The most recent issue of American Archaeology Magazine, SUMMER 2017, is now available!
- COVER: In 1929, Charles and Anne Lindbergh photographed Pueblo del Arroyo, a great house in Chaco Canyon.
- Credit: Lindbergh Collection, MIAC/Lab MIAC Cat. # 70.1 / 149
CHARLES LINDBERGH’S LITTLE-KNOWN PASSION BY TAMARA JAGER STEWART
The famous aviator made important contributions to aerial archaeology.
COMITY IN THE CAVES BY JULIAN SMITH
Sixteenth-century inscriptions found in caves on Mona Island in the Caribbean suggest that the Spanish respected the natives’ religious expressions.
A TOUR OF CIVIL WAR BATTLEFIELDS BY PAULA NEELY
These sites serve as a reminder of this crucial moment in America’s history.
CURING THE CURATION PROBLEM BY TOM KOPPEL
The Sustainable Archaeology project in Ontario, Canada, endeavors to preserve and share the province’s cultural heritage.
THE FATES OF VERY ANCIENT REMAINS BY MIKE TONER
Only a few sets of human remains over 8,000 years old have been discovered in America. What becomes of these remains can vary dramatically from one case to the next.
THAT PLACE CALLED HOME
Dahinda Meda protected Terrarium’s remarkable cultural resources for decades. Now the Conservancy will continue his work.
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