CIRCA - Cobb Institute Research Collection Archive


The Cobb Institute Research Collection Archive (CIRCA) provides summary information on the archaeological research collections curated by the Cobb Institute. Detailed inventories of site collections are available to researchers upon request. Please send your request to the Institute's curator of research collections, Keith Baca, at kab151@msstate.edu. At present, the list below primarily represents collections of the Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, MSU, which were recovered by a variety of researchers during the past 50 years. The bulk of collections curated by the Cobb Institute are those owned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District that were recovered in association with the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway construction project, which was undertaken during the 1970s-80s. Efforts to summarize these collections for inclusion in CIRCA are currently underway.


Bolivar County Collections

Malone Site Excavation Project

This collection appears to have originated from excavations conducted sporadically from 1961-1965 by Dan Printup. Mr. Printup appears to have been a photographer and amateur archaeologist who worked at sites throughout the Midsouth.

Trinomial: 22BO552

Cultural Period: Woodland (Deasonville, Marksville)

Artifact Types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), animal bone, mussel shell, floral, fired clay/daub

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 112-117

Publications: None


Chickasaw County Collections

Chickasaw County Survey Project

This collection was recovered in 1973 during a survey by James Atkinson of the Department of Anthropology at MSU within the Houlka Creek drainage of Chickasaw County. It represents a series of surface collections.

Trinomial/Cultural Period:

22CS515 (Woodland) 22CS519 (Woodland)
22CS516 (Woodland) 22CS520 (Middle Archaic and Woodland)
22CS517 (Woodland) 22CS525 (Early-Middle Archaic)
22CS518 (Woodland) 22CS526 (Late Archaic-Late Gulf-Formational)

Artifact Types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), animal bone, mussel shell, fired clay

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Number: 150

Publications: None


Clay County Collections

Metzger Site Excavation Project

This collection was recovered during the summer of 1970 when Richard Marshall of the department of anthropology at MSU conducted a field school at the Metgzer Site in Clay County, Mississippi. The site was located about 10 miles north of the city of Starkville.

Trinomial: 22CL502 (aka 22CL500)

Cultural Period: Gulf-Formational to Mississippi

Artifact Types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), animal bone, mussel shell, floral, fired clay/daub

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 1 - 17

Publications:
Marshall, Richard
1970  Current Research: Mississippi. In Southeastern Archaeological Conference Newsletter 14: 14-16.  Southeastern Archaeological Conference.

1985  Progress Report on Field Research, 1970: Fourth Summer Field Session in Mississippi Archaeology, Mississippi State University. In Anthology of Mississippi Archaeology, 1966-1979, edited by Patricia Galloway, pp. 122-126.  Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson.


 

Hancock County Collections

Claiborne Site Excavation Project

This collection was recovered during the summer of 1969 when Richard Marshall of the department of anthropology at MSU conducted a field school at the Claiborne and Cedarland (see below) Sites in Hancock County, Mississippi.

Trinomial: 22HA501

Cultural Period: Late Archaic (Poverty Point)

Artifact types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), Poverty Point Objects (PPOs), fired clay, animal bone, mussel shell, floral

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 32 - 52

Publications:
Boudreaux, Edmond A., III
1995  Stone Tools and Debitage from the Claiborne Site: An Analysis of the Mississippi State University Collection.  In Raw Materials and Exchange in the Midsouth: Proceedings of the 16th Annual Mid-South Archaeological Conference, edited by Evan Peacock and Samuel O. Brookes, pp. 64-74.  Report No. 29.  Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson, Mississippi.

Marshall, Richard A.
1969  Current Research: Mississippi. In Southeastern Archaeological Conference Newsletter 13: 22.  Southeastern Archaeological Conference.

1970  Current Research: Mississippi. In Southeastern Archaeological Conference Newsletter 14: 14-16.  Southeastern Archaeological Conference.

Cedarland Site Excavation Project

This collection was recovered during the summer of 1969 when Richard Marshall of the department of anthropology at MSU conducted a field school at the Claiborne (see above) and Cedarland Sites in Hancock County, Mississippi.

Trinomial: 22HA506 (aka 22HC30)

Cultural Period: Late Archaic (Poverty Point)

Artifact types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), Poverty Point Objects (PPOs), fired clay, animal bone, mussel shell, floral

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 133, 156, 157

Publications:
Marshall, Richard A.
1969  Current Research: Mississippi. In Southeastern Archaeological Conference Newsletter 13: 22.  Southeastern Archaeological Conference.

