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This index was compiled in 1977 and printed in Vol. 38, No. 4 of the Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society. The Title Index lists all titles alphabetically except for the initial articles (the, a, an). The title is followed by the author’s name and a volume, issue number, and initial page reference. Initial page references are in the format Volume(issue number):page number.

A

Abodes of Four Aboriginal Periods, William S. Fowler, 34(3-4):15

Aboriginal Dugout Discovered at Weymouth, Chester B. Kevitt, 30(1):1

Aboriginal Grinding Equipment, William S. Fowler, 31(1-2):19

Aboriginal New England Pottery, William J. Howes, 5(1):1

Aboriginal New England Pottery (first Installment), William J. Howes, 15(2):23
Second Installment, 15(4):81
Third Installment, 16(1):9
Fourth Installment, 17(2): 30
Fifth Installment, 17(3):52
Sixth Installment, 21(2):27
Seventh Installment, 21(3-4):54

Adena and Block-End Tubes in the Northeast, Douglas F. Jordan, 20(4):49

Adena-Connected Burial Site, Barker D. Keith, 27(1):1

Agricultural Tools and Techniques of the Northeast, William S. Fowler, 15(3):41

Aircraft Road Rock Shelter, Constantine Zariphes, Jr., 31(3-4):16

Amateur and Professional Relations (Editorial), Carl B. Compton, 23(2):36

Analysis of Copper Bead from Indian Grave, Holyoke, Massachusetts, Anon., 3(2):18

Analysis of the Maine Cemetery Complex, Benjamin L. Smith, 9(2-3):17

Ancient Blade, (A Poem), Adrian P. Whiting, 10(2):48

Announcements, Douglas S. Byers, 1(2):1

Annual Meeting of the Eastern States Archaeological Federation, Frederick Johnson, 2(2):3

Approach to an Archaeological Problem, Anon., 1(2):13

Archaeological Cultures of the Northeast, Anon., 1(2):17

Archaeological Reconnaissance in the Marion Region during 1942, Maurice Robbins, 4(2):17

Archaeological Salvage on North River, Donald G. Scothorne, 31(3-4):26

Archaeological Traverse of Sandy Neck, Bernard W. Powell, 28(2):27

Archaeologist, (A Poem), Adrian P. Whiting, 1(4):2

Archaeology and History in Eastern Maine, John H. Rowe, 2(4):7

Archaeology of New Jersey by Dorothy Cross, A Review of, Ripley P. Bullen, 8(1):8

Archaeology of the Cochato River Valley Area, Wesley C. Cote, 19(2):22

Archaeology of the Lower North River Valley, Henry F. Howe, 10(2):39

Archaeology’s Newest Tool – Carbon 14 Dating, Benjamin L. Smith and George P. Bates, 12(2):13

Archaic Discoveries at Flat River, William S. Fowler, 29(2):17

Arnold Spring Rock Shelter, Henry N. Arnold, 30(2):1

Arrowsic Island Petroglyph, Edward J. Lenik, 37(3-4):47

Arti-Facts and Fancies, South Shore Chapter, 19(2):27

Artifacts Found on the Judd Tract in South Hadley, Mass., William J. Howes, 7(4):68

Artifacts of the Wilbraham Area, Richard John Curry, 17(2):29

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Bakerville Stone Bowl Quarry, John Neshko, Jr., 31(1-2):1

Bear Swamp Site: A Preliminary Report, Arthur C. Staples And Roy C. Athearn, 30(3-4):1

Bifurcated Point Concentration, William B. Taylor, 37(3-4):36

Birdstone Recovery in Rhode Island, William S. Fowler, 26(3-4):39

Bitter Rock Shelter: A Stratified Connecticut Site, Bernard W. Powell, 26(3-4):53

Black Lucy’s Garden, Adelaide Bullen and Ripley P. Bullen, 6(2):17

Boats Site, Excavation No.2, Edward F. Rose, 26(3-4):33

Boatstone from Fort Hill, William B. Taylor, 33(1-2):32

Bone Implements: How They Were Used, William S. Fowler, 33(1-2):12

Bradley Site on the Penobscot, Guy Mellgren, 21(3-4):43

Brass Kettle Recovery at Corn Hill, Cape Cod, Maurice Robbins 29(3-4):62

Bridgewater Stone, Arthur Alvin, 14(2):73

Brief Review of the Progress of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society, Maurice Robbins, 10(3):50

Bronson Museum, Anon., 14(3):89

Brook Meadow Site, Richard Parker, 35(1-2):9

Brooks, Edward, (Obituary), Anon., 18(3):64

Bull Brook: A Paleo Complex Site, William S. Fowler, 34(1-2):1

Bull Brook Site, Ipswich, Mass., William Eldridge and Joseph Vacaro, 13(4):39

Bungay River Site, George H. Barton, 28(1):9

Burgess Pasture Site, W.W. Whiting, 11(1):2

Burial Pit at Taylor Hill, Wellfleet, Mass., Howard Torrey and Ripley P. Bullen, 7(4):65

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Cache Corner at Satucket, Raymond J. Seamans, 10(4):94

Cache from Ipswich, Wendell S. Hadlock, 9(4):73

Cache from Ipswich: II. Two Letters, Howard A. Jones, 10(2):46

Cache of Artifacts from Martha’s Vineyard, E.G. Huntington, 23(3-4):50

Cache of Bone Implements, Donald G. Scothorne, 31(1-2):28

Cache of Engraved Pebbles from New Brunswick, William S. Fowler, 28(1):15

Cache of Rubbing Stones, W.W. Whiting, 5(2):28

Camp Sites in Southeastern Massachusetts, Irving Studley, 6(3):36

Camp Sites Near Plymouth, Mass., Jesse Brewer, 3(4):55

Can the Ship’s Shoring at Follins Pond Be Radiocarbon Dated?, Frederick J. Pohl, 17(3):49

Cape Cod Canal Pot, Jesse Brewer, 23(1):18

Caribou Indians of the Quebec-Labrador Peninsula, John T. Mc.Gee, 25(2):38

Car-Tracks Site, Wareham, Bernard H. Stockley, 23(3-4):41

Case for and Early Archaic in New England, William S. Fowler, 29(3-4):53

Cattail Creek Fluting Tradition and Its Complex-Determining Lithic Debris, Floyd Painter, 34(1-2):6

Ceramic Design Elements of Massachusetts, William S. Fowler, 8(1):1

Ceramic Development With Some Contemporaneous Lithic Traits, William S. Fowler, 22(1):9

