Historical Archaeology; Volumes 1-20(2); 1967-1986; Index

Compiled by Olive R. Jones

Subject Index

|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|L|M|N|P|R|S|T|U|W|

A

  • acculturation, see cultural adaptation
  • activity areas, identification of, 6:71-73; 7:15-21, 24-26; 17(l):66; 19(2):48-55; 20(2):5-15, 89-94
  • Africa, historical archaeology in, 18(l):76-86; 20(l):1-14
  • Afro-American sites, 5:3-17, 56-59; 13:1-13; 15(2):58-68; 18(l):1-14; 20(2):47-58
  • alcohol consumption, 18(l):38-51
  • archaeologists (see also historical archaeology, the discipline), 3:75-84; 9:83-85
  • architectural recording, 3:34-48; 7:30-45; 11:3-4; 19(1):65-75
  • arrastras, 17(l):85-95
  • artifacts, brief descriptions of, 6:36-39, 68, 69-70; 10:42-43; 12:44-48; 13:100-17; 17(l):61-65; 18(l):64-74
  • axes (see also tools), 20(l):72-76

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B

  • ballast, 10:42-45; 11: 113; 17(2):34-37
  • Basque sites in North America, 19(1):1-31
  • beads (see also artifacts, brief descriptions of), 4:15-20; 5:8-9; 6:87-101; 8:64-82;10:17-27; 11:76-77, 78, 79; 19(2):87-105
  • bibliographies,
  • beads, 6:87-101
  • historical archaeology, 2:128-30; 3:107-09; 4:120-31; 5:131-34; 6:119-30; 7:97-109; 8:130-39; 9:99-103
  • Black sites, see Afro-American sites
  • blacksmith shops, 20(l):63-94; 20(2):89-94
  • bricks, 11:84-89, 112-18; 18(l):103-07; 19(l):91-92
  • building hardware (see also artifacts, brief descriptions of), 11:45-47; 13:109-11, 112
  • burials, see cemetery sites
  • buttons, see wearing apparel

