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JAN 2023 CSASI

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

(Selected Pictures from the January Journal)

On the Cover
orate ceremonial cache of 64 vessels placed in Mound D at the Kolomoki site in southwestern Georgia. Mound D was the second largest at the site, which also included a large Temple Mound, two conical burial mounds and several other platform mounds. Both vessels are on display in the museum at Kolomoki Mounds State Park in Blakely, Georgia. See story on page 4.
Photography by Steven R. Cooper

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Message from the Editor
3
Mounds and Earthworks on the Public Highway
   Part Twelve: Kolomoki Mounds State Park
Steven R. Cooper
4
Intrusive Mound Facial Effigies
Steve Hart
8
Hand Tools Made to Fit
David Marolf
14
Book Review:
   Archaeology of North Central Ohio Volume 4
17
A Reassessment of a Significant New England Artifact
William Moody
18
Obituary: Floyd Ritter
21
Obituary: Lonnie Alexander Hartline
21
Walking with Bob Jenkins
Dave Dawson
22
Two Axes in One Day
Frank Bramel
24
Cargo Cult Archaeology
E.J. Neiburger
26
An Exciting Museum and Background Story in Remote Nebraska
Peter G. Murphy
and Alice J. Murphy
31
Anomolous Artifacts
Nils Nilsson and
James Bennett
33
Remembering a North Carolina Collector
Ron L. Harris
36
Obituary: Donald Ray Ham
52
How Good of Outdoorsmen were Native Americans? Part Two
Scott Chandler
38
Kiamichi - A New Point Type
Jeremiah R. H. Johnson
45
Book Review:
   Sacred Fire Holy Smoke - The Ancient Origins of the New World
47
A Cache is Finally Reunited
Anthony Havens
48
Would You Rather Eat a Rabbit or a One-Ton Ground Sloth?
Dr. David A. Easterla, Ph.D.
49
Obituary: Byron McDonald
51
Membership Application / CSAJ back issues
52
Officers and Societies
53
Calendar of Events
56