Articles, Alphabetical by Title

Volumes 1-42 (1951-1995) Indexed by K. Kris Hirst
Volumes 43-47 (1996-2000) Indexed by Heidi M. Thunhorst
 
A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z
 
 
 
 
Abstracts of Recent Reports. Hirst, 40:88-89. 
 
Abstracts of Recent Reports. Derrick J. Marcucci (editor) 1996, 41:153-160. 
 
Abstracts of Recent Reports. Derrick J. Marcucci (editor) 1996, 42:53-58. 
 
Abstracts of Recent Reports. Derrick J. Marcucci (editor) 1996, 43:161-168. 
 
Abstracts of Recent Reports. Lauri L. Chappell (editor) 1997, 44:160-173. 
 
Abstracts of Recent Reports. Lauri L. Chappell (editor) 1998, 45:89-91. 
 
Abstracts of Recent Reports. Lauri L. Chappell (editor) 1999, 46:59-61. 
 
Abstracts of Recent Reports. Lauri L. Chappell (editor) 2000, 47:73-77. 
 
Additional Paul Rowe Documents: An Update on the Paul Rowe Collection. Billeck, 42:44-51. 
 
Agriculture among the Mill Creek Indians. Lawver, 1(3):14-15. 
 
Amateur Archaeology in Fremont County, Iowa: The Wayne Polk Notebook. Dennis Miller 1996, 43:151-159. 
 
Analysis of Avifauna from Five Sites in Northwestern Iowa. Scott, 26:43-80. 
 
Analysis of Charcoal from the Cherokee Sewer Site (13CK405). Koeppen and Conrad, 21:145-146. 
 
Angelo Punctated: A Late Woodland Ceramic Type in Western Wisconsin. Robert F. Boszhardt 1996, 43:129-137. 
 
Appraisal of the Archaeological Resources of Cedar County, Iowa. Vincent, 10(1):4-19. 
 
An Archaic Site at Olin, Iowa. Ruppé, 3(4):12-15. 
 
Appendix: The Mapping of 13CK405 (Cherokee Sewer Site). Tandarich et al., 21:173-175. 
 
An Archaeological Field Manual. Soday, 9(1):20-43. 
 
An Archaeological Field Manual, Part II: Excavating an Archaeological Site. Soday, 9(2):13-35. 
 
Archaeological Investigations at the Brown Brothers Tile Factory, Washington County, Iowa. K. Kris Hirst 2000, 47:27-60. 
 
Archaeological Road Maps of Iowa: Studying Site Distributions Along Highway Corridors. Joe Alan Artz 1997, 44:129-138. 
 
Archaeological Survey of Paul Rowe Sites in Mills County, Iowa. Billeck, 39:66-90. 
 
Archaeological Surveys of Three Localities in Southern and Southeastern Iowa. Wheeler, 7 and 8:39-46. 
 
Archaeology as a Career. J. H. Rowe, 7 and 8:17-33. 
 
The Archaeology of the Saylorvillage Site (13PK165): A Late Woodland Manifestation on the Des Moines River. Osborn et al., 36:9-38. 
 
Archeological Chats. McKusick, 10(2):iii. 
 
Archeological Chats. McKusick, 10(3):ii. 
 
Archeological Chats. Ruppé, 3(2 and 3):1-4. 
 
Archeological Chats. Ruppé, 3(4):1-5. 
 
Archeological Chats. Ruppé, 4(1):1-3. 
 
Archeological Chats. Ruppé, 4(2):1. 
 
Archeological Chats. Ruppé, 4(3 and 4):1. 
 
Archeological Chats. Ruppé, 5:1. 
 
Archeological Chats. Ruppé, 6:1-2. 
 
Archeological Chats. Ruppé, 7 and 8:1. 
 
Archeological Chats. Ruppé, 9(1):2-4. 
 
Archeological Chats. Ruppé, 9(2)2-3. 
 
Archeological Chats. Ruppé, 9(3):2-4. 
 
Archeological Chats. Ruppé, 9(4):2-5. 
 
Archeological Chats. Ruppé, 10(1):2. 
 
Archeology and Holocene Landscape Evolution in the Missouri Drainage of Iowa. Thompson and Bettis, 27:1-60. 
 
Archeology at SUI. Ruppé, 9(1):9-11. 
 
