Historical Archaeology; Volumes 21-30 (2), 1987-1996; Index

Compiled by Vergil E. Noble

Subject Index: N-Z


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Native Americans

  • Ewen, Charles R.
    1996 Continuity and Change: De Soto and the Apalachee. 30(2):41-53.
  • Farnsworth, Paul
    1992 Missions, Indians, and Cultural Continuity. 26(1):22-36.
  • Kent, Susan
    1990 A Question of Inference: Interpretations of Site Abandonment Behavior from Survey Data. 24(2):70-81.
  • McEwan, Bonnie G.
    1991 The Archaeology of Women in the Spanish New World. 25(4):33-41.
  • Pertulla, Timothy K.
    1994 Material Culture of the Koasati Indians of Texas. 28(1):65-77.
  • Vernon, Richard
    1988 17th Century Apalachee Colono-Ware As a Reflection of Demography, Economics, and Acculturation. 22(1):76-82.
  • Whelan, Mary K.
    1991 Gender and Historical Archaeology: Eastern Dakota Patterns in the 19th Century. 25(4):17-32.

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Navajo

  • Kent, Susan
    1990 A Question of Inference: Interpretations of Site Abandonment Behavior from Survey Data. 24(2):70-81.

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Netherlands

  • Baart, Jan
    1988 Glass Bead Sites in Amsterdam. 22(1):67-75.

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Nevada

  • Hardesty, Donald L.
    1990 Evaluating Site Significance in Historical Mining Districts. 24(4):42-51.
  • Hattori, Eugene M., and Maria A. Thompson
    1987 Using Dendrochronology for Historical Reconstruction in the Cortez Mining District, North Central Nevada. 21(2):60-73.
  • Purser, Margaret
    1991 "Several Paradise Ladies Are Visiting in Town": Gender Strategies in the Early Industrial West. 25(4):6-16.
    1992 Consumption As Communication in Nineteenth-Century Paradise Valley, Nevada. 26(3):105-16.
  • Schmitt, Dave N., and Charles D. Zeier
    1993 Not by Bones Alone: Exploring Household Composition and Socioeconomic Status in an Isolated Historic Mining Community. 27(4):20-38.
  • Zeier, Charles D.
    1987 Historic Charcoal Production Near Eureka, Nevada: An Archaeological Perspective. 21(1):81-101.

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New Brunswick

  • Owen, J. V., and Denise Hansen
    1996 Compositional Constraints on the Identification of Eighteenth-Century Porcelain Sherds from Fort Beausejour, New Brunswick, and Grassy Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. 30(4):88-100.

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New England

  • Fitts, Robert K.
    1996 The Landscapes of Northern Bondage. 30(2):54-73.
  • McManamon, Francis P.
    1990 A Regional Perspective on Assessing the Significance of Historic Period Sites. 24(2):14-22.
  • Wilson, John S.
    1990 We've Got Thousands of These: What Makes an Historic Farmstead Significant? 24(2):23-33.
  • Yentsch, Anne
    1990 Minimum Vessel Lists As Evidence of Change in Folk and Courtly Traditions of Food Use. 24(3):24-53.
    1991 Engendering Visible and Invisible Ceramic Artifacts, Especially Dairy Vessels. 25(4):132-55.

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New Hampshire

  • Agnew, Aileen B.
    1995 Women and Property in Early 19th-Century Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 29(1):62-74.
  • Harrington, Faith
    1989 The Emergent Elite in Early 18th Century Portsmouth Society: The Archaeology of the Joseph Sherburne Houselot. 23(1):2-18.
  • Wilson, John S.
    1990 We've Got Thousands of These: What Makes an Historic Farmstead Significant? 24(2):23-33.

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New Jersey

  • Frielander, Amy
    1991 House and Barn; The Wealth of Farms, 1795-1815. 25(2):15-29.
  • Goodwin, Conrad M., Karen B. Metheny, Judson M. Kratzer, and Anne Yentsch
    1995 Recovering the Lost Landscapes of the Stockton Gardens at Morven, Princeton, New Jersey. 29(1):35-61.
  • Miller, Naomi F.
    1989 What Mean These Seeds: A Comparative Approach to Archaeological Seed Analysis. 23(2):50-59.
  • Sivilich, Daniel M.
    1996 Analyzing Musket Balls to Interpret a Revolutionary War Site. 30(2):101-9.

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New Mexico

  • Ayres, James E.
    1991 Historical Archaeology in Arizona and New Mexico. 25(3):18-23.
  • Crass, David C., and Wallsmith Deborah L
    1992 Where's the Beef? Food Supply at an Antebellum Frontier Post. 26(2):3-23.
  • Kent, Susan
    1990 A Question of Inference: Interpretations of Site Abandonment Behavior from Survey Data. 24(2):70-81.
  • Staski, Edward
    1990 Site Formation Processes at Fort Fillmore, New Mexico: First Interpretations. 24(3):79-90.
  • Staski, Edward, and Paul S. Johnston
    1992 Munition Artifacts from Fort Fillmore, New Mexico. 26(2):66-73.
  • Staski, Edward, and Joanne Reiter
    1996 Status and Adobe Quality at Fort Fillmore, New Mexico: Old Questions, New Techniques. 30(3):1-19.
  • Thomas, William J., Nathan W. Bower, John W. Kantner, Marianne L. Stoller, and David H. Snow
    1992 An X-Ray Fluorescence-Pattern Recognition Analysis of Pottery from an Early Historic Hispanic Settlement Near Santa Fe, New Mexico. 26(2):24-36.

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New York

  • Fisher, Charles L.
    1987 The Ceramics Collection from the Continental Army Cantonment at New Windsor, New York. 21(1):48-57.
  • Geismar, Joan H.
    1993 Where Is Night Soil? Thoughts on an Urban Privy. 27(2):57-70.
  • Gibb, James G., David J. Berstein, and Daniel F. Cassedy
    1990 Making Cheese: Archaeology of a 19th Century Rural Industry. 24(1):18-33.
  • Gilbert, Allan S., Garman Harbottle, and Daniel deNoyelles
    1993 A Ceramic Chemistry Archive for New Netherland/New York. 27(3):17-56.
  • Janowitz, Meta F.
    1993 Indian Corn and Dutch Pots: Seventeenth-Century Foodways in New Amsterdam/New York. 27(2):6-24.
  • Rothscild, Nan A., and Darlene Balkwill.
    1993 The Meaning of Change in Urban Faunal Deposits. 27(2):71-89.
  • Wall, Diana diZerega
    1991 Sacred Dinners and Secular Teas: Constructing Domesticity in Mid-19th-Century New York. 25(4):69-81.

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Noël Hume, Ivor

  • Kelso, William M.
    1992 J. C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology: Ivor Noël Hume, 1991. 26(2):1-2.

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North Africa

  • Meyers, J. Emlen, Fernando de Amores Carredano, Jacqueline S. Olin, and Alfonso Pleguezuelo Hernádez
    1992 Compositional Identification of Seville Majolica at Overseas Sites. 26(1):131-47.

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North Carolina

  • Skowronek, Russell K., and John W. Walker
    1993 European Ceramics and the Elusive "Cittie of Raleigh." 27(1):58-69.
  • Stine, Linda F.
    1990 Social Inequality and Turn-of-the-Century Farmsteads; Issues of Class, Status, Ethnicity, and Race. 24(4):37-49.
  • Thomas, Brian W.
    1994 Inclusion and Exclusion in the Moravian Settlement in North Carolina, 1770-1790. 28(3):15-29.

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North Dakota

  • De Vore, Steven L.
    1990 Fur Trade Era Blacksmith Shops at Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, North Dakota. 24(3):1-23.
  • Hunt, William J., Jr.
    1993 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. 27(3):74-101.

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Nova Scotia

  • Owen, J. V., and Denise Hansen
    1996 Compositional Constraints on the Identification of Eighteenth-Century Porcelain Sherds from Fort Beausejour, New Brunswick, and Grassy Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. 30(4):88-100.

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Ontario

  • McKillop, Heather
    1995 Recognizing Children's Graves in Nineteenth-Century Cemeteries: Excavations in St. Thomas Anglican Churchyard, Belleville, Ontario, Canada. 29(2):77-99.

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Osteology

  • Handler, Jerome S.
    1994 Determining African Birth from Skeletal Remains: A Note on Tooth Mutilation. 28(3):113-19.
  • Mann, Robert W., Douglas W. Owsley, and Paul A. Shackel
    1991 A Reconstruction of 19th-Century Surgical Techniques: Bones in Dr. Thompson's Privy. 25(1):106-12.

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Peasants

  • Samson, Ross
    1992 Knowledge, Constraint, and Power in Inaction: The Defenseless Medieval Wall. 26(3):26-44.

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Pennsylvania

  • De Cunzo, LuAnn
    1995 Reform, Respite, Ritual: An Archaeology of Institutions; The Magdalen Society of Philadelphia, 1800-1850. 29(3):iii-168.

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Peru

  • deFrance, Susan D.
    1996 Iberian Foodways in the Moquegua and Torata Valleys of Southern Peru. 30(3):20-48.
  • Rice, Prudence M., and Greg C. Smith
    1989 The Spanish Colonial Wineries of Moquegua, Peru. 23(2):41-49.
  • Rice, Prudence M., and Sara L. Van Beck
    1993 The Spanish Colonial Kiln Tradition of Moquegua, Preu. 27(4):65-81.

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Phosphate Testing

  • Garrison, Ervan
    1996 Archaeogeophysical and Geochemical Studies at George Washington Carver National Monument, Diamond, Missouri. 30(2):22-40.

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Phytolith Analysis

  • Rovner, Irwin
    1994 Floral History by the Back Door: A Test of Phytolith Analysis in Residential Yards at Harpers Ferry. 28(4):37-48.

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Pilling, Arnold R.

