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Vol. 11, no. 1 No Longer Available
Donald V. Peru, “The Distribution of Fluted Points in the Counties of Kent and Allegan, MI”
Olaf H. Prufer, “The McKibben Site (33TR-57), Trumbull County Ohio: A Contribution to the Late Paleo-Indian and Archaic Phases of Ohio.”
Leonard Griffin, “The 1964 Michigan Archaeological Society Fall Workshop.”
Vol. 11, no 2 No Longer Available
Alan McPherron, “Ionic Removal of Corrosion from Copper”
Harvey Franz, “Glazed Crockery Pipes.”
Martin H. Wobst, “The Stone School Site: A Discussion of a Large Surface Collection from Washtenaw County, MI”
Frameworks for Dating Fossil Man by Kenneth P. Oakley, (JELINEK)
An Anthropological Bibliography of the Eastern Seaboard by Alfred K Guthe and Patricia B Kelly (Editors)
Late Woodland Cultures of Southeastern Michigan by James E. Fitting (WAHLA)
Vol. 11, no. 3/4 No Longer Available
PAPERS IN HONOR OF EMERSON F. GREENMAN.
Eloise Kerlin Jelinek, "Introduction."
Arthur J. Jelinek, "The Upper Paleolithic and the Peopling of the New World."
William B. Roosa, "Some Great Lakes Fluted Point Types."
James E. Fitting, "Observations on Paleo-Indian Adaptive and Settlement Patterns."
Elman R. Service, "Lithic Patina as an Age Criterion."
James B. Griffin, "Hopewell and the Dark Black Glass."
Ronald J. Mason, "Wisconsin Middle Woodland Toggle Head Harpoons."
George I. Quimby, "An Indian Earthwork in Muskegon County, Michigan."
Volney H. Jones, "The Bark of the Bittersweet Vine as an Emergency Food among the Indians of the Western Great Lakes Region."
Robert E. Ackerman, "Art or Magic: The Incised Pebbles from Southern Alaska."
Bibliography of Emerson F. Greenman, 1925-1964.
Index to Volume 11.
Vol. 12, no. 1 – June 1966 No Longer Available
David S. Brose, “The Valley Sweets Site, 20 SA 24, Saginaw County Michigan”
Volney Jones, “Two Textiles from the Valley Sweets Site”
William B. Roosa, “The Warner School Site.”
Albert Dekin Jr., “A Fluted Point from Grand Traverse County”
Edward J. Wahla, “The Rubicon Site, Huron County Michigan”
Paleo-American History by Alan Lyle Bryan (ROOSA)
Paleo-Indian Culture in Kentucky by Martha Ann Rolingson (FITTING)
Hopewellian Studies edited by Joseph R. Caldwell and Robert L Hall (FLANDERS)
The McGraw Site: A Study in Hopewellian Dynamics by Olaf H. Prufer (PRAHL)
Men of Ancient Iowa by Marshall McKusick (HAGGE)
Vol. 12, no. 2 – June 1966 No Longer Available
Sidney Harrison, “The Shmidt Site (20SA 192) Saginaw County Michigan”
Carole L. Crumley, “Field Geology of the Schmidt Site”
April L. Allison, “Analysis of Plant Remains from the Schmidt Site”
Charles E. Cleland and Joan Kearney, “An Analysis of the Animal Remains from the Schmidt Site”
Richard G Wilkinson, “A Buriel from Manchester, Michigan”
Patrick J. Munson and Robert Hall, “An Early Woodland Radiocarbon Date from Illinois”
David S. Brose, “Excavations in Fort Mackinac, 1965”
The Native Americans, Spencer, Jennings (THATCHER)
The Archaeology of New York State, Ritchie (FITTING)
Archaeology and the Historical Society, Harrington, (PETERSEN)
Studies in the Natural Radioactivity of Prehistoric Materials, Jelinel and Fitting, (MOLL)
Vol. 12, no. 3 - September 1966 No Longer Available
Olaf H. Prufer, Oriol Pi-Sunyer, and Douglas H. McKenzie, "The Hopewellian Sun Chiefs Strike Again."
Patrick J. Munson, "The Sheets Site: A Late Archaic-Early Woodland Occupation in West-Central Illinois."
Ronald L. Vanderwal, "Fort Michilimackinac: Dating Techniques."
James B. Griffin, "The Calumet Ancient Pit."
The Lively Complex: Preliminary Report on a Pebble Tool Industry in Alabama. Lively.
The Lively Complex: Discussion of the ABC's of this Technology. Josselyn.
The Lively Complex: Plates for Lively and Josselyn Papers. Long. (GREEN)
Environment and Archaeology. Butzer (JELINEK)
Chronologies in Old World Archaeology. Ehrich, editor (JELINEK)
Aboriginal Relationships between Culture and Plant Life in the Upper Great
Lakes Region. Yarnell (CLELAND)
Vol. 12, no 4 - December 1966 No Longer Available
James E Fitting, “Archaeological Investigations of the Carolinian-Canadian Edge Area in Michigan”
Gary A. Wright, “Eastern Edge Survey: 1965 Season”
Fel V. Brunett, “An Archaeological Survey of the Manistee River Basin : Sharon MI to Sherman MI”
Earl J. Prahl, “The Muskegon River Survey 1965 and 1966”
John D. Speth, “The Whorley Earthwork.”
Elizabeth M. Stern, “Using the IBM 7090 in the Classification of Ground Stone Tools.”
Arnold R. Pilling, “ Life at Porter Site 8, Midland County Michigan”
Vol. 13, no. 1 - March 1967 No Longer Available
Amos R Green, “ Paleo Indian and Mammoth were Contemporaneous in Berrian County, MI.”
Charles Frantz, “Excavation of Croton Dam Mound B (20 NE 112)
Earl J. Prahl, “Prehistoric Dogs of Michigan”
The Paleo –Indian Occupation of the Holcombe Beach by Fitting DeVisscher and Wahla (ROOSA)
Bones, Bodies and Disease by Wells (WILKINSON)
Indian Culture and European Trade Goods by Quimby (BROSE)
The Conservation and Preservation of Archaeological and Ethnological Specimens by Keel (HALSEY)
Late Paleo-Indian and Early Archaic Manifestations in Western Kentucky by Rolingson and Schwartz (WRIGHT)
Vol. 13, no 2 - June 1967 No Longer Available
David S. Brose, “The Custer Road Dump Site: An Exercise in Victorian Archaeology”
Davis S. Brose and Richard W. Rupp “An Appendix on Glass Bottles from the Custer Road Dump Site”
Vol. 13, no. 3 - September 1967
Tim C. Losey, "Toft Lake Village Site."
Norman Grigg and James B. Griffin, "A Copper Point from Presque Isle County, Michigan."
