography of Underwater Archaeology, A, compiled by James F. Munche and A. Lani Low. 21(2):120.
  • Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn, The Connected Farm Buildings of New England, by Thomas C. Hubka. 22(1):114-15.
  • Boats: A Manual for Their Documentation, edited by Paul Lipke, Peter Spectre, and Benjamin G. Fuller. 29(2):100-101.
  • Bottle Book: A Comprehensive Guide to Historic, Embossed Medicine Bottles, The, by Richard E. Fike. 22(2):109-10.
  • Bottles and Business in Plattsburgh, New York: 100 Years of Embossed Bottles As Historical Artifacts, by Gordon Pollard. 30(3):99-100.
  • Bottles of Old New York: A Pictorial Guide to Early New York City Bottles, 1680-1925, by Robert Apuzzo. 30(3):99-100.
  • Bricks and Brickmaking, A Handbook for Historical Archaeology, by Karl Gurcke. 23(1):133-34.
  • British Smooth-Bore Artillery: A Technological Study, by David McDonnell. 25(3):120-121.
  • Building a House in 18th Century Ste. Genevieve, by Melburn D. Thurman. 22(1):115-16.
  • Buried Past: An Archaeological History of Philadelphia, The, by John L. Cotter, Daniel G. Roberts, and Michael Parrington. 29(2):103-4.
  • Canterbury Shaker Village: Archaeology and Landscape, by David R. Starbuck. 27(4):100-101.
  • Ceramic Load of the "Witte Leeuw" (1613), The, edited by C. L. Van Der Pijl-Ketel. 21(2):130-131.
  • Chesapeake Family and Their Slaves: A Study in Historical Archaeology, A, by Anne Elizabeth Yentsch. 30(3):92-93.
  • Chinese Gold: The Chinese in the Monterey Bay Region, by Sandy Lydon. 23(1):121-22.
  • Chinese Laundry on Second Street: Papers on Archeology at the Woodland Opera House Site, The, by David L. Felton, Frank Lortie, Peter D. Schulz, and others. 21(1):113-15.
  • Clarke and Lake Company: The Historical Archaeology of a Seventeenth Century Maine Settlement, The, by Emerson W. Baker. 22(2):98-99.
  • Coastal Erosion and Archaeological Resources on National Wildlife Refuges in the Southeast, by Susan E. Garrett. 22(1):128-30.
  • Collector's Illustrated Encyclopedia of the American Revolution, by George C. Neumann and Frank J. Kravic. 27(3):129-30.
  • Columbian Consequences. Vol. 2, Archaeological and Historical Perspectives on the Spanish Borderlands, edited by David Hurst Thomas. 25(3):108-9.
  • Community on McKee Road, A, by Edward F. Heite and Clara Lee Blume. 30(2):124-26.
  • Company Town: Architecture and Society in the Early Industrial Age, The, edited by John S. Garner. 27(3):119-21.
  • Complete Horseshoeing Guide, The (second edition), by Robert F. Wiseman. 30(3):97-98.
  • Conquest of New Spain: 1585 Revision. Reproductions of the Boston Public Library Manuscript and the Carlos Maria De Bustamante 1840 Edition, by Fray Bernardino de Sahagún. 29(1):124-25.
  • Conservation of Archaeological Artifacts from Freshwater Environments, The, by Katherine Singley. 25(2):121-22.
  • Consumer Choice in Historical Archaeology, edited by Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood. 24(3):118-21.
  • Continuing Cultural Resource Management of Calvert Mine: 1993 Historic Site Testing, Robertson County, Texas, by Jeff Turpin, Dan K. Utley, and Caroline A. Medlar. 29(4):107-8.
  • Culture of the English People: Iron Age to the Industrial Revolution, The, by N. J. G. Pounds. 30(4):117-18.
  • Cultural Resource Investigation of the Historic Fort Randall Post Cemetery, Gregory County, South Dakota, by L. Adrien Hannus, Edward J. Lueck, and R. Peter Winham. 22(2):102.
  • Cultures in Contact: The European Impact on Native Cultural Institutions in Eastern North America, A.D. 1000-1800, edited by William W. Fitzhugh. 23(1):118-20.
  • Current Research of the Late Prehistory and Early History of New Mexico, edited by Bradley J. Vierra. 29(1):109-10.
  • Cushnoc: The History and Archaeology of Plymouth Colony Traders on the Kennebec, by Leon E. Cranmer. 27(4):103-4.
