Acquiring a Masterpiece

by Mike Sutton, Harrisburg, Illinois Originally Published in the Central States Archaeological Journal, Vol.56, No.4, pg.200 Originally Published in the Central States Archaeological Journal, Vol.57, No.2, pg.74 When moons and […]

A Large North Carolina Morrow Mountain Spear

by, Rodney M Peck, Kannapolis, North Carolina Originally Published in the Central States Archaeological Journal, Vol.56, No.4, pg.200 Originally Published in the Central States Archaeological Journal, Vol.57, No.2, pg.96 Perhaps […]

A Family Treasure

by Tim Dunham, Otterville, Missouri Originally Published in the Central States Archaeological Journal, Vol.56, No.4, pg.200 Originally Published in the Central States Archaeological Journal, Vol.57, No.2, pg.98 The St. Charles […]

A Large Kirk from Houston County, Georgia

by Robert Beasley. Smyrna, Georgia, Clinton, Missouri Originally Published in the Central States Archaeological Journal, Vol.57, No.2, pg.99 Originally Published in the Central States Archaeological Journal, Vol.56, No.4, pg.200 Originally […]

A Theory on the Usage of Bird Points

by Mike Roper, Trussville, Alabama Originally Published in the Central States Archaeological Journal, Vol.56, No.2, pg.94 I have collected artifacts in the surround¬≠ing counties of Trussville, Alabama for the past […]

Dog Day Afternoon

Story and photos by John B. Branney, Associate Editor I was researching new artifact hunting sites in the Denver Public Library in the summer of 1986 when I came across […]

THE BELL-LOCKSBURG BLADE

By Larry Merriam, Oklahoma City, OklahomaAnd Christopher Merriam, Norman, Oklahoma In 1934 Robert E. Bell and his friend Chuck Aronhalt made a return trip from their homes in Marion, Ohio, […]

The Curtsinger Spear

WILLIE PALMER COLLECTION, MOUNT EDEN, KENTUCKYStory and photos by John T Pafford It can be easily stated that much of the enjoyment of being a temporary caretaker of a great […]