Vol. 3 No. 3 | Fall 1999

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    A LAND LEFT BEHIND
    New efforts are underway to examine and preserve the relatively unspoiled pueblo communities of New Mexico's Galisteo Basin, one of the best pictures of Spanish-Indian contact found anywhere in the United States.
    BY NANCY HARBERT
    page 18


    DEAD MEN DO TELL TALES
    The examination of human remains is a powerful tool for learning about the past. Today's osteologists, facing both social and political pressures, hope to educate the public about the importance of skeletal studies in modern archaeology.
    BY BLAKE EDGAR
    page 11


    HISTORY IN THE TRENCHES
    Dozens of archaeological sites and excavations have shaped the evolution of American archaeology over the past century. In this special feature we profile five of them, plus another five to watch in the 21st century.
    BY ROB CRISELL
    page 22