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The Subject Index is an extensive though not comprehensive list. Subjects were generally drawn from the titles of major topics of the articles, comments, letters and editorials referenced. The Subject Index should help a researcher make a start into the MAS literature on a topic, but it will not exhaust it. This index was compiled in 1977 and printed in Vol. 38, No. 4 of the Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society. References are in the format Volume(issue number):page number.

A

adaptation
9(4):83

Adena culture
20(4):49
27(1):1

agricultural techniques
31(1-2):11
31(3-4):23

agricultural tools
21(3-4):38
25(1):1

agriculture, Indian
22(3-4):58
31(1-2):11

Algonkian linguistics
28(1):4

announcements
1(2):1

archaeological goals
1(3):3

archaeology by Pilgrims
11(2):11

archaeology of Boston, Mass.
13(2):8
13(3):15

archaeology of Cape Cod
5(1):6
19(1):1
28(1):1
28(2):27

archaeology of eastern Mass.
13(3):28

archaeology of Long Island
5(4):56
13(2):10

archaeology of Maine
2(4):7
9(2-3):17

archaeology of New England
1(3):27
3(1):1
14(2):74
14(3):98

archaeology of New Jersey
8(1):8

archaeology of New York State
1(2):30
5(3):48
5(4):60
6(3):43
36(1-2):11

archaeology of Northeast
1(2):17
8(4):60
22(3-4):62

archaeology of Rhode Island
14(1):2

archaeology, public
38(1-2):1

Archaic lithics, Early
25(2):35

Archaic period, Early
29(3-4):53

Archaic period, Late
17(4):74
20(4):61
36(3-4):1

Archaic period, Middle
29(3-4):53

Archaic sites, Early
31(3-4):29
37(3-4):36

Archaic sites, Late
12(2):22
14(4):109
16(3):48
17(1):9
21(3-4):43
22(3-4):33
22(3-4):46
23(1):1
23(3-4):21
24(2):30
28(1):9
28(2):24
30(3-4):1
31(1-2):1
32(3-4):1
33(3-4):1
35(1-2):9

Archaic sites, Middle
16(3):48
20(1):1

arrow shafts
1(4):21

artifacts, analysis
12(4):62
13(3):19
38(1-2):12

artifacts, identification
19(2):27
38(1-2):12
38(1-2):30

artifacts, restoration
34(1-2):29

atlatl weights
17(1):13
17(2):25
27(2):28
30(2):15
35(1-2):14
35(3-4):8
36(1-2):16
36(1-2):19

Aurignacian sites
8(2):24

axes, grooved
27(1):5
37(1-2):30

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B

bark box
14(2):77

bark technology
18(4):72

bark, uses of
37(1-2):15

bibliography
3(1):1

Black Lucy
6(2):17

boatstone
33(1-2):32

book reviews
4(4):64
5(4):60
8(1):8
8(4):60
15(1):21
30(1):17
32(1-2):33

book reviews, comment on
6(3):43

boulder tools
14(special):17

bowls, stone
4(3):42
8(4):52
17(3):51
17(4):74
30(1):6
30(3-4):9
31(1-2):1
36(1-2):30
36(3-4):1

bowls, manufacture of
29(1):1

bronze artifacts
24(2):25

Bronson Museum
14(3):89

burials
3(3):27
3(3):35
5(2):26
6(1):15
6(3):44
7(4):65
8(1):5
8(1):6
8(2):22
8(3):33
9(1):4
9(1):16
9(2-3):17
10(1):14
10(3):63
11(1):1
11(1):10
11(2):21
11(2):22
11(2):37
11(4):91
12(1):8
12(3):37
14(2):69
16(4):77
17(2):17
17(2):22
18(1):1
20(2):17
20(4):61
22(3-4):33
23(2):26
24(2):30
27(1):1
28(3-4):33
29(3-4):62
30(3-4):1
31(1-2):30
32(1-2):20
33(1-2):10
33(3-4):32
35(3-4):14
35(3-4):18
36(3-4):10
37(1-2):12

burials, cremations
14(4):109
20(3):47
23(1):1
23(3-4):21
28(2):17
31(3-4):1
32(1-2):20
32(3-4):1
33(3-4):1
34(1-2):24