Ceramic Find at Hunting Ridge, Connecticut, Bernard W. Powell, 20(3):42

Ceramic Pot Discovery in Coastal Connecticut, Clarence Donath, Jr., 34(3-4):13

Ceramic Pot from the Indian Hill Site, William L. Greene, 22(3-4):42

Ceramic Pot from the Swan Hold II Site, Russell E. Holmes, 24(3-4):51

Ceramic Pot Recovery at Oak Island No.2, Donald Scothorne and Nancy Scothorne, 32(3-4):19

Ceramics of the “Early Period”, William S. Fowler, 13(3):29

Ceremonial and Domestic Products of Aboriginal New England, William S. Fowler, 27(3-4):33

Certain Small Triangular Arrow Points, Ripley P. Bullen, 12(4):64

Champlain’s Account of the New England Coasts (Original Narrative Reprints, #4), Samuel de Champlain, 3(3):36

Channeled Gouge: An Early Archaic Diagnostic, Edward G. Bielski, 25(2):35

Charles C. Willoughby Chapter, Benjamin L. Smith, 10(3):56

Charter Members (List of), Anon., 25(3-4):45

Chemical Analysis of Residue from Indian Hill Ceramic Pot, J. J. Clancy, 22(3-4):44

Chips, Arthur George Smith, 22(3-4):68

Chronology and Classification of Connecticut Valley Projectile Points, William S. Fowler, 6(4):53

Chronology of Some Kaolin Pipe Types, William S. Fowler, 27(1):14

Church Brook Rock Shelter #1, Arthur Waddicor, 30(2):10

Classification of Certain Chipped Implements, Part I, Benjamin L. Smith, 11(4):83

Classification of Some Massachusetts Pottery, William S. Fowler, 10(1):4

Classification of Stone Implements of the Northeast, William S. Fowler, 25(1):1

Classification of the Aboriginal Cultures in the State of New York, Maurice Robbins, 1(2):30

Coburn Site: A Burial Complex on Cape Cod, Frank Kremp, 22(3-4):33

Cohannet Line, Rei Heino, 24(2):35

Collection from an Ordinary, Average Field in Eastern Maryland, William B. Marye, 7(4):76

Colonial Invasion of Hereditary Lands, Leaman F. Hallett, 20(3):34

Comments, William A. Haviland, 32(1-2):33

Comments on a Shawsheen River Site, Walter A. Vossberg, 20(3):37

Comments on Bullen’s Review of The Pre-Iroquoian Occupations of New York State, William A. Ritchie, 6(3):43

Comments on Culture Growth and Change in Eastern Massachusetts by Ripley P. Bullen, William S. Fowler, 13(3):28

Comments on Interpreting the Past, Maurice Robbins, 5(3):40

Comments on Tangible and Intangible Evidence, Frederick J. Pohl, 35(3-4):33

Comments on the Follins Pond Report, Frederick J. Pohl, 14(4):105

Comparative Study of Hoe and Spade Blades, William S. Fowler, 35(1-2):1

Concerning An Ethnological Introduction to the Long Island Indians, John H. Morice and Frank G. Speck, 7(3):59

Connecticut Valley Chapter, William S. Fowler, 10(3):59

Constitution and By-Laws: The Massachusetts Archaeological Society, Inc., Anon., 4(2):25

Contributions to the Advance of New England Archaeology, William S. Fowler, 25(3-4):50

Cornmills: a Mountaintop Example, William S. Fowler, 36(1-2):22

Correlation of Seven Sites in the Narragansett Bay Drainage, William S. Fowler, 24(3-4):37

Cracked Rock Shelter, William S. Fowler, 37(1-2):20

Cremation Burial Complex in Carver, Rodney W. Roach, 32(3-4):1

Cremation Cult of the Dead at Swan Hold, Richard G. Sautter, 28(2):17

“Crowned–54” Pipe Fragment from Alpine Landing, N.J., Julius Lopez, 18(3):55

Cultural Relationships and Terminology in New England, Ripley P. Bullen, 1(3):27

Cultural Traits of the Southern New England Indians, Leaman F. Hallett, 15(4):59

Culture Growth and Change in Eastern Massachusetts, Ripley P. Bullen, 13(2):8

Culture Sequence at the Potter Pond Site, William S. Fowler and Herbert A. Luther, 11(4):91

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Dated Pipe from Manhattan Island, New York, Edward J. Kaeser, 24(3-4):53

Deerfield Archaeological Display, Richard W. Hatch, 31(3-4):8

Department of Curious Coincidences, Anon., 9(1):14

Diagnostic Stone Bowl Industry, William S. Fowler, 36(3-4):1

Did Lafitau Draw What He Saw?, William S. Fowler, 21(3-4):38

Digging at Indian Work Shops near Plymouth, Mass., W. W. Whiting, 4(1):13

Dimensional Determination from Potsherds, Melvin V. Landon, 20(3):46

Discoveries at Wilcox Brook Site, William S. Fowler, 36(1-2):1

Discovery: An Impelling Force in Research (Editorial), Anon., 26(3-4):64

Discovery of a New Major Aboriginal Lithic Source, William F. Bowman and Gerald D. Zeoli, 38(3):34

Discovery of Fertilizer in Maize Cultivation, William S. Fowler, 31(3-4):23

Discovery of 52 Cache Blades in Squantum, William T. Williams, 24(3-4):56

Discovery – The Indian Keyway, William S. Fowler, 1(4):16

Discussion of Some Sites in the Southeastern Coastal Area, Charles F. Sherman, 6(3):33

Distribution of Settlement Among the Polar Eskimo, W. Elmer Ekblaw, 8(3):39

Division of Labor: Archaeological Discoveries, William S. Fowler, 37(1-2):6

Dogs of the Northeastern Woodland Indians, Eva L. Butler and Wendell S. Hadlock, 10(2):17

Dolly Bond Steatite Quarry, Ripley P. Bullen, 2(1):14

Dolmen on Martha’s Vineyard, Frederick Johnson, 6(2):29

Domestic Evidence at Steatite Quarries, William S. Fowler, 22(3-4)49

Dwight Blaney Collection, Ripley P. Bullen, 7(4):77

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E

Eagle Dam Site, Wrentham, Mass., Stephen Keighley, 12(4):53

Early Archaics at the Bluff Site, William S. Fowler, 33(1-2):1

Early Nineteenth Century Passamaquoddy Bark Box with an Anthropomorphic Decoration, Ernest S. Dodge, 14(2):77

Early Occupation Site, Eastport, Maine, Isaac W. Kingsbury and Wendell W. Hadlock, 12(2):22

