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    American Archaeology Magazine Fall 2014, VOL 18, NO 3
    COVER FEATURE: AN ECHO OF THE MIAMI CIRCLE

    BY MICHAEL BAWAYA

    Development confronts historic preservation in Miami.

    page 39


    IS IT REALLY PRE-CLOVIS?

    BY JULIAN SMITH

    If most Paleo-Indian scholars accept a pre-Clovis occupation of the Americas, why do they accept so few pre-Clovis sites?

    page 12


    LIFE BACK THEN

    BY MIKE TONER

    A new model of archaeological inquiry strives to reveal the details of ancient life.

    page 20


    RETHINKING SPIRO MOUNDS

    BY ELIZABETH LUNDAY

    A renowned Spiro scholar has changed his interpretation of this important site. A new excavation could prove him right or wrong.

    page 26


    SEARCHING FOR DE SOTO

    BY KRISTIN OHLSON

    Historical accounts state that the Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto led a large expedition through what is now the Southeastern U.S. Archaeologists have been searching for evidence of his journey with remarkably little success.

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