Donald Y. Peru, "The Distribution of Fluted Points in Cass County, Michigan."
Invitation to Archaeology, Deetz (WRIGHT).
The Oak Hill Horizon and its Relation to the Development of Five nations
Iroquois Culture, Lenig (LEE).
The Ontario Iroquois Tradition, Uright (McPHERRON).
Vol. 13, no. 4 - December 1967 Limited Inventory
David W. Taggart, "Seasonal Patterns in Settlement, Subsistence, and Industries in the Saginaw Late Archaic."
Robert L. Nall, "Those Late Corn Dates: Isotopic Fractionation as a Source of Error in Carbon-14 Dates."
Gary A. Wright, "Some Aspects of Early and Mid-seventeenth Century Exchange Networks in the Western Great Lakes."
An Introduction to American Archaeology, Willey (GROSSCUP).
The Potawatomi Indians of Southwestern Michigan, Claspy (WAKEFIELD).
Studies in Ohio Archaeology, edited by Pruler and McKenzie (FITTING).
The Laurel Tradition and the Middle Woodland Period, Wright (JANZEN).
Domebo: A Paleo-Indian Mammoth Kill in the Prarie-Plains, edited by Leonhardy (FRISON).
The Dumaw Greek Site: A Seventeenth Century Prehistoric Indian Village and Cemetery in Oceana County, Michigan, Quimby (PESKE).
Index to Volume 13.
Vol. 14, no. 3/4 - 1968
Stuart Struever and Gregory Pert, "The Meredosia Obsidian Core."
Tim C. Losey, "Excavation of the Mallon Mound B (20NE31), Newaygo County, Michigan."
Charles E. Cleland, "Analysis of the Fauna of the Indian Point Site on Isle Royale in Lake Superior."
Kraig Adler, "Turtles from Archaeological Sites in the Creat Lakes Region."
Gary A. Wright, "A Further Note on Trade Friendship and Gift Giving in the Western Great Lakes."
George I. Quimby, "Hawaiians and De Meurons in the Upper Great Lakes."
Three Prehistoric Iroquois Components in Eastern Ontario, by James F. Pendergast (PRATT).
The Juntunen Site and the late Woodland Prehistory of the Upper Great Lakes Area, by Alan McPherron (WRIGHT).
Vol. 15, no. 1/2 - 1969
Barry M. Mitchell, "Archaeology of the Petawnwa River: The Second Site at Montegomery Lake."
Barvey Franz, "Memorial, Amos R. Green, 1887-1968."
Vol. 15, no. 3 – 1969 No Longer Available
James E. Fitting and Susan Sasse, "The Hodges Site, 20SA130, Saginaw County, Michigan."
Charles E. Cleland and Richard Clute, "A Late Woodland burial from Muir, Ionia County, Michigan."
Richard I. Ford, "a Resistivity Survey at the Norton Mound Group, 20KT1, Kent County, Michigan."
Vol. 15, no. 4 – 1969
"The Sanilac Petroglyphs. A Report of the Sanilac Petroglyph Committee."
Donald V. Peru, "The Tolles Site."
Edward J. Hahla and Jerry DiVisscher, "The Holcombe Paleo-Point."
James E. Fitting, "Whither Archaeology? A Review of Some Recent Literature."
Alastair M. Heir, "Memorial, Donald R. Hagge, 1922-1968."
Vol. 16, no. 1 - 1970
Jerry DeVisscher and Edward J. Wahla, "Additional Paleo-Indian Campsites Adjacent to the Holcombe Site."
Glenval Fincham, "A Suggested Explanation for the Semi-Unmodified Base which Sometimes Occurs on the Eastern Scottsbluff."
Jerry Fairchild, "The Kralosky Site."
Paul H. Mikkola, "Physical Properties of Red Ocher."
The Riverton Culture: A Second Millennium Occupation in the Central Wabash Valley by Howard D. Winters (WRIGHT).
Vol. 16, no. 2- 1970
Ken Carstens, "The Lalone Slte, 20AR1, Arenac County, Michigan."
James E. Fitting, "Rediscovering Michigan Archaeology: The Gillman Collections at Harvard."
Vol. 16, no. 3/4 - 1970
Beatrice A. Bigony, "Late Woodland Occupations of the Saginaw Valley."
Vol. 17, no. 1 – 1971 Limited Inventory
Bonald G. Cauble, "The Brainerd Site (20AE61): An Ossuary in Allegan County, Michigan."
M. J. Becker, "Human Skeletal Material from the Morin Site (20MO40), Monroe County, Michigan."
James E. Fitting, "Rediscovering Michigan Archaeology: Notes on the 1885 Converse Mound Collection."
Ira W. Butterfield, "The Sanilac Petroglyphs: An Archaeological Time Study."
William N. Beverly, "Memorial, Harvey G. Franz, 1889-1970.''
The Archaeology of Michigan: A Guide to the Prehistory of the Great Lakes Region, by James E. Fitting (FLANDERS).
Vol. 17, no. 2 - 3une 1971
William A. Lovis, "The Holz Site (20AN26), Antrim Co., Michigan: A Preliminary Report."
Ira W. Butterfield and James K. Fitting, "Archaeological Salvage at 20BY31, Bay Co., Michigan."
George B. Miller, "Time Expended for Archaeological Excavation vs. Technical Analysis of Artifacts from the Franklin Glass Works Site, Kent, Ohio."
Vol. 17, no. 3/4 - 1971
Margaret Kimball Brown, "Glass from Fort Michilimackinac: A Classification for Eighteenth Century Glass."
Vol. 18, no. 1 - 1972
George S. Cole, "The Bannerstone as a Spear Weight."
M. J. Becker, "An Analysis of Skeletal Remains from an Ossuary at the Harris Yards Site (30WO1), Rossford, Ohio."
James B. Griffin, "An Old Copper Point from Chippewa County, Michigan."
The Burial Complexes of the Knight and Norton Mounds in Illinois and Michigan, by James B. Griffin, Richard E. Flanders, and Paul F. Titterington (BROWN).
The Prehistory of Salts Cave, Kentucky, by Patty Jo Watson (CLELAND).
The Woodland Indians of the Western Great Lakes, by Robert E. Ritzenthaler (ROGERS).
Vol. 18, no. 2 - 1972
Margaret B. Rogers, "The 46th Street Site and the Occurrence of Allegan Ware in Southwestern Michigan."
Geology of Michigan, by John A. Dorr (BALDWIN).
Prehistoric Biological Relationships in the Great Lakes Region, by Richard Guy Wilkinson (ADDINGTON).
Vol. 18, no. 3 - 1972
Kenneth C. Carstens, "Tobico (20BY32), A Late Woodland Site in Bay County, Michigan."
