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ASC 1 1935 A double burial near Niantic Rogers, Edward H. 2-3.
ASC 1 1935 Organization and aims of the Society Osgood, Cornelius 3-4.
ASC 2 1935 Quantitative Analysis in Connecticut Archaeology Taylor, Walter Willard, Jr. 2-23.
ASC 3 1936 A compilation of historical data contributing to the ethnography of Connecticut and Southern New England Indians Rainey, Froilich G. 1-16.
ASC 3 1936 Archaeology as a career Rowe, John H. 19-28.
ASC 4 1936 Impressed Shell Designs on Connecticut Indian Pottery Coffin, Claude C. 2-6.
ASC 4 1936 Suggestions for the excavation of a prehistoric Connecticut site Osgood, Cornelius and Rouse, Irving 7-14.
ASC 5 1937 The forgotten stone house Peals, Arthur 7-9.
ASC 5 1937 Podunk Indian Sites Spiess, Mathias 9-11.
ASC 5 1937 Prehistoric Shell Heap at the Mouth of Housatonic Coffin, Claude C. 10-19.
ASC 6 1962 Thoughts on New England archaeology Byers, Douglas S. 2-7.
ASC 6 1962 The broken axe Snyder, Thomas W. 22-23.
ASC 6 1962 A cross-section of an Algonquian Village Site Located at South Woodstock, Windham County, Connecticut Basto, Arthur 24-38.
ASC 7 1938 An Indian Village Site at Cedar Ridge, Upper White Hills, Shelton, Connecticut Coffin, Claude C. 9-11.
ASC 7 1938 Bermuda’s Pequots Mason, Van Wyck 12-16.
ASC 8 1939 The identity of the red paint people Thompson, Arthur R. 3-4.
ASC 8 1939 Some Suggestions as to Historical Perspective in Connecticut Archeology Rouse, Irving 5-25.
ASC 8 1939 Second Summer’s Field Work on the Village Site at South Woodstock, Connecticut Basto, Arthur 27-44.
ASC 9 1939 A preliminary archaeological bibliography of the eastern United States, part one Rouse, Irving 1-68.
ASC 10 1939 A preliminary archaeological bibliography of the eastern United States, part two Rouse, Irving 1-32.
ASC 10 1939 Excavations in Southwestern Connecticut Coffin, Claude C. 33-49.
ASC 11 1940 Mineralogy of Connecticut artifacts Jackson, George A. 3-56.
ASC 12 1941 Red paint graves Coffin, Claude C. 3-10.
ASC 12 1941 A red paint grave in Guilford Russell, Lyent W. 11-18.
ASC 12 1941 Indian Archaeology in and around Bridgeport, Conneticut Batchelor, C. S. and Steck, R. Edward 19-26.
ASC 13 1942 Excavations at the Old Lyme Shell Heap Praus, Alexis Ales 3-66.
ASC 14 1942 The Menunketisuck Site, Westbrook, Connecticut Russell, Lyent W. 3-56.
ASC 14 1942 Copper spearpoints Russell, Lyent W. 57-62.
ASC 15 1943 The Indian River Village Site, Milford, Connecticut Rogers, Edward H. 3-78.
ASC 16 1943 The first ten years of the Archaeological Society of Connecticut Osgood, Cornelius 3-5.
ASC 16 1943 The New Haven Chapter Russell, Lyent W. 6-8.
ASC 16 1943 The Hartford Chapter Thompson, Martin 9-10.
ASC 17 1945 The South Woodstock Site Praus, Alexis Ales 1-52.
ASC 18 1945 Excavations at the Powder Hollow site Thompson, Martin 1-12.
ASC 18 1945 The midwestern taxonomic method Praus, Alexis Ales 13-15.
ASC 19 1946 The brush or stone memorial heaps of Southern New England Butler, Eva L. 3-l2.
ASC 19 1946 The Quest of an Indian garden Smith, Wilbur F. 13-17.
ASC 19 1946 Final Work at the Eagle Hill Site Coffin, Claude C. 18-36.
ASC 20 1946 Stone Age Methods of Woodworking in the Connecticut Valley Fowler, William Smith 3-32.
ASC 21 1947 An outline of the archeology of coastal-New York Smith, Carlyle S. 3-9.
ASC 21 1947 Ceramic Traditions and Sequences in Connecticut Rouse, Irving 10-25.
ASC 21 1947 Mohegan – Pequot relationships, as indicated by the events leading to the Pequot massacre of 1637 and subsequent claims in the Mohegan land controversy Means, Carroll A. 26-34.
