Volume 20 Number 1 Summer 2001



Long-Term Histories of Mississippian Centers: The Developmental Sequence of Etowah and Its Comparison to Moundville and Cahokia
Adam King

An Analysis of Human Skeletal Materials from the Snow Beach Site (8WA52)
Dane Magoon, Lynette Norr, Dale L. Hutchinson, and Charles R. Ewen

Complementary Geophysical Survey Techniques:Why Two Ways are Always Better Than One
R. Berle Clay

Taphonomic and Biogeographic Data from a Plaquemine Shell Midden on the Ouachita River, Louisiana
Evan Peacock and Shawn Chapman

Prehistoric Use of Sumac and Bedstraw as Dye Plants in Eastern North America
Kathryn A. Jakes and Annette G. Ericksen

An Assessment of the Antiquity of the Lower Jackson Mound
Joe Saunders, Thurman Alien, Dennis LeBatt, Reca Jones, and David Grilling

All Rocks are Not Alike
Kevin L. Bruce


Morgan, Precolumbian Architecture in Eastern North America, reviewed by Matthew S. Coon

Daniel, Hardaway Revisited: Early Archaic Settlement in the Southeast, reviewed by V. Ann Tippitt

Milanich, Laboring in the Fields of the Lord: Spanish Missions and Southeastern Indians, and Boyd, Smith, and Griffin, Here They Once Stood: The Tragic End of the Apalachee Missions, reviewed by Ann F. Ramenofsky

Waselkov, Old Mobile Archaeology, and Bense, ed.. Archaeology of Colonial Pensacola, reviewed by Kenneth C. Carstens

Volume 20 Number 2 Winter 2001



Composition and Provenance of Greenstone Artifacts from Moundville
Daniel G. Gall and Vincas P. Steponaitis

Grafting Control and the Control of Crafts: Rethinking the Moundville Greenstone Industry
Gregory D. Wilson

On the Subject Matter of Southeastern Ceremonial Complex Art
Vernon James Knight, Jr., James A. Brown, and George E. Lankford

The Context of Late Prehistoric Cave Art: The Art and Archaeology of 11th Unnamed Cave, Tennessee
Jan F. Simek, Alan Cressler, Charles H. Faulkner, Todd M. Ahlman, Brad Creswell, and Jay D. Franklin

Caddo Trade Ceramics
Timothy K. Perttula, Marlin F. Hawley, and Fred W. Scott

The Use of Metal at a Wichita Contact Settlement
George H. Odell

Archaic Faunal Utilization in the Louisiana Bottomlands
H. Edwin Jackson and Susan L. Scott


Lopinot, Ray, and Conner, The 1997 Excavations at the Big Eddy Site (23CE426) in Southwest Missouri, reviewed by Jeff Irwin

Mainfort and Jeter, Arkansas Archeology: Essays in Honor of Dan and Phyllis Morse, reviewed by Neal L. Trubowitz

Gibson, The Ancient Mounds of Poverty Point: Place of Rings, reviewed by Kenneth E. Sassaman

Goggin, Space and Time Perspective in Northern St. Johns Archeology, Florida, reviewed by Jeffrey M. Mitchem

Blitz and Mann, Fisherfolk, Farmers, and Frenchmen: Archaeological Explorations on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, reviewed by Ian W. Brown

Romans, A Concise Natural History of East and West Florida, reviewed by Evan Peacock

Southeastern Archaeological Conference

Special Publication 7


edited by Jane M. East-man, Christopher B. Rodning, and Edmond A. Boudreaux HI


Vincas P. Steponaitis

Backdirt, Bondo,® Duct Tape,® and Nintendo® Archaeology: An Appraisal of the Career of Henry Trawick Ward
Bennie C. Keel

Stratified Early-Middle Holocene Remains in the North Carolina Coastal Plain
I. Randolph Daniel, Jr.

The Nature of Public Archaeology at Town Creek Indian Mound
Linda F. Carnes-McNaughton

Mortuary Patterning and Social Organization at Town Creek Mound and Village
Elizabeth Monahan Driscoll

Settlement Structure and Occupational History at the Fredricks-Jenrette Site Complex, Orange County, North Carolina
R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr.

