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Southern dual-type bannerstone found by a non-collector while walking through a plowed field along the Saluda River in Saluda County, South Carolina. The bannerstone was drilled only 1/8th of an inch. From the collection of Jack Willhoit.

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Southern dual-type bannerstone found by a non-collector while walking through a plowed field along the Saluda River in Saluda County, South Carolina. The bannerstone was drilled only 1/8th of an inch. From the collection of Jack Willhoit.
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The Mother of Indiana Jones, "A Collector Strikes Back"

Forrest Fenn

4
Right- or Left-Handed

Jerry Combs

8
Our Favorite Stretches, Part II -A Creek in Taylor County, Iowa

Jesse Stephens

10
Rare Minnesota Points

Michael Bradley

14
Avocational Archaeology: The Plains Archaic and Plains Woodland

Carl M. Wright

17
Yesterday in Bridgeton "Site #7"

Bob Rampani

18
Flint Ridge Material in Kansas, Not this Time

Darrel Wilson

20
A Historic Chlorite Pipe, Possibly from Tennessee

Claude Britt Jr.

22
Clovis Points in the Mid-South: European Origins

Jackie Corbin

24
The Romance of Collecting

Rodney M. Peck

26
Crable Phase Pottery

Ray Fraser

28
A Few Miles More

Martin Murphy

31
Joy's "Expectant" Rock

Keith Couch

33
Wisconsin Slate

David Stilp

34
'Kennewick' Ruling a Crime Against Science

Michael J. Kelly

39
An Unusual Elk Antler Tool

Glen A. Carls

40
The Little Ones

Jerry D. Hampton

43
Yadkin Points

Ben R. Brady

45
The Cibolo Creek Site

Dr. Leslie Pfeiffer

46
Points and Barbs

Gregory Perino

51

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