Vol. 3 No. 1 | Spring 1999

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    THE QUEST FOR LEWIS AND CLARK
    Archaeologists at Oregon's Fort Clatsop and a remote site near Great Falls, Montana, search for conclusive evidence of Lewis and Clark and the famed Corps of Discovery.
    BY CAROLYN M. BUAN
    page 10


    SEEDS OF CHANGE
    Kentucky rockshelters may offer new clues about the origins of agriculture in eastern North America, but vandalism and illegal digging are taking their toll.
    BY MARIA BRADEN
    page 17


    INTO THE GREAT UNKNOWN
    Before it was cattle land or a prospective coal mine, today's Grant Staircase-Escalante National Monument was a lonely wilderness for wandering Archaic hunters and bands of Anasazi and Fremont.
    BY JIM HUFFMAN
    page 22


    DIGGING UP MYSTERIES
    Novelist Tony Hillerman discusses issues of archaeology and ethnology on the 10th anniversary of his acclaimed mystery, A Thief of Time.
    BY ROB CRISELL
    page 29