The Fredricks Site: Social Diversity within a Late Contact Period Siouan Community in North Carolina
Edmond A. Boudreaux III

Mortuary Analysis and Gender: The Response of Siouan Peoples to European Contact
Jane M. Eastman

Swimming Upriver: Changes in Subsistence and Biogeography in the Roanoke River Valley
Amber M. VanDerwarker

Vertebrate Subsistence Practices along the Dan River at the Time of Contact
Mary Ann Holm

Pisgah Phase Village Evolution at the Warren Wilson Site
David G. Moore

Fiction from Fact at the Townson Site in Southwestern North Carolina
H. Trawick Ward

The Redneck Rider of the RLA
Linda F. Carnes-McNaughton

Volume 21 Number 1 Summer 2002


Special Thematic Section:

Revisiting Coweeta Creek

edited by Christopher B. Rodning and Amber M. VanDerwarkerRevisiting Coweeta Creek: Reconstructing Ancient Cherokee Lifeways in Southwestern North Carolina
Christopher B. Rodning and Amber M. VanDerwarker

The Townhouse at Coweeta Creek
Christopher B. Rodning

Gendered Practice in Cherokee Foodways: A Spatial Analysis of Plant Remains from the Coweeta Creek Site
Amber M. VanDerwarker and Kandace R. Detwiler

Boiling, Baking, and Pottery Breaking: A Functional Analysis of Ceramic Vessels from Coweeta Creek
Gregory D. Wilson and Christopher B. Rodning

Bioarchaeology at Coweeta Creek: Continuity and Change in Native Health and Lifeways in Protohistoric Western North Carolina
Patricia M. Lambert

The Coweeta Creek Mound and the Cherokee Project
Bennie C. Keel, Brian J. Egloff, and Keith T. Egloff


A Time Capsule of Physical Anthropology: The Charles E. Snow Letters of 1940-1941
Keith P. Jacobi

Material Culture at Presidio Santa Maria de Galve (1698-1722): Combining the Historical and Archaeological Records
Brenda M. Swann

Cahokian Ritual and the Ramey Field: New Insights from Old Collections
Timothy R. Pauketat and Brad Koldehoff

Building Ceramic Chronologies with Thermoluminescence Dating: A Case Study from the Carolina Sandhills
Joseph M. Herbert, James K. Feathers, and Ann S. Cordell


Craig, Spanish Silver Coins in the Florida Collection, reviewed by Michael A. Pfeiffer

Eastman and Rodning (eds.). Archaeological Studies of Gender in the Southeastern United States, reviewed by Shannon K. Chappell

Volume 21 Number 2 Winter 2002


Special Thematic Section:

Frontiers, Backwaters, and Peripheries: Exploring the Edges of the Mississippian World

edited by Adam King and Maureen S. Meyers


Exploring the Edges of the Mississippian World
Adam King and Maureen S. Meyers

The Early Mississippian Frontier in the Lower Chattahoochee-Apalachicola River Valley
John H. Blitz and Karl G. Lorenz

The Pulcher Tradition and the Ritualization of Cahokia: A Perspective from Cahokia's Southern Neighbor
John E.Kelly

A Critical Appraisal of Middle Mississippian Settlement and Social Organization on the Georgia Coast
Thomas J. Pluckhahn and David A. McKivergan

On the Periphery of the Early Mississippian World: Looking Within and Beyond Northeastern Florida
Keith H.Ashley

The Mississippian Frontier in Southwestern Virginia
Maureen S. Meyers

The Burke Phase: A Mississippian Frontier in the North Carolina Foothills
Robin A. Beck, Jr., and David G. Moore

Fort Ancient/Mississippian Interaction on the Northeastern Periphery
David Pollack, A. Gwynn Henderson, and Christopher T. Begley

Creek Chiefdoms at the Temporal Edge of the Mississippian World
Adam King


A Petrographic Study of Moundville Palettes
Cynthia Whitney, Vincas P. Steponaitis, and John J. W. Rogers

The Occurrence of Greenstone at Late Period Sites in Northeast Arkansas
Daniel G. Gall, Robert C. Mainfort, Jr., and Rita Fisher-Carroll

Identification of Feathers in Textiles from the Craig Mound at Spiro, Oklahoma
J. Daniel Rogers, Caria J. Dove, Marcy Heacker, and Gary R. Graves

Replication of Textile Dyeing with Sumac and Bedstraw
Amanda Jo Thompson and Kathryn A. Jakes

Wallace Bottom: A Colonial-Era Archaeological Site in the Menard Locality, Eastern Arkansas
John H. House


Michem (ed.). The East Florida Expeditions of Clarence Bloomfield Moore, and Milanich (ed.). Famous Florida Sites: Crystal River and Mount Royal, reviewed by Virgil Roy Beasley

Michem (ed.). The West and Central Florida Expeditions of Clarence Bloomfield Moore, reviewed by Thomas E. Penders

Pauketat, et al.. The Archaeology of Downtown Cahokia: The Tract-ISA and Dunham Tract Excavations, reviewed by Gregory D. Wilson

Genheimer (ed.). Cultures Before Contact: The Late Prehistory of Ohio and Surrounding Regions, reviewed by Robert C. Connolly

Smith, et al.. Archaeological Investigations of Site 40WY87, Wayne County, Tennessee, reviewed by Todd M. Ahlman


