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PDFs of Articles from Pennsylvania Archaeologist Volume 49 1979

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The Tioga Point Farm Site Charles L. Lucy and Leroy Vanderpoel 1-12 1-2
Typology and Chronology of Fluted Points from the Flint Run Area William M. Gardner and Robert A. Verrey 13-46 1-2
Is the Middle Woodland Period Within the Monongahela Drainage a Time of Population Decrease or Simply a Problem of Ceramic Temper Confusion? Harry O. Holstein 47-51 1-2
The Mulert Petroglyph Site, 36WH585 James L. Swauger 52-54 1-2
Strategies for Culture Resource Management Research: A Case Study From The Upper Potomac Valley Russell G. Handsman 55-74 1-2
BOOK REVIEW:  Archaeological Bibliography for Eastern North America, Compiled by Roger W. Moeller and John Reid  & A Bibliography of Ohio Archeology, By James L. Murphy Charles H. Holzinger 75-77 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: The Science of Archaeology? Richard S. MacNeish. W. Fred Kinsey, III 75-77 1-2
Discovering the Past Ira F. Smith, III 78-79 1-2
Artifact   81-83 1-2
The Enderle Site: An Historic Burial Locality in Erie Country, Ohio Mark F. Seeman & Janet Bush 1-12 3
The Western Basin Tradition: Algonquin or Iroquois?  David M. Stothers 13-30 3
Roman's Battery: Early Revolutionary War Fortification J. C. Harrington 31-41 3
BOOK REVIEW: Ancient Disease in the Midwest. (ed. 2). Dan Morse. Wilton Marion Krogman 42-43 3
Artifact   44-45 3
Interpreting  Finds from a Small Disturbed Site William A. Turnbaugh and Donald R. Schmidt 1-8 4
Early Smoking Pipes in the Susquehanna River Valley Ira F. Smith, III 9-23 4
Intra-Longhouse Spatial Analysis Mirna Kapches 24-29 4
Changing Patterns of Information and Material Flow at the Archaic-Woodland Transition in the Northeastern U.S Steven R. Simms 30-44 4
BOOK REVIEW: Paleo-Indian Settlement Pattern in the Hudson and Delaware River Drainages. Leonard Eisenberg R. Michael Stewart 45-46 4
Artifact   47-49 4
PDFs of Articles from Pennsylvania Archaeologist Volume 48 1978

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An Eighteenth Century Witch Bottle in Delaware County, Pennsylvania M. J. Becker 1-11 1-2
Client Oriented Archeology: A Comment on Kinsey's Dilemma James E. Fitting 12-15 1-2
Two New Radiocarbon Dates for New Jersey R. Alan Mounier 16-19 1-2
The Excavation of the Anderson Mound Richard L. George 20-32 1-2
An Occurrence of Pott's Deformity in Western Pennsylvania Gregory Krill and Michael I. Siegel 33-38 1-2
A Personal Account of the Unami Delaware Big House Rite Jay Miller and Nora Thompson Dean 39-43 1-2
Possible Aboriginal Glyphs from Southern Connecticut B. W. Powell 44-47 1-2
Shaker Reed Stem Tobacco Pipes James L. Murphy 48-52 1-2
The "Lost" Petroglyph Rock of the Barnesville Track Rocks Petroglyph Site, 33BL2 James L. Swauger 53-54 1-2
lroquoian Matriliny Bruce G. Trigger 55-65 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: Amerinds and Their Paleoenvironments in Northeastern North America. Edited by Walter S. Newman and Bert Salwen. Marilyn Stewart 66-71 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: Method and Theory in Historical Archeology. Stanley South Ronald Carlisle 66-71 1-2
Artifact   72 1-2
Excavations at Lambert House: A Colonial Homestead in Lower Connecticut B. W. Powell 1-15 3
The Cannelton "Sun God," 36BV146 Beaver County, Pennsylvania James L. Murphy 16-19 3
Monongahela Artifacts from the Ryan Site Richard L. George 20-36 3
BOOK REVIEW: The Late Prehistory of the Lake Erie Drainage Basin: A 1972 Symposium Revised. David S. Brose David M. Stothers 37-41 3
BOOK REVIEW: The Richards Site and the Philo Phase of the Fort Ancient Tradition. Jeff Carskadden and James Morton (eds. ). Jeffrey R. Graybill 37-41 3
BOOK REVIEW: Lower Susquehanna Valley Prehistoric Indians, W. Fred Kinsey, III. Ronald L. Michael 37-41 3
Discovery of Fort Loudoun, Franklin County, Pennsylvania Barry C. Kent 42-47 3
Artifact   48 3
Excavations at "Woodville" (36AL29): A Late 18th Century Home in Western Pennsylvania James B. Richardson and Ronald C. Carlisle 1-23 4
CONSTITUTION OF THE SOCIETY FOR PENNSYLVANIA ARCHAEOLOGY, INC   24-32 4
The McJunkin Site, a Preliminary Report Richard L. George 33-47 4
Artifact   48 4
46SU3 Revisited J. D. Applegarth, J. M. Adovasio, J. Donahue, With sections by D. Dirkmaat, ]. Dwyer, W. C. Johnson, K. Lord, B. Rovegno, M. Vanzin 1-103 Spec
PDFs of Articles from Pennsylvania Archaeologist Volume 47 1977

