M.A. Thesis: Mlle de Scudéry's Ibrahim, ou l'Illustre Bassa in Germany: Philipp von Zesen, Daniel Caspar von Lohenstein, August Adolf von Haugwitz (UNC-CH, Comparative Literature, 1968)
Ph.D. Dissertation: Transaction Units: An Approach to the Structural Study of Narrative through the Analysis of Percyvelle of Galles, Li Contes del Graal, and Parzival (UNC-CH, Comparative Literature, 1973)
Ph.D. Dissertation: Mortal Knowledge: Anatomizing the Person (UNC-CH, Anthropology, 2004)
Humanities Computing and Electronic Records Archivy:
1977 An Introduction to Archaeological Computing: Some Problems and Methods. Humanistiske Data, occasional report of NAVF's EDB-Senter for Humanistiske Forskning i Bergen, 15-20.
1983 Voyage through the Gutenberg Galaxy: A case study in bookmaking technologies. Mississippi Libraries 47(1):18-21.
1984 Computers for professors: A guide for the perplexed. Academe 70(4):9-16.
1985 Newsfilm Project Software Details. In Lisa F. Buechele, Newsfilm Index: A Guide to Newsfilm Collection 1954-1971, 541-542. Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson.
1991 with Clara Sue Kidwell. Choctaw Land Claims in Mississippi: Management and Analysis of Heterogeneous Data. In Ian Lancashire (ed.), Research in Humanities Computing 1: Selected Papers from the ALLC/ACH Conference, Toronto, June 1989, 325-334. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
1997 with Jenice Tate and David Miller. Electronic Records Management Survey: Report of Results. Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Electronic Records Initiative. https://www.ischool.utexas.edu/~galloway/SURVRPT.pdf
2000 Automation and Accountability. Government Technology, July.
2000 Mississippi Electronic Records Initiative: A case study in state government electronic records. Final report to NHPRC. https://www.ischool.utexas.edu/~galloway/FINREPT.pdf
2002 with Marlan Green, Sue Soy, and Stan Gunn. Coming to TERM: Designing the Texas Email Repository Model. D-Lib Magazine, September 2002. http://www.dlib.org/dlib/september02/galloway/09galloway.html
2004 Preservation of Digital Objects. Annual Review of Information Science and Technology, Volume 38:549-89.
2004 with Anne Marie Donovan, Maria Esteva, Addy Sonder, and Sue Trombley. Archival Appraisal, Websites, and DSpace. In Proceedings, IS&T's Archiving Conference (Society for Imaging Science and Technology), 66-70.
2006 Archives, Power, and History: Dunbar Rowland and the Beginning of the State Archives of Mississippi (1902-1936). American Archivist 69(1), 79-116.
2007 Case Study: The Eyes of Texas: What can archivists learn from working with a digital institutional repository? In Richard Pearce-Moses (ed.), New Skills for a Digital Era, report on a workshop sponsored by the National Archives and Records Administration and the Society of American Archivists, June 2006.
2008 Big Buckets or Big Ideas? Classification vs. Innovarion on the Enterprise 2.0 Desktop. ARMA International Educational Foundation.
2009 Oral Tradition in Living Cultures: The role of archives in the preservation of memory. In Jeannette Bastian and Ben Alexander (eds.), Communities and their Archives. London: Facet.
2010 Digital Archiving. In Marcia Bates and Mary Niles Maack (eds.), Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, Third Edition. 1:1, 1518-1527.
2011 Personal Computers, Microhistory, and Shared Authority: Documenting the Inventor-Early Adopter Dialectic. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing 33(2), 60-74.
2011 Retrocomputing, Archival Research, and Digital Heritage Preservation: A Computer Museum and iSchool Collaboration. Library Trends 59(4), 623-636.
2011 Educating for Digital Archiving through Studio Pedagogy, Sequential Case Studies, and Reflective Practice. Archivaria 72 (Fall), 169-196.
2012 Playpens for Mind Children: Continuities in the Practice of Programming. Information and Culture: A Journal of History 47(1), 38-78.
