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    NOT JUST ANOTHER ROADSIDE ATTRACTION
    Exciting finds near Tucson, Arizona - part of a contract excavation preceding a highway improvement project - have confirmed that at least one group of hunter-gatherers was settling down to farm 1,000 years before the Hohokam.
    BY MARK MURO
    page 10


    THE TALE OF TWO CITIES
    Historical archaeologists in Maryland comb the fields of St. Mary's City and the historic district of Annapolis, using artifacts and architectural features to tell the story of a dawning in America.
    BY JULIE GAMMILL GIBSON
    page 17


    ARKANSAS' CULTURAL CROSSROAD
    Volunteers and archaeologists working at the Menard-Hodges site, a Conservancy preserve, and its adjacent site, Lake Dummond, search for evidence of the Arkansas Post.
    BY MICHAEL RAY TAYLOR
    page 24