17.4 Winter 2013-14

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    American Archaeology Magazine Winter 2013-14
    COVER FEATURE: THE GAMES PEOPLE PLAYED

    BY ALEXANDRA WITZE

    What did ancient people do once the day’s work was done? They played games.

    page 12


    REINTERPRETING AN ANCIENT ISLAND

    BY LINDA MARSA

    A research project on California’s Santa Catalina Island is using ethnographic evidence and sophisticated technology to develop new interpretations of the island’s past.

    page 19


    LIFE IN THE WORLD’S LARGEST PRISON CAMP

    BY MIKE TONER

    Archaeologists are discovering what took place in Camp Lawton, a huge Civil War prison.

    page 24


    WHEN COPPER WAS KING

    BY CHRISTIE BLECK

    The Cliff Mine in Michigan’s remote Upper Peninsula triggered a copper boom in the mid-19th century. Archaeologists are investigating the mine to understand how it happened.

    page 32


    THE BEST OF HER PROFESSION

    BY KRISTIN OHLSON

    Linda Cordell excelled at many things during her long career in archaeology.

    page 39

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