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Professional Archaeological Publications

Since 1984 the Heritage Council has published selected papers presented at its yearly statewide archaeological conference.  These papers cover a broad range of topics relating to Kentucky archaeology.  Occasionally the Heritage Council also publishes site-specific monographs.  For more information concerning current or pending publications, please contact Yvonne Sherrick, Site Protection program assistant, 502-564-7005, ext. 112.

Paleoindian and Archaic Research in Kentucky

Edited by Charles Hockensmith, David Pollack and Thomas Sanders

This publication includes 11 papers presented at the 3rd Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeology Conference in 1986 in Louisville.  The conference provided a forum for current research dealing with the Paleoindian and Archaic Periods in the state.  A wide variety of topics were covered including chronology, lithic analyses, settlement patterns, ritual behavior, subsistence and other issues.  Among the highlights of this publication is a statewide overview of the Archaic Period by Richard W. Jefferies, which provides a well-needed context for studies dealing with this period of Kentucky's past.

282 pages, 90 figures; soft cover; $16

New Deal-Era Archaeology and Current Research in Kentucky

Edited by David Pollack and Mary Lucas Powell

The 5th Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeology Conference took place March 4-6, 1988 in Lexington.  Co-sponsored with the University of Kentucky Museum of Anthropology, the conference featured 19 papers, 11 of which are included in this volume.  The focus of the conference was New Deal-era archaeology in Kentucky, and the first seven articles in this volume deal with historical aspects of this era and re-analyses of materials from New Deal excavations.  The final four papers deal with current research projects unrelated to the New Deal-era, but of timely interest to archaeologists working in Kentucky and the eastern United States.

190 pages, 60 figures; soft cover; $16

Chambers (15ML109): An Upland Mississippian Village in Western Kentucky

By David Pollack and Jimmy A. Railey

This report presents the results of investigations within portions of a six ha Mississippian village site in Marshall County.  The ceramic assemblage and 16 radiocarbon dates indicate that the site was occupied ca. A.D. 1250-1350.  The results of this study have helped refine Mississippian chronology in the Lower Tennessee-Cumberland region, and this report includes revealing information on Mississippian subsistence patterns, intrasite activities, midden soils chemistry and environmental variability among Mississippian settlements.

109 pages, 29 figures; soft cover; $16

Studies in Kentucky Archaeology

Edited by Charles D. Hockensmith

The 6th Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeology Conference took place February 25-26, 1989 in Highland Heights and was co-sponsored by Northern Kentucky University.  Papers published in this volume range from the Archaic period to the historic period and include topics such as Prehistoric Upland Farming Along the Cumberland PlateauThe Green River Archaeological Study; Guthrie Beach Archaeology: Archaic and Woodland Settlement Variability on Floodplain and Upland in Jefferson County, Kentucky; Kentucky Adena Mounds in Retrospect: New Insights from Old Collections; The Conley-Greene Rockshelter (15EL4): An Early Woodland Occupation in the Cumberland Plateau of Northeastern KentuckyEarly Pottery in the Lower Tennessee-Cumberland Region: An Examination of the Ceramics from the Lawrence Site, Trigg County, Kentucky; On the Analytical Utility of Disturbed Deposits: Moundfill and Backfill at Wickliffe Mounds; The Evans Rockshelter: An Early Mississippian Camp in Butler County, Kentucky; The Accounts and Recordings of Aboriginal Petroglyphs and Pictographs Occurring Within the Boundaries of the Commonwealth of Kentucky; Current Field Strategies and Hypothesis Testing: The Fort Jefferson Project Continues; Stingy Ridge: A Study of 20th Century Rural Kentucky Farm Organization; and The Onionville Mine Complex.

243 pages, soft cover, $16

The Human Landscape in Kentucky's Past: Site Structure and Settlement Patterns

Edited by Charles Stout and Christine K. Hensley

On February 24-25, 1990, the 7th Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeology Conference took place in Louisville, co-sponsored by the University of Louisville.  Conference papers in this volume include discussions on site structure and settlement pattern studies from the Historic, Mississippian, Woodland, Adena and Archaic periods.  The role of paleoenvironmental research in settlement pattern studies is also discussed.

