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Volume 9 (2), 2003, "Massachusetts" — OUT OF PRINT

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I. Letters to the Organizer (pp. 7-18)
II. A perspective on Massachusetts archaeology (pp.19-28) by R.M. Gramly
III. An occurrence of Late Palaeo-American lanceolate points on the North River, MA, (pp. 29-34) by R.M. Gramly and Joe Finneran
IV. The Bull Brook fluted point site (pp. 35-44) by R.M. Gramly
V. Following the toolstone to "Wamsutta" (pp. 45-68) by Joe Finneran
VI. The Pine Street Spring site, Norwell, MA (pp. 69-78) by Bill Moody
VII. The Boats adze site, Dighton, MA (pp. 79-80) by Joe Finneran
VIII. Massacre and captivity in the 17th century Massachusetts: Mary Rowlandson's house (pp. 81-88) by R.M. Gramly
IX. Colonial halberd from King Philip's War (pp. 89-92) by Joe Finneran
X. A witchcraft pictograph from near Salem, MA (pp. 93-98) by R.M. Gramly
XI. "Lost and found" (pp. 99-100) by Joe Finneran
XII. The Fujimura scandal and the state of Japanese archaeology (pp. 101-106) by Hans Joachim Stein
XIII. A Middle Tennessee engraved pendant (pp. 107-108) by Jeff Bayless
A. Member's Cooperation Column (p. 109)

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