2014 From Archival Management to Archival Enterprise to the Information Domain: David Gracy and the Development of Archival Education at the University of Texas. Information and Culture: A Journal of History 49(1), 3-33.
2014 Plenary Session 4: Commentary on Integrating Research and Teaching. Preservation, Digital Technologies, & Culture 43(1-2), 51-53.
History and Ethnohistory:
1980 The Mississippi Provincial Archives Project at MDAH. The Primary Source, newsletter of the Society of Mississippi Archivists, 2(1):13-14, 22.
1981 Louisiana Post Letters, 1700-1763: The missing evidence for Indian diplomacy. Louisiana History 22(1):31-44.
1981 Dearth and Bias: Issues in the editing of ethnohistorical materials. Association for Documentary Editing Newsletter 3(2):1-6.
1981 Historic Tribes in the Yazoo Basin during the French Colonial Period. In Samuel O. Brookes, Cultural Resources along the Yazoo River from Greenwood to Vicksburg, Mississippi, Appendix. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg District.
1981 Multidimensional scaling for mapping ethnohistorical narrative: Choctaw villages in the eighteenth century. In Proceedings of the Xth Congress of the UISPP, Comision IV: Coloquio Manejo de datos y metodas mathematicas de arqueologia, 158-175.
1982 Choctaw Factionalism and Civil War, 1746-1750. Journal of Mississippi History 44:289-327. Reprinted, revised in Carolyn Reeves (ed.), The Choctaw before Removal, University Press of Mississippi, Jackson: 1985.
1982 Editor. La Salle and His Legacy: Frenchmen and Indians in the Lower Mississippi Valley. University Press of Mississippi, Jackson.
1982 Sources for the La Salle Expedition of 1682. In Galloway (ed.) La Salle and His Legacy, 11-40.
1982 Henry de Tonti du village des Chactas, 1702: The Beginning of the French Alliance. In Galloway (ed.), La Salle and His Legacy, 146-175.
1982 French-Choctaw contact, 1680s to 1763. In William Brescia (ed.), Choctaw Tribal Government: A New Era, 8-13. Choctaw Heritage Press, Philadelphia, Mississippi.
1984 with Dunbar Rowland and A.G. Sanders (ed. and trans.) Mississippi Provincial Archives: French Dominion, vols. IV and V. LSU Press, Baton Rouge.
1985 The Barthelemy Murders: Bienville's establishment of the lex talionis as a principle of Indian diplomacy. In E.P. Fitzgerald (ed.), Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Meeting of the French Colonial Historical Society, 1982, 91-103. University Press of America, Lanham, MD.
1987 with Robert Weddle and Mary Christine Morkovsky (eds.), La Salle, the Mississippi, and the Gulf of Mexico: Three Primary Documents. Texas A&M Press, College Station, TX.
1987 Talking with Indians: Interpreters and Indian Policy in Colonial Louisiana. In Winthrop D. Jordan and Sheila L. Skemp (eds.), Race and Family in the Colonial South, 109-129. University Press of Mississippi, Jackson.
1987 Tunicas under the French regime, 1676-1763. In Faye Truex and Patricia Q. Foster (eds.), The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe: Its Culture and People, 20-32. Tunica-Biloxi Indians of Louisiana, Marksville.
1988 Foreword. In Alexander Moore (ed.), Thomas Nairne's Muskogean Journals, vii-ix. University Press of Mississippi, Jackson.
1989 The Chief who is your Father: Choctaw and French Views of the Diplomatic Relation. In Peter H. Wood, Gregory A. Waselkov, and M. Thomas Hatley (eds.), Powhatan's Mantle: Indians in the Colonial Southeast, 254-278. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln.
1990 Sauvole, entry in Joseph Dawson (ed.), The Louisiana Governors: From Iberville to Edwards, 4-7. LSU Press, Baton Rouge.
1991 Couture, Tonti, and the English Connection: A Revision. In Hester Davis (ed.), Arkansas Before the Americans, 74-94. Arkansas Archaeological Survey Research Series 40.