  • Miller, George L.
    1995 Memorial: Arnold Remington Pilling. 29(4):4-10.

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Plantations

  • Adams, William H., and Sarah J. Boling
    1989 Status and Ceramics for Planters and Slaves on Three Georgia Coastal Plantations. 23(1):69-96.
  • Babson, David W.
    1990 The Archaeology of Racism and Ethnicity on Southern Plantations. 24(4):20-28.
  • Brown, Kenneth L., and Doreen C. Cooper
    1990 Structural Continuity in an African-American Slave and Tenant Community. 24(4):7-19.
  • Crass, David C.
    1988 The Clay Pipes from Green Spring Plantation (44JC9), Virginia. 22(1):83-97.
  • Epperson, Terrence W.
    1990 Race and the Disciplines of the Plantation. 24(4):29-36.
  • Farnsworth, Paul
    1993 "What Is the Use of Plantation Archaeology"? No Use at All, If No One Else Is Listening! 27(1):114-16.
    1996 The Influence of Trade on Bahamian Slave Culture. 30(4):1-23.
  • Fitts, Robert K.
    1996 The Landscapes of Northern Bondage. 30(2):54-73.
  • Frielander, Amy
    1990 Beyond Regionalism: History, Archaeology, and the Future. 24(4):102-9.
  • Goodwin, Conrad
    1994 Betty's Hope Windmill: An Unexpected Problem. 28(1):99-110.
  • Handler, Jerome S.
    1996 A Prone Burial from a Plantation Slave Cemetery in Barbados, West Indies: Possible Evidence for an African-Type Witch or Other Negatively Viewed Person. 30(3):76-86.
  • Howson, Jean E.
    1990 Social Relations and Material Culture: A Critique of the Archaeology of Plantation Slavery. 24(4):78-91.
  • Jamieson, Ross W.
    1995 Material Culture and Social Death: African-American Burial Practices. 29(4):39-58.
  • Joseph, J. W.
    1989 Pattern and Process in the Plantation Archaeology of the Lowcountry of Georgia and South Carolina. 23(1):55-68.
    1993 White Columns and Black Hands: Class and Classification in the Plantation Ideology of the Georgia and South Carolina Lowcountry. 27(3):57-73.
  • Kimmel, Richard H.
    1993 Notes on the Cultural Origins and Functions of Sub-Floor Pits. 27(3):102-13.
  • Klingelhofer, Eric
    1987 Aspects of Early Afro-American Material Culture: Artifacts from the Slave Quarters at Garrison Plantation, Maryland. 21(2):112-19.
  • McCarthy, John P., Jeffrey B. Snyder, and Billy R. Roulette, Jr.
    1991 Arms from Addison Plantation and the Maryland Militia on the Potomac Frontier. 25(1):66-79.
  • Orser, Charles E., Jr. (editor)
    1990 Historical Archaeology on Southern Plantations and Farms. 24(4):i-126.
  • Orser, Charles E., Jr.
    1989 On Plantations and Patterns. 23(2):28-40.
    1990 Historical Archaeology of Southern Plantations and Farms: Introduction. 24(4):1-6.
    1992 Beneath the Material Surface of Things: Commodities, Artifacts, and Slave Plantations. 26(3):95-104.
  • Pogue, Dennis J.
    1988 Spatial Analysis of the King's Reach Plantation Homelot, Ca. 1690-1715. 22(2):40-56.
  • Potter, Parker B., Jr.
    1991 What Is the Use of Plantation Archaeology? 25(3):94-107.
  • Reitz, Elizabeth J.
    1994 Zooarchaeological Analysis of a Free African Community: Gracis Real De Santa Teresa De Mose. 28(1):23-40.
  • Singleton, Theresa A.
    1990 The Archaeology of the Plantation South: A Review of Approaches and Goals. 24(4):70-77.
  • Watters, David R.
    1994 Mortuary Patterns of the Harney Site Slave Cemetery, Montserrat, in Caribbean Perspective. 28(3):56-73.
  • Wilkie, Laurie A.
    1996 Glass-Knapping at a Louisiana Plantation: African-American Tools? 30(4):37-49.

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Pollen Analysis

  • Cummings, Linda S.
    1994 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. 28(4):94-105.
  • Kelso, Gerald K.
    1993 Pollen-Record Formation Processes, Interdisciplinary Archaeology, and Land Use by Mill Workers and Managers: The Boott Mills Corporation, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1836-1942. 27(1):70-94.
  • Kelso, Gerald K., and Mary C. Beaudry
    1990 Pollen Analysis and Urban Land Use: The Environs of Scottow's Dock in 17th, 18th, and Early 19th Century Boston. 24(2):61-81.
  • Kelso, Gerald K., Stephen A. Mrozowski, Douglas Currie, Andrew C. Edwards, Marley R. I. Brown, Audrey J. Horning, Gregory J. Brown, and Jeremiah R. Dandoy
    1995 Differential Pollen Preservation in a Seventeenth-Century Refuse Pit, Jamestown Island, Virginia. 29(2):43-54.

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Polynesia

  • Burley, David V.
    1995 Contexts and Meaning: Beer Bottles and Cans in Contemporary Burial Practices in the Polynesian Kingdom of Tonga. 29(1):75-83.

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Portuguese

  • Orser, Charles E., Jr.
    1994 Toward a Global Historical Archaeology: An Example from Brazil. 28(1):5-22.

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Post-Medieval

  • Baart, Jan
    1988 Glass Bead Sites in Amsterdam. 22(1):67-75.

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Post-Processual Archaeology

  • Shackel, Paul A., and Barbara J. Little
    1992 Post-Processual Approaches to Meanings and Uses of Material Culture in Historical Archaeology. 26(3):5-11.

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Probate Inventories

  • Frielander, Amy
    1991 House and Barn; The Wealth of Farms, 1795-1815. 25(2):15-29.

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Publishing

  • Faulkner, Alaric
    1990 In-House Production of Archaeological Publications on the Macintosh. 24(2):125-132.

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Puerto Rico

  • Joseph, J. W., and Stephen C. Brine
    1992 Socio-Economics and Trade in Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico: Observations from the Balla Archaeological Project. 26(1):45-58.

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Q


Quebec

  • Mousette, Marcel
    1996 The Site of the Intendant's Palace in Quebec City: The Changing Meaning of an Urban Space . 30(2):8-21.

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R


Railroads

  • Wegars, Priscilla
    1991 Who's Been Workin' on the Railroad?: An Examination of the Construction, Distribution, and Ethnic Origins of Domed Rock Ovens on Railroad-Related Sites. 25(1):37-65.

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Religion

  • De Cunzo, LuAnn
    1995 Reform, Respite, Ritual: An Archaeology of Institutions; The Magdalen Society of Philadelphia, 1800-1850. 29(3):iii-168.

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Remote Sensing

  • Arnold, J. Barto, III
    1987 Marine Magnetometer Survey of Archaeological Materials Near Galveston, Texas. 21(1):18-47.
  • Brock, James, and Steven J. Schwartz
    1991 A Little Slice of Heaven: Investigations at Rincon Cemetery, Prado Basin, California. 25(3):78-90.
  • Ellwood, Brooks B.
    1990 Electrical Resistivity Surveys in Two Historical Cemeteries in Northeast Texas: A Method for Delineating Unidentified Burial Sites. 24(3):91-98.
  • Ellwood, Brooks B., Douglas W. Owsley, Suzanne H. Ellwood, and Patricia A. Mercado-Allinger
    1994 Search for the Grave of the Hanged Texas Gunfighter, William Preston Langley. 28(3):94-112.
  • Garrison, Ervan G.
    1992 Recent Advances in Close Range Photogrammetry for Underwater Historical Archaeology. 26(4):97-104.
    1996 Archaeogeophysical and Geochemical Studies at George Washington Carver National Monument, Diamond, Missouri. 30(2):22-40.
  • Goodwin, Conrad M., Karen B. Metheny, Judson M. Kratzer, and Anne Yentsch
    1995 Recovering the Lost Landscapes of the Stockton Gardens at Morven, Princeton, New Jersey. 29(1):35-61.
  • King, Julia A., Bruce W. Bevan, and Robert J. Hurry
    1993 The Reliability of Geophysical Surveys at Historic-Period Cemeteries: An Example from the Plains Cemetery, Mechanicsville, Maryland. 27(3):4-16.

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Research Note

  • Adams, William H., and Sarah J. Boling
    1989 Artifact Illustration Using Computer Videographs. 23(2):113-18.
  • Blakely, Jeffrey A.
    1989 Xeroradiography of Historic Ceramics: Four New England Kilns. 23(1):107-12.
  • Clark, Donald W.
    1996 Archaeological Examination of Fort Reliance, Yukon. 30(2):93-100.
  • Huelsbeck, David R.
    1989 Zooarchaeological Measures Revisited. 23(1):113-17.
  • King, Julia A., and Dennis J. Pogue
    1987 An Unusual Pipe Stem Find from St. Igigoes Manor, Maryland. 21(1):102-4.
  • Klingelhofer, Eric
    1987 Aspects of Early Afro-American Material Culture: Artifacts from the Slave Quarters at Garrison Plantation, Maryland. 21(2):112-19.
  • Mann, Robert W., Douglas W. Owsley, and Paul A. Shackel
    1991 A Reconstruction of 19th-Century Surgical Techniques: Bones in Dr. Thompson's Privy. 25(1):106-12.
  • Orser, Charles E., Jr., and David W. Babson
    1990 Tabasco Band Pepper Sauce Bottles from Avery Island, Louisiana. 24(3):106-15.
  • Robinson, William J.
    1990 Tree-Ring Studies of the Pueblo De Acoma. 24(3):99-106.
  • Sivilich, Daniel M.
    1996 Analyzing Musket Balls to Interpret a Revolutionary War Site. 30(2):101-9.
  • Sprinkle, John H., Jr.
    1991 The Contents of Charles Cox's Mill House Chest. 25(3):91-93.