  • Cylindrical English Wine and Beer Bottles, 1750-1850, by Olive R. Jones. 24(1):121-23.
  • Dark Age Naval Power: A Reassessment of Frankish and Anglo-Saxon Seafaring Activity, by John Haywood. 27(4):95-97.
  • Decorative Arts and Household Furnishings in America 1650-1920: An Annotated Bibliography, by Kenneth L. Ames and Gerald W. R. Ward. 25(1):121-22.
  • Diaz Collection: Material Culture and Social Change in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Monterey, The, by David L. Felton and Peter P. Schulz. 21(1):110-111.
  • Dimensional Analysis through Perspective: A Reference Manual, by James R. Williamson and Michael H. Brill. 27(1):132-33.
  • Disease and Demography in the Americas, edited by John W. Verano and Douglas H. Ubelaker. 29(1):97-99.
  • Disease, Depopulation, and Culture Change in Northwestern New Spain, 1518-1764, by Daniel T. Reef. 29(1):96-97.
  • Documentary Archaeology in the New World, edited by Mary C. Beaudry. 25(1):113-15.
  • Domestic Architecture and the Use of Space: An Interdisciplinary Cross-Cultural Study, edited by Susan Kent. 27(4):92-94.
  • Dutch Trade and Ceramics in America in the Seventeenth Century, by Charlotte Wilcoxen. 23(2):131-33.
  • Early American Technology: Making and Doing Things from the Colonial Era to 1850, edited by Judith A. McGraw. 29(4):101-3.
  • Early Metal Mining and Production, by Paul T. Craddock. 30(2):115-17.
  • Earth Patterns: Essays in Landscape Archaeology, edited by William M. Kelso and Rachel Most. 25(2):108-11.
  • Edward Palmer's Arkansaw Mounds, edited by Marvin D. Jeter. 26(2):109-10.
  • Eighteenth-Century Gunflints from Fort Michilimackinac and Other Colonial Sites, by T. M. Hamilton and K. O. Emery. 25(2):118-19.
  • El Paso Coliseum Collection: A Study of 20th-Century Bottles, The, by Bill Lockhart and Wanda Olszewski. 29(4):113-14.
  • Ethnoarchaeological and Cultural Frontiers; Athapaskan, Algonquian and European Adaptations in the Central Subarctic, by Hetty Jo Brumbach and Robert Jarvenpa. 26(2):99-101.
  • Ethnohistory and Archaeology: Approaches to Postcontact Change in the Americas, edited by J. Daniel Rogers and Samuel M. Wilson. 29(4):91-93.
  • Euro-American Pioneer Settlement Systems in the Central Salt River Valley of Northeast Missouri, by Roger D. Mason. 22(1):101-3.
  • Everyday and Exotic Pottery from Europe: Studies in Honour of John G. Hurst, edited by David Gaimster and Mark Redknap. 28(3):135-37.
  • Excavation of the Donner-Reed Wagons: Historic Archaeology Along the Hastings Cutoff, by Bruce R. Hawkins and David B. Madsen. 27(1):121-23.
  • Excavation of the Machault, an 18th-Century French Frigate, The, by Walter Zacharchuk and Peter J. A. Waddell. 21(2):127-29.
  • Excavation of the Pattaya Wreck Site and Survey of Three Other Sites, Thailand, 1982, The, by Jeremy Green and Rosemary Harper. 21(2):131-33.
  • Excavations at Fort Mackinac, 1980-1982: The Provision Storehouse, by Roger T. Grange, Jr. 24(3):123-25.
  • Excavations at Fort Michilimackinac, 1983-1985: House C of the Southeast Row House, The Solomon-Levy-Parant House, by Jill Y. Halchin. 23(2):125-27.
  • Excavations at Mission San Antonio, 1976-1978, edited by Robert L. Hoover and Julia G. Costello. 22(1):124-26.
  • Experiencing the Past: On the Character of Archaeology, by Michael Shanks. 27(3):114-15.
  • Farmers, Kings, and Traders: The People of Southern Africa, 200-1860, by Martin Hall. 27(1):129-30.
  • Father Turnell's Trash Pit: Klondike Gold Rush, by Catherine Holder Spude, Douglas D. Scott, Frank Norris, David R. Huelsbeck, Linda Scott Cummings, and Kathryn Puseman. 30(2):120-122.
  • Field Guide to American Windmills, A, by T. Lindsay Baker. 22(2):104-5.
