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TABLE OF CONTENTS

(Selected Pictures from the October Journal)

On the Cover
Dr. Henry Milton Whelpley (1861-1926). His collection remains mostly intact today, and was one of the best ever assembled in the Mid-West at the Turn-of-the-Century. He is shown in the photograph with several incredible pottery vessels. For the full story, see page 174 in this issue. This photo originally appeared on page 405 of Who’s Who In Indian Relics Volume 4.
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Message from your Editor
171
Readers Share Some Finds   172
Letters to the Editor   173
Dr. Henry Milton Whelpley and his Phenomenal Turn-of-the-Century Collection
Steven R. Cooper EIC
174
The Polly Blowout
Tom Westfall
180
An Ususual Patination on a Savannah River Point
181
Minutes of the Collinsville Business Meeting of the C.S.A.S.I.
March 17th 2012
Hugh McKenzie
182
A Unique Cache Find in the North Carolina Foothills
Ron Harris
183
Overlooked Artifacts - Net Weights
Bob Reeves
186
A Decorated Catlinite Pipe from Mobridge, South Dakota
Ray Fraser
189
A Seldom-Found Type of Projectile Point from North Carolina ’s Piedmont
Peter G. Murphy and Alice J. Murphy
190
Book Review Southern Raised Ridge Axes
191
The Source of Old Copper Worm Tracks
E.J. Neiburger
192
Book Review Overstreet Identification and Price Guide to Indian Arrowheads Twelfth Edition
195
An Amazing Tennessee Benton Spearpoint Shown Full Size
196
A Mineralized Deer Antler Tine Spear Point and a Mineralized Bison Bone Gouge From Southwestern Iowa
David A. Easterla, Ph.D.
198
The Airplane Dalton (A New Way to Hunt Arrowheads)
Herman Shelley
200
Swift Creek Complicated Stamped Ceramics
Tim Brawner
201
Mission Impossible
David Wuester and Truett Garner
203
The Kerrville Knife - Unusual Examples Show Type Diversity
Malcolm T. McLauglin
205
Artifact Huntin’ Stories
Clarence G. Mason
206
Big Blue
C.J. O’Neill
207
The Fortune Cookie Folsoms
Kenny Resser
209
A Large Adena Type Celt from Giles County Virginia
Rodney M. Peck
211
A Unique Dalton Period Knife
Andy Havens
213
Trade Axes As Weapons
Mark W. Miller
214
Clues to the Past
217
Membership Application
220
Officers and Societies
221
Calendar of Events
224