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Archaeology Publications

RESEARCH SERIES

No. 1.  Mainfort, Robert C., Jr.  1980.
Archaeological Investigations at Pinson Mounds State Archaeological Area:  1974, 1975, and 1978 Field Seasons.

No. 2.  Smith, Samuel D.  1976.
An Archaeological and Historical Assessment of the First Hermitage.

No. 3.  Smith, Samuel D. and Stephen T. Rogers. 1979.
A Survey of Historic Pottery Making in Tennessee.

No. 4.  Mainfort, Robert C., Jr.  1980.
Archaeological Investigations at Ft. Pillow State Historic Area: 1976-78.

No. 5.  Benthall, Joseph L.  1980.
The Meeks Site Excavation Montgomery County Tennessee.

No. 6.  Smith, Samuel D.  1980.
Historical Background and Archaeological Testing of the Davy Crockett Birthplace State Historic Area, Greene County, Tennessee.

No. 7.  Mainfort, Robert C., Jr.  1986.
Pinson Mounds: A Middle Woodland Ceremonial Center.

No. 8.  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.

No. 9.  Smith, Samuel D.  1993.
Fort Southwest Point Archaeological Site, Kingston, Tennessee:  A Multidisciplinary Interpretation.

No. 10.  Mainfort, Robert C., Jr.  1994.
Archaeological Investigations in the Obion River Drainage:  the West Tennessee Tributaries Project.

No. 11.  Moore, Michael C. and Emanuel Breitburg.  1998.
Gordontown:  Salvage Archaeology at a Mississippian Town in Davidson County, Tennessee.

No. 12.  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.

No. 13.  Moore, Michael C. and Kevin E. Smith.  2001.
Archaeological Excavations at the Rutherford-Kizer Site:  A Mississippian Mound Center in Sumner County, Tennessee.

No. 14.  Smith, Samuel D. and Benjamin C. Nance.  2003.
A Survey of Civil War Era Military Sites in Tennessee.

No. 15.  Moore, Michael C.  2005.
The Brentwood Library Site:  A Mississippian Town on the Little Harpeth River, Williamson County, Tennessee.

No. 16.  Moore, Michael C. and Kevin E. Smith.  2009.
Archaeological Expeditions of the Peabody Museum in Middle Tennessee, 1877-1884.

No. 17.  Kuttruff, Carl.  2010.
Fort Loudoun in Tennessee, 1756-1760: History, Archaeology, Replication, Exhibits, and Interpretation.

No. 18.  Smith, Samuel D. and Stephen T. Rogers.  2011.
Tennessee Potteries, Pots, and Potters-1790s to 1950: Volumes 1 and 2.

No. 19.  Deter-Wolf, Aaron.  2013.
Fernvale (40WM51): A Late Archaic Occupation along the South Harpeth River in Williamson County, Tennessee.

REPORT OF INVESTIGATIONS

No. 1.  Benthall, Joseph L.  1986.
Archaeological Testing of Site 40DK36 DeKalb County, Tennessee.

No. 2.  Spears, W. Steven, Thomas H. Bianchi, Abigayle Robbins, and Mary Beth D. Trubitt.  1986.
The State Route 1 Project: Test Excavations at Woodbury, Tennessee.

No. 3.  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.

No. 4.  Cridlebaugh, Patricia A.  1986.
Penitentiary Branch: A Late Archaic Cumberland River Shell Midden in Middle Tennessee.

No. 5.  Benthall, Joseph L.  1987.
The Moss-Wright Park Archaeological Project: Excavation of Site 40SU20, Goodlettsville, Tennessee.

No. 6.  Smith, Samuel D. and Stephen T. Rogers.  1989.
Historical Information Concerning the Fort Blount-Williamsburg Site, Jackson County, Tennessee.

No. 7.  Smith, Samuel D., Fred M. Prouty, and Benjamin C. Nance.  1990.
A Survey of Civil War Period Military Sites in Middle Tennessee.

No. 8.  Smith, Samuel D., Fred M. Prouty, and Benjamin C. Nance.  1991.
A Preliminary Survey of Historic Period Gunmaking in Tennessee.

No. 9.  Moore, Michael C. and Kevin E. Smith.  1993.
A Report on the 1992 Archaeological Investigations at the Brandywine Pointe Site (40DV247), Davidson County, Tennessee.

No. 10.  Nance, Benjamin C.  2005.
Test Excavations on Roper’s Knob:  A Fortified Union Signal Station in Franklin, Tennessee.

No. 11.  Prouty, Fred M. and Gary L. Barker.  1996.
A Survey of Civil War Period Military Sites in West Tennessee.

No. 12.  Benthall, Joseph L.  1995.
An Archaeological Reconnaissance of Portions of the Hiwassee and Ocoee Rivers in Polk, Bradley and McMinn Counties, Tennessee, 1985-1986.

No. 13.  Nance, Benjamin C.  2007.
An Archaeological Survey of World War II Military Sites in Tennessee.

No. 14.  Smith, Samuel D. and Benjamin C. Nance.  2010.
Archaeological Investigations at the Carter House State Historic Site, Franklin, Tennessee.

No. 15.  Nance, Benjamin C.  2001.
The Trail of Tears in Tennessee: A Study of the Routes Used During the Cherokee Removal of 1838.

No. 16.  Nance, Benjamin C.  2004.
A Survey of Sites Related to the American Revolution and War of 1812 in Tennessee.

MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS

No. 1.  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. http://www.tdot.state.tn.us/environment/archeology/publications.htm

No. 2.  Bentz, Charles, Jr. (editor).  1996.
The Bailey Site (40GL26): Late Archaic, Middle Woodland, and Historic Settlement and Subsistence in the Lower Elk River Drainage of Tennessee. http://www.tdot.state.tn.us/environment/archeology/publications.htm

No. 3.  Smith, Kevin E. and Michael C. Moore.  1996.
The Hooper Site (40DV234): A Mississippian Village in Davidson County, Tennessee.

No. 4.  Smith, Samuel D.  1996.
A Bibliographic History of Historical Archaeology in Tennessee.

No. 5.  Bentz, Charles, Jr. (editor).  1997.
Archaeological Investigations at the Forbus Site (40FN122): An Unplowed Multicomponent site in the Eastern Highland Rim of Tennessee. http://www.tdot.state.tn.us/environment/archeology/publications.htm