Archaeology and Cultural Resources

American Anthropologist - full text with 7-year moving wall

American Antiquity - full text

American Ethnologist - full text with 7-year moving wall

American Journal of Archaeology - full text with 5-year moving wall

Archaeological Reports - full text

Cultural Anthropology - full text with 7-year moving wall

Cultural Resources Management - full text

Ethnohistory - full text through 1999; tables of content and abstracts only from 1999-present

Glyphs - full text

Historical Archaeology - tables of content and abstracts only

Human Ecology - tables of content and abstracts only via JSTOR; full text with a 12-month delay via Ebsco

International Journal of Historical Archaeology - tables of content and abstracts with select full text

Journal of Field Archaeology - tables of content and abstracts only

Kiva - tables of content and abstracts only

National Geographic magazine - full text

Native Peoples magazine - full text

Park Science - full text

SAA Archaeological Record (Society for American Archaeology) - full text

World Archaeology - full text


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