Bottled in Illinois:
Embossed Bottles and Bottled Products of Early Illinois Merchants from Chicago to Cairo 1840-1880
by Kenneth B. Farnsworth and John A. Walthall
2011, 816 pp.
At Home in the Illinois Country:
French Colonial Domestic Site Archaeology in the Midwest 730-1800
by Robert F. Mazrim
2011, 268 pp.
The Rhoads Site: A Historic Kickapoo Village on the Illinois Prairie
by Mark J. Wagner
2011, 284 pp.
In June 2008, the David Brown Book Company/Oxbow Books purchased the bulk of our FAI-270 series inventory.
With the exception of Vol. 28 (only a few copies remain in our inventory), all of the FAI-270 books are available for purchase through David Brown Book Company/Oxbow Books.
Please visit here to browse David Brown Book Company's website for the FAI-270 series and more.
One of ISAS’s primary goals, as a scientific survey unit of the Prairie Research Institute at the University of Illinois, is the dissemination of information on archaeological and historical topics to both professional and public audiences.
ISAS produces three archaeological publication series: Studies in Archaeology (SIA), ISAS Research Reports (ISASRR), and the Transportation Archaeological Bulletins (TAB). Through these publications ISAS strives to further educate and inform the public in the preservation, protection, and interpretation of the archaeologial resources of Illinois.
In addition ISAS has select publicaions from our ISAS Technical Reports series and several speciality publications.
Studies in Archaeology
This externally peer reviewed series, Studies in Archaeology, brings scholarly works of topical and regional research to the broadest possible audience.
This series is designed specifically to provide an outlet for the rapid production of reports covering detailed scientific analyses primarily of interest to professional archaeological researchers.
Archaeological Bulletins brings together research on similar topics into a single volume and provides detailed scientific analyses and theoretical insights on topics of interest to a broad professional audience.
ISAS Compliance (now Technical Reports) are short run publications designed for fullfillment of government compliance reporting. Normally only produced to meet governmental laws, reports of a broader scope are made available for purchase.
ISAS distributes limited publications from other organizations with a focus on Illinois Archaeology.