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The Conservation of the Kennewick Man

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On July 24, Arizona residents will be able to learn about the Kennewick Man conservation project first-hand from one of team members, Dr. Nancy Odegaard of the University of Arizona and Arizona State Museum.

American Archaeology Magazine: 10 Most Interesting Stories Of 2015

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American Archaeology Magazines' Top 10 Articles Of 2015 The end of the year is a time for, among other things, top 10 lists. Here, in no particular order, is my list of the 10 most interesting North American archaeology articles, both news and features, that appeared in American Archaeology in…

The Story of Kennewick Man

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Winter 2014: The Story of Kennewick Man By David Malakoff On a warm July day in 1996, Will Thomas and Dave Deacy, two college kids, were watching some speedboat races on the Columbia River near Kennewick, Washington, when they came upon a startling sight: a human skull lying in the shallow…

The Fates Of Very Ancient Remains

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SUMMER 2017: By Mike Toner  To some Native Americans, the repatriation and reburial of very ancient human remains is simple justice. To many archaeologists and other scientists, it’s akin to reburying the Rosetta stone. “Every burial is a potential loss for science to learn about America’s past and for Native…

The Conservation of the Kennewick Man

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Dr. Odegaard will be visiting the Verde Valley Archaeology Center to conduct a conservation assessment of the Center on a grant from the National Institute for Conservation.  While in Camp Verde for this assessment, she has agreed to give a presentation on the conservation aspects of the Kennewick Man project.…

American Archaeology’s Ten Most Interesting Articles Of 2017

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As editor, I chose these amazing archaeology stories from the pages of American Archaeology magazine because each of them stood out for 2017 in some way—from the highly-disputed contention that humans occupied southern California 130,000 years ago, to the famous aviator Charles Lindbergh’s role in aerial archaeology, to the remarkably…

Books Reviewed

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Author, Title --- Volume(Issue): Page Number A Adams, E. Charles Homol'ovi: An Ancient Hopi Settlement Cluster 2002 6(3):48 Adovasio, J.M. and Page, Jake The First Americans: In Pursuit of Archaeology's Greatest Mystery 2002 6(4):52 Adovasio, J.M. and Pedler, David Strangers in a New Land: What Archaeology Reveals About the First…

American Archaeology Summer 2018 is Here!

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The most recent issue of American Archaeology Magazine, SUMMER 2018, is now available! COVER: Kin Kletso is one of Chaco Canyon’s great houses. Evidence indicates that gambling could have played an important role in the lives of Chacoans. CREDIT: James Q. Jacobs Articles: WHEN THE GAMBLER CAME TO CHACO BY…

Vol. 10 No. 4 | Winter 2006 – 2007

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53 10 4win06 07singleslr pdf american_archaeology_back_issues 2006 2 1476380675 fc51ca7c952b172ea1107597e416512e 5a3f69baebda66771f14b14a21ce29c77e18b16dcc9bee42393ea1aac2defea3 jpg_thumb 221x300 jpg vol no 4 winter 2007 2014 05 21 15 44 strong the evolution of warfare researchers are tracing fascinating development organized by julian smith page 19 prisoners war david bush has spent years learning about living…

Man Mound Day

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Join in celebrating this spectacular Effigy Mound created by the Native Peoples of Wisconsin approximately one thousand years ago. 2014 marks the 155rd anniversary of the first measuring and mapping of the Man Mound by William Canfield and the 106th anniversary of the preservation of the Man Mound, the only…