Series: Memphis State University Anthropological Research Center Occasional Papers

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Archaeological Investigations at Kentucky Lake, Tennessee by Charles H. McnuttNo. 1
Residence mounds : an intermediate middle-Mississippian settlement pattern by Charles H. NashNo. 2
Ceramic handle styles and cultural variation in the northern sector of the Mississippi alluvial valley by Gerald P. Smithno. 3
Old olive oil mills and presses on the island of Corfu, Greece, (Memphis State University Anthropological Research Center. Occasional papers) by Augustus Sordinasno. 5
Archaeological surveys in the Obion-Forked Deer and Reelfoot-Indian Creek drainages: 1966 through early 1975 by Gerald P. SmithNo. 9
American mastodon remains and late glacial conditions at Nonconnah Creek, Memphis, Tennessee by Ronald C. Bristerno. 10
Three archeological sites near Hartsville -- Smith and Trousdale Counties, Tennessee : Dixon Creek (40SM113), Oldham (40SM108), and Celsor (40TR20) : submitted to the Tennessee Valley Authority by Charles H. McnuttNo. 14
Chucalissa : excavations in Units 2 and 6, 1959-67 by Lisa C. LumbNo. 15
Archaeological Excavations at the Magevney House Memphis, Tennessee: 1981-1984 by Louella Whitson WeaverNo. 17
Results of recent archaeological investigations in the greater mid-south : proceedings of the 17th Mid-South Archaeological Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, June 29-30, 1996 by Charles H. McnuttNo. 18

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