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Review Article

  • Miller, George L.
    1992 The Second Destruction of the Geldenmalsen. 26(4):124-31.

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Rhode Island

  • Fitts, Robert K.
    1996 The Landscapes of Northern Bondage. 30(2):54-73.
  • Garman, James C.
    1994 Viewing the Color Line through the Material Culture of Death. 28(3):74-93.

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Rick, John H.

  • Sutherland, Max
    1995 Memorial: John H. Rick. 29(4):1-3.

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Rodeffer, Stephanie Holschlag

  • Michael, Ronald L.
    1994 Carol V. Ruppé Distinguished Service Award: Stephanie Holschlag Rodeffer. 28(1):1-4.

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Ruppé Award

  • Michael, Ronald L.
    1994 Carol V. Ruppé Distinguished Service Award: Stephanie Holschlag Rodeffer. 28(1):1-4.
  • Rodeffer, Stephanie H., and Robert L. Schuyler
    1991 Carol V. Ruppé Distinguished Service Award. 25(3):1-2.

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Ruppé, Carol V.

  • Rodeffer, Stephanie H., and Robert L. Schuyler
    1991 Carol V. Ruppé Distinguished Service Award. 25(3):1-2.

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Ruppé, Reynold J.

  • Clark, Geoffrey A., and Kent G. Lightfoot
    1994 Memorial: Reynold J. Ruppé. 28(3):1-6.

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Salwen, Bert

  • Klein, Joel I.
    1990 J. C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology: Bert Salwen, 1990. 24(4):4-8.
  • Rothschild, Nan A.
    1990 Memorial: Bert Salwen. 24(1):104-109.

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Sanitation

  • Beaudry, Mary C.
    1993 Public Aesthetics Versus Personal Experience: Worker Health and Well-Being in 19th-Century Lowell, Massachusetts. 27(2):90-105.
  • Ford, Benjamin
    1994 The Health and Sanitation of Postbellum Harpers Ferry. 28(4):49-61.
  • Geismar, Joan H.
    1993 Where Is Night Soil? Thoughts on an Urban Privy. 27(2):57-70.
  • Mrozowski, Stephen A.
    1993 The Dialectics of Historical Archaeology in a Post-Processual World. 27(2):106-11.
  • Reinhard, Karl J.
    1994 Sanitation and Parasitism at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. 28(4):62-67.

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Scotland

  • Driscoll, Stephen T.
    1992 Discourse on the Frontiers of History: Material Culture and Social Reproduction in Early Scotland. 26(3):12-25.

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Settlement

  • Lukezic, Craig
    1990 Soils and Settlement Location in 18th Century Tidewater Virginia. 24(1):1-17.
  • Kent, Susan
    1990 A Question of Inference: Interpretations of Site Abandonment Behavior from Survey Data. 24(2):70-81.
  • McManamon, Francis P.
    1990 A Regional Perspective on Assessing the Significance of Historic Period Sites. 24(2):14-22.
  • Miller, Henry M.
    1988 Baroque Cities in the Wilderness: Archaeology and Urban Development in the Colonial Chesapeake. 22(2):57-73.
  • Mires, Peter B.
    1993 The Importance of Aspect to Historic Farmstead Site Location in the Green Mountains of Vermont. 27(4):82-91.
  • Saunders, Rebecca
    1996 Mission-Period Settlement Structure: A Test of the Model at San Martin De Timucua. 30(4):24-36.
  • Smith, Samuel D.
    1990 Site Survey as a Method for Determining Historic Site Significance. 24(2):34-41.
  • Wilson, John S.
    1990 We've Got Thousands of These: What Makes an Historic Farmstead Significant? 24(2):23-33.

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Shell

  • Claassen, Cheryl
    1994 Washboards, Pigtoes, and Muckets: Historic Musselling in the Mississippi Watershed. 28(2):1-145.

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Ship Building

  • Carrell, Toni L.
    1992 Replication and Experimental Archaeology. 26(4):4-13.
  • Garrison, Ervan G.
    1995 Three Ironclad Warships—The Archaeology of Industrial Process and Historical Myth. 29(4):26-38.
  • Keith, Donald H. (compiler)
    1992 Replication and Experimental Archaeology: The Last Step. 26(4):2-35.
  • Keith, Donald H.
    1992 Replication and Experimental Archaeology: The Last Step: Introduction. 26(4):2-3.
    1992 Replicating a Caravel. 26(4):21-26.
    1992 Replication and Experimental Archaeology: The Last Step—Conclusion. 26(4):34-35.

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Significance

  • Hardesty, Donald L.
    1990 Evaluating Site Significance in Historical Mining Districts. 24(4):42-51.
  • Lees, William B., and Vergil E. Noble (editors)
    1990 Methodological Approaches to Assessing the Archaeological Significance of Historic Sites. 24(2):9-54.
  • Lees, William B., and Vergil E. Noble
    1990 Other Questions That Count: Introductory Comments on Assessing Significance in Historical Archaeology. 24(2):10-13.
  • McManamon, Francis P.
    1990 A Regional Perspective on Assessing the Significance of Historic Period Sites. 24(2):14-22.
  • Scott, Douglas D.
    1990 Site Significance and Historical Archaeology--A Scenario and Commentary. 24(2):52-54.
  • Smith, Samuel D.
    1990 Site Survey as a Method for Determining Historic Site Significance. 24(2):34-41.
  • Wilson, John S.
    1990 We've Got Thousands of These: What makes an Historic Farmstead Significant? 24(2):23-33.

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Site Formation

  • Kelso, Gerald K.
    1993 Pollen-Record Formation Processes, Interdisciplinary Archaeology, and Land Use by Mill Workers and Managers: The Boott Mills Corporation, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1836-1942. 27(1):70-94.

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Site Location

  • Zeier, Charles D.
    1987 Historic Charcoal Production Near Eureka, Nevada: An Archaeological Perspective. 21(1):81-101.

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Site Protection

  • Elia, Ricardo J.
    1992 The Ethics of Collaboration: Archaeologists and the Wydah Project. 26(4):105-17.
  • Foster, Kevin J.
    1992 Threatened James River Shipwreck and Historical Sites. 26(4):58-68.
  • Hardesty, Donald L.
    1990 Evaluating Site Significance in Historical Mining Districts. 24(4):42-51.
  • Johnston, Paul F.
    1992 Is It Treasure or a Worthless Piece of Ship? 26(4):119-23.
  • Kent, Susan
    1990 A Question of Inference: Interpretations of Site Abandonment Behavior from Survey Data. 24(2):70-81.
  • McManamon, Francis P.
    1990 A Regional Perspective on Assessing the Significance of Historic Period Sites. 24(2):14-22.
  • Miller, George L.
    1992 The Second Destruction of the Geldenmalsen. 26(4):124-31.
  • Smith, Samuel D.
    1990 Site Survey as a Method for Determining Historic Site Significance. 24(2):34-41.
  • Vrana, Kenneth J., and John R. Halsey.
    1992 Shipwreck Allocation and Management in Michigan: A Review of Theory and Practice. 26(4):81-96.
  • Wilson, John S.
    1990 We've Got Thousands of These: What Makes an Historic Farmstead Significant? 24(2):23-33.

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Site Restoration

  • Noble, Vergil E.
    1996 Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: A Plea for Change in the Practice of Historical Archaeology. 30(2):74-84.

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Slavery

  • Farnsworth, Paul
    1996 The Influence of Trade on Bahamian Slave Culture. 30(4):1-23.
  • Fitts, Robert K.
    1996 The Landscapes of Northern Bondage. 30(2):54-73.
  • Handler, Jerome S.
    1994 Determining African Birth from Skeletal Remains: A Note on Tooth Mutilation. 28(3):113-19.
    1996 A Prone Burial from a Plantation Slave Cemetery in Barbados, West Indies: Possible Evidence for an African-Type Witch or Other Negatively Viewed Person. 30(3):76-86.
  • Joseph, J. W.
    1993 White Columns and Black Hands: Class and Classification in the Plantation Ideology of the Georgia and South Carolina Lowcountry. 27(3):57-73.
  • Kimmel, Richard H.
    1993 Notes on the Cultural Origins and Functions of Sub-Floor Pits. 27(3):102-13.
  • Markell, Ann, Martin Hall, and Carmel Schrire
    1995 The Historical Archaeology of Vergelegen, an Early Farmstead at the Cape of Good Hope. 29(1):10-34.
  • Orser, Charles E., Jr.
    1994 Toward a Global Historical Archaeology: An Example from Brazil. 28(1):5-22.
  • Watters, David R.
    1994 Mortuary Patterns of the Harney Site Slave Cemetery, Montserrat, in Caribbean Perspective. 28(3):56-73.

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Smith, Carlyle S.

  • Grange, Roger T., Jr.
    1990 J. C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology: Carlyle Shreeve Smith, 1989. 24(4):1-3.
    1994 Memorial: Carlyle Shreeve Smith. 28(3):7-14.

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Smoking Pipes

  • Crass, David C.
    1988 The Clay Pipes from Green Spring Plantation (44JC9), Virginia. 22(1):83-97.
  • King, Julia A., and Dennis J. Pogue
    1987 An Unusual Pipe Stem Find from St. Igigoes Manor, Maryland. 21(1):102-4.

