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TABLE OF CONTENTS

(Selected Pictures from the January Journal)

On the Cover
A grouping of Clovis-like projectile points from the Williamson Paleo Indian Workshop Site, Dinwiddie County, Virginia Collection of Rodney M. Peck See Story on page 45 Photo by Ashley Smallwood, Ph. D. Candidate, Texas A & M University.
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3
A Few Thoughts Regarding the Paleo Period
Steven R. Cooper
4
The Mammoth Eaters:Very Early Man in America
E.J. Neiburger
6
Two Previously Unreported Fluted Points from the North Carolina Peidmont
Peter G. Murphy and Alice J. Murphy
12
One of Just Three:An Extremely Rare Paleo Projectile Point from Georgia
J.Steven Beasley
15
Observations on Pike County and Beaver Lake Point Topology and a Possible Distinction in Their Cultural Development
William Pettit
16
Experimentation led to Discovery
Col. John F. Berner
18
Rust on the Plow
Cliff Jackson
20
Michigan Paleo and Bayport Chert
Todd Walterspaugh
22
Do You Know the Difference?
Steven R. Cooper
23
Paleo Evidence ont he High Plains
Tom Westfall
24
Re-Worked Clovis Projectile Points
Rodney M.Peck
26
The Stanfield Knife: A Large Paleo Blade
Col.John F. Berner
29
Hafting Strategies for Knife Utilization in the
Clovis Tradition
Greg L. Moore
30
A Gallery of Paleo Points
32
Flaking and Reduction Strategies as a Chronological Indicator In Cumberland and Early Archaic Artifacts
Greg L. Moore
37
Paleo Period Points of the Carolina Piedmont
Ron L. Harris
39
Megafauna Tools: A Paleo Site in Kentucky
Dan T. Harper
42
The Williamson Paleo Indian Workshop Site, Dinwiddie County, Virginia
Rodney M.Peck
45
Clues to the Past
Steven R. Cooper
48
Membership Application
52
Officers and Societies
53
Calendar of Events
56

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