The Lasanen Site: An Historical Burial Locality in Mackinac County, Michigan by Charles E. Cleland (JELKS).
Vol. 18, no. 4 – 1972 No Longer Available
Charles E. Cleland, "The Matthews Site (20CL61), Clinton County, Michigan."
Donald B. Simons, "Radiocarbon Date from a Michigan Satchell-Type Site."
Leonard Kroon, "Notes on Ceramic Technology from the Weisner Site, Kent County, Ontario."
Richard I. Ford, "Salvaging Biological Remains from Archaeological Sites."
Vol. 19, no. 1/2 - l973 Limited Inventory
David S. Brose and Patricia S. Essenpries, "A Report on a Preliminary Archaeological Survey of Monroe, Michigan."
Vol. 19, no. 3/4 – 1973 No Longer Available
Carole S. Crumley, “The Kantzler Site (20BY30): A Multicomponent Woodland Site in Bay County, Michigan.”
Vol. 20, no. 2 – 1974 Limited Inventory
Earl J. Prahl, "The Morin Site (20MO40), Monroe County, Michigan."
Richard I. Ford, "Corn from the Straits of Mackinac."
Richard I. Ford and Volney N. Jones, "Job's Tears, Coix lachryma-jobi L., Beads from the West Ridge-Gibralter Site Southeastern Michigan."
Richard Drumm, "The Darrel Croomer Site, St. Joseph County, Michigan."
Vol. 20, no. 3/4 – September- December 1974 No Longer Available
James E. Fitting, “Contributions to the Archaeology of the St. Ignace Area”
1974 Membership List of the Michigan Archaeological Society
Vol. 21, no. 1 - March 1975
Terrance J. Martin, "Animal Remains from the Spoonville Site, 20OT1, Ottawa County, Michigan."
Deborah E. Bush, "A Ceramic Analysis of the Late Adena Buckmeyer Site, Perry County, Ohio."
James E. Fitting, "Climatic Change and Cultural Frontiers in Eastern North America."
Donald E. Weston, "Michigan Rock Art."
Vol. 21, no. 2 - 1975
Donald W. Foster, "A Unique Secondary Burial of Four Children found in Taymouth Township, Saginaw County, Michigan."
David S. Brose, "The Fisher Lake Site (20LU21), Multicomponent Occupations in Leelanau County, Michigan."
William A. Lovis, "The Eagle and the Factory System: A Re-evaluation of the Matthews Site Gun Parts."
James E. Fitting, "A Late 17th Century Burial from St. Ignace, Michigan."
James E. Fitting, "A Middle Historic Period Burial from St. Ignace, Michigan."
Fort Michilimackinac, 1715-1781: An Archaeological Perspective on the Revolutionary Frontier, by Lyle M. Stone (SULLIVAN).
Vol. 21, no. 3/4 - 1975
James E. Fitting, "Field School at the Young Site, 20SA209, Saginaw County, Michigan."
Paula F. Bienenfeld, "The Gilde Site: A Red Ochre Burial Site in Shiawassee County."
Donald E. Weston, "White Rock and the White River Site, 20HU39, Huron County, Michigan."
Vol. 22, no. 1 – 1976 No Longer Available
Doreen Ozker, "A Descriptive Report of the Surface Collections from Site 20MD28, Chippewa Nature Center, Midland County, Michigan."
Middle Mississippi Exploitation of Animal Populations, by Bruce D. Smith (GUILDAY).
Vol. 22, no 2/3 – September 1976 No Longer Available
James E. Fitting, “Archaeological Excavations at the Marquette Mission Site, St. Ignace, Michigan, in 1972”
Vol. 22, no. 4 - December 1976 Limited Inventory
Doreen Ozker, "Sumac Bluff (20MD25): A Site on the Chippewa River in Midland."
Doreen Ozker, "The Naugle Site, 20MD30, Midland County, Michigan: Early Late Woodland and Late Archaic Components on a Pine River Site."
Doreen Ozker, "Heat Treatment of Bayport Chert."
Vol. 23, no. 1 – 1977
James Boylan, "An Analysis of a Fluted Projectile Point from Macomb County, Michigan."
James B. Griffin, "The 'Turtle Egg' Site (20GS526), Genessee County, Michigan."
William Lovis and Noroan Sauer, "Two Wayne Mortuary Complex Burials from South Central Michigan,"
C. S. Paddy Reid, "A U.S. Corps of Artillery Button from the Ermatinger Site, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario."
Vol. 23, no. 2/3 - June-Sept. 1977 No Longer Available
C. Stephan Demeter and William L. Lowery, "An Archaeological and Historical Investigation of the Berrien Spring Jail House Site."
Vol. 23, no. 4 - December 1977
Charles H. Martinez, "Archeological Investigations at the Daniel Broughton House, Franklin Village, Michigan."
Judith A. Hauser and William B. Wilkins, "A Study of the Nistoric Clay Pipes
Excavated on the Draper Park (AFB, 20SC40) and Fort Gratiot (AFD, 20SC41) Sites, Port Huron, Michigan."
Larry M. Wyckoff, "The Red Ocher Burials from the Gilde Site (20SE8)."
Firearms on the Frontier: Guns at Fort Michilimackinac. by T.M. Namilton.
The Powder Magazine at Fort Michilimackinac: Excavation Report by Donald P. Heldman and William L. Minnerly. (Stephen R. Claggett).
Vol. 24, no. 1 - 1978
A. L. Spooner, "Edward J. Wahla, 1899-1977."
Barbara E. Luedtke, "Late Woodland Projectile Points in Michigan."
David M. Stothers, "The Western Basin Tradition: Algonquin or Iroquois?"
The Princess Point Complex, by David M. Stothers (LOVIS).
Vol. 24, no. 2 - 1978
Harold W. Thompson, "An Archaeological Survey of the Tuscola State Game Area and Peripheral Public and Private Lands: 1974 Season."
James J. Krakker and Thomas K. Black III, "Analysis of Features at 20LE38:
A Late Archaic Early Woodland Site in southeastern Michigan."
Vol. 24, no. 3/4 - 1978
Alastair M. Weir, "Carl E. Holaquist, 1887-1977."
Christopher S. Peebles, "Of Archaeology and Archaeologists in Saginaw County, Michigan."
Kenneth C. Carstens, "Walter L. Schmidt, 1891-1978."
Vol. 25, no. 1/2 - 1979
THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF 20LP98: A WOODLAND BURIAL LOCALE IN LAPEER COUNTY, MICHIGAN, edited by William A. Lovis.
William A. Lovis, "Part I: The Archaeology of 20LP98."