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The Indian God Rock Petroglyph Site 36VE36 James L. Swauger 1-13 1
Petroglyphs from the Upper Delaware Valley Edward J. Lenik 14-18 1
Radiocarbon Date from the Globe Hill Shell Heap 46HK34-1, Hancock County, West Virginia James L. Murphy 19-34 1
The National Register of Historic Places and the Grants-in-Aid Program Mark R. Barnes 25-28 1
Procedures of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Charles Spilker 29-34 1
The Archeological and Historic Preservation Act of 1974: A Panacea? Roy W. Reaves, III 35-41 1
One Archaeologist's Dilemma: A Personal View W. Fred Kinsey, III 42-44 1
Fort Pomfret Castle: An Archaeological Quest Guy Graybill 45-54 1
BOOK REVIEW: Red Men on the Brandywine. C. A. Weslager. William Englebrecht 55-60 1
BOOK REVIEW: The Neville Site. 8000 Years at Amoskeag, Manchester, New Hampshire. Dena Ferran Dincauze Russell G. Handsman 55-60 1
BOOK REVIEW:  Stone Age Myth and Magic: As documented in the Rock Paintings of South Africa. Harald Pager. James L. Swauger 55-60 1
Meadowcroft Rockshelter: Retrospect 1976 J. M. Adovasio, J. D. Gunn, J. Donahue, R. Stuckenrath With selections by J. D. Applegarth, R. C. Carlisle, D. T. Clark, J. Donahue, D. Faingnaert, J. E. Guilday, W. C. Johnson, D. Krinsley, K. Lord, E. Skirboll, P. G. Wiegman 1-93 2-3
Elements of Nativistic Pipe Ceremonialism in the Post-Contact Northeast William Turnbaugh 1-7 4
A Report on the Skeletal Remains of the Ohioview Site, A Late Prehistoric Village David Faingnaert and William Doyle 8-26 4
The Susquehanna River Valley Archaeological Survey Ira F. Smith, III 27-29 4
Fluted Points from Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania Mark A. McConaughy, Jan D. Applegarth, and David J. Faingnaert 30-36 4
The Milesburg Site: A Hunting Camp in Central Pennsylvania David Webster, Mark Aldenderfer, James W. Hatch and Conran A. Hay 37-47 4
A Rockshelter Burial in Northwestern Pennsylvania Kenneth P. Burkett 48-52 4
Analysis of the Dentition from Three Western Pennsylvania Late Woodland Sites. II. Wear and Pathology Paul W. Sciulli and Ronald Carlisle 53-59 4
BOOK REVIEW: Archaeology of the Oneida Iroquois, Vol. I. Peter P. Pratt. William Englebrecht 60-62 4
BOOK REVIEW: An Introduction to Canadian Archaeology. David Newlands and Claus Breede Ronald L. Michael 60-62 4
Excavations at Sparks Rockshelter (15)019), Johnson County, Kentucky P. T. Fitzgibbons, J. M. Adovasio, J. Donahue with sections and/or appendices by K . Lord, S. M. F. Peters, S. Peters, J. Applegarth 1-58 5
PDFs of Articles from Pennsylvania Archaeologist Volume 46 1976

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A Functional Interpretation of "Keyhole" Structures In the Northeast Ira F. Smith, III 1-12 1-2
Social Interaction and Point Types in the Eastern U.S . Michael G. Michlovic 13-16 1-2
Some Comments on " Pumpkin Seed" Fluted Points from the Plenge Site Mark A. McConaughy 17-19 1-2
Peter Colley Tavern: 19t h Century Wagon Tavern Ronald L. Michael and Ronald C. Carlisle 21-34 1-2
CONSTITUTION OF THE SOCIETY FOR PENNSYLVANIA ARCHAEOLOGY, INC.   35-38 1-2
A Preliminary Survey of Middle Woodland Prehistory in Licking County, Ohio Jack E. Bernhard 39-54 1-2
Ceramics from the Philo II Site Richard Gartley, Jeff Carskadden, and James Morton 55-76 1-2
The Russo Farm Site -A Paleo-Indian Station in Allegheny County , Pennsylvania  Richard L . George 77-84 1-2
Memorial: P. Schuyler Miller Don W. Dragoo 85-86 1-2
Fort Michilimackinac 1715- 1781 : An Archaeological Perspective on the Revolutionary Frontier. Lyle Stone Sydne B. Marshall 87-88 1-2
A Delaware Indian Symposium. Herbert C. Kraft, ed. William Englebrecht 87-88 1-2
A Preliminary Analysis of Vertebrate Faunal Remains From the Philo II Site, Muskingum County, Ohio Orrin C. Shane, III 1-6 3
Molluscan Remains from the Philo II Site, Muskingum County, Ohio James L. Murphy 7-13 3
New Petroglyph Finds Edward J. Lenik 15-19 3
Evidence of a Prehistoric Huron Leg Amputation David M. Stothers 20-23 3
The Okehocking: A Remnant Band of Delaware Indians Marshall J. Becker 24-61 3
BOOK REVIEW: The Archaeology of Missouri, I. Carl H. Chapman Roger W. Moeller 62-63 3
A Brief Manual of Surveying in Field Archaeology Charles E. Hunter 1-10 4
A Report on the Skeletal Remains of the McKees Rocks Site, A Late Prehistoric Village William Doyle and David Faingnaert 11-27 4
Conneaut Fort, A Prehistoric Whittlesey Focus Village in Ashtabula County, Ohio David Brose, Gregory Wentzel, Helga Bluestone and Patricia Essenpreis 29-77 4
PDFs of Articles from Pennsylvania Archaeologist Volume 45 1975