Archeology at the Packwood Site (13PK46), Polk County, Iowa Part I, Technical Data. Joe B. Thompson, David W. Benn, Lowell Blikre, Sean Coughlin, and Patti Wright 1999, 46:9-30. 
 
Archeology at the Packwood Site (13PK46), Polk County, Iowa, Part II, Community Patterns. Joe B. Thompson and David W. Benn 1999, 46:31-58. 
 
Archeological Investigation of Spike Hollow Rock Shelter, Allamakee County, Iowa. Logan, 2(2 and 3):4-30. 
 
Archeology of the Rathbun Reservoir, Iowa. Brown, 14:1-36. 
 
The Archeology of Two Great Oasis Sites in the Perry Creek Valley, Northwest Iowa. Dale R. Henning 1996, 43:7-118. 
 
Artifacts from the Sharp's Site: A Sterns Creek Component in Southwestern Iowa. Tiffany, 24:84-124. 
 
Atlatl Weights from Mills County, Iowa. Kline, 9(2):9-12. 
 
 
 
 
Bibliography of Charles Reuben Keyes. Ennis, 1(2):14-16. 
 
Blackhawk Village Site (Da5) Dane County, Wisconsin. Baerreis, 2(4):5-20. 
 
The Blosser (13BN125) and Old Moser (13BN130) Sites. John Broihahn 1997, 44:7-83. 
 
The Blue Earth Phase of Southern Minnesota. Gibbon, 30:1-84. 
 
Bone Artifacts. Shutler, 21:93-96. 
 
Book Reviews. Billeck, 34:63-69. 
 
Book Reviews. Billeck, 35:77-85. 
 
Book Reviews. Billeck, 36:82-90. 
 
Book Reviews. Billeck, 37:93-98. 
 
Book Reviews. Billeck, 38:73-84. 
 
Book Reviews. Billeck, 40:91-100. 
 
Book Reviews. Billeck, 41:161-167. 
 
Book Reviews. Neverett, 42:59-61. 
 
Book Reviews. Vincent, 9(1):11-12. 
 
Book Reviews. Scholtz, 9(3):11-12. 
 
[Book] Reviews. Tiffany, 25:114-125. 
 
[Book] Reviews. Tiffany, 26:147-155. 
 
Book Reviews. Tiffany, 27:132-145. 
 
Book Reviews. Tiffany, 28:91-102. 
 
Book Reviews. Tiffany, 29:109-121. 
 
Book Reviews. Tiffany, 30:133-139. 
 
Book Review. Tiffany, 31:191-192. 
 
Book Reviews. Tiffany, 32:103-107. 
 
Book Reviews. Tiffany, 33:83-93. 
 
Book Reviews. Margot Neverett (editor) 1996, 43:169-176. 
 
Book Reviews. K. Kris Hirst (editor) 1998, 45:93-94. 
 
Book Reviews. Joe B. Thompson and Colleen E. Vaughn (editors) 1999, 46:62-65. 
 
Book Reviews. Michael A. "Smoke" Pfieffer and Joe B. Thompson (editors) 2000, 47:78. 
 
The Brainerd Site (47WN289): An Oneota Burial Site in Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Richard P. Mason and Carol L. Mason 1998, 45:1-17. 
 
The Brassica Bench Site (13PK251): Its Archaeology and Ecology. Thies, 36:39-65. 
 
The Brewster Site (13CK15): Lithic Analysis. D. C. Anderson, 20:1-74. 
 
A Brief Evaluation of the Carroll Rock Shelter, Dubuque County, Iowa. James M. Collins, Richard W. Slaughter, David L. Asch, K. Kris Hirst, and John L. Cordell 1997, 44:84-101. 
 
 
 
 
Cartoon. Schröder, 9(1):5. 
 
Cartoon. Schröder. 9(3):10. 
 
Cemetery Symbolism of Prairie Pioneers: Gravestone Art and Social Change in Story County, Iowa. Nutty, 31:1-135. 
 
Ceramics from the Phipps Site (13CK21): A Mill Creek Culture Site in Northwest Iowa. Joseph A. Tiffany and Kimberly J. Adams 1998, 45:19-47. 
 
Ceramics from the Sand Lake Archaeological District, Wisconsin. Robert F. Boszhardt 1997, 44:139-159. 
 
