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Disseminating knowledge is a vital part of the Society's mission. All members receive The Minnesota
Archaeologist, an annual journal containing illustrated articles on ancient Native American culture, the
history of European settlement and the latest archaeological techniques. MnArch, found in the libraries of
dozens of respected cultural institutions in the U.S. and Canada, has been continuously published since
The MAS Newsletter and regular mailings keep you informed about current digs and research projects,
volunteer opportunities, upcoming lectures and field trips, and the activities of fellow members.
The Society also publishes books on Ojibway and Dakota culture, major excavations, archaeological
methodology and other topics.
MN Archaeologist 1935-1989 CD/DVD Order Form
Please contact Kent Bakken with questions or submissions to MnArch.
2010 MNArch Table of Contents
2009 MNArch Table of Contents
2008 MNArch Table of Contents
2003 MNArch Table of Contents
Author-Title Index of All Minnesota Archaeologist Articles
Thanks to the hard work of MAS member Randy Blasus, we are able to provide here a new index of all our journal articles,
stretching from 1939 through 2010. Everyone should take a look at it, even if you are not involved in research, just to get a feel for
the scope of these publications and gain an appreciation for the work that the Minnesota Archaeological Society has fostered for
over seventy years. Without our publishing efforts, so much would have been lost. We hope you enjoy your trip through our
archives and that it will stimulate your imagination and fire your energy for more and better research in the future.
Start reading the MAS Newsletter today! Download a copy below:
Current Issue: Winter 2015 Issue contains: Snowshoeing to Petaga Point, Letter from the President, MAS 2015 Annual
Meeting, Dates to Remember, Lake Superior Basin Workshop, 2015 CMA Conference
Issue contains: Archaeology Fair, In Memory of Alan Woolworth, Central States Anthropology Meeting info
Issue contains: A Multicomponent Site on MN River Valley, Rhoda Gilman Honored, Archaeology & Oil Go Boom in ND
Issue contains: Uncovering the Past in Minnesota, Lithics Materials Workship, In Memory of Douglas C. George
Issue contains: MN Archaeology Fair, Letter From President, Video Lending Library, Archaeology Day at Mille Lacs Kathio
Issue contains: Minnesota’s precontact cultures, Annual Dinner Meeting, Society for Industrial Archaeology Conference
Issue contains: Archaeology of the Central Mpls Riverfront, 2012 Archaeology Fair, 2013 Council for Mn Archaeology Symposium
Issue contains: Review of Across Atlantic Ice, Portrait of the Cave Artist, the 2012 Annual Meeting overview, historic travel route
Issue contains: A look back into MAS History, MAS Annual Dinner Meeting details, The First First Americans
Issue contains: A look back into MAS History, A Mille Lacs History Lesson: One Short Chapter At A Time, Past MAS Covers
Issue contains: Elliot Park Neighborhood Archaeology Project, Preservation of Pilot Knob/Oheyawahi, Archaeology Site At Pig Point
Issue contains: Investigating the Earliest Human Occupation of MN, 11,500-year old Bones Of Child Found, 2011 Annual Meeting
Issue contains: Widespread Looting Is Ravaging Indian Ruins, 2011 CMA Call for Papers/ Posters, Soar With The Eagles S.O.A.R.
Issue contains: Knife Lake Research Presented At Macalester, Unearthing Our Prehistoric Past, 2011 CMA Call for Papers/ Posters
Issue contains: Kensington Stone, Hidatsa Pottery Fire Site, Oldest Leather Shoe, 10,000-year-old Wooden Hunting Weapon
Issue contains: MAS Annual Meeting Info, Lithic Materials Workshop, Upcoming Flintknapping Demos, 2009 Journal News
Issue contains: Knife Lake Quarries, Lithic Materials Workshop, National Park Service’s 2010 Archaeological Prospection
Issue contains: Hamline University’s Aniakchak Archaeology Project, Legacy Funds Will Benefit Archaeology
Issue contains: MAS Annual Meeting and Lecture, Rock Art of the Upper Mississippi River Valley’s Driftless Area, Legacy Act
Late Summer 2008
Issue contains: Elliot Park Neighborhood Archaeology Project Update, A Short History of Minnesota Statehood
Early Summer 2008
Issue contains: Hudson-Meng Site, Officer Elections, Hennepin County History Museum
Issue contains: Digging up Whiskey Row Talk, Mike Budak Memorial Fund, 50 Years of the Minnesota Archaeologist
Issue contains: Digging up Whiskey Row, MAS Annual Meeting Recap and Photos
Issue contains: CMA Symposium, MAS Annual Meeting Info, St. Cloud State University Sponsors New Graduate Program
Other Documents of Interest:
Paleoindian Research Lab: PiRL NOTES 1
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