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Faucett and Byram Sites: Chronology and Settlement in the Delaware Valley W. Fred Kinsey , III 1-103 1-2
Memorial: Frances Dorrance 1877-1973 Barry C. Kent 104-105 1-2
Excavations at Meadowcroft Rockshelter, 1973-1974: A Progress Report . J. M. Adovasio, J. D. Gunn, J. Donahue, and R. Stuckenrath 1-30 3
BOOK REVIEW: The Etruscans. Werner Keller John M. Cavanaugh 31-34 3
BOOK REVIEW: Before Civilization. Colin Renfrew. James A. Tuck 31-34 3
Comment on "The Foods of the Connecticut Indians" B. W. Powell 35-36 3
Archaeologists View von Daniken Guy Graybill 37-39 3
More About the Unalachtigo C. A. Weslager 40-43 3
Memorial: George R. Picton 1911-1974 Russel Royer 44 3
Excavation of the Meadows Mound (36WH276) Carl J. Maurer 45-56 3
The Wadding Rockshelter, 36AR21 Richard L. George & Harry Bassinger 1-21 4
Archaeological Investigations of Split Rockshelter, 36EL4, Horton Township, Elk County, Pennsylvania James T. Herbstritt & David A. Love 22-44 4
Kwulakan: The Delaware Side of Their Movement West Jay Miller 45-46 4
Analysis of the Dentition from Three Western Pennsylvania Late Woodland Sites. I. Descriptive Statistics, Partition of Variation and Asymmetry Paul W. Sciulli & Ronald Carlisle 47-55 4
BOOK REVIEW: Aboriginal Settlement Patterns in the Northeast. William A. Ritchie, Robert E. Funk. David S. Brose 56-58 4
BOOK REVIEW: The Prehistory of the Indians of Western Connecticut, Part I, 9000-1000 B.C. Edmund K. Swigart. Maurice Robbins 56-58 4
PDFs of Articles from Pennsylvania Archaeologist Volume 44 1974

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Monongahela Settlement Patterns and the Ryan Site Richard L. George 1-22 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: The Delaware Indians A History. C. A. Weslager. William A. Hunter 24-29 1-2
BOOK REVIEW:  Smoking Technology of the Aborigines of the Iroquois Area of New York State. Edward S. Rutsch James A. Tuck 24-29 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: Archeology in the Upper Delaware Valley: A Study of the Cultural Chronology of the Tacks Island Reservoir. W. Fred Kinsey, III, with contributions by Herbert C. Kraft , Patricia Marchiando, and David J. Werner. Robert E. Funk 24-29 1-2
The Boarts Site: A Lithic Workshop in Lawrence County, Pennsylvania J. M. Adovasio, G. F. Fry, J. Zakucia, and J. Gunn. With sections by R. Carlisle, V. Cowin, D. Clark, J. Donahue, M. McConaughy,
R. Maslowski, and R. Somer. Appendix by J. Zakucia
31-112 1-2
Recent Research in the Upper Susquehanna Valley, New York State ... Robert Funk, Bruce Rippeteau, & Ralph M. Houck 1-31 3
Monongahela Flint and Associated Workshops in the Chartiers Valley, Washington County, Pennsylvania Ronald W. Eisert 32-39 3
More on Humpback Knives R. E. McDaniel 40-41 3
The Lenape Lake Rock Shelter (36MR23): A Middle Woodland Site Donald Kline and F. Dayton Staats
 
42-47 3
BOOK REVIEW: Archaeology of Eastern North America, Vol. 1 , No. 1 . Louis A. Brennan, (editor). W. Fred Kinsey, III 48-49 3
Remarks Relative to the South Park Site Report Preliminary Report on the South Park Site: A Statement James L. Murphy 50-51 3
On the Interpretation of Preliminary Archaeological Reports David Brose 52-53 3
Locust Grove Pottery: A New Late Woodland Variety Barry C. Kent 1-5 4
The Unalachtigo? Jay Miller 7-8 4
Early to Middle Woodland Cultural Complexes on the Piedmont and Coastal Plain W. Fred Kinsey 9-19 4
The East Sugar Island Burial Mound David Stothers 20-25 4
BOOK REVIEW: Folk Medicine of the Delaware and Related Algonkian Indians. Gladys Tantaquidgeon James M. Taggart 26-28 4
BOOK REVIEW: The First Great Civilizations: Life in Mesopotamia, The Indus Valley, and Egypt. Jacquetta Hawkes. Robert K. Evans 26-28 4
The Barnesville Track Rocks Petroglyphs Site: 33BL2 James L. Swauger 29-41 4
Vessel Diameters from Sherds: A Mathematical Approach Ronald L. Michael, Denise Grantz, and Robert Maslowski 42-43 4
The Growth and Development of Archaeology in Pennsylvania William Turnbaugh 44-51 4
Nineteenth Century Reed-Stem Tobacco Pipes from the Magadore, Ohio, Dump James L. Murphy and Kirt Reich 52-60 4
PDFs of Articles from Pennsylvania Archaeologist Volume 43 1973

