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TDOA Staff Publications

The following presents a partial bibliography of Tennessee-related archaeological research published by Tennessee Division of Archaeology employees, and works by former Division employees using data collected while at the TDOA. At this time the list does not include unpublished technical reports, site inspections, book reviews, or newsletter/informal publications.

Ball, Donald B. and Samuel D. Smith

2008      Notes on an 1811 Paper Mill in Smith County, Tennessee. Ohio Valley Historical Archaeology, Vol. 23, pp. 8-13.

Barker, Gary and John B. Broster

1993     Recent Excavations at the Austin Cave Site: A Late Pleistocene through Early Holocene Occupation in North Central Tennessee. Current Research in the Pleistocene 10:1-3.

1996     The Johnson Site (40Dv400): A Sated Paleoindian and Early Archaic Occupation in Tennessee's Central Basin. Journal of Alabama Archaeology 42(2):97-153.

Barker, Gary and Carl Kuttruff

2010     A Summary of Exploratory and Salvage Archaeological Investigations at the Brick Church Pike Mound Site (40DV39), Davidson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Archaeology 5(1):5-30.

Benthall, Joseph L

1973      Archaeological Investigations of the Netherland Inn Complex. Tennessee Historical Commission and Netherland Inn Association, Inc., Kingsport, Tennessee.

1980     The Meeks Site Excavation Montgomery County Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 5, Nashville.

1986     Archaeological Testing of Site 40DK36 DeKalb County, Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 1, Nashville.

1995     An Archaeological Reconnaissance of Portions of the Hiwassee and Ocoee Rivers in Polk, Bradley and McMinn Counties, Tennessee, 1985-1986. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 12, Nashville.

Bentz, Charles, Jr. (editor)

1995     The Aenon Creek Site (40MU493): Late Archaic, Middle Woodland and Historic Settlement and Subsistence in the Middle Duck River Drainage of Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Miscellaneous Publications No. 1, Nashville.

1996     The Bailey Site (40GL26): Late Archaic, Middle Woodland, and Historic Settlement and Subsistence in the Lower Elk River Drainage of Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Miscellaneous Publications No. 2, Nashville.

1997     Archaeological Investigations at the Forbus Site (40FN122): An Unplowed Multicomponent site in the Eastern Highland Rim of Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Miscellaneous  Publications No. 5, Nashville.

Blankenship, Sarah A. Bruce Kaiser, and Michael C. Moore

2013     X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis of Two Metal Beads from the David Davis Farm Site (40HA301), Hamilton County, Tennessee. Tennessee Archaeology 7(1):76-82.

Brandon, Jamie C. and Robert C. Mainfort, Jr.

1995     Textile Impressed Ceramics from the Oliver Site, Obion County, Tennessee. Tennessee Anthropologist 20(1):58-73.

Breitburg, Emmanuel

1983     An Analysis of Faunal Remains from Wynnewood State Historic Site, Sumner County, Tennessee, and its Implications to Tennessee Plantation Site Archaeology in the Central Basin. Tennessee Anthropologist 8(2):133-181.

Breitburg, Emmanuel, John B. Broster, Arthur L. Reesman, and Richard G. Stearns

1996     The Coats-Hines Site: Tennessee's First Paleoindian-Mastodon Association. Current Research in the Pleistocene 13:6-8.

Breitburg, Emmanuel, and John B. Broster

1994     Paleoindian Site, Lithic, and Mastodon Distributions in Tennessee. Current Research in the Pleistocene 11:9-11.

1995     Clovis and Cumberland Projectile Points of Tennessee: Quantitative and Qualitative Attributes and Morphometric Affinities. Current Research in the Pleistocene 12:4-6.

1997     A Record of Late-Pleistocene Stout-legged Llama, Palaeolama mirifica Simpson, in Tennessee. Current Research in the Pleistocene 14: 135-136. 

Broster, John B. and Gary Barker

1992     Second Report of Investigations at the Johnson Site (40DV400): The 1991 Field Season. Tennessee Anthropologist 17(2):120-130.

Broster, John B.

1982     Paleo-Indian Habitation at the Pierce Site (40Cs24); Chester County, Tennessee. Tennessee Anthropologist 7:93-104.

1988     Burial Patterns for the Mississippian Period in Middle Tennessee. Tennessee Anthropologist 13(1): 1-15. 

1989     A Preliminary Survey of Paleo-Indian Sites in Tennessee. Current Research in the Pleistocene 6:29-31.

1998     Tennessee Paleoindians, In The Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture, edited by Carroll Van West, pp. 719-720. The Tennessee Historical Society, Rutledge Hill Press, Nashville, TN. 

Broster, John B., David P. Johnson, and Mark R. Norton

1991     The Johnson Site: A Dated Clovis-Cumberland Occupation in Tennessee. Current Research in the Pleistocene 8:8-10.

Broster, John B., Lou C. Adin, and Robert C. Mainfort, Jr. 

1980     Archaeological Investigations at Pinson Mounds State Archaeological Area: 1974 and 1975 Field Seasons. In Archaeological Investigations at Pinson Mounds State Archaeological Area: 1974, 1975, and 1978 Field Seasons, edited by Robert C. Mainfort, pp. 1-90. Research Series No. 1, Division of Archaeology, Tennessee Department of Conservation, Nashville. 

Broster, John B. and Mark R. Norton

1990     Lithic Analysis and Paleo-Indian Utilization of the Twelkemeier Site (40HS173). Tennessee Anthropologist 15:115-131.

1990b   Paleoindian Fluted Point and Site Survey in Tennessee the 1989 Season. Current research in the Pleistocene 7: 5-7. 

1992     Paleoindian Projectile Point and Site Survey in Tennessee: 1988-1992. In Paleoindian and Early Archaic Period Research in the Lower Southeast: A South Carolina Perspective, edited by David G. Anderson, Kenneth E. Sassaman, and   Christopher Judge, pp. 263-68. Council of South Carolina Professional Archaeologists, Columbia.

1993     The Carson-Conn-Short Site (40BN190): An Extensive Clovis Habitation in Benton County, Tennessee. Current Research in the Pleistocene 10:3-5.

1996     Recent Paleoindian Research in Tennessee. In The Paleoindian and Early Archaic Southeast. Edited by David G. Anderson and Kenneth E. Sassaman, pp. 288-297. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

1999     A Note on OCR Dates from the Carson-Conn-Short Site (40BN190), Benton County Tennessee. Current Research in the Pleistocene 16:15-16.

2009     The Sinclair Site (40Wy111): A Clovis Quarry along the Buffalo River in Wayne County, Tennessee. Current Research in the Pleistocene 26:35-36

2018     Carson-Conn-Short (40BN190): Clovis Lithic Procurement in the Tennessee River Valley. In In the Eastern Fluted Point Tradition Volume II, edited by Joseph A. M. Gingerich, pp. 1-15. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Broster, John B., Mark. R. Norton, and Richard Anderson

1991     Clovis and Cumberland Sites in the Kentucky Lake Region. Current Research in the Pleistocene 8:10-12.

Broster, John B., Mark R. Norton, Bobby Hulan, and Ellis Durham

2006     A Preliminary Analysis of Clovis through Early Archaic Components at the Widemeier Site (40DV9), Davidson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Archaeology 2(2):120-127.

Broster, John B., Mark. R. Norton, D. Shane Miller, Jesse W. Tune, and Jon D. Baker

2013     Tennessee’s Paleoindian Record: The Cumberland and Lower Tennessee Watersheds. In In the Eastern Fluted Point Tradition, edited by Joseph A. M. Gingerich, pp. 299-314. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Broster, John B., Mark. R. Norton, Dennis J. Stanford, C. Vance Haynes, Jr., and Margaret A. Jodry

1994     Eastern Clovis Adaptations in the Tennessee River Valley. Current Research in the Pleistocene 11:12-14.

1996     Stratified Fluted Point Deposits in the Western Valley of Tennessee. In Proceedings of the 14th Annual Mid-South Archaeological Conference. Panamerican Consultants, Inc. Special Publications 1, Memphis. pp. 1-11.

Broster, John B., Mark. R. Norton, Bobby Hulan, and Ellis Durham 

2008     Paleoindian and Early Archaic Occupations of the Widemeier Site (40DV9), Davidson County, Tennessee. Current Research in the Pleistocene 25(1): 64-66.

Broster, John B. and Lee Schneider

1976     Pinson Mounds: A Middle Woodland Mortuary Center in West Tennessee. Central States Archaeological Journal 23(1):19-26.

1977     Settlement and Subsistence: An Analysis of Middle Woodland Sites on the South Fork of the Forked Deer River, West Tennessee. Journal of Alabama Archaeology 21(1):58-69. 

Buikstra, Jane E, William Autry, Emanuel Breitburg, Leslie Eisenberg, Nikolaas Van Der Merwe

1988     Diet and Health in the Nashville Basin: Human Adaptation and Maize Agriculture in Middle Tennessee.  In Diet and Subsistence: Current Archaeological Perspectives, edited by B. V. Kennedy and G. M. LeMoine, pp. 243-259.      Proceedings of the Nineteenth Annual Conference of the Archaeological Association of the University of Calgary.

Butler, Brian M. 

1977     The Yearwood Site: A Specialized Middle Woodland Occupation in Middle Tennessee. Tennessee Anthropologist 2(1):1-15.

1981    Sellars: A Small Mound Center in the Hinterlands. Tennessee Anthropologist 6(1):37-60. 

Cimprich, John and Robert C. Mainfort, Jr.

1985     Dr. Fitch's Report on the Fort Pillow Massacre. Tennessee Historical Quarterly 44(1):27-39.

1989     The Fort Pillow Massacre: A Statistical Note. The Journal of American History 76(3):830-837.

Corgan, James X. and Emmanuel Breitburg

1996     Tennessee's Prehistoric Vertebrates.  Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Division of Geology Bulletin 84, Nashville.

Cridlebaugh, Patricia A

1986     Penitentiary Branch: A Late Archaic Cumberland River Shell Midden in Middle Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 4, Nashville. Second edition, edited by Aaron Deter-Wolf, 2017.

