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The range of Members' interests in prehistory is represented.
Photos courtesy of Joe and Marge Finneran.

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1. Various flaked tools, many unifacial and made from flakes, from the Brook Meadow site, Neponset R. Region, south of Boston, MA.

2. Flaked unifacial and bifacial tools, all likely Palaeo-American (Barnes or Parkhill Phase), from Wamsutta site, Neponset River region, south of Boston, MA.

3. Ancient lanceolate projectile points, performs and knives from the Wamsutta site, Neponset River region, south of Boston, MA. Several publications for archaeological journals — including The Amateur Archaeologist — have been generated about this extensive site.

4. Mousterian artifacts from the Le Moustier site, France.

5. Neolithic Celts from Libya/Tunisia.

6.Variety of flaked and ground North American prehistoric artifacts.

7. Close-up of frame of artifacts shown in Photo #6.

8. An impressive frame of Vary Early Archaic Dalton points from the American Mid-West.

9. Head from a mummy bundle, Peru.

10. Cache of flaked bifaces (most are performs) made of argillite, found in 1964 in Berkeley, MA by Elmer and Wilbur Wood.

11. Polished stone articles from Costa Rica and environs.

12. Hafted ground stone tools made by master-craftsman Richard Parker — ASAA Lifetime Member and New England Chapter Member.