Vol. 14 No. 4 | Winter 2010 – 2011

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    COVER STORY: COPING WITH THE BP OIL SPILL
    Archaeologists are dealing with the challenges posed by the disaster.
    BY KEITH O’BRIEN
    page 18

    A NEW LIFE IN THE NEW WORLD
    Alaska’s Broken Mammoth site is offering a glimpse of the earliest Americans.
    BY NED ROZELL
    page 12

    NAGPRA AT 20
    The Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act was passed 20 years ago. It’s had a huge effect on archaeology, but is it helping or harming the discipline?
    BY MIKE TONER
    page 25

    THE COMPLEXITY OF COLONIAL ENCOUNTERS
    The investigation of the Otstonwakin site is contradicting assumptions about European and Native American interaction.
    BY MICHAEL SIMS
    page 32

    TAKING ON A TEXAS-SIZED PROJECT
    Robert Drolet has investigated more than 50 sites in his long-term project in south Texas.
    BY RICHARD A. MARINI
    page 38