Indiana Archaeology journal available

Volume 11, Number 1 of the journal Indiana Archaeology is now available on the Indiana Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology (http://www.in.gov/dnr/historic/3676.htm). This volume contains interesting articles on a variety of archaeological topics:

  • Evidence for Figurine Manufacturing Techniques Employed by Mann Site Artists.
  • Distinctive French Lick Phase Antler Beads from Three Locations in Indiana.
  • Tools of the Trade: Chipped Lithic Assemblages from the Hovey Lake (12Po10) and Ries-Hasting (12Po590) Archaeological Sites, Posey County, Indiana.
  • A Tale of Two Rivers: Contrasting Plant Use Strategies in the Lower Ohio and White River Valleys during Late Prehistory Indiana.

Volume 11, Number 2 will be coming out later this year as well.