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JAN 2021 CSASI

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

(Selected Pictures from the January Journal)

On the Cover
The cover photograph shows several flakes and chunks of Hole-in-the-Wall agate that were extracted during 2019 work at Red Eagle
Mine. (See the article starting on page 38.) If you would like to participate in the project to recognize this agate in prehistory and receive
several samples for comparison with specimens in your collection, please send postage ($8.50) to cover the mailing of a small priority
mail box to: R. M. Gramly, 455 Stevens Street, North Andover, Massachusetts 01845. The return address should be given clearly. Feedback
about any discoveries of this agate will be gratefully appreciated. In the future, updates will be given on what is uncovered.
Photograph by Steven R. Cooper

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Message from the Editor
3
Letters to the Editor
4
Obituary - William Jack Hranicky
4
The Story of a Little Pot and the Man Who Found It
Tristen Arnold
5
A Stone Axehead Effigy Smoking Pipe
Lawrence Cunningham
7
Tecumseh’s Pipe
Charlie Wagers
8
Several Possible Carlsbad Points
Kevin Zeeck
10
The Myer Figurine
Dr. Sandy B. Carter, Jr.
11
An Elaboration of Risks in Trespassing to Surface Collect: Reflections on “Never Trespass – Always Get Permission,”
Gary S. Foster
15
Three Catlinite Pipes from Kansas
Darrel Wilson
16
When the Appraiser Becomes the Buyer
Warren Boatwright
19
Lilly, Lilly, Lilly
Paul Herrick
20
Iowa Pottery
David Marolf
22
The Difference Between Historic and Prehistoric “Old Copper”
E.J. Neiburger
24
A Rare Moorehead Phase “Red Paint” Pendant
Bill Moody
30
North Carolina Quartz Crystal Points
Ron Harris
31
Trans-Atlantic Migrations in Prehistory – One Proof?
Wm. Jack Hranicky
34
So it is Not Perfect – I Still like It
David A. Easterla, Ph.D.
36
The Thunderstorm Allen
Garrett Robbins
37
Hole-in-the-Wall: Archaeological Discovery of a Major Lithic Source in North-Central Nevada
Richard Michael Gramly / Mark Newton /
Steve Wallmann / D. C. Waldorf
38
Fur Trade Effects Regarding the Ojibway Native Americans, circa 1800
John/Jake Ilko
54
The Lure of Drawing Points
Irvin Brown
78
A Bipoint Cache from Posey County, Indiana
Dan Stropes
60
A Michigan Archaic Three-quarter Groove Axe
George R. Jachim
62
Clovis Paleo Point Personal Finds from Illinois and Indiana
Edmund Butkus
64
Two Quivers of the Plains Indian
Peter G. Murphy and
Alice J. Murphy
66
Book Review
Archaeology of North Central Ohio Volume 3
67
Membership Application / CSAJ back issues    
Officers and Societies    
Calendar of Events
72