138 pages, soft cover, $15  OUT OF PRINT NO LONGER AVAILABLE

The Archaeology of Kentucky: Past Accomplishments and Future Directions UPDATE

Edited by David Pollack

With this publication, the Kentucky Heritage Council presents the basis for the archaeological component of our state historic preservation plan.  This report is organized in three parts: Prehistoric Archaeology, Historical Archaeology and Management of Archaeological Resources.  Part One (Chapters 2-7) begins with a chapter that characterizes the level of previous prehistoric archaeological research in Kentucky.  Subsequent chapters summarize what is known about the Paleoindian, Archaic, Woodland, Mississippi and Fort Ancient periods.  Part Two (Chapters 8-9) presents an overview of historical archaeological research in Kentucky.  Chapter 8 presents a review of previous historical archaeological research conducted in the state, while Chapter 9 outlines the state's cultural history.  The final section, Part Three (Chapter 10-12) deals with the management of archaeological resources.  Chapter 10 includes a summary of the federal Section 106 consultation process as well as a discussion of National Register of Historic Places eligibility requirements and guidelines for preparing documentation/data recovery plans.  Chapter 11 outlines stronger protection and preservation measures, while Chapter 12 discusses a variety of educational options available to archaeologists.

Two volumes: 788 pages, 59 figures; soft cover; $60

Current Archaeological Research in Kentucky

Volume One
Out of Print

Volume Two
Edited by David Pollack and A. Gwynn Henderson

The 8th Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeology Conference took place in Bowling Green March 2-3, 1991 and was co-sponsored by Western Kentucky University. Papers published in this volume report on research conducted on subjects relating to Archaic, Woodland, Mississippian, Fort Ancient, and Historic site archaeology and include Shell Mounds as Burial Mounds: A Revision of the Shell Mound Archaic by Cheryl Claassen; The Grayson Site: Late Archaic and Late Woodland Occupations in the Little Sandy Drainage by R. Jerald Ledbetter and Lisa D. O'Steen; Archaeological Investigation of the Kay Shelter in Breathitt County, Kentucky by Kurt H. Fiegel, Betty J. McGraw, and James L. Hixon; Falls Plain: A Middle Woodland Ceramic Type from the Falls of the Ohio River Region by Stephen T. Mocas; The Rogers Site Complex in Boone County, Kentucky by Jeannine Kreinbrink; The Yankeetown Occupation at the Foster Site in Daviess County, Kentucky by Tom Sussenbach; Chronological and Spatial Perspectives on Ceramic Vessel Form at Wickliffe Mounds (15BA4) by Kit W. Wesler; Is the Stone Site Protohistoric? by Kenneth C. Carstens; Carpenter Farm: A Middle Fort Ancient Community in Franklin County, Kentucky by David Pollack and Charles D. Hockensmith; The Florence Site Complex: Two Fourteenth Century Fort Ancient Communities in Harrison County, Kentucky by William E. Sharp and David Pollack; Capitol View: A Early Madisonville Horizon Settlement in Franklin County, Kentucky by A. Gwynn Henderson; and Archaeological Contexts and Associations: The Lextran Archaeobotanical Collection by Jack Rossen.

276 pages, soft cover, $15  OUT OF PRINT  NO LONGER IN STOCK

Volume Three
Edited by edited John F. Doershuk, Christopher A. Bergman, and David Pollack

The 11th Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeology Conference took place in Heighland Heights on February 25-27, 1994 and was co-sponsored by Northern Kentucky University. Papers published in this volume report on research conducted on subjects relating to Paleoindian, Archaic, Woodland, Mississippian, and Historic site archaeology and include Early Paleoindians and Eastern U.S. Rockshelters: Findings and Implications of Test Excavations at Wolfe Shelter (15Cu21) by Leon Lane, Dennis Stanford, Tom Dillehay, C. Vance Haynes, Carl Shields, and Michael French; Analysis of the Human Skeletal Remains from the Railway Museum Site (15Jf630) by Nancy A. Ross-Stallings; Botanical Contents of Paleofeces from Two Eastern Kentucky Rockshelters by Kristen J. Gremillion; Kramer Points and Fayette Thick Ceramics at the West Runway Site (15Be391), Boone County, Kentucky by Ken Duerksen, John F. Doershuk, Christopher A. Bergman and Terry W. Tune; Kramer Projectile Points and Early Woodland Activity at the West Runway Site (15Be391), Boone County, Kentucky by Scott Wall, Keith A. Russell, Gary Perkins, Donald A. Miller, Larry R. Kimball, Mark Jacobs, Ken Duerksen, John F. Doershuk, Richard Adams and Christopher A. Bergman; The Sara Site (15Jf187): an Early Late Woodland Site in the Falls of the Ohio River Region by Stephen T. Mocas; Excavation of a Prehistoric Feature at Big Bone Lick, Boone County, Kentucky by Donald A. Miller and Ken Duerksen; Mississippian Secondary Centers Along the Lower Ohio River Valley: An Overview of Some Sociopolitical Implications by Paul P. Kreisa; Mound C and the Mississippian Decline: A View of Culture Preserved in Wickliffe's Mortality Data by Hugh B. Matternes; An Analysis of Mississippian Faunal Exploitation Patterns at Wickliffe Mounds by Paul P. Kreisa and Jacqueline M. McDowell; Preliminary Assessment of Mississippian Settlement at the Croley-Evans Site (15Kx24), Knox County, Kentucky by Richard W. Jefferies; Otto Sharp Site: A Protohistoric Site in the Reelfoot Basin, Lake County, Tennessee by William L. Lawrence and Robert C. Mainfort, Jr.; and Archaeology at Locust Grove Plantation, Jefferson County, Kentucky by Amy L. Young.