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C

caches
5(1):11
5(2):28
8(4):52
9(4):73
10(2):46
10(4):94
14(4):109
17(1):6
23(3-4):50
24(3-4):56
29(3-4):60
31(1-2):28

Canada
(see site reports, Canada)

Canada, Northeastern
25(2):38

Cape Cod
(see archaeology of Cape Cod)

carbon-14 dating
12(2):13
28(1):17

cave art
35(1-2):20

celts
23(3-4):50

ceramic analysis
22(3-4):44
24(3-4):64
36(1-2):25

ceramic designs
6(4):64
8(1):1
36(1-2):11

ceramic influences
23(1):20

ceramic measurement
20(3):46
21(3-4):61

ceramics, Colonial period
4(3):38

ceramics, Stage 1
(see Woodland ceramics, early; Woodland sites, early)

ceramics, Stage 2
(see Woodland ceramics, middle; Woodland sites, middle)

ceramics, Stage 3
(see Woodland ceramics, middle and late; Woodland sites, middle and late)

ceramics, Stage 4
(see Woodland ceramics, late; Woodland sites, late)

chapters
1(3):7
10(3):53
10(3):54
10(3):56
10 (3):59
10(3):60
10(3):61

chipping techniques
24(3-4):60

chronology, cultural
7(3):49
7(3):54
13(2):8
13(3):15
13(3):28
14(1):1
19(1):1
22(1):9

collecting, amateur
23(2):36

collections, artifact
7(1):16
7(4):68
7(4):70
7(4):76
7(4):77
8(2):22
8(3):47
9(1):2
17(2):29

collections, Maine
24(2):25

collections, surface
8(3):44
28(1):1
32(1-2):29

Colonial artifacts
32(1-2):33
38(1-2):12

Colonial period
6(1):1
6(2):29
13(3):23
20(3):34

committee reports
1(1):3
1(2):9
1(3):5
1(3):6
1(3):7
11(4):83
13(3):15
14(2):83

Connecticut
(see site reports, Connecticut)

Connecticut River Valley
1(4):4
6(4):58

Connecticut Valley Chapter
10(3):59

Contact Period
10(3):63
20(2):17
34(3-4):24
37(1-2):22

Contact Period, ceramics
23(3-4):45

Contact Period, sites
29(3-4):62

copper, axes
21(2):17

copper, beads
3(2):11
3(2):18
18(3):59
25(2):37

cordage
25(2):37

corn
30(1):17

corn mills
36(1-2):22

cremations
(see burials, cremations)

cultural ecology
5(3):33
5(3):34
25(2):38

culture change
13(2):8
13(3):28
14(2):74

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D

dances, Wabanaki
16(2):29

dating techniques
12(2):13
16(2):38
28(1):17

Deerfield archaeological display
31(3-4):8

diffusion
9(4):83

dogs, Indian
10(2):17

dolmens
6(2):29

Dorset culture
18(4):65

dugout canoes
22(3-4):46
30(1):1
37(1-2):1

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E

Early Man
35(3-4):31

earthworks
4(1):1
9(4):82

Eastern Massachusetts
(see archaeology of eastern Mass.)