Bioarchaeology at Coweeta Creek: Continuity and Change in Native Health and Lifeways in Protohistoric Western North Carolina
Patricia M. Lambert

Volume 22 Number 1 Summer 2003


Special Anniversary Article

The Editors Speak: Reminiscences of the Editors of the Journal Southeastern Archaeology on the Occasion of its Twentieth Anniversary compiled by Vincas P. Steponaitis
William H. Marquardt, Vincas P. Steponaitis, Vernon J. Knight, Jr., R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr.,Kenneth Sassaman, Robert C. Mainfort, Jr., and Gregory A. Waselkov


Late Holocene Climactic Fluctuations and Culture Change in Southeastern North America
Keith J. Little

Late Period Ceramic Rim Attribute Variation in the Central Mississippi Valley
Robert C. Mainfort, Jr.

The Rings of Marksville
Chip McGimsey

Weeden Island Occupation in the Borderland: An Example from South Alabama
Terry L. Lolley

A Geographic Information Systems Approach to Understanding Potential Prehistoric and Historic Travel Corridors
Thomas G. Whitley and Lacey M. Hicks

The Catherine Brown Cowpen and Thomas Howell Site: Material Characteristics of Cattle Raisers in the South Carolina Backcountry
Mark D. Groover and Richard D. Brooks


O'Brien and Lyman (eds.). Setting the Agenda for American Archaeology: The National Research Council Archaeological Conferences of 1929,1932, [sic] and 1935, and Neumann and Sanford, Cultural Resources Archaeology: An Introduction, reviewed by David S. Brose

Neitzel (ed.). Great Towns and Regional Polities in the Prehistoric American Southwest and Southeast, reviewed by Marvin D. Jeter

Smith, Coosa: The Rise and Fall of a Southeastern Mississippian Chiefdom, reviewed by Matthew Gage

Hilgeman, Pottery and Chronology at Angel, reviewed by Christopher T. Espenshade

Ballenger, Dalton Settlement in the Arkoma Basin of Eastern Oklahoma, reviewed by Ruthann Knudson

Gushing, Exploration of Ancient Key-Dweller Remains on the Gulf Coast of Florida, reviewed by Wayne C.J.Boyko

Wilkie, Creating Freedom: Material Culture and African American Identity at Oakley Plantation, Louisiana, 1840-1950, reviewed by Patrick H. Garrow

Geier and Potter (eds.), Archeological Perspectives on the American Civil War, reviewed by Andrea Lee Novick

Wickman, The Tree that Bends: Discourse, Power, and the Survival of the Maskoki People, reviewed by Brent R. Weisman

McEwan (ed.), Indians of the Greater Southeast: Historical Archaeology and Ethnohistory, and Nassaney and Johnson (eds.). Interpretations of Native North American Life: Material Contributions to Ethnohistory, reviewed by Jean Black

Arnold and Wicker (eds.). Gender and the Archaeology of Death, reviewed by Robert C. Mainfort, Jr.

Albarella (ed.). Environmental Archaeology: Meaning and Purpose, reviewed by Tanya M. Peres

Volume 22 Number 2 Winter 2003



Materializing Cahokia Shamans
Thomas E. Emerson

Jaketown Revisited
Joe Saunders and Thurman Alien

Geometry in Apalachee Buildings at Mission San Luis
Herschel E. Shepard

An Ordination Approach to Assessing Late Period Phases in the Central Mississippi Valley
Robert C. Mainfort, Jr.

Corn Dogs and Hush Puppies: Diet and Domestication at Two Protohistoric Farmsteads in Oktibbeha County, Mississippi
S. Homes Hogue

Archaeological Consequences of Urban Land-Use Conversion in Northeast Florida, 1970-1995
Kenneth E. Sassaman, J. Christian Russell, and Jon C. Endonino

Why Florida Archaeology Matters
Brent R. Weisman


Anderson and Mainfort (eds.). The Woodland Southeast, reviewed by Timothy K. Perttula

Ethridge and Hudson (eds.). The Transformation of the Southeastern Indians, 1540-1760, reviewed by Mark A. Rees

Lyman and O'Brien, W. C. McKern and the Midwestern Taxonomic Method, reviewed by James C. Waggoner, Jr.

Mitchem (ed.). The East Florida Expeditions of Clarence Bloomfield Moore, and Milanich (ed.). Famous Florida Sites: Crystal River and Mount Royal, reviewed by Virgil Roy Beasley

MacCauley, The Seminole Indians of Florida, reviewed by Jane Anne Blakney-Bailey

Moorehead (ed.). Exploration of the Etowah Site in Georgia: The Etowah Papers, reviewed by William F. Stanyard

Custer, Classification Guide for Arrowheads and Spearpoints of Eastern Pennsylvania and the Central Middle Atlantic, reviewed by Asa R. Randall

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