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The Amateur Archaeologist is the organ of the American Society for Amateur Archaeology with offices at 455 Stevens Street, North Andover, MA 01845. All information within this publication is available for use by ASAA members. Except for normal citations and brief excerpts no non-member may use information herein for any purpose without permission of the ASAA Organizer.

Amateur Archaeologist Journal

The first 13 volumes of The Amateur Archaeologist exist as printed softbound copies, averaging 100 pages in length per number (two numbers constitute a volume). Issues may be purchased directly from the ASAA business office at the above address.

After Volume 13 all journal submissions will be posted in the Society's electronic journal — The Amateur Archaeologist Online. Our aim is to maintain an online journal indefinitely and to add fresh articles throughout the year.

The Amateur Archaeologist Online welcomes articles and communications from members; please note that authors waive any claim to copyright if they submit materials for publishing in the Society's journal.

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