Journal of the Iowa Archeological Society

JIAS Volume 43 (1996)
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Table of Contents:

Perspectives

  • The Ioway and the Landscape of Southeast Iowa (Lance Foster)
  • The Archeology of Two Great Oasis Sites in the Perry Creek Valley, Northwest Iowa (Dale R. Henning)
  • A Reanalysis of Mill Creek Midden Formation (Richard L. Fishel)
  • Angelo Punctated: A Late Woodland Ceramic Type in Western Wisconsin (Robert F. Boszhardt)
  • Two Recently Identified Late Archaic Sites in Western Iowa (John G. Hedden)
  • “Understanding Iowa’s Cultural Heritage”: Iowa Archaeology Week (William Green and Timothy S. Weitzel)

Profiles in Iowa Archeology

  • Amateur Archaeology in Fremont County, Iowa: The Wayne Polk Notebook (Dennis Miller)
JIAS Volume 42 (1995)
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  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration Regulations on Excavation Safety (Jack L. Mickle)
  • Excavation Safety Plan for the Iowa Office of the State Archaeologist (Carl A. Merry and John G. Hedden)
  • Lithic Technology and Temporal Variation at a Chert Workshop in Central Iowa (James M. Collins)
  • The Map of the Map of the Map of the Map: Tracking the Blood Run Archaeological Site (Edward J. Lueck, R. Peter Winham, L. Adrien Hannus, and Lynette Rossum)
  • Additional Paul Rowe Documents: An Update on the Paul Rowe Collection (William T. Billeck)
Publications
  • Comprehensive Index of the Journal of the Iowa Archeological Society Volumes 1–42; 1951–1995 (K. Kris Hirst, Ed.)
JIAS Volume 41 (1994)
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Current Issues in Iowa Archeology 

  • Response to the Geomorphological Guidelines (Larry J. Zimmerman, Lawrence E. Bradley, Richard A. Fox, Jr., and Brian L. Molyneaux)
  • The Gundersen Site: An Oneota Village and Cemetery in La Crosse, Wisconsin (Constance M. Arzigian, Robert F. Boszhardt, Holly P. Halverson, and James L. Theler)
  • A Randolph Phase Winter Camp in the White Breast Creek Valley (Donna C. Roper)
  • A Key to the Identification of Chipped-Stone Raw Material Found on Archaeological Sites in Iowa (Toby Morrow)
  • Weaver Ceramics from the Gast Farm Site (13LA12), Southeastern Iowa (Timothy S. Weitzel and William Green)
  • Corner Tang Artifacts in the Paul Rowe Collection (William T. Billeck)
Profiles in Iowa Archaeology 
  • Contributions of Elmer E. Blackman and Robert F. Gilder to Central Plains Archeology (Cathie L. Masters)
JIAS Volume 40 (1993)
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Table of Contents:

Current Issues in Iowa Archaeology 

  • Guidelines for Geomorphological Investigations in Support of Archaeological Investigations in Iowa (Association of Iowa Archaeologists, Commentaries by Various Authors, with a Response by E. Arthur Bettis III)
  • Great Oasis Ceramics Analysis: Communication by Design (William C. Edwards)
  • The Preservation of Cultural Stratigraphy in Loess-Mantled Terrains of Iowa (Joe Alan Artz)
  • The Old Red Rock Indian Line Sycamore Tree (Leah D. Rogers)
  • A Systems Analysis of Artifact Processing at the Office of the State Archaeologist (Suzanne Oliver, Jay Satterfield, and Roderick Sharpe)

Profiles in Iowa Archaeology 

  • Theodore Hayes Lewis: The Northwestern Archaeological Survey (Chérie E. Haury)
JIAS Volume 39 (1992)
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Table of Contents:

  • Documenting Southwestern Iowa Prehistory through the Paul Rowe Collection (William Green, Chérie E. Haury, and John L. Cordell)
  • Rediscovering Glenwood Earthlodges: The McDowell “Digs,”1938–1947 (Sandra Crismon and William Green)
  • Archaeological Survey of Paul Rowe Sites in Mills County, Iowa (William T. Billeck)
  • Excavation Reports by Paul Rowe: 13ML272, 13ML297, 13ML299, and 13ML396 (William T. Billeck and Paul R. Rowe)
  • Human Skeletal Remains from the Rowe Collection, Mills County, Iowa (Robin M. Lillie)
JIAS Volume 38 (1991)
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Table of Contents:

  • Great Oasis and Emergent Mississippian: The Question of Trade (Dale R. Henning)
  • The Paul Sagers Archaeological Collection (John Cordell, William Green, and Derrick Marcucci)
  • Triangular Projectile Point Stages of Manufacture at the Late Woodland Sweeting Site, 13WS61 (William T. Billeck)
  • The Christenson Oneota Site, 13PK407 (David W. Benn)
  • The Coppers Creek Site: A Late Woodland Occupation on the Des Moines River (LuAnn Hudson)
  • The Great Gunflint Debate (K. Kris Hirst)
  • Small-scale, Soft-mud Brickmaking Facilities in the Mid-Nineteenth Century: An Archaeological Example from Iowa (Fred A. Finney and Susan R. Snow)
JIAS Volume 37 (1990)
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Table of Contents:

  • Great Oasis and Emergent Mississippian: The Question of Trade (Dale R. Henning)
  • The Paul Sagers Archaeological Collection (John Cordell, William Green, and Derrick Marcucci)
  • Triangular Projectile Point Stages of Manufacture at the Late Woodland Sweeting Site, 13WS61 (William T. Billeck)
  • The Christenson Oneota Site, 13PK407 (David W. Benn)
  • The Coppers Creek Site: A Late Woodland Occupation on the Des Moines River (LuAnn Hudson)
  • The Great Gunflint Debate (K. Kris Hirst)
  • Small-scale, Soft-mud Brickmaking Facilities in the Mid-Nineteenth Century: An Archaeological Example from Iowa (Fred A. Finney and Susan R. Snow)
JIAS Volume 36 (1989)
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Table of Contents:
  • Sources for Winnebago History in Northeastern Iowa, 1837–1848 (Carl A. Merry and William Green)
  • The Archaeology of the Saylorvillage Site (13PK165): A Late Woodland Manifestation on the Des Moines River (Nancy M. Osborn, David M. Gradwohl, and Randall M. Thies)
  • The Brassica Bench Site (13PK251): Its Archaeology and Ecology (Randall M. Thies)
  • Historical Archaeology at the Kendallville Flouring Mill (Carl A. Merry)
JIAS Volume 35 (1988)
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Table of Contents:

  • Frontier Lead Mining in the Upper Mississippi Valley (Larry R. Abbott)
  • The Investigation of the Landscaping at Terrace Hill Through Historical Archaeology (Joyce McKay)
  • Excavations of the South Lawn Area, Terrace Hill (Dale R. Henning)
  • Historical Archaeology at Plum Grove (Thomas H. Charlton, Cynthia Otis Charlton, Stephen C. Lensink, and James A. Sartain)
  • The 1804 “Old Ioway Village” of Lewis and Clark (Mildred Mott Wedel)
  • The Last Winnebago Indian in Northeast Iowa (Mary R. Carman)
JIAS Volume 34 (1987)
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Table of Contents:

  • The Keystone Site (13JK23): A Multicomponent Rockshelter in Jackson County, Iowa (Duane C. Anderson)
  • Functional Variation at Two Short-Term, Multicomponent Sites in Black Hawk County, Iowa (William T. Billeck)
  • The Effigy Complex of the Nebraska Phase and the Problem of Nebraska Phase-Mississippian Relationships (Michael J. McNemey)
  • Results of an Intensive Surface Survey at the Wenke Site (13VB402), Van Buren County, Iowa (Terry Miller)
  • Late Woodland Ceramics in Southeastern Iowa: A Perspective from the Lower Skunk Valley (Michael J. Perry)

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