Norman J. Sauer, Melanie I. Guoerman and Dorothy N. VanBensch, "Part II: The Physical Anthropology of 20LP98."
Terrance J. Martin, "Appendix A: Unmodified Fauna from 20LP98."
Vol. 25, no. 3/4 - 1979
Ira W. Butterfield, "The Jahr Site (20TU6), Tuscola County, Michigan."
The Late Prehistory of the Lake Erie Drainage, by David S. Brose (WEIR).
Vol. 26, no. 1 - 1980
Robert G. Kingsley and Elizabeth B. Garland, "The DeBoer Site: A Late Allegan Phase Site in Allegan County, Michigan."
Vol. 26, no. 2 - June 1980
Deborah K. Rhead, "Archaeological Salvage at the Harris Homestead."
Early Man: Magazine of Modern Archaeology (BRASHLER).
Animal Resource Exploitation by Early Cahokia Populations on the Merrel tract, by Lucretia S. Kelly (MARTIN).
Vol. 26, no. 3/4 - 1980
THE SAND POINT SITE (20BG14), edited by Margaret B. Holman and Terrance J. Martin.
William M. Cremin, "The Sand Point (20BG14): A Lakes Phase Site on the Keweenaw Peninsula, Baraga County, Michigan."
Terrance J. Martin and Deborah K. Rhead, "Environment and Subsistence at Sand Point."
R. David Hoxie, "An Analysis of Late Woodland Copper Assemblage from the Sand Point Site, Baraga Gounty, Michigan."
Lawrence G. Dorothy, "The Ceramics of the Sand Point Site (20BG14), Baraga County, Michigan: A Preliminary Description."
Vol. 27, no. 1/2 - 1981
Larry M. Wyckoff, "The Physical Anthropology of the Sand Point Site (20BC14)"
William M. Mangold, "An Archaeological Survey of the Galien River Basin."
Vol. 27, no. 3/4 – 1981 Limited Inventory
Charles A. Hulse, "An Archaeological Evaluation of Fort St. Joseph (20BE23), Berrien County, Michigan."
Terrance J. Martin, "Animal Remains from the Gros Cap Site: An Evaluation of Fish Scales Versus Fish Bones in Assessing the Species Composition of an Archaeological Assemblage. "
Henry T. Wright, "A Fluted Point from the Muskegon Valley."
Vol. 28, no. 1/2 – 1982 Limited Inventory
A HISTORY OF THE MICHIGAN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, by Lorena V. Martin.
Appendix A - History of Local Chapters by William Beverly, Ken Wilson, George W. Davis, Robert E. Naltiner, Ira W. Butterfield, Don Nays, Lawrence G. Dorothy, Donald B. Simons, Edward Petteys, Lois Wang, and Fel Brunett.
Vol. 28, no. 3 1982
Dehorah Rowland Sabo, "Preliminary Use-wear Analysis of a Michigan Chert."
Harold W. Thompson, "A Turkey Tail from the Stroebel Site (20SA14)."
Early Late Woodland Boundaries and Interaction: Indian Ceramics of Southern Lower Michigan, by Janet G. Brashler (MAINFORT).
Vol. 28, no. 4 - December 1982
Caven P. Clark, "Lithic Configurations and Raw Material Distribution at an Archaic Site in Central Lower Michigan."
Michael Shott, "Carmen Baggerly: An Appreciation."
The Snyders Mounds and Five Other Mound Groups in Calhoun County, Illinois, Braun, Griffin and Titterington (Kingsley).
Galena and Aboriginal Trade in Eastern North America, Walthall (Holman).
Vol. 29, no. 1/2 - 1983
David P. Latasi, "The Plank Road II Site (20MR210), Monroe County, Michigan."
Vol. 29, no. 3 - 1983
Vergil E. Noble, Jr., ''In Dire Straits: Subsistence Patterns at Mackinac."
Harold W. Thompson, "A Lanceolate Projectile Point and the Problem of Typological and Temporal Placement."
Vol, 29, no. 4 - 1983
David M. Srothers, James R. Graves, and Susan B. Conway, "The Weiser Site: A Sandusky Village in Transition."
John R. Halsey, "Hinsdale Mounds 1 and 3 (20WA29 and 20WA28): Vanished Wayne Mortuary Complex Sites in Washtenaw County, Michigan."
A Search for the Eighteenth Century Village at Michilimackinac: A Soil Resistivity Survey, by J. Mark Williams and Gary Shapiro (NOBLE).
Jesuit Rings from Fort Michilimackinac and Other European Contact Sites, by Judith Hauser (NOBLE).
Vol. 30, no. 1 - January-June 1984
Michael J. Shott and Paul D. Welch, "Archaeological Resources of the Thumb Area of Michigan."
Harold W. Thompson, "A Slate Procurement Station in Tuscola County, Michigan."
Vol. 30, no. 2 - June 1984
James J. Krakker, "Investigations of a Small Late Prehistoric Site in St. Clair County, Michigan."
Vol. 30, no. 3/4 - September-December 1984
Daniel R. Campbell, "Prosperity and Power: The Success and Failure of Potawatomi Leadership in Michigan."
Lorena V. Martin, "A Chronological Index to the Publications of the Michigan Archaeological Society."
The Pokagans, 1683-l983, Catholic Potawatomi Indians of the St. Joseph River Valley,by James A. Clifton (HOLMAN).
Vol. 31, no. 1/2 - September-December 1985
Elizabeth B. Garland and James W. Cogswell, "The Powers Mastodon Site."
Daniel C. Ursum, "The Point Arcadia Site (20MT120).''
Harold W. Thompson, "A Ground Slate Bayonet from the Stroebel Site (20SA14)."
Vol. 31, no. 3 - September 1985
Barbara Mead and Robert G. Kingaley, "20IS46: A Late Archaic Cemetery in Iosco County, Michigan."
David A. Barondess and Norman J. Sauer, "Human Skeletal Remains from 20IS46: A Late Archaic Burial Locale from Eastern Michigan."
Vol. 31, no. 4 - December 1985
Beverley A. Smith, "The Use of Animals at the 17th Century Mission of St. Ignace."
John R. Steckley, "Finding a Home for Two Tribes."
Harold W. Thompson, "Postulated Evidence for a Tie-on Bannerstone from a Saginaw Valley Site."
Copper Artifacts in Late Eastern Woodlands Prehistory, by Claire Garber Goodman (HALSEY).
Vol. 32, no. 1/2 - January-June 1986
Caven P. Clark, " The Prehistory of the Birch Run Road Site, Saginaw County, Michigan," pp. 1-93.
Kathryn E. Parker, "Botanical Remains from the Birch Run Road Site," pp. 94-100.