Eastern States Archaeological Federation
1(3):11

eating utensils
36(3-4):21

Editorial
1(1):2
1(3):1
1(4):1
2(2):1
20(1):16
21(1):16
21(3-4):64
24(3-4):68
26(3-4):64
29(1):16
31(3-4):32
32(1-2):31
35(3-4):31
38(3):1

Editorial, guest
1(1):2
10(3):49
18(2):25
21(1):15
23(2):36

editorial policy
37(3-4):35
38(3):34

effigies
24(3-4):49
36(1-2):28

engraved pebbles
28(1):15

environment
8(2):29

Eskimo settlement
10(1):1

ethnography
16(2):29
(also see ethnohistory)

ethnohistory
1(4):4
3(2):19
3(3):31
3(4):43
4(1):15
4(3):33
4(4):49
6(1):10
7(1):11
8(2):17
9(1):9
9(4):80
10(2):17
11(3):48
12(4):58
13(2):6
15(4):59
18(4):68
19(4):53
20(1):12
20(3):34
22(2):17
24(3-4):58
25(3-4):72
29(3-4):62
31(1-2):11
35(3-4):25
38(1-2):14

ethnology
6(3):39
7(3):59
18(4):68

evolution, cultural
35(3-4):31

evolution, human
35(1-2):31
35(3-4):33

excavation, purpose of
31(3-4):32

excavation, techniques
1(4):23
5(2):29
7(2):42
7(4):76
15(1):21
24(3-4):68
33(1-2):29
38(1-2):20

exhibits
14(3):84
14(3):92
31(3-4):8

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F

facial reconstruction
33(1-2):10

faunal remains
26(3-4):53

fertilizer, fish
31(3-4):23

fire technology
31(3-4):20

fishhooks
33(1-2):20

floor plans
32(1-2):1

folklore, Indian
15(3):52

food storage
23(3-4):47

forts
4(1):1
9(4):82
14(2):79
17(1):9
38(1-2):7

Fowler, William S.
37(3-4):35

functional analysis
12(4):62

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G

geography
5(3):33
5(3):34

geological methods
12(3):41

glacial erosion
14(4):112

gorgets
31(3-4):30
32(1-2):33

gouges, channeled
25(2):35

gouges, grooved
34(3-4):23

graphite, use of
38(1-2):30

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H

hafting techniques
1(4):16
2(1):27
21(3-4):62
30(2):15
34(3-4):1
37(3-4):45

harpoons, Indian
30(3-4):22

historic period sites
4(3):41
6(2):17
11(1):6
16(3):41
16(3):48
28(3-4):33
38(1-2):7

historical narratives
(see narrative reprints)

history, of Maine
2(4):7

history, of of New England
1(3):30
3(2):19
3(3):36
4(4):57
4(4):64
9(4):76
11(2):19
11(3):48
16(3):41
17(4):59

hoes, triangular
21(3-4):38

houses
(see structures)

humor
9(1):14

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I

illustration techniques
25(2):44

indices
8(4):61
18(4):80
19(4):68
20(4):68
23(3-4):51

Indian activities
13(1):11

Indian agriculture
22(3-4):58
31(1-2):11

Indian art
13(1):1

Indian games
16(2):25

Indian languages
22(3-4):65

Indian names
22(2):30

Indian oils
21(2):19

Indian place names
21(3-4):46

Indian Rock
30(3-4):28

Indians, Algonkian
28(1):4

Indians, Cape Cod
19(4):53
22(2):17

Indians, Housatonic
19(3):44

Indians, Long Island
5(2):17
6(3):39
7(3):59

Indians, Massachusetts
4(3):33

Indians, Micmac
20(3):39

Indians, Monomoyick
19(4):53

Indians, Montagnais-Naskapi
25(2):38

Indians, New England
11(3):48
17(4):59

Indians, Nipmuck
2(4):2
4(4):49
38(1-2):14

Indians, Passamaquoddy
14(2):77
17(1):1

Indians, Quaboag
9(4):80

Indians, southern New England
15(4):59

Indians, Wabanaki
16(2):29
18(4):76
21(2):19

Indians, Wampanoag
20(1):12

interpretive techniques
5(3):40

Iroquois ceramics
27(2):30

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K

kaolin pipes
16(3):41
27(1):14

Kensington Stone
13(4):33
(see also Vikings)

kilns, lime
15(1):1

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L

labor, division of
37(1-2):6

Leif Erikson
(see Vikings)

letters to the Editor
2(2):30
2(3):12
2(4):14
10(2):46

lithic analysis
5(3):42
22(3-4):68
38(1-2):22

lithic technology
1(4):16
5(3):42
9(1):1
13(3):19
15(2):37
24(3-4):60
27(1):12
31(1-2):30
34(1-2):6
36(1-2):19
38(1-2):22

lithic technology, ground stone
14(4):17

Long Island
(see archaeology of Long Island)

