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Winter 2002-2003
Vol. 6 No. 4

THE BEGINNINGS OF AMERICA
The investigation of Jamestown is attempting to tell the story not only of the first permanent English settlement in America, but of the genesis of the nation itself.
BY MICHAEL BAWAYA
page 12

PUZZLING OVER PAA-KO
How did Spanish colonization affect this New Mexico pueblo? An excavation is providing some answers.
BY NANCY HARBERT
page 20

ARCHAEOLOGICAL MAPPING ISN’T WHAT IT USED TO BE
Various technological advancements are resulting in dramatic changes.
BY REED KARAIM
page 27

REDISCOVERING THE EAST ST. LOUIS MOUNDS
This Cahokia outlier was thought to have been destroyed. But an archaeologist with a keen eye discerned evidence of it in the neighborhoods of this city.
BY JOHN G.CARLTON
page 34

RIVERBOAT ARCHAEOLOGIST
Former businessman C. B. Moore plied the rivers of the Southeast to become an archaeological pioneer.
BY TAMARA STEWART
page 41

 

 

 

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