Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
Articles about Angel Mounds, site of "first Evansville", excavating the Woodland Indian burial ground in New Castle, various Indian and prehistoric sites uncovered throughout Indiana counties, Indiana Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology, Archaeology Week in 1996
Jacksonville University
Correspondence (1 leaf) -- Florida archaeology, field notes by Corinne White Lamme (11 leaves) -- Catalog of vertebrate specimens excavated at Bon Terra Farm, Florida, February 1940 by Edgar B. Howard (6 leaves) -- The mound builders (14 leaves) -- Excerpts
Northeastern State University, Tahlequah Campus - John Vaughan Library
Contains a short bibliography of resources on the subject of archaeology
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Papers of Francis W. Kelsey, University of Michigan professor of Latin (for whom Museum was named); papers of Museum directors and curators, principally Orma F. Butler, Enoch E. Peterson, Louise A. Shier, John G. Winter; papers of University faculty associated with the Museum or the study and teaching of classical and mediaeval studies, notably Arthur E.R. Boak, Campbell Bonner, Thomas S. Jerome, and Robert H. McDowell; also records of the Institute of Archaeological Research
Atlanta History Center
The collection is primarily correspondence pertaining to activities of the Society for Georgia Archaeology during the 1930s. James M. Mallory amassed much of the materials during his tenure as vice president for the Society. A significant portion of the correspondence relates to general administrative activities of the Society, however, there are several reports and surveys of archaeological sites throughout Georgia. Of special interest is the Fort Mountain folder, which includes correspondence from Ivan Allen detailing the stipulations of the gift to the state. In addition, the Moundville Park folder includes information pertaining to the National Park Service's involvement in the facility and the contributions made by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the construction of the park infrastructure
Arizona Historical Society - Library and Archives
Administrative records, conference papers, articles, slide presentations, photographs, project correspondence, research notes, field notes, cassette tape recording, compact discs, and a final report entitled, "Tohono O'odham, Hopi, Zuni, and Western Apache Ethnohistory in the San Pedro Valley of Southeast Arizona where landscapes are history and sites are monuments", April 2004, by T.J. Ferguson, Chip-Colwell-Chanthaphonh, and Roger Anyon, are included in the collection, compiled between 2000 and 2004. The research emphasized discovering the meaning attached to archaeological sites by the presumed descendants of the land's original inhabitants. Photographs, including digital, prints, and inkjet copies document the research locations. The materials include word lists, field notebooks of chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh, T.J. Ferguson, and Roger Anyon, slides for presentations about Camp Grant Massacre histories, a archaeological timeline of the Native American presence in the San Pedro ... Read More
Minnesota Historical Society
Board minutes, meeting files, financial statements, subject files, correspondence, program files, project files, and reports of investigations of an organization founded in 1982 to conduct archaeological investigations, to promote archaeological awareness, and to acquire archaeological sites for preservation. Includes records of related firms Hemisphere Field Services, Inc., Hemisphere Group, Inc., and IMA Consulting, Inc
Yale University
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Vermont Historical Society
This collection consists of the Historic American Engineering Record/Historic Industrial Landscape Documentation (HAER/HILD) for the Elizabeth Mine Site in Strafford, Vermont. This documentation includes the technical report, the historical HAER narrative, black and white photographs and color slides of the landscape, and 11" x 17" HAER drawings (in MS Size B). These materials were prepared by the Public Archaeology Laboratory for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District as part of the Environmental Protection Agency's ongoing work to fulfill the requirements of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended