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Volume 1 (1), 1994, "Florida"

Amateur Archaeologist Journal

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I. Letters to the Organizer (pp. 7-19)
II. Survey of State Historic Preservation Officers (pp. 20-30) by R.M. Gramly
III. Making casts of artifacts (pp. 31-35) by R.M. Gramly
IV. The Native American Graves and Repatriation Act—the dilemma for donors (pp. 36-37) by R.M. Gramly
V. A Perspective on Florida archaeology (pp. 38-44) by R.M. Gramly
VI. The Ross Bay Archaic encampment (pp. 45-56) by R.M. Gramly
VII. A mound near Palatka, northern Florida (pp. 57-64) by R.M. Gramly
VIII. A rare Weeden Island vessel (pp. 65-67) by R.M. Gramly
IX. A visit to the Warrior Springs site, near Perry, Taylor Co., Florida (pp. 68-71) by R.M. Gramly
X. Thoughts about the ASAA Annual Meeting (pp. 72-75) by R.M. Gramly
XI. Thoughts about a correspondence course in archaeology (pp. 76-77) by R.M. Gramly
XII. A Member's suggestion: Pre-printed site recording forms and an ASAA archive (pp. 78-81) by R.M. Gramly
XIII. An historic Caddo Indian village (Hasinai) in East Texas (pp. 82-83) by W.R. Mickle
XIV. Thoughts about archaeological resources (p. 84) by R.M. Gramly
XV. Text of an address before the Northeastern Anthropological Association (pp. 85-87) by R.M. Gramly
XVI. Loveland's Stone Age Fair (pp 88-89) by R.M. Gramly
XVII. Archaeological professionalism is a state of mind (pp. 90-91) by Howard A. MacCord, Sr.
A. Member's Cooperation Column (pp. 7-21)
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