1991 The Archaeology of Ethnohistorical Narrative. In David Hurst Thomas (ed.), Columbian Consequences, Volume 3, 453-469. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington.
1991 Editor. Native, European, and African Cultures in Mississippi, 1500-1800. Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson.
1991 Formation of Historic Tribes and the French Colonial Period. In Patricia Galloway (ed.), Native, European, and African Cultures in Mississippi, 1500-1800, 57-75. Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson.
1992 Editor with Philip Boucher. Proceedings of the Fifteenth Meeting of the French Colonial Historical Society. University Press of America, Lanham, MD.
1992 Editor. Proceedings of the Sixteenth Meeting of the French Colonial Historical Society. University Press of America, Lanham, MD.
1992 The Emergence of Historic Indian tribes in the Southeast. In Barbara Carpenter (ed.), Ethnic Heritage in Mississippi, 21-44. University Press of Mississippi, Jackson.
1993 Blood and Earth: European Use of North American Native Remains from Contact to the Present. In Leslie Bary et al. (eds.), Rediscovering America 1492-1992: National, Cultural and Disciplinary Boundaries Re-Examined, 111-131. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge.
1993 Editor. Proceedings of the Seventeenth Meeting of the French Colonial Historical Society. University Press of America, Lanham, MD.
1994 Confederacy as a Solution to Chiefdom Dissolution: Historical Evidence in the Choctaw Case. In Charles Hudson and Carmen McClendon (eds.), The Forgotten Centuries: Indians and Europeans in the American South, 1521-1704, 393-420. University of Georgia Press, Athens.
1994 "So Many Little Republics": British Negotiations with the Choctaw Confederacy, 1765. Ethnohistory 41(4):513-37.
1995 The Southeast: Farmers of the Mississippi Valley; De Soto: Memories of the Invaders; Tribes, Trade, and Colonial Warfare: The Rise of the Choctaw Confederacy. Segments in Mark Leone and Neil Asher Silberman (eds.), Invisible America: Unearthing our Hidden History, Henry Holt and Company, New York.
1995 Choctaw Genesis 1500-1700. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln.
1995 An Essay on Historical Sources. The Journal of Chickasaw History 1(2):29-32.
1996 Ougoula Tchetoka, Ackia, and Bienville's First Chickasaw War: Whose Strategy and Tactics? The Journal of Chickasaw History 2(1):3-10.
1996 New Orleans, Mississippi River, James Adair, Red Shoe, Choctaw Indians. Entries in Alan Gallay (ed.), Encyclopedia of the Colonial Wars of America. Garland, New York.
1997 Editor. The Hernando de Soto Expedition: History, Historiography, and "Discovery" in the Southeast. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln.
1997 Commemorative History and Hernando de Soto. In Galloway (ed.), The Hernando de Soto Expedition, 410-435.
1997 Conjoncture and Longue Durée: History, Anthropology, and the Hernando de Soto Expedition. In Galloway (ed.), The Hernando de Soto Expedition, 288-294.
1997 The Incestuous Soto Narratives. In Galloway (ed.), The Hernando de Soto Expedition, 11-44.
1997 with Ann Ramenofsky. Disease and the Soto Entrada. In Galloway (ed.), The Hernando de Soto Expedition, 259-279.
1998 Debriefing Explorers: Amerindian Information in the Delisles’ Mapping of the Southeast. In G. Malcolm Lewis (ed.), Cartographic Encounters: Perspectives on Native American Mapmaking and Map Use, 223-240. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
1998 Savage Medicine: Du Pratz and Eighteenth-Century French Medical Practice. In David Buisseret (ed.), France in the New World: Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Meeting of the French Colonial Historical Society, 107-118. Michigan State University Press, East Lansing.
1998 Commentary and Reflection on Long-Term Continuities and Discontinuities. In Vincas Steponaitis (ed.), The Natchez District in the Old, Old South: Southern Research Report #11, 67-78. Center for the Study of the American South, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
1999 René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle. Entry in John Garraty and Mark Carnes (eds.), American National Biography, vol. 13, 213-14. Oxford University Press, New York.