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C

  • campsite, 10: 121-23
  • Canada,
    • British Columbia, sites in, 20(2):16-26
    • glass industry, 18(2):91-92; 19(l):38-50
    • legislation for heritage protection, 12:51-57
    • New Brunswick, sites in, 11: 105-11; 12:93-104
    • Newfoundland and Labrador, sites in, 19(l):1-31
    • Northwest Territories, sites in, 10: 131-34; 17(2):100-05
    • Nova Scotia, sites in, 1:78-80; 3:51-65
    • Ontario, sites in, 3:7-11; 4:34-50
    • Quebec, sites in, 9:41-44; 10:121-23
    • Saskatchewan, sites in, 19(2):19-39
    • Yukon Territory, sites in, 11:122-23
  • canal sites, 1:63-70, 88-90; 17(2):80-92 passim; 20(l):50-62
  • cartography, assessing historical map accuracy, 20(2):27-37
  • casks, 19(l):1-31
  • cemetery sites, 1:40-42; 7:58-62; 11:74-83; 17(2):100-05; 19(l):98-105
  • ceramic (see also artifacts, brief descriptions of; bricks; Native North American artifacts; tiles),
  • alternative use of, 15(l):66-78
    • CC index, 14:1-40; 17(2):89-90
    • classification, 14:1-40; 17(l):3-17, 18-43
    • Colono-Indian, 13:1-13; 15(2):58-68
    • earthenwares,
    • coarse, 5:18-37, 47; 6:35; 8:53-63; 12:33-42; 15(l):66-78; 17(l):3-17; 18(2):75-82
    • fine, 5:74-91; 11:105-11; 12:78-81, 93-104; 14:1-40; 15(l):58-62; 16(1-2):1-358; 17(2):89-91
    • tin-glazed, 6:34-35; 8:17-52; 10:28-41; 12:1-24, 39-41, 43-44, 82-92; 15(l):57-62;
    • 18(l):76-86, 87-102; 18(2):75-82
    • estimating vessel populations, 20(2):59-85
    • factory sites, 2:86-97 passim; 5:18-37; 8:17-52, 53-63; 17(l):9-14; 18(l):87-102
    • figurines, 2:10; 6:47-56
    • finger prints on, 4:76-82; 5:30-34
    • mean date formula, 11:90-104; 12:82-92
    • modified, 6:15, 16, 38, 39
    • Ohio, East Liverpool potteries, 16(1-2):1-358
    • porcelain, 6:1-22; 12:10-11, 41, 44
    • socio-economic status of, 11:94, 100-03; 12:93-104; 14:1-40; 15(2):64-67; 17(2):89-92; 18(2):80-81
    • stoneware, 12:96-97
    • time lag, 15(l):88-93
    • trade marks on, 5:23, 24, 77-88; 7:17, 20; 8:58-59; 10:37-38; 11:124-25; 16(1-2):1-358
    • use marks on, 12:78-81
  • Chile, sites in, 18(l):52-75
  • Chinese in North America, 13:48-52; 14:58-72; 17(2):41-55; 19(l):86-95
  • church sites, 11:59-61, 62-65; 15(l):9, 66-78; 19(l):98-105
  • classification, 4:90-102; 17(t):18-43
    • bead, 10: 17-27
    • button, Phoenix, 9:74-77
    • ceramic, 14:1-40; 17(l):3-17, 18-43
    • gunflint, 9:48-50
    • Jesuit ring, 8:83-104; 10: 113-20
    • Jew's harp, 4:93-100
    • site, 15(l):4-6
  • coins (see also artifacts, brief descriptions of), 11:78-80, 99, 100; 13:48-52; 14:58-72, 82-107; 17(2):41-55
  • computer applications in archaeology, 10:54-67; 20(2):27-37
  • conservation techniques, 1:52-54; 2:56-58; 3:11; 9:55-64; 15(l):36-48; 17(l):96-103
  • construction techniques, 11:122-23; 15(l):66-78
  • consumption patterns, 4:59-69; 12:93-104; 20(2):47-58
  • coopering industry, 19(l):1-31
  • cultural adaptation, 10:1-16
    • Afro-American, 18(l):1-14
    • ceramic manufacturers, 6:42-44; 8:17-52; 12:1-24; 17(l):9-14
    • Euroamerican, 17(2):4-26; 18(2):75-82
    • gunflint manufacturers, 17(2):27-40 passim
    • missions, 1:57-59
    • Native North Americans, 1:70; 4:23, 25-28; 11:56-66; 17(2):56-63; 19(2):19-39
    • pipemakers, clay tobacco, 13:14-37
  • cultural resource assessment (see also field techniques), 14:42-57
  • cultural resource management, 7:3-10; 11:26-35, 39-44

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D

  • dating techniques,
    • artifact frequencies, 20(2):16-26
    • ceramics, for, 11:90-104, 105-11; 12:89-92
    • footwear, for, 2:58-64
    • glass, for, 1:49-51; 2:35-44, 46-49; 4:70-75; 18(2):83-96
    • gunflints, for, 4:51-58; 5:106-09, 109-11; 17(2):27-40
    • pipes, clay tobacco, for, 5:42-45, 98, 100-01; 12:82-92; 19(2):76, 78, 81, 82
    • underwater site dates, 1:45
  • demographics, 1:40-42; 15(2):87-116
  • documentary research, 1:73-78; 15(l):7-8; 17(l):18-43; 19(l):32-37
  • drawings, 11:119-22; 19(2):106-09
  • Dutch colonial sites, 11: 112-18; 18(l):15-37
    • artifact frequencies, 20(2):16-26
    • ceramics, for, 11:90-104, 105-11; 12:89-92
    • footwear, for, 2:58-64
    • glass, for, 1:49-51; 2:35-44, 46-49; 4:70-75; 18(2):83-96
    • gunflints, for, 4:51-58; 5:106-09, 109-11; 17(2):27-40
    • pipes, clay tobacco, for, 5:42-45, 98, 100-01; 12:82-92; 19(2):76, 78, 81, 82
    • underwater site dates, 1:45
  • demographics, 1:40-42; 15(2):87-116
  • documentary research, 1:73-78; 15(l):7-8; 17(l):18-43; 19(l):32-37
  • drawings, 11:119-22; 19(2):106-09
  • Dutch colonial sites, 11: 112-18; 18(l):15-37

