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Volume 7 (1), 2000, "Tennessee"

Amateur Archaeologist Journal

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I. Letters to the Organizer (pp. 6-19)
II. Authenticating by radiocarbon-dating: A case example from Indonesia (pp. 20-22) by R.M. Gramly
III. A radiocarbon date for Glover's Cave, Kentucky (pp. 23-25) by R.M. Gramly
IV. Notes about two recently discovered artifacts from northwestern Pennsylvania (pp. 26-28) by Nicholas Miller and R.M. Gramly
V. Wood and bone artifacts (pp. 29-41) by Dennis Vesper
VI. A perspective on Tennessee archaeology (pp. 42-48) by R.M. Gramly
VII. Early Woodland sites in eastern Tennessee: A video documentary by Cleve Smith (pp. 49-53) by R.M. Gramly
VIII. A revisit to the Revnik Mississippian site (pp. 54-66) by R.M. Gramly
IX. Excavations along the Northwest Ridge, Central Hill, Wells Creek Crater, Tennessee (pp. 67-73) by R.M. Gramly
X. Selected artifacts from the Mark Clark Collection (pp. 74-85) by R.M. Gramly and Mark Clark
XI. The Marvin sword tip of Dover chert from Edingville Beach, South Carolina (pp. 86-89) by Robert L. Knight
XII. Note about the Play Pen Site—a remarkable collaspsed cavern in Warren County, Tennessee (pp. 90-91) by R.M. Gramly and Jeff Bayless
A. Member's Cooperation Column (pp. 92-93)
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