Eating Practices in Aboriginal New England, William S. Fowler, 36(3-4):21

Eaton Site: A Dugout Workshop, Arthur Petzold, 22(3-4):46

Eden Points in Massachusetts, William S. Fowler, 33(3-4):29

Editorial Comment, Anon., 20(1):16

Editorial Comment on Preparation of Manuscripts, Anon., 21(3-4):64

Editorial Comment on Publicizing Archaeological Excavations, Anon., 21(1):16

Editorial Comments, Douglas S. Byers, 1(4):1

Editorial Greeting and Exhortation, Dena F. Dincauze, 37(3-4):35

Editorial Notes, Chester S. Chard, 2(2):1

Editorial on Excavation Methods, William S. Fowler, 22(1):16

Editorial on the Progress of the M.A.S., Douglas S. Byers, 1(3):1

Eel Bridge Site, Gerald C. Dunn, 21(3-4):33

Eel River Sites, Plymouth, Massachusetts, Jesse Brewer, 29(3-4):59

Effigy Carvings, William S. Fowler, 36(1-2):28

Eight Platform or “Monitor” Pipes in the Peabody Museum, Salem Massachusetts, Wendell S. Hadlock, 8(4):49

Engraved Stone from Meductic Flat, Nicholas N. Smith, 22(1):14

Engraved Wing Atlatl Weight, William B. Taylor, 36(1-2):16

Ernest S. Clarke Collection, Ripley P. Bullen, 8(3):47

Ethnological Introduction to the Long Island Indians, Carlos A. H. Westez, 6(3):39

Ethnology of Northern New England and the Maritime Provinces, Ernest S. Dodge, 18(4):68

Evidence of Typological Stratigraphy at Seth’s Swamp, Wellfleet, Massachusetts, Howard Torrey, 7(3):50

Excavating without Damaging Property, Jesse Brewer, 5(2):29

Excavations in the Blue Hill River Workship, John H. Rowe, 2(2):20

Experimental Study of the Manufacture of Articles of Bone and Antler, Ernest E. Tyzzer, 19(3):37

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F

Feathers, Laurence K. Gahan, 22(2):30

Field Archaeology by R.J.C. Atkinson (Book Review), Frank Glynn, 15(1):21

Fife Brook Surveys and Excavations, Deerfield River, William W. Fitzhugh, 33(1-2):21

Figured Art: Its Presence in Stone Age New England, William S. Fowler, 35(1-2):20

Finds at an Aurignacian Station in Detmold, Germany, Laurance K. Gahan, 8(2):24

Fire: The First Scientific Tool of Man, Elmer T. Erb, 31(3-4):20

First Interim Report on the Excavations at Site M-23-26, Hallam L. Movius, Jr., 2(2):17

Five Unusual Caches at the Boats Site, Edward F. Rose, 14(4):109

Fluted Point Recovery at Titicut, Joseph Mello, 36(1-2):8

Following the Trail of Early Man (Editorial), William S. Fowler, 35(3-4):31

Fort Hill Bluff Site, William B. Taylor, 38(1-2):7

Fort Hill Field Site, William S. Fowler, 35(1-2):17

Fortified Hill in Mendon, A. J. Edward Barnes, 9(4):82

Forts, Boundaries, or Ha-Has?, Ripley P. Bullen, 4(1):1

Foster’s Cove Site, Ripley P. Bullen, 7(2):24

Found and Lost (A Poem), Adrian P. Whiting, 7(4):80

Four Indian Burials at Hyannis, Massachusetts, Federico S. Vidal, Charles I. Slade and Edward E. Hunt, Jr., 12(1):8

From the Editor’s Notepad, Dena F. Dincauze, 38(3):34

Function of Pecking: How Used (Editorial), William S. Fowler, 31(1-2):30

Furnace Hill Brook Site: A Salvage Dig, Arthur Waddicor and Morris Mitchell, 30(2):4

Further Comments on Mooring Holes, Frederick J. Pohl, 20(1):15

Further Proof of Vikings at Follins Pond, Cape Cod, Frederick J. Pohl, 21(3-4):48

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G

Geographer as an Aid in Archaeological Problems, Ripley P. Bullen 5(3):33

Geography as an Aid to the Archaeologist: A Summary, W. Elmer Ekblaw, 5(3):34

Geology and Archaeology: Partnership with Profit, Joseph H. Hartshorn, 12(3):41

Geology of the Twin Rivers Site, J.P. Schafer, 14(1):2

Giants’ Kettles, Indian Mortars, Potholes, and Glacial Mills, Theodore L Stoddard, 14(4):112

Gleanings from the Indian Languages, Laurance K. Gahan, 22(3-4):65

Goddard’s, Guy Mellgren and Ed Runge, 19(3):41

Gorgets: Ornamental or Utilitarian?, William A. Haviland, 31(3-4):30

Grave in Middleboro, William L. Greene, 3(3):35

Grooved Ax: An Important Diagnostic, William S. Fowler, 27(1):5

Grooved Ax Study, William S. Fowler, 37(1-2):30

Guida Farm Pottery(Sixth Installment), William J. Howes, 21(2):27

Guide to Artifacts of Colonial America, by Ivor Noel-Hume (Book Review), Anon., 32(1-2):33

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H

Habitations, Summer and Winter Sites, and Reasons for Same, Charles F. Sherman, 6(1):10

Hafting Artifacts the Indian Way, William S. Fowler, 2(1):27

Hafting Atlatl Weights, William S. Fowler, 30(2):15

Hafting Stone Implements, William S. Fowler, 34(3-4):1

Hammersmith Chronology at Saugus, William S. Fowler, 16(3):41

Hawes Site: A Burial Stone Bowl Complex, Arthur C. Lord, Sr., 23(3-4):21

Heard Pond Indian Site, C. C. Ferguson, 7(1):9

Hemenway Site, M-42-42, Eastham, Massachusetts, Frederick Johnson, 3(3):27

Herrecater Swamp Site, Nantucket Island, Mass., Ripley P. Bullen and Edward Brooks, 10(4):81

Hillside Site in Truro, Massachusetts, Ross Moffett, 11(1):10

Historical Approach to Titicut, Maurice Robbins, 11(3):48

Historical Basis for Vinland, E.G. Huntington, 18(3):61

Historical Journeys of Pioneer Years, Southern New England Trails and Activities, Harral Ayres, 6(1):1

History in Review – 1964, Janet Wilder, 25(3-4):46

Hockamock Hearth Discovery, William S. Fowler, 36(3-4):28

Horne Hill Soapstone Quarry, William S. Fowler, 27(2):17

Housatonic Indians, The Aboriginal Inhabitants of Southern Berkshire County, Raymond H. Brown, 19(3):44

How Aboriginal Planters Stored Food, Howard S. Russell, 23(3-4):47

How Do You Know Where to Dig? (Editorial), William S. Fowler, 29(1):16

How Early Post-Wisconsin Man Came to New England, Joseph H. Waters, 23(2):21

How Shall I Measure?, Douglas S. Byers, 12(4):60

Hunting Fossils Produces a Cache of Blades, William S. Fowler and Jess W. Welt, 17(1):6