315 pages, soft cover, $15

Volume Four
Edited by Sara L. Sanders, Thomas N. Sanders, and Charles Stout

This volume contains 16 papers originally presented at the 9th (Murray State University, 1992) and 10th (University of Kentucky, 1993) Kentucky Heritage Council archaeological conferences. The volume includes The Homesick Heart, a poem by Ralph D. Brown, New Deal Field Supervisor; Prehistoric Plant Use in the Eastern Mountains: A View From Cornett Woods Rockshelter, Letcher County, Kentucky by Charles Miday; Late Woodland Utilization of the Rock Bridge Shelter in Wolfe County, Kentucky by Kristen J. Gremillion; Lithic Analysis at the Rock Bridge Shelter (15Wo75) Wolfe County, Eastern Kentucky by Darlene Applegate; Archaic Shell Mound Paleodemography: A Case Study From the Read Site (15Bt10) by Nicholas P. Herrmann; Early Woodland Site Variation Within the Constricted Ohio River Valley Bottomlands by Ann Bader; Mississippian Settlement in Southeastern Kentucky: A Preliminary Assessment by Richard Jefferies; Archaeological Survey and Testing of Upper Cumberland Mississippian Sites in Knox and Whitley Counties, Kentucky by Richard W. Jefferies and Jennifer Flood; New Field: An Early Madisonville Horizon Site in Bourbon County, Kentucky by A. Gwynn Henderson and David Pollack; Controlled Surface Collection and Salvage Data Recovered From the Twin Mounds Site (15Ba2) by Jarrod Burks and Charles Stout; Archaeological Investigations at the Canton Site (15Tr1), Trigg County, Kentucky by Charles Stout, Gregory R. Walz and Jarrod Burks; A New Look at the Mississippian Landscape at Wickliffe Mounds by Kit W. Wesler; Late Prehistoric Mortuary Behavior in the Jackson Purchase: Evidence From Mound C, Wickliffe Mound Group (15Ba4) by Hugh B. Matternes; Strings of Seeds - Fashion or Function? Possible Medical Properties of Ariseama spp. Seeds Found with Fawn Hoof by Gina S. Powell; A Preliminary Report on the Mud Glyphs in 15Wa6, Warren County, Kentucky by Daniel B. Davis; Searching for Fort Jefferson's Civilian Community With a Metal Detector by Kenneth C. Carstens and William P. Dowdy; and Lithic Scatters: A Case Study in Research Design by John T. Carter.

397 pages, soft cover, $20

Volume Five
Edited by Charles D. Hockensmith, Kenneth Carstens, Charles Stout, and Sara J. Rivers

