Volume 13 Number 1 Summer 1994



The Occupational History of the Bessemer Site
Paul D. Welch

Mississippian Mound Refuse Disposal Patterns and Implications for Archaeological Research
Marvin T. Smith and Mark Williams

The Historical and Archaeological Context of Plum Bayou Culture in Central Arkansas
Michael S. Nassaney

Spatial Patterning on a Nineteenth-Century Appalachian Houselot: Evidence from Nail Analysis
Amy L. Young

A History of the Alabama Anthropological Society
Gregory A. Waselkov


Archaeological Records of the Roanoke Bass, Ambloplites cavifrons Cope, 1868 (Pisces, Centrarchidae)
Thomas R. Whyte


Jaffe: The First Immigrants from Asia: A Population History of the North American Indians
William F. Keegan

Webb (editor): The Petitt Site (11-Ax-253), Alexander County, Illinois
Thomas E. Emerson

Weisman: Excavations on the Franciscan Frontier: Archaeology at the Fig Springs Mission
Richard Vernon

Shapiro and McEwan: Archaeology at San Luis, Part One: The Apalachee Council House

Shapiro and Vernon: Archaeology at San Luis, Part Two: The Church Complex
Nancy Marie White

Keegan: The People Who Discovered Columbus: The Prehistory of the Bahamas
Ted L. Gragson

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Special Issue: Archaic Mounds in the Southeast

A Brief Introduction to the Study of Archaic Mounds in the Southeast
Michael Russo

Why We Don't Believe in Archaic Ceremonial Mounds and Why We Should: The Case from Florida
Michael Russo

The Tomoka Mound Complex in Northeast Florida
Bruce John Piatek

The Case for Archaic Period Mounds in Southeastern Louisiana
Rebecca Saunders

Four Archaic? Mound Complexes in Northeast Louisiana
Joe W. Saunders Thurman Allen and Roger T. Saucier

Preceramic Earthworks in Arkansas: A Report on the Poverty Point Period Lake Enterprise Mound (3AS379)
H. Edwin Jackson and Marvin D. Jeter

Before Their Time? Early Mounds in the Lower Mississippi Valley
Jon L. Gibson

Reviews and Book Notes


Nassaney and Cobb (eds.): Stability, Transformation, and Variation: The Late Woodland Southeast
John E. Kelly

Byrd (ed.): The Poverty Point Culture: Local Manifestations. Subsistence Practices and Trade Networks
David G. Anderson

Curren: Archeology In the Mauvila Chiefdom: Native and Spanish Contacts during the Soto and Luna Expeditions
Jeffrey M. Mitchem

Milanich and Hudson: Hernando De Soto and the Indians of Florida
William Green

Duggan and Riggs: Studies in Cherokee Basketry
Ruth Y. Wetmore

Johnson (ed.): The Development of Southeastern Archaeology
Robert C. Dunnell

Blitz: Ancient Chiefdoms of the Tombigbee
Martha A. Rolingson

Pauketat: Temples for Cahokia Lords: Preston Holder's 1955-1956 Excavations of Kunnemann Mound
John H. Blitz

Scarry (ed.): Foraging and Farming in the Eastern Woodlands
Gail E. Wagner

Kenmontsu and Perttula (eds.): Archeology in the Eastern Planning Region, Texas: A Planning Document
John R Hart

Book Notes

Prehistoric Peoples of South Florida; The Seminoles of Florida; The Ables Creek Site: A Protohistoric Cemetery in Southeast Arkansas: Whom We Would Never More See: History and Archaeology Recover the Lives and Deaths of African American Civil War Soldiers on Folly Island, South Carolina; Low Altitude Large Scale Reconnaissance: A Method of Obtaining High Resolution Vertical Photographs for Small Areas

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Volume 14 Number 1 Summer 1995



Comparative Paleoethnobotany of Three Native Southeastern Communities of the Historic Period
Kristen J. Gremillion

Nineteenth-Century Alibamu-Koasati Pottery Assemblages and Culinary Traditions
David H. Jurney and Timothy K. Perttula

Environmental and Osteological Analysis at the South Farm Site (22OK534), a Mississippian Farmstead in Oktibbeha County, Mississippi
S. Homes Hogue and Evan Peacock

Social Organization at Etowah: A Reconsideration of Paleodemographic and Paleonutritional Evidence
Robert L. Blakely


Scalping in the Archaic Period: Evidence from the Western Tennessee Valley
Maria 0. Smith

Investigations of Early Cordage from Bayou Jasmine, Louisiana
Jenna Tedrick Kuttruff, Marie S. Standifer, Carl Kuttruff and Shirley C. Tucker

