Research Laboratories of Archaeology


North Carolina Archaeology (formerly Southern Indian Studies)1


  • North Carolina Archaeology is published jointly by the Research Laboratories of Archaeology and the North Carolina Archaeological Society.
  • Volumes 1 to 47 (1949 to 1998) are now available online. Volumes 1 to 38 are accessible in pdf format as scanned page images; volumes 39 to 47 are accessible as text-searchable pdf files. Screen and print versions are available for each volume.
  • Click here to order available back issues from the North Carolina Archaeological Society.

Volume 1, Number 1 (1949)    screen version (6.9 mb)    print version (9.5 mb)
  • White, Indian, and Negro Contacts in Colonial South Carolina, by John M. Lofton, Jr., pp. 3-12
  • Recent Trends in Archaeological Theory, by John Gillin, pp. 13-14
  • The Oldest Culture in North Carolina? by Joffre L. Coe, pp. 15-17
  • The Finding of Fort Raleigh, by J. C. Harrington, pp. 18-19
  • Excavating in a Parking Lot at Morrow Mountain State Park, by Joffre L. Coe, pp. 20-21
  • Opportunities for the Study of Society and Culture at the University of North Carolina, by Howard W. Odum, pp. 21-22
  • Archaeology at the University of Georgia: Program of 1949-1950, by A. R. Kelly, pp. 23-24
  • The Archaeological Research Program for 1949-1950 in North Carolina, by Joffre L. Coe, pp. 24-25
  • Review of Kluckhohn: Mirror for Man, by M. P. Knowlton, pp. 26-28
  • Review of Gladwin: Men Out of Asia, by William W. Wood, Jr., pp. 28-31
Volume 1, Number 2 (1949)    screen version (7.1 mb)    print version (9.7 mb)
  • A Florida Indian Trading Post, ca. 1763-1784, by John M. Goggin, pp. 35-38
  • Archaeological Survey of the Natchez Trace Parkway, by John L. Cotter, pp. 39-42
  • Stone Pipes of the Historic Cherokee, by John Witthoft, pp. 43-62
  • Anthropology at the University of Tennessee, by T. M. N. Lewis, pp. 63
  • Anthropology at the University of Florida, by John M. Goggin, pp. 64
  • Review of Lawson: A New Voyage to Carolina, by J. Horner, pp. 65-67
  • Volume 2, Number 1 (1950)    screen version (10.0 mb)    print version (13.7 mb)
  • Frank Gouldsmith Speck, 1881-1950, by John Witthoft, pp. 2, 39-44
  • The Deer and the Rabbit Hunting Drive in Virginia and the Southeast, by Frank G. Speck and Claude E. Schaeffer, pp. 3-20
  • The Miller Pottery Types in Review, by John L. Cotter, pp. 21-29
  • Anthropology at the University of Kentucky, by The Staff, pp. 30-35
  • Anthropology at the University of Mississippi, by William G. Haag, pp. 36
  • Review of Turney-High: General Anthropology, by William G. Haag, pp. 37-39
  • Volume 2, Number 2 (1950)    screen version (6.3 mb)    print version (9.2 mb)
  • War and the Eastern Cherokee, by William W. Wood, Jr., pp. 47-53
  • Nununyi, the Kituhwas, or Mountain Indians and the State of North Carolina, by Hiram C. Wilburn, pp. 54-64
  • Photography as an Aid to Archaeology, by George E. Fay, pp. 65-68
  • Review of White: The Science of Culture: A Study of Man and Civilization, by Betty J. Meggers, pp. 69-71
  • Volume 3 (1951)    screen version (19.0 mb)    print version (25.9 mb)
  • Pamunkey Pottery Making, by Theodore Stern, pp. 1-78
  • Volume 4 (1952)    screen version (5.4 mb)    print version (7.4 mb)
  • The Kasita Site, by Gordon R. Willey & William H. Sears, pp. 3-18
  • Judaculla Rock, by Hiram C. Wilburn, pp. 19-21
  • Judaculla Place-Names and the Judaculla Tales, by Hiram C. Wilburn, pp. 23-26
  • A Cherokee Migration Fragment, by D. H. Corkran, pp. 27-28
  • Volume 5 (1953)    screen version (5.8 mb)    print version (8.2 mb)
  • The Excavation of an Indian Village on the Yadkin River near Trading Ford, by Charles D. Howell & Donald C. Dearborn, pp. 3-20
  • The Sacred Fire of the Cherokees, by D. H. Corkran, pp. 21-26, 1953
  • Review of Cotter & Corbett: Archeology of the Bynum Mounds, Mississippi, by Charles Fairbanks pp. 27-29
  • Volume 6 (1954)    screen version (10.0 mb)    print version (13.8 mb)
