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Newsletter of the Iowa Archeological Society, Volume 59, Numbers 3 and 4, Issues 211 and 212, Fall and Winter 2009

  • Newsletter of the Iowa Archeological Society, Volume 59, Numbers 3 and 4, Issues 211 and 212, Fall and Winter 2009

    Newsletter

    Newsletter of the Iowa Archeological Society, Volume 59, Numbers 3 and 4, Issues 211 and 212, Fall and Winter 2009

Abstract

Editor for this issue: Bill Whittaker.

Contents.

  • What's the Point?
  • Daniel G. Horgen
  • Project Archaeology: Online Professional Development Opportunity, by Jeanne M. Moe
  • News from OSA's Geospatial Program, by Colleen R. Eck, John M. Hall, Melanie A. Riley
  • OSA Submits Nominations to the National Register, by Carl A. Merry
  • Summer Teacher Institute, Exploring the Past: Archaeology in the Upper Mississippi River Valley, by Bonnie L. Janck
  • Support History through the Arts, by Maureen Korte
  • Metal Projectile Points, by John F. Doershuk
  • Sloth On! The Diary of an Ice-age Giant Ground Sloth Excavation, by Meghann Mahoney, Holmes A. Semken, Jr., David Brenzel, Sarah E. Horgen
  • LiDAR: A 21st Century Technology Shedding Light on Iowa Prehistory, by Melanie A. Riley
  • Garrison Graves at Old Fort Madison, by John F. Hansman
  • Review of The Indians of Iowa, by Lance M. Foster, by Gail Barels
  • A Prehistoric Face Emerges, by Jean M. Dowiasch

How to Cite:

(2009) “Newsletter of the Iowa Archeological Society, Volume 59, Numbers 3 and 4, Issues 211 and 212, Fall and Winter 2009”, Newsletter of the Iowa Archeological Society 2009(1), 12 pages.

Rights: Copyright © 2009 Iowa Archaeological Society

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01 Sep 2009