Kentucky's Small Triangular Subtypes: Old Theories and New Data
—Andrew P. Bradbury, D. Randall Cooper, and Richard L. Herndon
Landscape Change in the Inner Bluegrass: 1830-1870
—R. Berle Clay
Fifty Years of Western Kentucky Prehistoric Ceramics
—Kit W. Wesler
Adena in Ohio and Hopewell in Kentucky: In Honor of R. Berle Clay
—Nomi B. Greber
The Journal of Kentucky Archaeology publishes original papers on the archaeology of Kentucky. Papers in anthropology, folklore, historical geography, and architectural history of interest to Kentucky archaeologists will also be considered. Papers on subjects outside the state of Kentucky, but with direct relevance to Kentucky, will also be considered. See About the Journal and Author's Guidelines for additional information.
The Journal of Kentucky Archaeology is published on the web by the Murray State University Archaeology Laboratory , hosted courtesy of Murray State University.