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Ceramics From A 19th Century Southwestern Pennsylvania Tavern Ronald L. Michael 1-13 1
Memorials: EDGAR ELLIOT AUGUSTINE, 1898-1973  & JAMES COLLIER GIFFORD, 1927-1973   14 1
The Freshwater Bivalve: A Versatile Pottery Decorating Tool David Arthurs 15-19 1
The Thorn Petroglyph Edward Lenik 21-23 1
A Preliminary Analysis of Recent Excavations at the South Park Site, Cuyahoga County, Ohio David S. Brose 25-42 1
Powissett Rockshelter: Alternative Behavior Patterns In a Simple Situation Dena F. Dincauze and R. Michael Gramly 43-61 1
An Analysis of Cordrnarked Watson Ware Robert F. Maslowski 1-12 2
Ceramic Analysis of Plain and Cordmarked the Vesta Site 36Wh26 Ronald Carlisle 13-23 2
BOOK REVIEW: Shanidar: The First Flower People. Ralph Solecki  Duane W. Roller 24 2
The Babb's Island Petroglyphs Site, 33Co3 James L. Swauger 25-35 2
Pottery Reproduction: A Technical Study Harry O. Holstein 39-50 2
Five Vessels from the McFate Site, Crawford County, Pennsylvania ]ames L. Murphy 51-57 2
A Rim Sherd Profiling Technique Barry M. Mitchell and Donald W. McQuade 58-61 2
The Parker Site: A Manifestation Of The Wyoming Valley Culture Ira F. Smith III 1-56 3-4
The Rock House Petroglyph Edward J. Lenik 57-59 3-4
Life Zones And Early Men In North-Central Pennsylvania William A. Turnbaugh 61-74 3-4
Replication Of Late Woodland Ceramics From Western Pennsylvania Harry O. Holstein 75-87 3-4
Underwater Archaeology, A Nascent Discipline. James L. Swauger 88 3-4
PDFs of Articles from Pennsylvania Archaeologist Volume 42 1972

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The Implications of Two Recent Radiocarbon Dates from Montrose Point on the Lower Hudson River Louis A . Brennan 1-14 1-2
Some caches and So-called Caches from Eastern Pennsylvania Catherine McCann 15-26 1-2
BOOK REVIEW:  Prehistoric Biological Relationships in the Great Lakes Region. Richard Guy Wilkinson William E. Engelbrecht 62, 70,75-76 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: The March of Archaeology, by C. W. Ceram. Duane W. Roller 62, 70,75-76 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: Cautantowwit 's House: An Indian Burial Ground on the Island of Conanicut in Narragansett Bay. William Scranton Simmon Barry C. Kent 62, 70,75-76 1-2
Birdstones, Boatstones, and Bar Amulets from the Susquehanna Drainage Ira F. Smith, III 63-70 1-2
A Wolf Mask and Other Carnivore Skull Artifacs from the Palestine Site, Illinois Paul W. Parmalee and Denzil Stephens 71-74 1-2
Miscellany   76 1-2
The Reflection of Patterned Behavior in Iroquois Pottery Decoration William Engelbrecht 1-15 3
Everhart Rockshelter Spencer O. Geasey 16-30 3
BOOK REVIEW: Archaeological Investigations of Fort Ligonier 1960-1965. Jacob L. Grimm Vincent P. Foley 30, 36. 44, 69 3
BOOK REVIEW: Bar Kokhba-The rediscovery of the legendary hero of the second Jewish Revolt against Rome. Yigael Yadin. John Cavanaugh 30, 36. 44, 69 3
Unfinished Triangular Projectile Points or "Humpbacked" Knives Patrick & Cheryl Ann Munson 31-36 3
The Rainbow Rocks Petroglyphs Site James L. Swauger 37-44 3
A Small House in Brownsville Ronald L. Michael 45-58 3
The Question of Man's Antiquity in the New World: 1840-1927 R . Alan Mounier 59-69 3
The Eastern Archaic: Commentary and Northern Perspective William Fitzhugh 1-19 4
BOOK REVIEW: Cartier 's Hochelaga and the Dawson Site, James F. Pendergast and Bruce G. Trigger, with additional papers by James E. Anderson, Kenneth E. Kidd, and Richard S. MacNeish. Allen Edwin Tyyska
 
20-22 4
A New Look at Brinton's Lenape-English Dictionary C. A. Weslager 23-25 4
The Radiocarbon' Date from the Lyman Earthworks (33La2): A Correction and Discussion James L. Murphy 26-28 4
Non-Triangular Knife Forms from the Late Prehistoric Ryan Site Richard L. George 29-35 4
CUMULATIVE INDEX: Volumes 31-42 (1961-1972)  P. Schuyler Miller 36-52 4
PDFs of Articles from Pennsylvania Archaeologist Volume 41 1971

