This stunning 310 page, 8 x 11 format book chock full of color pictures illustrating over 20 articles, book reviews, and a pictorial history of the Michigan Archaeological Society is sure to become a collectors item. Walz, "Recent Woodland Period Research in the Middle St.This book will be sent only to people who were members during the years 2004, 2005, and 2006. De Fant, "The Indian and the Prairie: Prehistoric and Early Historic Utilization of Native Grassland Environments in Kalamazoo County, Michigan, with Emphasis on Gourd-Neck Prairie in Schoolcraft Township."William M. Joseph River Drainage of Southwest Michigan, with Emphasis on the Late Woodland Occupation of the Kline 1 Site (20SJ29) in St.
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