Deter-Wolf, Aaron

2013     Needle in a Haystack: Examining the Archaeological Evidence for Prehistoric Tattooing. In Drawing with Great Needles: Ancient Tattooing in Eastern North America, edited by Aaron Deter-Wolf and C. Diaz-Granados, pp. 43-72.          University of Texas Press, Austin.

2013     (editor) Fernvale (40WM51): A Late Archaic Occupation along the South Harpeth River in Williamson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 19, Nashville.

2014     Archaeological Testing at Glass Mounds (40WM3), Williamson County. Poster presented at the 26th Annual Meeting for Current Research in Tennessee Archaeology, Nashville, TN. 

2017     (editor) Penitentiary Branch: A Late Archaic Cumberland River Shell Midden in Middle Tennessee. By Patricia A. Cridlebaugh. 2nd editon. Report of Investigations No. 4. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Division of Archaeology, Nashville.

Deter-Wolf, Aaron and Thaddeus G. Bissett

2019     Reassessing Middle Archaic Stratigraphy and Chronology of the Anderson Site. In The Cumberland River Archaic of Middle Tennessee, edited by Tanya M. Peres and Aaron Deter-Wolf.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Deter-Wolf, Aaron and John B. Broster

2008     New Finds of Paleoindian and Early Archaic Sites along Sulphur Fork in Montgomery County, Tennessee. Tennessee Archaeology 3(2):157-162.

Deter-Wolf, Aaron and Carol Diaz-Granados (editors)

2013     Drawing with Great Needles: Ancient Tattoo Traditions in Eastern North America. University of Texas Press, Austin.

Deter-Wolf, Aaron, Sunny Fleming, and Sarah Levithol Eckhardt.

2018     Return to the Great Mound Group: 2016 Investigations at Mound Bottom State Archaeological Area. Tennessee Archaeology 9(2):103-116.

Deter-Wolf, Aaron and Michael C. Moore

2015     The Riverbend Prison Site (40DV83): A Late Archaic and Early Woodland Camp along the Cumberland River in Davidson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 19, Nashville.

Deter-Wolf, Aaron and Tanya M. Peres

2012     Recent Research in the Middle Cumberland River Valley: Introduction to the Special Volume. Tennessee Archaeology 6(1-2):5-17.

2013     Flint, Bone, and Thorns: Using Ethnohistorical Data, Experimental Archaeology, and Microscopy to Examine Ancient Tattooing in Eastern North America. In Tattoos and Body Modifications in Antiquity: Proceedings of the Sessions at the  Annual Meetings of the European Association of Archaeologist in The Hague and Oslo, 2010/11, edited by Philippe Della Casa and Constanze Witt, pp. 35-48.  Zurich Studies in Archaeology 9. Chronos-Verlag, Zurich.

2014     Embedded: 5,000 Years of Shell Symbolism in the Southeast. In Trends and Traditions in Southeastern Zooarchaeology, edited by Tanya M. Peres, pp. 161-185. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

2019     Introduction. In The Cumberland River Archaic of Middle Tennessee, edited by Tanya M. Peres and Aaron Deter-Wolf.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

2019     Tattoo Bundles as Archaeological Correlates for Ancient Body Ritual in Eastern North America. In Shamans, Priests, Practice, Belief: Archaeological Examinations of Religion and Ritual in the Eastern Woodlands, edited by edited by  Stephen B. Carmody and Casey R. Barrier. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Deter-Wolf, Aaron Benoît Robitaille, and Isaac Walters

2017     Scratching the Surface: Mistaken Identifications of Tattoo Tools from Eastern North America. In Ancient Ink: The Archaeology of Tattooing, edited by Lars Krutak and Aaron Deter-Wolf, pp. 193-209. University of Washington Press, Seattle.

Deter-Wolf, Aaron, and Leslie Straub.

2019     Archaic Shell-Bearing Site Investigations in the Middle Cumberland River Valley. In The Cumberland River Archaic of Middle Tennessee, edited by Tanya M. Peres and Aaron Deter-Wolf.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Deter-Wolf, Aaron, Jesse W. Tune, and John B. Broster.

2011     Excavations and Dating of Late Pleistocene and Paleoindian Deposits at the Coats-Hines Site, Williamson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Archaeology 5(2):142-156.

Eckhardt, Sarah Levithol and Hannah Guidry

2018     The Copper Creek Site (40SU317): A Multicomponent Mortuary Site in Goodlettsville, Sumner County, Tennessee. Tennessee Archaeology 9(2):135-155.

Fielder, George E. 

1976     Folk Architecture in Tennessee: A Call for New Directions. Tennessee Anthropologist 1(1):48-57.

Froeschauer, John D., Peggy S. Froeschauer, and Charles P. Stripling

1986     Archaeological Survey of State-Owned Lands conducted by Tennessee Division of Archaeology 1982-1984. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No.3, Nashville.

Gillreath-Brown, Andrew and Aaron Deter-Wolf

2019     Modeling Archaic Settlement Patterns and Ecology in the Middle Cumberland River Valley of Tennessee. In The Cumberland River Archaic of Middle Tennessee, edited by Tanya M. Peres and Aaron Deter-Wolf.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Jolley, Robert L.