Constantine Rafinesque and the Canton Site, a Mississippian Town in Trigg County, Kentucky
Charles Stout and R. Barry Lewis


Stoltman (ed.): Archaeology of Eastern North America: Papers in Honor of Stephen Williams
John H. House

Claassen (ed.): Women in Archaeology
Mary L. Kwas

Davis (ed.):Arkansas Before the Americans
Neal L. Trubowitz

Early (ed.): Caddoan Saltmakers in the Ouachita Valley
Jon Muller

Potter: Commoners Tribute and Chiefs: The Development of Algonquian Culture in the Potomac Valley
Timothy R. Pauketat

Rountree (ed.): Powhatan Foreign Relations 1500-1722
Alex Barker

McEwan (ed.): The Spanish Missions of La Florida
Stanley South

Book Notes

Predicaments, Pragmatics, and Professionalism: Ethical Conduct in Archaeology; Historic Louisiana Nails: Aids to the Dating of Old Buildings; A Grammar and Dictionary of the Timucua Language; Visitations and Revolts in Florida, 1656-1695; Prehistoric Adaptations to the Interior Uplands Environment of the Central South Carolina Coast

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The Faunal Record of the Southeastern Elite: The Implications of Economy, Social Relations, and Ideology H. Edwin Jackson and Susan L. Scott

Late Woodland Architecture on the Coast of North Carolina: Structural Meaning and Environmental Adaptation
Thomas C. Loftfield and David C. Jones

Magic and Empowerment on the Plantation: An Archaeological Consideration of African-American World View
Laurie A. Wilkie

Source Criticism and the Interpretation of African-American Sites
Brian W. Thomas


The Magnet Site (12PE171): A Late Paleoindian Site in Perry County, Southern Indiana
Edward E. Smith, Jr.

Neutron-Activation Analysis of Campbell Appliquéd Pottery from Southeastern Missouri and Western Tennessee: Implications for Late Mississippian Intersite Relations
Michael J. O'Brien, James W. Cogswell, Robert C. Mainfort, Jr., Hector Neff and Michael D. Glascock


Milanich: Archaeology of Precolumbian Florida
David S. Brose

Bense: Archaeology of the Southeastern United States: Paleoindian to World War I
Robert C. Mainfort, Jr.

Sassaman: Early Pottery in the Southeast: Tradition and Innovation in Cooking Technology
Clare McHale Milner

Anderson: The Savannah River Chiefdoms: Political Change in the Late Prehistoric Southeast
George R. Milner

Pauketat: The Ascent of Chiefs: Cahokia and Mississippian Politics in Native North America
C. Clifford Boyd, Jr.

Emerson, Fortier, and McElrath (eds.): Highways to the Past: Essays on Illinois Archaeology in Honor of Charles J. Bareis
Melvin L. Fowler

Green (ed.): Agricultural Origins and Development in the Midcontinent
Frances B. King

Hudson and Tesser (eds.): The Forgotten Centuries: Indians and Europeans in the American South 1521-1704
Gerald F. Schroedl

Shackel and Little (eds.): Historical Archaeology of the Chesapeake
Paul R. Huey

South (ed.): Pioneers in Historical Archaeology: Breaking New Ground
Hester A. Davis

Buikstra and Ubelaker (eds.): Standards for Data Collection from Human Skeletal Remains
Brenda J. Baker

Book Notes

Historic Indian Period Archaeology of Northern Georgia; Historic Indian Period Archaeology of the Georgia Coastal Zone; Situado and Sabana: Spain's Support System for the Presidio and Mission Provinces of Florida; Pottery from Spanish Shipwrecks 1500-1800; Florida's First People: 12,000 Years of Human History; Art of the Florida Seminole and Miccosukee Indians; Sharks and Shark Products in Prehistoric South Florida; Archaeological Investigations at Six Sites in the Apalachicola River Valley Northwest Florida; Canals and American Cities

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Volume 15 Number 1 Summer 1996



Mississippian Adaptation on the Northern Periphery: Settlement, Subsistence and Interaction in the Cumberland Valley of Southeastern Kentucky
Richard W. Jefferies, Emanuel Breitburg, Jennifer Flood and C. Margaret Scarry

A Study of Shell Beads and Their Social Context in the Mississippian Period: A Case from the Carolina Piedmont and Mountains
Larissa A. Thomas

The Weeki Wachee Mound, an Early Contact Period Mortuary Locality in Hernando County, West-Central Florida
Dale L. Hutchinson and Jeffrey M. Mitchem

Late Seventeenth-Century Forebears of the Lower Creeks and Seminoles
John H. Hann