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Socioeconomics

  • Ackerman, Eric A.
    1991 Economics Means Index: A Measure of Social Status in the Chesapeake, 1690-1815. 25(1):26-36.
  • Adams, William H., and Sarah J. Boling
    1989 Status and Ceramics for Planters and Slaves on Three Georgia Coastal Plantations. 23(1):69-96.
  • Agnew, Aileen B.
    1995 Women and Property in Early 19th-Century Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 29(1):62-74.
  • Bell, Edward L.
    1990 The Historical Archaeology of Mortuary Behavior: Coffin Hardware from Uxbridge, Massachusetts. 24(3):54-78.
  • Burley, David V.
    1989 Function, Meaning and Context: Ambiguities in Ceramic Use by the Hivernant Metis of the Northwestern Plains. 23(1):97-106.
  • Cook, Lauren J., Rebecca Yamin, and John P. McCarthy
    1996 Shopping As Meaningful Action: Toward a Redefinition of Consumption in Historical Archaeology. 30(4):50-65.
  • Farnsworth, Paul
    1996 The Influence of Trade on Bahamian Slave Culture. 30(4):1-23.
  • Frielander, Amy
    1991 House and Barn; The Wealth of Farms, 1795-1815. 25(2):15-29.
  • Harrington, Faith (compiler)
    1989 The Archaeological Use of Landscape Treatment in Social, Economic, and Ideological Analyses. 23(1):1-44.
  • Henry, Susan L.
    1991 Consumers, Commodities, and Choices: A General Model of Consumer Behavior. 25(2):3-14.
  • Holt, Cheryl A.
    1991 Plants, Humans, and Culture: An Edible Model of Consuming Behavior. 25(2):47-61.
  • Horn, James P. P.
    1988 "The Bare Necessities": Standards of Living in England and the Chesapeake, 1650-1700. 22(2):74-91.
  • Huelsbeck, David R.
    1989 Zooarchaeological Measures Revisited. 23(1):113-17.
    1991 Faunal Remains and Consumer Behavior: What Is Being Measured? 25(2):62-76.
  • Joseph, J. W.
    1993 White Columns and Black Hands: Class and Classification in the Plantation Ideology of the Georgia and South Carolina Lowcountry. 27(3):57-73.
  • Joseph, J. W., and Stephen C. Brine
    1992 Socio-Economics and Trade in Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico: Observations from the Balla Archaeological Project. 26(1):45-58.
  • Klein, Terry H.
    1991 Nineteenth-Century Ceramics and Models of Consumer Behavior. 25(2):77-91.
  • LeeDecker, Charles H.
    1991 Historical Dimensions of Consumer Research. 25(2):30-45.
  • Lucas, Michael T.
    1994 A La Russe, a La Pell-Mell, or a La Practical: Ideology and Compromise at the Late Nineteenth-Century Dinner Table. 28(4):80-93.
  • Lyman, R. L.
    1987 On Zoological Measures of Socioeconomic Position and Cost-Efficient Meat Purchases. 21(1):58-66.
  • Miller, George L.
    1991 A Revised Set of CC Index Values for Classification and Economic Scaling of English Ceramics from 1787 to 1880. 25(1):1-25.
  • O'Brien, Michael J., and Teresita Majewski
    1989 Wealth and Status in the Upper South Socioeconomic System of Northeast Missouri. 23(2):60-95.
  • Purser, Margaret
    1992 Consumption As Communication in Nineteenth-Century Paradise Valley, Nevada. 26(3):105-16.
  • Schmitt, Dave N., and Charles D. Zeier
    1993 Not by Bones Alone: Exploring Household Composition and Socioeconomic Status in an Isolated Historic Mining Community. 27(4):20-38.
  • Seifert, Donna J.
    1991 Within Sight of the White House: The Archaeology of Working Women. 25(4):82-108.
  • Shackel, Paul A.
    1992 Modern Discipline: Its Historical Context in the Colonial Chesapeake. 26(3):73-84.
  • Stine, Linda F.
    1990 Social Inequality and Turn-of-the-Century Farmsteads; Issues of Class, Status, Ethnicity, and Race. 24(4):37-49.
  • Wall, Diana diZerega
    1991 Sacred Dinners and Secular Teas: Constructing Domesticity in Mid-19th-Century New York. 25(4):69-81.
  • Yentsch, Anne
    1990 Minimum Vessel Lists As Evidence of Change in Folk and Courtly Traditions of Food Use. 24(3):24-53.

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Soils

  • Lukezic, Craig
    1990 Soils and Settlement Location in 18th Century Tidewater Virginia. 24(1):1-17.

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South Africa

  • Markell, Ann, Martin Hall, and Carmel Schrire
    1995 The Historical Archaeology of Vergelegen, an Early Farmstead at the Cape of Good Hope. 29(1):10-34.

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South Carolina

  • Babson, David W.
    1990 The Archaeology of Racism and Ethnicity on Southern Plantations. 24(4):20-28.
  • Groover, Mark D.
    1994 Evidence for Folkways and Cultural Exchange in the 18th-Century South Carolina Backcountry. 28(1):41-64.
  • Joseph, J. W.
    1989 Pattern and Process in the Plantation Archaeology of the Lowcountry of Georgia and South Carolina. 23(1):55-68.
    1993 White Columns and Black Hands: Class and Classification in the Plantation Ideology of the Georgia and South Carolina Lowcountry. 27(3):57-73.
  • Stine, Linda F., Melanie A. Cabak, and Mark D. Groover
    1996 Blue Beads As African-American Cultural Symbols. 30(3):49-74.

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South, Stanley A.

  • Ferguson, Leland
    1987 J. C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology: Stanley A. South, 1987. 21(2):1-5.

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Southern U. S.

  • Adams, William H.
    1990 Landscape Archaeology, Landscape History, and the American Farmstead. 24(4):92-101.
  • Adams, William H., and Sarah J. Boling
    1989 Status and Ceramics for Planters and Slaves on Three Georgia Coastal Plantations. 23(1):69-96.
  • Babson, David W.
    1990 The Archaeology of Racism and Ethnicity on Southern Plantations. 24(4):20-28.
  • Brown, Kenneth L., and Doreen C. Cooper
    1990 Structural Continuity in an African-American Slave and Tenant Community. 24(4):7-19.
  • Carlson, Shawn B.
    1990 The Persistence of Traditional Lifeways in Central Texas. 24(4):50-59.
  • Crass, David C. 1988
    The Clay Pipes from Green Spring Plantation (44JC9), Virginia. 22(1):83-97.
  • Epperson, Terrence W.
    1990 Race and the Disciplines of the Plantation. 24(4):29-36.
  • Farnsworth, Paul, and Jack S. Williams
    1992 The Archaeology of the Spanish Colonial and Mexican Periods: Introduction. 26(1):1-6.
  • Farnsworth, Paul, and Jack S. Williams (editors)
    1992 The Archaeology of the Spanish Colonial and Mexican Republican Periods. 26(1):1-147.
  • Frielander, Amy
    1990 Beyond Regionalism: History, Archaeology, and the Future. 24(4):102-9.
  • Holland, Claudia C.
    1990 Tenant Farms of the Past, Present, and Future: An Ethnoarchaeological View. 24(4):60-69.
  • Howson, Jean E.
    1990 Social Relations and Material Culture: A Critique of the Archaeology of Plantation Slavery. 24(4):78-91.
  • Joseph, J. W.
    1989 Pattern and Process in the Plantation Archaeology of the Lowcountry of Georgia and South Carolina. 23(1):55-68.
  • Orser, Charles E., Jr. (editor)
    1990 Historical Archaeology on Southern Plantations and Farms. 24(4):i-126.
  • Orser, Charles E., Jr.
    1989 On Plantations and Patterns. 23(2):28-40.
    1990 Historical Archaeology of Southern Plantations and Farms: Introduction. 24(4):1-6.
    1992 Beneath the Material Surface of Things: Commodities, Artifacts, and Slave Plantations. 26(3):95-104.
  • Pogue, Dennis J.
    1988 Spatial Analysis of the King's Reach Plantation Homelot, Ca. 1690-1715. 22(2):40-56.
  • Potter, Parker B., Jr.
    1991 What Is the Use of Plantation Archaeology? 25(3):94-107.
  • Singleton, Theresa A.
    1990 The Archaeology of the Plantation South: A Review of Approaches and Goals. 24(4):70-77.
  • Smith, Samuel D.
    1990 Site Survey as a Method for Determining Historic Site Significance. 24(2):34-41.
  • Stine, Linda F.
    1990 Social Inequality and Turn-of-the-Century Farmsteads; Issues of Class, Status, Ethnicity, and Race. 24(4):37-49.

