Beaver effigy measuring 3 inches tall by 5-1/2 inches wide by 8 inches from nose to tail. Found in Mississippi County, Missouri by Bill Teeters

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Beaver effigy measuring 3 inches tall by 5-1/2 inches wide by 8 inches from nose to tail. Found in Mississippi County, Missouri by Bill Teeters (deceased). Some people think this is a dog with a bone, but the flat tail indicates that it is a beaver with a stick. From the collection of Ron Smith. Photo by Art Gerber.
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2004 Calendar of Events 132
From the Editor-in-Chief

133
A Message from Your President

134
A Harahey Knife for a Rookie

135
Island of Hafted Scrapers

136
My First Find

138
A Smith Finds a Smith

139
Another Theory for the Atlatl

140
Minutes of the CSAS Delegates Meeting

142
An Analysis of the Neubauer Process of Fashioning Old Culture Implements

144
The Pacolet River Soapstone Quarry: Pacolet, South Carolina   149
Interesting Vessel from Jefferson County, Florida

152
A Lady and Her Basket

170
How Extensive was the Folsom Tradition in North America

171
Paleo Artifacts from Jefferson County, Kentucky

176
Engraved Spaniard Effigy Gorget? You Decide for Yourself   178
Unusual Bone Artifact   180
Pottery Restoration Made Easy   182
Learning Through Experimental Archaeology   186

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