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No. 1: THE GRAND GULF MOUND: SALVAGE EXCAVATION OF AN EARLY MARKSVILLE BURIAL MOUND

No. 2: ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY IN MISSISSIPPI, 1974-1975

No. 3: TEOC CREEK A POVERTY POINT SITE IN CARROLL COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI

No. 4: THE DENTON SITE: A MIDDLE ARCHAIC OCCUPATION IN THE NORTHERN YAZOO BASIN, MISSISSIPPI

No. 5: THE HESTER SITE: AN EARLY ARCHAIC OCCUPATION IN MONROE COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI

No. 6: ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS IN MISSISSIPPI 1969-1977

No. 7: THE SLATE SITE A POVERTY POINT LAPIDARY INDUSTRY IN THE SOUTHERN YAZOO BASIN, MISSISSIPPI

No. 8: THE CONFEDERATE MAGAZINE AT FORT WADE GRAND GULF, MISSISSIPPI

No. 9: THE JAKETOWN SITE SURFACE COLLECTIONS FROM A POVERTY POINT REGIONAL CENTER IN THE YAZOO BASIN, MISSISSIPPI

No. 10: A REPORT ON ARCHAEOLOGICAL TEST EXCAVATIONS AT GOODE LAKE

No. 11: SURVEY AND EXCAVATION ALONG ARCHUSA CREEK

No. 12: THE GRAND VILLAGE OF THE NATCHEZ REVISITED

No. 13: THE CONFEDERATE UPPER BATTERY SITE, GRAND GULF, MISSISSIPPI EXCAVATIONS, 1982

No. 14: THE WILSFORD SITE, COAHOMA COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI

No. 15: NATCHEZ INDIAN ARCHAEOLOGY CULTURE CHANGE AND STABILITY IN THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

No. 16: AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE MISSISSIPPI CHOCTAW INDIANS

No. 17: THE TCHULA PERIOD IN THE MID-SOUTH AND LOWER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

No. 18: THE PROTOHISTORIC PERIOD IN THE MID-SOUTH: 1500-1700

No. 19: ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONS AT THE JACKSON LANDING/MULATTO BAYOU EARTHWORK

No. 20: PREHISTORIC SETTLEMENT PATTERNS IN a.,AY COUNTY. MISSISSIPPI

No. 21: EARLY MARKSVILLE PHASES IN THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY: A STUDY OF CULTURE CONTACT DYNAMICS

No. 22: MIDDLE WOODLAND SETILEMENT AND CEREMONIALISM IN THE MID-SOUTH AND LOWER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

No. 24: THE ARCHAIC PERIOD IN THE MID-SOUTH

No. 25: ARCHAEOLOGY OF EASTERN NORTH AMERICA PAPERS IN HONOR OF STEPHEN WILLIAMS

No. 26: THE MISSISSIPPI DE SOTO TRAIL MAPPING PROJECT

No. 27: MANY CHOCTAW STANDING

No. 28: ARCHEOLOGY OF THE FATHERLAND SITE: THE GRAND VILLAGE OF THE NATCHEZ

No. 29: RAW MATERIALS AND EXCHANGE IN THE MID-SOUTH

No. 30: FISHERFOLK, FARMERS, AND FRENCHMEN