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Spanish Colonial

  • Arnold, J. Barto, III, David R. Watson, and Donald H. Keith
    1995 The Padre Island Crossbows. 29(2):4-19.
  • Cohen-Williams, Anita G.
    1992 Common Maiolica Types of Northern New Spain. 26(1):119-30.
  • Costello, Julia G.
    1992 Purchasing Patterns of the California Missions in Ca. 1805. 26(1):59-66.
  • Costello, Julia G., and Phillip L. Walker
    1987 Burials from the Santa Barbara Presidio Chapel. 21(1):3-17.
  • Cusick, James G.
    1995 The Importance of the Community Study Approach in Historical Archaeology, With an Example from Late Colonial St. Augustine. 29(4):59-83.
  • deFrance, Susan D.
    1996 Iberian Foodways in the Moquegua and Torata Valleys of Southern Peru. 30(3):20-48.
  • Ewen, Charles R.
    1996 Continuity and Change: De Soto and the Apalachee. 30(2):41-53.
  • Farnsworth, Paul
    1992 Missions, Indians, and Cultural Continuity. 26(1):22-36.
  • Farnsworth, Paul, and Jack S. Williams (editors)
    1992 The Archaeology of the Spanish Colonial and Mexican Republican Periods. 26(1):1-147.
  • Farnsworth, Paul, and Jack S. Williams
    1992 The Archaeology of the Spanish Colonial and Mexican Periods: Introduction. 26(1):1-6.
  • Gasco, Janine
    1992 Material Culture and Colonial Indian Society in Southern Mesoamerica: The View from Coastal Chiapas, Mexico. 26(1):67-74.
  • Hoover, Robert L.
    1992 Some Models for Spanish Colonial Archaeology in California. 26(1):37-44.
  • James, Stephen R., Jr.
    1988 A Reassessment of the Chronological and Typological Framework of the Spanish Olive Jar. 22(1):43-66.
  • Joseph, J. W., and Stephen C. Brine
    1992 Socio-Economics and Trade in Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico: Observations from the Balla Archaeological Project. 26(1):45-58.
  • McEwan, Bonnie G.
    1991 The Archaeology of Women in the Spanish New World. 25(4):33-41.
    1991 San Luis De Talimali: The Archaeology of Spanish-Indian Relations at a Florida Mission. 25(3):36-60.
    1992 The Role of Ceramics in Spain and Spanish America During the 16th Century. 26(1):92-108.
  • Meyers, J. Emlen, Fernando de Amores Carredano, Jacqueline S. Olin, and Alfonso Pleguezuelo Hernádez
    1992 Compositional Identification of Seville Majolica at Overseas Sites. 26(1):131-47.
  • Reitz, Elizabeth
    1992 The Spanish Colonial Experience and Domestic Animals. 26(1):84-91.
    1994 Zooarchaeological Analysis of a Free African Community: Gracis Real De Santa Teresa De Mose. 28(1):23-40.
  • Rice, Prudence M., and Greg C. Smith
    1989 The Spanish Colonial Wineries of Moquegua, Peru. 23(2):41-49.
  • Rice, Prudence M., and Sara L. Van Beck
    1993 The Spanish Colonial Kiln Tradition of Moquegua, Preu. 27(4):65-81.
  • Saunders, Rebecca
    1996 Mission-Period Settlement Structure: A Test of the Model at San Martin De Timucua. 30(4):24-36.
  • Skowronek, Russell K.
    1992 Empire and Ceramics: The Changing Role of Illicit Trade in Spanish America. 26(1):109-18.
  • Snethcamp, Pandora E., R.E. Taylor, Robet Maddin, Louis A. Payen, and Peter J. Slota, Jr.
    1990 The Origin of the Goleta Cannons: Inferences of Age Based on Various Lines of Evidence. 24(2):82-91.
  • Thomas, William J., Nathan W. Bower, John W. Kantner, Marianne L. Stoller, and David H. Snow
    1992 An X-Ray Flourescence-Pattern Recognition Analysis of Pottery from an Early Historic Hispanic Settlement Near Santa Fe, New Mexico. 26(2):24-36.
  • Vernon, Richard
    1988 17th Century Apalachee Colono-Ware As a Reflection of Demography, Economics, and Acculturation. 22(1):76-82.

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Spatial Analysis

  • Adams, William H.
    1990 Landscape Archaeology, Landscape History, and the American Farmstead. 24(4):92-101.
  • Cheek, Charles D., and Amy Frielander
    1990 Pottery and Pig's Feet: Space, Ethnicity, and Neighborhood in Washington, D.C., 1880-1940. 24(1):34-60.
  • Fox, Richard A., Jr., and Douglas D. Scott
    1991 The Post-Civil War Battlefield Pattern: An Example from the Custer Battlefield. 25(2):92-103.
  • Gibb, James G., and Julia A. King
    1991 Gender, Activity Areas, and Homelots in the 17th-Cnetury Chesapeake Region. 25(4):109-31.
  • Goodwin, Conrad M., Karen B. Metheny, Judson M. Kratzer, and Anne Yentsch
    1995 Recovering the Lost Landscapes of the Stockton Gardens at Morven, Princeton, New Jersey. 29(1):35-61.
  • Hardesty, Donald L.
    1990 Evaluating Site Significance in Historical Mining Districts. 24(4):42-51.
  • King, Julia A.
    1988 A Comparative Midden Analysis of a Household and Inn in St. Mary;s City, Maryland. 22(2):17-39.
  • King, Julia A., and Henry M. Miller
    1987 The View from the Midden: An Analysis of Midden Distribution and Composition at the Van Sweringen Site, St. Mary's City, Maryland. 21(2):37-59.
  • McManamon, Francis P.
    1990 A Regional Perspective on Assessing the Significance of Historic Period Sites. 24(2):14-22.
  • Mires, Peter B.
    1993 The Importance of Aspect to Historic Farmstead Site Location in the Green Mountains of Vermont. 27(4):82-91.
  • Monks, Gregory G.
    1992 Architectural Symbolism and Non-Verbal Communication at Upper Fort Garry. 26(2):37-57.
  • Mousette, Marcel
    1996 The Site of the Intendant's Palace in Quebec City: The Changing Meaning of an Urban Space . 30(2):8-21.
  • Pogue, Dennis J.
    1988 Spatial Analysis of the King's Reach Plantation Homelot, Ca. 1690-1715. 22(2):40-56.
  • Riordan, Timothy B.
    1988 The Interpretation of 17th Century Sites through Plow Zone Surface Collections: Examples from St. Mary's City, Maryland. 22(2):2-16.
  • Smith, Samuel D.
    1990 Site Survey as a Method for Determining Historic Site Significance. 24(2):34-41.
  • Wilson, John S.
    1990 We've Got Thousands of These: What Makes an Historic Farmstead Significant? 24(2):23-33.

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Status

  • Staski, Edward and Joanne Reiter.
    1996 Status and Adobe Quality at Fort Fillmore, New Mexico: Old Questions, New Techniques. 30(3):1-19.

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Style Guide

  • Anonymous
    1990 Publication Guidelines. 24(2)133-134.
    1993 Publication and Style Guide for Historical Archaeology. 27(4):109-27.
    1996 Publication and Style Guide for Historical Archaeology. 30(3):102-10.

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Survey

  • Kent, Susan
    1990 A Question of Inference: Interpretations of Site Abandonment Behavior from Survey Data. 24(2):70-81.
  • McManamon, Francis P.
    1990 A Regional Perspective on Assessing the Significance of Historic Period Sites. 24(2):14-22.
  • Smith, Samuel D.
    1990 Site Survey as a Method for Determining Historic Site Significance. 24(2):34-41.
  • Wilson, John S.
    1990 We've Got Thousands of These: What makes an Historic Farmstead Significant? 24(2):23-33.

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Symbolism

  • Cook, Lauren J., Rebecca Yamin, and John P. McCarthy
    1996 Shopping As Meaningful Action: Toward a Redefinition of Consumption in Historical Archaeology. 30(4):50-65.
  • Shackel, Paul A.
    1995 Terrible Saint: Changing Meanings of the John Brown Fort. 29(4):11-25.
  • Stine, Linda F., Melanie A. Cabak, and Mark D. Groover
    1996 Blue Beads As African-American Cultural Symbols. 30(3):49-74.

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Symposium

  • Cleland, Charles E.
    1993 The Society for Historical Archaeology and Its First Twenty-Five Years: Introduction. 27(1):3-43.
  • Farnsworth, Paul, and Jack S. Williams (editors)
    1992 The Archaeology of the Spanish Colonial and Mexican Republican Periods. 26(1):1-147.
  • Geismar, Joan H., and Meta F. Janowitz
    1993 Health, Sanitation, and Foodways in Historical Archaeology: Introduction. 27(2):1.
  • Harrington, Faith (compiler)
    1989 The Archaeological Use of Landscape Treatment in Social, Economic, and Ideological Analyses. 23(1):1-44.
  • Honerkamp, Nicholas (editor)
    1988 Questions That Count in Archaeology: Plenary Session, 1987 Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Savannah, Georgia. 22(1):5-42.
  • Keith, Donald H. (compiler)
    1992 Replication and Experimental Archaeology: The Last Step. 26(4):2-35.
  • Klein, Terry H., and Charles H. C. LeeDecker
    1991 Models for the Study of Consumer Behavior. 25(2):1-91.
  • Lees, William B., and Vergil E. Noble (editors)
    1990 Methodological Approaches to Assessing the Archaeological Significance of Historic Sites. 24(2):9-54.
  • Lees, William B., and Vergil E. Noble
    1990 Other Questions That Count: Introductory Comments on Assessing Significance in Historical Archaeology. 24(2):10-13.
  • Little, Barbara J., and Paul A. Shackel (editors)
    1992 Meanings and Uses of Material Culture. 26(3):1-133.
  • Miller, Henry M., and Julia A. King (editors)
    1988 Exploring a "Splendid and Delightsome" Land: Research on the 17th Century Chesapeake. 22(2):1-91.
  • Orser, Charles E., Jr. (editor)
    1990 Historical Archaeology on Southern Plantations and Farms. 24(4):i-126.

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T


Taphonomy

  • Staski, Edward
    1990 Site Formation Processes at Fort Fillmore, New Mexico: First Interpretations. 24(3):79-90.

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Techniques, Laboratory

  • Adams, William H., and Sarah J. Boling
    1989 Artifact Illustration Using Computer Videographs. 23(2):113-18.
  • Blakely, Jeffrey A.
    1989 Xeroradiography of Historic Ceramics: Four New England Kilns. 23(1):107-12.
  • Gilbert, Allan S., Garman Harbottle, and Daniel deNoyelles
    1993 A Ceramic Chemistry Archive for New Netherland/New York. 27(3):17-56.
  • Faulkner, Alaric
    1990 In-House Production of Archaeological Publications on the Macintosh. 24(2):125-132.
  • Kenmotsu, Nancy
    1990 Gunflints: A Study. 24(2):92-124.
  • Snethcamp, Pandora E., R.E. Taylor, Robet Maddin, Louis A. Payen, and Peter J. Slota, Jr.
    1990 The Origin of the Goleta Cannons: Inferences of Age Based on Various Lines of Evidence. 24(2):82-91.
  • Thomas, William J., Nathan W. Bower, John W. Kantner, Marianne L. Stoller, and David H. Snow
    1992 An X-Ray Flourescence-Pattern Recognition Analysis of Pottery from an Early Historic Hispanic Settlement Near Santa Fe, New Mexico. 26(2):24-36.

