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Summer 2004
Vol. 8 No. 2

EMERGENCY ARCHAEOLOGY
Researchers at Shiloh National Military Park excavate a mound that is eroding into the Tennessee River.
BY MICHAEL FINGER
page 30

UNEARTHING THE COMPLEX HISTORY OF THE IROQUOIS
Archaeologist William Finlayson is investigating the Rife site near Toronto, Canada. This is one of roughly 90 Iroquoian sites hes investigated.
BY STEVE FEATHERSTONE
page 12

DECIPHERING MAYA HIEROGLYPHS
It took scholars decades to decipher these complex hieroglyphs, a feat that has been called one of the great intellectual achievements of our time.
BY JOHN MONTGOMERY
page 18

EXPLORING THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF GEORGIA AND ALABAMA
Our summer travel special takes you to a number of fascinating places.
BY JIM AUCHMUTEY
page 23

FOSTERING FIRST AMERICAN RESEARCH
The Center for the Study of the First Americans is making a significant contribution to the knowledge of the earliest inhabitants of the Americas.
BY CLAIRE POOLE
page 39

 

 

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