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Dr. Dwayne Scheid successfully defends dissertation “The Political Economy of Ceramic Production in Barbados: From plantation industry to craft production"
[August 27, 2015]

New Cahokia Mounds exhibit features 700-year-old canoe
[August 13, 2015]

Digging back 250 years on the St. Louis riverfront the better to learn who we are
[August 11, 2015]

Questions raised by Collins Site
[August 10, 2015]

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The Kaskaskia Manuscripts: 1708–1816, A Calendar of Civil Documents in Colonial Illinois
by Lawrie Cena Dean and Margaret Kimball Brown

My Grandfather's Fluted Clovis Spear Point
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