ASC 21 1947 Ancient Fish Weirs along the Housatonic River Coffin, Claude C. 35-38.
ASC 21 1947 Indian Burials at Niantic, Connecticut Russell, Lyent W. 39-43.
ASC 21 1947 An Indian burial at Aqueduct, Long Island Solecki, Ralph 44-49.
ASC 22 1948 Algonkian Culture and Use of Maize in Southern New England Butler, Eva L. 3-39.
ASC 23 1949 The Mohawk Iroquois Carese, Mary R. 3-54.
ASC 24 1950 The archeological position of historic Fort Corchaug, Long Island and its relation to contemporary fortss Solecki, Ralph 3-40.
ASC 25 1951 Ragged Mountain: Cultural Sequence in a Connecticut Quarry-shelter Fowler, William Smith 3-25.
ASC 25 1951 The Eagle Hill Ridge Site, Laurel Beach, Milford, Connecticut56 Coffin, Claude C. 26-54.
ASC 26 1952 Excavation at the Charles Tyler site Pope, Gustavus D., Jr. 3-29.
ASC 26 1952 Preliminary report on a southwestern Connecticut site Powell, Bernard W. 30-50.
ASC 26 1952 A Preliminary Report on the Excavations at Grannis Island Sargent, Howard R. 30-50.
ASC 26 1952 Excavated material from Pine Orchard, Branford, Connecticut Vescelius, Gary 51-53.
ASC 26 1952 Some recent publications Rouse, Irving
ASC 27 1953 The Pottery Types of Connecticut Pope, Gustavus D., Jr. 3-10.
ASC 27 1953 The Pilot’s Point submerged sites Glynn, Frank 11-29.
ASC 27 1953 Indian Sites in and near Pine Orchard Lawrence, Julia F. and Rowe, H. Gordon 30-34.
ASC 27 1953 Notes on Indian ethnology and history Butler, Eva L. 35-47.
ASC 28 1958 Curvilinear design elements in the New York coastal area Lopez, Julius 3-11.
ASC 28 1958 A naturally grooved boulder on an archeological site in Bayside, Long Island Solecki, Ralph and Wisniewski, Stanley 30-31.
ASC 29 1958 Kaolin pipes from the Schurz site Omwake, H. G. 3-13.
ASC 29 1958 A Discussion of Two Disturbed Clay Pipe Finds from Stamford, Connecticut Poirier, David A. 10-18.
ASC 29 1958 Discovery of a possible ceremonial dog burial in the city of greater New York Lopez, Julius and Wisniewski, Stanley 14-20.
ASC 29 1958 The Manakaway Site, Greenwich, Connecticut Suggs, Robert Carl 21-47.
ASC 30 1960 A re-examination of the Guida farm Byers, Douglas S. and Rouse, Irving 3-66.
ASC 31 1962 The passing of a Connecticut rock shelter MacCurdy, George G. 9-18.
ASC 31 1962 Some.animals used as food by successive cultural groups in New England Waters, Joseph H. 29-46.
ASC 31 1962 A proposed first step towards projectile point classification Galinat, R. , Glynn, Frank, and Keener, Roger L. 47-49.
ASC 32 1963 Rock Shelter Occupations by Connecticut Indians Cooke, Claude C. 6-11.
ASC 32 1963 Seaside Indian Village Site, Fort Trumbull Beach, Milford, Conn Cooke, Claude C. 12-25.
ASC 32 1963 Baldwin’s Station: Indian Village Site, Milford, Conn Coffin, Claude C. 27-57.
ASC 32 1963 A ceremonial stone table Coffin, Claude C. 59-60.
ASC 32 1963 Connecticut Indian burials Coffin, Claude C. 61-64.
ASC 33 1965 Animal Remains from Some New England Woodland Sites Waters, Joseph H. 4-11.
ASC 33 1965 The Phillips site excavation Keener, Roger L. 13-44.
ASC 34 1966 European Trade Goods and the Chronology of the Fort Shantok Site Salwen, Bert 5-39.
ASC 34 1966 Foreword, Notes to Wawekas Hil1, or Mohegan’s watchtower and tombstone Glynn, Frank 41
ASC 35 1967 The Lewis-Walpole site of Farmington, Connecticut: a preliminary report Wilcox, U. Vincent III 5-48.
ASC 36 1970 New Submerged Sites of Coastal Connecticut Bourn, Richard Q. Jr. 5-16.
ASC 36 1970 The Eckart Site, Southsbury, Connecticut. A Preliminary Report on a Probable Archaic Campsite and Workshop Jostrand, Theodore H. 7-16.
