"Probate Inventories in Historical Archaeology: A Review and Alternatives", in Text-Aided Archaeology, ed. Barbara J. Little, pp. 205-215.
Post Medieval Pottery: 1650-1800, by Jo Draper, Shire Archaeology, Bucks, UK.
"Evolution and Horizon as Revealed in Ceramic Analysis in Historical Archaeology", by Stanley South. Chapter 17, pp. 68-82 in Historical Archaeology: A Guide to Substantive and Theoretical Contributions, edited by Robert L. Schuyler, Baywood Publishing Co., Farmindale, NY, 1978.
"First Look at a Lost Virginia Settlement", by Ivor Noël Hume, National Geographic, June, 1979, pp. 735-768.
"New Clues to Virginia's Lost Settlement", by Noël Hume, National Geographic, January 1982, pp. 53-77.
"The City Under the Sea", by D.L. Hamilton in Science Year 1986, pp. 95-106.
"A Sunken 17th-century City: Port Royal, Jamaica", by D.L. Hamilton and Robyn Woodward, in Archaeology Magazine, January/February 1984, pp. 40-45.
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INA Newsletter, Vol. 17, No. 2:
"A Decade of Underwater Research at Port Royal", Hamilton
"The Port Royal Ship", Clifford
"Radiography at Port Royal", Smith
"Spatial Patterns at Port Royal" Schroeder
INA Newsletter, Vol. 17, No. 4: "Port Royal 1990: The Last Excavation Season", Hamilton
"Everyday Life at Port Royal Before the Earthquake", in Port Royal, Jamaica, by Michael Pawson and David Buisseret, Oxford Press, pp. 98-124
1554 Plate Fleet
"Shipwrecks in the Wake of Columbus", by J. Barto Arnold, in Archaeology Underwater: An Atlas of the World's Submerged Sites, edited by Keith Muckelroy, Section IV, pp. 102-109.
"Race and Class on Antebellum Plantations", by John Otto, in Archaeological Perspectives on Ethnicity in America, edited by Robert L. Schuyler, Chapter 1, pp. 3-13.
"Looking for the "Afro" in Colono-Indian Pottery", by Leland Ferguson, in Archaeological Perspectives on Ethnicity in America, edited by Robert L. Schuyler, Chapter 2, pp. 14-25.
"Archaeological Visibility of Afro-American Culture: An Example from Black Lucy's Garden, Andover, Massachusetts", in Archaeological Perspectives on Ethnicity in America, edited by Robert L. Schuyler, Chapter 3, pp. 29-37.
"Using Written Records in the Archaeological Study of Slavery: An Example from the Butler Island Plantation", by Theresa A. Singleton, in Text-Aided Archaeology, edited by Barbara Little, pp. 55-66.