1970  Current Research: Mississippi. In Southeastern Archaeological Conference Newsletter 14: 14-16.  Southeastern Archaeological Conference.


Jackson County Collections

Jackson County Excavation Project

This project was undertaken in June of 1972 by Richard Marshall of the Department of Anthropology at MSU.

Trinomials: 22JA521 (Rudloff), 22JA522 (Standard Oil), 22JA523 (Coastal Chemical), 22JA543-545 (Escatawpa I-III)

Cultural Period: Late Woodland/Mississippi (Rudloff), Unknown Aboriginal (Standard Oil), Unknown Aboriginal (Coastal Chemical), Woodland-Mississippi (Escatawpa I), Early Woodland (Escatawpa II), Late Archaic/Woodland (Escatawpa III)

Artifact Types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), fired clay, animal bone, mussel shell, floral

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 69-78 (Rudloff), 77-78 (Standard Oil), 77-78 (Coastal Chemical), 78 (Escatawpa I-III)

Publications: None


Lauderdale County Collections

Meridian Industrial Park Excavation Project

This collection was recovered in 1978 during Phase III mitigation of sites 22LD514 and 22LD515 by Thomas Conn of the Department of Anthropology, MSU. The project was undertaken following the discovery of the site during cultural resource survey by James Atkinson in 1976 and a 5-day Phase II testing program by Conn in 1977, who considered the site to be signifiicant and worthy of mitigation prior to the construction of the Lauderdale County Northeast Industrial Park.

Trinomials: 22LD514 and 22LD515

Cultural Period: Middle Woodland (22LD514), Late Archaic-Middle Woodland (22LD515)

Artifact Types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), fired clay, animal bone, mussel shell, floral

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 106-107, 111 (22LD514), 106-111 (22LD515)

Publications:
Conn, Thomas L.
1978   Archaeological Investigations at 22Ld515, Lauderdale County Northeast Industrial Park, Lauderdale County, Mississippi. Department of Anthropology, Mississippi State University.

O'Hear/Lehmann Lauderdale County Excavation Project

These collections were recovered in 1984 during investigations by O'Hear and Lehmann into Tallahatta Quartzite-bearing sites in Lauderdale County.

Trinomials: 22LD521, 22LD538, 22LD539, 22LD540, 22LD541, 22LD542, 22LD543, 22LD544, 22LD545, 22LD546, 22LD547, 22LD548, 22LD549, 22LD550, 22LD551, 22LD552, 22LD553

Cultural Period: Archaic/Woodland

Artifact Types: Lithics

Owner: Cobb Institute of Archaeology

Box Numbers: 3926-4007

Publications: None


Lee County Collections

Cedar Scape Site Excavation Project

This project was undertaken in June of 1972 by Marc Rucker of the Department of Anthropology, MSU.

Trinomial: 22LE500

Cultural Period: Historic Indian (Chickasaw)

Artifact Types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), fired clay/daub, animal bone, mussel shell, floral

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 118-123, 134

Publications: None

Trice Site Research Project

This project was undertaken in 2002 by Jeffrey Alvey as part of his Masters thesis research within the Department of Anthropology, MSU. The collection includes materials from general and controlled surface collections, and excavation.

Trinomial: 22LE827

Cultural Period: Early-Late Archaic/Woodland (primarily Middle Archaic)

Artifact Types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), fired clay/daub, animal bone, mussel shell, floral

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 5028-5035

Publications:
Alvey, Jeffrey S.
2005   Middle Archaic Settlement Organization in the Upper Tombigbee Drainage: A View from the Uplands. Southeastern Archaeology 24(2): 199-208.


Lowndes County Collections

Lowndes County Survey (1980 MSU Field School)

These general surface collections were recovered by Janet Rafferty's 1980 MSU archaeological survey field school.

