Publications

BOOKS, EDITED VOLUMES, JOURNAL ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS


Brandon, Jamie C. (2016) Regnat Populus: The Intersection of Historical Archeology Research and Public Service in Arkansas. In Research, Preservation, Communication: Honoring Thomas J. Green on his Retirement from the Arkansas Archeological Survey, edited by Mary Beth Trubitt. Arkansas Archeological Survey Research Series No. 67, Fayetteville, AR.

Brandon, Jamie C. and Jerry E. Hilliard (2016) Zachary Taylor and the Sisters of Mercy: An Archeology of Memory, Landscape, Gender and Faith on Arkansas’s Western Frontier. In Hidden Diversity: Historical Archeology in Arkansas, edited by Carl G. Drexler. pp. 111-127. University of Knoxville Press, Knoxville, TN.

Brandon, Jamie C. (2013) Reversing the Narrative of Hillbilly History: Historical Archaeology in the Arkansas Ozarks. Historical Archaeology 47(3):36–51.

James M. Davidson and Jamie C. Brandon (2012) Descendant Community Partnering, the Politics of Time, and the Logistics of Reality: Tales from North American, African Diaspora Archaeology. In The Oxford Handbook of Public Archaeology, edited Carol McDavid. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

Brandon, Jamie C. (2009) A North America Perspective on Race and Class in Historical Archaeology. In The International Handbook of Historical Archaeology, edited by Teresita Majewski and David Gaimster, pp.3-15. Springer Press, New York.

Brandon, Jamie C. (2008) History and Archaeology at Van Winkle’s Mill: Recovering Lost Industrial and African-American Heritages in the Arkansas Ozarks. Arkansas Historical Quarterly 65(4):429-449.

Brandon, Jamie C. (2008) Disparate Diasporas and Vindicationist Archaeologies: Some Comments on Excavating America’s Metaphor. Historical Archaeology 42(3): 147-151.

Brandon, Jamie C. and James M. Davidson (2005) The Landscape of Van Winkle’s Mill: Identity, Myth and Modernity in the Ozark Upland South. Historical Archaeology 39(3):113-131.

Hilliard, Jerry, Jamie C. Brandon and James M. Davidson (2005) The Peel Icehouse: Excavations of a Residential Ice Storage Facility in Bentonville, Arkansas. Arkansas Archaeologist 43(1):1-27.

Barile, Kerri S. and Jamie C. Brandon, editors (2005) Household Chores and Household Choices: Theorizing the Domestic Sphere in Historical Archaeology. University of Alabama Press: Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Brandon, Jamie C. (2005) Segregating Households, Reconstructing Domesticity: The Intersection of Gender and Race in the Postbellum South. In Household Chores and Household Choices: Theorizing the Domestic Sphere in Historical Archaeology, Kerri S. Barile, Jamie C. Brandon (eds.). University of Alabama Press: Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Brandon, Jamie C. and Charles H. McNutt (1996) The “Sardis” Cormorant Cord Impressed Vessel. Mississippi Archaeology 30(2):35-41.

Brandon, Jamie C. and Robert C. Mainfort, Jr. (1995) Fabric Impressed Ceramics from the Oliver Site (40OB161), Obion County, Tennessee. Tennessee Anthropologist 20(1):35-57.

Mainfort, Jr., Robert C., editor (1994) Archaeological Investigations in the Obion River Drainage: The West Tennessee Tributaries Project. Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Division of Archaeology Research Series 10 (Jamie Brandon, Emanuel Breitburg, Shawn Chapman, Mary Kwas, William Lawrence, June Mirecki, and Adrea B. Shea: contributors).

 

ACADEMIC THESIS & DISSERTATION


Brandon, Jamie C. (2004)  Van Winkle’s Mill: Mountain Modernity, Cultural Memory and Historical Archeology in the Arkansas Ozarks. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin. (Committee: Maria Franklin, Samuel Wilson, John Hartigan, Richard Flores, and George Sabo).

Brandon, Jamie C. (1999) Death and the Parkin Phase: Mortuary Patterning in the Archaeological Data Recovered from the Durham Excavations in Northeastern Arkansas, 1932-1933. Unpublished M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. (Committee: Robert Mainfort, George Sabo and Jerome C. Rose).

