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    Bibliographies for Anthropological Research
    Tennessee Archaeology Net
    Bibliographies for Archaeological Research - Tennessee Archaeology Net
    MTSU American Indian Festival
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    Festival and Powwow in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. American Indian Scholarship Support Program ~ Annual Fund-Raising Festival.
    Projectile Point Types ~ Neverending Draft Bibliography
    Exhasutively wonderful! This bibliography began with an internet message from Hugh Jarvis to the Arch-L list in the summer of 1994 with about a dozen references, and I became compulsive. These references include some from the "grey market"... (i.e. tend to have prices listed but also can be good for type coverage). The collectors books with prices are also valuable aids for the archaeologist prosecuting an ARPA case in establishing commercial value. In order to provide some contextual framework, references are included which focus on: breakage, dating, descriptive systems, fluting, form, function, hafting, measurements, notching, and reshaping. This bibliography references 4 Ph.D. Dissertations and 10 Master's Thesis'. As a good cautionary reminder "Scholars ...... should not be enslaved by static typology" (Wilke & Flenniken, 1991).

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