Vol. 32, no. 3 - September 1986
Ira W. Butterfield, "Water Configurations in the Human Environment form the Main Algonquin to the Nipissing I Stages of the Great Lakes in the Saginaw Valley, Michigan."
Vol. 32, no. 4 - December 1986
David C. Anderson and Donald J. Weir, "Archaeological Testing at the Herman Farm Site (20BE189): An Example of the Utility of Controlled Surface Collection for Site Evaluation."
Scott G. Beld, "A Fluted Point Find, 20GR162, from Gratiot County, Michigan."
Harold H. Thompson, "Additional Slate Artifacts from the Bank of the Tittabawassee River, Saginaw County, Michigan."
Vol. 33, no. 1/2 - January-June 1987
ARCHAEOLOGY IN ANN ARBOR, Edited by Michael J. Shott.
Michael J. Shott, "Introduction to the Volume.".
Michael J. Shott, "20WA174: A Multicomponent Site in Ann Arbor, Michigan."
Margaret B.Holman (Compiler). Contributors: Caven P. Clark, Cathryn C. Egan, Philip J. Franz, Michael J. Hambacher, Margaret B. Holman, and Max Houck,
"Archaeological Excavations at 20WA176."
Vol. 33, no. 3 - September 1987
William M. Cremin and David G. DeFant, "The Indian and the Prairie: Prehistoric and Early Historic Utilization of Native Grassland Environments in Kalamazoo County, Michigan, with Emphasis on Gourd-Neck Prairie in Schoolcraft Township."
William M. Cremin and Dale W. Quattrin, "With an Addendum on the l986 Survey to Relocate the 1825 'Indian Village of Prairie Rhonde' in Prairie Rhonde Township."
Vol. 33, no. 4 - December 1987
Harold W. Thompson, "Sites and Artifacts from the Thumb Region of Michigan."
Barbara Mead, "Historic Preservation and the Michigan Archaeological Society."
Vol. 34, no. 1/2 - January-June 1988
Ira W. Butterfield, "Ralph W. Stroebel: The Last of Our Charter Members?"
Margaret B. Holman, Robert G. Kingsley, and James A. Robertson, "Archaeological Investigations at the Caseville Airport Site (20HU164) in Huron County, Michigan."
"News Release-Pothunter Convicted University of Pittsburgh."
Vol. 34, no. 3 - September 1988
Russel K. Skowronek, "Of Countermarks and Coins: The Earliest French Issues in the New World."
"Desperately Seeking Siouans: The Distribution of Sandy Lake Ware." By the Participants of the Lake Superior Basin Workshop 1988.
Harold W. Thompson, "Additional Notes on Site 20TU91"
Dennis Michael Morrison, "A Red Ochre Find at 20IS8, Oscoda, Michigan."
Dorothy B. Sims, "Huron Valley Chapter Project Report: Museum Exhibit."
Indian Flints of Ohio, by Lar Hothem (ROBERTSON).
Stone Age Spear and Arrowheads of the Midcontinental and Eastern United States, by Noel D. Justice (ROBERTSON).
Vol. 34, no. 4 - December 1988
Michael J. Hambacher, "The Point Arcadia Site (20MT120), Manistee County, Michigan: A Preliminary Consideration of the Williams Collection."
Amy L. Campbell, "A Comparative Discussion of Lambrix and Deer Lick Creek Cherts."
Susan K. Bechtel, "The Thebes Cluster: New Perspective from Northwest Ohio."
Vol. 35, no. 1 - March 1989
Richard E. Flanders, 1931-1989.
Susan M. Branstner, editor, "The Upper Buff Creek Site: A Multicomponent Late Woodland Period Camp in Alcona County, Michigan."
Studies in Southwestern Ontario Archaeology William A. Pox, editor (Lovis).
Archaeological Consulting in Ontario: Papers of the London Conference 1985 William A. Fox, editor (Lovis).
Vol. 35, no. 2 - June 1989 Limited Inventory
Robert G. Kingaley, "On the Occurrence of Hacklander Ware in Michigan."
Caven P. Clark, "Plano Tradition Lithics from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan."
Vol. 35, no. 3/4 - July-December 1989
Earl J. Prahl, editor, "Excavations at the Trombley House (20BY70): A Settlement Period House Site in Bay City, Michigan."
Vol. 36, no. 1 - March 1990 Limited Inventory
Jeheskel Shoshani, Henry T. Wright, and Arnold B. Pilling, "Ecological Context of Two Early Archaic Projectile Points from Michigan: A LeCroy and a Kessell Point Recovered at 20OK394. "
William M. Cremin, Dale W. Quattrin, and Gregory R. Walz, "Recent Woodland Period Research in the Middle St. Joseph River Drainage of Southwest Michigan, with Emphasis on the Late Woodland Occupation of the Kline 1 Site (20SJ29) in St. Joseph County, Michigan."
Amy F. Steffian and John M. O'Shea, "Eighty Years of Michigan Archaeology: A Summary of the University of Michigan's Great Lakes Collections."
Indian Names in Michigan, by Virgil J. Vogel (BRANSTNER).
Caven P. Clark, "Obituary: Ronald 0. Kapp, 1935-1990."
Vol. 36, no. 2 - June 1990 No Longer Available
Scott Beld, "20GR91: A Late Woodland Site in Gratiot County, Michigan."
Constitution, Bylaws, and Code of Ethics, Michigan Archaeological Society.
John R. Halsey, "Annual Report of the State Archaeologist, 1989-1990."
Vol. 36. no 3-4- July December 1990 No Longer Available
PILOT OF THE GRAND: PAPERS IN TRIBUTE TO RICHARD E. FLANDERS, PART I, edited by Terrance J. Martin and Charles E. Cleland.
Charles E. Cleland and Terrance J. Martin, “Preface”
Photographs from the Career of Richard E. Flanders
Bibliography of Richard E. Flanders
W. D. Franforter, “Personal Reminiscences of Richard Flanders”
James B. Griffin, “Recollections of Richard E. Flanders”
John R. Halsey, “Weatherly’s Antler Beetle”
Terrance J. Martin, “A Reconsideration of Animal Exploitation at the Spring Creek Site”
Daniel C. Fisher, “Age, Sex, and Season of Death of the Grandville Mastodont”
Michael J. Higgins, “A case of Prehistoric Bear Ceremonialism in the Lower Kalamazoo River Valley”
Margaret B. Holman, “The Bolthouse Site (20OT11/52) and Woodland Settlement in the Grand River Valley”
Elizabeth B. Garland, “Early Post Hopewell Ceremonialism at the Sumnerville Mounds Site (20 CS 6): the Brainerd Phasse in Southwestern Mi.”