  • Final Archaeological Investigation of the Lafferty Lane Cemetery 7K-D-11, State Route 1 Relief Corridor, Dover, Kent County, Delaware, by David C. Bachman and Wade P. Catts. 27(1):125-27.
  • Final Archaeological Investigations of the John Ruth Inn Site, 7NC-D-126, Red Mill Road and Routes 4 and 273, New Castle County, Delaware, by Ellis C. Coleman, Wade P. Catts, Angela Hoseth, and Jay F. Custer. 27(1):125-27.
  • Final Archaeological Investigations of the Replacements of Bridges #17 and #18, on New Castle #221 (Beaver Valley Road), New Castle County, Delaware, by David J. Gettle, Scott C. Watson, and Jay F. Custer. 27(1):125-27.
  • Fincastle Pottery (44BO304): Salvage Excavations at a Nineteenth-Century Earthenware Kiln Located in Botetourt County, Virginia, The, by Kurt C. Russ. 28(1):124-25.
  • Firearms of the American West, 1866-1894, by Louis A. Garavaglia and Charles G. Worman. 22(2):110-111.
  • Flowerdew Hundred: The Archaeology of a Virginia Plantation, 1619-1864, by James Deetz. 29(1):103-4.
  • For Bitters Only, compiled by Carlyn Ring. 22(1):123-24.
  • For Bitters Only Up-Date and Price Guide, by Carlyn Ring and Sheldon Ray, Jr. 22(1):123-24.
  • Forgotten Centuries: Indians and Europeans in the American South 1521-1704, The, by Charles Hudson and Carmen Chaves Tesser. 29(4):93-95.
  • Forgotten Places and Things, compiled and edited by Albert E. Ward. 22(1):107.
  • Fort Center: An Archaeological Site in the Lake Okeechobee Basin, by William H. Sears. 29(4):110-111.
  • Fortifications of Ile Aux Noix: A Portrait of the Defense Strategy on the Upper Richelieu Border in the 18th and 19th Centuries, The, by André Charbonneau. 29(4):111-12.
  • Forts of Pemaquid, Maine: An Archaeological and Historical Study, The, by Robert L. Bradley and Helen B. Camp. 30(4):114-15.
  • Fray Bernardino de Sahagún (1499-1590), by Luis Nicolau d'Olwer. 29(1):123-24.
  • French at Pentagoet 1635-1674: An Archaeological Portrait of the Acadian Frontier, The, by Alaric Faulkner and Gretchen Faulkner. 25(3):115-17.
  • From Spaniard to Creole: The Archaeology of Cultural Formation at Puerto Real, Haiti, by Charles R. Ewen. 27(3):118-19.
  • Gender, Class, and Shelter: Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture, V, by Elizabeth Collins Cromley and Carter L. Hudgins. 30(2):122-24.
  • Gone to a Better Land, edited by Jerome C. Rose. 21(1):118-19.
  • Good Ship: Ships, Shipbuilding, and Technology in England, 1200-1520, The, by Ian Friel. 30(2):113-14.
  • Governors's Land: Archaeology of Early Seventeenth-Century Virgina Settlements, by Alain Charles Outlaw. 25(2):105-7.
  • Grassland, Forest, and Historical Settlement, An Analysis of Dynamics in Northeast Missouri, by Michael J. O'Brien. 22(1):98-99.
  • Great Lakes Underwater Cultural Resources: Important Information for Shaping Our Future, edited by Kenneth J. Vrana and Edward Mahoney. 29(4):96-98.
  • Hard Places: Reading the Landscape of America's Historic Mining Districts, by Richard V. Francaviglia. 28(3):127-28.
  • Hidden Heritage: Historical Archaeology of the Overseas Chinese, edited by Priscilla Wegars. 29(2):122-25.
  • Historic Archaeology of the Jones (41DN250) and Johnson (41DN248) Farmsteads in the Ray Roberts Lake Area: 1850-1950, edited by Susan A. Lebo. 29(1):107-8.
  • Historic Buildings, Material Culture, and People of the Prairie Margin: Architecture, Artifacts, and Syntheses of Historic Archaeology, edited by David H. Jurney and Randall W. Moir. 25(2):119-21.
  • Historical and Archaeological Evaluation: Rincon Townsite and Environs, by Roberta S. Greenwood, John M. Foster, Anne Q. Duffield, and John F. Elliott. 23(2):129-30.