2002 Colonial Period Transformations in the Mississippi Valley: Dis-integration, Alliance, Confederation, Playoff. In Robbie Ethridge and Charles Hudson (eds.), The Transformation of the Southeastern Indians, 1540-1760, 225-47, 313-16. University Press of Mississippi, Jackson.
2003 Rhetoric of Difference: Du Pratz on African Slave Management in Eighteenth-Century Louisiana. French Colonial History 3:1-15.
2003 The Four Ages of Alibamon Mingo, fl. 1700-1766. Journal of Mississippi History.
2004 Indians of the Lower Mississippi and Trans-Mississippi to the End of the French Regime. In Paul E. Hoffman (ed.), The Louisiana Purchase and its Peoples, 63-73 (Lafayette: Louisiana Historical Association).
2004 Choctaw, Natchez, Chakchiuma, Small Tribes of the lower Mississippi. Handbook of North American Indians: Southeast (Washington: Smithsonian Institution).
2006 La Florida as immutable mobile: Mapping poetic distance onto real people and places. In Raquel Chang-Rodriguez (ed.), Beyond Books and Borders. (Bucknell University Press in English, the press of the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru in Spanish).
2006 Practicing Ethnohistory. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
2008 Countering 'a powerful indefiniteness': Doing Choctaw ethnohistory in the liminal space between history and archeology. In Greg O'Brien (ed.), Pre-Removal Choctaw History: Exploring New Paths. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
2009 Choctaws at the Border of the "Shatter Zone": Spheres of Exchange and Spheres of Social Value. In Robbie Ethridge and Sheri Shuck-Hall (eds.), Mapping the Mississippian Shatter Zone. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
1975 with Ian Graham and Irwin Scollar. Model Studies in Seriation Techniques. In Computer Applications in Archaeology, 18-24. University of Birmingham Computing Centre, Birmingham, England.
1975 with Ian Graham and Irwin Scollar. Model Studies in Computer Seriation. Journal of Archaeological Science 3:1-30.
1976 Cluster Analysis using Fragmentary Data. In Computer Applications in Archaeology, 41-47. University of Birmingham Computing Centre, Birmingham, England.
1976 Note on Terminology for Comb Descriptions. Medieval Archaeology 20:154-156.
1978 Restoring the Map of Medieval Trondheim: A Computer-aided Investigation. Journal of Archaeological Science 5:153-165.
1979 The Combs. In Giles Clarke, The Lankhills Cemetery (Winchester Studies 3: Pre-Roman and Roman Winchester, part ii), 246-248. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
1981 Comb reports. In Philip Crummy, Aspects of Anglo-Saxon and Norman Colchester (CBA Research Report 39), 5-7, 16. Council for British Archaeology, London.
1981 with Mark Newcomer. The craft of comb-making; an experimental enquiry. Bulletin of the Institute of Archaeology of the University of London 18:73-90.
1981 with Christopher S. Peebles. Notes from Underground: Archaeological data management from excavation to curation. Curator 24:225-251.
1983 Comb report. In Nina Crummy, The Roman small finds from excavations in Colchester 1971-9 (Colchester Archaeological Report 2), 57. Colchester Archaeological Trust, Colchester.
1984 Technical Origins for Chickachae Combed Ceramics: An Ethnohistorical Hypothesis. Mississippi Archaeology 19(2):58-66.
1985 Editor. Anthology of Mississippi Archaeology, 1966-1979. Mississippi Archaeological Association, Jackson.
1986 The Direct Historical Approach and early historical documents: An ethnohistorian's view. In David Dye and Ronald Brister (eds.), The Protohistoric Period in the Midsouth, 1500-1700, 14-23. MDAH Archaeological Report 18.
1987 Poundbury Combs. In C.J.S. Green, Excavations at Poundbury, Dorchester, Dorset, 1966-1982; Vol. 1: The Settlements. (Monograph Series of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society).