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I

Identification of Important Sites in the Northeast, Benjamin L. Smith, 21(3-4):52

Importance of the Connecticut Valley Territory of Western Massachusetts to the Indian, Its Resources and the Distribution of Its Commodities Throughout All of Southern New England, William J. Howes, 1(4):4

Important Burial from Plymouth, Massachusetts, Jesse Brewer, 6(1):15

In Appreciation: William S. Fowler, Maurice Robbins, 37(3-4):35

Index of Back Bulletin Issues Available for Sale, Anon, 23(3-4):51

Index to Volumes I through VIII, Anon., 8(4):61

Index: Volumes 1-17 Inclusive, Anon., 17(special):1

Index – Vol. XVIII, Anon., 18(4):80

Index – Volume 19, Anon., 19(4):68

Index – Volume 20, Anon., 20(4):68

Indian Burial at Gardner’s Neck, Maurice Robbins, 17(2):22

Indian Burial at South Dartmouth, Massachusetts, Maurice Robbins and Ripley P. Bullen, 6(3):44

Indian Burial at Warwick, Rhode Island, Maurice Robbins, 11(1):1

Indian Campsite on Cobbosecontee Stream, Gerald C. Dunn and William S. Fowler, 12(1):1

Indian Deeds on the Vineyard, Warner F. Gookin, 13(2):6

Indian Games, Leaman F. Hallett, 16(2):25

Indian Grave in Chatham, Massachusetts, Frederick Johnson, 5(2):26

Indian Medicine: Fact or Fiction?, Nicholas N. Smith, 26(1):13

Indian Place Names in New England, Myron O. Sleeper, 10(4):89

Indian Rock Shelter and Burial in Wilbraham, Massachusetts, Harold W. Mohrman, 8(1):6

Indian Rocks of Cape Cod, Howard Torrey, 14(special):17

Indian Roger Site, Arthur Petzold, 24(3-4):45

Indians in Bridgewater, Gerald C. Dunn, 3(3):31

Indian Site in Andover, Massachusetts, Ripley P. Bullen, 7(2):37

Indian Sites Near Corn Hill, Cape Cod, Ross Moffett, 14(4):113

Indian Soapstone Quarries of Western Massachusetts, William J. Howes, 5(4):49

Indians of Old Brookfield: Excerpts from History of North Brookfield by Hosiah H. Temple 1887, Mason Phelps, 9(4):80

Indians of the Cochato Valley, South Shore Chapter, 16(3):48

Indians of the Old Colony: Their Relation with and Their Contributions to the Settlement of the Area, Maurice Robbins, 17(4):59

Indian Trails and Their Importance to the Early Settlers, Leaman F. Hallett, 17(3):41

In Memoriam, Jesse Brewer 1888-1971, Maurice Robbins, 33(3-4):28

In Memoriam: Dr. Kirk Bryan, Anon., 12(1):12

In Memoriam: Ripley P. Bullen, Anon. 38(3):33

In Memoriam: Edmund Burke Delabarre, Anon., 7(2):48

In Memoriam: Karl S. Dodge, Anon., 30(2):17

In Memoriam: W. Elmer Ekblaw, Anon., 10(4):96

In Memoriam: Laurence K. Gahan, Anon., 28(1):15

Inquiry into the Contact Stage, William S. Fowler, 37(1-2):22

Instructions for the Site Survey, Ripley P. Bullen, 1(1):8

Interpretations of the Evidence, William S. Fowler, 14(3):98

Introduction to Soils, Arthur C. Lord, Jr., 23(1):14

Ipswich B.C., Douglas S. Byers, 18(3):49

Iroquoian-Mohawk Pottery (Eighth Installment), William J. Howes, 21(3-4):56

It Does Pay to be Careful, William B. Marye, 7(4):76

It Pays to be Careful, Maurice Robbins, 7(2):42

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Johnson’s Spring Site, Ripley P. Bullen, 11(2):37

Journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth (Original Narrative Reprints, #5), George B. Cheever, 4(4):57

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Kensington Stone, Erik Moltke, 13(4):33

Kingston Pot, Donald J. Viera, 23(2):32

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Land Occupied by the Nipmuck Indians of Central New England 1600-1700, Dennis A. Connole, 38(1-2):14

Late Excavations at the Holden Site, Truro, Mass., Ross Moffett, 12(4):47

Late Woodland Burial on Martha’s Vineyard, Bernard H. Stockley, 31(1-2):30

Latten Spoons from the Old Colony, Percy E. Raymond, 11(1):6

Leaf Knife Complex, William S. Fowler, 26(1):10

Letters to the Editor, Anon., 2(2):30

Letters to the Editor, Anon., 2(3):12

Letters to the Editor, Anon., 2(4):14

Lithic Analysis of a Mudstone / “Argillite” Workshop: The Wills Hill Site, Alan Strauss, 38(1-2):22

Locally Available Stone: First Choice for Artifact Manufacture, Charles F. Walcott, 15(2):37

Locust Spring Site: Its Occupational Activities, William S. Fowler, 24(1):6

Lone Pine Site: A Culture in Transition, Constantine Zariphes, Jr., 32(1-2):12

Long Cove: A Maine Shell Deposit Site, Walter G. Bruce, 27(1):8

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Magic Stones and Shamans, William S. Fowler, 36(3-4):10

Maine Archaic Complex, William S. Fowler, 33(3-4):10

Maine Coast Pottery (Seventh Installment), William J. Howes, 21(3-4):54

Making Mockery of Archaeology, Arthur C. Parker, 1(3):3

Making of Wing Atlatl Weights, William S. Fowler, 36(1-2):19

Man in Northeastern North America (Book Review), W. Elmer Ekblaw, 8(4):60

Mansion Inn Site – Wayland, J. Alfred Mansfield, 23(1):1

Manzanita Island Ceramic Pot Recovery, Elizabeth Knap Farmer, 36(1-2):11

Mary Rowlandson and Indian Behavior, William S. Fowler, 35(3-4):25

Massachusetts Fluted Points, William S. Fowler, 16(1):2

Massasoit Chapter, Charles F. Sherman, 10(3):61

Massasoit’s Domain: Is “Wampanoag” the Correct Designation?, Warner F. Gookin, 20(1):12

