Vol. 14 No. 2 | Summer 2010

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    AN EXAMINATION OF SLAVERY
    Archaeologists are studying changes in slaves' lives in the Caribbean and the United States.
    BY MICHAEL BAWAYA
    page 12

    EXPLORING THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF NORTH DAKOTA
    Remnants of native villages, trading posts, forts, battle sites, and beautiful landscapes await.
    BY LAURIE DONOVAN
    page 19

    A HOHOKAM HYBRID?
    The Hohokam and Patayan came together at southwest Arizona's Gillespie Dam site. Researchers are learning the consequences of their interaction.
    BY DAVID MALAKOFF
    page 27

    COPING WITH THE GREAT RECESSION
    Archaeology is suffering due to the bad economy.
    BY PAULA NEELY
    page 34

    A LATE STARTER AND A TRAILBLAZER
    Kathleen Gilmore refused to let a late start diminish her archaeological accomplishments.
    BY ELIZABETH LUNDAY
    page 40