1983     Archaeological Investigations at the Clifton Place Plantation, Maury County, Tennessee. Miscellaneous paper No. 9, Tennessee Anthropological Association, Knoxville, Tennessee.

1978     Archaeological Reconnaissance along the Cumberland River in the Outer Nashville Basin and the Western Highland Rim. Tennessee Anthropologist 3(2):129-144.

1979     Archaeological Reconnaissance in the Headwaters of the Caney Fork River in Middle Tennessee. Tennessee Anthropologist 4(1):32-62.

1983a   North American Historic Sites Zooarchaeology. Historical Archaeology 17(2):64-79.

1983b   Mississippian Adaptations to the Middle Cumberland Drainage of Central Tennessee. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 8(1):73-90.

Jones, J. Scott, John Broster, and Mark R. Norton

2010     Paleoindian Lithic Raw-Material Use in the Tennessee River Valley. Current Research in the Pleistocene 27: 105-107. 

Kay, Marvin and Robert Mainfort, Jr.

2014     Functional Analysis of Prismatic Blades and Bladelets from Pinson Mounds, Tennessee. Journal of Archaeological Science 50:63-83.

Kuttruff, Carl

2010     Fort Loudoun in Tennessee, 1756-1760: History, Archaeology, Replication, Exhibits, and Interpretation. Tennessee. Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 17, Nashville.

Kwas, Mary L. and Robert C. Mainfort, Jr.

1986      The Johnson Site: Precursor to Pinson Mounds? Tennessee Anthropologist 11(1):29-41.

2007     Antiquarians’ Perspectives on Pinson Mounds Revisited: A Response to McNutt. Southeastern Archaeology 26(1):145-150.

Lawrence, William L. and Robert C. Mainfort, Jr.

1993     Excavations at 40LK1, A Mississippian Substructural Mound in the Reelfoot Basin, Lake County, Tennessee. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 18(1):18-34.

Levithol, Sarah A., Michael C. Moore, and W. Steven Spears

2015     The Algood SR-42 Project: Report on Phase II Excavations in Putnam County, Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 18, Nashville.

Mainfort, Robert C., Jr.

1980a   Archaeological Investigations at Ft. Pillow State Historic Area: 1976-78. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 4, Nashville.

1980b(editor)  Archaeological Investigations at Pinson Mounds State Archaeological Area:  1974, 1975, and 1978 Field Seasons. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 1, Nashville.

1986a   Pinson Mounds: A Middle Woodland Ceremonial Center. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 7, Nashville.

1986b   Pre- and Early Marksville Ceramics and Chronology in the Mid-South: A Perspective from Pinson Mounds. In The Tchula Period in the Mid-South and Lower Mississippi Valley, edited by David H. Dye, pp. 52-62. Archaeological Report 17, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson.

1988a   Middle Woodland Ceremonialism at Pinson Mounds, Tennessee. American Antiquity 53(1):158-173.

1988b   Pinson Mounds: Internal Chronology and External Relationships. In Middle Woodland Settlement and Ceremonialism in the Mid-South and Lower Mississippi Valley: Proceedings of the 1984 Mid-South Archaeological Conference Archaeological, edited by Robert C. Mainfort, Jr., pp. 132-146. Archaeological Report No. 22. Archaeological Report 17, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson.

1988(editor) Middle Woodland Settlement and Ceremonialism in the Mid-South and Lower Mississippi Valley: Proceedings of the 1984 Mid-South Archaeological Conference. Archaeological Report No. 22, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson.

1994     Archaeological Investigations in the Obion River Drainage:  the West Tennessee Tributaries Project. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 10, Nashville.

1996a   Late Period Chronology in the Central Mississippi Valley: A Western Tennessee Perspective. Southeastern Archaeology 15(2):172-181.

1996b   Pinson Mounds and the Middle Woodland Period in the Midsouth and Lower Mississippi Valley. In A View from the Core: A Conference Synthesizing Ohio Hopewell Archaeology, edited by Paul J. Pacheco, pp. 370-391. Ohio            Archaeological Council, Columbus.

1997     Putative Poverty Point Phases in Western Tennessee: A Reappraisal. Tennessee Anthropologist 22(1):72-91.

2013     Pinson Mounds: Middle Woodland Ceremonialism in the Midsouth. University of Arkansas Press, Fayetteville.

Mainfort, Robert C., Jr., John B. Broster, and  Karen M. Johnson

1982     Recent Radiocarbon Determinations for the Pinson Mounds Site. Tennessee Anthropologist 7(1): 14-19. 

Mainfort, Robert C., Jr. and J. Shawn Chapman

1994     West Tennessee Ceramic Typology, Part I: Tchula and Middle Woodland Periods. Tennessee Anthropologist 19(2):148-179.

Mainfort, Robert C., Jr., James W. Cogswell, Michael J. O'Brien, Hector Neff, and Michael D. Glascock

1997     Neutron Activation Analysis of Pottery from Pinson Mounds and Nearby Sites in Western Tennessee: Local Production vs. Long-Distance Importation. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 22(1):43-68.

Mainfort, Robert C., Jr. and Mary L. Kwas.