The McLelland and Joe Clark Sites: Protohistoric-Historic Caddo Farmsteads in the Red River Valley of Northwest Louisiana
David B. Kelley, Donald G. Hunter, Paul S. Gardner, Daniel C. Weinand, Angela Tine and Larry L. Tieszen


Rogers and Smith (eds.): Mississippian Communities and Households
Charles R. Cobb

O'Brien: Cat Monsters and Head Pots: The Archaeology of Missouri's Pemiscot Bayou
Charles H. McNutt

Milanich: Florida Indians and the Invasion from Europe
H. Trawick Ward

Carr (ed.): The Organization of North American Prehistoric Chipped Stone Tool Technologies
Larry R. Kimball

Beck (ed.): Regional Approaches to Mortuary Analysis
Leslie E. Eisenberg

Deagan (ed.): Puerto Real: The Archaeology of a Sixteenth-Century Spanish Town in Hispaniola
Charles R. Ewen

Bettis (ed.): Archaeological Geology of the Archaic Period in North America
Michael E Kolb

Book Notes

William Bartram on the Southeastern Indians; The Struggle for the Georgia Coast: An Eighteenth-Century Spanish Retrospective on Guale and Mocama; Owl Creek Mounds: Test Excavations at a Vacant Mississippian Mound Center; Fort Mose: Colonial America's Black Fortress of Freedom; South Carolina Antiquities: 25 Years of the ASSC and South Carolina Archaeology; Lost Cities of the Ancient Southeast; New Words, Old Songs: Understanding the Lives of Ancient Peoples in Southwest Florida Through Archaeology; The Domain of the Calusa: Archaeology and Adventure in the Discovery of South Florida's Past (video); Diversity and Complexity in Prehistoric Maritime Societies: A Gulf of Maine Perspective; Beyond Subsistence: Plains Archaeology and the Postprocessual Critique


In the review of Highways to the Past: Essays on Illinois Archaeology in Honor of Charles J. Bareis (Southeastern Archaeology, vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 202-203), the name of one of the authors is Witty (Charles O.), not Wittry.

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Medicinal Teas and Patent Medicines: African-American Women's Consumer Choices and Ethnomedical Traditions at a Louisiana Plantation
Laurie A. Wilkie

Household Organization and Refuse Disposal at a Cultivated Creek Site
Allan D. Meyers

Small-Scale Mississippian Community Organization in the Big Black River Valley of Mississippi
Karl G. Lorenz


Late Period Chronology in the Central Mississippi Valley: A Western Tennessee Perspective
Robert C. Mainfort, Jr.

Mississippian Ceramic Jars, Bottles, and Gourds as Compound Vessels
George M. Luer

Joseph Caldwell's Summerour Mound (9FO16) and Woodland Platform Mounds in the Southeastern United States
Thomas J. Pluckhahn

The Shell Assemblage from Morhiss (41VT1), an Archaic Site on the West Gulf Coastal Plain
Helen Danzeiser Dockall and John E. Dockall

Continuity in Woodland and Mississippian Settlement Patterning in Northeast Mississippi
Janet Rafferty


The Nature and Timing of the Late Prehistoric Settlement of the Black Prairie in Northeast Mississippi: A Reply to Hogue, Peacock, and Rafferty
Jay K. Johnson

Settlement Pattern Continuity and Change in the Mississippi Black Prairie: A Response to Johnson
Evan Peacock and Janet Rafferty

Reviews and Book Notes


McNutt (ed.): Prehistory of the Central Mississippi Valley
Michael J. O'Brien

Brown: The Spiro Ceremonial Center: The Archaeology of Arkansas Valley Caddoan Culture in Eastern Oklahoma
Charles L. Rohrbaugh

Coe: Town Creek Indian Mound: A Native American Legacy
Kit W. Wesler

Hally (ed.): Ocmulgee Archaeology, 1936-1986
Christopher Peebles

Lyon: A New Deal for Southeastern Archaeology
Lynne P. Sullivan

Nassaney and Sassaman (eds.): Native American Interactions: Multiscalar Analyses and Interpretations in the Eastern Woodlands
John P. Hart

Galloway: Choctaw Genesis: 1500-1700
Janet Rafferty

Hann: A History of the Timucua Indians and Missions
Michael A. Pfeiffer

Grumet: Historic Contact: Indian People and Colonists in Today's Northeastern United States in the Sixteenth through Eighteenth Centuries
Marvin T Smith

Goldman-Finn and Driskell (eds.): Preliminary Archaeological Papers on Dust Cave, Northwest Alabama
Richard W. Jefferies

