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Archeological and historical resources of the Red River Basin by Hester A. DavisRS01
Nodena: An Account of 90 Years of Archeological Investigation in Southeast Mississippi County, Arkansas by Dan F. MorseRS04
Excavations at the Mineral Springs site, Howard County, Arkansas by Charles F. BohannonRS05
Quaternary geology of the lower Mississippi Valley by Roger T. SaucierRS06
The Brand Site: A Techno-Functional Study of a Dalton Site in Northeast Arkansas by Albert C. GoodyearRS07
The Cache River Archeological Project: An Experiment in Contract Archeology by Michael SchifferRS08
Prehistoric Plies: A Structural and Comparative Analysis of Cordage Netting Basketry and Fabric from Ozark Bluff Shelters (Publications on Archeology, Research Series No. 9) by Sandra Clements ScholtzRS09
Ozark Reservoir papers : archeology in west-central Arkansas, 1965-1970 by Michael P. HoffmanRS10
An Inquiry into the Locations and Characteristics of Jacob Bright's Trading House and William Montgomery's Tavern by Patrick MartinRS11
The Shallow Lake site (3UN9/52) and its place in regional prehistory by Martha Ann RolingsonRS12
Parkin: The 1978-1979 Archeological Investigations of a Cross County, Arkansas, Site by Phyllis A. MorseRS13
Settlement predictions in Sparta : a location analysis and cultural resource assessment in the uplands of Calhoun County, Arkansas by Robert H. LaffertyRS14
Arkansas archeology in review by Neal L. TrubowitzRS15
Fancy Hill : archeological studies in the Southern Ouachita mountains by Ann M. EarlyRS16
Human Adaptation in the Grand Marais Lowland: Intensive Archeological Survey and Testing in the Felsenthal Navigation Pool, Ouachita and Saline Rivers, Southern Arkansas by E. Thomas HemmingsRS17
Emerging patterns of Plum Bayou culture : preliminary investigations of the Toltec Mounds research project by Martha Ann RolingsonRS18
Powell Canal: Baytown Period Occupation on Bayou MacOn in South East Arkansas by John H. HouseRS19
The Mangrum site : mitigation through excavation and preservation in northeast Arkansas by Timothy C. KlingerRS20
Contributions to the archeology of the Great Bend region of the Red River Valley, southwest Arkansas by Frank F. SchambachRS22
Cedar Grove : an interdisciplinary investigation of a late Caddo farmstead in the Red River Valley by Neal L. TrubowitzRS23
The Alexander Site (Arkansas Archeological Survey Research Series No. 24) by E. Thomas HemmingsRS24
Gone to a Better Land: A Biohistory of a Rural Black Cemetery in the Post-Reconstruction South by Jerome C. RoseRS25
The Moser Farmstead : Independent But Not Isolated : The Archeology of a Late Nineteenth Century Ozark Farmstead by Leslie C. Stewart-AbernathyRS26
Contributions to Ozark prehistory by George SaboRS27
Surveyors of the Ancient Mississippi Valley by P. Clay SherrodRS28
Standridge: Caddoan Settlement in a Mountain Environment. 1988. by Ann M. EarlyRS29
Human Adaptation in the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains by George SaboRS31
Human Adaptations and Cultural Change in the Greater Southwest by Alan H. SimmonsRS32
From the Gulf to the Rio Grande: Human Adaptation in Central, South, and Lower Pecos Texas by Thomas R. HesterRS33
The Use of Multispectral Digital Imagery in Archaeological Investigations. 1989. by W. Fredrick LimpRS34
From Clovis to Comanchero: Archeological Overview of the Southern Great Plains by Jack L. HofmanRS35
The Archeological Literature of the South-Central United States. Vol. 3. Indexes. 1989. by W.Frederick LimpRS36
Archeology and Bioarcheology of the Lower Mississippi Valley and Trans-Mississippi South in Arkansas and Louisiana by Marvin D. JeterRS37
Archeology and Bioarcheology of the Gulf Coastal Plain by Dee Ann StoryRS38
Arkansas Before the Americans by Hester A. DavisRS40
The Albertson Site: A Deeply and Clearly Stratified Ozark Bluff Shelter by Don R. DicksonRS41
The Ables Creek Site : a protohistoric cemetery in southeast Arkansas by H. Edwin JacksonRS42
Caddoan Saltmakers in the Ouachita Valley: The Hardman Site by Ann M. EarlyRS43
Standards for Data Collection from Human Skeletal Remains: Proceedings of a Seminar at the Field Museum of Natural History by Jonathan HaasRS44
Holocene Human Adaptations in the Missouri Prairie-Timberlands by W. Raymond WoodRS45
Mounds, Embankments, and Ceremonialism in the Midsouth by Robert C. Mainfort, Jr.RS46
Archeological and Bioarcheological Resources of the Northern Plains by George C. FrisonRS47
Archeology and Paleoecology of the Central Great Plains by Jack L. HofmanRS48
Bioarcheology of the North Central United States by Douglas W. OwsleyRS49
Two Caddoan Farmsteads in the Red River Valley: The Archeology of the McLelland and Joe Clark Sites by David B. KellyRS51
Archeology and Bioarcheology of the Northern Woodlands by Elizabeth D. BenchleyRS52
Pre-Caddoan Cultures in the Trans-Mississippi South: A Beginning Sequence by Frank F. SchambachRS53
Bioarcheology of the South Central United States by Jerome C. RoseRS55
Forest Farmsteads: A Millennium of Human Occupation at Winding Stair in the Ouachita Mountains by Ann M. EarlyRS57
Mississippian Transitions at John's Lake: Data Recovery Excavations of Three Buried Sites in Northeast Arkansas by C. Andrew BuchnerRS60
CRM ON CRM: One Person’s Perspective on the Birth and Early Development of Cultural Resource Management by Charles R. McGimseyRS61
An Antebellum Ozark Community and the Civil War: The Archeology of the Second Mount Comfort Church (3WA880), Washington County, Arkansas (1840–ca. 1865) by Jerry E. HillardRS63

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