420 8-13-18 UPDATE NOTE: Im still here-----The old computer software became non-supported during the last three years. Thats why there hasnt been any new articles. So, Ive begun the daunting task of rebuilding this 18-year-old and 1600 file web site. A computer science professor and a computer engineer are working to bring it back to life. Changes to the hardware, software, transforming HTM code to HTML code, and relearning all new software will take some time. I cant say for sure when, (or even if) all the items on this list will be completed, but well see. Yup, thats me somewhere in Vietnam in 1968. Pete Bostrom
418 5-31-15 DOUBLE-NOTCHED CAHOKIA "GEM" POINT, (Cast), This Cahokia point was found by Perry Parker in 1939. Its believed to be one of the finest examples of a double-notched Cahokia gem point ever found.
268 3-31-08 A SMALL NEGATIVE PAINTED CUP, Found on or near the Cahokia Mounds site. The only complete negative painted ceramic vessel reported from the area. Edge of the cup measures less than 1 mm thick.
266 2-29-08 DALTON TOOLS, Olive Branch site, Alexander County, Illinois. Examples of end-scrapers, side-scrapers, denticulates, gravers, awls, drills, abraders, anvil stones and hammer stones.
264 1-31-08 DUCK RIVER CACHE, Humphreys County Tennessee. Forty-six "ceremonial" bifaces discovered by farm laborers in 1894 in a cultivated field. One "sword" measures 28 inches (71.1 cm) long.
261 12-31-07 EASTERN STYLE "THIN" LONG FLUTED POINT, (Cast), This fluted point was found several years ago in Otsego County, New York by Howard Arndt. Good example of thin long fluted point from eastern U.S.
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