Vol. 17 No. 1
COVER FEATURE: MUSEUMS UNDER THE SEA
BY MICHAEL BAWAYA
Historic shipwreck sites in the Dominican Republic and other countries are being turned into underwater museums to stop treasure hunters.
DIGGING UP GEORGE WASHINGTON
BY DAVID MALAKOFF
The archaeological record is revealing important information about our first president.
BY NANCY ZIMMERMAN
Around A.D.1300 Ancestral Puebloans began using more, and different, colors. Archaeologists are trying to understand what caused this.
FINISHING THE JOB
BY SUSAN CABA
Archaeologists are working to finish a significant project some 50 years after it began.
WHERE THE PREHISTORIC BUFFALO ROAMED
BY MIKE TONER
Some researchers believe that the study of ancient faunal remains should inform contemporary wildlife management decisions.