1991     Bat Creek Stone: Judeans in Tennessee? Tennessee Anthropologist 16(1):1-19.

1993     The Bat Creek Stone Fraud: A Final Statement. Tennessee Anthropologist 18(2):87-93.

2004     The Bat Creek Stone Revisited: A Fraud Exposed. American Antiquity 69(4):761-769.

Mainfort, Robert C., Jr. and Charles H. McNutt

2004     Calibrated Radiocarbon Chronology of Pinson Mounds and Middle Woodland in the Midsouth. Southeastern Archaeology 23(1):12-24.

Mainfort, Robert C., Jr. and Michael C. Moore

1991     Archaeological Investigations at 40LK3 and Implications for Future Management Decisions at Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee. Tennessee Archaeologist 16(2):180-197.

1998     Graves Lake: A Late Mississippian Period Village in Lauderdale County, Tennessee. In Changing Perspectives on the Archaeology of the Central Mississippi Valley, edited by Michael J. O’Brien and Robert C. Dunnell, pp. 99-123. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Mainfort, Robert C., Jr., George W. Shannon, and Jack E. Tyler.

1985     1983 Excavations at Pinson Mounds: The Twin Mounds. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 10(1):49-75.

Mainfort, Robert C., Jr. and Richard Walling

1992     1989 Excavations at Pinson Mounds: Ozier Mound. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 17(1):112-136.

McNutt, Charles H. John B. Broster, and Mark R. Norton

2008     A Surface Collection from the Kirk Point Site (40HS174), Humphreys County, Tennessee. Tennessee Archaeology 3(1):25-76.

Miller, D. Shane, Thaddeus G. Bissett, Tanya M. Peres, David Anderson, Stephen B. Carmody, and Aaron Deter-Wolf

2019     Geoarchaeology and Bayesian Statistical Modeling of Radiocarbon Dates from 40CH171, a Multicomponent Shell-Bearing Site in Cheatham County, Tennessee. In The Cumberland River Archaic of Middle Tennessee, edited by Tanya M. Peres and Aaron Deter-Wolf.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Miller, D. Shane, John B. Broster, Gary L. Barker, David G. Anderson, and Stephen B. Carmody

2012     A Preliminary Report on the Sanders Site #1 (40CH193), Cheatham County, Tennessee. Tennessee Archaeology 6 (1 & 2): 31-39. 

Moore, Michael C.

1989     A Review of the Tennessee State Cemetery Law and its Effect upon Archaeological Data Recovery and Site Preservation. Tennessee Anthropologist 14(1):64-76.

1998     An Updated Review of the Tennessee State Cemetery Law and Other Statutes Regarding Prehistoric Burial Removal. Tennessee Anthropologist 23(1-2):58-68.

1999 (2002)  Middle Woodland Settlement in the Upper Cumberland River Valley: An Example from Jackson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Anthropologist 24(1-2):60-77

2004     Early Investigations at Gordontown (40DV6): Results of an 1877 Exploration Sponsored by the Peabody Museum at Harvard University. Tennessee Archaeology 1(1):58-68.

2005     The Brentwood Library Site:  A Mississippian Town on the Little Harpeth River, Williamson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 15, Nashville.

2006     A Nashville Style Shell Gorget from the Jarman Farm Site, Williamson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Archaeology 2(1):59-61.

2018     A Preliminary Assessment of Mississippian Settlement in the Little Harpeth River Watershed: The Inglehame Farm Site (40WM342) Revisited. Tennessee Archaeology 9(2):117-134.

Moore, Michael C. and Emanuel Breitburg

1998     Gordontown:  Salvage Archaeology at a Mississippian Town in Davidson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 6, Nashville.

Moore, Michael C., Emanuel Breitburg, John T. Dowd, C. Paris Stripling, and John B. Broster

1992     Archaeological Investigations at 40DV35: A Multicomponent Site in the Cumberland River Valley, Davidson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Anthropologist 17:54-78.

Moore, Michael C., Emanuel Breitburg, Kevin E. Smith, and Mary Beth Trubitt

2006     One Hundred Years of Archaeology at Gordontown: A Fortified Mississippian Town in Middle Tennessee. Southeastern Archaeology 25(1):89-109.

Moore, Michael C., David H. Dye, and Kevin E. Smith

2016     WPA Excavations at the Mound Bottom and Pack Sites in Middle Tennessee, 1936-1940. In New Deal Archaeology in Tennessee: Intellectual, Methodological, and Theoretical Contributions, edited by David H. Dye, pp. 116-137. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

Moore, Michael C., Mark R. Norton, and Kevin E. Smith

1992     Upland Archaeology in the Cumberland River Valley: An Analysis of Limited Test Excavations at 40DV256, Davidson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Anthropologist 17(2):131-155.

Moore, Michael C. and Kevin E. Smith

1993     A Report on the 1992 Archaeological Investigations at the Brandywine Pointe Site (40DV247), Davidson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of       Investigations No. 9, Nashville. Revised electronic edition edited by Aaron Deter-Wolf, 2018.

2001     Archaeological Excavations at the Rutherford-Kizer Site:  A Mississippian Mound Center in Sumner County, Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 13, Nashville.  Revised electronic edition edited by Aaron Deter-Wolf and Mike C. Moore, 2016.