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E

  • Ethnicity (see also cultural adaptation), 6:72, 73; 18(l):38-51; 19(2):19-39

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F

  • farm sites, 1:60-63; 9:11-25; 19(2):40-56
  • farming communities, 10:99-112
  • farming practices (see also landscape), 1:60-63; 9:12-15, 18-24
  • faunal analysis, 14:77-80; 17(2):64-79; 19(l):76-78
    • butchering patterns, 11:67-73; 19(2):40-56, 110-13
    • carrion disposal, 10:68-72
    • consumption patterns, 20(2):47-58
    • cultural adaptation, 17(2):4-26
    • farming practices, 9:11-25
    • foodways, 9:11-25; 10:68-72
    • Native North American sites, 4:24-25; 6:39-40
    • socio-economic status, 15(2):62-64; 17(l):44-53; 19(2):110-13; 20(l):15-28
  • field techniques,
    • architectural recording of extant buildings, 3:34-48; 11:3-4
    • chemical surveys, 18(2):20-37; 20(2):89-94
    • computer graphics of artifact density, 10:54-67
    • estimating vessel populations, 20(2):59-85
    • ground-penetrating radar, 11:48-55; 18:(2)64-74
    • magnetometer surveys, 9:26-40; 18(2):4-19, 20-37, 38-53, 54-63
    • map accuracy assessment, 20(2):27-37
    • mapping, rapid projected, 19(1):79-85
    • photography, 2:73-113
    • remote sensing, 15(2):69-86
    • sampling design, 10:73-92
    • sonar, 10:46-53
    • survey techniques, 14:46-50; 18(l):111, 114; 19(l):98-105
  • financing excavations, see funding excavations
  • fish processing sites, 19(l):1-31, 86-95; 19(2):57-86; 20(2):86-88
  • fishing equipment, 4:20-22; 19(2):83
  • foodways (see also faunal analysis), 4:24-25; 5:9-11, 13; 12:78-81; 17(2):4-26, 64-79; 19(2):40-56
  • French colonial sites, 1:78-80; 3:49-65; 14:82-92, 103-06; 18(2):20-37, 38-53; 20(l):63-94
  • funding excavations, 1:54-57, 71-78
  • fur trade sites, 1:46-48; 4:34-50; 14:82-107; 15(l):19-35; 15(2):28-29, 43-44; 17(2):93-99; 19(2):19-39; 20(l):15-28

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G

  • gardens and gardening (see also landscape), 2:69-72; 5:29, 30, 31
  • glass (see also artifacts, brief descriptions of),
    • bottles, 2:45-55; 4:59-69; 5:42, 43; 6:83-85; 7:21, 23; 15(l):25-28
    • Essence of Peppermint, 15(2):1-57
    • London Mustard, 17(l):69-84
    • machine production on, impact of, 19(l):38-50
    • manufacturing techniques for, 4:70-75; 5:62-73; 15(2):16-20, 23-25; 18(2):83-96
    • terminology for, 12:58-67
    • Turlington's Balsam of Life, 15(l):105-08
    • dating techniques, 1:49-51; 2:35-44, 46-49; 4:70-75; 18(2):83-96
    • photographing, 7:78-80; 10:128-30
    • tableware, 2:5-34; 12:43-44, 46
    • technology, 2:35-44; 5:62-73; 15(2):16-20, 23-25; 18(2):83-96; 19(l):38-50; 19(2):87-98
    • trademarks on, 2:47-52
  • Great Britain, sites in, 10:44-45
  • gunflints, see weaponry

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H

  • Haiti, sites in, 20(l):44-49
  • Harrington, J. C., Medal in Historical Archaeology, 17(l):1-2
    • Cotter, John L., 18(2):1-3
    • Fairbanks, Charles H., 17(2):1-3
    • Kidd, Kenneth E., 19(2):1-4
    • Quimby, George 1., 20(2):1-3
  • historical archaeology (see also restoration and archaeology; Society for Historical Archaeology)
    • bibliographies of, 2:128-30; 3:107-09; 4:120-31; 5:131-34; 6:119-30; 7:97-109; 8:130-39; 9:99-103
    • discipline, the, 1:23-24, 36-38, 43-44; 3:67-74, 75-84; 4:83-89; 7:3-10; 8:7-16; 9:81-82; 10:93-98; 18(l):1-14; 19(l):32-37; 20(l):1-14
  • hotel sites, 7:11-29; 17(l):47-50, 54-68
  • house sites, 5:3-17, 38-48; 6:57-64, 77-86; 15(l):49-65; 17(l):3-17; 17(2):4-26;
  • extant buildings, changes in, 7:30-45; 19(l):65-75
  • field techniques on, 2:80-113 passim; 11:48-55
  • urban house lots, 20(2):5-15, 38-46

