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Volume 12 (1), "Arkansas/MO"

Amateur Archaeologist Journal

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I. Letters to the Organizer (pp. 7-19)
II. Rainbow Ranch revisited (pp. 21-32) by Nick Miller
III. An unusual discovery of a Maine lithic artifact in coastal Rhode Island (pp. 33-34) by Bill Moody
IV. An engraved elk mandible from northwestern Indiana (pp.35-40) by Mike Gramly and Tom Bellinger
V. Analysis of faunal osseous material from the Goodyyear Site in Elma, Erie County, western New York (pp. 41-52) by Zygmunt A. Bieniulis
VI. An overview of Arkansas and Missouri archaeology (pp. 53-58) by Mike Gramly
VII. Some observations on Caddoan archaeology in Arkansas (pp. 59-66) by Richard Steed
VIII The KaDoHa project: A Caddoan settlement at Murfreesboro, Arkansas (pp. 67-90) by Mike Gramly and Sam Johnson
IX. The Vancil Mound site: a southeast Missouri Mississippian perspective (pp. 91-102) by Charles Hostetler
X. ASAA excavations in Greasy Creek Holler, SW Missouri (pp. 103-114) by Mike Gramly and Val Waldorf
A. Member's Cooperation Column (pp. 115-116)

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