Central States Archaeological Societies
Central States Archaeological Societies
Connect with CSASI on facebook

April 2017 CSASI

Purchase past Journals

Join CSAS


TABLE OF CONTENTS

(Selected Pictures from the April Journal)

On the Cover
Raptor talon effigy bifaces excavated from house floor, Link Farm site (40HS6) (A.D. 1300-1400), Humphreys County, Tennessee. Courtesy of the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture, University of Tennessee. These are part of a new column in this publication, “Archaeology and Artifacts” by Dr. David H. Dye, Professor of Archaeology at the University of Memphis. For the full story, see pages122-123. Photography by David H. Dye

Buy this Journal
will be available April 2018
Message from your Editor   75
Archaeology in Early America - The Big Mound   74
The Dalton Hole
Rick Steed
75
Seven Superb Axes
Dr. David A. Easterla
77
Hopewell Copper
E.J. Neiburger
80
Archaeology in Early America - Wonders of the Lowlands: Part One   87
Bifurcated points
Ted Koelikamp
90
Spear Weights or Atlatl Weights?
David Vohlken
92
The 1730 seige of the Fox Fort, McClean County, Illinois
Ray Fraser
93
An Owl Effigy Bottle
James E. Maus
95
A Kirk Point Gone Awry
Peter G. Murphy
and Alice J. Murphy
97
Two Hunting Tales from Iowa
David Marolf
98
   A Bar of Soap    
  The Root Bear Graham Cave    
The Ronald K. Knight Relic Room Signal Mountain, Tennessee   100
The “Family Tree” Collection
Bill Moody
102
Miniature Stone Axes
Ron L. Harris
104
A Unique Bannerstone – The Story of a Family Heriloom
Mark Retz
and Steven R. Cooper
106
Plummets from the Lower Illinois River Valley,
New Canton, Pike Co, Illinois
Korhan B. Raif M.D.
108
A Case For Native American Altered Jesuit Rings
Jake Ilko Jr.
109
Paleo/Archaic Points from Western North Carolina
V. Gary Henry
112
Benton and Elk River/Benton Blades Far from Home
Edmund Butkus
113
Book Review:
  Lost City of the Monkey God
114
Obituaries
114
I’ll Find an Axe and be Right Back
Paul Herrick
115
The Pipe
Scott Sprague
and Steven R. Cooper
116
Clues to the Past
Steven R. Cooper
118
Archaeology and Artifacts
Dr. David H. Dye
122
Membership Application   124
Officers and Societies   125
Calendar of Events   128