  • Tenth Southeastern Archaeological Conference, by Joffre L. Coe, pp. 3-8
  • A Paleo-Indian Workshop in Dinwiddie County, Virginia, by Ben C. McCary, pp. 9-10
  • A Suggested Basis for Paleo-Indian Chronology in Tennessee and the Eastern United States, by T. M. N. Lewis, pp.11-13
  • Mid-Coastal Archaic in Georgia, by A. R. Kelly, pp. 14-27
  • A Late Archaic Horizon on the Atlantic Coastal Plain, by William H. Sears, pp. 28-36
  • The Old Quartz Industry of Piedmont Georgia and South Carolina, by Joseph R. Caldwell, pp. 37-39
  • The Duration of the Archaic Tradition in the Lower Tennessee Valley, by Madeline Kneberg, pp. 40-44
  • Culture Changes During the Fiber-Tempered Period in Florida, by Ripley P. Bullen, pp. 45-48
  • Volume 7 (1955)    screen version (8.1 mb)    print version (11.1 mb)
  • An Historical Indian Burial from Columbus County, Georgia, by Wilfred T. Neill, pp. 3-9
  • Evolutionary Theory in Archaeology, by Stanley South, pp. 10-32
  • Cherokee Sun and Fire Observations, by D. H. Corkran, pp. 33-38
  • Volume 8 (1956)    screen version (7.5 mb)    print version (10.6 mb)
  • Conceptions of Time in Eastern United States Archaeology: Part I, by Aubrey W. Williams, Jr., pp. 3-26
  • The Nature of the Cherokee Supreme Being, by D. H. Corkran, pp. 27-35
  • Volume 9 (1957)    screen version (4.2 mb)    print version (5.9 mb)
  • Conceptions of Time in Eastern United States Archaeology: Part II, by Aubrey W. Williams, Jr., pp. 3-20
  • Volume 10 (1958)    screen version (5.6 mb)    print version (7.7 mb)
  • Conceptions of Time in Eastern United States Archaeology: Part III, by Aubrey W. Williams, Jr., pp. 3-27
  • Volume 11 (1959)    screen version (4.8 mb)    print version (6.6 mb)
  • Florida's Relationship to the Antilles and Mesoamerica: A Synthesis, by Edward M. Dolan, pp. 3-15
  • Physical Structure of Rock Mound at 9ST3, Georgia, by Carl F. Miller, pp. 16-19
  • The Cherokee Indians of Jackson County, North Carolina, by Hiram C. Wilburn, pp. 20-22
  • A Fluted Point from the Ozarks, by Marvin E. Tong, Jr., pp. 23-24
  • Volume 12 (1960)    screen version (7.7 mb)    print version (10.7 mb)
  • Excavation of the Presumptive Site of Estatoe, by A. R. Kelly & Clemens de Baillou, pp. 3-30
  • The Use of Chenopodium Seeds as a Source of Food by the Early Peoples in Russell Cave, Alabama, by Carl F. Miller, pp. 30-32
  • Comments on "Conceptions of Time in Eastern United States Archaeology, by Douglas S. Byers, pp. 33-34
  • Volume 13 (1961)    screen version (9.9 mb)    print version (13.5 mb)
  • Synthesis: Will o' the Wisp of New World Archaeology, by Ruth V. Evans, pp. 3-20
  • Generic Western Names Identifiable in the Southeast, by Harold A. Huscher, pp. 21-28
  • Some Eastern Cherokee Dances Today, by John D. Gillespie, pp. 29-43
  • Volume 14 (1962)    screen version (6.2 mb)    print version (8.6 mb)
  • An Apparent Symmetry in Pre-Neolithic Developments: Western Europe and Eastern United States, by Frederick Hadleigh-West, pp. 3-10
  • Human-Headed Adornos from Western Georgia, by Carl F. Miller & Paul V. Liles, Jr., pp. 11-12
  • Napier-like Vessel from Russell Cave, Alabama, by Carl F. Miller, pp. 13-17
  • The Serpent and the Turtle, by David H. Corkran, pp. 19-26
  • Two Notices by Will Thomas, by Jack F. Kilpatrick, pp. 27-28
  • Documents from Echota Methodist Mission, by Jack F. Kilpatrick, pp. 29-31
  • Volume 15 (1963)    screen version (12.5 mb)    print version (16.8 mb)
  • The Conservation and Preservation of Archaeological and Ethnographic Specimens, by Bennie C. Keel, pp. 1-65
  • Volume 16 (1964)    screen version (5.6 mb)    print version (7.7 mb)
  • The Standing Boy Flint Industry, by Harold A. Huscher, pp. 3-20
  • Record of a North Carolina Cherokee Township Trial (1862), by Jack F. & Anna G. Kilpatrick, pp. 21-23
  • Cherokee Rituals Pertaining to Medicinal Roots, by Jack F. & Anna G. Kilpatrick, pp. 24-28