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M

Maine
(see archaeology of Maine; history of Maine; site reports, Maine)

Maine Archaic complex
33(3-4):10

maize
30(1):17

magic stones
36(3-4):10

manuscript preparation
21(3-4):64
38(3):1

maritime hunters
18(4):65

Mary Rowlandson
35(3-4):25

Massachusetts Archaeological Society
4(2):25

Massachusetts Archaeological Society, contributions of
25(3-4):50

Massachusetts Archaeological Society, history of
25(3-4):46

Massachusetts Archaeological Society, membership of
2(2):6
4(2):30
6(3):46
8(1):12
10(3):76
12(1):11
18(2):37
21(1):15
25(3-4):45

Massachusetts Archaeological Society, organization of
11(1):16

Massachusetts Archaeological Society, progress of
1(3):1
10(3):50
18(2):25

Massachusetts sites
(see site reports, Massachusetts)

Massasoit Chapter
10(3):61

measurement devices
24(2):35

measurement systems
6(3):42
12(4):60

medicine, Indian
17(3):46
26(1):13

meetings
1(2):5
1(2):7
2(2):3
21(2):32

metal cutouts
34(3-4):24

metric system
6(3):42

Moorehead Chapter
10(3):53

mooring holes
14(2):83
14(4):105
19(2):31
19(3):50
20(1):15

multicomponent sites
2(1):14
2(2):15
2(2):20
3(3):27
3(3):34
4(3):42
5(2):20
5(4):49
7(1):9
7(2):24
7(2):37
7(3):50
7(3):53
10(2):36
10(4):81
11(1):2
11(1):10
11(2):37
11(3):74
11(4):21
12(1):1
12(4):47
12(4):53
13(1):5
13(1):10
13(2):1
14(1):1
14(1):2
14(2):79
14(4):113
15(4):65
16(2):20
16(4):61
18(1):1
18(3):59
19(3):41
20(3):37
21(1):1
23(3-4):24
24(1):1
24(1):6
24(2):21
24(3-4):45
24(3-4):51
25(2):29
25(3-4):70
26(3-4):33
26(3-4):44
26(3-4):53
27(2):17
28(3-4):33
29(1):1
29(2):17
29(3-4):37
30(2):1
30(2):4
30(2):10
30(3-4):9
31(3-4):1
31(3-4):26
32(1-2):12
32(3-4):9
32(3-4):28
33(1-2):1
33(3-4):16
34(1-2):24
35(1-2):17
35(1-2):24
36(1-2):1
36(1-2):8
36(3-4):28
37(1-2):20
37(3-4):49
38(1-2):7
38(3):34
38(3):53

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N

Nantucket project
1(1):12

narrative reprints
1(3):30
1(4):11
2(1):23
3(3):36
3(4):43
4(1):15
4(4):57
8(2):17
9(1):9

New England
(see archaeology of New England; history of New England)

New England, environment of
8(2):29

New Jersey
(see archaeology of New Jersey; site reports, New Jersey)

New York State
(see archaeology of New York State; site reports, New York State)

Nipmuc Chapter
10(3):54

Nipmuck territory
2(4):2
2(4):14
38(1-2):14

Norse runes
21(2):22

Northeast
(see archaeology of Northeast)