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The Middle Atlantic Culture Province: A Point of View W. Fred Kinsey, III 1-8 1-2
The Archaic of the Upper Ohio Valley: A View in 1970 Richard L. George 9-14 1-2
The Thompson Rockshelter Neal W. Densmore & Richard L. Ziegler 15-29 1-2
First Site Synthesis and Proposed Chronology for the Aborigines of Southwestern Connecticut Bernard W. Powell 30-37 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: The Archaeology of Martha's Vineyard: A Framework for the Prehistory of Southern New England, A Study in Coastal Ecology and Adaptation. William A. Ritchie  Dena F. Dincauze 38, 61-62 1-2
The Sandts Eddy Site Elinor Fehr, Doris Freyermuth, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Lopresti, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kline, and with additional comments by Barry C. Kent 39-52 1-2
The Rip Van Winkle Site Paul L. Weinman & Thomas P. Weinman 53-62 1-2
A Summary of Owasco and Iroquois Maize Remains Joseph Winter 1-11 3
The Lyman Site (33-La-2), Lake County, Ohio James L. Murphy 12-25 3
The Fairport Harbor Site (33-La-5), Lake County, Ohio James L. Murphy 26-43 3
BOOK REVIEW: American Dawn: A New Model of American Prehistory. Louis A. Brennan.  W. Fred Kinsey III 43-44, 59-60, 70-72 3

BOOK REVIEW: The Archaeology of Michigan: A Guide to the Prehistory of the Great Lakes Region. James E. Fitting
 W. Fred Kinsey III 43-44, 59-60, 70-72 3
BOOK REVIEW: Cremation Cemeteries in Eastern Massachusetts. Dena Ferran Dincauze. Maurice Robbins
 
43-44, 59-60, 70-72 3
Evidence for Early Archaic Occupations on Staten Island William A. Ritchie and Robert E. Funk 45-59 3
The Dunn Petroglyphs Site (36-Fa-54) James L. Swauger 61-66 3
  Sphere of Relevance 73-74 3
SHENKS FERRY CULTURE: A VIEW FROM 1971: Introduction   1-7 4
Murry Site and its Role in Lancaster and Funk Phases of Shenks Ferry Culture W. Fred Kinsey, III & Jeffrey R. Graybill 7-43 4
An Interpretation of Shenks Ferry Ceramics Henry Heisey 44-70 4
PDFs of Articles from Pennsylvania Archaeologist Volume 40 1970

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Cultural Inferences from Faunal Remains Bert Salwen 1-8 1-2
The Archery Range Site Ossuary Edward J. Kaeser 9-34 1-2
A Study of Argillite Points in Eastern Pennsylvania William A. Turnbaugh 35-42 1-2
A Cache of Utilized Jasper Flake Tools Ira F. Smith III 43-52 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: An Early Historic Niagara Frontier Iroquois Cemetery in Erie County, New York: Archaeology and Physical Anthropology of the Kleis Site. Marian E. White et al. P . Schuyler Miller 53-60 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: Handbook of Alabama Archaeology : Part I, Point Types. James W. Cambron and David C. Hulse W. Fred Kinsey 53-60 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: Conceptions of Kentucky Prehistory. Douglas W. Schwartz Alfred K. Guthe 53-60 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: Delaware 's Buried Past-A Story of Archeological Adventure. C. A. Weslager David M. Miller 53-60 1-2
Two and a Half Centuries of Conflict: The Iroquois and the Laurentian Wars Allan Forbes, Jr. 1-20 3-4
The Drew Site (36-AL-62) William E. Buker 21-66 3-4
Naiad Shell Remains Don Tanner 66-68 3-4
BOOK REVIEW: The Waring Papers: The Collected Works of Antonio J. Waring, Jr. Stephen Williams, editor.  David Hally 69-74 3-4
BOOK REVIEW: Papers in Honor of Emerson F. Greenman, Edited by James E. Fitting. Barry Kent 69-74 3-4
BOOK REVIEW: The Miller Field Site, Warren County, N.J.-A Study in Prehistoric Archaeology, Part 1 : The Archaic and Transitional Stages. Herbert C. Kraft. Dena F. Dincauze 69-74 3-4
PDFs of Articles from Pennsylvania Archaeologist Volume 39 1969

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Rockshelters (Trail Shelters) of the Upper Allegheny Stanley W . Lantz 1-5 1-4
BOOK REVIEWS: Indian Paths of Pennsylvania. Paul A. W. Wallace Howard L. Feather 6, 72-74 1-4
BOOK REVIEWS: Archaeological Investigations of Sheep Rock Shelter, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. Joseph W. Michels and Ira F. Smith (editors) Jacob W. Gruber 6, 72-74 1-4
BOOK REVIEWS: The Oak Hill Horizon And Its Relation to the Development of Five Nations Iroquois Culture. Donald Lenig. Henry Heisey
 
6, 72-74 1-4
The Archeology of Dutchess Quarry Cave, Orange County, New York Robert E. Funk, George R. Walters and William F . Ehlers , Jr. 7-22 1-4
A Snook Kill Workshop  Paul L. Weinman and Thomas P. Weinman 23-28 1-4
The Erb Rockshelter Barry C. Kent and Vance P. Packard 29-39 1-4
Some Recent Work on the Prehistory of the Onondaga Nation James A. Tuck 40-52 1-4
Petroglyphs Opposite Millsboro, 36 Fa 36 James L. Swauger 53-71 1-4
PDFs of Articles from Pennsylvania Archaeologist Volume 38 1968

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The McKees Rocks Site: A Late Prehistoric Village. Introduction Henry Heisey 1-3 1-4
The Archaeology of McKees Rocks Late Prehistoric Village Site William E. Buker 3-49 1-4
The Natural Environment and Subsistence Economy of the McKees Rocks Village Site R. W. Lang 50-80 1-4
Corn from the McKees Rocks Village Site Volney H. Jones 81-86 1-4
PDFs of Articles from Pennsylvania Archaeologist Volume 37 1967

