Journal of the Iowa Archeological Society

JIAS Volume 63 (2016)
$5.00

Table of Contents:

  • Into the Lofty Realm of Thunderbirds: Revisiting the Native American Rock Art Legacy in Northeast Iowa — Part I (Russell P. Baldner)
  • Using Ceramic Petrography to Evaluate the Nature of Cultural Interaction Between the Spoon River Culture of the Central Illinois Valley and the Mill Creek Culture of Northwest Iowa (James B. Stoltman and Joseph A. Tiffany)
  • Archaeology Begins at Home: Rescue of Remains From a Professor’s House and College Creamery on the Iowa State University Campus (Adam J. Meseke, Aaron M. Greiner, and David Mayer Gradwohl)
  • Historical and Archaeological Investigations of the Fort Dodge Clay Works, 1892–1907 (Richard J. Carlson and Alan J. Hawkins)
  • Comment on Shirar’s Projectile Point Types (James L. Theler and Robert F. Boszhardt)

Book Reviews

  • Krueger: Myths of the Rune Stone: Viking Martyrs and the Birthplace of America (Colin Betts) 
  • Olson: Ioway Life: Reservation and Reform, 1837–1860 (Lance M. Foster)
  • Arndt: Ho-Chunk Powwows and the Politics of Tradition (Jacki Thompson Rand)
  • Ferguson: Illinois in the War of 1812 (Robert C. Vogel)
  • Byers: Reclaiming the Hopewellian Ceremonial Sphere (Shannon Fie)
  • Lyman: Theodore E. White and the Development of Zooarchaeology in North America (Meredith Wismer)
  • Wishart: Great Plains Indians (Donald Raker)
  • Schrab and Boszhardt: Hidden Thunder: Rock Art of the Upper Midwest (William E. Whittaker)

 

JIAS Volume 62 (2015)
$5.00

Table of Contents:

  • “A Venture to the Plantation of the Sun”: Lahontan’s 1688 Journey Across Iowa and Beyond (Peter H. Wood)
  • Late Woodland Components at the Fort Madison Senior Housing Site (13LE539), Lee County, Iowa (John F. Doershuk)
  • The Hook Mound Group (13LA40) Lost and Found (Michael J. Perry)
  • By Any Other Name: The Use of Reported Projectile Point Types in Spatial Analyses 41 (Benjamin T. Shirar) 

Book Reviews

  • Robin M. Lillie and Jennifer E. Mack’s Dubuque’s Forgotten Cemetery: Excavating a Nineteenth-century Burial Ground in a Twenty-first-century City (Eve Hargrave) 
  • Ken S. Mueller’s Senator Benton and the People: Master Race Democracy on the Early American Frontier (Laura Rigal) 
  • Whittaker et al.’s The Archaeological Guide to Iowa (Geraldine Schwarz and Dean Schwarz) 
  • Nicholas A. Brown and Sarah E. Kanouse’s Re-Collecting Black Hawk: Landscape, Memory, and Power in the American Midwest (Michael J. Perry) 
  • Hargrave et al.’s Transforming the Dead: Culturally Modified Bone in the Prehistoric Midwest (Anne L. Grauer)
  • Douglas W. Owsley and Richard L. Jantz’s Kennewick Man: The Scientific Investigation of an Ancient American Skeleton (Lara Noldner)
JIAS Volume 61 (2014)
$5.00

Iowaville, a 1765-1820s Báxoje (Ioway) Village

edited by Cynthia L. Peterson

Table of Contents:

  • Iowaville, a 1765–1820s Báxoje (Ioway) Village (Cynthia L. Peterson)
  • Historic Background of the Báxoje and Iowaville Cynthia L. Peterson
  • Iowaville Geomorphology and Stratigraphy (Joe Alan Artz)
  • Prior Archaeological Investigations at Iowaville (Cynthia L. Peterson and Anton Till)
  • Private Artifact Collections from Iowaville (Cynthia L. Peterson)
  • Geophysical Investigations at Iowaville (Steven L. De Vore)
  • 2010 Iowaville Archaeological Investigations (Cynthia L. Peterson)
  • Plant Remains from Iowaville  (Christina E. Pearce and William Green)
  • Iowaville Faunal Analysis (Chérie Haury-Artz)
  • Portable Infrared Mineral Analyzer Study of Iowaville Pipestone (Sarah U. Wisseman and Randall E. Hughes)
  • Iowaville Site Summary and Recommendations (Cynthia L. Peterson)

Book Reviews 

  • David L. Browman’s Cultural Negotiations: The Role of Women in the Founding of Americanist Archaeology (Nurit G. Finn) 
  • Douglas D. Scott’s Uncovering History: Archaeological Investigations at the Little Bighorn (Carl A. Merry) 
  • Ronald R. Switzer’s The Steamboat Bertrand and Missouri River Commerce (Cindy L. Nagel) 
  • Scott et al.’s Custer, Cody, and Grand Duke Alexis: Historical Archaeology of the Royal Buffalo Hunt (Marlin F. Hawley)
JIAS Volume 60 (2013)
$5.00

Table of Contents:

  • History and Archaeology of the Elgin Brewery Site, Fayette County, Iowa (Leah D. Rogers) 
  • Nineteenth Century Mills in Allamakee County (Michael J. Perry and Sheila Oberreuter) 
  • Obituary: Marshall B. McKusick (1930–2013) (Joseph A. Tiffany)