ASC 36 1970 The Waldron Cache, South Windsor, Connecticut: Provocative Points and Pipe from Podunk Vibert, Edith M. 17-22.
ASC 36 1970 Ecological interpretation in archaeological reconstruction Larson, Valerie 25-33.
ASC 37 1972 New Submerged sites of coastal Connecticut Bourn, Richard Q. Jr. 5-16.
ASC 37 1972 Dickenson Creek burial Kowalsky, Andrew J 17
ASC 37 1972 Boulder home site Pawloski, John A. 18-25.
ASC 37 1972 The foods of the Connecticut Indians Warner, Frederic W. 27-46.
ASC 37 1972 An Adena-like burial at East Windsor Hill Cooke, David and Jordan, Barbara 47-51.
ASC 38 1973 Preliminary excavations at the Hopkins site (6-LF-l), Warren, Connecticut Thompson, David H. 5-24.
ASC 38 1973 Prehistoric occupation of the Charles River estuary: a paleogeographic study Dincauze, Dena F. 25-39.
ASC 38 1973 The Kirby Brook Site (6-LF-2): An Interim Report Swigart, Edmund K. 40-76.
ASC 38 1973 Excavation of the Pilot’s Point Stone Heaps Glynn, Frank 77-89.
ASC 38 1973 A silver pendant Poirier, David A. 90
ASC 39 1975 Ceramic Sherds from Charles River Dincauze, Dena F. 5-17,
ASC 39 1975 Ten Scaticook Indian.baskets Russell, Lyent W. 18-22.
ASC 39 1975 Further data on the Sylan Lake complex at Lake Waramaug Thompson, David A. 23-26.
ASC 39 1975 Forty years after: a belated examination of several of the historical artifacts within the University_of Connecticut Anthropological collections Poirier, David A. 27-34.
ASC 39 1975 The Hansel Site (6-LF-15): A Rockshelter in Litchfield County Thompson, David A. 35-48.
ASC 40 1977 An Indian Burial at East Windsor Hill, Connecticut (6 HT 8) Kowalsky, Andrew J 11-12.
ASC 40 1977 Hammonasset Beach site (6 NH 36) Bourn, Richard Q. Jr. 14-40.
ASC 40 1977 An Unusual Stone Pestle Russell, Lyent W. 44-45.
ASC 40 1977 Rizzo site
ASC 40 1977 Index to Volumes 1 – 39
ASC 41 1978 Ancient inscriptions in Western CT Lenik, Edward 5-13.
ASC 41 1978 18th C. Ebenezer Grosvenor  Homestead site Baker
ASC 42 1980 New Haven Harbor area from settlement to 20th century Sharp
ASC 42 1980 Archaeology in the Bookstacks: The Search for the Old Tunxis Village Feder, Kenneth 12-14.
ASC 42 1980 The Rockrimmon Rockshelter (6-FA-116) Wiegand, Ernest A. 15-28.
ASC 42 1980 Van Wilgen site, North Branford Russell, Lyent W. 29-33.
ASC 42 1980 Tokeneke Survey Angstadt, Suzanne F.,  Cook, Elizabeth H, and Gammill, Mary W.
ASC 44 1981 The Gungywamp Controversy Jordan, Douglas F., Poirier, David A, and Gradie III,Robert R. 1-3.
ASC 45 1982 Utility of Ethnohistoric Models for Understanding Late Woodland-Contact Change in Southern New England McBride, Kevin A. and Bellantoni, Nicholas F. 51-64.
ASC 45 1982 Remote Sensing: Archaeological Application in Southern New England Pfeiffer, John 75-83.
ASC 46 1983 Rock Art of New England Calogero, Barbara Anderson 1-14.
ASC 46 1983 Fastener Site: A New Look at the Archaic-Woodland Transition in the Lower Housatonic Valley Lavin, Lucianne and Salwen, Bert 15-43.
ASC 46 1983 Beshan Lake: 4500 Years of Prehistory Pfeiffer, John 45-53.
ASC 46 1983 Terminal Archaic Settlement-subsistence Patterns in the Lower Connecticut River Valley: A Set of Testable Hypotheses Pagoulatos, Peter 55-62.
ASC 47 1984 Connecticut Prehistory: A Synthesis of Current Archaeological Investigations Lavin, Lucianne 5-40.
ASC 47 1984 Paleo-Indian and Early Archaic Occupations in Connecticut Moeller, Roger W. 41-54.
ASC 47 1984 Middle and Late Archaic Periods in the Connecticut River Valley: A Re-examination McBride, Kevin A. 55-72.