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I

  • industrial archaeology, the discipline, 2:66-68; 3:87-93, 93-94; 11:3-4, 40-44; 19(l):27-30
  • industrial sites (see also ceramic, factory sites; fish processing sites; mining sites), 1:34-36; 9:9-10; 10:73-92; 11:3-14, 41-44; 18(2):97-99, 106-10; 19(l):51-64

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J

  • jail site, 17(l):45-50
  • Jamaica, sites in, 2:5-34; 7:58-62
  • Jesuit rings, see wearing apparel
  • Jew's harps, 4:93-100

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L

  • landscape (see also farming practices; gardens and gardening), drainage, 5:20-21; 15(2):76-86
  • land use, 10:3-8; 15(2):87-116-, 20(2):5-15, 38-46
  • legislation, heritage protection, 7:63-67; 11:39-40; 12:51-57
  • linoleum, 7:19, 21

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M

  • marbles, 5:102-05
  • medical practices (see also glass, bottles), 15(l):19-35; 15(2):1-57; 18(l):38-51
  • memorials,
    • DiPeso, Charles C., 17(2):106-11
    • Fairbanks, Charles H., 19(2):122-24
    • Treganza, Adan E., 3:85-86
    • Walker, Iain C., 19(l):106-10
  • metallurgy, 11:46-47; 14:108-19
  • metrology, 17(2):93-99
  • Mexico, sites in, 2:45-55; 6:47-56; 11:56-66; 12:1-24; 15(l):1-18, 49-65; 15(2):87-116; 18(l):87-102
  • military sites, 1:38-40, 59; 14:82-107; 15(l):11-12; 15(2):26-28, 42; 17(l):96-103
    • field techniques on, 2:100-03; 10:54-67; 11:92-104; 13:38-47; 18(2):20-37, 38-53
    • restoration of, 1:78-80; 3:49-65; 11:15-38
    • socio-economic status at, 11:92-104; 12:93-104; 18(l):103-07
  • mill sites, see industrial sites
  • mining sites, 1:80-82; 4:59-69; 17(l):85-95; 18(l):52-75; 18(2):97-99, 106-10
  • mission sites, 1:57-59; 6:23-46
  • Montserrat, sites in, 15(l):105-08
  • Mormon site, 13:53-119
  • Morocco, sites in, 18(l):76-86
  • mortar, brass, 7:46-53

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N

  • nails, see building hardware
  • National Register of Historic Places, 7:63-67
  • Native North American artifacts,
    • Florida, from, 6:23-46; 12:27-48; 18(2):75-82
    • Georgia, from, 11:76-80
    • gunflints, 17(2):27-40
    • Michigan, from, 4:4-6, 9-17, 29-31
    • South Carolina, from, 13:1-13
  • Native North American sites, 1:57-59, 70; 15(2):29-31, 44
    • Arizona, in, 6:65-76
    • California, in, 6:1-22
    • Canada, in, 9:41-44; 19(2):19-39; 20(2):16-26
    • Florida, in, 6:23-46
    • Georgia, in, 11:74-83
    • Mexico, in, 11:56-66
    • Michigan, in, 4:3-33; 14:111-19
    • New Hampshire, in, 7:54-57
    • New Mexico, in, 17(2):56-63
    • New York, in, 8:83-104
    • northwest coast, on, 14:58-72; 20(2):16-26
    • Wisconsin, in, 10: 113-20
  • The Netherlands, sites in, 8:64-68
  • Nickel silver, 14:108-19