1988 Comb report. In Nina Crummy, The post-Roman small finds from excavations in Colchester 1971-85 (Colchester Archaeological Report 5), 22. Colchester Archaeological Trust, Colchester.
1989 Editor. Southeastern Ceremonial Complex, Artifacts and Analysis: The Cottonlandia Conference. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln.
1989 with Jay K. Johnson and Walter Belokon. Historic Chickasaw Settlement Patterns in Lee County, Mississippi: A First Approximation. Mississippi Archaeology 24(2):45-52.
1990 The Craft of Comb-Making. Combs of Bone, Antler, and Ivory. Both in Martin Biddle (ed.), Object and Economy in Medieval Winchester (Winchester Studies 7: The Crafts and Industries of Medieval Winchester, part ii), 264-267, 665-678. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
1992 The Unexamined Habitus: Direct Historic Analogy and the Archaeology of the Text. In Christopher Peebles and Jean-Claude Gardin (eds.), Representations in Archaeology, 178-195. Indiana University Press, Bloomington.
1993 Ethnohistory. In Jay K. Johnson (ed.), The Development of Southeastern Archaeology, 78-108. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.
1994 Prehistoric Population in Mississippi: A First Approximation. Mississippi Archaeology 29(2):44-71.
1997 Where Have All the Menstrual Huts Gone? The Invisibility of Menstrual Seclusion in the Late Prehistoric Southeast. In Cheryl Claassen and Rosemary Joyce (eds.), Women in Prehistory: North America and Mesoamerica, 47-62. University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia. Reprinted in Kelley Hays-Gilpin and David S. Whitley (eds.), Reader in Gender Archaeology, 197-211 (Routledge, London, 1998) and in Caroline B. Bretell and Carolyn F. Sargent (eds.), Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective, 3rd ed., 70-81 (Prentice-Hall, 2001).
2000 Archaeology from the Archives: The Chambers Excavations at Lyon's Bluff, 1934-35. Mississippi Archaeology 35(1): 23-90.
2006 Material Culture and Text: Exploring the Spaces Within and Between. In Martin Hall and Steven Silliman (eds.), Historical Archaeology, 42-64. Oxford: Blackwell.
Language and Literature:
1979 Testing a theory of narrative analysis by computer. In D.E. Ager, F.E. Knowles, J.M. Smith (eds.), Advances in Computer-Aided Literary and Linguistic Research, 53-57. University of Birmingham, Birmingham, England.
1979 Yngve's Depth Hypothesis and the structure of narrative: the example of detective fiction. In Maxine McCafferty and Kathleen Gray (eds.), The Analysis of Meaning: Informatics 5, 104-109. ASLIB, London.
1979 Producing narrative maps with multidimensional scaling techniques. Computers and the Humanities 13:207-222.
1979 Manuscript filiation and cluster analysis: The Lai de l'Ombre case. In La Pratique des ordinateurs dans la critique des textes, 87-95. CNRS, Paris.
1980 with Helen Boreland. Authorship, discrimination, and clustering: Timoneda, Montesino, and two anonymous poems. ALLC Bulletin 9:125-151.
1982 Filiation, Classement, Cluster Analysis: Lai de l'Ombre. Le Médiéviste et l'ordinateur 7:10-14.
1982 Clustering variants in the Lai de l'Ombre manuscripts: techniques and principles. ALLC Journal 3:1-8.
1983 Narrative theories as computational models: reader-oriented theory and artificial intelligence. Computers and the Humanities 17:169-174.
2003 The Construction of Faulkner's Indians. The Faulkner Journal XVIII, 1-2:9-32.
Book Reviews and Conference Reports:
1979 Report on Informatics 5: The Analysis of Meaning. ALLC Bulletin 7:182-183.
1980 A Comparative View of French Louisiana, 1699 and 1762, by Carl Brasseaux. Journal of Mississippi History 42:285-287.
