Vol. 11 No. 2 | Summer 2007

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    BEFORE AND AFTER COLUMBUS
    The Taino were the first Native Americans Columbus encountered in the New World. Who were these people and how were they affected by contact?
    BY MIKE TONER
    page 31

    UNCOVERING BASQUES IN CANADA
    It was known that the Basques hunted whales in northeast Canada in the early 1500s. But archaeologists are learning that they stayed longer and engaged in more activities than was previously thought.
    BY DAVID MALAKOFF
    page 12

    SEARCHING FOR PIRATES
    Investigations at several sites are informing archaeologists about the life of pirates.
    BY TONY REICHHARDT
    page 18

    A ROCK ART REVOLUTION
    Rock art research has existed on the fringe of mainstream archaeology. But due to advances in dating, new interpretations, and other factors, its value is increasing.
    BY TAMARA STEWART
    page 24

    THE HISTORY AND BEAUTY OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
    Our summer tour takes you to this fascinating region.
    BY DOUGLAS GANTENBEIN
    page 37