  • Historical Archaeology at the Hudson Poor Farm Cemetery, Hudson, Massachusetts, by Edward L. Bell. 29(1):100-102.
  • Historical Archaeology in Global Perspective, edited by Lisa Falk. 27(3):115-17.
  • Historical Archaeology in Illinois, compiled and edited by Charles L. Rohrbaugh and Thomas E. Emerson. 24(1):113-15.
  • Historical Archaeology of Nineteenth-Century California, by Jay D. Frierman and Roberta S. Greenwood. 27(3):125-27.
  • Historical Archaeology of Plantations at Kings Bay, Camden County, Georgia, edited by William Hampton Adams. 25(2):107-8.
  • Historical Archaeology of the Chesapeake, edited by Paul A. Shackel and Barbara J. Little. 30(3):90-92.
  • Historical Archaeology of the Modern World, by Charles E. Orser, Jr. 30(3):87-90.
  • History and Archaeology of the Montauk, The, edited by Gaynell Stone. 30(2):117-18.
  • History and Historic Archeology of the Kanopolis Lake Area, by William B. Lees and Dennis Schockley. 23(1):124-25.
  • History of American Ceramics: An Annotated Bibliography, by Susan R. Strong. 22(2):107-8.
  • History of James Bay 1610-1686: A Study in Historical Archaeology, The, by W. A. Kenyon. 23(1):126-27.
  • Hollandia Compendium: A Contribution to the History, Archaeology, Classification and Lexicography of a 150 fr. Dutch East Indiaman (1740-1750), by Jerzy Gawronski, Bas Kist, and Odilia Stokvis-van Boetzelaer. 29(1):116.
  • Homeplace: The Social Use and Meaning of the Folk Dwelling in Southwestern North Carolina, by Michael Ann Williams. 27(3):121-22.
  • Hopewell Furnace: A Guide to Hopewell Village National Historic Site, Pennsylvania, by National Park Service. 21(1):116-17.
  • Horse Soldier, The. Vol. 2, The Frontier, the Mexican War, the Civil War, the Indian Wars 1851-1880, by Randy Steffen. 29(1):117-18.
  • Horse Soldier, The. Vol. 3, The Last of the Indian Wars, the Spanish-American War, the Brink of the Great War 1881-1916, by Randy Steffen. 29(1):117-18.
  • Horse Soldier, The, Vol. 4, World War I, the Peacetime Army, World War II 1917-1943, by Randy Steffen. 29(1):117-18.
  • Houses, by Ronald W. Brunskill. 22(1):117-18.
  • Housing Culture: Traditional Architecture in an English Landscape, by Matthew Johnson. 29(2):130-131.
  • Humbug! The Historical Archaeology of Placer Mining on Humbug Creek in Central Arizona, by James E. Ayres, A. E. Rogge, Everett J. Bassett, Melissa Keane, and Diane L. Douglas. 29(1):108-9.
  • Hunt for HMS De Braak: Legend and Legacy, The, by Donald Shomette. 29(1):93-94.
  • In Those Days: African-American Life Near the Savannah River, by Sharyn Kane and Richard Keeton. 30(4):108-11.
  • Indian Population Decline: The Missions of Northwestern New Spain, 1687-1840, by Robert H. Jackson. 30(4):102-4.
  • Indian Trade Ornaments in the Collections of the Field Museum of Natural History, by James W. VanStone. 25(1):122-23.
  • Interdisciplinary Investigations of Domestic Life in Government Block B: Perspectives on Harpers Ferry's Armory and Commercial District, edited by Paul A. Shackel. 29(1):106-7.
  • Interpreting Archaeology: Finding Meaning in the Past, by Ian Hodder, Michael Shanks, Alexandra Alexandri, Victor Buchli, John Carman, Jonathan Last, and Gavin Lucas. 30(4):101-2.
  • Introdução à Arqueologia Histórica, by Charles E. Orser, translated by Pedro Paulo Abreau Funari. 29(2):131-32.
  • Iolo' First Book of Crossbows, by David R. Watson. 30(3):100-101.
  • Ironworks on the Saugus, by E. N. Hartley. 27(4):105-6.
  • Jotham Meeker's Farm, by William B. Lees. 23(1):128-31.
  • Juan Pardo Expeditions: Exploration of the Carolinas and Tennessee, 1566-1568, The, by Charles Hudson, with translations by Paul E. Hoffman. 27(3):117-18.
