"The volume editors have provided an extensive discussion correlating the sites Moore visited with modern sites and summarizing current knowledge about each. This is a very useful addition to the original report and for those interested in Louisiana archaeology, the introduction alone is worth the price of the volume. . . . Anyone who is interested in Louisiana's early history, either at a profesisonal or more casual level, will enjoy reading this volume."
"A superb finale to one of the most notable recent contributions to the available literature on the archaeology of the Southeast. . . . The introduction represents a key body of research, making Moore's work immediately relevant to current studies. . . . The narratives of Moore's expeditions have come to be revered manuscripts, to be interpreted and reinterpreted in light of contemporary scholarship, pored over as a source of crucial knowledge concerning the vestiges of a fleeting past. With the addition of new data, Moore's findings must be reevaluated."