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TABLE OF CONTENTS

(Selected Pictures from the January Journal)

On the Cover
An Intrusive Mound Flat Ridged Base Monitor Pipe found by Albert Pullins in Jasper County Indiana. The site where is was buried had been farmed for years, and there wasn't any visible evidence of prehistoric habitation. But walking to were the pipe was found there appeared to be a low rise that might have once been a mound.
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Message From Your New Editor
3
Recovering From the Past, and More Importantly, Promoting Your State Society
John T. Crowley
4
The Dillo Newman
Hugh McKenzie
6
Great Artifacts Can Still Be Found
Steven R. Cooper
9
The Kinker Effigy Pipe
John W. Nunley
12
The Seal of the Archaeological Society of Oklahoma
Chris Merriam
16
The Haw River Point
Rodney M. Peck
17
The James e. Savage Collection: Evidence of continuous habitation of the Sardis Reservoir Area for 12,000 Years
Malcolm McLaughlin
20
Dad's Best Find
Robert Woolard
22
Preservation of the Pearson Cache
Steve Boles
24
A Rare Pipe Find in Kansas
Darrel Wilson
31
The Perry Mastodon: A Specimen Exhibit at Wheaton College
G.H. Haddock, E.J. Neiburger and S.O. Moshier
32
My First Arrowhead and What it Lead to
John T. Crowley
35
South Carolina Backed Clay Cooking Balls
Jim Maus
37
An Exceptional Fantail Bird
Patrick L. Mooney
39
The Unique Styles of Mississippi Benton Phase Bannerstones
J. Neal Brown
40
After Twenty-five Years I Finally Found a Cache
Gene Edwards
47
Book Reviews
48
Clues to the Past
Steven R. Cooper
51
Membership application
52
Officers and Individual state societies
53
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