Vol. 9 No. 3 | Fall 2005

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    MESA VERDE’S PREHISTORIC HYDROLOGISTS
    Cliff dwellings weren’t the only remarkable things the Anasazi made at Mesa Verde.
    BY TAMARA STEWART
    page 36

    EXAMINING JEFFERSON’S RETREAT
    A long-term investigation of Poplar Forest shows that Thomas Jefferson didn’t merely relax there.
    BY COLLEEN P. POPSON
    page 12

    THE WORLD IN A WHELK SHELL
    The Southeastern Ceremonial Complex Conference is providing scholars an unusual opportunity to interpret Mississippian art.
    BY ELAINE ROBBINS
    page 19

    INVESTIGATING THE EVOLUTION OF THE PERIPHERAL HOHOKAM
    Research at the Marana Mound site has changed the thinking about where large Hohokam settlements were located.
    BY ADELE CONOVER
    page 25

    CONFRONTING A CONUNDRUM
    Can technological advances help archaeologists solve a 40-year-old mystery?
    BY RACHEL DICKINSON
    page 31