 

NEWSLETTER & MAGAZINE ARTICLES


Brandon, Jamie C. (2015)  Vernon R. Perry, 1933-2015.  Field Notes. (Newsletter of the Arkansas Archeological Society) 386, September-October, p. 7-8.

Brandon, Jamie C. (2015)  Death Notice: Hester A. Davis and Charles R. McGimsey.  The SHA Newsletter 48(1):43.

McKinnon, Duncan P. and Jamie C. Brandon (2014) Sometimes Things Just Happen: A Small Hempstead Engraved Bottle Finds a Site, Field Notes (Arkansas Archeological Society) 378:10-11.

Brandon, Jamie C. (2011) Preliminary Results of the 2011 AAS Summer Training Program at Historic Washington, Arkansas, Field Notes (Newsletter of the Arkansas Archeological Society) 363:3-9.

Brandon, Jamie C. and David Markus (2011) Digging for History: The Arkansas Archeological Society Training Program Returns to the Town of Washington in Southwest Arkansas, Field Notes (Newsletter of the Arkansas Archeological Society) 359:3-7.

Markus, David and Jamie C. Brandon (2010) Recent Excavations at the Abraham Block House, Historic Washington State Park, Field Notes (Newsletter of the Arkansas Archeological Society) 357:7-10

McKinnon, Duncan P. and Jamie C. Brandon (2009) A Report from the Field: Archaeo-geophysical Results from Battle Mound (3LA1). Field Notes (Newsletter of the Arkansas Archeological Society) 348:9-12.

Brandon, Jamie C. (2007) An Introduction to The Recent Past: A New Historical Archaeology Column. The SAA Archaeological Record. Vol. 7(5):4.

Brandon, Jamie C. (2006) Theft of the Cedar Grove Collections from the Arkansas Archeological Survey’s Southern Arkansas University Research Station. Field Notes. (Newsletter of the Arkansas Archeological Society) 332, September-October, p. 2.

Brandon, Jamie C. (2006) Archeology and the Law: A Brief Guide to Cultural Resource Compliance. Facts and Findings. 32(5):14-17.

Valentino, Alicia B. and Jamie C. Brandon (2005) Van Winkle’s Mill Update: 2005 Excavations at the Blacksmith Shop. African Diaspora Archaeology Newsletter (on-line publication), September, 2005.

Brandon, Jamie C. and Kathleen H. Cande (1999) The Old Washington Collections: The Potential for an Engendered Archaeology of the African Diaspora in Southwestern Arkansas. African-American Archaeology Newsletter 26(Early Winter):3.

Brandon, Jamie C., Jerry E. Hilliard and James M. Davidson (1999) Return to Van Hollow: 1999 Excavations at a Millworker Residence at the Van Winkle Saw Mill. Field Notes (Newsletter of the Arkansas Archeological Society) 282(May/June):10-12.

Brandon, Jamie C. and Jerry E. Hilliard (1998) The Van Winkle Mill and Anderson Slave Cemetery: African-American Related Sites in Northwest Arkansas. African-American Archaeology Newsletter 22(Fall):1.

 

TECHNICAL REPORTS


Rees, Lydia I. and Jamie C. Brandon (2016) Preserving and Interpreting Bluff Shelters of the Arkansas Ozarks.  Report submitted to the Arkansas Natural and Cultural Resource Council, ANCRC Grant No. 16-04, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Brandon, Jamie C., Jami J. Lockhart and Carl G. Drexler (2015) Geophysical and Archeological investigation of 3HE236-200, the Former Site of the Hempstead House and the Current Site of the Brunson House, Historic Washington State Park. Report submitted to Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism by the Arkansas Archeological Survey, Southern Arkansas University Research Station Project No. 61, ARAS Project No. 15-08, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Brandon, Jamie C., LelaDonat, Barbara Farley, Holli K. Howard, Teka R. McGlothlin and Leslie Walker (2010) Rehabilitation and Consolidation of the Archeological Collections and Support Documentation from the Les Johnson (3AS159) and Cedar Grove (3LA97) Projects. Report submitted to the USACE, St. Louis District by the Arkansas Archeological Survey, Southern Arkansas University Research Station Project No. 55, Magnolia, Arkansas.