1981 Literature and Semiotics: A Study of the Writings of Yu. M. Lotman, by Ann Shukman. Style 15:55-61.
1981 Hardware Review: The Kurzweil Data Entry Machine. Computers and the Humanities 15:3, 183-185.
1982 The Only Land They Knew, by J. Leitch Wright, Jr. Journal of Mississippi History 44:89-91.
1982 The Siouan Languages Archive: User's Handbook, by David S. Rood. The Primary Source 4:1, 21.
1983 The Roots of Dependency, by Richard White. Journal of Mississippi History 45:322-3.
1984 George Gauld: Surveyor and Cartographer of the Gulf Coast, by John D. Ware and Robert R. Rea. Journal of Mississippi History 46:67-8.
1985 The Mississippi Choctaws at Play: The Serious Side of Leisure, by Kendall Blanchard. American Indian Quarterly. 8(3):247-248.
1986 Spanish Sea, by Robert Weddle. Journal of Mississippi History 48:74-76.
1986 Alabama and the Borderlands: From Prehistory to Statehood, edited by R. Reid Badger and Lawrence A. Clayton. Georgia Historical Quarterly 70(2):334-336.
1986 A Choctaw Source Book, edited by John H. Peterson, Jr. Journal of Mississippi History 48:245-246.
1987 The Southern Indians and Benjamin Hawkins, 1796-1816, by Florette Henri. The Southern Quarterly 25(2):149-151.
1988 The Historic Indian Tribes of Louisiana: From 1542 to the Present, by Fred B. Kniffen, Hiram F. Gregory, and George A. Stokes. Western Historical Quarterly 19(4):456-457.
1989 Quest for the Promised Land: Official Correspondence Relating to the First Acadian Migration to Louisiana, 1764-1769, ed. by Carl Brasseaux. Journal of Mississippi History 51(4):378-380.
1990 First Encounters: Spanish Explorations in the Caribbean and the United States, 1492-1570, edited by Jerald T. Milanich and Susan Milbrath. Journal of Mississippi History 52(1):57-60.
1990 "Not Worth a Straw": French Colonial Policy and the Early Years of Louisiana, by Mathé Allain. Louisiana History 31(3):325-327.
1991 A New Face on the Countryside: Indians, Colonists, and Slaves in South Atlantic Forests, 1500-1800, by Timothy Silver. Forest and Conservation History 36(1):37.
1991 Major Robert Farmar of Mobile, by Robert R. Rea. Journal of Mississippi History 53(3):288-290.
1991 The Education of Little Tree, by Forrest Carter. The Southern Quarterly 29(4):185-186.
1991 Program of the 1991 Annual Meeting of the Mississippi Historical Society. Journal of Mississippi History 53(3):251-254.
1992 A New Andalucia and a Way to the Orient: The American Southeast During the Sixteenth Century, by Paul Hoffman. Journal of Southern History 58(3):504-505.
1992 Columbian Consequences, Volume 2: Archaeological and Historical Perspectives in the Spanish Borderlands East, edited by David Hurst Thomas. Ethnohistory 39(1):65-68.
1992 The Juan Pardo Expeditions: Exploration of the Carolinas and Tennessee, 1566-1568, by Charles Hudson. Journal of Southern History 58(1):327-328.
1992 Reading Material Culture: Structuralism, Hermeneutics and Post-Structuralism, edited by Christopher Tilley. American Anthropologist 94(1):194.
1992 Colonial Arkansas 1686-1804: A Social and Cultural History, by Morris S. Arnold. North Carolina Historical Review 69(3):335-336.
1993 The French Thorn: Rival Explorers in the Spanish Sea, 1682-1762, by Robert S. Weddle. Journal of Southern History 59(2):330-331.
1994 The Founders of America: How Indians discovered the land, pioneered in it, and created great classical civilizations; how they were plunged into a Dark Age by invasion and conquest; and how they are now reviving, by Francis Jennings. Florida Historical Quarterly June:105-106.
1994 Indians, Settlers and Slaves in a Frontier Exchange Economy: The Lower Mississippi Valley Before 1783, by Daniel H. Usner, Jr. Journal of Interdisciplinary History.
