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1. A Previously Unreported Fluted Point from Martha’s Vineyard—a Paleo-American Manifestation along the Terminal Moraine (posted May 2007) By William Moody

3. Turkeytails, Funeral Observances, and the Sacred Calendar (posted June 2008) By Richard Michael Gramly, PhD

4. Diet, Food Preservation and Cooking Among Ohio Valley Early Cultures (posted July 2008) By Richard Michael Gramly, PhD

5. Idol Pipes: Review of Examples (posted September 2008) By Richard Michael Gramly, PhD

6. The Cumberland/Barnes Tradition: Its Character and Chronological Position within a Greater Fluted Point Tradition (posted October 2008) By Richard Michael Gramly, PhD

9. Two Undescribed Adena Tablets and Some Speculations as to their Significance
© Duncan Caldwell 1996 text and imagery
(posted february 2009) By Duncan Caldwell

10. Petroglyph Pathways (posted July 2009) By Michael Clauss

12. Updated Site Report for Fox Pond Farm/Shaw’s Creek Site, Aiken, South Carolina, 2006-2007 Excavations
American Society for Amateur Archaeology (posted September 2009) Prepared by Robert L. Knight, Ph.D.
We published an earlier submission in our printed journal; this piece is an update.

13. An Ingenious, Anciently "Splinted" Stone Sculpture from Meso-America
(posted November 2009) By Richard Michael Gramly, PhD

17. Abstract Stone Sculptures of Ancestors: Examples from Prehistoric North America
(posted June 2010) By Richard Michael Gramly, PhD

18. Huge Martha's Vineyard Muller/Grinding Stone (posted December 2010) By William Moody

19. A Prehistoric Wooden Sculpture of a Snake from the Dominican Republic (posted December 2010) By Richard Michael Gramly, PhD

20. The Vail Habitation and Kill Site: Implications for Palaeo-American Behavior and Band Size (posted January 2011) By Richard Michael Gramly, PhD

21. An Archaic Effigy Bead from Peninsular Florida (posted January 2011) By Richard Michael Gramly, PhD

22. Bird Engravings and Maces After 1600 AD (posted April 2011) By Dennis Vesper, ASAA Lifetime Member, Covington, Kentucky

24. A Remarkable Clovis Point From Upper Cross Creek, Washington County, Pennsylvania (posted August 2011) By Richard Michael Gramly, PhD

28. Prehistoric Mortuary Lots from Arkansas — the O'Connell Collection (posted June 2013) By Richard Michael Gramly PhD, American Society for Amateur Archaeology

29. A Search for and Recovery of "Toss Pieces" at the Vail Habitation Site. Oxford County, Maine (posted August 2013) By Richard Michael Gramly PhD, American Society for Amateur Archaeology

30. 2013 Fieldwork in Colbert Co., Northern Alabama (posted August 2013) By Richard Michael Gramly PhD, American Society for Amateur Archaeology

33. The ASAA Mastodon and the Bowser Road Site, Orange County, New York (posted November 2014) By Richard Michael Gramly PhD, American Society for Amateur Archaeology

34. A Review of the Cumberland Fluted Point Tradition in Relation to the Dutchess Quarry Caves (NY) and the Phil Stratton Site (KY) ABSTRACT: A review of 80 years of research and thinking about the archaeological phenomenon known as Cumberland reveals misunderstanding of its age and cultural position. The culturally stratified and very well-dated Dutchess Quarry Caves site, in conjunction with the pioneering investigation of the extensive Phil Stratton site, suggest that early manifestations of Cumberland are older than Clovis. The origin of fluted point technology lies with the long-lived Cumberland Tradition, which began to develop in southeastern North America. (posted January 2015) By Richard Michael Gramly PhD, American Society for Amateur Archaeology.

35. Archaeological Investigations at Moccasin Island, Brush Pond, Colbert County, Alabama (posted February 2016) By Richard Michael Gramly PhD, American Society for Amateur Archaeology

36. Bowser Road Mastodon Site, Orange Co., New York (large pdf file 16,309,060 bytes)
Article submitted to the July Atlatl newsletter on the Bowser Road Mastodon Site, Orange Co., New York: Freshly Butchered Remains VS. Curated Remains by Richard Michael Gramly (posted August 2016). See pages 5 to 11 for article.

37. A Snook Kill Cache from North-Central Connecticut
By Richard Michael Gramly, PhD (posted August 2016)
"We are presented with a group of well-made, thinned, and (presumably) ready-for-use flaked stone tools that belong to the "broadspear tradition" of eastern North America."

39. Evidence of Early Clovis Occupation of the Middle Connecticut River Valley By Jason Lovett Newfane, Vermont (posted December 24 2016)

40. SANDIA POINTS in Western Missouri: Collecting by Fletcher Jolly III at the Perry Site (23RY36), Ray County
by Richard Michael Gramly (posted April 2017).

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