ASC 47 1984 Late and Terminal Archaic Periods of Connecticut Prehistory Pfeiffer, John 73-88.
ASC 47 1984 Early and Middle Woodland Periods of Connecticut Prehistory: Focus on the Lower Connecticut River Valley Juli, Harold D. and McBride, Kevin 89-98.
ASC 47 1984 Pots, Plants, and People: The Late Woodland Period in Connecticut Feder, Kenneth 99-111.
ASC 47 1984 Recent Advances in Connecticut Archaeology: The View from New York Funk, Robert E. 129-143.
ASC 48 1985 Native American Burials in Connecticut: The Ethical, Scientific, and Bureaucratic Matrix Poirier, David A., Nicholas Bellantoni, and Mikki Aganstata 3-12.
ASC 48 1985 Excavations of the Burwell-Karako Site: New Data on Cultural Sequences and Artefact Typologies in Southern New England Lavin, Lucianne and Russell, Lyent W. 45-87.
ASC 49 1986 Tamarack Site Vargo and Vargo
ASC 49 1986 Dill Farm Locus 1: Early and Middle Archaic Components in Southern New England Pfeiffer, John 19-35.
ASC 49 1986 Comparative Analysis of Prehistoric Human Osteological Materials from Milford, Connecticut Bellantoni, Nicholas, Lavin, Lucianne, and Buschang, Peter H.
ASC 49 1986 Sea Level Rise and Site Submergence McWeeney, Lucinda 53-60.
ASC 49 1986 Experimental Pottery Making Tidwell and etal
ASC 49 1986 Rhode Island Prehistoric Ceramic inventory Dowd
ASC 50 1987 Paleoecological Relationships in Late Pleistocene/Holocene in New England Parker, Johnson 1-16.
ASC 50 1987 Stone Walls, Stone Lines, and Supposed Indian  graves Moeller, Roger W. 17-22.
ASC 50 1987 Prehistoric Ceramics of Southwestern Connecticut: An Overview and Reevaluation Wiegand, Ernest A. 23-42.
ASC 50 1987 Woodruff Rock Shelter Site, 6LF126, an Interim Report: Faunal Analysis as a Means to Evaluate Environment and Culture Swigart, Edmund K. 43-75.
ASC 51 1988 Morgan site: The Beginning Cooke, David G.
ASC 51 1988 Morgan Site, Rocky Hill, CT: Late Woodland Farming Community Lavin, Lucianne 7-21.
ASC 51 1988 “Rock Shelter #14: A Prehistoric Campsite in Northeastern Connecticut Marin, Raymond 23-28.
ASC 51 1988 Kent Sugar Loaf Hill site, Kent, CT Thompson, David A. 29-45.
ASC 51 1988 Nantucket: Archaeological Record from Far Island Pretola and Little
ASC 51 1988 Archaeological and environmental investigations on Fishers Is, NY Funk, Robert E. and Pfeiffer, John
ASC 51 1988 Orient Fishtail Points Fiedel, Stuart
ASC 52 1989 Adena Related Burials: Glastonbury, Connecticut Cooke, David G.
ASC 52 1989 The Susquehanna Horizon as Seen From the Summit of Rye Hill (6LF100), Woodbury, Connecticut Thompson, David H. 17-50.
ASC 52 1989 Radiometric Dates From Two Cremation Burial Sites in Southern New England Pfeiffer, John and Stuckenrath, Robert
ASC 52 1989 Dry Bone Cremations from Five Sites in New England Ziac, Delcy C. and Pfeiffer, John 55-60.
ASC 52 1989 An Investigation into the Ancient Burial Ground at Crescent Beach, Niantic, Connecticut Pfeiffer, John and Malcarne, Donald 61-69.
ASC 52 1989 Public Act No. 89-368
ASC 52 1989 ASC constitution
ASC 53 1990 Data From Shells: Theory in Search of a Method Abraham, Judith Farber
ASC 53 1990 Saving Endangered Sites in Southern New England: Public Archaeology at Lambert Farm, Warwick, Rhode Island Kerber, Jordan E.
ASC 53 1990 Archaeology: A Tool  for the Recovery of Data for Local History Rivers, Loretta
ASC 53 1990 An Outline of the Aboriginal Archaeology of Shelter Island, New York Witek, John Charles
ASC 53 1990 Terminal Archaic ‘Living Areas’ in the Connecticut River Valley Pagoulatos, Peter 59-72.
ASC 53 1990 Aboriginal Weirs in Southern New England Banks, Marc 73-83.