Materials Used For Chipped Implements, Ross Moffett, 5(3):42

Matters Disclosed by Erosion at Ryder Beach Site, Ross Moffett, 14(2):69

Meaning of Membership, Eugene Winter, 21(1):15

Medicine and Pharmacy of the New England Indians, Leaman F. Hallett. 17(3):46

Meeting of the Eastern States Archaeological Society, Anon., 1(2):7

Membership: January 1, 1941, Edward Brooks, 2(2):6

Membership List, Anon., 4(2):30

Membership List: April 1945, Anon., 6(3):46

Membership List, Anon., 8(1):12

Membership List, Anon., 10(3):76

Membership List, Anon., 18(2):37

Message from the President, Benjamin L. Smith, 10(3):49

Message from the President, A. Walter A. Vossberg, 18(2):25

Metal Cutouts of the Northeast, William S. Fowler, 34(3-4):24

Methods of Excavating and Recording (Editorial), William S. Fowler, 24(3-4):68

Methods of Translating Indian Place Names, Laurence K. Gahan, 21(3-4):46

Metsoo’onk (Experience Mayhew’s Word for Victuals), Warner F. Gookin, 12(4):58

Micah Rafe – Indian Man of Lower Cape Cod, W. Sears Nickerson, 22(2):17

Midwestern Taxonomic Method and Its Application to an Eastern Massachusetts Group, Benjamin L. Smith, 2(1):1

Mill River: An Archaic Upland Site, Stanley M. Roop, 24(2):21

Mooring Hole Problem in Long Island Sound, Bernard W. Powell, 19(2):31

Motifs of Ceramic Design in Massachusetts: A Proposed Plan of Research, William F. Fowler, 6(4):64

Movement of Prehistoric Peoples in the Northeast, William S. Fowler, 22(3-4):62

Moving Indian Rock, Edison P. Lohr, 30(3-4):28

M’teoulin and Two Versions of a Passamaquoddy Legend, Isaac W. Kingsbury, 17(1):1

Mt. Jasper Lithic Source Area, Richard Michael Gramly, 38(3):48

Museum Displays, William S. Fowler, 14(3):92

Mysterious Grain, Mary Elting and Michael Folsom, (Book Review), Anon., 30(1):17

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Nation-Wide Atlatl Weight Survey, A. Guy Graybill, 35(3-4):8

Neck Creek Shell Heap, Ipswich, Mass., Ripley P. Bullen and J. Frederick Burtt, 9(1):4

New Challenge for Massachusetts Archaeology, John Rosser, 38(1-2):1

New Discoveries at Swan Hold, William S. Fowler, 37(3-4):49

New England Agriculture from Champlain and Others, Howard S. Russell, 31(1-2):11

New England Ceramic Pipes (Ninth and Final Installment), William J. Howes, 22(1):1

New England Indian Agriculture, Howard, S. Russell, 22(3-4):58

New England Tomahawks, William S. Fowler, 31(3-4):10

New England’s Prospect (Original Narrative Reprint, #6), William Wood, 8(2):17

New English Canaan, The (Original Narrative Reprints, #7), Thomas Morton, 9(1):9

New Members, Anon., 12(1):11

News of the Chapters, Leaman F. Hallett, 1(3):7

Nipmuck and Their Territory, Laurence K. Gahan, 2(4):2

Nipmuck Chapter, W. Elmer Ekblaw, 10(3):54

Northeastern Chapter, Albert H. Woodward, 10(3):60

North Hill Marsh: A Closed Ceramic Site, Donald G. Scothorne, 26(1):1

Norwottuck Complex, William S. Fowler, 6(4):58

Notable Upper Cape Cod Surface Recoveries, William S. Fowler, 28(1):1

Note on the Hassanamisco Band of Nipmuc, Frank G. Speck, 1(4):49

Note on The Pre-Iroquoian Occupation of New York State, by William Augustus Ritchie, Ripley P. Bullen, 5(3):48

Notes on Pitted Stones and Description of a Twin-Pitted Form, Donald G. Merrill, 13(3)19

Notes on Pre-historic Relics from Three Beverly Graves, Ripley P. Bullen, 8(2):22

Notes on the Archaeology of Long Island, Carlyle S. Smith, 5(4):56

Notes on the Environment of New England, Douglas S. Byers, 8(2):29

Notes on Small’s Swamp Shell Heap, Truro, Mass., Ross Moffett, 21(1):1

Nova Scotia Project, Frederick J. Pohl, 20(3):39

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Oakholm Site: A Preliminary Report, Karl S. Dodge, 28(2):24

Oak Island Site: The Archaic Defined, Donald G. Scothorne, 29(3-4):37

Oaklawn Quarry: Stone Bowl and Pipe Making, William S. Fowler, 29(1):1

Oaklawn Soapstone Quarry, Gerald C. Dunn, 6(4):49

Obed Heights Rock Shelter, Richard Q. Bourn, Jr., 33(3-4):16

Observations on a Group of Shell Heaps on Cape Cod, Ethel Boissevain, 5(1):6

Observations on the History of Eastern Algonkian Linguistics, Nicholas N. Smith, 28(1):4

Occurence of Oceanic Artifacts in Local Indian Collections, Ernest S. Dodge, 13(4):38

October Meeting, Edward Brooks, 1(2):5

Old Agawam Path, Adrian P. Whiting, 7(3):62

Old Sagamore: Mattaquason of Monomoyick, W. Sears Nickerson, 19(4):53

Once in a Life Time, William S. Fowler and Francis Hutchins, 17(1):13

One Piece Bone Fishhook-Making, Constantine Zariphes, Jr., 33(1-2):20

Organizational Chart of the MAS, Anon., 11(1):16

Osseous Find at Follins Pond, Bernard W. Powell, 18(2):32

Otstungo Effigy Ceramic Pipes, William S. Fowler, 35(1-2):28

Our Nantucket Project, Edward Brooks, 1(1):12

Our Survey, Maurice Robbins, 1(1):7

Oval Scraper Complex, William S. Fowler, 10(3):73

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Paleo-Indian in the Northeast, William A. Ritchie, 19(2):21

Parallel Stem Point Comparison, William S. Fowler, 30(3-4):24

Partial Reply to Fowler’s “Comments on Culture Growth and Change in Eastern Massachusetts”, Ripley, P. Bullen, 14(2):74

Patackosi (A Poem), Adrian P, Whiting, 18(4):78

Peaked Hill Site, Ross Moffett, 7(3):53

Pebble Beach Workshops of the South Shore, Gudrun B. Howe, and Henry F. Howe, 8(3):44