2009     Archaeological Expeditions of the Peabody Museum in Middle Tennessee, 1877-1884. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 16, Nashville.

Moore, Michael C., Kevin E. Smith, Aaron Deter-Wolf, and Emily L. Beahm

2014     Distribution and Context of Worked Crystalline Artifacts from the Middle Cumberland Region of Tennessee. Southeastern Archaeology 33:25-31.

Moore, Michael C., Kevin S. Smith, Aaron Deter-Wolf, and David E. Stuart

2016      A Retrospective Peek at the Career of John Bertram Broster. Tennessee Archaeology 8(1-2):8-23.

Moore, Michael C., Kevin E. Smith and Stephen T. Rogers

2010     Middle Tennessee Archeology and the Enigma of the George Woods. Tennessee Historical Quarterly 69(4): 320-329.

Moore, Michael C., C. Parris Stripling, John T. Dowd, and Richard D. Taylor, Jr.

1990     The Anderson Site Revisited: Results of Recent Investigations at 40WM9, Williamson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Anthropologist 15(2):82-95.

Nami, Hugo G., Mark R. Norton, Dennis J. Stanford, and John B. Broster

1996     Comments on Eastern Clovis Lithic Technology at the Carson Conn Short Site (40bn190), Tennessee River Valley. Current Research in the Pleistocene 13: 62-64. 

Nance, Benjamin C. 

1992     Historical Research and Archaeological Testing at the Cordell Hull Birthplace State Historic Site, Pickett County, Tennessee. M.A. Thesis, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

2001     The Trail of Tears in Tennessee: A Study of the Routes Used During the Cherokee Removal of 1838. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 15, Nashville.

2004     A Survey of Sites Related to the American Revolution and War of 1812 in Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 16, Nashville

2005     Test Excavations on Roper’s Knob:  A Fortified Union Signal Station in Franklin, Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 10, Nashville.

2006     Archaeological Investigations on Ropers Knob: A Fortified Civil War Site in Williamson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Archaeology 2(2):83-106

2007     An Archaeological Survey of World War II Military Sites in Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 13, Nashville.

Nance, Benjamine C., and Sarah Levithol Eckhardt

2015     Archaeological Survey of Tennessee's Rosenwald Schools. Poster presented at the  2015National Rosenwald Schools Conference, Durham, North Carolina. 

2018     Archaeological Survey of Tennessee's Rosenwald Schools. Poster presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology, New Orleans, Louisianna.  

Norton, Mark R.

2008     Obsidian Research in Tennessee and Alabama. Tennessee Archaeology 3(2):123-130.

Norton, Mark R. and John B. Broster

1992     40HS200: The Nuckolls Extension Site. Tennessee Anthropologist 17:13-32.

1992b  The Puckett Site (40SW228): A Paleoindian/Early Archaic Occupation on the Cumberland River, Stewart County, Tennessee. Current research in the Pleistocene 9:34-35. 

1993     Archaeological Investigations at the Puckett Site (40SW228): A Paleoindian/Early Archaic Occupation on the Cumberland River, Stewart County, Tennessee. Tennessee Anthropologist 18(1):45-58.

2004     The Sogom Site (40DV68): A Mississippian Farmstead on Cockrill Bend, Davidson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Archaeology 1(1):2-17.

2008     An Overview of Paleoindian Lithics at the Carson-Conn-Short Site (40BN190), Benton County, Tennessee. Current Research in the Pleistocene 25:125-127.

Norton, Mark R., John B. Broster, and Emanuel Breitburg

1998     The Trull Site (40PY276). Current Research in the Pleistocene 15:50-51.

Norton, Mark R., John B. Broster, Dennis Burgess, and Larry Mabrey

2011     The Burgess-Mabrey Site: 40JK267, Jackson County, Tennessee. Current Research in the Pleistocene 28:67-68.

Norton, Mark R. and Kevin E. Smith

2015     The Special Needs Prison Project: Archaeological Investigations at Four Sites in Cockrill Bend, Davidson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 17, Nashville.

O’Brien, Michael J., James W. Cogswell, Robert C. Mainfort, Jr., Hector Neff, and Michael D. Glascock

1995     Neutron-Activation Analysis of Campbell Appliquéd Pottery from Southeastern Missouri and Western Tennessee: Implications for Late Mississippian Intersite Relations. Southeastern Archaeology 14(2):181-94.

O’Brien, Michael J. and Carl Kuttruff

2012     The 1974-75 Excavations At Mound Bottom, A Palisaded Mississippian Center in Cheatham County, Tennessee. Southeastern Archaeology 31(1):70-86.

Owsley, Douglas W., Karin S. Bruwelheide, Larry W. Cartmell, Laurie E. Burgess, Shelly J. Foote, Skye M. Chang, and Nick Fielder

2006     The Man in the Iron Coffin: An Interdisciplinary Effort to Name the Past. Historical Archaeology 40(3):89-108.

Peres, Tanya M. and Aaron Deter-Wolf.

2016a    The Shell-Bearing Archaic in the Middle Cumberland River Valley. Southeastern Archaeology 35(3):237-250.