ASC 53 1990 The Point of the Matter Tottenham, Jeffrey
ASC 54 1991 The Excavation of a Human Burial Along the Thames River, Southeastern CT Juli, Harold D. and Kelley, Marc A. 3-11.
ASC 54 1991 Two Prehistoric Human Skeletal Remains from the Morgan Site, Rocky Hill, Connecticut Bellantoni, Nicholas 13-20.
ASC 54 1991 Retrospective on Respect Baxter, Elizabeth S.
ASC 54 1991 The Persistence of Memory: Neville and Stark Points in Southern New England Hoffman, Curtiss 23-53.
ASC 54 1991 A Deer Antler Pipe from Eastern CT Parkos, Joseph
ASC 54 1991 The Salmon River Rock Shelter Gudrian, Fred W.
ASC 54 1991 The Functional Uses of Eastern CT Quartzite Pagoulatos, Peter
ASC 54 1991 The M.R. Site, A Preliminary Report Parkos, Joseph
ASC 54 1991 Plant Macrofossil Identification As A Method Toward Archaeo-Environmental Reconstructions McWeeney, Lucinda
ASC 55 1992 The Cyrus Sherwood Bradley Collection: A Preliminary Study of the Prehistoric Native American Presence in Fairfield, CT Stradzins, Sally 1-20.
ASC 55 1992 Southington Rock Shelters Gudrian, Fred 21-37.
ASC 55 1992 Unidentified Artifact from the Salmon River in Eastern CT Parkos, Joseph
ASC 55 1992 Aboriginal Pottery from the Indian Ridge Site, New Milford, CT Lavin, Lucianne and Miroff, Laurie 39-61.
ASC 55 1992  Heating Duration and Thermally Altered Stone Pagoulatos, Peter
ASC 55 1992 The Maintenance of Eastern CT Quartzite Tools: An Experimental Study Pagoulatos, Peter
ASC 55 1992 Connecticut Historical and Industrial Archaeology Bibliography Gradie, Robert R. and Poirier, David A.
ASC 55 1992 Pot Hunting, Looting, and the Indian Ledge Site Cruson, Daniel and Hoag, Elizabeth 87-90.
ASC 56 1993 Yale College in the 19th Century: An Archaeological Perspective Brody, Lisa R.
ASC 56 1993 An Amateur’s Comparison of Indian Artifacts Between and Western and South Central CT Miller, Gordon S.
ASC 56 1993 Guide for the Avocational Archaeologist, Part I: The Dig Gudrian, Fred
ASC 56 1993 A Mysterious Polished and Perforated Artifact from Fairhaven Lavin, Lucianne
ASC 56 1993 The Manufacture of  Eastern CT Quartzite Tools: An Experimental Study Pagoulatos, Peter 57-62.
ASC 56 1993 Prehistoric Pottery from the Morgan Site, Rocky Hill, CT Lavin, Lucianne, Gudrian, Fred, and Miroff, Laurie 63-100.
ASC 56 1993 Hopeville Pond: Archaeological Evidence of a Middle Woodland Jack’s Reef Component in Eastern CT Pfeiffer, John 101-114.
ASC 57 1994 Reducing the Effects of Heavy Equipment Compaction on Buried Archaeological Sites Ardito, Tony
ASC 57 1994 The Archaeological Rescue of the Spencer Site in Westbrook, CT Pfeiffer, John
ASC 57 1994 Prehistoric Pottery Assemblages from Southern Connecticut: A Fresh Look at Ceramic Classification in Southern New England Lavin, Lucianne and Kra
ASC 57 1994 More News on Ground and Edge-Perforated Artifacts Lavin, Lucianne
ASC 57 1994 A Note on Polished and Perforated Artifacts from Connecticut Russell, Lyent W.
ASC 57 1994 A Comment on Edge-Perforated Artifacts Bello, Charles A.
ASC 57 1994 Edge-Perforated Artifacts: Additional Sources for Information Bello, Charles A.
ASC 57 1994 An Edge-Perforated Sinewstone from Hamilton Township, Mercer County, New Jersey Bello, Charles A.
ASC 58 1995 A Description of Some Interesting Artifacts Russell, Lyent W.
ASC 58 1995 An Examination of Late Woodland Ceramic Pipe Fragments from the Morgan Site in Rocky Hill, Connecticut Gudrian, Fred 13-29.
ASC 58 1995 The Ferry Road Site (6-MD-96) Bourn, Richard Q. Jr. 31-66.
ASC 58 1995 Comment on “A Mysterious Polished and Perforated Artifact From Fairhaven” Juli, Harold D.