1994 The Expedition of Hernando de Soto West of the Mississippi, 1541-1543, edited by Gloria Young and Michael Hoffman. Journal of Southern History 60(4):774-75.
1994 Hernando de Soto and the Indians of Florida, by Jerald Milanich and Charles Hudson. Hispanic American Historical Review 74(2): 342-343.
1995 Calumet & Fleur-de-Lys: Archaeology of Indian and French Contact in the Midcontinent, edited by John Walthall and Thomas Emerson. Journal of the West, January:94-95.
1995 Situado and Sabana: Spain's Support System for the Presidio and Mission Provinces of Florida, by Amy Turner Bushnell. Southeastern Archaeology 14(2):212.
1995 The Savannah River Chiefdoms: Political Change in the Late Prehistoric Southeast, by David Anderson. Georgia Historical Quarterly 79(3):701-3.
1996 Culture, Form, and Place: Essays in Cultural and Historical Geography, edited by Kent Mathewson. Louisiana History 37(3):355-56.
1996 Hernando de Soto: A Savage Quest in the Americas, by David Duncan. Georgia Historical Quarterly 80(3):646-47.
1996 Choctaws and Missionaries in Mississippi, 1818-1918, by Clara Sue Kidwell. The Southern Quarterly 34(4):134-35.
1997 Florida Indians and the Invasion from Europe, by Gerald Milanich. Journal of Field Archaeology 24:500-501.
1997 A History of the Timucua Indians and Missions, by John H. Hann. Journal of Southwest Georgia History 12:86-87.
1998 The Cultural Transformation of a Native American Family and its Tribe: A Basket of Apples, by Joel Spring. American Scientist 86: 199-200.
1998 The Many Hands of My Relations: French and Indians on the Lower Missouri, by Tanis C, Thorne. Journal of Anthropological Research 54:114-115.
1998 The Caddo Nation, by Timothy Perttula. American Antiquity 63(3):521.
1998 William Bartram on the Southeastern Indians, edited by Gregory Waselkov and Kathryn Holland Braund. Louisiana History 38:123-25.
1998 Knights of Spain, Warriors of the Sun: Hernando de Soto and the South's Ancient Chiefdoms, by Charles Hudson. Journal of Mississippi History 60(4):374-375.
1999 Numbers from Nowhere: The American Indian Contact Population Debate, by David Henige. American Historical Review 104(3):867.
2001 Wilderness Manhunt: The Spanish Search for La Salle, by Robert S. Weddle (reprint edition). Le Journal 17(1):10-11.
2001 Indians of the Greater Southeast: Historical Archaeology and Ethnohistory, edited by Bonnie G. McEwen. Georgia Historical Quarterly 85(1): 129-31.
2001 Searching for the Bright Path: The Mississippi Choctaws from Prehistory to Removal, by James Taylor Carson. Louisiana History 42(3):363-65.
2001 Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca: His Account, His Life, and the Expedition of Pánfilo de Narváez, by Rolena Adorno and Charles Pautz. Hispanic American Historical Review 81(2):355-59.
2003 Columbus's Outpost among the Tainos: Spain and America at La Isabela, 1493-1498 and Archaeology at La Isabela: America's First European Town, by Kathleen Deagan and Jose Maria Cruxent. The Journal of American History, June 2003: 202-204.
2003 Closing an Era: Historical Perspectives on Modern Archives and Records Management, by Richard J. Cox. Libraries & Culture 38(4):419-21.
2004 Yuchi Ceremonial Life: Performance, Meaning, and Tradition in a Contemporary American Indian Community, by Jason Baird Jackson. Anthropological Linguistics 45(4): 459-461.
2004 The Promise of Cultural Institutions, by David Carr. Libraries & Culture 39(3):347-49.
2006 Lineages and Genealogies: Four Recent Books about Creek Indians. Ethnohistory 53(4), 753-764.
2011 Choctaw Crime and Punishment, 1884-1907, by Devon Abbott Mihesuah. Western Historical Quarterly, Summer 2001, 237-8.