Pebble-Made Projectile Points, Richard Q. Bourn, Jr., 28(1):14

Peculiar Implement from Connecticut, Donald G. Merrill, 12(4):62

Pilgrims as Archaeologists, Warner F. Gookin, 11(2):19

Pipes and Rare Products of the Stone Bowl Industry, William S. Fowler, 13(1):13

Pipe Stem Theory, William S. Fowler, 4(3):39

Pits at the Nook Farm Camp Site, W. W. Whiting and Jesse Brewer, 7(2):43

Plattsburg Pot from New York State, Karl S. Dodge, 24(2):34

Point Peninsula Site, Manitoulin Island, Lake Huron, Thomas E. Lee, 26(2):19

Polynesian Adze from Martha’s Vineyard, Howard R. Sargent, 12(3):27

Ponkapoag Site: M-35-7, Robert A. Martin, 38(3):53

Porpoise Effigy, Maurice Robbins, 24(3-4):49

Portable Structures and Winter Archaeology, Billie Hoornbeek and Charles B. Bolian, 38(1-2):20

Possible Explanation of “Fire-Beds” or Hearths, Douglas S. Byers, 5(4):64

Possible Paleo-Indian Migration Routes in the Northeast: A Geological Approach, Harold W. Borns, Jr., 34(1-2):13

Possible Red Paint Grave from Martha’s Vineyard, James A. Tuck, 33(3-4):32

Pot Boiling with Red-Hot Stones, Howard S. Russell, 24(3-4):58

Pot from Nook Farm Camp Site, Plymouth, Mass., W. W. Whiting, 10(2):44

Pottery Analysis, William S. Fowler, 36(1-2):25

Pottery Restoration Described, William S. Fowler, 30(3-4):29

Pottery Size Scale, William J. Howes, 21(3-4):61

Pottery Traits of the Plymouth District, Charles F. Sherman, 8(2):27

Pottery Types from Hampden County, Massachusetts, Edward Brooks, 7(4):78

Pottery Types of Central New England, William S. Fowler, 12(3):38

Prehistoric Hunters of Newfoundland-Labrador and Their Relationship to New England Archaeology, Elmer Harp, Jr., 18(4):65

Pre-Historic Relics from Beverly, John Robinson, 8(2):22

The Pre-Iroquoian Occupations of New York State by William A. Ritchie (Book Review), Ripley P. Bullen, 5(4):60

Preliminary Bibliography of the Archaeology of the New England Indians, Bibliography Committee, 3(1):1

Preliminary Report of Field Activities at Fort Hill, Karl S. Dodge, 14(2):79

Preliminary Report of the Concord River at Billerica, Mass., Walter A. Vossberg and J. Alfred Mansfield, 16(2):20

Preliminary Report of the Powers Shell Heap in Kingston, Massachusetts, Charles F. Sherman, 9(4):75

Preliminary Report on the Curvature of Pottery, Melvin V. Landon, 24(3-4):64

Preliminary Report on the Lagoon Pond Site, E.G. Huntington, 18(3):59

Preliminary Report on the Nunkatusset Site, Roland E. Engstrom, 13(1):5

Preliminary Report on the Ragged Mountain Site, William A. Fowler, 10(2):36

Preliminary Report on the Second Season’s Work at Site M-52-3, Nantucket Island, Edward Brooks, 2(2):15

Premonition Spirits Among the Wabanaki, Nicholas N. Smith, 15(3):52

Primitive Woodworking in the Connecticut Valley, William S. Fowler, 7(4):72

Probable Fake Pre-Columbian Marker, Bernard W. Powell, 28(1):10

Problematical Thin Shell Stone Tubes, William J. Howes, 3(2):11

Procurement and Use of Bark, William S. Fowler, 37(1-2):15

Progress Report on Site M-52-3, Nantucket, Mass., Edward Brooks, 3(3):34

Project Committee Report, Benjamin L. Smith, 1(3):6

Projectile Imports: How to Recognize Them, William S. Fowler, 34(1-2):16

Projectile Points and Their Cultural Significance, William S. Fowler, 23(1):5

Prologue to New England by Henry F. Howe (Book Review), Maurice Robbins, 4(4):64

Proposed Artifact Classification, William S. Fowler, 15(1):9

Proposed Drill Classification, Ripley P. Bullen, 4(3):48

Proposed Massachusetts Projectile Point Classification, Ripley P. Bullen, 4(3):45

Proposed Method of Dating Tool Marks in Stone, Melvin V. Landon, 16(2):38

Purcell Site: Evidence of a Massacre on Cape Cod, Frank Schambach and Howard L. Bailet, 35(3-4):18

Purpose of Excavating (Editorial), William S. Fowler, 31(3-4):32

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Radiocarbon Dates from Bull Brook, Douglas S. Byers, 20(3):33

Radiocarbon Dating: a Brief Appraisal, Frederick Johnson, 18(2):26

Ragged Mountain Shelter Quarry, William S. Fowler, 32(3-4):9

Rare Copper Ax from the Powers Shell Heap, Charles F. Sherman, 21(2):17

Rare Pipe Discovery, William S. Fowler, 37(3-4):42

Rare Stone Pipe from Rhode Island, William S. Fowler, 32(1-2):23

Rattlesnake Rock Shelter, William S. Fowler, 24(1):1

Recent Boats Site Early Archaic Recoveries, William S. Fowler, 31(3-4):29

Recent World-Wide Sea Level Changes, Rhodes W. Fairbridge, 21(3-4)49

Recommended Methods for Excavating a Site, William S. Fowler, 33(1-2):29

Recovery of a Double-Bitted Grooved Gouge, Constantine Zariphes, Jr., 34(3-4):23

Recovery of a Finely Decorated Pipe, Constantine Zariphes, Jr., 35(3-4):23

Recovery of an Ax or Mace in Its Original Haft, Maurice Robbins, 21(3-4):62

Redetermination of the Half-Life of Carbon 14, William B. Brierly, 28(1):17

Red Paint Cremations at Cemetery Point, Guy Mellgren, 20(3):47

“Red Paint Tombs” in Maine, Douglas S. Byers, 15(1):1

Reflections upon the Geographical Changes in the Coast Line About Marion Harbor, Ernest Clarke, 4(2):24

Reflections upon the Past and Present of the Massachusetts Indians, Frank G. Speck, 4(3):33

Remarkable Slate Blade from Concord, Mass., Benjamin L. Smith, 9(1):2

Report of a Lodge Floor, Rochester Site – Test 4, Walter Thomas, Jr., 21(2):25

Report of Annual Meeting, Anon., 21(2):32

Report of the Culture Sequence Committee, Ross Moffett, 13(3):15

Report of the Project Committee, Benjamin L. Smith, 1(1):3

Report of the Site Survey to February, 1941, Ripley P. Bullen, 2(3):1

Report of the Southern Group of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society, Maurice Robbins, 1(2):9

Report on a Fresh Water Shell Heap at Concord, Massachusetts, Benjamin L. Smith, 1(3):14

