Content Index, by Subject Matter

Volumes 1-42
1951-1995
 
 
 
K. Kris Hirst
Office of the State Archaeologist
The University of Iowa
 
 
 
Cultural Groups and Temporal Periods
 

PaleoIndian 

 
1(3):6-13; 3(1):13-15; 5:1-10; 21:1-175. 
 

Archaic 

 
2(1):3-10; 3(4):12-15; 5:1-10; 7 and 8:2-8; 7 and 8:47-72; 9(1):13-19; 9(2):9-12; 21:1-175; 24:125-147; 42:8-20. 
 

Woodland 

 
1(3):3-5; 2(2 and 3):4-30; 3(4):6-11; 5:11-18; 11(1):3-12; 42:8-20. 
 
  • Early Woodland. 19:1-91; 40:50-62. 
 
  • Middle Woodland. 2(4):5-20; 3(1):13-15; 9(3):20-23; 10(1):20-35; 24:1-61; 41:76-107. 
 
  • Late Woodland. 24:1-61; 32:1-36; 32:37-73; 32:75-89; 34:51-56; 34:57-62; 36:9-38; 38:11-15; 38:56-61; 40:50-62; 41:130-139. 
 
  • Sterns Creek. 24:83-124. 
 
 
 

Late Prehistoric 

 
5:19-26. 
 
  • Glenwood/Nebraska Phase. 4(2):2-16; 4(3 and 4):2-32; 9(3):13-17; 9(4):12-39; 10(3):1-101; 24:61-83; 34:22-50; 39:15-65; 39:91-98; 42:44-51. 
 
  • Great Oasis. 21:1-34; 26:45-79; 26:119-145; 28:13-90; 38:1-4; 40:20-49. 
 
  • Mill Creek. 1(2):3-7; 1(3):14-15; 9(3):18-19; 10(2):1-34; 11(3):1-59; 11(4):1-126; 15:1-191; 16:192-358; 18:1-29; 20:1-74; 26:45-79; 26:119-145; 38:1-4. 
 
  • Mississippian. 2(2 and 3):31-32. 
 
  • Oneota. 1(2):8-13; 2(2 and 3):4-30; 10(1):20-35; 10(4):15-31; 11(2):1-64; 13:1-16; 13:17-23; 21:35-61; 25:78-90; 25:91-99; 26:81-94; 29:1-108; 30:1-84; 33:75-82; 37:1-3; 37:46-87; 38:16-55; 41:3-75; 42:21-43. 
 
 
 

Proto-Historic 

 
5:27-32. 
 

Historic 

 
4(1):4-15; 5:27-32; 6:3-32; 12(1):1-22; 28:1-14; 35:1-15; 40:63-72.
 
  • Euro-American.

31:1-135; 

31:137-190;

35:16-30;

35:1-15;

35:31-39;

35:40-71;

36:1-8;

36:66-81;

37:4-39;

38:66-72. 

 
  • Ioway.

25:49-77;

28:1-14;

33:1-74. 

 
  • Winnebago.

35:72-76;

36:1-8. 

 
 
 
Methodology and Theory
 

History of Iowa Archeology and the JIAS 

See Archeological Chats, Society Business, and News and Notes of the Members
1(1):3-9;
1(3):1-2; 
3(1):8-12;
3(2 and 3):16-24;
3(4):1-5;
9(4):2-5;
10(1):2;
10(4):9-13;
23:145-175;
26:1-28;
27:97; 
27:98-102. 
 

Pioneers in Iowa Archeology 

1(1):11-13; 1(1):14-16; 1(2):14-16; 23:45-144; 25:1-7; 25:8-48; 38:5-10.
 
  • Blackman, Elmer E. 41:145-152. 
 
  • Champe, John. 42:44-51. 
 
  • Gilder, Robert F. 41:145-152. 
 
  • Henning, D. 42:21-43. 
 
  • Lewis, Theodore Hayes. 40:82-87; 42:21-43.
 
  • McDowell, Frances. 39:15-65.
 
  • Orr, Ellison. 42:21-43; 42:44-51. 
 
  • Pettigrew, F. W. 42:21-43. 
 
  • Rowe, Paul R. 39:1-14; 39:15-65; 39:66-90; 39:91-98; 42:44-51.
 
  • Starr, F. 42:21-43.
 

Method and Theory of the Discipline 

2(1):11-16; 3(1):3-7; 7 and 8:17-33; 7 and 8:34-38; 12(3 and 4):1-36; 23:1-44; 26:45-79; 27:103-106; 27:106-111; 37:40-45; 37:88-92; 39:1-14; 39:66-90; 40:73-81; 42:21-43.
 
  • Abstracts of Recent Reports. 40:88-90; 41:153-160; 42:53-58. 
 
  • Aerial Photography. 3(2 and 3):5-15; 27:112-131. 
 
  • Artifact Studies. 26:31-36; 26:39-41; 38:62-65; 41:108-129; 41:140-144. 
 
  • Botanical Studies. 28:13-90; 32:75-89. 
 
  • Field Methods. 9(1):20-43; 9(2):13-35; 42:1-4; 42:5-7. 
 
  • Geomorphology and Pedogenesis. 12(2):1-70; 27:1-60; 40:1-19; 41:1-3. 
 
  • Indexes. 10(4):1-8; 30:85-132; 42:63-80. 
 
  • Surface Collecting. 2(4):1-4; 9(1):20-43. 
 
 
 

Legislation 

 
7 and 8:9-16; 10(4):14; 26:95-118; 26:119-146. 
 

Mortuary Studies 

 
13:1-16; 13:17-23; 26:119-145; 31:1-135; 32:37-73; 39:99-105. 
 

Regional Studies and Multicomponent Sites 

 
3(2 and 3):16-24; 7 and 8:39-46; 10(1):4-19; 14:1-36; 17:1-51; 27:61-96; 32:91-102; 34:1-6; 34:7-21; 36:39-65; 39:99-105.