Brandon, Jamie C. and John R. Samuelsen (2008) Archeo-geophysical Survey and Archeological Testing at the Royston House (3HE236-91), Historic Washington State Park, Hempstead County, Arkansas. Report submitted to Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism by the Arkansas Archeological Survey, Southern Arkansas University Research Station Project No. 50, Magnolia, Arkansas.

Donat, Lela, Jamie C. Brandon, Audrey Baker and Anthony Clay Newton (2008) Rehabilitation and Consolidation of the Archeological Collections and Support Documentation from the Spirit Lake (3LA83) and Fish Lake (3HE287) Projects. Report submitted to the USACE, St. Louis District by the Arkansas Archeological Survey, Southern Arkansas University Research Station Project No. 51, Magnolia, Arkansas.

Brandon, Jamie C. (2007) An Archeological Survey of a Proposed Boat Ramp Improvements at Careyville Landing, Union County, Arkansas. Report submitted to Arkansas Game and Fish Commission by the Arkansas Archeological Survey, Southern Arkansas University Research Station Project No. 44, Magnolia, Arkansas.

Jeane, David R. and Jamie C. Brandon (2007) Archeological Survey of a Proposed Skeet and Trap Range, Rick Evans Grandview Prairie Conservation Education Center, Hempstead County, Arkansas. Report submitted to Arkansas Game and Fish Commission by the Arkansas Archeological Survey Southern Arkansas University Research Station Project No. 41, Magnolia, Arkansas.

Valentino, Alicia, Jamie C. Brandon and Jami J. Lockhart (2006) Archeological Excavation and Testing at Van Winkle’s Mill (3BE413), Hobbs State Park and Conservation Area, Benton County, Arkansas. Report submitted to Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism, Little Rock, Arkansas by the Arkansas Archeological Survey, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Brandon, Jamie C. and James M. Davidson (2003) Archeological Inventory and Testing of Cultural Resources at Van Winkle’s Mill (3BE413) and Little Clifty Creek Shelter (3BE412) Beaver Lake, Benton County, Arkansas. Report submitted to the USACE, Little Rock District by the Arkansas Archeological Survey, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Saatkamp, Andrew, Jamie Brandon, Evan Peacock, James Duff, Amy Mitchell and Camille Stanley (2003) A Cultural Resources Survey of Six Proposed Revetment Areas: Finn Phase II, Hurricane, Dickson, Sulphur and Canale Revetments, Hempstead, Miller and Lafayette Counties, Arkansas; and Cat Island Revetment, Bossier Parish, Louisiana. Report submitted to the USACE, Vicksburg District by Panamerican Consultants, Inc., Memphis, Tennessee.

Davidson, James M., Jamie C. Brandon and O. Frank Huffman (2001) An Archaeological Survey and Archival Assessment of 1,250 Acres of the Texas Army National Guard Eagle Mountain Lake Training Site, Tarrant County, Texas. Report submitted to the Texas Army National Guard, Austin, Texas by the Texas Archaeological Research Laboratory, Austin, Texas. TARL Studies in Archeology No. 39.

Guendling, Randall L., Kathleen H. Cande, Leslie C. Stewart-Abernathy, Dawn Novak, Donald R. Montgomery and Jamie C. Brandon (2001) Archeological Investigations of the Sanders Kitchen, 1981 and 1992, Old Washington Historic State Park, Arkansas (ANCRC Project 01-001). Arkansas Archeological Survey Sponsored Research Project 01-01. Report submitted to the Arkansas Natural and Cultural Resources Council by the Arkansas Archeological Survey, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Saatkamp, Andrew, Michael Krivor, Whitney Autin, Evan Peacock, and Jamie C. Brandon (2001) A Cultural Resources Survey of Four Proposed Revetment Areas: Finn Phase II, Pleasant Valley, Hunters Island, and Black Lake Revetments, Hempstead, Miller, and Lafayette Counties, Arkansas.. Report submitted to the USACE, Vicksburg District by Panamerican Consultants, Inc., Memphis, Tennessee.