2016b    Reinterpreting the use of Garfish (Family: Lepisosteidae) in the Archaeological Record of the American Southeast. In People with Animals: Perspectives and Studies in Ethnozooarchaeology, edited by L. Broderick, pp. 103-114. Oxbow Press, Oxford.

2018a    Finding the Positive in the Negative: Archaeology and Data Collection in the Face of Natural Disasters. Advances in Archaeological Practice 6(4):288-297.

2018b    Introduction. In Baking, Bourbon, and Black Drink: Foodways Archaeology in the American Southeast, edited by Tanya M. Peres and Aaron Deter-Wolf. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

2019     A New View of the Shell-Bearing Archaic in the Middle Cumberland River Valley. In The Cumberland River Archaic of Middle Tennessee, edited by Tanya M. Peres and Aaron Deter-Wolf. University Press of Florida.

2019     The 2010 Cumberland River Survey Emergency Survey and Archaic Shell Site Composition in the Western Middle Cumberland River Valley. In The Cumberland River Archaic of Middle Tennessee, edited by Tanya M. Peres and Aaron Deter-Wolf.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Peres, Tanya M. and Aaron Deter-Wolf (editors)

2018     Foodways Archaeology in the Southeastern United States. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.

2019     The Cumberland River Archaic of Middle Tennessee. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Peres, Tanya M., Aaron Deter-Wolf, Kelly L. Ledford, Joey Keasler, Ryan Robinson, and Andrew Wyatt

2019     Archaeological Investigations at 40DV7. In The Cumberland River Archaic of Middle Tennessee, edited by Tanya M. Peres and Aaron Deter-Wolf.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Peres, Tanya M., Aaron Deter-Wolf, Joey Keasler, and Shannon C. Hodge

2016     Faunal Remains from an Archaic Period Cave in the Southeastern United States. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 8: 187-199.

Peres, Tanya M., Aaron Deter-Wolf, and Gage A. Myers

2012     Zooarchaeological Analysis of a Multicomponent Shell-Bearing Site in Davidson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Archaeology 6(1-2):40-52.

Prouty, Fred M. and Gary L. Barker

1996     A Survey of Civil War Period Military Sites in West Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 11, Nashville. 

Rogers, Stephen T. and Samuel D. Smith

2003     Pottery. In Art of Tennessee, pp.110-111. Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville.

Smith, Kevin E.

1993     Archaeology at Old Town (40WM2): A Mississippian Mound-Village Center in Williamson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Anthropologist 18(1):27-44.

Smith, Kevin E. and Michael C. Moore

1994     Excavation of a Mississippian Farmstead at the Brandywine Pointe Site (40DV247), Cumberland River Valley, Tennessee. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 19(2):198-222

1995     Borrow Pits and Archaeological Sites: Case Studies and a Report on the Armes Site (40DV444). Tennessee Anthropologist 20(1):1-17.

1996     The Hooper Site (40DV234): A Mississippian Village in Davidson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Miscellaneous Publications No. 3, Nashville.

2012     Changing Interpretations of Sandbar Village (40DV36): Mississippian Hamlet, Village or Mound Center? Tennessee Archaeology 6(1-2):105-138.

2013     Professional and Avocational Partnerships: Alive and Well in Middle Tennessee. SAA Archaeological Record 13(2):18-23.

2018     Middle Cumberland Mississippian Archaeology: Past, Present, and Future Directions. Tennessee Archaeology 9(2):170-200.

Smith, Kevin E., C. Parris Stripling, and Michael C. Moore

1993     The Brick Church Pike Business Park Site (40DV301): Salvage Excavations at a Mississippian Hamlet. Tennessee Anthropologist 18(2):94-116.

Smith, Samuel D.

1975     Archaeological Explorations at the Castalian Springs, Tennessee, Historic Site. Tennessee Historical Commission with assistance from the National Park Service, Federal Grant No. 47-73-00022.

1976 (editor)     An Archaeological and Historical Assessment of the First Hermitage. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 2, Nashville.

1977     Plantation Archaeology at the Hermitage: Some Suggested Patterns. Tennessee Anthropologist 2(2):152-163.

1980     Historical Background and Archaeological Testing of the Davy Crockett Birthplace State Historic Area, Greene County, Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 6, Nashville.         

1981     Annotated Bibliography for Historical Archaeology in Tennessee, Through 1980. Tennessee Anthropological Association, Miscellaneous Paper No. 7. Knoxville.

1982     Archaeological Excavations in Search of the Site of Fort San Fernando de las Barrancas. Tennessee Division of Archaeology for the Tennessee Historical Commission, the Tennessee Department of Conservation's Planning and  Development Division, and the Shelby County Historical Commission, Memphis.

1983     Excavation of a Mid-Nineteenth Century Trash Pit, Wynnewood State Historical Site, Sumner County, Tennessee. Tennessee Anthropologist 8(2):133-181.

1985a    Woodlawn Mansion, Nashville, Tennessee: History, Architecture, and Archaeology. Printed with funding from Northern Telecom, Nashville.

