The most recent issue of American Archaeology Magazine, Winter 2018-19, is now available!
- COVER: These are three of the amazing items discovered by archaeologists who excavated Key Marco in southwest Florida in 1896. These fragile items are thought to be somewhere between 500 and 1,500 years old.
- CREDIT: Department of Anthropology, Smithsonian Institution. Photo by Lucia RM Martino. Catalog #A240915, A240424, and A240203
THE MAGNIFICENT ARTIFACTS OF KEY MARCO BY TAMARA JAGER STEWART
A number of remarkably well-preserved item speak to ancient life in southwest Florida.
DEALING WITH THE FUNDING CRISIS BY DAVID MALAKOFF
Archaeologists are resorting to different methods to fund their research.
THE OTHER BONAPARTE BY GAYLE KECK
In 1815 Napoleon’s brother, Joseph, fled to the United States, where he lived regally. Archaeologists have been investigating his estate to learn about his life here.
PHYSICAL AND SPIRITUAL HEALTH BY MIKE TONER
The practice of health care goes back centuries.
THE END OF SLAVERY IN NEW YORK BY DAN FERBER
Archaeologists are investigating how people in Albany made the transition from enslavement to freedom in the nineteenth century.
A CONSERVATION COLLABORATION
The Conservancy joins forces with other organizations to preserve Ja Mar site.
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Browse Articles Excerpts from our last issue, FALL 2018.