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P

  • patterns, South's artifact, 13:6-10, 38-47; 15(2):61-62; 20(l):29-43
  • Peru, sites in, 17(l):54-68
  • photography, 2:73-113; 7:78-80; 8:112-14; 10: 128-30; 11:4-13; 19(2):106-09
  • pictographs, 15(l):113-16
  • pipes, clay tobacco (see also artifacts, brief descriptions of), 3:11, 12-33; 5:12-13, 42-45, 92-99; 6:81-83; 13:14-37; 15(l):109-12; 19(2):76, 78, 81, 82
    • alternative use of, 8:105-11; 10: 124-27; 12:105-07
    • tool for measuring bore diameters, 5:100-01
  • plantation sites, 15(l):12; 15(2):58-68, 69-86; 18(l):1-14; 19(l):51-64; 20(2):47-58
  • Portuguese colonial sites, 18(l):76-86
  • preservation of historic resources, see cultural resource management; restoration and archaeology
  • printers' type, 13:87-100, 102
  • printing shop site, 13:65-119
  • privy sites, 5:74; 18(l):110-15
  • public archaeology, 1:43-44, 71-73; 5:49-61; 7:3-10; 14:42-43, 55

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R

  • razing, 19(l):65-75
  • reconstruction, see restoration and archaeology
  • research design, 6:71-75; 10:1-16; 18(l):60-64, 72-74
  • research models, 7:68-77; 10:73-92; 18(2):112-21; 19(l):27-30, 65-75; 19(2):5-18; 20(2):59-85
  • restoration and archaeology, 1:36-38, 78-80; 3:49-65; 5:49-61; 7:1-2; 9:81-82; 11:26-35; 13:120-22
  • rings, see wearing apparel
  • roads, 17(l):54-58, 65-67
  • Russian colonial sites, 17(2):93-99; 19(2):114-21

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S

  • saloon sites, see tavern sites
  • Santo Domingo, sites in, 15(l):74-76
  • ettlement patterns, 10:3-8, 73-92; 15(l):8-9, 49-65; 15(2):87-116; 18(l):87-102; 19(2):19-39; 20(l):29-43
  • ship construction, 3:7, 9-11; 20(l):95-108
  • slave sites, see Afro-American sites
  • Society for Historical Archaeology, 1:1-12, 12-22; 2:131-34; 8:5; 11:editor's note
    • activities in 1967, 1:83-87
    • editorial, 3:3-6
    • Harrington, J. C., Medal in Historical Archaeology, 17(l):1-2; 17(2):1-3; 18(2):1-3; 19(2):1-4; 20(2):1-3
    • president's page, 2:1-3; 3:1-2; 4:1-2; 7:1-2
  • socio-economic status, measuring, 15(2):58-68; 18(l):1-14, 52-75; 20(l):44-49
    • building materials, by, 18(l):103-07
    • ceramics, by, 11:94, 100-03; 12:93-104; 14:1-40; 17(2):80-92; 18(2):75-82
    • faunal remains, by, 17(l):44-53; 19(2):110-13; 20(l):15-28
  • Spain, sites in, 15(l):66-78
  • Spanish colonial sites (see also mission sites;
  • Native North American sites), 8:17-52; 10:1-16, 28-41; 12:1-24, 25-50, 82-92; 18(2):75-82; 20(l):44-49
  • store, retail, 6:65-76
  • strike-a-lights, see weaponry, gunflints
  • Swedish colonial sites, 11: 112-18

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T

  • tavern sites, 17(l):44-53; 18(2):112-21
  • theory, see historical archaeology, the discipline; industrial archaeology, the discipline
  • tiles (see also artifacts, brief descriptions of), 10:132, 133
    • drainage, 5:20-21, 25, 26, 30
    • flooring, 18(t):103-07
    • roofing, 5:27, 30; 8:22, 23, 30-31, 32, 41-42, 48-49
  • tin cans, 15(l):95-104; 18(2):97-111
  • tools (see also artifacts, brief descriptions of), 11:77, 80-81; 20(l):63-94
  • town sites (see also urban sites), 11:56-66; 18(l):52-75; 18(2):54-63
  • toys, 5:102-05
  • trade networks, 7:68-77; 8:17-52; 10: 11-13, 28-41, 99-112; 15(l):88-93; 17(2):80-92; 19(2):5-18; 20(2):16-26