  • Volume 17 (1965)    screen version (6.3 mb)    print version (8.8 mb)
  • A Test Excavation of the Hollywood Mound (9Ri1), Georgia, by Clemens de Baillou, pp. 3-11
  • A Comparative Statement of Ceramics from the Hollywood and the Town Creek Mounds, by J. Jefferson Reid, pp. 12-25
  • Appendix: Cyrus Thomas' Report on the Excavation of the Hollywood Mound in Richmond County, Georgia, by Cyrus Thomas, pp. 26-32
  • Volume 18 (1966)    screen version (17.4 mb)    print version (23.2 mb)
    • The McLean Mound, Cumberland County, North Carolina, by Howard A. MacCord, Sr., pp. 3-45
      • Appendix I: Notes on the Cameron Mound, Harnett County, by Charles MacCauley, pp. 46-47
      • Appendix II: Indian Mounds of the Cape Fear, by J. A. Holmes, pp. 48-54
      • Appendix III: The Exploration of Mounds in North Carolina, by Charles Peabody, pp. 55-58
      • Appendix IV: Exploratory Excavation of the McFayden Mound, Brunswick County, by Stanley South, pp. 59-61
      • Appendix V: The Breece Site--A Sampling, by Howard A. MacCord, Sr., pp. 62-66
    • Notes on the Human Bones Recovered from Burial in the McLean Mound, North Carolina, by T. D. Stewart, pp. 67-82
      • Appendix I: Analysis of Burial Samples from the McLean Mound, by T. D. Stewart, pp. 83-87
    Volume 19 (1967)    screen version (7.5 mb)    print version (10.2 mb)
  • The Route of Rutherford's Expedition Against the North Carolina Cherokees, by Roy S. Dickens, Jr., pp. 3-24
  • Notes on Cherokee Architecture, by Clemens de Baillou, pp. 25-33
  • A Note on Cherokee House Construction of 1776, by Roy S. Dickens, Jr., pp. 35
  • Volume 20 (1968)    screen version (3.2 mb)    print version (4.4 mb)
  • Notes on the Creek Hothouse, by William C. Sturdevant, pp. 3-5
  • A "Coffee Bean" Style Pipe from Beloit, Wisconsin, by Frederick W. Lange, pp. 6-11
  • Notes on Symbolism, by Clemens de Baillou, pp. 12-16
  • Volume 21 (1969)    screen version (16.7 mb)    print version (19.1 mb)
  • Alexander Long's "A Small Postscript of the Ways and Maners of the Indians called Charikees," edited by David H. Corkran, pp. 3-49
  • Volume 22 (1970)    screen version (5.1 mb)    print version (7.1 mb)
  • Cyrus Thomas and the Mound Builders, by Bennie C. Keel, pp. 3-16
  • Excavations at the Red Springs Mound Rb 4, Robeson County 1971, by Bennie C. Keel, pp. 17-22
  • More Notes on Symbolism, by Clemens de Baillou, pp. 23-27
  • Volume 23 (1971)    screen version (8.9 mb)    print version (12.0 mb)
  • North Carolina Fluted Projectile Points Survey Report Number One, by Phil H. Perkinson, pp. 3-40
  • Salvage Archaeology, by William R. West, pp. 41-49
  • Volume 24 (1972)    screen version (12.3 mb)    print version (16.4 mb)
  • Vertebrate Remains from Archaeological Sites in the Tennessee Valley of Alabama, by Frederick S. Barkalow, Jr., pp. 3-41
  • Contact Zones and Eastern United States Prehistory: Evidence from a Piedmont Rock Shelter, by Prudence M. Rice, E. Pendleton Banks, & Robert E. Pace, pp. 42-53
  • Volume 25 (1973)    screen version (12.3 mb)    print version (16.6 mb)
  • North Carolina Fluted Projectile Points Survey Report Number Two, by Phil H. Perkinson, pp. 3-60
  • Volume 26 (1974)    screen version (3.5 mb)    print version (4.8 mb)
  • Report of Archaeological Testing at the Love Site (SoC 240), South Carolina, by Michael Trinkley, pp. 3-18
  • Volume 27 (1975)    screen version (7.9 mb)    print version (10.8 mb)
  • Preliminary Report of Archaeological Excavations at Lighthouse Point Shell Ring, South Carolina, by Michael Trinkley, pp. 2-36
  • Volume 28 (1976)    screen version (6.1 mb)    print version (8.3 mb)
  • Archaeological Testing of SoC 282, Jenkins Island, South Carolina, by Michael Trinkley, pp. 3-24
  • A Preliminary Report of Excavations at SoC 281, Beaufort County, South Carolina, by Michael Trinkley, pp. 25-29
  • Volume 29 (1977)    screen version (6.2 mb)    print version (8.4 mb)