Robert G. Kingsley, “Rethinking Hopewell Ceremic Typology in Michigan”
William A. Lovis, “Screaming Loon: A Post Nipissing Site on the Devil’s Elbow”
Earl J Prahl, Charles E. Cleland, Judy Prahl, and Joshua Cleland, “ The Making of the Mysterious Beaver Island Sun Circle”
Vol. 37, no. 2 - June 1991 No Longer Available
PILOT OF THE GRAND: PAPERS IN TRIBUTE TO RICHARD E. FLANDERS, PART II, edited by Terrance J. Martin and Charles E. Cleland.
Earl Jean Prahl, "The Mounds of the Muskegon."
Richard E. Flanders and Carol W. Burton, "A Possible Case of a Late Woodland Bear Mutilation from Newaygo County, Michigan."
Vol. 37, no. 4 - December 1991 Limited Availability
George Spero, Maxine Spero, Larry G. Dorothy, and Alice Noecker, "The Armintrout-Blackman Site: A Middle Woodland Site in the Kalamazoo River Valley."
Scott Beld, "20GRl2: A Middle Woodland Site in Gratiot County, Michigan."
James J. Krakker, "An Analysis of Lithics from the Bad River Site in the Shiawassee Flats."
Karyn Pletha, "Chemical Trace Element Analysis of Native Copper."
In Memoriam: Earl Jean Prahl.
Vol. 38, no. 1/2 - January-June 1992
THE U OF THE LAKE CONFERENCE, edited by Robert J. Jeske.
Robert J. Jeske, "Foreword: The U of the Lake Conference."
Rochelle Lurie and Robert J. Jeske, "Looking at the Past to See our Way to the Future: The Beginnings of the U of the Lake."
William M. Cremin, "Researching the Void Between History and Prehistory in Southwest Michigan."
Charles W. Markman, "Chicago Area Archaeology: Where are the Data?"
Robert J. Jeske, "Environment, Ethnicity, and Subsistence Change: The Late Woodland Mississippian Transition in the Upper Midwest."
John F. Doershuk, "Known Sites and site Location Expectations: The Will County Data."
Rochelle Lurie, "Robinson Reserve: A Langford Tradition Village and Mound Site on the Des Plaines River in Chicago, Illinois."
James R. Jones III, "Acculturation at Historic Aboriginal Sites in Tippecanoe County, Indiana."
Gregory R. Walz, "The Paleoethnobotany of the Schwerdt Site (20AE127): An Early Fifteenth Century Encampment in the Lower Kalamazoo Valley, Allegan County, Michigan."
Vol. 38, no. 3 - September 1992
Deborah J. Remer, "The Van Hoosen Farm Site (20OK424): The Taylor-Van Hoosen circa 1840 Farmhouse."
Vol. 38, no. 4 - December 1992
William Topping, "Archaeoimmersion as a Confounding Factor."
Thomas H. Bianchi and Paul v. Heinrich, "Geoarchaeological Evidence of the Lake Nipissing High Lake Phase in the Kalamazoo River Valley of Southwestern Michigan."
Two Terminal Archaic/Early Woodland Sites in Central Michigan. Scott G. Beld (Shott)
Vol. 39, no. 1 - January 1993
Karyn L. Pletka, "Industrial Archaeology at the Robinson-Herrling Sawaill Site, Greenbush, Wisconsin."
Vol. 39, no. 2 - June 1993
John R. Halsey and Barbara Mead, "Annual Report of the Office of the State Archaeologist, May 1991-April 1992."
Scott C. Beld, "Site 205A665: A Late Woodland Site in Taymouth Township, Saginaw County, Michigan."
Vol. 39, no. 3/4 - September-December 1993
William A. Lovis and John M. O'Shea, "A Reconsideration of Archaeological Research Design in Michigan: 1993."
Susan R. Martin, editor, "20KE20: Excavations at a Prehistoric Copper Workshop."
Vol. 40, no. 1 - March 1994
C. Stephan Demeter, "Nineteenth-Century Sanitation Technology in Urban Detriot.''
John R. Halsey, Barbara Mead, and Dean L. Anderson, "Annual Report of the Office of the State Archaeologist, May 1992-April 1993.
Vol. 40, no. 2 - June 1994
James J. Krakker, "Internal Variation and Intersite Comparison of a Late Prehistoric Lithic Assemblage in Washtenaw County."
"Constitution of the Michigan Archaeological Society."
"By-Laws of the Michigan Archaeological Society."
Vol. 40, no. 3/4 - September-December 1994
Kent C. Taylor, "Footwear Consumption in Nineteenth-Century Detroit: A Case Studyfrom the Beaubien Privy," pp. 77-99.
Gary G. Robinson and James A. Robertson, "An Archaeological and Historical Investigation of Site 20VA62, The Monroe Street (M-43) Cistern, Bangor, Van Buren County, Michigan," pp. 101-136.
"A Chronological Index to the Michigan Archaeologist, Volumes 30-40 (1984-1994}," pp. 137-145.
Arnold Remington Pilling: 1926-1994, by John R. Halsey, pp. 147-151.
Vol. 41, no. 1 - March 1995
Elizabeth B. Garland and Arthur L. DesJardins, "The Strobel Site (20SJ180):
A Havana Middle Woodland Encampment on the Prairie River in Southwestern Michigan," pp. 1-40.
Harold W. Thompson, "A Small Site on the Shore of Lake Huron," pp. 41-45.
Vol. 41, no. 2/3 - June-September 1995
Michael J. Hambacher and Margaret B. Holman, "Camp, Cache and Carry: The Porter Creek South Site (20MN100) and Cache Pits at 20MN31 in the Manistee National Forest," pp. 47-118.
Susan R. Martin, "Michigan Prehistory Facts: The State of Our Knowledge about Ancient Copper Mining in Michigan," pp. 119-138.
Vol. 41, no. 4 - December 1995
John P. Andrews, "A Lithic Analysis of the Frazer-Tyra Site (20SA9): A Multi-component Site in the Saginaw Valley," pp. 139-200.
Vol. 42, no. 1 - March 1996
John R. Halsey, "Without Forge or Crucible: Aboriginal Native American Use of Metals and Metallic Ores in the Eastern Woodlands," pp. 1-58.
Vol. 42, no. 2 - June 1996
A Letter to the Editor, p. 59.
Henry T. Wright, "The Lux Site (20SA196): A Paleoindian Site in Saginaw County," pp. 61-78.
Lynn Chapman, "Shell Mask Gorget from Ionia County," pp. 79-85.
Alastair MacDonald Weir (1915-1995), pp. 87-88.
Current Research, pp. 89-93.