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U

  • underwater archaeology, 1:44-46; 7:3-10; 9:83-85
  • underwater sites, 2:14-16; 3:7-11; 10:42-45; 15(l):12-13; 20(l):8, 95-108
  • field techniques for, 9:26-40; 10:46-53
  • United States of America,
    • excavations on federal lands, 1:54-57; 7:63-67
    • legislation for heritage protection, 7:63-67; 11:39-40
    • National Register of Historic Places, 7:63-67
    • sites in, 1:83-87
    • Alaska, 19(2):114-21
    • Arizona, 6:65-76; 17(2):41-55; 18(1):38-51
    • Arkansas, 20(2):5-15
    • California, 1:71-78; 3:12-33; 6:1-22; 7:30-45; 13:48-52; 17(l):44-53; 17(2):93-99; 18(2):97-99, 106-10; 19(l):86-95; 20(l):95-108
    • Delaware, 2:69-72; 11: 112-18; 20(2):89-94
    • Florida, 6:23-46, 47-56, 57-64; 10:42-45; 12:25-50, 82-92; 14:73-81; 18(2):75-82
    • Georgia, 4:51-58; 5:3-17, 106-09, 109-11; 11:74-83; 14:42-57; 17(2):4-26; 20(2):47-58
    • Illinois, 13:53-119; 18(2):20-37
    • Indiana, 18(2):4-19, 38-53
    • Louisiana, 15(2):69-86
    • Maine, 18(2):112-21; 19(2):57-86; 20(l):63-94; 20(2):86-88
    • Maryland, 13:14-37; 17(l):18-43; 18(l):108-15
    • Massachusetts, 6:77-86; 11:92-104; 17(1):3-17; 18(2):112-21
    • Michigan, 4:3-33, 90-91, 95-98; 14:82-107, 111-17
    • Minnesota, 13:38-47
    • Mississippi, 18(2):54-63; 19(2):5-18
    • Missouri, 19(2):40-56
    • New England, 1:34-36, 40-42
    • New Hampshire, 7:54-57; 19(2):112
    • New Jersey, 11:15-38; 15(l):79-94
    • New Mexico, 10:1-16; 17(2):56-63
    • New York, 1:63-70, 88-90; 5:18-37, 74-91, 92-99; 8:83-104, 105-11; 10:54-67, 73-92; 15(l):79-94; 18(l):15-37, 103-07; 18(2):112-21; 19(2):5-18
    • Ohio, 16(2):1-358; 17(2):80-92; 19(l):65-75; 20(2):61-85
    • Oregon, 14:58-72
    • Pennsylvania, 9:1-10; 11:3-14, 48-55; 17(l):96-103; 18(l):108-15
    • Rhode Island, 9:11-25
    • South Carolina, 13:1-13; 15(2):58-68; 19(l):51-64; 20(l):29-43; 20(2):47-58
    • Texas, 9:32-34, 35
    • Virginia, 5:38-48; 8:53-63; 10:68-72; 13:14-37; 17(l):18-43; 18(2):64-74, 112-21; 19(l):98-105; 20(l):50-62
    • Washington, 10:99-112; 11:67-73; 14:58-72; 15(l):19-35; 19(2):5-18
    • Wisconsin, 10: 113-20; 20(l):15-28
    • Wyoming, 7:11-29
    • urban sites (see also town sites), 1:43-44; 2:45-46, 53-54; 5:49-61; 15(l):9-11; 18(l):38-51; 20(2):47-58
      • Atlanta, 14:42-57
      • Charleston, 20(l):29-43
      • house lots, 20(2):5-15, 38-46
      • New York, 15(l):79-94; 18(l):15-37
      • nightsoil disposal, 18(l):108-15
      • Philadelphia, 9:1-10
      • Sacramento, 1:71-78v

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  • waterfront sites, 18(l):15-37; 19(2):79-80; 20(2):86-88
  • weaponry (see also artifacts, brief descriptions of), 4:21, 22, 23
    • firearms, 4:21, 23; 5:13-14; 13:38-47; 20(l):63-94
    • gunflints, 4:21, 23, 51-58; 5:46-47, 106-09, 109-11; 9:41-54, 65-73; 17(2):27-40; 20(l):80-84
  • wearing apparel (see also artifacts, brief descriptions of; beads), 5:45-47; 6:47-56
    • buttons, 9:74-80; 11:98-100, 102-03; 13:111, 113-15
    • footwear, 2:56-65; 17(l):96-103
    • Jesuit rings, 7:54-57; 8:83-104; 10: 113-20
    • personal adornment, 4:21, 22; 13:111, 115; 14:111-19
  • wells, 10:68-72; 14:73-81; 17(l):96-103
  • whaling sites, see fish processing sites

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