The 12th Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeology Conference took place in Richmond, Kentucky during the spring of 1995, co-sponsored by Eastern Kentucky University. This volume contains 12 papers originally presented at this conference plus two additional volunteered papers. The volume includes 3,000 Years of Human Activity at the Cold Oak Shelter by Kristen J. Gremillion; The Research Potential of Surface-Collected Lithic Assemblages; The Rhondle Lee Collection, Powell County, Kentucky by Darlene Applegate; Not Quite Newt Kash: Three Small Rockshelters in Laurel County by Kelli Carmean and William E. Sharp; Degenerative Joint Disease of the Chiggerville Site (15Oh1) as an Indicator of Biomechanical Stress by Eric Bushee; Mothers' Work Loads and the Origin of Sex Roles in the Midwest-Midsouth Regions by Cheryl Classen; Middle Woodland Occupation at the Martin Justice Site (15Pi92), Pike County, Kentucky by Jonathan P. Kerr and Steven D. Creasman; The Shelby Lake Site: A Late Woodland Upland Camp in Shelby County, Kentucky by Charles D. Hockensmith, David Pollack, Valerie A. Haskins and Jack Rossen; Caborn-Welborn Ceramics: Intersite Comparisons and Extraregional Interaction by David Pollack and Cheryl Ann Munson; Reconstructing the 1932-1939 King Excavations at Wickliffe Mounds by Kit W. Wesler; Death and Disease in the Lower Cumberland River Valley: Bioarchaeological Evidence from the Late Prehistoric Tinsley Hill Site by Leon Lane; Assessing the Maize Consumption of Fort Ancient and Middle Mississippian Populations of the Ohio Valley: New Stable Isotope Evidence by Mark R. Schurr; An Analysis of Medicines Used on the Late Eighteenth Century Frontier in Kentucky and Illinois by James A. Lucy and Kenneth C. Carstens; Archaeological Investigations at the 1795 Eliajh Foley House, Fayette County, Kentucky by M. Jay Stottman and Charles D. Hockensmith; Archaeological Investigations Incorporating Digital Terrain Models by Andrew C. Kellie, Kenneth C. Carstens and Daryl Orth; Archaeological Investigations at Fort Smith, 15Lv207, a Federal Civil War Gun Emplacement Site in Smithland, Kentucky by Kenneth C. Carstens; and In the Days of the "Grand Water Power": Development and Decline of the Grist Mill Industry in Northern Kentucky by Jeannine Kreinbrink.

352 pages, soft cover, $20

Volume Six
Edited by David Pollack and Kristen Gremillion

This volume contains papers presented at the 14th and 16th Annual Kentucky Heritage Council archaeological conferences. The 14th annual conference took place at Natural Bridge State Park in Slade in 1997 and was co-sponsored by the Daniel Boone National Forest. The 16th annual conference took place in Lexington in 1999 and was co-sponsored by the University of Kentucky. Papers published in this volume report on research conducted on subjects relating to Archaic, Woodland, Mississippian, Fort Ancient and historic site archaeology and include Archaic Plant Utilization at the Hedden Site, McCracken County, Kentucky by Jack Rossen; The Archaeological Potential Of Small Sites by Steven D. Creasman, Andrew P. Bradbury and Jonathan P. Kerr; The Research Potential of Textile Artifacts: An Example from Carter County, Kentucky by Kristen J. Gremillion, Kathryn Jakes and Virginia Wimberley; Archaeological Investigations at the Gays Creek Shelter (15Pe186), Perry County, Kentucky by Andrew P. Bradbury; Rockshelters at the Headwaters: An Archaeological Survey in the Big Sinking Drainage of Eastern Kentucky by Kristen J. Gremillion, Katherine R. Mickelson, Andrew M. Mickelson and Anne B. Lee; Chert Resource Availability, Procurement, and Use in the Upper Rolling Fork River Valley, Marion County, Kentucky by Jack H. Ray; The Watkins Site (15Lo12) Revisited: Previous Research, New Interpretations, And Recent Artifact Analysis by Darlene Applegate; Site Structure, Activities and Refuse: A Study of Two Features Excavated at the Dry Branch Creek Site (15Me62), A Fort Ancient Site in the Upper Salt River Valley, Mercer County, Kentucky by Melody Pope; Mortuary Variation and Space: A Glimpse of Meaning in Wickliffe's Mound C Cemetery by Hugh B. Matternes; Cottage Life: Archaeological and Historical Investigations at a 19th Century Iron Making Community at the Cottage Furnace, Estill County, Kentucky by William D. Updike; Gun Smoke by the River: And Firearm-Related Artifacts from the Argosy Casino Project, Dearborn County, Indiana by Donald B. Ball.