Vol. 42, no. 3-4 Sept.- December 1996
Douglas Kullen, Keith Adams, and Madeleine Garceau “Boy Scout Camp (20IS97) An Early Late Woodland Site on the Au Sable River, Iosco County “
Vol. 43, No 1- March 1997
William A Fox, “Constructing Archaeological Expectations From Meskwaki Ritual”
David B Landon, “Berries in Season:” Seeds from the Industrial Town of Fayette Mi
Vol. 43, No 2-3 – June –September 1997 No Longer Available
A Letter to the Editor
Mark Branstner and Sean Dunham, “ The Upper Great Lakes lumber Industry: An Interdisciplinary Perspective”
Douglas A. Birk, “Outta the Woods and into the Mills: Shifting Timber Harvest Strategies on Minnesota’s Early Lumbering Frontiers”
Jill Garrison Ferone, Troy J. Ferone and Mark A Hill, “Logging Landscapes of the Late 19th Century: A Case Study from Michigan’s Western Upper Peninsula”
Carl Bajema and Janet Brashler, “Blendon Landing: A Middle 19th Century Logging Railroad, Sawmill and Shipyard Village in West Michigan”
John R. Halsey, Eric McDonald and Rose Lockwood Moore, “The East Branch Big Creek Logging Dam and Sluiceway (20 OD 25) Oscoda County ”
Bottles and Berms: Test Excavations at four Pine Era Lumber Camps in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula”
Elizabeth Benchley, “Nineteenth Century Logging along the Indian River in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan”
Vol. 43, No 4 Dec 1997
Harold Thompson, “Site 20HU107 An Interesting Habitation Locale in Huron Co., MI”
Peter Kotila, William Parkinson, and John O’Shea, “Archaeological Review in Ann Arbor Michigan, Fourteen Years of Cooperation”
Book Review The House in the Grove by Lynn Evens
Vol. 44, No 1- March 1998 Limited Availability
Scott G. Beld, “Preface”
Scott G. Beld and J. Tracy Luke, “Three Woodland Sites in the Pine River Drainage, Gratiot Co Michigan”
Vol. 44, No 2- June 1998 Limited Availability
Caven Clark, “Haytown: A Nineteenth- Century Copper Mining Site on Isle Royale’s North Shore”
Michael Stafford, “Norwood Revisited: A Preliminary Investigation of a Northern Michigan Chert Source”
Vol. 44, No 3- September 1998 Limited Availability
Timothy J. Abel, “The Blue Banks Site (33 SA 10): A stratified Late Wolf Phase Occupation at the Head of the Sandusky River Rapids in Fremont, Northwestern Ohio
Robert J Jeske, “ The Davidson Site: A Huber/Berrian Phase Upper Mississippian Site in Porter Co, Indiana
Vol. 44, No 4- December 1998 Limited Availability
John F Douglass, Margaret B. Holman and James H. Stephenson, “ Paleoindian, Archaic and Woodland Artifacts from a Site at Green Lake, Grand Traverse Co, Mi”
Vol. 45, No 1- March 1999 No Longer Available
Sean B. Dunham, John B. Anderton, “Late Archaic Radiocarbon Dates from the Popper Site (FS 09-10-03-825/20 AR350): A Multicomponent Site on Grand Island Mi
William A Lovis, “A Bibliographic Sojourn Through the Career of Moreau S Maxwell, Emeritus Professor and Curator of Anthropology, Michigan State University”
Caven Clark, “Book Review: Wonderful Power by Susan Martin”
Vol. 45, No 2- June 1999
Mark C Branstner, “The Carp River Sawmill Company (20 CH 99): A Pre-Civil War Settlement on the South Shore of Lake Superior”
Sean B. Dunham, ”Upper Great Lakes Lumber Camps: Assessing Significance”
Vol. 45, No 3- September 1999
Daniel O Sayers and Michael S Nassaney, “ Antebellum Landscapes and Agrarian Political Economies: Modeling Progressive Farmsteads in Southwest MI”
Brian Gerard Bardy, “ The Kensington /Ogden Site: A Seventeenth Century French Coin Unearthed Near the Chicago Portage in Cook County, Il”
Vol.45. No 4- December 1999
Steven R. Keuhn, “The Edgewater Beach Site: A Late Prehistoric Camp Site on Lac Vieux Desert, Villas County, Wi”
Marla Buckmaster, “The Backlund Village Site”
Walter L Schmidt Sr, Kenneth C. Carstens, “Miscellaneous Notes about the Archaeology in Bay and Arenac Counties”
Vol. 46, No 1-2 – March –June 2000
Buerl Guernsey and Cindy DiPersio, “Fifty Years of Archaeology on Wabasis Creek”
Sean C Stretton, Lynn A. Chapman, and Janet G. Brashler,”Investigations in the Hinterlands: An Analysis of Several Archaeological Sites in the Wabasis Creek Watershed”
Harold Thompson, “Two Artifacts from Site 20TU111”
Vol. 46, Nos. 3-4 –September-December 2000
James M. McClurken and Larry Nesper, ”Cultural and Economic Importance of Natural Resources Near the White Pine Mine to the Lake Superior Ojibwa”
Vol. 47, No 1-2 – March , June 2001 Limited Availability
Jane Eva Baxter, John Farmer, Dorothy Sims, Dency Terril, and Ann Zinn, “ Partners in Preserving the Past: A Legacy of Cooperation between UMMA And MAS”
Kent C Taylor, “An Early Twentieth Century General Store Deposit on Camp Grayling”
James E. Fitting, “Book Review: Retrieving Michigan’s Buried Past, Edited by John Halsey”
Vol. 47 , No 3-4 –September- December 2001
The Kalamazoo Valley Chapter, MAS and Betsy Garland, Larry Dorothy, and John Weaver, “In Memoriam: George B. Spero 1915-2001”
Marla Buckmaster, ”The Reindle Site”
Matthew Purtill, “The Misery Acres Site: Results of Archaeological Investigations of a ell-preserved Riviere au Vase Phase Fishing Camp Located on Middle Bass Island, Lake Erie, Ohio”
Volume 48 Number 1 and 2 Jan,March 2002
Scott Beld "A Preliminary Report on the Cater Site, 20MD3, Midland County Michigan: Early and Mid Nineteenth Century Occupations in Central Michigan"
Terrance Martin and J. C. Richmond "Animal Remains from the Cater Site"
Mary Theresa Bonhage-Freund, Kari-Jo Johnson, and Aimmi Knarr "Assimilation or Adaptation? Late Historic Chippewa Subsistence Strategies in Central Lower Michigan"
Volume 48 Number 3 and 4 Sept, Dec 2002
Marla Buckmaster “Four Sites in the Upper Peninsula: Brulee’ Trestle Site, Grand Rapids Dam, Pemene Creek, Pemene Falls”