Brandon, Jamie C., James M. Davidson and Jerry E. Hilliard (2000) Preliminary Archeological Investigations at 3BE413, Van Winkle’s Mill, Beaver Lake State Park, Benton County, Arkansas. Report submitted to Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism, Little Rock, Arkansas by the Arkansas Archeological Survey, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Guendling, Randall L. , Mary L. Kwas, Jamie C. Brandon and Kathleen H. Cande (1999) Archeological Investigations at Old Washington Historic State Park, Arkansas: The 1836 Courthouse Block (3HE236-0) and the Block-Catts House Block (3HE236-19). Report submitted to Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism, Little Rock, Arkansas by the Arkansas Archeological Survey, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Cande, Kathleen H. and Jamie C. Brandon (1999) An Old Washington for a New Millennium: Archeological Collections and Research Design at Old Washington Historical State Park, Arkansas (ANCRC Grant 98-001 and 99-001). Arkansas Archeological Survey Sponsored Research Project 99-01. Report submitted to the Arkansas Natural and Cultural Resources Council by the Arkansas Archeological Survey, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Arnold, John, Robert F. Cande, Steven M. Imhoff, and Jamie C. Brandon (1997) Documentation of Native Stone Architecture: Fort Chaffee, Arkansas. Report submitted to the USACE, Little Rock District by Mid-Continental Research Associates, Inc., Lowell, Arkansas.

Chapman, Shawn and Jamie C. Brandon (1997) Intense Archaeological Survey of Compartments 28, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, and 35 Uwharrie National Forest, Montgomery County, North Carolina. Report submitted to the United States Forest Service, Uwharrie Ranger District by Panamerican Consultants, Inc., Memphis, Tennessee.

Walling, Richard; Lawrence Alexander, Jamie Brandon, and Shawn Chapman (1995) Phase II Archaeological Testing, Site 40Sy540, SR 385, Shelby County, Tennessee. Report submitted to the Tennessee Department of Transportation by Panamerican Consultants, Inc., Memphis, Tennessee.

Buchner, C. Andrew; Erwin Roemer, Terry Lolley , and Jamie Brandon (1994) Phase I Archaeological Survey within Fort Benning Compartment A-14, Russell County, AL. Report to the National Park Service, Atlanta, GA, by Panamerican Consultants, Inc., Memphis, Tennessee.

 

PUBLISHED REVIEW ESSAYS


Archaeology, Narrative, and the Politics of the Past: The View from Southern Maryland. Julia King, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Press, 2012. Reviewed for American Antiquity 78(4):800-801, 2013.

Buying into a World of Goods: Early Consumers in Backcountry Virginia. Ann Smart Martin, Baltimore, MA: John Hopkins University Press, 2008. Reviewed for Enterprise and Society: The International Journal of Business History 13(4):911-913, 2012.

Findings: The Material Culture of Needlework and Sewing. Mary Beaudry, Yale University Press, 2007. Reviewed American Antiquity 73(1):185, 2008.

Inauthentic Archaeologies: Public Uses and Abuses of the Past. Troy Lovata, Left Coast Press, 2007. Reviewed for Museum Anthropology Review, 2007.http://museumanthropology.wordpress.com/2007/10/12/mar-2007-2-22/

The Corporate Eye: Photography and the Rationalization of American Commercial Culture, 1884-1929. Elspeth H. Brown, John Hopkins University Press, 2005. Reviewed for IA: The Journal of the Society for Industrial Archaeology 31(2):71-72, 2005.

Rural Society in the Age of Reason: An Archaeology of the Emergence of Modern Life in the Southern Scottish Highlands. Chris Dalglish, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2003. Reviewed for Historical Archaeology 39(4):156-157, 2005.

Claiming the Stones, Naming the Bones: Cultural Property and the Negotiation of National and Ethnic Identity. Elazar Barkan and Ronald Bush (editors), Getty Research Institute Publications, 2002. Reviewed for Historical Archaeology 39(4):151-152, 2005.

Views of a Changing Landscape: An Archaeological and Historical Investigation of Sudley Post Office (44PW294), Manassas National Battlefield Park, Manassas, Virginia. Mathew B. Reeves, National Park Service, Regional Archaeology Program, Occasional Report No. 14, 1998. Reviewed for Historical Archaeology 39(2):151-152, 2005.

Made of Alabama Clay: Historic Potteries on Mobile Bay. Bonnie L. Gums, Center for Archaeological Studies, 2001. Reviewed for Historical Archaeology 37(4):132, 2003.

Religion, Power, and Politics in Colonial St. Augustine. Robert L. Kapitzke, University of Florida Press: Gainesville, 2001. Reviewed for The Society for Archaeological Sciences Bulletin 25 (1):25, Spring 2002.

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