245 pages, soft cover, $15

Volume Seven
Edited by Charles D. Hockensmith and Kenneth C. Carstens

This volume contains papers presented at the 15th Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeology Conference at Murray State University during the Spring of 1998.  Some contributed papers were also included.  Papers published in this volume report on sites dating to the Archaic, Woodland, Late Prehistoric and Historic periods and include several topics.  The papers are Early Archaic Biface Manufacture at 15Cu31 by Andrew P. Bradbury; Inter-Agency Public Archaeology: Archaeological Testing at the Wet Ledge Rockshelter (15McY847), McCreary County, Kentucky by Tom Des Jean; Excavations at 15Cu27: A Rockshelter in South-Central, Kentucky by Jonathan P. Kerr, Andrew P. Bradbury and Grant L. Day; Prehistoric Fire Activity and Forest Structure Along the Cumberland Plateau by Cecil R. Ison and William E. Sharp; Unique Prehistoric Cultural Artifacts in the S-Bend Area of Mammoth Cave, Kentucky by Kenneth C. Carstens and Philip J. DiBlasi; The Millstone Bluff Site: A First Approximation by Brian M. Butler and Charles R. Cobb; George Rogers Clark’s Fort Jefferson: An Historical Overview With Archaeological and Ethnic Considerations and Implications by Kenneth C. Carstens and Nancy Son Carstens; What’s For Dinner? Late Eighteenth Century Subsistence Strategies at George Rogers Clark’s Fort Jefferson and the Civilian Community of Clarksville, 1780-1781 by Kenneth C. Carstens; Warrants, Surveys, and Patents at Fort Jefferson, Kentucky by Andrew C. Kellie, Kenneth C. Carstens and Brandon J. Kellie; An Overview of Kentucky’s Historic Lime Industry by Charles D. Hockensmith; Historic Lime Production in the Lower Cumberland River Valley, Livingston County, Kentucky by Charles D. Hockensmith; Footprint of an Historic Sawmill: Archaeological Investigations of the Crawford-Nurre Sawmill in Williamsburg, Kentucky by Grant L. Day, Jonathan P. Kerr and Jeffrey G. Mauck; Archaeological Investigations at the Paducah Brick and Tile Company/Chamblin and Murray Brick Yard, Paducah, Kentucky by Charles D. Hockensmith and William R. Black, Jr.; Material Culture and the Built Environment: Observations on Rock Fence Construction in the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky by Donald B. Ball; Window Glass and the Gower House (15Lv178): An Application of Donald Ball’s Dating Formula by Sara J. Rivers; and Guns in the Bluegrass: Firearm-Related Artifacts From McConnell Station (15Bb75), Bourbon County, Kentucky by Donald B. Ball.

420 pages, soft cover, $25

Volume Eight

Edited by Sarah E. Miller, David Pollack, Kenneth Carstens and Christopher R. Moore

This volume contains papers presented at the 17th Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeology Conference which took place March 26-27, 2000 at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green.  This publication features papers on the topics of Paleoindian Points from the Upper Rolling Fork and Beech Fork: Drainage Basins in Central Kentucky by Jack H. Ray; Cypress Creek Revisited: Settlement and Subsistence in West-Central Kentucky by Richard W. Jefferies, Victor D. Thompson, George R. Milner, Renee M. Bonzani and Tanya M. Peres; New Radiocarbon Dates from Three Archaic Shell Middens in Western Kentucky: Indian Knoll (15OH2), Ward (15McL11), and Barrett (15McL4) by Nicholas P. Herrmann; Investigation of Perishable Materials Associated with Fawn Hoof, A Desiccated Burial in Short Cave, Kentucky by Elizabeth Horton; An Evaluation of Radiocarbon Data from Mound C, Wickliffe Mound Group (15BA4) by Hugh B. Matternes; The Broaddus Site (15MA179): A Preliminary Report on a Fort Ancient Mound Site on the Bluegrass Army Depot by Kelli Carmean; Frontier Station or Homestead? Archaeological Investigations at McConnell’s Homestead (15Bb75) by Grant L. Day; History Set in Stone: Archaeological Research at Bell’s Tavern, Barren County, Kentucky by Tammy Seiter and M. Jay Stottman; Bioanthropological Investigation of an Unmarked Cemetery at Site 15MM137, Montgomery County, Kentucky by Alexandra D. Bybee; In Search of Margaret Garner: Preliminary Archaeological Investigations at Maplewood, 15BE483, Boone County, Kentucky by Kim A. McBride and M. Jay Stottman; and The 4-H Cultural Heritage Project: Research of a Postbellum African-American Homestead by M. Jay Stottman, Karen Hudson, Cheryl L. Bersaglia, A. Gwynn Henderson and W. Stephen McBride.