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A Rock Crystal Fluted Point from the Cumberland Valley, Pennsylvania James A. Dickson 1-4 1-2
The Bristow Site, Thorah Island, County of Ontario, Province of Ontario, Canada Paul W. Sweetman 5-21 1-2
Brodhead Heller: A Preliminary Report on a Stratified Transitional Period Site on the Upper Delaware Charles W. McNett, Jr 21-32 1-2
The Archaic of the Lower Scioto Valley, Ohio Douglas H. McKenzie 33-51 1-2
PDFs of Articles from Pennsylvania Archaeologist Volume 36 1966

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The Parkers Landing Petroglyph Site, 36 Cl 1 James L. Swauger 1-11 1-2
A History of Gunflints John Witthoft 12-49 1-2
An Annotated Bibliography of Archaeological Maize in Eastern North America Patrick J. Munson 51-65 1-2
A Unique Woodcarving from Florida Edgar J. Stackhouse 66-70 1-2
Scholar's Corner Object of Interest 1   71 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: Late Paleo-Indian and Early Archaic Manifestations in Western Kentucky. Martha Ann Rolingson and Douglas W. Schwartz John Cotter 72-73 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: The Dynamics of Stylistic Change ·in Arikara Ceramics. James Deetz William Robinson 72-73 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: Late Woodland and Cultures of Southeastern Michigan. James E. Fitting W. Fred Kinsey, III 72-73 1-2
PDFs of Articles from Pennsylvania Archaeologist Volume 35 1965

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Elk Antler Effigies Russell Royer 1-3 1
A Stratified Site At Lake George Robert E. Funk, Paul Weinman & Thomas P. Weinman 4-18 1
The Late Woodland In Central New York Charles F. Hayes, III 19-24, 56 1
On The Recovery Of Burial Number Two At The Sasqua Hill Site, East Norwalk, Connecticut Bernard W. Powell 25-33 1
Animal Remains From the Sheep Rock Shelter (36 Hu 1), Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania John E. Guilday & Paul W. Parmalee 34-49 1
The Sugar Grove Petroglyphs Site, 36 Gr 5 James L. Swauger 50-56 1
The Cornplanter Cemetery George H. Abrams 59-73 2
The Cornplanter Cemetery: Skeletal Analyses Audrey Sublett 74-92 2
The First Petroglyph Found in New Jersey Herbert C. Kraft 93-100 2
The Elco Hill Petroglyphs Site, 36 Wh 79 James L. Swauger 101-104 2
Gromiller Cave Edgar J. Stackhouse with drawings by A. P. Harshberger 105-117 3-4
The Tocks Island Reservoir Survey in Pennsylvania: A Preliminary Statement W. Fred Kinsey, III and Barry C. Kent 118-133 3-4
The "Small Stemmed Point" in New England William A. Ritchie 134-138 3-4
The Archaic of the Hudson Valley-New Evidence and New Interpretations Robert E. Funk 139-160 3-4
Range of Meeting Subj ects, Chapters of the SPA John Swauger 161-162 3-4
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An Experiment in Skinning with Egyptian Paleolithic and Neolithic Stone Implements James L. Swauger & Brigitta L. Wallace 1-7 1
The Shenk's Ferry People: A Site and Some Generalities Henry W. Heisey & J. Paul Witmer 8-34 1
The Kojnoc Site (36 Al 24) : A Multi-Component Site on the Lower Allegheny River Richard L. George 35-42 1
A Probable Paleo-Indian Component In Greene County, New York Robert E. Funk & R. Arthur Johnson 43-46 1
BOOK REVIEW: Prehistoric Technology: An Experimental Study of the Oldest Tools and Artifacts from Traces of Manufacture and Wear by S. A. Semenov; translated and prefaced by M. W. Thompson John Witthoft 7, 34, 46 1
Archaeological Investigations at Pymatuning Town, Mercer County, Pennsylvania· Don W. Dragoo 47-52 2
BOOK REVIEW:  Classification of Stone Implements of the Northeast by William S. Fowler W. Fred Kinsey, III 52, 61, 68, 89, 94 2
BOOK REVIEW: Ohio Flint Types by Robert N. Converse W. Fred Kinsey, III 52, 61, 68, 89, 94 2
BOOK REVIEW: Introduction to West Virginia Archeology by Edward V. McMichael  P. Schuyler Miller 52, 61, 68, 89, 94 2
BOOK REVIEW: Guide to the Identification of Certain American Indian Projectile Points, by Robert Bell. W. Fred Kinsey, III 52, 61, 68, 89, 94 2
BOOK REVIEW: A Quantitative Method for Deriving Cultural Chronology by James A. Ford.  P. Schuyler Miller 52, 61, 68, 89, 94 2
The Francis Farm Petroglyphs Site, 36 Fa 35 James L. Swauger 53-61 2
The New Geneva Petroglyphs Site, 36 Fa 37 James L. Swauger 62-68 2
The Waupoos Site-An Iroquois Component In Prince Edward County, Ontario James F. Pendergast 69-89 2
Probable Plano Points in New York State Robert E. Funk & Frank Schambach 90-93 2
Alleged Phoenician Inscriptions From York County, Pennsylvania John Witthoft 93-94 2
Archaeological Evidence Of Seventeenth Century Iroquoian Dream Fulfillment Rituals EIizabeth Tooker and Marian E. White 1-5 3-4
The Midland Petroglyph Site, 36 Bv 89 James L. Swauger 6-8 3-4
The Teshoa, A Shoshonean Woman's Knife: A Study Of American Indian Chopper Industries Frances Eyman 9-52 3-4
The Circle Rock Petroglyphs Site, 36 Bv 13 James L. Swauger 52-53 3-4
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Settlement Pattern Change and the Development of Horticulture in the New York-Ontario Area Marian E. White 1-12 1-2
Bone Refuse from the Oakfield Site, Genesee County, New York John E. Guilday 12-15 1-2
The Guyatt Site: Binbrook Township, Wentworth County, Ontario W. Douglas Bell 16-23 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: Oneida Iroquois Glass Trade Bead Sequence, 1585-1745 by Peter P. Pratt. John Witthoft 23, 34, 92, 123-126 1-2
BOOK REVIEW: Archaeology of the Neutral Indians by Frank Ridley. & Iroquois Culture History in the Niagara Frontier Area of New Y ark State by Marian E . White. & The Neutral Indians: A Source Book by Gordon K. Wright P. Schuyler Miller 23, 34, 92, 123-126 1-2
The McDonald Site John K. Warnica, M. D. 24-28 1-2