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Tenant Farms

  • Brown, Kenneth L., and Doreen C. Cooper
    1990 Structural Continuity in an African-American Slave and Tenant Community. 24(4):7-19.
  • Holland, Claudia C.
    1990 Tenant Farms of the Past, Present, and Future: An Ethnoarchaeological View. 24(4):60-69.

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Tennessee

  • Smith, Samuel D.
    1990 Site Survey as a Method for Determining Historic Site Significance. 24(2):34-41.

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Texas

  • Arnold, J. Barto, III
    1987 Marine Magnetometer Survey of Archaeological Materials Near Galveston, Texas. 21(1):18-47.
    1996 The Texas Historical Commission's Underwater Archaeological Survey of 1995 and the Preliminary Report on the Belle, LaSalle's Shipwreck of 1686. 30(4):66-87.
  • Arnold, J. Barto, III, David R. Watson, and Donald H. Keith
    1995 The Padre Island Crossbows. 29(2):4-19.
  • Brown, Kenneth L., and Doreen C. Cooper
    1990 Structural Continuity in an African-American Slave and Tenant Community. 24(4):7-19.
  • Carlson, Shawn B.
    1990 The Persistence of Traditional Lifeways in Central Texas. 24(4):50-59.
  • Ellwood, Brooks B.
    1990 Electrical Resistivity Surveys in Two Historical Cemeteries in Northeast Texas: A Method for Delineating Unidentified Burial Sites. 24(3):91-98.
  • Ellwood, Brooks B., Douglas W. Owsley, Suzanne H. Ellwood, and Patricia A. Mercado-Allinger.
    1994 Search for the Grave of the Hanged Texas Gunfighter, William Preston Langley. 28(3):94-112.
  • Kenmotsu, Nancy
    1990 Gunflints: A Study. 24(2):92-124.
  • Pertulla, Timothy K.
    1994 Material Culture of the Koasati Indians of Texas. 28(1):65-77.
  • Skowronek, Russell K.
    1987 Ceramics and Commerce: The 1554 Flota Revisited. 21(2):101-11.

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Thematic Issue

  • Arnold, J. Barto, III (editor)
    1992 Advances in Underwater Archaeology. 26(4):1-131.
  • Claassen, Cheryl
    1994 Washboards, Pigtoes, and Muckets: Historic Musselling in the Mississippi Watershed. 28(2):1-145.
  • De Cunzo, LuAnn
    1995 Reform, Respite, Ritual: An Archaeology of Institutions; The Magdalen Society of Philadelphia, 1800-1850. 29(3):iii-168.
  • Geismar, Joan H., and Meta F. Janowitz (editors)
    1993 Health, Sanitation, and Foodways in Historical Archaeology. 27(2):i-111.
  • Landon, David B.
    1995 Feeding Colonial Boston: A Zooarchaeological Study. 30(1):iii-153.
  • Seifert, Donna J. E.
    1991 Gender in Historical Archaeology. 25(4):1-155.
  • Shackel, Paul A., and Susan E. Winter (editors)
    1994 An Archaeology of Harpers Ferry's Commercial and Residential District. 28(4):I-121.

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Theory

  • Adams, William H.
    1993 Historical Archaeology Strove for Maturity in the Mid-1980s. 27(1):23-31.
  • Cleland, Charles E.
    1988 Questions of Substance, Questions That Count. 22(1):13-17.
    1993 The First Half Decade; The Foundation of the Society for Historical Archaeology, 1967-1972. 27(1):12-14.
    1993 The Society for Historical Archaeology and Its First Twenty-Five Years: Introduction. 27(1):3.
  • Cook, Lauren J., Rebecca Yamin, and John P. McCarthy
    1996 Shopping As Meaningful Action: Toward a Redefinition of Consumption in Historical Archaeology. 30(4):50-65.
  • Deagan, Kathleen [A.]
    1988 Neither History Nor Prehistory: The Questions That Count in Historical Archaeology. 22(1):7-12.
    1993 Retrospective on the Society for Historical Archaeology, 1977-1982. 27(1):19-22.
  • Farnsworth, Paul
    1993 "What Is the Use of Plantation Archaeology"? No Use at All, If No One Else Is Listening! 27(1):114-16.
  • Firth, Antony
    1996 Theorizing the Management of Archaeology Underwater. 30(2):85-92.
  • Fournier-Garcia, Patricia and Fernando A. Miranda-Flores
    1992 Historic Sites Archaeology in Mexico. 26(1):75-83.
  • Frielander, Amy
    1990 Beyond Regionalism: History, Archaeology, and the Future. 24(4):102-9.
  • Garman, James C.
    1994 Viewing the Color Line through the Material Culture of Death. 28(3):74-93.
  • Hardesty, Donald L.
    1990 Evaluating Site Significance in Historical Mining Districts. 24(4):42-51.
    1991 Toward an Historical Archaeology of the Intermountain West. 25(3):29-35.
  • Hardesty, Donald L.(editor)
    1991 Historical Archaeology in the American West: Papers from the Plenary Session, 1990 Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Tucson, Arizona. 25(3):1-35.
  • Henry, Susan L.
    1991 Consumers, Commodities, and Choices: A General Model of Consumer Behavior. 25(2):3-14.
  • Holt, Cheryl A.
    1991 Plants, Humans, and Culture: An Edible Model of Consuming Behavior. 25(2):47-61.
  • Honerkamp, Nicholas (editor)
    1988 Questions That Count in Archaeology: Plenary Session, 1987 Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Savannah, Georgia. 22(1):5-42.
  • Hoover, Robert L.
    1992 Some Models for Spanish Colonial Archaeology in California. 26(1):37-44.
  • Howson, Jean E.
    1990 Social Relations and Material Culture: A Critique of the Archaeology of Plantation Slavery. 24(4):78-91.
  • Joseph, J. W.
    1989 Pattern and Process in the Plantation Archaeology of the Lowcountry of Georgia and South Carolina. 23(1):55-68.
  • Kardulias, P. N.
    1994 Towards an Anthropological Historical Archaeology of Greece. 28(3):39-55.
  • Keith, Donald H. (compiler)
    1992 Replication and Experimental Archaeology: The Last Step. 26(4):2-35.
  • Keith, Donald H.
    1992 Replication and Experimental Archaeology: The Last Step: Introduction. 26(4):2-3.
  • Klein, Terry H.
    1991 Nineteenth-Century Ceramics and Models of Consumer Behavior. 25(2):77-91.
  • LeeDecker, Charles H.
    1991 Historical Dimensions of Consumer Research. 25(2):30-45.
  • Lees, William B., and Vergil E. Noble (editors)
    1990 Methodological Approaches to Assessing the Archaeological Significance of Historic Sites. 24(2):9-54.
  • Lees, William B., and Vergil E. Noble
    1990 Other Questions That Count: Introductory Comments on Assessing Significance in Historical Archaeology. 24(2):10-13.
  • Leone, Mark P.
    1988 The Relationship Between Archaeological Data and the Documentary Record: 18th Century Gardens in Annapolis, Maryland. 22(1):29-35.
    1992 Epilogue: The Productive Nature of Material Culture. 26(3):130-133.
  • Little, Barbara J., and Paul A. Shackel (editors)
    1992 Meanings and Uses of Material Culture. 26(3):1-133.
  • Little, Barbara J., and Paul A. Shackel
    1992 Meanings and Uses of Material Culture: Introduction. 26(3):1-4.
  • McManamon, Francis P.
    1990 A Regional Perspective on Assessing the Significance of Historic Period Sites. 24(2):14-22.
  • Mrozowski, Stephen A.
    1988 Historical Archaeology As Anthropology. 22(1):18-24.
    1993 The Dialectics of Historical Archaeology in a Post-Processual World. 27(2):106-11.
  • Orser, Charles E., Jr.
    1994 Toward a Global Historical Archaeology: An Example from Brazil. 28(1):5-22.
  • Potter, Parker B., Jr.
    1991 What Is the Use of Plantation Archaeology? 25(3):94-107.
    1992 Critical Archaeology: In the Ground and on the Street. 26(3):116-29.
  • Schuyler, Robert L.
    1988 Archaeological Remains, Documents, and Anthropology: A Call for a New Culture History. 22(1):36-42.
    1991 Historical Archaeology in the American West: The View from Philadelphia. 25(3):7-17.
  • Scott, Douglas D.
    1990 Site Significance and Historical Archaeology--A Scenario and Commentary. 24(2):52-54.
  • Scott, Elizabeth M.
    1991 A Feminist Approach to Historical Archaeology: Eighteenth-Century Fur Trade Society at Michilimackinac. 25(4):42-53.
  • Seifert, Donna J. (editor)
    1991 Gender in Historical Archaeology. 25(4):1-155.
  • Seifert, Donna J.
    1991 Gender in Historical Archaeology: Introduction. 25(4):1-5.
  • Shackel, Paul A., and Barbara J. Little
    1992 Post-Processual Approaches to Meanings and Uses of Material Culture in Historical Archaeology. 26(3):5-11.
  • Singleton, Theresa A.
    1990 The Archaeology of the Plantation South: A Review of Approaches and Goals. 24(4):70-77.
  • Smith, Samuel D.
    1990 Site Survey as a Method for Determining Historic Site Significance. 24(2):34-41.
  • South, Stanley
    1988 Whither Pattern? 22(1):25-28.
    1993 Strange Fruit: Historical Archaeology, 1972-1977. 27(1):15-18.
  • Upton, Dell
    1996 Ethnicity, Authenticity, and Invented Traditions. 30(2):1-7.
  • Wilson, John S.
    1990 We've Got Thousands of These: What Makes an Historic Farmstead Significant? 24(2):23-33.
  • Wylie, Alison
    1993 Invented Lands/Discovered Pasts: The Westward Expansion of Myth and History. 27(4):1-19.

