Central States Archaeological Societies
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JANUARY 2000
VOLUME 47 NUMBER 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS

On the Cover
This cover represents our state of Iowa and is also a CSAJ success story. It makes the case for documenting your artifacts better than I ever could. This axe was stolen at an artifact show and later returned due in large part to repeated publication. It was of no use to the thief. This Keokuk Axe was found in Des Moines County, Iowa and was originally from the Denver Estate It is once again in the collection of Bruce Filbrandt. Shown approximately full size.
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Fond Memories Never Die

Donnie R. Luetjen

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The Beaver's Axe

Dale E. Roberts

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Arctic Artifacts

Kenneth Basset

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Red River Find

L. D. Cook

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Flake Folsoms

Ronald Van Heukelom

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Long-Stemmed Spuds

Toney Aid

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Environmental and Cultural Changes in the Northeastern Plains Over the Last 12,000 Years

Mike Bradley

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Avocational Archaeology: Siliceous Rocks and Patina

Carl M. Wright

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The (Abbey) Abbie

Tim Brawner

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The Transfiguration Bannerstone

Rodney M. Peck

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Isolated Find

J. Steven Beasley

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The Internet Saves a Clovis Base Again

Michael Ford

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The Prehistory of Randolph County, Alabama

Dana Chandler

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The Antiquity of Scalping

E. J. Neiburger

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Banner Stone Hill

Dennis J. Glynn

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Amateur Archaeology in Greene County, Illinois

Frank Romano

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Black Beauty, A Snyders Spear

John Baldwin

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The Law of Averages

Tyler Van Ert

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Introducing the Gopher State Archaeological Society

Thomas Amble, Therese Scholar and Ed Bench, G.S.A.S.

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What a Mound

Brian K. Blinn

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The Four Halves

George Daubert

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The Ludon Sandlin Dovetail

Dwight Phillips

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Kentucky's Double Cache

Scott O. Stoke and Janie Boone

46
Shannon's Gorget Field

Dale Lycan

48
Points and Barbs

Gregory Perino

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