Prehistoric Iroquois Studies in the Bristol Hills, New York : a Summary (Morgan Chapter Study Group Report No. 2) Charles F. Hayes 35-50 1-2
Two Prehistoric Onondaga Pots from Eastern New York: The Oak Orchard Pot & The Silver Lake Pot Anton G. Sohrweide, M. D. & Ray Fadden 51-55 1-2
A Heavily Stockaded Late Prehistoric Oneida Iroquois Settlement Peter P. Pratt 56-92 1-2
The Iron Trade Knife in Oneida Territory Gilbert Hagerty 93-114 1-2
The Iroquois Defeat of the Huron: A Review of Causes Elisabeth Tooker 115-123 1-2
The East Liverpool Petroglyph Data: A Tribute James L. Swauger 127-129 3
The Potential of Dendrochronology as an Archaeological Dating Method in Pennsylvania George Marcus 130-134 3
Evidence for Buffalo In Prehistoric Pennsylvania John E. Guilday 135-139 3
A Fluted Point from Luzerne County, Pennsylvania Russell Royer 140-141 3
The Mianus Gorge Rock Shelter Bernard W. Powell 142-158 3
The Cup and Pin Game John E. Guilday 159-163 4
The Salvage Excavation of the Boyle Site (36 Wh 19) Robert Nale 164-194 4
BOOK REVIEW: Archaeological Techniques for Amateurs by Philip C. Hammond. W. Fred Kinsey, III 195-197 4

 