ASC 58 1995 Turkey-Tails as a Measure of Marginality and Economic Exchange in Connecticut Thompson, David H. 71-81.
ASC 58 1995 A Reconstructed Late Woodland Pot from Shelton, Connecticut Lavin, Lucianne 83-87.
ASC 58 1995 Thermal Alteration of Shell as an Inference for Shell Midden Site Duration and Re-Use Pagoulatos, Peter 89-97.
ASC 59 1996 Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief: The Many Roles of the State Archaeologist Bellantoni, Nicholas
ASC 59 1996 The Mashantucket Pequot Indian Archaeological District: A National Historic Landmark Mcbride, Kevin A. and Grumet, Robert S.
ASC 59 1996 As the Wheel Turns: Changing Perspectives on Property Rights and Connecticut Hydropower Poirier, David A. and Gradie, Robert R.
ASC 59 1996 Archaeological Survey of the McLean Game Refuge, Granby and Simsbury, Connecticut Feder, Kenneth and Banks, Marc 39-51.
ASC 59 1996 A Bridge Through Time: Non-Chronocentric Archaeology in an Urban Setting Saunders, Cece  and Stewart, Robert C.
ASC 59 1996 Post-Contact Populations on the Nehantic Reservation of Lyme, Connecticut Pfeiffer, John
ASC 60 1997 Possible Sources of Mylonite and Hornfels Debitage From the Cooper Site, Lyme, Connecticut Tryon, Christian A.  and Philpotts, Anthony R.
ASC 60 1997 Late Prehistoric Archaeobotany of Connecticut: Providing A Context For the Transition to Maize Horticulture George, David R. 13-28.
ASC 60 1997 Fort Shantok National Historic Landmark Williams, Lorraine E., Mcbride, Kevin A., and Grumet, Robert S. 29-42.
ASC 60 1997 The Cotton Hill Steatite Quarry Russell, Lyent W. 43-49.
ASC 60 1997 Sacred Landscapes and Traditional Cultural Properties: Plant-Gathering Loci From New Jersey’s Outer Coastal Plain Pagoulatos, Peter
ASC 60 1997 Guide For the Avocational Archaeologist, Part II: Pottery Analysis Gudrian, Fred
ASC 60 1997 Diversity in Southern New England Ceramics: Three Case Studies Lavin, Lucianne 83-96.
ASC 61 1998 Archaeological Investigations at Site RI 2050 in Cranston, Rhode Island:A Native America Steatite Processing Site Waller, Joseph N. and Leveille, Alan
ASC 61 1998 Primitive Methods of Drilling Stone Russell, Lyent W.
ASC 61 1998 A Unique Prehistoric Vessel from Stamford, Connecticut Wiegand, Ernest A. 21-25.
ASC 61 1998 Dating a Mid-Nineteenth Century Burial in Cook County, Illinois Using a Connecticut Gunpowder Flask  Bardy, Brian Gerard
ASC 61 1998 Eight Rockshelters in the Ashokan Catskills and Comparison with Site Clusters in the Hudson Highlands and Connecticut Lindner, Christopher R.
ASC 62 1999 A Review of Late Pleistocene and Holocene Climate Changes in Southern New England McWeeney, Lucinda
ASC 62 1999 Connecticut Radiocarbon Dates: A Study of Prehistoric Cultural Chronologies and Population Trends Reeve, Stuart A.  and  Forgacs, Katherine
ASC 62 1999 A View of Paleo-Indian Studies in Connecticut Moeller, Roger W.
ASC 62 1999 Beyond Presence and Absence: Establishing Diversity in Connecticut’s Early Holocene Archaeological Record Forrest, Daniel T.
ASC 62 1999 The Middle Archaic Period in Connecticut: The View from Mashantucket Jones, Brian D.
ASC 62 1999 The Archaic Florescence: the Late and Terminal Archaic Periods of Connecticut as Seen from the Iroquois Pipeline Cassedy, Daniel F.
ASC 62 1999 Current Perspectives on Early and Middle Woodland Archaeology in Connecticut Juli, Harold D.
ASC 62 1999 The Late Woodland Revisited: The Times, They Were A-changin’ (But Not That Much) Feder, Kenneth
ASC 62 1999 Connecticut’s Recent Past: Perspectives from Historical Archaeology Gradie, Robert R. and Poirier, David A.
ASC 63 2001 An Analysis of Lithic Artifacts from the Morgan Site in Rocky Hill, Connecticut Gudrian, Fred
ASC 63 2001 Archaeology Within Long Island Sound: Archaeological Investigations on Faulkner Island, Guilford, Connecticut Waller, Joseph N.. and Mair, A. Peter
ASC 63 2001 The Archaeology of an Enlisted Man’s Hut at Putnam Memorial State Park Cruson, Daniel
ASC 63 2001 Historical Archaeology at the Huntington Farm Site, Scotland, Connecticut Juli, Harold D.