Report on Stone Ring at Lenox, Mass., Benjamin L. Smith, 2(1):33

Reports from the Committees, Ripley, P. Bullen, 1(3):5

Research Council Report on the Follins Pond Investigation, Benjamin L. Smith, 14(2):83

Restoring Artifacts, William S. Fowler, 34(1-2):29

Results of Thorough Excavation and Careful Study, Arthur M. Hofmann, 1(4):23

Review of Cape Cod Archaeology, Ross Moffett, 19(1):1

Review of Dugout-Making, William S. Fowler, 37(1-2):1

Rewards for Persistent Hunting, William S. Fowler, 32(1-2)29

Rhode Island Prehistory at the Green Point Site, William S. Fowler, 15(4):65

Riddle of the Stone Beehives, Frederick J. Pohl, 25(3-4):72

Rocks and the Archaeologist, Arthur C. Lord, Jr., 20(1):8

Rock Shelter at Bourne, Massachusetts, Jesse Brewer, 9(1):15

Rock Shelter at the Stony Point Battle Field Site, A. Edward J. Kaeser, 22(3-4):56

Rock Shelter near Worcester, Ripley P. Bullen, 10(1):16

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Sabatia Plain Site No.1, George H. Barton, 32(3-4):28

Sailors’ Narratives of Voyages Along the New England Coast 1524-1624 (Original Narrative Reprint #1), Giovanni da Verrazano, 1(3):30

Sand Bank Burials, Jesse Brewer, 17(2):17

Savich Farm Site: A Preliminary Report, R. A. Regensburg, 32(1-2):20

Scrapers: A Proposed Functional Classification, William S. Fowler, 2(2):20

Seaver Farm Cremation Burials, William B. Taylor, 33(3-4):1

Seaver Farm Red Paint Burials, William B. Taylor, 31(3-4):1

Seaver Farm Salvage Excavation, William B. Taylor, 34(1-2):24

Seaver Farm Site, Karl S. Dodge. 23(3-4):24

Secondary Cremation Burial No.2, The Hawes Site, Maurice Robbins. 24(2):30

Seman Site: A New York State Excavation, Philip W. Johannesson and Arthur C. Glamm, Jr., 26(3-4):44

Sharpening Stones, William S. Fowler, 37(1-2):28

Shell Heaps on Sandy Neck, Barnstable, Mass., Ripley P. Bullen and Edward Brooks, 10(1):7

Ship’s Shoring at Follins Pond, Frederick Pohl, 16(3):53

Significance of Movement Among the Polar Eskimo, W. Elmer Ekblaw, 10(1):1

Significance of Wear on Chipped Implements, Charles F. Walcott, 27(1):12

Significant Ceramic Pipe Recoveries, William S. Fowler, 26(3-4):49

Significant Find, William S. Fowler and Jess W. Welt, 17(1):9

Significant Plummet Recoveries, William S. Fowler, 36(3-4):31

Site Characteristics in the Concord River Valley, Benjamin L. Smith, 5(3):37

Sitting Bull: The Patriot, William S. Fowler, 34(3-4):30

Six Specialized Knives, E.G. Huntington, 17(1):15

Small Stem Points of the Northeast, Richard Q. Bourn, Jr., 32(1-2):25

Smith Brook Site, Richard Q. Bourn, Jr., 29(3-4):60

Smoking Habits of the Wabanaki, Nicholas N. Smith, 18(4):76

Soapstone Bowl Making as Practiced at the Westfield Quarry, William S. Fowler, 4(3):42

Some Aboriginal Stone Works in New England, William S. Fowler, 33(3-4):18

Some Aspects of the Use of Red Ochre in Prehistoric Burials, Benjamin L. Smith, 11(2):22

Some Comments on the Mooring Hole Problem, Ripley P. Bullen, 19(3):50

Some Connecticut Burials, Bernard W. Powell, 23(2):26

Some Early House Floors, Maurice Robbins, 32(1-2):1

Some Evidence of the Use of Red Ochre into Historic Times, Maurice Robbins, 17(2):18

Some Indian Burials from Southeastern Massachusetts (Part I), Maurice Robbins, 20(2):17

Some Indian Burials from Southeastern Massachusetts. Part 2 – the Wapanucket Burials, Maurice Robbins, 20(4):61

Some Notes on the Winslow Site, Ripley P. Bullen, 13(1):10

Some Samples of Red Ochre, Ross Moffett, 15(3):58

Some Shell Heaps in Truro, Massachusetts, Ross Moffett, 7(2):17

Some Sources of New England Flints, William S. Fowler, 32(3-4):23

Some Stone Drilling Techniques, Douglas S. Byers, 19(3):51

Some Thoughts on the Historic Art of the Indians of Northeastern North America, Ernest S. Dodge, 13(1):1

Some Unusual Artifacts from Ram Pasture I, Nantucket, Mass., Bernard H. Stockley, 25(3-4):70

Some Uses of Birch Bark in Northern New England, Eva L. Butler and Wendell S. Hadlock, 18(4):72

Sources of New England History Prior to 1620, Henry F. Howe, 3(2):19

South Bay Quartzite Quarry, Raymond Lemire, 36(3-4):17

South Swansea Burials, Mason M. Phelps, 8(3):33

Spectrographic Analysis of Some New England Steatite, Ripley P. Bullen and David H. Howell, 4(4):62

Standardized System for the Classification and Description of Stone Implements from New England. Part A – Projectile Points, Frederick P. Orchard, 2(3):10

Statement of the Organization and Aims of the Eastern States Archaeological Federation, Cornelius Osgood, 1(3):11

Status of Colonial Archaeology in Massachusetts in 1941, Henry Hornblower II, 4(3):41

Steatite Vessel and Other Artifacts from a Hilltop Cache in Truro, Massachusetts, Ross Moffett, 8(4):52

Steatite Vessel from Nantucket, Edward S. Roy, 17(3):51

Stickney Site, Ballardvale, Massachusetts, Ripley P. Bullen and Arthur M. Hofmann, 5(2):20

Stone Bowl Industry, Its Importance as a Culture Diagnostic, William S. Fowler, 17(4):74

Stone Bowl-Making at the Westfield Quarry, William S. Fowler, 30(1):6

Stone Bowls on Cape Cod, L. Richard Fulcher, 36(1-2):30

Stone Importation in Prehistoric Massachusetts, William S. Fowler, 11(2):29

Stone Knife from Salem Willows, Ernest S. Dodge, 7(1):16

Stone Pavement at Andover, Massachusetts, Arthur M. Hofmann, 3(2):25

Stone Pipe from Plymouth, William S, Fowler, 30(3-4):26

Stones of Stone Age New England, Leo D. Otis, 11(2):45

Stone Working: Fracturing or Chipping, Charles R. McGimsey, III, 24(3-4):60

Strange Deposit of Spearpoints, Arthur M. Hofmann, 5(1):11

Study of Cordage and Rolled Copper Beads, Burial #6, Titicut Site, Britta D. Jeppson, 25(2):37