Cultural Period/Trinomials:

22LO759 (Historic) 22LO760 (Late Woodland/Mississippi) 22LO761 (Historic) 22LO762 (Historic) 22LO763 (Historic)
22LO764 (Unknown Aboriginal) 22LO765 (Historic) 22LO766 (Historic) 22LO767 (Historic) 22LO768 (Unknown Aboriginal)
22LO769 (Late Woodland/Mississippi/Historic) 22LO770 (Historic) 22LO771 (Unknown Aboriginal) 22LO772 (Unknown Aboriginal) 22LO773 (Historic)
22LO774 (Unknown Aboriginal) 22LO775 (Unknown Aboriginal) 22LO776 (Late Woodland) 22LO777 (Late Woodland/Mississippi) 22LO778 (Unknown Aboriginal)
22LO779 (Historic) 22LO780 (Unknown Aboriginal) 22LO781 (Unknown Aboriginal) 22LO782 (Unknown Aboriginal) 22LO784 (Historic)
22LO785 (Historic) 22LO786 (Historic) 22LO787 (Historic) 22LO788 (Late Woodland) 22LO789 (Historic)
22LO790 (Historic) 22LO791 (Historic) 22LO792 (Historic) 22LO793 (Historic) 22LO794 (Historic)
22LO795 (Historic) 22LO796 (Historic) 22LO797 (Historic) 22LO798 (Historic) 22LO799 (Mid-Late Woodland)
22LO800 (Unknown Aboriginal) 22LO801 (Historic) 22LO802 (Unknown Aboriginal/Historic) 22LO803 (Historic) 22LO804 (Historic)
22LO805 (Historic) 22LO806 (Early-Mid Mississippi) 22LO807 (Historic) 22LO808 (Historic) 22LO809 (Late Woodland/Mississippi)
22LO810 (Early Mississippi) 22LO811 (Early Mississippi) 22LO812 (Historic) 22LO813 (Historic) 22LO814 (Historic)
22LO815 (Historic) 22LO816 (Unknown Aboriginal) 22LO817 (Historic) 22LO818 (Historic) 22LO819 (Historic)
22LO820 (Historic) 22LO821 (Unknown Aboriginal) 22LO822 (Historic) 22LO823 (Historic) 22LO824 (Historic)

Artifact Types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), historics

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 572-581

Publications: None


Monroe County Collections

Hang Kettle #1 Site Excavation Project

This project was undertaken in 1973 by Richard Marshall of the Department of Anthropology, MSU. Marshall had conducted a survey of the region (see below) in March/April of 1973 during which time the site was located. A subsequent excavation project was undertaken in July of 1973. The collection described below represents the materials collected during the survey and excavation. Results of the excavation have not been published.

Trinomials: 22MO564

Cultural Period: Middle Archaic and Protohistoric/Historic Indian

Artifact Types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), animal bone, mussel shell, fossilized faunal remains, historics

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 147-149

Publications:
Marshall, Richard A.
1973   The Aberdeen-West Point, Mississippi and Aberdeen Substation Survey. Department of Anthropology, Mississippi State University.


Noxubee County Collections

Shuqualak Watersheds Survey Project

This survey project was undertaken in April of 1971 by Richard Marshall of the Department of Anthropology, MSU.  Along with survey of the proposed project area, Marshall and his crew also recorded several other sites in the county that they were taken to by local informants.

Cultural Period/Trinomials:

Unknown Aboriginal (22NO515) Mississippi/Protohistoric (22NO519) Middle Woodland-Mississippi (22NO525)
Unknown Aboriginal (22NO516) Late Woodland/Mississippi (22NO520) Unknown Aboriginal (22NO540)
Middle Woodland (22NO517) Late Woodland/Mississippi (22NO521) Unknown Aboriginal (22NO526)
Protohistoric/Historic (22NO518) Late Archaic (22NO522)  

Artifact Types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), mussel shell, historics

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 142

Publications:
Marshall, Richard A.
1971   Shuqualak Watershed Improvement Area Survey, Noxubee County, Mississippi. Department of Anthropology, Mississippi State University.

Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Survey Project

This survey project was undertaken in 1977 and 1978 by Janet Rafferty of the Department of Anthropology, MSU. 

Cultural Period/Trinomials:

22NO554 (Historic) 22NO558 (Late Woodland, Historic) 22OK643 (Historic)
22NO555 (Middle Woodland) 22OK640 (Historic) 22OK644 (Historic)
22NO556 (Protohistoric) 22OK641 (Historic) 22WI507 (Historic)

22NO557 (Early Archaic, Gulf-Formational,
Middle-Late Woodland, Historic)

22OK642 (Late Gulf-Formational, Historic)  

Artifact Types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), historics

Owner: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Box Numbers: 155

Publications:
Rafferty, Janet
1978   Cultural Resource Reconnaissance and Project-Oriented Survey, Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge, Mississippi. Report submitted to Interagency Archaeological Services, Atlanta. Department of Anthropology, Mississippi State University.


