Two Keokuk Axes from Illinois

by Mike Wayland, San Jose, Illinois Originally Published in the Central States Archaeological Journal, Vol.57, No.2, pg.68 Hunting has always been good in our area. Many years ago my father-in-law, […]

A Cache of Two Iowa Slant (Wide, Square) Groove Axes

by David A. Easterla, Ph.D., Maryville, 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.71 During […]

Do Not Judge the Axe Maker Until You Know the Rock Type

by David A. Easterla, Ph.D., Maryville, 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.82 Recently the […]

A South Carolina Southern Raised Ridge Axe

by Billy Abee, Union, South 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.100 This report […]

The Southeastern Monolithic Axe

The Southeastern Monolithic Axe Tim Brawner, Dothan, Alabama The apex of the Woodland Period sparked the development of the great chiefdoms of the Missis¬≠sippian. During this period the Southeastern Ceremonial […]