  • Kalaupapa Sweet Potato Farm: Report on Archaeological Data Recovery Operations, Kalaupapa Airport Improvement Project, Kalaupapa, Molokai, Hawai'i, The, Vols. 1 and 2, by Conrad ("Mac") Goodwin. 29(4):98-100.
  • Kansas Preservation Plan, Section on Historical Archaeology, by William B. Lees. 26(2):104-6.
  • King Site, Continuity and Contact in Sixteenth-Century Georgia, The, edited by Robert L. Blakely. 25(1):118-19.
  • King's Reach and 17th-Century Plantation Life, by Dennis J. Pogue. 29(1):102-3.
  • Landscape and Material Life in Franklin County, Massachusetts, 1770-1860, by J. Ritchie Garrison. 28(3):124-27.
  • Landscape, Architecture, and Artifacts: Historical Archaeology of Nineteenth-Century Illinois, edited by Erich K. Schroeder. 29(1):114-15.
  • Landscape of Industry: Patterns of Change in the Ironbridge Gorge, The, by Judith Alfrey and Catherine Clark. 29(4):100-101.
  • Legacy of the Machault: A Collection of 18th-Century Artifacts, by Catherine Sullivan. 23(2):133.
  • Life on a 1930s Homestead: Historical Archaeological Investigations of the Brown Homestead on the Middle Aqua Fria River, Yavapai County, Arizona, by James E. Ayres and Gregory R. Seymour. 29(2):114-15.
  • Lighting Devices in the National Reference Collection, Parks Canada, by E. I. Woodhead, C. Sullivan, and G. Gusset. 22(1):122-23.
  • Living in a Material World: Canadian and American Approaches to Material Culture, edited by Gerald L. Pocius. 28(1):111-12.
  • Lock 24: First Welland Canal, by Historica Research Limited. 25(117-18).
  • Looking at History: Indiana's Hoosier National Forest Region, 1600 to 1950, by Ellen Seiber and Cheryl Ann Munson. 29(4):104-6.
  • Mackinac and the Porcelain City, by Eugene T. Petersen. 21(2):133-34.
  • Manufacture of Gunflints, The, by Sydney B. J. Skertchly. 21(2):134-36.
  • Maritime Archaeology: A Technical Handbook, by Jeremy Green. 28(1):117-18.
  • Martin Frobsiher's Northwest Venture, 1576-1581; Mines, Minerals, & Metallurgy, by D. D. Hogarth, P. W. Boreham, and J. G. Mitchell. 30(2):114-15.
  • Martindale Cabin: An 1857 Stone Structure in Greenwood County, Kansas, The, by Virginia A. Wulfkuhle and Christopher M. Schoen. 29(2):112-14.
  • Material Basis of the Postbellum Tenant Plantation: Historical Archaeology in the South Carolina Piedmont, The, by Charles E. Orser, Jr. 24(1):115-17.
  • Material Culture and Mass Consumption, by Daniel Miller. 25(2):115-16.
  • Material Culture, Social Relations, and Spatial Organization on a Colonial Frontier: The Pope Site (44SN180), Southampton County, Virginia, by Theodore R. Reinhart. 26(2):110-112.
  • Meaders Family: North Georgia Potters, The, by Ralph Rinzler and Robert Sayers. 21(1):107-8.
  • Meaning of Things: Material Culture and Symbolic Expression, The, edited by I. Hodder. 26(2):103-4.
  • Meta Incognita Project: Contributions to Field Studies, The, by Stephen Alsford. 29(2):125-26.
  • Mill Creek Site and Pattern Recognition in Historical Archaeology, The, by Patrick Edward Martin. 23(1):123-24.
  • Missions to the Calusa, edited by John H. Hann. 27(3):124-25.
  • Mortuary Variability, An Archaeological Investigation, by John M. O'Shea. 22(1):110-112.
  • Moser Farmstead, The, by Leslie C. Stewart-Abernathy. 22(2):96-97.
  • Most Respectable Place in the Territory: Everyday Life in Hudson's Bay Company Service, York Factory, 1788-1870, The, by Michael Payne. 26(2):101-3.
  • Neale Pottery and Porcelain: Its Predecessors and Successors 1763-1820, by Diana Edwards. 23(2):134-35.
  • New England Glassworks: New Hampshire's Boldest Experiment in Early Glassmaking, The, by David Starbuck. 24(1):120-121. N
  • New Perspectives on Maryland Historical Archaeology, edited by Barbara J. Little and Richard J. Dent. 29(2):106-7.
