BULLETIN
OF THE
ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF CONNECTICUT
Volume 66     (2004)
Volume 65     (2003)
Volume 64     (2002)
Volume 63     (2001)
Volume 62     (1999)
Volume 61     (1998)
Volume 60     (1997)
Volume 59     (1996)
Volume 58     (1996)

Major articles and/or topics are highlighted for earlier volumes.

36...1970 Eckhart site; Waldron cache; Ecological Interpretations in Archaeology. 36pp.
38...1973 Hopkins site (Paleo-Woodland); Kirby Brook site (Archaic, Transitional). 90pp.
39...1975 Ceramic Sherds from Charles River; CT Sylvan Lake Complex; Hansel  Site. 48pp.
40...1977 Hammonassett Beach site; Rizzo site; Index to Volumes 1 - 39. 64pp.
41...1978 Ancient inscriptions in Western CT (Lenik); 18th C. Ebenezer Grosvenor
                Homestead site (Baker). 83pp.
42...1980 New Haven Harbor area from settlement to 20th century (Sharp), Search for Old
                Tunxis Village (Feder); Rockrimmon Rockshelter Wiegand); Van Wilgen site, North
                Branford  (Russell); Tokeneke Survey (Angstadt, etal). 44pp.
49...1986 Tamarack Site (Vargo and Vargo); Dill Farm (E. Archaic) Site (Pfeiffer); Human
                Osteology (Bellantoni, etal); Sea Level Rise and Site Submergence (McWeeney);
                Experimental Pottery Making (Tidwell, etal); Rhode Island Prehistoric Ceramic
                inventory (Dowd). 86pp.
50...1987 Paleoecological Relationships in Late Pleistocene/Holocene in New England
               (Parker); Stone Walls, Stone Lines, and Supposed Indian  graves (Moeller);
               Southwestern CT Prehistoric Ceramics (Wiegand); Woodruff Rockshelter Faunal
               Analysis (Swigart). 77pp.
51...1988 Morgan site: The Beginning (Cooke); Morgan Site, Rocky Hill, CT: Late Woodland
                Farming Community (Lavin); Rock Shelter #14 (Marin); Kent Sugar Loaf Hill site,
                Kent, CT (Thompson); Nantucket: Archaeological Record from Far Island (Pretola,
                Little); Archaeological and environmental investigations on Fishers Is, NY (Funk,
                Pfeiffer); Orient Fishtail Points (Fiedel). 125pp.
52...1989 Adena Related Burials: Glastonbury, Connecticut (Cooke); The Susquehanna
                Horizon as Seen From the Summit of Rye Hill (6LF100), Woodbury, Connecticut
                (Thompson); Radiometric Dates From Two Cremation Burial Sites in Southern New
                England (Pfeiffer, Stuckenrath); Dry Bone Cremations from Five Sites in New
                England (Ziac, Pfeiffer); An Investigation into the Ancient Burial Ground at Crescent
                Beach, Niantic, Connecticut (Pfeiffer, Malcarne); Public Act No. 89-368; ASC
                constitution. 87pp.
53...1990 Data From Shells: Theory in Search of a Method (Abraham); Saving Endangered
                Sites in Southern New England: Public Archaeology at Lambert Farm, Warwick,
                Rhode Island (Kerber); Archaeology: A Tool  for the Recovery of Data for Local
                History (Rivers); An Outline of the Aboriginal Archaeology of Shelter Island, New
                York (Witek); Terminal Archaic 'Living Areas' in the Connecticut River Valley
                (Pagoulatos); Aboriginal Weirs in Southern New England (Banks); The Point of the
                Matter (Tottenham). 89pp.
54...1991 The Excavation of a Human Burial Along the Thames River, Southeastern CT (Juli,
                Kelley); Two Prehistoric Human Skeletal Remains from the Morgan Site, Rocky Hill,
                Connecticut (Bellantoni);   Retrospective on Respect (Baxter); The Persistence of
                Memory: Neville and Stark Points in Southern New England (Hoffman); A Deer
                Antler Pipe from Eastern CT (Parkos); The Salmon River Rock Shelter (Gudrian);
                The Functional Uses of Eastern CT Quartzite (Pagoulatos); The M.R. Site, A
                Preliminary Report (Parkos); Plant Macrofossil Identification As A Method Toward
                Archaeo-Environmental Reconstructions (McWeeney). 97pp.
55...1992 The Cyrus Sherwood Bradley Collection: A Preliminary Study of the Prehistoric
                Native American Presence in Fairfield, CT (Strazdins); Southington Rock Shelters
                (Gudrian); Unidentified Artifact from the Salmon River in Eastern CT (Parkos);
                Aboriginal Pottery from the Indian Ridge Site, New Milford, CT (Lavin, Miroff);
                Heating Duration and Thermally Altered Stone (Pagoulatos); The Maintenance of
                Eastern CT Quartzite Tools: An Experimental Study (Pagoulatos); Connecticut
                Historical and Industrial Archaeology Bibliography (Gradie and Poirier); Pot Hunting,
                Looting, and the Indian Ledge Site (Cruson, Hoag). 91pp.
56...1993 Yale College in the 19th Century: An Archaeological Perspective (Brody); An
                Amateur's Comparison of Indian Artifacts Between and Western and South Central
                CT (Miller); Guide for the Avocational Archaeologist, Part I: The Dig (Gudrian); A
                Mysterious Polished and Perforated Artifact from Fairhaven (Lavin); The
                Manufacture of  Eastern CT Quartzite Tools: An Experimental Study (Pagoulatos);
                Prehistoric Pottery from the Morgan Site, Rocky Hill, CT (Lavin, Gudrian, Miroff);
                Hopeville Pond: Archaeological Evidence of a Middle Woodland Jack's Reef
                Component in Eastern CT (Pfeiffer). 115pp.
57...1994 Reducing the Effects of Heavy Equipment Compaction on Buried Archaeological
                Sites (Ardito); The Archaeological Rescue of the Spencer Site in Westbrook, CT
                (Pfeiffer); Prehistoric Pottery Assemblages from Southern Connecticut: A Fresh
                Look at Ceramic Classification in Southern New England (Lavin, Kra); More News
                on Ground and Edge-Perforated Artifacts (Lavin); A Note on Polished and
                Perforated Artifacts from Connecticut (Russell); A Comment on Edge-Perforated
                Artifacts (Bello); Edge-Perforated Artifacts: Additional Sources for Information
                (Bello); An Edge-Perforated Sinewstone from Hamilton Township, Mercer County,
                New Jersey (Bello). 61pp.

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