Papers of the Peabody Museum
The first volume of the Peabody Museum Papers—Standard or Head-Dress? An Historical Essay on a Relic of Ancient Mexico by Zelia Nuttall—appeared in 1888. Since then the series has published original research by such notable anthropologists as Alice C. Fletcher, Charles Willoughby, Herbert J. Spinden, Samuel J. Guernsey, Alfred V. Kidder, Ruth Sawtell, Benjamin L. Whorf, George W. Harley, Carleton Coon, Philip Phillips, Doris Z. Stone, John Rowe, Watson Smith, Clyde Kluckhohn, Gordon R. Willey, William White Howells, and many more. The most recent Papers volume, no. 85 in the series, is Pecos Pueblo Revisited: The Biological and Social Context, edited by Michèle E. Morgan (2010).
Papers volumes that have been digitized can be found via the links to the left. See below for a list of forthcoming digital volumes.
Volume 36. 1949. Franciscan Awatovi: The Excavation and Conjectural Reconstruction of a 17th-Century Spanish Mission Establishment at a Hopi Indian Town in Northeastern Arizona, Ross Gordon Montgomery, Watson Smith, and John Otis Brew (Report no. 3, Peabody Museum Awatovi Expedition).
Volume 37. 1952. Kiva Mural Decorations at Awatovi and Kawaika-a, with a Survey of Other Wall Paintings in the Pueblo Southwest, Watson Smith (Report no. 5, Peabody Museum Awatovi Expedition).
Volume 39, no. 1. 1972. Prehistoric Kivas of Antelope Mesa, Northeastern Arizona, Watson Smith (Report no. 9, Peabody Museum Awatovi Expedition).
Volume 39, no. 2. 1973. The Williams Site: A Frontier Mogollon Village in West Central New Mexico, Watson Smith.