ASC 64 2002 The Smith Brook Site (6-HT-23) Bourn, Richard Q. Jr.
ASC 64 2002 Early Woodland Settlement Patterns: A View from New Jersey Pagoulatos, Peter
ASC 64 2002 The Dutch, the English, the Indians, and the Deeds: 1640-1743 Wieland, Lynn-Marie
ASC 64 2002 The Different Lives of Officers and Enlisted Men at the Redding Winter Encampment of 1778-79 Cruson, Daniel and von Jena, Kathleen
ASC 64 2002 Garden Archaeology at the Henry Whitfield Museum, Guilford, Connecticut Juli, Harold D.
ASC 65 2003 Maritime History of Southern New England: The View From Long Island, New York Merwin, Daria E.
ASC 65 2003 Maritime Resources in the Food Economy of Nantucket’s Native Americans Rainey, Mary Lynne
ASC 65 2003 The British Attack at Essex, Connecticut & Related Archival / Archaeological Investigation Malcarne, Donald
ASC 65 2003 Submerged Prehistoric Sites in Southern New England: Past Research and Future Directions Merwin, Daria E.,  Lynch, Daniel P., and Robinson, David S.
ASC 65 2003 Landlubbers in a Wet World: Administrative Perspectives on Connecticut’s Underwater Heritage Poirier, David A. and Bellantoni, Nicholas
ASC 66 2004 Lithic Artifact and Bio-archaeological Analyses of a Possible Adena  Burial Site (CT84-51) in Milford, Connecticut Nadeau, Jaclyn  and Bellantoni, Nicholas
ASC 66 2004 An Interregional Comparison of Middle Woodland Settlement Patterns: A View From the   State of New Jersey Pagoulatos, Peter
ASC 66 2004 The Bartow Lagoon Site, Pelham Bay Park, Bronx County, New York Kaeser, Edward J.
ASC 66 2004 Gendered Practices: Ethnohistoric and Archaeological Evidence of Native American Social Divisions of Labor Howlett, Katherine
ASC 66 2004 THE MANHANSETS OF MANHANSACK-AHAQUATUWAMOCK: AN ANALYSIS Priddy, Katherine Lee
ASC 66 2004 The Glazier Blade Cache: 30 Remarkable Blades Found in Granby, Connecticut Feder, Kenneth
ASC 66 2004 TWO CLAY POTS AND AN ANTLER HARPOON FROM SMITH COVE IN NIANTIC, CONNECTICUT Lavin, Lucianne
ASC 67 2005 History and Perspectives in Connecticut Archaeological Preservation Juli, Harold D. 3-10.
ASC 67 2005 Critical Issues in Connecticut Archaeological Preservation Bellantoni, Nicholas 11-20.
ASC 67 2005 Preservation and Public Education: Connecticut’s State Archaeological Preserves Program Saunders, Cece and Poirier, David A. 21-36.
ASC 67 2005 Archaeology and Historic Preservation in the Best Small Town in America Malcarne, Donald 37-48.
ASC 67 2005 Poverty Hollow: The Preservation of an Evolving Historic Landscape in Redding, Connecticut von Jena, Kathleen and Reeve, Stuart 49-76.
ASC 67 2005 The Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center Program in Archaeological Research and Preservation Jones, Brian D. 77-84.
ASC 67 2005 Norwalk Community College’s Archaeology as an Avocation Program: The Contributions of the Citizen Archaeologist to Historic Preservation Wiegand, Ernest A. 85-98.
ASC 67 2005 The Archaeological Contributions and Legacy of Daniel T. Cruson: For the Sheer Love of Knowledge Hoag, Elizabeth A. and von Jena, Kathleen 99-114.
ASC 67 2005 Advancing Agendas in Connecticut Archaeology and Preservation: Results and Recommendations of the Spring 2003 Archaeological Society of Connecticut Preservation Conference Juli, Harold D. 115-124.
ASC 67 2005 Accomplislunents in Archaeological Preservation: National Register of Historic Places Archaeological Sites in Connecticut, National Historic Landmark Archaeological Sites in Connecticut and Connecticut State Archaeological Preserves Poirier, David A. 125-128.
ASC 68 2006 Douglas Jordan, Ph.D. Bellantoni, Nicholas 7-10.
