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TABLE OF CONTENTS

(Selected Pictures from the July Journal)

On the Cover
This artwork is a part of the Mississippian Period display at The Museum of Native American History in Bentonville, Arkansas. Depicted is a Caddo village around 1350. Artwork by Kelly Green
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Message from Your Editor
115
Letters to the Editor
116
Obituaries
118
Minutes of the C.S.A.S.I. Business Meeting March 12th, 2011   119
Readers Share Some Finds
120
Hoe, Hoe, Hoe … Two Notched, One Not
Robert Woolard
121
A Bennett Style Shell Gorget from Eastern Tennessee
Ron L. Harris
122
I Only Wish the Bones Could Talk
Jeff Ulch
123
The Mickey Mouse Shell Gorgets
Jim Maus
125
The Lowly Chopper
Bob Reeves
127
UPDATE: A New Date for the Perry Mastodon
E.J. Neiburger
130
Documentation of a Regional Axe Type
Ted Koelikamp
132
Paint Cups:An Endeavor in Which Little is Known
Merrill Kuske
133
Savannah River Blades
Ron L. Harris
135
In Praise of the Perryton Stone Age Fair, April 23, 2011
Tom Westfall
136
The Carter Bannerstone
Rodney M. Peck
138
The Warrick County Engraved Hairpin
David Lutz
140
The Mississippian Spade
Jeffery Steiner
142
In My Younger Years
Ben Thompson
146
The Finding of Two Clay Trade Pipes
V. Gary Henry
147
Modified Paleo Bone Sharpened Digging/Pick Tools of Extinct Bison and Sabertooth Cat From Southwest Iowa
David A. Easterla, Ph.D.
148
Don’t Hunt with Strangers
Norm Emerson
152
Stone Spheroids of the Carolina Piedmont
Peter G. Murphy
and Alice J. Murphy
153
Book Review:
An Eastern Perspective on Archaic Soapstone Bowls
and Quarries from Virginia, Georgia and the Carolinas
154
Two Parts Make One
Jessie King
155
Colorful Hopewell from Pike County, Illinois
Korhan B. Raif
156
Trash or Treasure
Tyler Van Ert
158
Little Celts
E.J. Neiburger
159
Transformation
Mike Sutton
161
Clues to the Past
162
Membership Application
164
Officers and Societies
165
Calendar of Events
168