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Thimbles

  • Hill, Erica
    1995 Thimbles and Thimble Rings from the Circum-Caribbean Region, 1500-1800: Chronology and Identification. 29(1):84-92.

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Tonga

  • Burley, David V.
    1995 Contexts and Meaning: Beer Bottles and Cans in Contemporary Burial Practices in the Polynesian Kingdom of Tonga. 29(1):75-83.

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Trade

  • Farnsworth, Paul
    1996 The Influence of Trade on Bahamian Slave Culture. 30(4):1-23.
  • Gasco, Janine
    1992 Material Culture and Colonial Indian Society in Southern Mesoamerica: The View from Coastal Chiapas, Mexico. 26(1):67-74.
  • Hunt, William J., Jr.
    1993 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. 27(3):74-101.
  • Joseph, J. W., and Stephen C. Brine
    1992 Socio-Economics and Trade in Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico: Observations from the Balla Archaeological Project. 26(1):45-58.
  • Monks, Gregory G.
    1992 Architectural Symbolism and Non-Verbal Communication at Upper Fort Garry. 26(2):37-57.
  • Pertulla, Timothy K.
    1994 Material Culture of the Koasati Indians of Texas. 28(1):65-77.

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Transportation

  • Pastron, Allen G., and James P. Delgado
    1991 Archaeological Investigations of a Mid-19th-Century Shipbreaking Yard, San Francisco, California. 25(3):61-77.
  • Winter, Susan E.
    1994 Social Dynamics and Structure in Lower Town Harpers Ferry. 28(4):16-26.

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Treasure Hunting

  • Elia, Ricardo J.
    1992 The Ethics of Collaboration: Archaeologists and the Wydah Project. 26(4):105-17.
  • Johnston, Paul F.
    1992 Is It Treasure or a Worthless Piece of Ship? 26(4):119-23.

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Underwater Archaeology

  • Arnold, J. Barto, III (editor)
    1992 Advances in Underwater Archaeology. 26(4):1-131.
  • Arnold, J. Barto, III
    1987 Marine Magnetometer Survey of Archaeological Materials Near Galveston, Texas. 21(1):18-47.
    1992 Advances in Underwater Archaeology: Introduction. 26(4):1.
    1996 The Texas Historical Commission's Underwater Archaeological Survey of 1995 and the Preliminary Report on the Belle, LaSalle's Shipwreck of 1686. 30(4):66-87.
  • Arnold, J. Barto, III, G. Michael Fleshman, Curtiss P. Peterson, W. Kenneth Stewart, Gordon P. Watts, Jr., and Clark P. Weldon
    1992 USS Monitor: Results from the 1987 Season. 26(4):47-57.
  • Arnold, J. Barto, III, David R. Watson, and Donald H. Keith
    1995 The Padre Island Crossbows. 29(2):4-19.
  • Broadwater, John D.
    1992 Shipwreck in a Swimming Pool: An Assessment of the Methodology and Technology Utilized on the Yorktown Shipwreck Archaeological Project. 26(4):36-46.
  • Carrell, Toni L.
    1992 Replication and Experimental Archaeology. 26(4):4-13.
  • Delgado, James P.
    1992 Recovering the Past of USS Arizona: Symbolism, Myth, and Reality. 26(4):69-80.
  • Elia, Ricardo J.
    1992 The Ethics of Collaboration: Archaeologists and the Wydah Project. 26(4):105-17.
  • Firth, Antony
    1996 Theorizing the Management of Archaeology Underwater. 30(2):85-92.
  • Foster, Kevin J.
    1992 Threatened James River Shipwreck and Historical Sites. 26(4):58-68.
  • Garrison, Ervan G.
    1992 Recent Advances in Close Range Photogrammetry for Underwater Historical Archaeology. 26(4):97-104.
    1995 Three Ironclad Warships—The Archaeology of Industrial Process and Historical Myth. 29(4):26-38.
  • Garrison, Ervan G., and Richard J. Anuskiewicz
    1987 An Historical and Archaeological Evaluation of the CSS Georgia. 21(2):74-100.
  • James, Stephen R., Jr.
    1988 A Reassessment of the Chronological and Typological Framework of the Spanish Olive Jar. 22(1):43-66.
  • Johnston, Paul F.
    1992 Is It Treasure or a Worthless Piece of Ship? 26(4):119-23.
  • Keith, Donald H. (compiler)
    1992 Replication and Experimental Archaeology: The Last Step. 26(4):2-35.
  • Keith, Donald H.
    1992 Replicating a Caravel. 26(4):21-26.
    1992 Replication and Experimental Archaeology: The Last Step—Conclusion. 26(4):34-35.
    1992 Replication and Experimental Archaeology: The Last Step: Introduction. 26(4):2-3.
  • Lakey, Denise C.
    1992 Replicating a Voyage of Discovery. 26(4):27-33.
  • Miller, George L.
    1992 The Second Destruction of the Geldenmalsen. 26(4):124-31.
  • Simmons, Joe J., III
    1992 Replicating Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Ordnance. 26(4):14-20.
  • Skowronek, Russell K.
    1987 Ceramics and Commerce: The 1554 Flota Revisited. 21(2):101-11.
  • Vrana, Kenneth J., and John R. Halsey
    1992 Shipwreck Allocation and Management in Michigan: A Review of Theory and Practice. 26(4):81-96.

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United Kingdom

  • Firth, Antony
    1996 Theorizing the Management of Archaeology Underwater. 30(2):85-92.

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Urbanism

  • Cheek, Charles D., and Amy Frielander
    1990 Pottery and Pig's Feet: Space, Ethnicity, and Neighborhood in Washington, D.C., 1880-1940. 24(1):34-60.
  • Geismar, Joan H.
    1993 Where Is Night Soil? Thoughts on an Urban Privy. 27(2):57-70.
  • Miller, Henry M.
    1988 Baroque Cities in the Wilderness: Archaeology and Urban Development in the Colonial Chesapeake. 22(2):57-73.
  • Mousette, Marcel
    1996 The Site of the Intendant's Palace in Quebec City: The Changing Meaning of an Urban Space . 30(2):8-21.
  • Potter, Stephen R.
    1994 Preface to An Archaeology of Harpers Ferry's Commercial and Residential District. 28(4):1-2.
  • Shackel, Paul A., and Susan E. Winter (editors)
    1994 An Archaeology of Harpers Ferry's Commercial and Residential District. 28(4):I-121.
  • Spencer-Wood, Suzanne M.
    1987 A Survey of Domestic Reform Movement Sites in Boston and Cambridge, Ca. 1865-1905. 21(2):7-36.

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Utah

  • Kent, Susan
    1990 A Question of Inference: Interpretations of Site Abandonment Behavior from Survey Data. 24(2):70-81.

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Vermont

  • Mires, Peter B.
    1993 The Importance of Aspect to Historic Farmstead Site Location in the Green Mountains of Vermont. 27(4):82-91.

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Video Review

  • Little, Barbara J.
    1993 Review of American History? It's Beneath Your Feet!, Produced by Robert Starbird and Daniel Rainey. 27(1):118-19.
  • Potter, Parker B., Jr.
    1993 Review of American History? It's Beneath Your Feet!, Produced by Robert Starbird and Daniel Rainey. 27(1):119-21.

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Vikings

  • Carrell, Toni L.
    1992 Replication and Experimental Archaeology. 26(4):4-13.

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Virginia

  • Ackerman, Eric A.
    1991 Economics Means Index: A Measure of Social Status in the Chesapeake, 1690-1815. 25(1):26-36.
  • Broadwater, John D.
    1992 Shipwreck in a Swimming Pool: An Assessment of the Methodology and Technology Utilized on the Yorktown Shipwreck Archaeological Project. 26(4):36-46.
  • Crass, David C.
    1988 The Clay Pipes from Green Spring Plantation (44JC9), Virginia. 22(1):83-97.
  • Foster, Kevin J.
    1992 Threatened James River Shipwreck and Historical Sites. 26(4):58-68.
  • Kelso, Gerald K., Stephen A. Mrozowski, Douglas Currie, Andrew C. Edwards, Marley R. I. Brown, Audrey J. Horning, Gregory J. Brown, and Jeremiah R. Dandoy
    1995 Differential Pollen Preservation in a Seventeenth-Century Refuse Pit, Jamestown Island, Virginia. 29(2):43-54.
  • Kimmel, Richard H.
    1993 Notes on the Cultural Origins and Functions of Sub-Floor Pits. 27(3):102-13.
  • Lukezic, Craig
    1990 Soils and Settlement Location in 18th Century Tidewater Virginia. 24(1):1-17.
  • Martin, Ann S.
    1989 The Role of Pewter As Missing Artifact: Consumer Attitudes Toward Tablewares in Late 18th Century Virginia. 23(2):1-27.
  • Mires, Peter B.
    1994 Contact and Contagion: The Roanoke Colony and Influenza. 28(3):30-38.

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Washington, D. C.

  • Cheek, Charles D., and Amy Frielander
    1990 Pottery and Pig's Feet: Space, Ethnicity, and Neighborhood in Washington, D.C., 1880-1940. 24(1):34-60.
  • Seifert, Donna J.
    1991 Within Sight of the White House: The Archaeology of Working Women. 25(4):82-108.

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Weaponry

  • Arnold, J. B. III, David R. Watson, and Donald H. Keith
    1995 The Padre Island Crossbows. 29(2):4-19.
  • Hunt, William J., Jr.
    1993 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. 27(3):74-101.
  • Kenmotsu, Nancy
    1990 Gunflints: A Study. 24(2):92-124.
  • McCarthy, John P., Jeffrey B. Snyder, and Billy R. Roulette, Jr.
    1991 Arms from Addison Plantation and the Maryland Militia on the Potomac Frontier. 25(1):66-79.
  • Simmons, Joe J., III
    1992 Replicating Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Ordnance. 26(4):14-20.
  • Sivilich, Daniel M.
    1996 Analyzing Musket Balls to Interpret a Revolutionary War Site. 30(2):101-9.
  • Snethcamp, Pandora E., R.E. Taylor, Robet Maddin, Louis A. Payen, and Peter J. Slota, Jr.
    1990 The Origin of the Goleta Cannons: Inferences of Age Based on Various Lines of Evidence. 24(2):82-91.