  • Analyzing Ossuary Skeletal Remains: Techniques and Problems, by Homes Hogue, pp. 2-22
  • Volume 30 (1978)    screen version (7.3 mb)    print version (10.1 mb)
  • Probable Pee Dee Phase Burials from SoC 8, Marlboro County, South Carolina, by S. Homes Hogue & Michael Trinkley, pp. 3-17
  • Archaeological Testing at 9Ri(DOT)3: A Late Archaic Camp Site in the Central Savannah River Valley, by William R. Bowen, pp. 18-32
  • Volume 31 (1979)    screen version (4.3 mb)    print version (6.0 mb)
  • The Wachesaw Landing Site: The Last Gasp of the Coastal Waccamaw Indians, by Michael Trinkley & S. Homes Hogue, pp. 3-20
  • Volume 32 (1980)    screen version (8.6 mb)    print version (11.7 mb)
  • Tucker R. Littleton (1936-1983), by Daniel L. Simpkins, pp. 3-4
  • Archaeological Excavations at the Cold Morning Site, by H. Trawick Ward & Jack H. Wilson, Jr., pp. 5-40
  • Volume 33 (1984)    screen version (8.4 mb)    print version (11.1 mb)
  • The Cane Creek Site, Mitchell County, North Carolina, by Bennie C. Keel & Brian J. Egloff, pp. 3-44
  • Volume 34 (1985)    screen version (10.4 mb)    print version (12.6 mb)
  • An Analysis of the Lithic Artifact Assemblage from the Forbush Creek Site (31Yd1), Yadkin County, North Carolina, by Jane M. McManus, pp. 3-48
  • Volume 35 (1986)    screen version (18.6 mb)    print version (19.0 mb)
  • An Analysis of Unifacial Stone Tools from the Hardaway Site, North Carolina, by I. Randolph Daniel, Jr., pp. 3-53
  • Volumes 36 and 37 (1988)    screen version (53.6 mb)    print version (54.1 mb)
  • Archaeology of the Historic Occaneechi Indians, edited by H. Trawick Ward & R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr., pp. 1-128
  • Volume 38 (1989)    screen version (15.9 mb)    print version (21.3 mb)
  • Richard Pleasants Gravely, Jr., by H. Trawick Ward & R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr., pp. 1-5
  • Early Radiocarbon Dates from a Site on the Pee Dee-Siouan Frontier in the Piedmont of Central North Carolina, by Joseph B. Mountjoy, pp. 7-22
  • Archaeological Excavations at the Crowders Creek Site (31GS55): A Late Woodland Farmstead in the Catawba River Valley, Gaston County, North Carolina, by J. Alan May, pp. 23-48
  • The Trading Path to the Indians, by Douglas L. Rights, pp. 49-73
  • Volume 39 (1990)    screen version (1.1 mb)    print version (2.3 mb)
  • Salvage Archaeology at the Hardins Site, 31Gs29, Gaston County, North Carolina, by Bennie C. Keel, pp. 1-17
  • The Bull in the North Carolina Buffalo, by H. Trawick Ward, pp. 19-30
  • The Travels of James Needham and Gabriel Arthur Through Virginia, North Carolina, and Beyond, 1673-1674, edited by R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr., pp. 31-55
  • Volume 40 (1991)    screen version (2.2 mb)    print version (5.6 mb)
  • Occaneechi-Saponi Descendants in the North Carolina Piedmont: The Texas Community, by Forest Hazel, pp. 3-29
  • Key to the Projectile Points of the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina, by Vernon G. Henry, pp. 31-63
  • Volume 41 (1992)    screen version (0.6 mb)    print version (0.8 mb)
  • Ethnohistory of Aboriginal Landscapes in the Southeastern United States, by Julia E. Hammett, pp. 1-50
  • Southern Indian Studies Index, 1949-1991
  • Volume 42 (1994)    screen version (1.1 mb)    print version (1.1 mb)
  • The North Carolina Radiocarbon Date Study (Part 1), by Jane M. Eastman, pp. 1-63
  • Volume 43 (1994)    screen version (0.7 mb)    print version (1.5 mb)
  • The North Carolina Radiocarbon Date Study (Part 2), by Jane M. Eastman, pp. 1-117
  • Volume 44 (1995)    screen version (2.4 mb)    print version (5.4 mb)
  • Geomorphological and Archaeological Investigations of a Buried Site on the Yadkin River Floodplain, by Paul A. Webb and David S. Leigh, pp. 1-36
  • Bioarchaeological Analysis of the Mortuary Practices at the Broad Reach Site (31CR218), Coastal North Carolina, by Elizabeth I. Monahan, pp. 37-69
