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Volume 12 (2) "Iowa"

Amateur Archaeologist Journal

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I. Letters to the Organizer
II. ASAA 2004 excavations at Rainbow Ranch, Terrell County, West Texas by Mike Gramly
III. Preliminary report for Fox Pond/Shaw's Creek site, Aiken, South Carolina by Robert L. Knight
IV. Thoughts about the Masonic Hill site, Kentucky by Mike Gramly
V. Analysis of faunal osseous material from the Goodyear site in Elma, Erie County, western New York (conclusion) by Zygmunt Bieniulis
VI. Archaeological test-excavations at the supposed site of the Powell Trading Post, near Chaneysville, Pennsylvania by Mike Gramly and Del Beck
VII. 2005 excavations at Pueblo San Lazaro, New Mexico by Mike Gramly with a contribution by Kirk Spurr
IX. An overview of Iowa archaeology by Mike Gramly
X. The Rasmussen Ditch site: A Native American encampment at the Iowa River Headwater by Mike Gramly and Mike Kruse
A. Member's Cooperation Column

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