 Book Reviews 

  • Stanford and Bradley: Across Atlantic Ice: The Origin of America’s Clovis Culture (John C. Whittaker) 
  • Howey: Mound Builders and Monument Makers of the Northern Great Lakes, 1200–1600 (David W. Benn) 
  • Lovis et al.: The Geoarchaeology of Lake Michigan Coastal Dunes (Laura J. Crawford)
JIAS Volume 59 (2012)
$5.00

Table of Contents:

  • Traversing Field and Forest:  John C. Hartman and Prehistoric Waterloo (Donald H. Gaff and Sarah J. Caldwell) 
  • An Apparently Very Old Prehistoric Camp Site (Ellison J. Orr, with analysis and commentary by Michael J. Perry and Aimee Roberts)
  • Obituary: Richard Gates Slattery (1918–2012) (Joseph A. Tiffany)

Book Reviews

  • Birmingham: Spirits of Earth: The Effigy Mound Landscape of Madison and the Four Lakes (Kim Martens Tyo) 
  • Noel Hume: Belzoni: The Giant Archaeologists Love to Hate (Dennis Kellogg) 
JIAS Volume 58 (2011)
$5.00

Table of Contents:

  • A Quantitative Analysis of Thin Sections of Ceramic Material from 13LN323, Palisades-Dows Preserve, Linn County, Iowa (Paul L. Garvin and Nicholas W. Slater)
  • A Clovis Point from the Dr. Paul Ostlie Collection (Branden K. Scott) 
  • Rediscovering the Mahouea (Colin M. Betts) 
  • Shall Iowa Have National Monuments?  (Charles R. Keyes, with commentary by Michael J. Perry)

Book Reviews 

  • Meltzer: First Peoples in a New World (Julie E. Morrow) 
  • Colwell-Chanthaphonh: Inheriting the Past: The Making of Arthur C. Parker and Indigenous Archaeology (Wynema Morris)
JIAS Volume 57 (2010)
$5.00

Table of Contents:

  • Lost Fountains: When Des Moines Aspired to be the “City Beautiful” (William E. Whittaker and Cindy L. Nagel) 
  • Grooved Axes of the Keokuk Type (Charles R. Keyes, with analysis and commentary by Michael J. Perry)
  • A Geographic Information System Model of Prehistoric Mound Location in Iowa (Chad A. Goings) 
  • Petroglyphic of Allamakee County: A Preliminary Summary (Ellison J. Orr, with analysis and commentary by Michael J. Perry and Raymond Anderson) 
  • Archaeological Evaluation of the Wet Lobe of the Allen Fan Site —13HA385 (James M. Collins and Rolfe Mandel) 

Book Reviews 

  • Chacon and Mendoza: North American Indigenous Warfare and Ritual Violence (Jim D. Feagins) 
  • Whittaker: Frontier Forts of Iowa (Loren N. Horton) 
  • Daubenmier: The Meskwaki and Anthropologists (David M. Gradwohl)
JIAS Volume 56 (2009)
$5.00

Table of Contents: 

  • Continuity in the Woodland mound Building Tradition of Northeastern Iowa (David W. Benn)
  • Ceramic Temper and Fire-cracked Rock Selection at 13LN323, Palisades-Dows State Preserve, Linn County, Iowa (John F. Doershuk, Paul L. Garvin, and Julia K. Clark)
  • Rockshelters of Northeastern Iowa: The Waterville Rock Shelter (Ellison J. Orr, with analysis and commentary by Michael J. Perry)

Book Reviews

  • Olson: The Ioway in Missouri (Dale R. Henning)
  • Beck: Inkpaduta: Dakota Leader (Wynema Morris)
  • Jung: The Black Hawk War of 1832 (Ferrel E. Anderson)
  • Bennett: Authenticating Ancient Indian Artifacts (Mark L. Anderson)
JIAS Volume 55 (2008)
$5.00

Table of Contents:

  • Pierre-Jean de Smet’s Remarkable Map of the Missouroi River Valley, 1839: What Did He See in Iowa? (William E. Whittaker)
  • Past Lives Remembered: Historical Archaeology at the Iowa 4-H Center (Adam J. Meseke)
  • Profiles in Iowa Archaeology: Memories of Art Hoppin, 1950–2008 (Compiled by David W. Benn)

Book Reviews

  • Birmingham and Goldstein: Aztalan: Mysteries of an Ancient Indian Town (Michael J. Perry)
  • Morrow and Gnecco: Paleoindian Archaeology: A Hemispheric Perspective (Matthew E. Hill)
  • Hoxie and Nelson: Lewis and Clark and the Indian Country (Cherie E. Haury-Artz)
JIAS Volume 54 (2007)
$5.00

Archeological Investigations of Iowa Underground Railroad Sites

Table of Contents:

  • Civil Bend Archeology: An Initial Examination of Several Sites in the Antislavery Historic Context (Lowell Blikre)
  • Archaeological and Geophysical Investigations at the Reverend George B. Hitchcock Properties, Cass County, Iowa (Douglas W. Jones and Steven L. DeVore)
  • Profiles in Iowa Archeology: My Life in the Cemetery: Personal, CRM, and Ethnoarchaeological Ruminations (David Mayer Gradwohl)

Book Reviews

  • Green: A Warrior I have Been: Plains Indian Cultures in Transition (Jim Feagins)
  • VanPool and VanPool: Signs of the Casas Grandes Shamans (James M. Collins)
  • Lekson: The Architecture of Chaco Canyon, New Mexico (Wm. Lane Shields)
  • Ahler and Kay: Plains Village Archaeology: Bison-hunting Farmers in the Central and Northern Plains (John G. Hedden)

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