  • Ocmulgee Archaeology, 1936-1986, edited by David J. Hally (book review), by Christopher B. Rodning, pp. 70-74
  • Volume 45 (1996)    screen version (5.5 mb)    print version (11.7 mb)
  • An Archaeological Survey and Petrographic Description of Rhyolite Sources in the Uwharrie Mountains, North Carolina, by I. Randolph Daniel, Jr. and J. Robert Butler, pp. 1-37
  • Identification of a Piedmont Quarry, by Loretta Lautzenheiser, Jane M. Eastman, and Mary Ann Holm, pp. 38-56
  • Prehistoric Territoriality in Virginia, by Howard A. MacCord, Sr., pp. 57-77
  • The Prehistory of the Chickamauga Basin in Tennessee, by Thomas M. N. Lewis and Madeline D. Kneberg Lewis, compiled and edited by Lynne P. Sullivan (book review), by Christopher B. Rodning, pp. 78-82
  • Exploring Ancient North America: An Archaeological Guide, by David Hurst Thomas (book review), by Elaine Davis, pp. 83-85
  • Volume 46 (1997)    screen version (3.9 mb)    print version (12.1 mb)
    • From the Ashes: Renewed Research of Brunswick Town, North Carolina's Colonial Port, organized and compiled by Linda F. Carnes-McNaughton
      • Introduction, by Linda Carnes-McNaughton, pp. 1-5
      • Brunswick Town Colonowares Re-examined, by Thomas C. Loftfield and Michael Stoner, pp. 6-15
      • "Some fragments of blue Dutch tiling" at Brunswick Town: Decorative Delftware Tiles from Russelborough, Prospect Hall, and the Public House, by Thomas Beaman, Jr., pp. 16-34
      • Invaded or Traded? Olive Jars and Oil Jars from Brunswick Town, by John J. Mintz and Thomas Beaman, Jr., pp. 35-50
      • Port Brunswick and the Colonial Naval Stores Industry: Historical and Archaeological Observations, by Kenneth W. Robinson, pp. 51-68
      • Return to the Port of Brunswick: An Analysis of Two Eighteenth-Century North Carolina Sites, by Anna L. Gray, pp. 69-83
      • The Once and Future Research Project: The Role of Brunswick Town in Historical Archaeology, by Charles R. Ewen, pp. 84-90
    • Research Contributions from the Prehistoric Cape Fear Region
      • Limestone- or Marl-Tempered Ceramics from the Lower Cape Fear River Region, New Hanover County, North Carolina, by Thomas Hargrove and Jane M. Eastman, pp. 91-108
      • A Re-evaluation of Ceramics from the Tower Hill Site (31LR1), Lenoir County, North Carolina, by Jane M. Eastman, Loretta Lautzenheiser, and Mary Ann Holm, pp. 109-120
    • William Bartram on the Southeastern Indians, edited by Gregory A. Waselkov and Kathryn E. Holland Braund (book review), by Christopher B. Rodning, pp. 121-125
    Volume 47 (1998)    screen version (9.6 mb)    print version (28.1 mb)
  • Archaeological History and Historical Archaeology: Revisiting the Excavations at Brunswick Town, 1958-1968, by Thomas E. Beaman, Jr., Linda F. Carnes-McNaughton, John J. Mintz, and Kenneth W. Robinson, pp. 1-33
  • An Analysis and Interpretation of the Archaic Projectile Point Sequence from Lowder's Ferry, Stanly County, North Carolina, by Carmen Morgan Drye, pp. 34-65
  • "All the Rustle and Bustle is Gone:" A Landscape History of the Beam Family Property, Cleveland County, North Carolina, by Thomas E. Beaman, Jr., John J. Mintz, and Kenneth W. Robinson, pp. 66-82
  • 31DH614: A Prehistoric Lithic Workshop in Durham County, North Carolina, by Jane M. Eastman, Loretta Lautzenheiser, Mary Ann Holm, and Thomas J. Padgett, pp. 83-108
  • Excavating Occaneechi Town: Archaeology of an Eighteenth-Century Indian Village in North Carolina, edited by R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr., Patrick C. Livingood, H. Trawick Ward, and Vincas P. Steponaitis (book review), by Keith T. Egloff, pp. 109-112
  • The Dividing Paths: Cherokees and South Carolinians Through the Era of Revolution, by M. Thomas Hatley (book review), by Christopher B. Rodning, pp. 112-119
  • Volume 48 (1999)    screen version (4.2 mb)    print version (16.7 mb)
    • Prehistoric Pottery: Series and Sequence on the Carolina Coast.  Organized and compiled by Joseph M. Herbert.