Odell (ed.): Stone Tools: Theoretical Insights into Human Prehistory
Martha A. Rolingson

Collins et al. (eds.): Pedological Perspectives in Archaeological Research
Jack Donahue

Book Notes

Middle and Late Archaic Archaeological Records of South Carolina: A Synthesis for Research and Resource Management; Lithic Resource Studies: A Sourcebook for Archaeologists; Calf Creek Horizon in Oklahoma; Site Destruction in Georgia and the Carolinas; Archaeological Site File Management: A Southeastern Perspective

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Volume 16 Number 1 Summer 1997



Specialization, Political Symbols, and the Crafty Elite of Cahokia
Timothy R. Pauketat

The Mississippian Succession on the Lower Ohio
R. Berle Clay

Igneous Lithics of Central Arkansas: Identification, Sources, and Artifact Distribution
Martha Ann Rolingson and J. Michael Howard


A Preliminary Report on the Archaeology of a New Mississippian Cave Art Site in East Tennessee
Jan F. Simek, Charles H. Faulkner, Susan R. Frankenberg, Walter E. Klippel, Todd M. Ahlman, Nicholas P. Herrmann, Sarah C. Sherwood, Renee B. Walker, W. Miles Wright, and Richard Yarnell

Giant Amerindians: Fact or Fantasy?
Mehmet Yasar Iscan and Morton H. Kessel

Reviews and Book Notes


Scarry (ed.): Political Structure and Change in the Prehistoric Southeastern United States
Jeanne E. Arnold

Jennings: Accidental Archaeologist: Memoirs of Jesse D. Jennings
Robert W. Neuman

Lewis, Lewis, and Sullivan: The Prehistory of the Chickamauga Basin in Tennessee
James W. Hatch

Griffin: Fifty Years of Southeastern Archaeology: Selected Works of John W. Griffin
Rebecca Saunders

Orser: A Historical Archaeology of the Modern World
Rochelle Marrinan

Carstens and Watson (eds.): Of Caves and Shell Mounds
Kenneth E. Sassaman

Lewis (ed.): Kentucky Archaeology
Cheryl Ann Munson

Reitz, Newsom, and Scudder (eds.): Case Studies in Environmental Archaeology
Cheryl Claassen

O'Brien: Paradigms of the Past: The Story of Missouri Archaeology
Bonnie W. Styles

Ledbetter: Archeological Investigations at Mill Branch Sites 9WR4 and 9WR11, Warren County, Georgia
Jay K. Johnson

Book Notes

The Moundville Expeditions of Clarence Bloomfield Moore; Archaeological Curatorship; Statistics for Archaeologists: A Commonsense Approach; Indian Art of Ancient Florida; Dogan Point: A Shell Matrix Site in the Lower Hudson Valley; TheMaking of Sacagawea: A Euro-American Legend

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A Re-examination of Natchez Sociopolitical Complexity: A View from the Grand Village and Beyond
Karl G. Lorenz

Coercion, Tribute and Chiefly Authority: The Regional Development of Mississippian Political Culture
Mark A. Rees

A Framework for the Middle-Late Holocene Transition: Astronomical and Geophysical Conditions
Joel D. Gunn


Mobility and Hunter-Gatherer Toolkit Design: Analysis of a Dalton Lithic Cache
John A. Walthall and George R. Holley

From Joara to Chiaha: Spanish Exploration of the Appalachian Summit Area, 1540-1568
Robin A. Beck, Jr.

Research Notes

A Comparison of Laboratory Results to Archaeological Data: Pottery Surface Treatments in Eastern Missouri
James W. Cogswell and Michael J. O'Brien

Reviews and Book Notes


Pauketat and Emerson (eds.): Cahokia: Domination and Ideology in the Mississippian World
Robert D. Drennan

Brain and Phillips: Shell Gorgets: Styles of the Late Prehistoric and Protohistoric Southeast
Jon Muller

Anderson and Sassaman (eds.): The Paleoindian and Early Archaic Southeast
Lucinda J. McWeeney

Arnold: Emergent Complexity: The Evolution of Intermediate Societies
John F. Scarry

Purdy: How to Do Archaeology The Right Way
Ann M. Early

Jameson (ed.): Presenting Archaeology to the Public: Digging for Truths
Mary Inkrot

Shackel: Culture Change and the New Technology: An Archaeology of the Early American Industrial Era
Brent R. Weisman

Gibb: The Archaeology of Wealth: Consumer Behavior in English America
Lynne G. Lewis

Book Notes

Rock Art in Kentucky; Archaeological Investigation of the Dry Creek Site

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