Vol. 11 No. 4 | Winter 2007 – 2008

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    WATERLOGGED WONDERS
    A large portion of the Pacific Northwest’s ancient material culture was extremely perishable. But the exceptional preservation of the Mud Bay site has allowed archaeologists to recover such amazing items as 700-year-old basket fragments.
    BY DOUGLAS GANTENBIEN
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    ARCHAEOLOGY FROM THE SKIES
    Aerial photographer Adriel Heisey displays his passion for photographing archaeological sites.
    page 20

    A PICTURE OF ANCIENT LIFE AND DEATH
    An excavation in Ohio offers insights into the Woodland peoples.
    BY KRISTIN OHLSON
    page 28

    WHERE THE BISON ROAMED
    Archaeologists are studying how Paleo-Indians and later people hunted bison and other game at the Lubbock Lake Landmark.
    BY MARLENA HARTZ
    page 34

    A PASSION FOR FIELDWORK
    Legendary archaeologist Cynthia Irwin-Williams overcame obstacles to make her mark in the field.
    BY TAMARA STEWART
    page 40