      • Introduction to "Prehistoric Pottery: Series and Sequence on the Carolina Coast," by Joseph M. Herbert, pp. 1-2
      • Early Ceramic Traditions on the Southern Coastal Plain of North Carolina: Radiocarbon Data from 31CB114, by Erica E. Sanborn and Lawrence E. Abbott, Jr., pp. 3-17
      • Oak Island: A Retiring Series, by Mark A. Mathis, pp. 18-36
      • Prehistoric Pottery Taxonomy and Sequence on the Southern Coast of North Carolina, by Joseph M. Herbert, pp. 37-58
      • Woodland Burial Mounds in the North Carolina Sandhills and Southern Coastal Plain, by Jeffrey D. Irwin, Wayne C. J. Boyko, Joseph M. Herbert, and Chad Braley, pp. 59-86
      • Interior Rim Impressions as an Indicator of Typological Relationships, by Adam Marshall, pp. 87-94
      • Ceramic Types and Typology in Northeastern North Carolina: The View from the Davenport Site (31BR39), by John E. Byrd, pp. 95-106
      • “Chesapeake” Pipes and Uncritical Assumptions: A View from Northeastern North Carolina, by Dane T. Magoon, pp. 107-126
    Volume 49 (2000)    screen version (4.7 mb)    print version (17.8 mb)
  • Fables of the Reconstruction: Morley Jeffers Williams and the Excavation of Tryon Palace, 1952–1962, by Thomas E. Beaman, Jr., pp. 1-22
  • Health and Safety Issues in Archaeology: Are Archaeologists at Risk?, by Ricky L. Langley, M.D., and Lawrence E. Abbott, Jr., pp. 23-42
  • The Sink Hole at Bandana: An Historic Blue Ridge Mica Mine Reveals Its Past, by Peter R. Margolin, pp. 43-58
  • Plant and Animal Subsistence at the Coweeta Creek Site (31Ma34), Macon County, North Carolina, by Amber M. VanDerwarker and Kandace R. Detwiler, pp. 59-77
  • Late Woodland Ceramics on the Coastal Plain: A Possible New Type From Carteret County, North Carolina, by Thomas W. Davis and Kathleen M. Child, pp. 78-92
  • Laboring in the Fields of the Lord, by Jerald T. Milanich (book review), by Charles R. Ewen, pp. 93-95
  • Time Before History: The Archaeology of North Carolina, by H. Trawick Ward and R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr. (book review), by I. Randolph Daniel, Jr., pp. 95-103
  • Volume 50 (2001)    screen version (3.1 mb)    print version (17.0 mb)
  • An Archaeological Study of Late Woodland Fauna in the Roanoke River Basin, by Amber M. VanDerWarker, pp. 1-46
  • Beyond the Restoration: Reconstructing a Pattern of Elite Lifestyle at Colonial Tryon Palace, by Thomas E. Beaman, Jr., pp. 47-72
  • "Excavating in the Fort Area": Milton F. Perry and the History of Archaeology at Fort Macon State Park, by John J. Mintz and Thomas E. Beaman, Jr., pp. 73-84
  • A World Engraved: The Archaeology of Swift Creek Culture, edited by J. Mark Williams and Daniel T. Elliott (book review), by Christopher B. Rodning, pp. 85-91
  • Mississippian Towns and Sacred Spaces: Searching for an Architectural Grammar, edited by R. Barry Lewis and Charles B. Stout (book review), by Christopher B. Rodning, pp. 91-97
  • Volume 51 (2002)    screen version (3.0 mb)    print version (11.2 mb)
  • Steep Shore, Deadly Environment: The Case for a Cultural Anvil Along the Unembayed Atlantic Coast, by Joel D. Gunn, pp. 1-33
  • Cherokee Ceramic Traditions of Southwestern North Carolina, ca. A.D. 1400-2002: A Preface to "The Last of the Iroquois Potters," by Brett H. Riggs and Christopher B. Rodning, pp. 34-54
  • The Last of the Iroquois Potters, by M. R. Harrington, pp. 55-67
  • Taking the Waters: All Healing Springs Spa and Nineteenth-Century Homeopathy, by J. Alan May, pp. 68-97
  • The Archaeology of Sandy Soil Sites: A New Approach to the Field Evaluation of Site Integrity, by Shane C. Peterson and Paul J. Mohler, pp. 98-122
  • Volume 52 (2003)    screen version (7.1 mb)    print version (28.7 mb)
  • Prehistoric Sedentary Agriculturalists in the Appalachian Summit of Northwestern North Carolina, by Thomas R. Whyte, pp. 1-19