Charles Reuben Keyes. Ennis, 1(1):14-16. 
 
Cherokee Sewer Site (13CK405): Lithic Analysis. D. C. Anderson, 21:57-92. 
 
The Cherokee Sewer Site (13CK405): A Preliminary Report of a Stratified Paleo-Indian/Archaic Site in Northwestern Iowa. Shutler and Anderson, 21:1-175. 
 
The Christenson Oneota Site, 13PK407. Benn, 38:16-55. 
 
The Clarkson Site (13WA2): An Oneota Manifestation in the Central Des Moines River Valley. Osborn, 29:1-108. 
 
Climatic Change and the Mill Creek Culture of Iowa, Part I. Henning (editor), Baerreis & Bryson (original editors), 15:1-192. 
 
Climatic Change and the Mill Creek Culture of Iowa, Part II. Henning (editor), Baerreis & Bryson (original editors), 16:192-358. 
 
Comments on "The Archeology of Two Great Oasis Sites in the Perry Creek Valley, Northwest Iowa." Joseph A. Tiffany, Lynn M. Alex, and Mark L. Anderson 1998, 45:95-99. 
 
Comprehensive Index of the Journal of the Iowa Archeological Society, Volumes 1-42; 1951-1995. Hirst, 42:62-80. 
 
Contributions of Elmer E. Blackman and Robert F. Gilder to Central Plains Archaeology. Masters, 41:153-160. 
 
The Coppers Creek Site: A Late Woodland Occupation on the Des Moines River. Hudson, 38:56-61. 
 
Corner-Tang Artifacts in the Paul Rowe Collection. Billeck, 41:140-144. 
 
The Cribb's Crib Site (13WA105): The Archaeology and Ecology of an Oneota Village in the Central Des Moines Valley. De Vore, 37:46-87. 
 
The Crocker Site. Beals, 9(3):18-19. 
 
The Cultural Horizons. Shutler and Anderson, 21:51-56. 
 
Cumulative Indices, Journal of the Iowa Archeological Society, Volumes 1-28 (1951-1981), and Newsletter of the Iowa Archeological Society, Numbers 63-104 (1972-1982). Behrman, 30:85-132. 
 
A Cut and Perforated Human Mandible from the Quandahl Rockshelter, Winneshiek County, Iowa. Mallam, 26:30-38. 
 
 
 
 
The Davenport Stone: A Hoax Unraveled. McKusick, 27:98-102. 
 
Detection of Archeological Sites from the Air. Tidrick and Kent, 3(2 and 3):5-15. 
 
The Diet of the Prehistoric Indians of Northeast Iowa. Field, 1(2):8-13. 
 
Documenting Archaeological Sites in the Charles R. Keyes Collection. Tiffany et al., 37:88-92. 
 
Documenting Southwestern Iowa Prehistory through the Paul Rowe Collection. Green et al., 39:1-14. 
 
Drained Lakes and Small Sites: Rock Creek Lake. Whittaker and Kamp, 32:91-102. 
 
 
 
 
Early Horizons of Mills County, Iowa. P. R. Rowe, 1(3):6-15. 
 
Early Horizons in Mills County, Iowa. Part II, Pre-Pottery Sites. P. R. Rowe, 2(1):3-10. 
 
An Early Woodland Period Manifestation in the Prairie Peninsula. Klippel, 19:1-91. 
 
Editor's Note. Henning, 15:-i 
 
Editor's Note. Henning, 16:i 
 
Editor's Note. Henning, 17:-i 
 
Editor's Note. Henning, 18:-i 
 
Editor's Note. Henning, 19:-i 
 
Editor's Note. Henning, 20:-i 
 
Editor's Note. McKusick, 11(2):2 
 
Editor's Note. McKusick, 11(3):2 
 
Editor's Note. McKusick, 11(4):2 
 
Editor's Note. McKusick, 12(1):2 
 
Editor's Note. McKusick, 12(2):2 
 
Editor's Note. McKusick, 12(3 and 4):2 
 
The Effigy Complex of the Nebraska Phase and the Problem of Nebraska Phase-Mississippian Relationships. McNerney, 34:22-50. 
 
The 1804 "Old Ioway Village" of Lewis and Clark. Wedel, 35:70-71. 
 
