Living History as Research by Jay Anderson -Construction and Sailing Characteristics of a Pre-Columbian Raft Replica by Cameron Smith and John Haslett -Bamboo Raft Project by Steve Watts -Building a Birch-Bark Canoe by Jim Miller -Travel Among California Indians by Paul Campbell -Putting on the Miles: A Test of Traditional Sandalwear by Matt Graham -Legends of the Fall Line: Geography of Transportation by Scott Jones -A Rawhide and Willow Burden Basket by Steve Watts -Horse Transportation on the Northern Plains by Lynx Shepherd -Experiments With Danish Mesolithic Microblade Technology by Errett Callahan -Evidence Supporting the Use of the Atlatl as a Primary Procurement Weapon of Prehistoric America by William R. Perkins -Bark Tanning by Matt Richards -Bipolar Percussion by Steve Watts -The Promentory Peg by George Michaud -Bark-Tan Babblings Revisited by Matt Richards -Walking With Ishi by Joyce Ann Harwood -Fire-by-Friction Methods and more
Bulletin #20 - Transportation
Cover by S. Tyler Young- The SPT is proud to have been chosen to display this fine experimental project. The four seasons of construction and salling yielded a vast amount of data that is still being synthesized. For additional information including trip reports, archeologlcaI research, updates, etc. see Cameron Smith's website at: http://www.sfu.ca/~csmith/genstuff/ manteno/.