Vive La Belle BY ELIZABETH LUNDAY
Due to a long and extraordinary project, the remnants of La Salle’s 17th-century vessel have been preserved. Now the ship is being reconstructed.
From Atlatls to Arrows BY MIKE TONER
The introduction of the bow and arrow in ancient North America had huge consequences.
Searching For The Origins of Pueblo Culture BY TAMARA STEWART
The Dillard site is revealing evidence of Pueblo culture’s beginnings.
Celestial Timing Keeping BY DAVID MALAKOFF
The movement of celestial bodies helped ancient people track time.
The Search for Moho BY CHARLES C. POLING
In 1541, Coronado led an attack on a Native American pueblo the Spanish called Moho. Historical accounts of this important battle’s location are vague, but several researchers, all focused on different sites, believe they’ve found it.
point acquisition: Conservancy to Acquire Its Largest Preserve In the East
Queen Esther’s Town and several other sites will be saved.
COVER: Peter Fix (foreground) and Jim Bruseth reassemble the hull timbers of
La Belle, the ship of the French explorer Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle.
CREDIT :George Ramirez