Northeastern Chapter
10(3):60

Nova Scotia
20(3):39

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0

Obituary, Jesse Brewer
33(3-4):28

Obituary, Edward Brooks
18(3):64

Obituary, Kirk Bryan
12(1):12

Obituary, Ripley P. Bullen
38(3):33

Obituary, Edmund Burke
7(2):48

Obituary, Karl S. Dodge
30(2):17

Obituary, W. Elmer Ekblaw
10(4):96

Obituary, Laurence K. Gahan
28(1):15

Oceanic artifacts
12(3):27
13(4):38

Owasco ceramics
11(2):17

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P

paleogeography
4(2):24
34(1-2):13

Paleo-Indian, migrations
23(2):21
34(1-2):13

Paleo-Indian period
13(4):39
16(1):2
18(3):49
19(2):21
20(3):33
33(3-4):29
34(1-2):1
34(1-2):6
36(1-2):8

Paleolithic archaeology, old world
8(2):24

pecking, function of
31(1-2):30

pestles
31(1-2):26

petroglyphs
21(2):21
22(1):14
37(3-4):47

petrography
5(3):42
11(2):45

pipe making, stone
29(1):1

pipes
37(3-4):42

pipes, ceramic
18(3):55
24(3-4):53
26(3-4):49
35(3-4):23

pipes, ceramic effigy
35(1-2):28

pipes, stone
8(4):49
30(3-4):26
32(1-2):23

pipe stems
4(3):39

pitted stones
13(3):19

place names, Indian
10(4):89

plummets
36(3-4):31

poetry
1(4):2
7(4):80
10(2):48
18(4):78

Polynesian artifacts
12(3):27

pottery restoration
30(3-4):29

Pre-Columbian markers
28(1):10

prehistoric movements
22(3-4):62
23(2):21
34(1-2):13
(see also seasonal movements)

property rights
2(4):14
11(3):48
13(2):6
38(1-2):14

publicity
21(1):16

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Q

quarry sites
2(1):14
2(2):20
4(3):42
5(4):49
6(4):49
22(3-4):49
27(2):17
29(1):1
30(1):6
30(3-4):9
31(1-2):1
32(3-4):9
33(3-4):18
36(3-4):1
36(3-4):17
38(3):34
38(3):48

Quaternary period
21(3-4):49

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R

radiocarbon dating
12(2):13
14(4):105
16(3):53
17(3):49
18(1):1
18(2):26
19(2):21
20(3):33
28(1):17
29(1):1
30(3-4):1
34(1-2):1

recording techniques
24(3-4):68

red ochre
11(2):22
15(3):58
17(1):4
17(2):18

Rhode Island
(see archaeology of Rhode Island; site reports, Rhode Island)

rock identification
20(1):8
(see also lithic analysis, stone identification)

rock shelters
8(1):6
9(1):15
10(1):16
10(2):36
22(3-4):56
24(1):1
30(2):1
30(2):10
31(3-4):16
32(3-4):9
33(3-4):16
37(1-2):20

Rowlandson, Mary
35(3-4):25

rubbing stones
5(2):28

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S

sea level changes
21(3-4):49

seasonal movements
6(1):10
10(1):1
13(1):11

settlement patterns
3(4):55
5(3):37
6(1):10
6(3):33
6(3):36
6(4):58
10(1):1
10(2):39
19(2):22
24(3-4):37
28(2):27
29(3-4):59
33(1-2):21

sharpening stones
37(1-2):28

shell heaps
1(3):14
5(1):6
7(2):17
9(1):4
9(4):75
10(1):7
21(1):1
21(2):17

site, discovery of
29(1):16

site, identification of
21(3-4):52

site, survey
1(1):7
1(1):8
1(1)11
2(3):1
3(4):55
4(2):17
5(1):6
5(3):37
7(2):43
10(2):39
16(3):48
19(2):22
33(1-2):21

site reports, Canada
26(2):19

site reports, Connecticut
10(2):36
20(1):1
20(3):42
23(2):26
26(3-4):53
29(3-4):60
31(3-4):16
32(1-2):12
32(3-4):9
34(3-4):13

