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Dalton Point made from banded Flint Hill chert. It was found by Darrel Wilson on 13 July, 1991, in Riley County, Kansas.

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Dalton Point made from banded Flint Hill chert. It was found by Darrel Wilson on 13 July, 1991, in Riley County, Kansas. The Dalton dates to 8900-7900 BC. This point was chosen by the Kansas Archaeological Society to represent its state on our cover. From the collection of Darrel Wilson. It is shown actual size.
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Leslie Pfeiffer

56
A Minnesota Treasure: The Legacy of Charles E. Hanson

Dr. John M. Mahowald

58
My "Indiana-Illinois" Birdstone

Dick Keller

60
Catlinite Trade Pipe

Darrel Wilson

61
A Purpose for the Collection and Collecting

Dr. Curt J. Gronner, DDS.

62
A Tapered Celt from Michigan

Douglas Whitcomb

67
An Amazing Site

Stanley Harris

68
Georgia Tektites Worked into Artifacts by American Indians

Hal Povenmire

70
Sammy's Bannerstone

Chuck Bair

72
Avocational Archaeology: Is Your Collection in Your Will

Carl M. Wright

74
The Savage Connection

Dr. Alfred D. Savage

80
Fox Valley

Lincoln Smith

84
Early Morning Etley

Bob Rampani

86
The Fern Ridge Mound Group

Don Prestien

88
The Scissor Cache

Mike Tootill

92
My Favorite Kirk Point

Jim McAvoy

96
Pair of Three-Quarter Grooved Axes

Rodney M. Peck

98
Most Unusual Pieces

Jim Meurer

100
Points and Barbs

Gregory Perino

102

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