Ellison Orr--1857-1951. Field, 1(1):11-13. 
 
Emergency Archaeological Investigations at 13PK154 (the DeArmond/Barrier Dam Site), Saylorville Reservoir, Iowa. Osborn and Gradwohl, 27:61-96. 
 
Errata, Volume 41. Boszhardt and Weitzel, 42:52. 
 
Errata, Volume 44. Robert F. Boszhardt 1998, 45:87. 
 
Errata, Volumes 36 and 37. Anonymous, 38:84. 
 
Ethnohistory: Its Payoffs and Pitfalls for Iowa Archeologists. Wedel, 23:1-44. 
 
Excavation Reports by Paul Rowe: 13ML272, 13ML297, 13ML299, and 13ML396. Billeck and P. R. Rowe, 39:91-98. 
 
Excavation Safety Plan for the Iowa Office of the State Archaeologist. Merry and Hedden, 42:5-7. 
 
Excavations at the Chally-Turbenson Site (21FL-71): A Multicomponent Chert Quarry Site and Workshop Complex in Southeastern Minnesota. Charles R. Moffat, R. Patrick Stewart, and Dean G. Wilder 1998, 45:49-86. 
 
Excavations of the South Lawn Area, Terrace Hill. Henning, 35:31-39. 
 
An Expanded Role for the Amateur Archaeologist in Historic Preservation in Iowa. Riggle, 27:102-107. 
 
 
 
 
The Failure of State and Federal Legislation to Protect Archaeological Resources. G. A. Agogino and S. Sachs, 7 and 8:9-16. 
 
Final Investigation of Mound 33, Effigy Mounds National Monument, Iowa. Logan, 18:29-45. 
 
First Annual Report of the State Archeologist, 1960-1961, to the State Board of Regents. McKusick, 10(4):9-14. 
 
Floral Analysis of Sites 47-Gt-365 and 47-Gt-366, Grant County, Wisconsin. Zalucha, 32:75-89. 
 
F. L. Van Voorhis: His Contribution to the Archaeology of Northwestern Iowa. D. C. Anderson and Tiffany, 25:1-7. 
 
The Flynn Cemetery: An Orr Focus Oneota Burial Site in Allamakee County. Bray, 10(4):15-25. 
 
A Fox Village Site. Fugle, 4(1):4-16. 
 
Frontier Lead Mining in the Upper Mississippi Valley. L. R. Abbott, 35:1-15. 
 
Functional Variation at Two Short-Term Multicomponent Sites in Black Hawk County, Iowa. Billeck, 34:7-21. 
 
Further Notes on the Glenwood Culture: The Stille Site. Davis and P. R. Rowe, 9(3):13-17. 
 
Further Testing at the McKinney Oneota Village Site (13LA1). Slattery, 26:81-94. 
 
 
 
 
The Geology and Paleopedology of the Cherokee Sewer Site. Hallberg et al., 21:17-50. 
 
Glenwood Ceramics. Ives, 4(3 and 4):2-32. 
 
The Glenwood Local Sequence: A Re-Examination. Zimmerman, 24:61-83. 
 
Glenwood Sequence: A Local Sequence for a Series of Archaeological Manifestations in Mills County, Iowa. A. D. Anderson, 10(3):1-101. 
 
The Great Gunflint Debate. Hirst, 38:62-65. 
 
Great Oasis and Emergent Mississippian: The Question of Trade. Henning, 38:1-4. 
 
Great Oasis Ceramics: Communication by Design. Edwards, 40:20-49. 
 
Guidelines for Geomorphological Investigations in Support of Archaeological Investigations in Iowa. Association of Iowa Archaeologists, 40:1-19. 
 
The Gundersen Site: An Oneota Village and Cemetery in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Arzigian et al., 41:3-75. 
 
 
 
 
High Resolution Simulation of Iowa Holocene Climates. R. A. Bryson and R. U. Bryson 1997, 44:121-128. 
 
Historic Sauk Indian Art and Technology. McKusick, 12(1):3-22. 
 
Historic Shipwrecks of Iowa. Bowers et al., 37:4-39. 
 
Historical Archaeology at Plum Grove. Charlton et al., 35:40-69. 
 
Historical Archaeology at the Kendallville Flouring Mill. Merry, 36:66-81. 
 
Human Skeletal Remains from the Poor Man's Farrah (47-Gt-366) and the Bade (47-Gt-365) Sites in Southwestern Wisconsin. Riggs, 32:37-73. 
 
Human Skeletal Remains from the Rowe Collection, Mills County, Iowa. Lillie, 39:99-105. 
 
 
 
 
Identification and Interpretation of American Bison Remains from the Cherokee Sewer Site. Butler, 21:97-116. 
 
Identifying Iowa Projectile Points. McKusick, 12(3 and 4):3-36. 
 
Indian Mounds of Northeast Iowa as Soil Genesis Benchmarks. Parsons, 12(2):3-70. 
 
Introduction. Logan, 18:1. 
 
Introduction. Shutler and Anderson, 21:1-16. 
 
The Investigation of the Landscaping at Terrace Hill through Historical Archaeology. McKay, 35:16-30. 
 
Iowa Archeology. Ruppé, 5:2-32. (Reprint from Iowan Magazine) 
 
Iowa Archaeology: A Social History 1867-1920. Kurtz, 26:1-28. 
 
The Ioway and the Landscape of Southeast Iowa. Lance Foster 1996, 43:1-6. 
 
The Ioway, Oto, and Omaha Indians in 1700. Wedel, 28:1-15. 
 
 
 
 
 
A Key to the Identification of Chipped-Stone Raw Materials found on Archaeological Sites in Iowa. Morrow, 41:108-129. 
 
The Keystone Site (13JK23): A Multicomponent Rockshelter in Jackson County, Iowa. D. C. Anderson, 34:1-6. 
 
The Kingston Site: A Hopewell Mound Group in Southeastern Iowa. Scholtz, 10(1):20-35. 
 
 
 
 
The Last Winnebago Indian in Northeast Iowa. Carman, 35:72-76. 
 
Late Woodland Ceramics in Southeastern Iowa: A Perspective from the Lower Skunk Valley. Perry, 34:57-62. 
 
Late Woodland Knobbed Pipes: An Association With Maize? William Green 1999, 46:1-8. 
 
Late Woodland Sites in Southwestern Grant County, Wisconsin. Penman, 32:1-36. 
 
List of Members. Ruppé, 9(4):8-11. 
 
Literature on the North American Indian-A Selected Bibliography. C. B. Ruppé, 6:3-32. 
 
Lithic Reduction at 13HA365, a Middle Woodland Occupation in Hardin County. Michael J. Shott 1997, 44:109-120. 
 
Lithic Technology and Temporal Variation at a Chert Workshop in Central Iowa. Collins, 42:8-20. 
 
 
 
 
The Map, of the Map, of the Map, of the Map: Tracking the Blood Run Archaeological Site. Lueck et al., 
42:21-43. 
 
The McKinney Village Site: An Oneota Site in Southeastern Iowa. Slattery et al., 22:35-61. 
 
Meaning of "Archaic" and Possible Relationships. Frankforter, 10(4):26-31. 
 
A Memorial Bibliography of Charles R. Keyes and Ellison J. Orr. Tandarich and Horton, 23:45-143. 
 
Message from the Editor. Logan, 1(2):1-2. 
 
Message from the Editor. Logan, 2(2 and 3):1-3. 
 
Message from the Editor. Logan, 3(1):1-2. 
 
Message from the President. Field, 2(1):1-2. 
 
Message from the President of the Society. Kennedy, 1(1):1-2. 
 
Message from the President. Kennedy, 1(3):1-2. 
 
Microvertebrates from the Cherokee Sewer Site. Semken, 21:117-130. 
 
Mill Creek Culture and Technology. Fugle, 11(4):3-126. 
 
Mill Creek Pottery. Ives, 11(3):3-59. 
 
The Mill Creek Pre-historic Indian Culture. Van Voorhis, 25:8-48. 
 
Molluscan Remains from 13CK405. Baerreis, 21:131-144. 
 
The Mound Builders: An American Myth. Mallam, 23:145-175. 
 
 
 
 
News and Notes from Members. Ruppé, 9(2):4-8. 
 
News and Notes from Members. Ruppé, 9(3):5-9. 
 
Nineteenth Century Soft-Mud Brick Kilns: Two Examples from Lost Creek Valley, Mahaska County, Iowa. Michelle M. Terrell 2000, 47:7-25. 
 
