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Greenstone perforated Southern-Cult spatulate found in Talladega County Alabama by Glenn Cheatwood.

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Greenstone perforated Southern-Cult spatulate found in Talladega County Alabama by Glenn Cheatwood. It is shown actual size. This artifact was choosen by the officers of the Rebel State Archaeological Society to represent Alabama on our cover. Photo by Art Gerber.
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Selected Images

159
Burnt Bluff Caves And Pictographs

Don and Noreen Gustafson

160
Follow The Turtle

Jeff Wendler St. Jacob, Illinois

163
Solving Prehistoric Artifact Mysteries

Frank Romano

172
The Eden and the Four Wheeler

Ronald J. Meyer

173
What Mystery? An Answer to Creased Celts

Larry Kinsella

174
Michigan Doorstops

Teresa Putty Shelbyville, Indiana

176
Avocational Archaeology

Carl M. Wright

178
When Did The Bow And Arrow Come To The Mid- West?...Possibly Much Sooner Than You Thought

Dr. E. J. Neiburger,
Curator Emeritus Lake County, Museum Waukegan, Illinois

180
The Tip of an Arrowhead

Dennis Glynn

183
The Sanilac Petroglyths

Mike Szajner Royal Oak, Michigan

184
Two Halves Can Make a Whole

Bill Norton

187
Salvage Archaeology101

Ron Covietz

188
An Update on the Clipped Wing, aka the Fox Valley Point

Edmund Butkus

190
The Levin Site

Larry Levin

193
The Hawley Mic-Mac Pipe

Corky Barrack Coldwater, Michigan

194
Ancient Man and Forensics

John C. Smith

195
Copper Skulls

Robert J. Hruska

198
Selected Images

199
Minutes of the CSAS Delegates Meeting

200
The St. Louis Fluted Variety Clovis From Logan County, Illinois

Dr. Leslie Pfeiffer

202
On the Trail of History

William A. Steele

204
Artifacts in the Snow

John M. Mahowald

206
Points and Barbs

Gregory Perino

207

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