site reports, Maine
12(1):1
12(2):22
15(1):1
15(3):57
19(3):41
20(3):47
21(3-4):43
27(1):8

site reports, Massachusetts
1(3):14
2(1):14
2(1):33
2(2):15
2(2):17
2(2):20
3(3):27
3(3):34
5(1):6
5(2):20
5(4):44
6(1):15
6(2):17
6(3):33
6(3):36
6(4):49
7(1):9
7(2):17
7(2):24
7(2):37
7(2):43
7(3):50
7(3):53
8(1):6
8(2):22
9(1):4
9(1):15
9(4):75
9(4):82
10(1):7
10(1):14
10(1):16
10(2):44
10(3):63
10(4):81
11(1):2
11(1)10
11(2):37
11(3):74
12(4):47
12(4):53
13(1):5
13(1):10
13(2):1
13(4):39
14(2):69
14(2):79
14(3):42
14(4):109
14(4):113
16(2):20
16(3):41
16(4) 61
16(4):77
18(3):49
18(3):59
20(2):17
20(3):33
20(3):37
20(4):61
21(1):1
21(2):17
21(2):25
21(3-4):33
22(3-4):33
22(3-4):42
22(3-4):46
23(1):1
23(3-4):21
23(3-4):24
23(3-4):41
24(2):21
24(2):30
24(3-4):45
24(3-4):51
25(2):24
25(3-4):70
26(1):1
26(3-4):33
27(2):17
28(1):9
28(2):17
28(2):24
29(1):1
29(3-4):37
29(3-4):59
30(1):6
30(2):1
30(2):4
30(2):10
30(3-4):1
30(3-4):9
31(1-2):1
31(1-2):30
31(3-4):1
31(3-4):26
31(3-4):29
32(3-4):1
32(3-4):28
33(1-2):1
33(1-2):21
33(3-4):1
33(3-4):16
33(3-4):32
34(1-2):1
34(1-2):24
35(1-2):9
35(1-2):17
35(1-2):24
35(3-4):14
35(3-4):18
36(1-2):8
36(3-4):17
36(3-4):28
37(1-2):20
37(3-4):49
38(1-2):7
38(1-2):22
38(3):34
38(3):53

site reports, New Hampshire
38(3):48

site reports, New Jersey
32(1-2):20

site reports, New York
22(3-4):56
26(3-4):44

site reports, Rhode Island
14(1):1
14(1):2
15(4):65
18(1):1
20(1):1
24(1):1
24(1):6
24(3-4):37
26(3-4):39
29(2):17
36(1-2):1

Sitting Bull
34(3-4):30

smoking habits
18(4):76

soil analysis
23(1):14

spoons, latten
11(1):6

spuds
37(1-2):15

Squibnocket complex
32(1-2):25

Steatite, spectrographic analysis of
4(4):62

Stone, chips
22(3-4):68

Stone drilling techniques
19(3):51

Stone identification
5(3):42
11(2):29
11(2):45
15(2):37
20(1):8

Stone pavement
3(2):25

Stone sources
3(4):58
9(1):1
11(2):29
32(3-4):23
38(3):34
38(3):48
(see also quarry sites)

stone boiling techniques
24(3-4):58

stones, engraved
14(2):73
22(1):14
35(1-2):20
36(1-2):16

storage pits
23(3-4):47

stratigraphy
7(3):50
7(3):54
16(4):61

structures
25(3-4):72
32(1-2):1
32(1-2):31
34(3-4):15

structures, portable, for excavators
38(1-2):20

structures, stone
32(1-2):31

subsistence patterns
6(1):10

survey techniques
29(1):16

sweat-houses
5(4):64
7(1):11
(see also structures, stone pavements)

