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Volume 8 (1 & 2) 2002, Special publication — OUT OF PRINT

Amateur Archaeologist Journal

Readers are reminded that back issues of The Amateur Archaeologist may be ordered by writing the Organizer at 455 Stevens Street, North Andover, MA 01845 (978-683-4175). The cost of each issue is $15.00 plus $4.00 for postage (up to 5 copies), or as noted.

Volumes 3 (2), 5 (2), 6 (1), 7 (2), 8 (1 & 2) and 9 (2) are out of print; others are in very limited quantities.


This full volume is a monograph devoted to ASAA's continuing excavations at the Very Early Archaic Dalton encampment — the Olive Branch site — Alexander County, southern Illinois. It is entitled OLIVE BRANCH: A VERY EARLY ARCHAIC SITE ON THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER.

The monograph (264 pp.) was published in both softbound and hardbound versions with a total run of approximately 1100 copies. Both versions except for binding and dustjacket are otherwise identical featuring: a frontispiece, fold-out map of the site, 102 plates (32 in color), 49 figures (including map) and 8 tables. The binding is Smythe-sewn.

Special features are a Foreword by the late ASAA Member Dr. Robert E. Funk and Appendix about human cremains by Smithsonian Institution researchers Karin L. Bruwelheide and Douglas W. Owsley.

SOFTCOVER AND HARDCOVER ARE OUT OF PRINT

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