Oktibbeha County Collections

Lyon's Bluff

The Lyon's Bluff site has seen several seasons of excavation by researchers from MSU.  The collections held by the Cobb Institute are associated with field-school projects conducted by Richard Marshall during the late 1960s and early 1970s, and Evan Peacock (and associated graduate students) during the summers of 2001 and 2003.

Trinomial: 22OK520

Cultural Period: Mississippi - Protohistoric

Artifact Types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), animal bone, mussel shell, fired clay/daub, unprocessed samples, historics

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: Marshall (4085-4206), Peacock (5368-5461), Seltzer (5462-5471), Bierly (5472-5480), James (5481-5484)

Publications:

Bierly, S. Marshall
2007   Terminal-Occupation Community Patterns at Lyon's Bluff (22OK520) in Oktibbeha County, Mississippi: Sedimentological, Molluscan, Artifactual and Geophysical Evidence.  Masters thesis. Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work, Mississippi State University, Starkville.

James, Thomas R.
2010   Changes in Occupation at Lyon's Bluff.  Masters thesis. Department of Anthropolgy and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University, Starkville.

Marshall, Richard A.
1986   The Protohistoric Component at the Lyon's Bluff Site Complex, Oktibbeha County, Mississippi. In, The Protohistoric Period in the Mid-South: 1500-1700 -- Proceedings of the 1983 Mid-South Archaeological Conference, edited by David H. Dye and Ronald C. Brister, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Archaeological Report NO. 18, Jackson, Mississippi.

Peacock, Evan, and S. Homes Hogue
2005   A New Series of Absolute Dates from Lyon's Bluff (22OK520), East-Central Mississippi. Southeastern Archaeology 24(1): 46-58.

Seltzer, Jennifer L., and Evan Peacock
2011   Determining the Season of Mississippian House Construction from Plant Impressions in Daub.  Southeastern Archaeology 30(1): 123-133.

Fire Station Site Excavations

This collection was recovered during a small excavation project in 1976 by Crawford Blakeman of the Department of Anthropology, MSU.

Trinomial: 22OK585

Cultural Period: Protohistoric

Artifact Types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), animal bone, mussel shell, fired clay/daub, historics

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 550-551

Publications: None

Starkville Survey Collections

For the past several decades researchers from MSU have been involved in the recording and investigation of the numerous Late Prehistoric to Early Historic Period sites that exist in the vicinity of Starkville. These efforts have been undertaken by both faculty and staff of MSU, and student projects under the supervision of faculty. The primary individuals involved in these efforts included faculty members Crawford Blakeman, Richard Marshall, Janet Rafferty, and Evan Peacock, and students Rick Walling and Rex Poole. Entry of these collections here will be on-going as they are numerous and many have not yet been cataloged.

Walling Survey Sites:

22OK703 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK775 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK800 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian)
22OK720 (Middle Woodland - Historic Indian)     22OK776 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian)     22OK801 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian)  
22OK764 (Protohistoric - Historic Indian) 22OK777 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK802 (Woodland - Historic Indian & Historic Non-Indian)  
22OK765 (Late Mississippi - Protohistoric) 22OK778 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK816 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian)  
22OK766 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK779 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK817 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian)
22OK767 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK780 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK818 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian)
22OK768 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK781 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK819 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian)
22OK769 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK782 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK842 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian)
22OK770 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK787 (Mississippi) 22OK858 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian)
22OK771 (Woodland - Historic Indian) 22OK790 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK870 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian)
22OK772 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK793 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK1013 (Late Mississippi - Protohistoric)
22OK773 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK797 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian)  
22OK774 (Late Mississippi - Historic Indian) 22OK798 (Woodland - Historic Indian)  

Artifact Types: These are exclusively general surface collections that consist mostly of pottery sherds and lithic debitage. Some collections contain small amounts of other kinds of materials such as bone, shell, daub, etc.

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 570

Publications: None

 


Quitman County Collections

Denton Site Excavation Project

This project was undertaken in 1972 by Gerald Berry of the Department of Anthropology, MSU. Results of the excavation were never published. The only reference to the undertaking is found in Connaway's (1977) report The Denton Site: A Middle Archaic Occupation in the Northern Yazoo Basin, Mississippi, which reported on MDAH's work at the site. Connaway (1977:ix) mentions that "In 1972, Mississippi State University excavated a 12-foot-deep backhoe trench across the southernmost knoll."