Nineteenth Century Mills and Milling Industries in Story County, Iowa. Ballard, 31:137-190. 
 
The Northern Margin of the Prairie Peninsula. Johnson, 18:13-22. 
 
A Note on the Davenport Stone. Carlson, 27:97. 
 
Notes and News from Members. Ruppé, 9(1):7-9. 
 
Notes on a Mill Creek Site in Buena Vista County, Iowa. Lawver, 1(2):3-7. 
 
 
 
 
Occupational Safety and Health Administration Regulations on Excavation Safety. Mickle, 42:1-4. 
 
The Old Red Rock Indian Line Sycamore Tree. Rogers, 40:63-72. 
 
On the Manufacture of Pemmican. Ives, 7 and 8:34-38. 
 
Oneota Ceramic Repair and Reuse. Colin M. Betts 2000, 47:1-6. 
 
Oneota Ceramics in Iowa. Henning, 11(2):3-64. 
 
Origins of Mill Creek. Henning, 18:6-12. 
 
An Overview of the Middle Missouri Tradition. Lehmer, 18:2-4. 
 
 
 
 
Past Iowa Archeological Research and Future Research Trends. Logan, 1(1):3-10. 
 
The Path and Problem of Site Recording Errors: An Iowa Example. Collins, 37:40-45. 
 
The Paul Sagers Archaeological Collection. Cordell et al. 38:5-10. 
 
Peering at the Ioway Indians through the Mist of Time: 1650-circa 1700. Wedel, 33:1-74. 
 
Pioneer Woman in Iowa Archaeology and Prairie-Plains Ethnohistory: Mildred Mott Wedel. David M. Gradwohl 1997, 44:1-6. 
 
Plans for an Archaeological Program at the State University of Iowa. Stout, 3(1):8-12. 
 
The Poison Ivy Site: A New Oneota Site in Southeastern Iowa. L. M. Alex 25:78-99. 
 
A Possible Onamia Winter Base Camp with Great Oasis Trade Pottery, Hennepin County, Minnesota. Timothy E. Roberts 1997, 44:102-108. 
 
A Possible Oneota Burial Found Near Sioux City, Iowa. Bass and Berneking, 13:17-23. 
 
A Possible Oneota Freshwater Mussel Cache Intended for Ceramic Tempering Material. Theler, 37:1-3. 
 
Pottery Types of the Glenwood Foci. A. D. and B. Anderson, 9(4):12-39. 
 
The Prairie Peninsula and its Relationships to Riverine Settlements of the Middle Missouri. Johnston, 18:1-28. 
 
A Pre-Ceramic Site in Western Iowa. Frankforter, 7 and 8:47-72. 
 
Preliminary Notes on an Archeological Project in Northeastern Iowa. Beaubien, 1(3):3-5. 
 
The Present Status of Iowa Archeology. Ruppeé, 3 (2 and 3):16-24. 
 
The Preservation of Cultural Stratigraphy in Loess-Mantled Terrains of Iowa. Artz, 40:50-62. 
 
Protohistoric Oneota Material from the Clear Lake Site, Illinois. Esarey, 33:75-82. 
 
 
 
 
 
A Randolph Phase Winter Camp in the White Breast Creek Valley. Roper, 41:76-107. 
 
A Reanalysis of Mill Creek Midden Formation. Richard L. Fishel 1996, 43:119-127. 
 
Re-Articulated Burials from the Upper Iowa River Valley. Henning and Peterson, 13:1-16. 
 
Recent Pre-Ceramic Archaeological Developments in Western Iowa. Frankforter and Agogino, 9(1):13-19. 
 
Rediscovering Glenwood Earthlodges: The McDowell "Digs," 1938-1947. Crismon and Green, 39:15-65. 
 
A Re-examination of Mill Creek Ceramics: The Robinson Technique. Flanders, 10(2):1-34. 
 
Relationship of Paleontology and Archaeology. Frankforter, 2(1):11-16. 
 
A Report of the Archeological Investigations, Pipestone National Monument 1965 and 1966. Sigstad, 17:1-45 
 
Response to "Comments." Dale R. Henning 1998, 45:101-107. 
 
Response to the Geomorphological Guidelines. Zimmerman et al., 41:1-2. 
 