BOOK REVIEW: Here Lies Virginia: An Archaeologist's View of Colonial Life and History by Ivor Noel Hume. W. Fred Kinsey, III 195-196, 197 4
BOOK REVIEW:  Palaeo-Indians of Ohio by Olaf H . Prufer & Raymond S. Baby. W. Fred Kinsey, III 195-196, 197 4
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The Discovery of the Sheep Rock Shelter (Site 36Hu-l) E. J. Stackhouse & M. W. Corl 1-13 1
Evidence for Horticulture During Early-Middle Woodland Times in the Eastern United States Pete Fitzer 14-20 1
The Crystal Rock Site: An Early Onondaga Oneida Site in Eastern Ontario James F. Pendergast 21-34 1
An "Indian" Dugout Canoe from Wyoming County, Pennsylvania Gene McCracken 35-38 1
BOOK REVIEW: Ishi in Two Worlds, A Biography of the Last Wild Indian in North America, by Theodora Kroeber W. Fred Kinsey, III 42-44 1
BOOK REVIEW: The Eastern Dispersal of Adena by William A. Ritchie and Don W. Dragoo John Witthoft 42-44 1
BOOK REVIEW: Dutch Explorers, Traders and Settlers in the Delaware Valley, 1609-1664 by C. A. Weslager in collaboration with A. R. Dunlap P. Schuyler Miller 42-44 1
The Wilson Site, Bradford County, Pennsylvania Catherine McCann 43-55 2
A Survey of Fluted Points Found in the Susquehanna Basin Report No. 3-The Upper Chesapeake Bay Area Margaret Day Dilks & George M. Reynolds 56-58 2
Aboriginal Butchering Techniques at the Eschelman Site (36 La 1 2), Lancaster County, Pennsylvania John E. Guilday, Paul W. Parmalee and Donald P. Tanner 59-83 2
BOOK REVIEW: Canadian Rock Drawings: Review of Indian Rock Paintings of the Great Lakes, Selwyn Dewdney and Kenneth E. Kidd James L. Swauger 84-89 2
Logan, the Mingo: A Problem in Identification Paul A. W. Wallace 91-96 3-4
Stuart and Hanover-Two Heraldic Pipes from Revolutionary War Sites in New York City Michael Cohn 97-98 3-4
Of Historic Susquehannock Cemeteries Henry W. Heisey and J. Paul Witmer 99-130 3-4
Animal Remains from the Quaker State Rockshelter (36 Ve 27), Venango County, Pennsylvania John E. Guilday and Donald P. Tanner 131-137 3-4
A Beginning in Chronology for the Croton River Area Louis A. Brennan 138-156 3-4
BOOK REVIEW:  Survey of Ohio Fluted Points, Nos. 1-8, by Olaf H. Prufer. & Fluted Points and Ohio Prehistory by Olaf H. Prufer. & A Reworked Paleo-Indian Point from Sandusky County, Ohio, by Olaf H. Prufer. W. Fred Kinsey, III 157-160 3-4
BOOK REVIEW: The McConnell Site: A Late Palaeo-Indian Workshop in Coshocton County, Ohio, by Olaf H. Prufer W. Fred Kinsey, III 157-160 3-4
BOOK REVIEW: They All Discovered America by Charles Michael Boland. W. Fred Kinsey, III 157-160 3-4
BOOK REVIEW:  The Hughes Farm Site (46-0h-9), Ohio County, West Virginia by Robert C. Dunnell. P. Schuyler Miller 157-160 3-4
BOOK REVIEW: A Distributional Study of Some Archaic Traits in Southern Ontario by J. V. Wright. P. Schuyler Miller 157-160 3-4
Index to Volume XXXII ( 1962)   161-162 3-4
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Pottery from the Mispillion Site, Sussex County, Delaware, and Related Types in Surrounding Areas Julius Lopez 1-38 1
New Data on the Possible Origin of Corn Dick Edgar Ibarra Grasso 39-42 1
An Example of Spike Corn from Texas Carl B. Compton 43-45 1
The Bigford Site: Late Prehistoric Oneida Peter P. Pratt 46-59 1
A Preliminary Report On A Stratified Site At 0hioview, Pa., Emil A. Alam 61-77 2
The Buchanan Rock Shelter Lloyd A. Greene 78-89 2
Of Professionals, Semi-Professionals, Amateurs, Curio Collectors And Pot Hunters Vernon Leslie 90-96 2
The Long Sault Of The Ottawa Gives Up Its Secrets Thomas E. Lee 97-105 2
Figures In The Rock James L. Swauger 106-112 2
Frauds In Ontario Archaeology Edmund S. Carpenter 113-118 2
Vertebrate Remains from the Varner Site (36 Gr l) John E. Guilday 119-124 3-4
In Memorium --Julius Lopez   124 3-4
The Aborigines of Cawichnowane Robert H. Johnston 125-130 3-4
The Lake Superior Site at Michipicoten Frank Ridley 131-147 3-4
Ethnological Clues for the Interpretation of Certain Northeastern Archaeological Data Edmund S. Carpenter 148-150 3-4
A Survey of the Archaic Epoch in the Erie Region William J. Robinson 151-154 3-4
Indians in Pennsylvania by Paul A. W. Wallace P. Schuyler Miller 155-156 3-4
Indian Affairs in Colonial New York: The Seventeenth Century by Allen W. Trelease P. Schuyler Miller 155-156 3-4
Archaeology in Vermont: Some Reviews, Supplemented by Materials from New England and New York,
compiled by John C. Huden
P. Schuyler Miller 155-156 3-4
Index to Volume XXXI (1961)   157-158 3-4
PDFs of Articles from Pennsylvania Archaeologist Volume 30 1960    
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Of Forgeries And Fantasies John Witthoft 1-17 1
Contributions To The Ethnohistory Of The Delaware Indians On The Brandywine A. R. Dunlap and C. A. Weslager 18-21 1
Some Archeological Investigations In Ontario Thomas E. Lee 22-24 1
The Penns Creek Archaic Workshops James P. Bressler 25-29 1
Iroquois Wampum: A Study In Method Donna Taylor 30-32 1
BOOK REVIEW: Mankind in the Making, William Howells Vernon Leslie 33-35 1
BOOK REVIEW: The First Comers, by Alice Marriott Carol K. Rachlin 33-35 1
Memorium Donald Cadzow   35 1
The Danner Mound Neil A. Clark, Stanley W. Lantz, William ]. Robinson 37-45 2
Transatlantic Contacts Of Primitive Man; Eastern Canada And Northwestern Russia F. Ridley 46-57 2
Faces On Senonac Pottery From Eastern Long Island, N. Y., Julius Lopez And Roy Latham, Jr 58-62 2
The Bunola Head-A Forgery James L. Swauger 63-64 2
Three Aspects Of Northern Iroquoian Culture Change Elizabeth Tooker 65-71 2
BOOK REVIEW: No Stone Unturned-An Almanac of North American Prehistory, Louis A. Brennan Vernon Leslie 72-74 2
Index Of The "Pennsylvania Archaeologist," Vol. 26, No. 1, To Vol. 30, Nos. 3-4, Inclusive, By Titles Of Articles, Authors, And Titles Containing Names Of Counties In Pennsylvania   76-80 3-4
Additional Notes On The Albert Ibaugh Site W. Fred Kinsey, III 81-105 3-4
Criticism Of Macneishs Iroquois Pottery Types Peter P. Pratt 106-110 3-4
Excavations At The Flag Bastion Of Fort Pitt James L. Swauger 111-117 3-4
Indian Mounds Of The Southeastern United States Mary B. Lantz 118-120 3-4