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JAN 2018 CSASI

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

(Selected Pictures from the January Journal)

On the Cover
This Turkey Tail measures seven inches long by two and three-quarter inches wide. The material from which it was knapped is Harrison County flint, a medium gray in color with swirls of crusty white and dark gray. It shows traces of having been covered with red ochre. It is perfect in its composition For full story see page 5. Photography by Steven R. Cooper

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Obituaries  
4
A Special Turkeytail
Steve Hart
5
Recalling Duffy
Charles Mike Sutton
10
Chicago Region Waterways and Prehistoric Indian Sites
Edmund Butkus
14
Some Thoughts on Restoring Artifacts
Bill Moody
12
Practical Observations about the Sandy Springs Paleo Site
Jim Bennett & Nils Nilsson
21
The Ketterman Dalton
Rod Price
25
Artifacts from the Upper Coosa River Basin
Dr. Sandy Carter
26
Two Stories from Iowa    
  One: A Sharp Stick in the Eye    
  Two: You Never Know What You Will Find
David Marolf
28
Out the Back Door
Paul Herrick
30
A Savannah River Cache
V. Gary Henry
31
A Tribute to Thomas E. Browner
Steven R. Cooper
33
A Day to Remember!
Bob Costello
34
American Indian Bows with Three Examples from the Great Plains
Peter G. Murphy and Alice J. Murphy
36
Copper Spud Science
E.J. Neiburger
38
Fluted Points from Smith County, Tennessee: Part Three
Dan F. Morse, Phyllis A. Morse and John Waggoner, Jr.
43
A Unique New England “Mend-Hole” Bannerstone
Ron L. Harris
43
A Michigan Hi-Lo Point
George Jachim
45
Plans Change for the Better
Ellken Boshart
46
Book reviews:
  Alabama’s Prehistoric Indians and Artifacts
 
47
A Wooden Gorget
Charlie Wagers
48
Archaeology and Artifacts
Dr. David H. Dye
50
Membership Application
52
Officers and Societies
53
Calendar of Events
56