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Michigan Barbed axe found in Nashville, Michigan. The axe is 8 1/2 inches in length and 4 inches wide at the barb.

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APRIL 2000
VOLUME 47 NUMBER 2

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Michigan Barbed axe found in Nashville, Michigan. The axe is 8 1/2 inches in length and 4 inches wide at the barb. From the collection of Douglas Ayles. It was chosen by the officers of the Wolverine Archaeological Society, to represent the state of Michigan on our cover.
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The Wayne Brooks Dalton

J. Steven Beasley

55
Sometimes it Makes You Wonder

Jerry Hampton

57
Avocational Archaeology: Not Just Ditch Digging

Carl M. Wright

58
Those Extra Special Holidays

Martin Murphy

60
Stolen Collection

61
The Facts About the Atlatl System

Larry B. Scheiber

63
Old Lucky

Leroy Hoagland

65
Pottery Makers Leave Their Mark

Ricky D. Miller

66
The Mystery of Creased Celts

Hal Fisher

70
The Volken Pipe

Dave Volken

73
Engravings: What do They Mean

Jim Bickel

74
The Kansas Archaeological Society Logo

Tom Wyatt

75
First Find of 99

Mike George

76
Introducing a Website

Jeff Abbas

77
The Meuser "Cache"

Dr. Lawrence W. Finney MD.

78
Yesterday in Bridgeton-"Moonlighting"

Bob Rampani

82
RockFever

Gary Kiebe

83
A Clovis Camp at the Martens Site

Julie Morrow Ph.D.

84
New Life after 40

Kent Waddill

86
Thievery, More Abominable Than Fakery

Willie Fields

90
Let's Talk About the Barnes Fluted Type

Gary Fogelman, Editor-in Chief, Indian Artifact Magazine

94
A Bird Effigy Bowl From the Collection of William S. Strode a 19th Century Collector from Fulton County, Illinois

Ray Fraser, ISAS Editor

98
A Small Michigan Slate Boatstone

Robert Whitehead

100
My Favorite "Spring" Site

Peter Graetz

101
The Battle of Woodlake

Larry Levin

102
Points and Barbs

Gregory Perino

103

 

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