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T

taxonomy
1(2):13
19(2):27
38(3):1
38(3):34

taxonomy, agricultural tools
9(4):83
15(3):41
25(1):25
31(1-2):11
35(1-2):1

taxonomy, atlatl weights
17(2):25
25(1):15

taxonomy, bone tool
33(1-2):12

taxonomy, ceramic
5(1):1
6(4):64
7(1):1
7(2):24
7(2):37
7(4):78
8(1):1
8(2):27
10(1):4
12(3):38
13(3):29
15(2):23
15(4):81
16(1):9
16(4):61
17(2):30
17(3):52
18(1):1
19(1):1
21(2):27
21(3-4):54
21(3-4):56
22(1):1
22(1):9
26(2):19
26(2):30
27(3-4):51

taxonomy, ceremonial and domestic artifacts
27(3-4):33

taxonomy, cultural
1(2):17
1(2):30
1(3):27

taxonomy, drills
4(3):48
25(1):7

taxonomy, ground stone
25(1):1
27(3-4):38
31(1-2):19

taxonomy, kaolin pipe
27(1):14

taxonomy, lithic
6(4):49
9(2-3):17
10(3):73
11(2):29
11(3):74
11(4):83
12(4):47
13(4):39
14(1):2
15(1):9
15(3):57
16(4):61
19(1):1
20(3):37
21(3-4):38
21(3-4):43
22(1):9
22(3-4):33
22(3-4):49
23(3-4):29
24(1):1
24(1):6
24(2):21
24(3-4):45
25(1):1
26(2):17
26(2):19
26(3-4):33
26(3-4):44
27(2):17
27(3-4):33
28(3-4):33
30(1):6
31(1-2):19

taxonomy, metal tool
34(3-4):24

taxonomy, method of
2(1):1
2(2):21

taxonomy, projectile point
2(3):10
4(3):45
6(4):53
7(2):24
11(4):91
12(4):64
16(1):2
18(3):49
23(1):5
25(1):1
26(2):17
28(1):14
28(3-4):33
30(3-4):24
32(1-2):25
33(3-4):29
34(1-2):1
34(1-2):6
34(1-2):16
35(3-4):1
36(1-2):8
37(3-4):36

taxonomy, scrapers
2(2):20
10(3):73
25(1):20

taxonomy, stone bowls
13(1):13
27(3-4):34

taxonomy, stone pipes
13(1):13
27(3-4):45

taxonomy, stone tubes
3(2):11
27(3-4):45

taxonomy, tomahawks
12(3):29
13(3):23
31(3-4):10

taxonomy, woodworking tools
7(4):72
25(1):1

tobacco
18(4):76

tombs, burial
15(1):1

trails, historic
6(1):1

trails, Indian
7(3):62
17(3):41

trap rock
9(1):1

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U

ulus
31(1-2):27

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V

vandalism
37(1-2):33

Vikings
3(4):52
13(4):33
14(2):83
14(4):105
16(3):53
17(3):49
18(2):32
18(3):61
19(2):31
19(3):50
20(1):15
21(2):22
21(3-4):48

Vinland
(see Vikings)

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W

wear analysis, lithic
27(1):12

Willoughby Chapter
10(3):56

Woodland ceramics, Early
13(3):29
27(3-4):51

Woodland ceramics, Late
22(3-4):42
23(1):18
23(2):32
23(2):34
24(2):34
27(3-4):56
27(3-4):59

Woodland ceramics, Middle-Late
24(3-4):51
27(3-4):56
34(3-4):13

Woodland ceramics, Middle
10(2):44
26(2):19
27(3-4):54
27(3-4):56
32(3-4):19

Woodland sites, Early
21(2):25
26(3-4):39
29(3-4):60

Woodland sites, Late
9(1):4
10(1):7
16(4):77
20(3):42
21(3-4):33
22(3-4):42
23(1):20
23(3-4):41
26(1):1
27(1):8
31(1-2):30
31(3-4):16

Woodland sites, Middle
10(2):44
14(2):69
22(3-4):56
26(2):19
33(3-4):32
38(1-2):22

woodworking tools
23(3-4):29

workshops
2(2):20
4(1):13
8(3):44
15(3):57
38(1-2):22
38(3):48

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