  • Multidisciplinary Landscape Research at Tannenbaum Historic Park, Guilford County, North Carolina, Linda France Stine, Roy S. Stine, and Kristen S. Selikoff, pp. 20-52
  • Horses Grazing: Point Function and Shape, by Joel D. Gunn and Irwin Rovner, pp. 53-100
  • Site Formation Processes of Buried Cultural Horizons in the Sandhills of North Carolina: An Example from the Horses Grazing Site (31MR205), by Keith C. Seramur and Ellen A. Cowan, pp. 101-118
  • Volume 53 (2004)    screen version (4.5 mb)    print version (21.7 mb)
  • An Introduction to the Catawba Project, by R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr. and Brett H. Riggs, pp. 1-41
  • Catawba Population Dynamics during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, by Theresa E. McReynolds, pp. 42-59
  • Catawba Ethnicity: Identity and Adaptation on the English Colonial Landscape, by Mark R. Plane, pp. 60-79
  • Catawba Militarism: An Ethnohistorical and Archaeological Overview, by Charles L. Heath, pp. 80-120
  • Volume 54 (2005)    screen version (4.4 mb)    print version (14.1 mb)
  • Spatial and Temporal Patterning in the Distribution of North Carolina Projectile Points, by Theresa E. McReynolds, pp. 1-33
  • Lost Charles Towne: Local Manifestation of World Events, by Thomas C. Loftfield, pp. 34-48
  • Het Regent Pijpestelen at Brunswick Town: A Quantitative Analysis of White Clay Tobacco Pipes and Smoking Behaviors in Colonial North Carolina, by Thomas E. Beaman, Jr., pp. 49-99
  • Colonoware and the Context for the Development of a Creolized Slave Culture at Hope Plantation, Bertie County, North Carolina, by Andrew D. Madsen, pp. 100-135
  • The Man Who Found Thoreau: Roland W. Robbins and the Rise of Historical Archaeological in America, by Donald W. Linebaugh (book review), by Thomas E. Beaman, Jr., pp. 136-141
  • Volume 55 (2006)    screen version (8.7 mb)    print version (27.4 mb)
  • Mapping Catawba Coalescence, by Mary Elizabeth Fitts, pp. 1-59
  • Catawba Pottery in the Post-Revolutionary Era: A View from the Source, by Brett H. Riggs, R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr., and Mark R. Plane, pp. 60-88
  • Catawba Potters and Their Work, by M. R. Harrington, pp. 89-102
  • Three Fluted Points from the Hardaway Site, North Carolina, by I. Randolph Daniel, Jr., pp. 103-111
  • X Marks the Spot: The Archaeology of Piracy, edited by Russell K. Skowronek and Charles R. Ewen (book review), by Thomas E. Beaman, Jr., pp. 112-118
  • Unlocking the Past: Celebrating Historical Archaeology in North America, edited by Lu Ann De Cunzo and John H. Jameson, Jr. (book review), by Alexander J. Keown, pp. 118-122
  • Volume 56 (2007)    screen version (5.9 mb)    print version (22.1 mb)
  • A Mississippian Ceramic Chronology for the Town Creek Region, by Edmond A. Boudreaux, pp. 1-57
  • Analysis of Site Preservation and Cultural Traditions at 31WK223, A Stratified Archaic to Woodland Period Site in the Eastern Foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, by Susan E. Bamann, Keith C. Seramur, Leslie L. Raymer, and Loretta Lautzenheiser, pp. 58-95
  • Defining Cultural Landscapes Through Human Ecology: A Case Study from the 1819 Citizen Cherokee Reservations in Western North Carolina, by Shane C. Petersen, pp. 96-117
  • In Praise of the Poet Archaeologist: Papers in Honor of Stanley South and His Five Decades of Historical Archaeology, edited by Linda Carnes-McNaughton and Carl Steen (book review), by John J. Mintz, pp. 118-121
  • Huts and History: The Historical Archaeology of Military Encampment during the American Civil War, edited by Clarence R. Geier, David G. Orr, and Matthew B. Reeves (book review), by Alexander J. Keown, pp. 121-124
  • Volume 57 (2008)   screen version (7.5 mb)    print version (21.9 mb)
