American Archaeology Magazine Winter 2014-15, VOL. 18 NO. 4
COVER FEATURE: THE STORY OF KENNEWICK MAN
BY DAVID MALAKOFF
A new book tells the tale of the famous ancient skeleton.
REMEMBERING THE LATTIMER MASSACRE
BY BRUCE BEANS
An archaeological project has uncovered evidence of one of the country’s largest labor massacres.
BY LIZZIE WADE
An investigation of a Teotihuacan suburb is yielding insights into daily life in this ancient metropolis.
A HOPEWELL WOODHENGE
BY DAVE GHOSE
Archaeologists are learning that the Hopewell, who are known for their earthen architecture, apparently made extensive use of wood as well. This discovery could change interpretations of Hopewell sites.
QUESTIONING CONVENTIONAL WISDOM
BY KRISTIN OHLSON
Recent research at the Biesterfeldt site in North Dakota could overturn assumptions that have existed for decades.