Vol. 15 No. 4 | Winter 2011 – 2012

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    COVER STORY: THE 2012 PHENOMENON
    The Maya long count calendar is said to end in 2012. Did they really see this as the end of time?
    BY MICHAEL BAWAYA
    page 12

    INVESTIGATING THE FREMONT
    An archaeologist was so concerned about an endangered Fremont site that she bought it. Now she takes her time excavating it.
    BY KURT REPANSHEK
    page 20

    REVEALING THE PAST THROUGH DNA
    The relationship between Native Americans and DNA researchers is improving, which has lead to important discoveries about the settlement of the New World.
    BY DAVID MALAKOFF
    page 26

    REDISTRIBUTING THE CEREMONIAL WEALTH
    Archaeologists believe the Little League site served an unusual purpose.
    BY JENNIFER WEEKS
    page 33

    THE DEAN OF TEXAS ARCHAEOLOGY
    Dee Ann Story made her mark in a profession dominated by men.
    BY KRISTIN OHLSON
    page 39