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West Virginia

  • Brashler, Janet G.
    1991 When Daddy Was a Shanty Boy: The Role of Gender in the Organization of the Logging Industry in Highland, West Virginia. 25(4):54-68.
  • Cummings, Linda S.
    1994 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. 28(4):94-105.
  • Ford, Benjamin
    1994 The Health and Sanitation of Postbellum Harpers Ferry. 28(4):49-61.
  • Hull-Walski, Deborah A., and Frank L. Walski
    1994 There's Trouble a-Brewin': The Brewing and Bottling Industries at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. 28(4):106-21.
  • Larsen, Eric L.
    1994 A Boardinghouse Madonna—Beyond the Aesthetics of a Portrait Created through Medicine Bottles. 28(4):68-79.
  • Lucas, Michael T., and Paul A. Shackel
    1994 Changing Social and Material Routine in Nineteenth-Century Harpers Ferry. 28(4):27-36.
  • Lucas, Michael T.
    1994 A La Russe, a La Pell-Mell, or a La Practical: Ideology and Compromise at the Late Nineteenth-Century Dinner Table. 28(4):80-93.
  • Potter, Stephen R.
    1994 Preface to An Archaeology of Harpers Ferry's Commercial and Residential District. 28(4):1-2.
  • Reinhard, Karl J.
    1994 Sanitation and Parasitism at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. 28(4):62-67.
  • Rovner, Irwin
    1994 Floral History by the Back Door: A Test of Phytolith Analysis in Residential Yards at Harpers Ferry. 28(4):37-48.
  • Shackel, Paul A.
    1994 Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Meanings and Uses of Material Goods in Lower Town Harpers Ferry. 28(4):3-15.
    1995 Terrible Saint: Changing Meanings of the John Brown Fort. 29(4):11-25.
  • Shackel, Paul A., and Susan E. Winter (editors)
    1994 An Archaeology of Harpers Ferry's Commercial and Residential District. 28(4):I-121.
  • Winter, Susan E.
    1994 Social Dynamics and Structure in Lower Town Harpers Ferry. 28(4):16-26.

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Western Canada

  • Burley, David V.
    1989 Function, Meaning and Context: Ambiguities in Ceramic Use by the Hivernant Metis of the Northwestern Plains. 23(1):97-106.
  • Monks, Gregory G.
    1992 Architectural Symbolism and Non-Verbal Communication at Upper Fort Garry. 26(2):37-57.
  • Wegars, Priscilla
    1991 Who's Been Workin' on the Railroad?: An Examination of the Construction, Distribution, and Ethnic Origins of Domed Rock Ovens on Railroad-Related Sites. 25(1):37-65.
  • Wylie, Alison
    1993 Invented Lands/Discovered Pasts: The Westward Expansion of Myth and History. 27(4):1-19.

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Western U. S.

  • Akin, Marjorie K.
    1992 The Noncurrency Functions of Chinese Wen in America. 26(2):58-65.
  • Ayres, James E.
    1991 Historical Archaeology in Arizona and New Mexico. 25(3):18-23.
  • Greenwood, Roberta S.
    1991 Historical Archaeology in California. 25(3):24-28.
  • Hardesty, Donald L.
    1990 Evaluating Site Significance in Historical Mining Districts. 24(4):42-51.
  • Hardesty, Donald L. (editor)
    1991 Historical Archaeology in the American West: Papers from the Plenary Session, 1990 Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology, Tucson, Arizona. 25(3):1-35.
  • Hardesty, Donald L.
    1991 Introduction: Historical Archaeology in the American West. 25(3):3-6.
    1991 Toward an Historical Archaeology of the Intermountain West. 25(3):29-35.
  • Kenmotsu, Nancy
    1990 Gunflints: A Study. 24(2):92-124.
  • Kent, Susan
    1990 A Question of Inference: Interpretations of Site Abandonment Behavior from Survey Data. 24(2):70-81.
  • Purser, Margaret
    1991 "Several Paradise Ladies Are Visiting in Town": Gender Strategies in the Early Industrial West. 25(4):6-16.
    1992 Consumption As Communication in Nineteenth-Century Paradise Valley, Nevada. 26(3):105-16.
  • Schuyler, Robert L.
    1991 Historical Archaeology in the American West: The View from Philadelphia. 25(3):7-17.
  • Snethcamp, Pandora E., R.E. Taylor, Robet Maddin, Louis A. Payen, and Peter J. Slota, Jr.
    1990 The Origin of the Goleta Cannons: Inferences of Age Based on Various Lines of Evidence. 24(2):82-91.
  • Wegars, Priscilla
    1991 Who's Been Workin' on the Railroad?: An Examination of the Construction, Distribution, and Ethnic Origins of Domed Rock Ovens on Railroad-Related Sites. 25(1):37-65.
  • Wylie, Alison
    1993 Invented Lands/Discovered Pasts: The Westward Expansion of Myth and History. 27(4):1-19.

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Windmills

  • Goodwin, Conrad
    1994 Betty's Hope Windmill: An Unexpected Problem. 28(1):99-110.

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Wine Making

  • Rice, Prudence M., and Greg C. Smith
    1989 The Spanish Colonial Wineries of Moquegua, Peru. 23(2):41-49.
  • Rice, Prudence M., and Sara L. Van Beck
    1993 The Spanish Colonial Kiln Tradition of Moquegua, Preu. 27(4):65-81.

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Women

  • Brashler, Janet G.
    1991 When Daddy Was a Shanty Boy: The Role of Gender in the Organization of the Logging Industry in Highland, West Virginia. 25(4):54-68.
  • Clements, Joyce M.
    1993 The Cultural Creation of the Feminine Gender: An Example from 19th-Century Military Households at Fort Independence, Boston. 27(4):39-64.
  • McEwan, Bonnie G.
    1991 The Archaeology of Women in the Spanish New World. 25(4):33-41.
  • Purser, Margaret
    1991 "Several Paradise Ladies Are Visiting in Town": Gender Strategies in the Early Industrial West. 25(4):6-16.
  • Scott, Elizabeth M.
    1991 A Feminist Approach to Historical Archaeology: Eighteenth-Century Fur Trade Society at Michilimackinac. 25(4):42-53.
  • Seifert, Donna J.(editor)
    1991 Gender in Historical Archaeology. 25(4):1-155.
  • Seifert, Donna J.
    1991 Gender in Historical Archaeology: Introduction. 25(4):1-5.
    1991 Within Sight of the White House: The Archaeology of Working Women. 25(4):82-108.
  • Spencer-Wood, Suzanne M.
    1987 A Survey of Domestic Reform Movement Sites in Boston and Cambridge, Ca. 1865-1905. 21(2):7-36.
  • Wall, Diana diZerega
    1991 Sacred Dinners and Secular Teas: Constructing Domesticity in Mid-19th-Century New York. 25(4):69-81.
  • Whelan, Mary K.
    1991 Gender and Historical Archaeology: Eastern Dakota Patterns in the 19th Century. 25(4):17-32.

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Woodward, Arthur

  • Fontana, Bernard L.
    1987 J. C. Harrington Medal in Historical Archaeology: Arthur Woodward, 1987. 21(1):1-2.

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World War II

  • Delgado, James P.
    1992 Recovering the Past of USS Arizona: Symbolism, Myth, and Reality. 26(4):69-80.

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Y


Yukon

  • Clark, Donald W.
    1996 Archaeological Examination of Fort Reliance, Yukon. 30(2):93-100.

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Z


Zooarchaeology

  • Beaudry, Mary C.
    1993 Public Aesthetics Versus Personal Experience: Worker Health and Well-Being in 19th-Century Lowell, Massachusetts. 27(2):90-105.
  • Crass, David C., and Wallsmith Deborah L.
    1992 Where's the Beef? Food Supply at an Antebellum Frontier Post. 26(2):3-23.
  • deFrance, Susan D.
    1996 Iberian Foodways in the Moquegua and Torata Valleys of Southern Peru. 30(3):20-48.
  • Huelsbeck, David R.
    1989 Zooarchaeological Measures Revisited. 23(1):113-17.
    1991 Faunal Remains and Consumer Behavior: What Is Being Measured? 25(2):62-76.
  • Landon, David B.
    1995 Feeding Colonial Boston: A Zooarchaeological Study. 30(1):iii-153.
  • Lyman, R. L.
    1987 On Zoological Measures of Socioeconomic Position and Cost-Efficient Meat Purchases. 21(1):58-66.
  • Reitz, Elizabeth J.
    1992 The Spanish Colonial Experience and Domestic Animals. 26(1):84-91.
    1994 Zooarchaeological Analysis of a Free African Community: Gracis Real De Santa Teresa De Mose. 28(1):23-40.
  • Rothscild, Nan A., and Darlene Balkwill.
    1993 The Meaning of Change in Urban Faunal Deposits. 27(2):71-89.
  • Schmitt, Dave N., and Charles D. Zeier
    1993 Not by Bones Alone: Exploring Household Composition and Socioeconomic Status in an Isolated Historic Mining Community. 27(4):20-38.
  • Stewart-Abernathy Leslie C., and Barbara L. Ruff
    1989 A Good Man in Israel: Zooarchaeology and Assimilation in Antebellum Washington, Arkansas. 23(2):96-112.
  • West, Barbara
    1995 The Case of the Missing Victuals. 29(2):20-42.

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