-I Built a Stone Age House by Jay Anderson -Lejre Today by Janet Snyder -Butser Ancient Farm by Jay Anderson -Welcome to Butser Ancient Farm by Butser.org -The Beginnings–Living Archaeology or Applied Technology by Jay Anderson -The Pamunkey Indian Museum Displays by Errett Callahan -An Interview With Hans de Haas by Steve Watts & Dave Wescott -Hans de Haas: The Gentle Giant by Errett Callahan -Conducting Lithic Experiments by Jacques Pelegrin -German Experimental Archaeology by Jurgen Weiner & Karen Drechsel -Old Scotness Broch In The Shetland Islands by Alice Tulloch -Fish Skin As A Prehistoric Material by Lucy Williams & Dr. Linda Hurcombe -Fish Skin Bags by Jim Miller -Smashing Success: Pleistocene Lithic Replication by Scott Jones -The Kootenai River Stone Age Living Project by Lynx Shepherd -Paleolithic Lamps and Their Specialization: A Hypothesis by Sophie A. De Beaune I Belong To This Country by Dick Baugh -Future Camps: One Model and more.
Bulletin #23 - International Projects
Cover by Bruce Prior, MT. Doug (Digger) Crist uses local clay and primitive technology to make a much-needed cooking vessel. The Kootenai River Project is included in this issue as a fine example of some of the experimental archaeology / living archaeology / primitive technology projects that are taking place around the world.