Journal of the Iowa Archeological Society

JIAS Volume 33 (1986)
$5.00

Table of Contents:

  • Peering at the Ioway Indians through the Mist of Time: 1650–Circa 1700 (Mildred Mott Wedel)
  • Protohistoric Oneota Material from the Clear Lake Site, Illinois (Duane Esarey)
JIAS Volume 32 (1985)
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Table of Contents:

  • Late Woodland Sites in Southwestern Grant County, Wisconsin (John T. Penman)
  • Human Skeletal Remains from the Poor Man’s Farrah (41-Gt-366) and the Bade (47-Gt-365) Sites in Southwestern Wisconsin (Rodney E. Riggs) [Photographs of human skeletal remains from this article have been redacted for sensitivity. If you require these images for research purposes, please contact the OSA Bioarchaeology Program Director.]
  • Floral Analysis of Sites 47-Gt-365 and 47-Gt-366, Grant County, Wisconsin (L. Anthony Zalucha)
  • Drained Lakes and Small Sites: Rock Creek Lake (John C. Whittaker and Kathryn A. Kamp)
JIAS Volume 31 (1984)
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Table of Contents:

  • Cemetery Symbolism of Prairie Pioneers: Gravestone Art and Social Change in Story County, Iowa (Coleen L. Nutty)
  • Nineteenth-Century Mills and Milling Industries in Story County, Iowa (David N. Ballard, Jr.)
JIAS Volume 30 (1983)
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Table of Contents:

  • The Blue Earth Phase of Southern Minnesota (Guy E. Gibbon)
  • Cumulative Indices, Iowa Archeological Society (Sara Behrman)
JIAS Volume 29 (1982)
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Table of Contents:

  • The Clarkson Site (13WA2), An Oneota Manifestation in the Central Des Moines River Valley (Nancy M. Osborn)
JIAS Volume 28 (1981)
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Table of Contents:

  • The Ioway, Oto, and Omaha Indians in 1700 (Mildred M. Wedel)
  • Seed Analysis of the Meehan-Schell Site (13BN110), A Great Oasis Site in Central Iowa (Barbara Mead)
JIAS Volume 27 (1980)
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Table of Contents:
 
  • Archeology and Holocene Landscape Evolution in the Missouri Drainage of Iowa (Dean M. Thompson and E. Arthur Bettis III)
  • Emergency Archaeological Investigations at 13PK154 (The DeArmond/Barrier Dam Site), Saylorville Reservoir, Iowa (Nancy M. Osborn and David M. Gradwohl)
  • A Note on the Davenport Stone (John Carlson)
  • The Davenport Stone: A Hoax Unravelled (Marshall McKusick)
  • An Expanded Role for the Amateur Archaeologist in Historic Preservation in Iowa (Stan Riggle)
  • The Soil Conservation Service and the Iowa Conservation Commission: Two Tools in Iowa Archaeology (John Feeley and Barbara Feeley)
  • When on High: An Aerial Perspective of Effigy Mounds (R. Clark Mallam and James E. Mount)
JIAS Volume 26 (1979)
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Table of Contents:

  • Iowa Archaeology: A Social History 1867–1920 (Royce D. Kurtz)
  • A Cut of Perforated Human Mandible from the Quandahl Rockshelter, Winneshiek County, Iowa (R. Clark Mallam) [Photographs of human skeletal remains from this article have been redacted for sensitivity. If you require these images for research purposes, please contact the OSA Bioarchaeology Program Director.]
  • A Shell Fish Effigy from Allamakee County, Iowa (R. Clark Mallam)
  • Analysis of Avifauna from Five Sites in Northwest Iowa (Donna Hurt Scott)
  • Further Testing at the McKinney Oneota Village Site (13LA1) (Richard G. Slattery)
  • The Role of Environmental Review in Iowa Archaeology (Stan Riggle)
  • The Siouxland Sand and Gravel Site (13WD402): New Data and the Application of Iowa’s New State Law Protecting Ancient Cemeteries (Duane C. Anderson, Joseph A. Tiffany, Michael Fokken, and Patricia M. Williams)
JIAS Volume 25 (1978)
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Table of Contents:

  • F. L. Van Voorhis: His Contribution to the Archaeology of Northwestern Iowa (Duane C. Anderson and Joseph A. Tiffany)
  • The Mill Creek Pre-historic Indian Culture (F. L. Van Voorhis)
  • A Synonymy of Names for the Ioway Indians (Mildred Mott Wedel)
  • The Poison Ivy Site: A New Oneota Site in Southeastern Iowa (Lynn Marie Alex)
  • Poison Ivy Obsidian Source Identification (Derrick J. Marcucci, Fred W. Nelson, and Raymond V. Sidrys)
  • The Woodland Mounds and Their Cultural Significance (Barbara Lass)
JIAS Volume 24 (1977)
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Table of Contents:
  • The Young Site, Linn County, Iowa, and Comments on Woodland Ceramics (David W. Benn with Dean M. Thompson)
  • The Glenwood Local Sequence: A Re-examination (Larry J. Zimmerman)
  • Artifacts from the Sharp’s Site: A Sterns Creek Component in Southwestern Iowa (Joseph A. Tiffany)
  • The Soldow Site, 13HB1: An Archaic Component from North Central Iowa (Richard E. Flanders)

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