Results of an Intensive Surface Survey at the Wenke Site (13VB402), Van Buren County, Iowa. Miller, 34:52-57. 
 
The Role of Environmental Review in Iowa Archaeology. Riggle, 26:95-118. 
 
 
 
 
Seed Analysis of the Meehan-Schell Site (13BN110), a Great Oasis Site in Central Iowa. Mead, 28:15-90. 
 
Seeds from the Cherokee Sewer Site (13CK405). Tiffany, 21:147-154. 
 
A Serrated Point from the Ozarks. Tong, 2(2 and 3):31-32. 
 
A Shell Fish Effigy from Allamakee County, Iowa. Mallam, 26:39-42. 
 
The Siouxland Sand and Gravel site (13WD402): New Data and the Application of Iowa's New State Law Protecting Ancient Cemeteries. D. C. Anderson et al., 26:119-146. 
 
Small-Scale, Soft-Mud Brickmaking Facilities in the Mid-Nineteenth Century: An Archaeological Example from Iowa. Finney and Snow, 38:66-72. 
 
Society Business. Ruppé, 9(1)6-7. 
 
Society Business. Ruppé, 9(4):6-7. 
 
Society Business. Ruppé, 10(1):3. 
 
The Soil Conservation Service and the Iowa Conservation Commission: Two Tools in Iowa Archaeology. Feeley and Feeley, 27:108-111. 
 
The Soldow Site, 13HB1: An Archaic Component from North Central Iowa. Flanders, 24:125-147. 
 
Sources for Winnebago History in Northeastern Iowa. Merry and Green, 36:1-8. 
 
Stone Artifacts from the Glenwood Area-A Report on Dig 7, A House-Site. A. D. Anderson, 4(2):2-16. 
 
Stone Tools from the University Museum Collection. Flanders, 7 and 8:2-8. 
 
Summary and Conclusions. D. C. Anderson and Shutler, 21:155-172. 
 
Summary of Discussion and Appended Remarks. Baerreis, 18:22-28. 
 
Summary Report of Archaeological Investigations of Sullivan Rock Shelter, East Central Iowa. Cassidy, 3(4):6-11. 
 
The Surface Collector. Nero, 2(4):1-4. 
 
A Synonymy of Names for the Ioway Indians. Wedel, 25:49-77. 
 
A Systems Analysis of Artifact Processing at the Office of the State Archaeologist. Oliver et al., 40:73-81. 
 
 
 
 
Table of Contents and Index, Journal of the Iowa Archeological Society, 1951-1961. Anonymous, 10(4):1-8. 
 
Theodore Hayes Lewis: The Northwestern Archaeological Survey in Iowa. Haury, 40:82-87. 
 
Triangular Projectile Point Stages of Manufacture at the Late Woodland Sweeting Site, 13WS61. Billeck, 38:11-15. 
 
The Trinomial Site Numbering System. Frankforter, 3(1):3-7. 
 
Two Projectile Points from Allamakee County. Logan, 3(1):13-15. 
 
Two Recently Identified Late Archaic Sites in Western Iowa. John G. Hedden 1996, 43:139-143. 
 
 
 
 
Understanding Iowa's Cultural Heritage: Iowa Archaeology Week 1995. William Green and Timothy S. Weitzel (1996), 43:145-150. 
 
The Upper Mississippi Valley Borderlands: The Historic Context for Early Contact Period Sites in Iowa. Robert C. Vogel (2000), 47:61-72. 
 
 
 
 
 
Weaver Ceramics from the Gast Farm Site (13LA12), Southeastern Iowa. Weitzel and Green, 41:130-139. 
 
The Westwood Site: A Middle Woodland Burial Mound. Ruppé, 9(3):20-23. 
 
When on High: An Aerial Perspective of Effigy Mounds. Mallam and Mount, 27:121-131. 
 
The Williams Site (13PM50): A Great Oasis Component in Northwest Iowa. Williams, 22:1-34. 
 
A Woodland Mound Complex in Webster County, Iowa. Flanders and Hansman, 11(1):1-12. 
 
The Woodland Mounds and Their Cultural Significance. Lass, 25:100-113. 
 
 
 
 
 
The Young Site, Linn County, Iowa, and Comments on Woodland Ceramics. Benn and Thompson, 24:1-61.