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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Message from Your Editor
171
A Few Thoughts Regarding the Woodland Period Steven R. Cooper 172
The Mississippian Indians and Copper E.J. Neiburger 174
Mississippian Pottery Dolls
Robert Woolard
177
Upper Mississippian Huber Site Revisited 2004
Edmund Butkus
178
Extremes in Mississippian Art
Steven R. Cooper
 
Part One: Miniatures
182
Part Two: Massive Mississippian Ritual Flints:Sources of Power
184
A Drilled Greenstone Southern Spatulate
Bob Reeves
186
Ancient Mississippian Pastimes
E.J. Neiburger
188
A Small Fortune
190
A Question Regarding Caddoan Bell-shaped Points
Larry B. Scheiber.
191
Mississippian Pipes: Art in Stone and Pottery
Robert Woolard
192
Stone Box Artifacts - circa 1970
V. Gary Henry
195
Mississippians in North Carolina
Ron l. Harris
196
The Human Form in Mississippian Pottery: A Specia Section
198
The Evidence is Obvious: Two Prehistoric Vessels Showing Malnutrition
Steven R. Cooper
202
Two Massive Stone Artifacts from Mississippi
203
The Guth Dugout
William Iseminger
204
Assistance Needed: Tracking Down a Mississippian Celt Cache from Union County
Steve L. Boles
207
Pee Dee Projectile Points of North Carolina’s Mississippian Period
Peter G. Murphy & Alice J. Murphy
208
Two Interesting Vessels from Texas
Larry Parkhill
210
A Gorget Gives Up its Secret
Steven R. Cooper
211
Black Drink Cup
Mike Sutton
212
Mississippian Tooth Mutilations
E.J. Neiburger
214
Clues to the Past   218
Membership Application   220
Officers and Societies   221
Calendar of Events   224

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