  • New York City Neighborhoods: The 18th Century, by Nan A. Rothschild. 25(3):112-14.
  • Nottingham House: The Hudson's Bay Company in Athabasca, 1802-1906, by Karlis Karklins. 21(1):115-16.
  • 'Of the hut I builded': The Archaeology of Australia's History, by Graham Connah. 26(2):106-7.
  • Old House Dictionary: An Illustrated Guide to American Domestic Architecture 1600 to 1940, by Steven J. Phillips. 25(2):113-15.
  • Old Salem: An Adventure in Historic Preservation, Revised Edition, by Frances Griffin. 23(2):121-23.
  • Old Village and the Great House: An Archaeological and Historical Examination of Drax Hall Plantation, St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica, The, by Douglas V. Armstrong. 25(3):123-24.
  • Ortega Adobe, West Main Street, The, by Roberta S. Greenwood and John M. Foster. 21(1):111-13.
  • "Our Duty Was Quite Arduous": History and Archaeology of the Civil War on Little Folly Island, South Carolina, by Martha A. Zierden, Steven D. Smith, and Ronald W. Anthony. 30(4):107-8.
  • Parks Canada Glass Glossary for the Description of Containers, Tableware, Closures, and Flat Glass, The, by Olive R. Jones and Catherine Sullivan. 22(1):118-20.
  • Pandora: An Archaeological Perspective, by Peter Gesner. 28(3):130-131.
  • Personal Discipline and Material Culture: An Archaeology of Annapolis, Maryland, 1695-1870, by Paul A. Shackel. 29(2):104-6.
  • Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture, III, edited by Thomas Carter and Bernard L. Herman. 25(2):111-13.
  • Peter Fidler and Nottingham House, Lake Athabasca, 1802-1806, by Robert S. Allen. 21(1):115-16.
  • Phase I & II Archaeological Investigations of Old Baltimore Pike from Four Seasons Parkway to the Christiana Bypass, New Castle County, Delaware, by Wade P. Catts, Jay Hodny, and Jay F. Custer. 27(1):125-27.
  • Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Section, Odessa Segment, of the U.S. Route 13 Corridor, New Castle County, Delaware, by Jay Hodny, David C. Bachman, and Jay F. Custer. 27(1):125-27.
  • Pioneer Settlers, Tenant Farmers, and Communities: Objectives, Historical Background, and Excavations, edited by Randall W. Moir and David H. Jurney. 25(2):119-21.
  • Pioneers in Historical Archaeology: Breaking New Ground, edited by Stanley South. 29(4):90-91.
  • Place at Christeen: Final Archaeological Investigations of the Patterson Lane Site Complex, Christiana, New Castle County, Delaware, The, by Wade P. Catts, Jay Hodny, and Jay F. Custer. 27(1):125-27.
  • Place to Belong: Community Order and Everyday Space in Calvert, Newfoundland, A, by Gerald L. Pocius. 27(4):97-98.
  • Post-Medieval Archaeology in Britain, by David Crossley. 27(4):94-95.
  • Postmedieval Boat and Ship Archaeology, edited by Carl Olaf Cederlund. 22(2):112-13.
  • Pottery and Porcelain on Peachtree Street, edited by Cecilia Mazzola. 25(2):116-17.
  • Pottery on the Willamette, A History of the Oregon Pottery Company, 1866-1896, by Blaine A. Schmeer. 24(3):125-26.
  • Proceedings of the Symposium on Ohio Valley Urban and Historic Archaeology, Vol. 1, edited by Donald B. Ball and Philip J. DiBlasi. 22(1):107-10.
  • Public Archaeology in Annapolis: A Critical Approach in Maryland's Ancient City, by Parker B. Potter, Jr. 30(4):112-14.
  • Quaternary Coastlines and Marine Archaeology: Toward a Prehistory of Land Bridges and Continental Shelves, edited by P. M. Masters and N. C. Flemming. 21(2):121-22.
  • Recording Old Houses, by R. W. McDowwall. 22(1):117-18.
  • Recovery of Meaning: Historical Archaeology in the Eastern United States, The, by Mark P. Leone and Parker B. Potter, Jr. 24(3):115-18.
  • Red Bay, Labrador: World Whaling Capital A.D. 1550-1600, by James A. Tuck and Robert Grenier. 25(2):104-5.