  • Temporal Variation in Qualla Pottery at Coweeta Creek, by Christopher B. Rodning, pp. 1-49
  • Searching a Sand Dune: Shovel Testing the Barber Creek Site, by I. Randolph, Jr., Keith C. Seramur, Tara L. Potts, and Matthew W. Jorgenson, pp. 50-77
  • Refining the Deep Creek Definition: An Examination of Deep Creek Ceramics from the Parker and Barber Creek Sites, by Tracy Martin, pp. 78-96
  • Reanalysis of Ichthyofaunal Specimens from Prehistoric Archaeological Sites on the Roanoke River in North Carolina and Virginia, by Thomas R. Whyte, pp. 97-107
  • Mount Olive, North Carolina Cache: Points, Knives, or Bifaces?, by Wm. Jack Hranicky, pp. 108-116
  • Jamestown: The Buried Truth, by William M. Kelso (book review), by Thomas E. Beaman, Jr., pp. 117-122
  • Volume 58 (2009)    Available online in October, 2014
  • The T. Jones Site: Ecology and Agency in the Upper Yadkin Valley of North Carolina, by J. Ned Woodall, pp. 1-58
  • Analysis and Regional Consideration of 31CH758, A Uwharrie Phase Campsite in the North Carolina Piedmont, by Susan E. Bamann and Dawn M. Bradley, pp. 59-87
  • The Two Dogs Site (31PR92): A Middle Archaic and Woodland Period Lithic Quarry in Person County, North Carolina, by Scott K. Seibel, pp. 88-121
  • North Carolina Olives, by Tom Des Jean, pp. 122-132
  • Volume 59 (2010)    Available online in October, 2015
  • European Trade Goods at Cherokee Settlements in Southwestern North Carolina, by Christopher B. Rodning, pp. 1-84
  • “Did You But Know the Worth That’s Buried Here”: Managing Fort Bragg’s Historic Cemeteries, by Linda F. Carnes-McNaughton and Jennifer Friend, pp. 85-112
  • “Next to Two Rivers”: The Wilson County Sesquicentennial Survey to Locate the Late Woodland and Protohistoric Tuscarora Community of Tosneoc, by Thomas E. Beaman, Jr., pp. 113-140
  • Historical Archaeology: Why the Past Matters, by Barbara J. Little (book review), by Thomas E. Beaman, Jr., pp. 141-146
  • Volume 60 (2011)    Available online in October, 2016
  • North Carolina's Redware Kilns and the Art of Burning Clay, by Linda F. Carnes-McNaughton, pp. 1-52
  • Archaeofaunal Remains from Garden Creek Mound No. 2 (31Hw2) in Haywood County, North Carolina, by Thomas R. Whyte, pp. 53-64
  • Buried, Exhumed, and Commemoratively Reinterred: The Rediscovery of Lost Confederate Soldiers at Bentonville Battlefield State Historic Site, by Thomas E. Beaman, Jr., John J. Mintz, Kenneth W. Robinson, and Alison L. Mintz, pp. 65-89
  • "To Describe the Horrors of this Hurricane is Beyond the Art of My Pen": Archaeological Evidence of the September 1769 Hurricane That Blew North Carolinians Off Their Tar Heels, by Thomas E. Beaman, Jr., and Jim McKee, pp. 90-115
  • Volume 61 (2012)    Available online in October, 2017
  • A “New” Account of Mound and Village Sites in Western North Carolina: The Travels of Captain R. D. Wainwright, by Benjamin A. Steere, Paul A. Webb, and Bruce S. Idol, pp. 1-37
  • You Can Go Home Again: A New Look Homeward into the Excavated Cistern of Thomas Wolfe’s “Dixieland”, by Thomas E. Beaman, Jr., pp. 38-70
  • New Data, Old Methods: The Rediscovery, Definition, and Functional Analysis of the George Moore House at Colonial Brunswick Town, by Jennifer L. Gabriel, pp. 71-93
  • NAGPRA’s Impact on Academic Research in North Carolina and the Southeast, by William C. Broughton, pp. 94-121
  • Research Note: Indian Rock on the Dan River, by Christopher T. Espenshade, pp. 122-127
  • Archaeology at Colonial Brunswick, by Stanley South (book review), by Alexander J. Keown, pp. 128-130
  • Archaeologists as Activists: Can Archaeologists Change the World?, edited by M. Jay Stottman (book review), by Hannah P. Smith, pp. 130-136

  • 1The name of the journal changed from Southern Indian Studies to North Carolina Archaeology with volume 46 in 1997.