Vol. 11 No. 1 | Spring 2007

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    SHELTER FROM THE PREHISTORIC STORM
    People used the Bonneville Estates Rockshelter for thousands of years. Archaeologists are learning what they did there.
    BY KURT REPANSHEK
    page 26

    EXPLAINING THE PHENOMENON OF CAHOKIA
    Archaeologist Tim Pauketat believes that charismatic leaders played an essential role in the creation of Cahokia.
    BY JOHN CARLTON
    page 12

    ANCIENT ENVIRONMENTALISTS
    Archaeologists believe we can learn how to sustain our endangered coastal ecosystems by uncovering the past.
    BY MICHAEL SIMS
    page 19

    THE DIFFICULTIES OF DEACCESSIONING
    Museums and archaeologists are faced with the problem of how to dispose of unwanted archaeological items.
    BY TONY REICHHARDT
    page 32

    EXAMINING A MYSTERIOUS MOUND-BUILDING CULTURE
    An investigation of the Feltus Mounds is giving researchers a glimpse of the Coles Creek people.
    BY CRAIG GUILLOT
    page 38