Trinomial: 22QU522

Cultural Period: Middle Archaic - Mississippi

Artifact Types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), animal bone, mussel shell, fired clay/daub, unprocessed soil samples, historics

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 18-31

Publications: None


Sunflower County Collections

Powell Bayou Mound Excavation Project

This collection was recovered during a MSU field school in 1969 led by Richard Marshall of the Department of Anthropology. While the results of the project were never published by Marshall, Mary Evelyn Starr analyzed the materials during her time as a student/worker at MSU and published the articles listed below. Note: Starr claims in her articles that the field records for this project were lost. This is not true. They have been located within the Cobb Institute's curation facility since 1986.

Trinomial: 22SU516

Cultural Period: Late Woodland/Mississippi

Artifact Types:  Prehistoric lithics (debitage and tools), and ceramics

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 54-56

Publications:
Starr, Mary Evelyn

1991  Powell Bayou: Part 1.  Mississippi Archaeology 26(1): 1-36.

1997 Powell Bayou (Part 2) and Dockery: Two Mississippian Components in the Sunflower Basin of Mississippi.  Mississippi Archaeology 32(2): 79-97.


Tallahatchie County Collections

Buford Site Excavation Project

This collection was recovered during the summer of 1968 during a combined archaeological field school of the University of Mississippi and Mississippi State University under the direction of Richard Marshall.

Trinomial: 22TL501

Cultural Period: Woodland/Mississippi

Artifact Types:  Prehistoric lithics (debitage and tools) and ceramics, bone tools, fired clay/daub, floral remains, animal bone, mussel shell, historics

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 4258-4265

Publications:
Marshall, Richard A.
1988   Preliminary Archaeological Testing near Mound A, Buford (22TL501) Site, Tallahatchie County, Mississippi.  Published jointly by Cottonlandia Museum, Greenwood and Cobb Institute of Archaeology, Mississippi State University.


Tishomingo County Collections

Tishimingo State Park Survey Project

Cultural Period/Trinomials:

Unknown Aboriginal (22TS620) Unknown Aboriginal (22TS649) Late Archaic (22TS681)
Unknown Aboriginal (22TS621) Middle Woodland (22TS661) Gulf-Formational (22TS683)
Early and Late Archaic (22TS622) Unknown Aboriginal (22TS663) Gulf-Formational (22TS686)
Early Archaic (22TS623) Unknown Aboriginal (22TS672) Early-Late Archaic (22TS690)
Unknown Aboriginal (22TS628) Middle Woodland (22TS674) Middle Woodland (22TS700)
Unknown Aboriginal (22TS629) Early and Middle Archaic (22TS676) Middle Woodland (22TS701)
Unknown Aboriginal (22TS636) Late Woodland (22TS680) Middle Woodland (22TS702)

Artifact Types:  Prehistoric lithics (debitage and tools) and ceramics

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 166

Publications:

Marshall, Richard A.
1974  Archaeological Survey of Tishomingo State Park and its Environs, Tishomingo County, Mississippi. Department of Anthropology, Mississippi State University.


Washington County Collections

Hebe Site (aka Smythe Plantation) Excavation Project

Trinomial: 22WS521

Cultural Period: Archaic-Mississippi and Historic

Artifact Types: Prehistoric pottery, lithics (debitage and tools), animal bone, mussel shell, fired clay/daub, charcoal samples, historics

Owner: Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 59-68

Publications: None


Webster County Collections
 

Eupora Industrial Site Excavation Project

This collection was recovered in 1990 during Phase II testing of Eupora Industrial Site 6 that would be impacted by the proposed construction of the Eupora Industrial Park. This project was directed by Richard Marshall.

Trinomial: 22WE524

Cultural Period: Middle Archaic-Mississippi

Artifact Types: Prehistoric pottery and lithics (debitage and tools)

Owner: Cobb Institute of Archaeology, Mississippi State University

Box Numbers: 5008-5010

Publications:
Marshall, Richard A.
1990   Report of Determination of Archaeological Significance of Two Sites in the West Extension, Eupora Industrial Park, Webster County, Mississippi (MDAH Report #90-060).