  • Remember Man Thou Art Dust: Coffin Hardware of the Early Twentieth Century, by Debi Hacker-Norton and Michael Trinkley. 21(1):119-21.
  • Report of the Galena-U.S. Route 20 Bridge Replacement Archaeological Study, Jo Daviess County, Illinois, by Floyd R. Mansberger. 22(1):127-28.
  • Report on the Nautical Archeology of Lake Champlain, Results of the 1982 Field Season of the Champlain Maritime Society, A, edited by Arthur B. Cohen. 22(2):114-15.
  • Rice Bowls in the Delta: Artifacts Recovered from the 1915 Asian Community of Walnut Grove, California, by Julia A. Costello and Mary L. Maniery. 25(1):123.
  • Richmond Hill Plantation, 1810-1868: The Discovery of Antebellum Life on a Waccamaw Rice Plantation, by James L. Michie. 27(4):98-100.
  • Rincon Townsite: Cultural Resource Investigation, The, by Roberta S. Greenwood and John M. Foster. 23(2):129-30.
  • Rise of the Castle, The, by M. W. Thompson. 29(2):128-29.
  • Rock Island, Historical Indian Archaeology in the Northern Lake Michigan Basin, by Ronald J. Mason. 24(1):112-13.
  • Rose Theatre, The, by Christine Eccles. 28(3):133.
  • San Pedro y San Pablo De Patale: A Seventeenth-Century Spanish Mission in Leon County, Florida, by B. Calvin Jones, John Hann, and John F. Scarry. 28(1):121-22.
  • Santa Ine's Mission Excavations: 1986-1988, by Julia G. Costello. 27(4):104-5.
  • Sea Remembers, The, edited by Peter Throckmorton. 22(2):111-12.
  • Search for Sunken Treasure: Exploring the World's Great Shipwrecks, The, by Robert F. Marx and Jenifer Marx. 29(2):102-3.
  • Seeing Beneath the Soil: Prospecting Methods in Archaeology, by Anthony Clark. 28(1):112-13.
  • Ships and Shipwrecks of the Americas: A History Based on Underwater Archaeology, edited by George F. Bass. 24(1):110-111.
  • Shipwreck Anthropology, edited by Richard A. Gould. 23(2):119-21.
  • Sixteenth Century Maiolica Pottery in the Valley of Mexico, by Florence C. Lister and Robert H. Lister. 22(1):120-122.
  • Sixteenth-Century Spanish Campsite in the Tiguex Province, A, by Bradley J. Vierra. 27(1):123-25.
  • Small History of the Forgotten and the Never Known, A, by William M. Gardner and Joan M. Walker. 28(1):125-27.
  • Soldier Off Duty: Domestic Aspects of Military Life at Fort Chambly Under the French Regime As Revealed by Archaeological Objects, The, by François Miville-Deschenes. 22(2):92-93.
  • Spanish Sea: The Gulf of Mexico in North American Discovery, 1500-1685, by Robert S. Weddle. 21(2):122-24.
  • Structural Considerations of Metis Ethnicity: An Archaeological, Architectural, and Historical Study, by David V. Burley, Gayle A. Horsfall, and John D. Brandon. 29(2):119-21.
  • Stolen House, The, by Bernard L. Herman. 27(3):122-24.
  • Studies in South Carolina Archaeology: Essays in Honor of Robert L. Stephenson, edited by Albert C. Goodyear III and Glen T. Hanson. 26(2):107-9.
  • Study of Five Historic Cemeteries at Choke Canyon Reservoir, Live Oak and McMullen Counties, A, by Anne A. Fox. 23(1):131-33.
  • Submerged Cultural Resources Site Report: Charles H. Spencer's Mining Operation and Paddle Wheel Steamboat, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, edited by Toni Carrell. 25(3):119.
  • Submerged Historic Resources Investigations, Brownsville Channel and Brazos Santiago Depot (41CF4), Cameron County, Texas, by Steven D. Hoyt, Robert Gearhart, and Theresa Lee Myers. 28(1):116-17.
  • Surviving Fieldwork: A Report of the Advisory Panel on Health and Safety in Fieldwork, by Nancy Howell. 27(1):131-32.
  • Tangled Machinery and Charred Relics—The Historical and Archaeological Investigation of the C.S.S. Nashville, by Franklin N. Chance, Paul C. Chance, and David L. Topper. 22(2):115-16.
  • Texture of Industry: An Archaeological View of the Industrialization of North America, The, Robert B. Gordon and Patrick M. Malone. 30(4):106-7.
  • Theses and Dissertations Relevant to Virginia Archaeology, Architecture, and Material Culture, by J. Mark Wittkofski. 29(1):126-27.
  • Those of Little Note: Gender, Race, and Class in Historical Archaeology, edited by Elizabeth M. Scott. 29(4):88-90.
  • Tidecraft: The Boats of South Carolina, Georgia, and Northeastern Florida, 1550-1950, by William C. Fleetwood, Jr. 30(2):110-111.
  • Toast to the Fur Trade—A Picture Essay on Its Material Culture, A, by Robert C. Wheeler. 22(2):106-7.
  • Trade Ornament Usage Among the Native Peoples of Canada: A Source Book, by Karlis Karklins. 29(1):119-20.
  • Trademarks on Base-Metal Tableware: Late 18th Century to circa 1900 (Including Marks on Britannia Metal, Iron, Copper Alloys and Silver-Plated Goods), by Eileen Woodhead. 28(1):115-16.
  • Tram and Cameron: Two Early Contact Era Seneca Sites, by Charles F. Wray, Martha L. Sempowski, and Lorraine P. Saunders. 28(1):119-20.
  • Tucson at the Turn of the Century: The Archaeology of a City Block, by Jonathan B. Mabry, James E. Ayres, and Regina L. Chapin-Pyritz. 30(4):111-12.
  • 200 Years of Soot and Sweat: The History and Archaeology of Vermont's Iron, Charcoal, and Lime Industries, by Victor R. Rolando. 28(3):128-30.
  • Two Worlds: The Indian Encounter With the European, 1492-1509, by S. Lyman Tyler. 28(3):120-121.
  • Ubiquitous Trade Bead, The, by Anita Engle. 27(4):107-8.
  • Uncommon Ground: Archaeology and Early African America, 1650-1800, by Leland Ferguson. 28(3):121-23.
  • Under the Boardwalk in Québec City/Les Dessous de la Terrasse à Québec, by Pierre Beaudet. 28(1):122-24.
  • Underwater Dig: Introduction to Marine Archaeology, The, by Robert F. Marx. 28(1):118-19.
  • U.S. Army in the West, 1870-1880: Uniforms, Weapons, and Equipment, The, by Douglas C. McChristian. 30(3):98-99.
  • Valuing Cultural Landscapes in the U.S.A., Britain, and Australia, by J. A. Russell. 27(1):127-29.
  • Village of Outcasts: Historical Archaeology and Documentary Research at the Lighthouse Site, A, by Kenneth L. Feder. 30(4):115-17.
  • Visitations and Revolts in Florida, 1656-1695, by John H. Hann. 29(2):117-19.
  • Walking the Plank: A True Adventure Among Pirates, by Stephen Kiesling. 30(2):111-12.
  • Water Mills of the Missouri Ozarks, by George G. Suggs, Jr. 27(4):106-7.
  • Water Power in Scotland, 1550-1870, by John Shaw. 22(2):103-4.
  • Weaponry from the Machault, An 18th-Century French Frigate, by Douglas Bryce. 21(2):129-30.
  • Whaling and Sealing Sites in South Australia, by Parry Kostoglou and Justin McCarthy. 21(1):112-14.
  • Whaling in the North Atlantic: From Earliest Times to the Mid-19th Century, by Jean-Pierre Proulx. 25(3):120.
  • Wheat Pattern: An Illustrated Survey, The, by Lynne Sussman. 22(2):108-9.
  • Widah: Cape Cod's Mystery Treasure Ship, by Edwin Dethlefsen. 21(2):126-27.
  • Wine, Yaman and Stone: The Archeology of a Russian Hospital Trash Pit, by Catherine Holder Blee. 23(2):128-29.
  • Women in Archaeology, edited by Cheryl Claasen. 29(4):84-87.
  • Women in Archaeology: A Feminist Critique, edited by Hilary duCros and LauraJane Smith. 29(4):84-87.
  • Wong Ho Leun: An American Chinatown, edited by Great Basin Foundation. 24(3):121-23.
  • Wreck Diver's Guide to Sailing Ship Artifacts of the 19th Century, The, by David Leigh Stone. 29(2):101.
  • Wybalena: The Archaeology of Cultural Accommodation in Nineteenth-Century Tasmania, by Judy Birmingham. 30(3):93-95.
  • Yorktown's Captive Fleet, by John O. Sands. 21(2):125-26.
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