Study of Projectile Points, William S. Fowler, 35(3-4):1

Study of the Long Island Indian Problem, Chief Red Thunder Cloud (Carlos A. H. Westez), 5(2):17

Styles of Pottery in Connecticut, Irving Rouse, 7(1):1

Suggested Classification of Atlatl Weights, William S. Fowler, 17(2):25

Suggestions of Stratigraphy in Eastern Massachusetts, Ripley P. Bullen, 7(3):54

Summary of a Cultural Area; Long Island, New York, Walter A. Vossberg, 13(2):10

Survival of the Norse Runes into Modern Times, Arthur George Smith, 21(2):22

Survival of the Red Paint Complex in Maine, Nicholas N. Smith, 17(1):4

Suwannee Point Finds in Florida, Jesse Brewer, 26(2):17

Swan Hold Site, William S. Fowler, 13(2):1

Sweat Houses in the Southern New England Area, Eva L. Butler, 7(1):11

Sweet-Meadow Brook: A Pottery Site in Rhode Island, William S. Fowler, 18(1):1

Sweet’s Knoll, Maurice Robbins, Arthur Staples and Arnold Staples, 16(4):61

System for Site Identification, Anon., 1(1):11

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Tangible and Intangible Evidence, William S. Fowler, 35(1-2):31

Taxonomic Approach Redefined, Douglas S. Byers, 2(2):21

Technical Illustration Applied to Archaeology, Jean-Jacques Rivard, 25(2):44

Three Burials at the Hughes Site, Nantucket, Mass., Ripley P. Bullen and Edward Brooks, 10(1):14

Three Contact Burials from Eastern Massachusetts, Wendell S. Hadlock, 10(3):63

Three Iroquois Pots from New Jersey, William S. Fowler, 27(2):30

Three Pembroke Burial Knives, William S. Fowler, 37(1-2):12

Thumb Nail Sketch of King Philip’s War, A; Excerpts from a book in preparation, Henry F. Howe, 9(4):76

Tillite Bluff Site: A Preliminary Report, William F. Bowman and Gerald D. Zeoli, 35(1-2):24

Titicut Child of the Earth, Estelle Mason, 33(1-2):10

Titicut Indian Burials – A Soliloquy, Mason M. Phelps, 11(2):21

Titicut Site, Maurice Robbins, 28(3-4):33

Tomahawks of Central New England, William S. Fowler, 12(3):29

To the Members of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society, Maurice Robbins, 1(1):2

Toward a Chronology for Massachusetts, Benjamin L. Smith, 7(3):49

Trade Tomahawks, William S. Fowler, 13(3)23

Trading Center for Local Products Found on the Hoccanum Road in the Town of Hadley, Massachusetts, William J. Howes, 3(4):58

Trail of the Indian, Chauncey C. Ferguson, 13(1):11

Traprock: Almost Ready-Made for the Tools of the Connecticut Valley Indians, Leo D. Otis, 9(1):1

Triangular Hoes of the Northeast and Their Diffusion, William S. Fowler, 9(4):83

Twin Rivers: Four-Culture Sequence at a Rhode Island Site, William S. Fowler, 14(1):1

Two Barnstable Pots, George K. Johnson, 23(3-4):45

Two Burials at Tiverton, Rhode Island, Adelaid K. Bullen and Ripley P. Bullen, 8(1):5

Two Burials on the Slocum River, Douglas S. Byers, 16(4):77

Two Duxbury Pots, William S. Fowler, 26(2):30

Two Indian Burials in North Middleboro, William S. Fowler, 35(3-4):14

Two Letters to the Editor Concerning the Boundaries of the Nipmucks, Harry Andrew Wright, 2(4):14

Two Sites in Southern New England, Douglas S. Byers, 20(1):1

Tyngsboro Pot, Edward J. Bielski, 23(2):34

Typology of the Heard Pond Site, William S. Fowler, 11(3):74

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Ulu Recovery at Swan Hold, William S. Fowler, 31(1-2):27

Unique Artifact from Cape Cod, Maurice Robbins, 37(3-4):45

Unique Artifact from Raynham, Mass., Maurice Robbins, 38(1-2):12

Unique Artifacts from Maine, George H. Barton, 24(2):25

Unique Find, Walter E. Franke, 11(2):17

Unusual Burial at Plymouth, Charles F. Sherman, 12(3):37

Unusual Indian Harpoon from Truro, Ross Moffett, 30(3-4):22

Unusual Pestle Find, William S. Fowler, 31(1-2):26

Unusual Pottery Jar from East Milton, Edmund S. Carpenter, 4(3):39

Unusual Stone Blade from Wellfleet, Massachusetts, Howard Torrey, 7(4):70

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Vandals with Ph.D.’s, Floyd Painter, 37(1-2):33

Vinland Voyage – 1941, Douglas S. Byers, 3:(4):52

Voyage of Martin Pring, 1603 (Original Narrative Reprint #3), Martin Pring, 2(1):23

Voyages of Bartholomew Gosnold, 1602 (Original Narrative Reprint #2), John Brereton, 1(4):11

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Wabanaki Dances, Nicholas N. Smith, 16(2):29

Wabanaki Uses of Greases and Oils, Nicholas N. Smith, 21(2):19

Warren King Moorehead Chapter, Florence M. Tufts, 10(3):53

Washakumaug Site, Robert W. Carlson, 25(2):29

Was the Guida Site the Center of Ceramic Influence? (Editorial), William S. Fowler, 23(1):20

West Brookfield Indian Burial, C. C. Ferguson, 9(1):16

Westford Indian Rock, William S. Fowler, 21(2):21

Whaletail Atlatl Weight, William S. Fowler, 35(1-2):14

What Is It?, William S. Fowler, 38(1-2):30

Who Were the Builders? (Editorial), William S. Fowler, 32(1-2):31

Why Use the Metric System of Measurements for Archaeological Purposes?, William J. Howes, 6(3):42

Wilbraham Stone Bowl Quarry, William S. Fowler, 30(3-4):9

Wing Atlatl Weight Find, Karl S. Dodge, 27(2): 28

Winslow’s Reports of the Indians, Charles F. Sherman (selected by), 3(4):43

Winslow’s Reports of the Indians (concluded), Charles F. Sherman, 4(1):15

Woodworking: An Important Industry, William S. Fowler, 23(3-4):29

Work Shop at Lake Tacoma, Gerald C, Dunn, 15(3):57

Workshop Logic, Jesse Brewer, 1(4):21

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