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Current Issues (Log In to Access) Volume 18 (2017) | Edited by Jack Johnson Rinck, Brandy, Alexander Stevenson, and J. Tait Elder. Subsurface Boring Methods and Applications for Archaeologists *Carter, James A. A Typological Key for Projectile Points from the Central Columbia Basin *Please note that the Carter paper was accepted for publication upon agreement between Mr. Carter and former Editor Dr. Patrick Lubinski, and that the author unfortunately expired between acceptance and publication.
Volume 17: The Archaeology of Japanese Americans (2017) | Edited by Jack Johnson Aranyosi, E.F. The Yama Project: A Multidisciplinary Analysis of a Historic Transnational Village on Bainbridge Island Hartse, Caroline M. Yama and Beyond: Construction and Negotiation of Identity at a Late Nineteenth- to Early Twentieth-Century Japanese-American Community Carlson, David R. The Issei at Barneston Project: An Investigation into Issues of Race and Labor at an Early Twentieth-Century Japanese-American Community Campbell, Renae J. Reanalysis of Japanese-Manufactured Ceramics Recovered from Japanese Gulch Village (1903-1930), Mukilteo, Washington Johnson, Paula. Weedy Shrubs Shroud Stone: Uncovering the Role of Senryu Poetry and Immigration in Japanese Communities of Washington Valentino, Alicia. The Story of the Green Lake Gardens Company and the Kumasaka Family