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Summer 2006
Vol. 10 No. 2

THE WONDERS OF THE OHIO MOUNDBUILDERS
Our summer travel article takes you on a tour of central and southern Ohio to see amazing prehistoric earthworks.
BY KRISTIN OHLSON
page 31

WHERE THE TRAIL OF TEARS BEGAN
In the 1830s the Cherokee were forced to leave their homelands and travel on the Trail of Tears. An archaeologist is documenting the trailís origins in southwest North Carolina.
BY MIKE TONER
page 12

A CONTROVERSY ON THE GREAT PLAINS
Is the Hudson-Meng Bone Bed site one of the most important archaeological discoveries in the world?
BY MONI HOURT
page 19

ARCHAEOLOGICAL CRIME FIGHTERS
Want to solve a crime? Forget TVís CSI. Hire a forensic archaeologist.
BY ELAINE ROBBINS
page 25

EXAMINING THE ABANDONMENT OF THE FOUR CORNERS
Why did the Anasazi leave their homelands in the late 13th century?
BY JULIAN SMITH
page 38

 

 

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