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    COVER STORY: THE POWER OF THE KACHINA TRADITION
    The Pueblo people of the Southwest have engaged in kachina practices for centuries.
    BY TAMARA STEWART
    page 19

    COLONIZING CANADA
    Researchers are fleshing out the sketchy historical accounts of Canada's first English settlement.
    BY ALISON DYER
    page 12

    RESTORING THE GLORY
    Archaeologists and others are working to restore one of Hawaii's most important sites.
    BY MICHAEL BAWAYA
    page 26

    REEXAMINING THE SENECA
    Kurt Jordan's excavation of the White Springs site is contradicting previous conclusions about the Seneca.
    BY RACHEL DICKINSON
    page 32

    UNCOVERING THE CHESAPEAKE'S DEEP PAST
    Maryland's oldest structures are among the amazing discoveries at the Pig Point site.
    BY RACHEL DICKINSON
    page 38
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