1985b    Fort Southwest Point, A New View. The Tennessee Conservationist, November/December, Vol. LI, No. 6, pp. 4-5. Tennessee Department of Conservation, Nashville.

1986     A Tennessee Tobacco Pipe Mold. Historic Clay Tobacco Pipe Studies, Vol. 3, pp. 48-52. Edited and published by Byron Sudbury, Ponca City, Oklahoma.

1990a    Site Survey as a Method for Determining Historic Site Significance. Historical Archaeology 24(2):34-41.

1990b    Buttons and Brick: Some Architectural Information from Smith County, Tennessee. Tennessee Anthropologist 15(2):96-114.

1993     Fort Southwest Point Archaeological Site, Kingston, Tennessee:  A Multidisciplinary Interpretation. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 9, Nashville.          

1994     Excavation Data for Civil War Era Military Sites in Middle Tennessee. In Look to the Earth, Historical Archaeology and the American Civil War, pp. 60-75, edited by Clarence R. Geier, Jr. and Susan E. Winter. The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville.

1996     A Bibliographic History of Historical Archaeology in Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Miscellaneous Publication No. 4, Nashville.      

1998a    Tennessee Archaeology Awareness Week: Some Smith County Connections. Smith County Historical and Genealogical Society Quarterly, Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 1-5. Carthage, Tennessee.

1998b    Fort Southwest Point. In The Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture, pp. 330-331, edited by Carroll Van West. Tennessee Historical Society, Rutledge Hill Press, Nashville.

1998c    Meigs, Return Jonathan. In The Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture, pp. 603-604, edited by Carroll Van West. Tennessee Historical Society, Rutledge Hill Press, Nashville.

1998d    Patterson Forge (Narrows of the Harpeth State Historical Area). In The Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture, p. 724, edited by Carroll Van West. Tennessee Historical Society, Rutledge Hill Press, Nashville.

1999     Seeking Sites, A Look at Tennessee’s Effort to Document Its Vast Civil War Legacy. Common Ground, Summer 1999, pp. 18-25. Archeology and Ethnology Program, National Park Service, Washington, DC.

2000     Military Sites in Tennessee. Tennessee Historical Quarterly 59(3):140-157.

2002     Index for the Tennessee Anthropologist and Miscellaneous Papers of the Tennessee Anthropological Association (1976-2000). Tennessee Anthropologist, Vol. 25, Nos. 1 & 2, pp. 1-83.

2007     Investigating Tennessee’s Historic-Period Archaeological Site Themes: A 30-Year Summary. Ohio Valley Historical Archaeology, Vol. 22, pp. 12-17.

Smith, Samuel D. and Larry McKee

2011     Recovery and Reburial of the Remains of an Unknown Civil War Soldier, Franklin, Tennessee. Tennessee Archaeology 5(2):173-191.

Smith, Samuel D. and Benjamin C. Nance

2000     An Archaeological Interpretation of the Site of Fort Blount, a 1790s Territorial Militia and Federal Military Post, Jackson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 12, Nashville.         

2003     A Survey of Civil War Era Military Sites in Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 14, Nashville.

2010     Archaeological Investigations at the Carter House State Historic Site, Franklin, Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 14, Nashville.

Smith, Samuel D., Fred M. Prouty, and Benjamin C. Nance

1990     A Survey of Civil War Period Military Sites in Middle Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 7, Nashville.

1991     A Preliminary Survey of Historic Period Gunmaking in Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 8, Nashville.

Smith, Samuel D. and Stephen T. Rogers

1979     A Survey of Historic Pottery Making in Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 3, Nashville.     

1989     Historical Information Concerning the Fort Blount-Williamsburg Site, Jackson County, Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 6, Nashville.           

2011     Tennessee Potteries, Pots, and Potters-1790s to 1950: Volumes 1 and 2. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 18, Nashville.

Smith, Samuel D., Charles P. Stripling, and James M. Brannon

1988     A Cultural Resource Survey of Tennessee's Western Highland Rim Iron Industry, 1790s-1930s. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Research Series No. 8, Nashville.

Smith, Samuel D. and Charlotte A. Watrin

1986     Zimmerle Brick Kiln. Tennessee Anthropologist, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 132-144. Tennessee Anthropological Association, Knoxville.

Spears, W. Steven, Thomas H. Bianchi, Abigayle Robbins, and Mary Beth D. Trubitt

1986     The State Route 1 Project: Test Excavations at Woodbury, Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations No. 2, Nashville.           

Spears, W. Steven, Michael C. Moore, and Kevin E. Smith

2008     Evidence for Early Mississippian Settlement of the Nashville Basin: Archaeological Explorations at the Spencer Site (40DV191). Tennessee Archaeology 3(1):3-24.

Stanford, Dennis J., Elmo León Canales, John B. Broster, and Mark R. Norton

2006     Clovis Blade Manufacture: Preliminary Data from the Carson-Conn-Short Site (40Bn190), Tennessee. Current Research in the Pleistocene 23:145-147.

Stoltman, James B., and Robert C. Mainfort, Jr..

2002     Minerals and Elements: Using Petrography to Reconsider the Findings of Neutron Activation in the Compositional Analysis of Ceramics from Pinson Mounds, Tennessee. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 27(1):1-33.