20.4 Winter 2016-17

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    REDISCOVERING THE ALAMO BY RICHARD A. MARINI
    An archaeological project is playing an important role in an effort to make this iconic site more interesting to tourists.

    A SENSE OF PLACE BY MIKE TONER
    A Hohokam rock art study takes the unusual approach of examining not only the images, but also their surroundings.

    A NEW VIEW OF MOUNDVILLE BY ALEXANDRA WITZE
    For years this Mississippian site was thought to be a political capital, but recently some
    researchers have arrived at a different conclusion.

    FINDING LUNA BY TAMARA J. STEWART
    Archaeologists have recently discovered the first permanent European colony along Florida’s Gulf Coast.

    HOW WERE THE AMERICAS COLONIZED? BY DAVID MALAKOFF
    Experts are struggling to develop a plausible colonization model from the latest archaeological and genetic evidence.

    new acquisition
    EARLY LIFE IN THE AMERICAN BOTTOM
    The McCarty Mound could offer a glimpse of the American Bottom’s prehistory.

    new acquisition
    MAKING MEYER POTTERY
    The Meyer Pottery Kiln contains information about nineteenth- and twentieth-century ceramics production.
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