289 pages, soft cover, $20

Volume Nine
Edited by E. Nicole Mills, Richard V. Williamson and Richard D. Davis

This volume contains papers presented at the 21st Annual Kentucky Heritage Council Archaeology Conference, which took place in the Spring of 2004 at Cumberland Falls State Resort Park in Corbin.  Of the 25 papers presented, seven are included in this volume.  The eighth paper was contributed by Charles D. Hockensmith.  As in years past, these papers provide a cross-section of archaeological research conducted in Kentucky.  Some of the papers are the products of the research interests of the participants; others were produced as part of Section 106-related compliance projects or state-funded undertakings.  Papers included are Archaeological Investigations at the Shrull Lime Kiln Near Russellville, Logan County, Kentucky by Charles D. Hockensmith; Excavations at the Duckworth Farm, A Nineteenth Century Farm in Bath County, Kentucky by Stevan C. Pullins and Lori A. O’Connor; Preliminary Analysis of Artifacts from the Old Frankfort Cemetery (15Fr154) by Sarah E. Miller; Analysis of Enamel Hypoplasias in the Old Frankfort Cemetery: Comparisons Between Adult Male and Female and Juvenile Prevalence and Age at Onset of Defects by Melinda J. King Wetzel; Mississippian Community and Construction at Annis Village by Scott W. Hammerstedt; Angelly Phase Mound Construction at Jonathan Creek by Sissel Schroeder; Making Big Rocks from Small Rocks: Methods and Results of the Lithic Analysis at Site 15Tr289 by Andrew V. Martin; and Changing Methods, Changing Results: Recent Research at and a Review of the Fort Campbell, Kentucky Archaeology Program by Christopher A. Bergman, Richard D. Davis, Christopher G. Leary, Donald A. Miller and Richard V. Williamson.

188 pages, soft cover, $15

Historic Archaeology in Kentucky

Edited by Kim A. McBride, W. Stephen McBride, and David Pollack

This volume is a collection of papers on historic sites and topics presented at Kentucky Heritage Council annual archaeological conferences. It is the first Kentucky Heritage Council volume of collected papers devoted primarily to historical archaeology in Kentucky. Papers published in this volume include A History of Southern Clay Manufacturing Company at Robbins, Tennessee by Tom Des Jean; Pine Tar Manufacture in Eastern Kentucky: A Forgotten Forest Industry by Cecil R. Ison and Charles D. Hockensmith; Kentucky's Saltpeter Caves: A Case Study and Literature Review by M. Susan Duncan; Saltpeter Manufacturing and Marketing and its Relation to the Gunpowder Industry in Kentucky During the 19th Century by Gary A. O'Dell; A Lithographic Stone Quarry in Meade County, Kentucky by Charles D. Hockensmith and Fred E. Coy, Jr.; Onionville Glass and Ceramic Patterns by Pamela A. Schenian; The Role of Women in Kentucky's Western Colonial Frontier by Kenneth C. Carstens; Living the Good Life: Archaeological Explorations of Middle Class Life in 19th Century Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Kentucky by Nancy O, Malley; Appalachian Kentucky Home Life, 1880-1940: Historic Context for Material Culture Studies by Karen E. Hudson; The James L. and Martha Brown Site (15He683): Indicators of Ethnicity and Power at a Late 19th to Early 20th Century African-American Farmstead in Henderson County, Kentucky by Mark J. Wagner; Ceramic and Slave Lifeway at Locust Grove Plantation by Amy Lambeck Young, Susan C. Andrews and Philip J. Carr; Archaeology at the Ashland Privy, Lexington, Kentucky by W. Stephen McBride and Mark E. Esarey; "Not All Are the Same": Pattern Recognition at Ohio Valley Urban Privies by Robert A. Genheimer; Toward a Greater Understanding of Privy Vault Architecture by M. Jay Stottman; Archaeology and the Sisters of Charity (1830-50): Investigations Within the Undercroft of the Cathedral of the Assumption, Louisville, Kentucky by Floyd Mansberger; Filled to Capacity and Beyond: Summary of Archaeological Investigations in Two Urban Cemeteries in Louisville, Kentucky by Philip J. DiBlasi; A Summary of the 1991-1995 Archaeological and Archival Investigations at the South Union Shaker Village in Logan County, Kentucky by Kurt H. Fiegel; Archaeology at the Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill: Rediscovering the Importance of Order by Kim A. McBride; and Rethinking Significance: An Archaeological Approach to Architectural and Historical Significance by L. Martin Perry.

432 pages, soft cover, $25

 

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