ASC 68 2006 The Archaeology of West Rock: The Importance of Trap-rock Ridges in Connecticut Prehistory Sgarlata, Cosmo 11-28.
ASC 68 2006 The Second Hill Brook Site, Roxbury, Connecticut Goodwin, Matt 29-42.
ASC 68 2006 The Abbott Complex of Coastal New York Kaeser, Edward J. 43-54.
ASC 68 2006 Human Behavior as Reflected in Stone Blade Caches Calogero,Barbara l. and Philpotts, Anthony R. 55-74.
ASC 68 2006 Foragers in Southern New England: Correlating Social Systems, Maize Production, and Wampum Becker; Marshall 75-108.
ASC 68 2006 Small Digs: Archaeological Excavations at the Jonathan Trumbull, Jr. House, Lebanon, Connecticut Harper, Ross 109
ASC 68 2006 Museum Showcase: Three Birdstones from Connecticut Lavin, Lucianne 109
ASC 69 2007 From Little Falls to Long Island Sound: Archaeology of the Iroquois Pipeline Cassedy, Daniel F.
ASC 69 2007 The Deep Testing Program of the Iroquois Pipeline: Archaeology and Geomorphology of the Schoharie Creek Floodplain Cassedy, Daniel F., Brakenridge, G. Robert, and Tracy, Brian
ASC 69 2007 Iroquois Pipeline Site 230-3-1: Lessons from a Hudson Valley Late Woodland Occupation Holt, Henry M.R.  and Luhman, Hope E.
ASC 69 2007 Settlement and Subsistence in the Lower Housatonic River Valley Millis, Tracy L. and Millis, Heather
ASC 69 2007 Prehistoric Interaction between Eastern New York and Southern New England Cassedy, Daniel F. and Lavin, Lucianne
ASC 69 2007 Museum Showcase: Two Pendants from the Still River Drainage, New Milford Lavin, Lucianne
ASC 70 2008 The Adriaen’s Landing Project and the Development of the Connecticut River Floodplain at Hartford Forrest, Daniel T. , Jones,Brian, and Thorsen,  Robert 5
ASC 70 2008 Late Archaic Sites Documented During the Route 7 Reconstruction Survey, New Milford, Connecticut Jones, Brian D. and Centola Lisa 17
ASC 70 2008 The Reconnaissance & Test of the Kaeser Site, Pelham Bay Park, Bronx County, New York Kaeser, Edward J. 31
ASC 70 2008 Using Replicative Technique to Assess Prehistoric Ceramic Manufacture from Local Clay Deposits: The Morgan Site Ceramics Rand, Andrea J. 45
ASC 70 2008 Mohegan Oral Tradition, Archaeology, and the Legacy of Uncas Bendremer,Jeffrey C.,  Thomas, Elaine L., and Davison, Faith Damon 75
ASC 70 2008 The Freedom – Davis House: The African American Spiritual Nature of Cato Freedom Cruson, Daniel 87
ASC 70 2008 Museum Showcase: Norris L. Bull’ s “Monolithic Axe” Bellantoni, Nicholas 101
ASC 71 2009 Eulogy for David G. Cooke (February 10, 1932-December 29, 2009) Bellantoni, Nicholas 5
ASC 71 2009 Remembering Donald Malcarne (November 24, 1933-August 19, 2009) Malcarne, Deborah And Malcarne, Vanessa 9
ASC 71 2009 In Memoriam: Edmund K. (Ned) Swigart (March 30, 1931-May 14, 2009) Moeller, Roger W. 13
ASC 71 2009 Late Archaic and Late Woodland Occupations at Cove River, West Haven: New Data on Subsistence and the Narrow Point Tradition Cuzzone, Holly and Hartenberger, Britt 17
ASC 71 2009 The Spatial Analysis of Mobile Hunter-Gatherer Campsites in Southern New England and the Potential Impact of Open Source Resources Sgarlata, Cosimo 41
ASC 71 2009 Negrotown: An Archaeology of African Agency from Colonial Connecticut Hewey, Ryan W. and Perrry, Warren R. 61
ASC 71 2009 Back to the Park: Another Look at an Enlisted Men’s Hut at the Putnam Winter Encampment Cruson, Daniel and Messer, Diana 81
ASC 71 2009 Archaeology and the Industrial Revolution – An Overview Stewart, Robert 97
ASC 71 2009 Between a Rock and a Wet Place: Rockshelter Selection and Use in Connecticut Wiegand, Ernest A. 117
ASC 71 2009 Museum Showcase: A Stone Smoking Pipe from Litchfield, Connecticut Lavin, Lucianne 137

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