William A. Lovis “Late Gainey/Early Parkhill Phase Paleo-Indian Penetration of Michigan’s Northern Lower Peninsula: A Paleo Indian Preform from East Lake, Kalkaska Co”
Keys to the Past Archaeological Treasures of Mackinac by Lynn L. M. Evens Reviewed by Margaret B. Holman
Volume 49 Number 1 and 2 Jan,March 2003
Margaret Holman, Barbara Mead, and Janet Brashler "Ode to a Woodland Urn”
Jodie A. O’Gorman “Revisiting the Moccasin Bluff Site”
Daniel B. Goatley “Lithic Tool Use Patterns at the Moccasin Bluff Site in Southwest Michigan”
Terrance J. Martin “Animal Remains from the 2002 Investigation of the Moccasin Bluff Site, Berrian County, Michigan”
Cynthia Adkins “Evidence for Corn Agriculture in Southwestern Michigan? New Botanical Evidence from Moccasin Bluff”
Mark R. Schurr “A Small Geophysical Survey at Moccasin Bluff”
Jodie A. O’Gorman “The ‘Agricultural Village’ Myth and Recent Research at Moccasin Bluff”
William L. Mangold “Mecca on the St. Joe: The Moccasin Bluff Site, Berrien County Michigan”
Volume 49 Number 3 and 4 June, September 2003
April M Beisaw “The Archaeology of Michigan’s One Room Schools”
Andrew A. White “Mortuary Assemblages and the Chronology of the Jack’s Reef Cluster”
William M. Cremin and Michael S. Nassaney “Sampling Archaeological Sediments for Small-Scale Remains: Recovery, Identification and Interpretation of Plant Remains from Fort St. Joseph”
Jeffrey D. Sommer “A Middle Woodland AMS Date from Saginaw County, Michigan”
Volumes 50-52, nos. 1-4, 2004-2006. Omnibus Issue, Special Edition
Tim Bennett, “Michigan Archaeological Society Pictorial”
Andrew A. White, “A Paleoindian Hafted Biface Assemblage from Northeastern Indiana”
Dillon Carr, “Deer Lake Revisited: Evaluating the Early Holocene Occupation of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula”
Bernard Spencer, “An Eden, Parallel Lanceolate, Samels Lanceolate-Like Projectile Point from Saginaw County, Michigan”
Jeffery D. Sommer, “The Tanner Cache from Coin Farm Site (20MD45), Midland County, Michigan’
Fred A. Finney, “American Indian Sites and Monuments in Postcards from Michigan”
Mark E. Bruhy, “The Treaty Tree Site (47Fr16): A Nexus of Prehistoric and Historic Native Occupation at the Headwaters of the Brule River”
John D. Holland, “Chert and Other Lithic Types of Michigan”
Bradley E. Ensor, “A Survey Along the Lower Huron River in Southeastern Michigan”
Christopher R. Moore, “A Geoarchaeological Investigation of Chert Resources Along the Wildcat Creek, Carroll County, Indiana”
Don Spohn, “A Copper Fishhook Typology”
Jane Eva Baxter, “The Felton Farmhouse: A Glimpse of Wayne County’s Agricultural Past”
Colin P. Quinn, “Use-Wear Under Fire: An Experimental use-Wear and Functional Analysis of Gunflints”
Michael Nassaney, Erin Claussen, and Meghan Cook, “Current Archaeological Investigations and Activities of the Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project”
Sarah Surface-Evans, “Sustainable Forestry and Archaeology: A Case Study for GIScience Aiding Land Use Planning in Michigan”
Lynn L. M. Evans, compiler, “Archaeology at Michillimackinac: looking Back on Fifty Years of Research”
Donald B. Simons, “Bird Effigy Pendant”
Donald B. Simons, “Flint Ridge Bifacial Knife”
Doyle Smith, “Brass Trigger Guard”
Caves and Cultures, 10,000 Years of Ohio History, edited by Linda B. Spurlock, Olaf H. Prufer, and Thomas R. Piggott, review by William A. Lovis
Recreating Hopewell, edited by Douglas K. Charles and Jane E. Buikstra, review by Jeffrey D. Sommer
Volume 53, Numbers 1 – 2, 2007
James Krakker, “Analysis of Chipped Stone from the Beach Lake Site in the Interlobate Regions of the Huron River Watershed”
James Krakker, “A Ground Stone Celt from Downtown Detroit, Michigan”
William Mangold, “The Gowdy Farm Collection: Another Piece of the Puzzle”
Lynn Evans, Native American contributions to the fur trade.
Volume 53, Numbers 3 – 4, 2007
Michael J. Hambacher, Margaret B. Holman, and Mark C. Branstner, “The Upper Buff Creek Site: Phase III Excavations at a Late Woodland Site in Alcona County, Michigan”
Volume 54, Numbers 1 – 4, 2008 Peg Holman Memorial Volume
The Tie That Binds: Essays in honor of Margaret B. Holman
“Introduction” William A. Lovis, Janet G. Brashler, Elizabeth Garland, and Barbara E. Mead
“Bibliography of Margaret B. “Peg” Holman” Compiled by William A. Lovis and Barbara E. Mead
“Camp, Cache, Carry, Stay Awhile: Preliminary Considerations of the Social and Economic Processes of Cache Pits along Douglas Lake, Michigan” Meghan c. L. Howey
“God is in the Details: Sister Hilger and the Anishinaabeg” Susan R. Martin
“Adaptive Strategies in Southwestern Michigan and a consideration of Lake Sturgeon” Terrance J. Martin
“Revisiting the Johnson Site (20CN46): A Winter Camp in a Cedar Swamp on Mullett Lake, Michigan” William A. Lovis
“The Battle Point Cemetery, Ottawa County, Michigan” Robert C. Manfort and Patrick E. Martin
“Ancestors, Graves, and Souls: Ties that Bind the Ottawa and Their Kin at Battle Point Cemetery” James McClurken
“Preservation, Partnerships and Repatriation at the Battle Point Site” Contributions by Jay Sam, Dean Anderson, and Janet G. Brashler
“Sugar Along the Cedar: 13BH164 and Prehistoric Production of Maple Sugar in Eastern Iowa” Donald H. Gaff
“Experimenting with Dating Iconographic Rings in the Upper Midwest” Carol I. Mason
“Avocational Contribution to Archaeology: A Michigan Example” Marla Buckmaster
“Lunch with Peg” Lynne Goldstein, Jodie O’Gorman, and Helen Pollard
Michigan Archaeological Society Special Publication No. 1
James E. Fitting, editor, Selections from the Michigan Archaeologist, Volumes 1-10.
Michigan Archaeological Society Special Publication No. 2
Kenneth C. Carstens, "Indian Mound Park Site, 20IB1."