Vol. 3 No. 4 | Winter 1999 – 2000

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    TRAFFICKING IN TREASURES
    As archaeologists work to stop the artifact trade, looters fear for their profits, responsible collectors for their avocation.
    BY MARIA BRADEN
    page 18


    TWENTY YEARS OF SAVING SITES
    A few people joined forces two decades ago with the goal of preserving archaeological sites. They, and others, have accomplished much in that time.
    BY DAVID GRANT NOBLE
    page 11


    THE SHORT DRAMATIC LIFE OF MISSION SAN LUIS
    Though it only lasted 48 years, San Luis was one of the most important Spanish missions in Florida. The long-term excavation there is yielding important information about Spanish and Apalachee contact.
    BY ANDI REYNOLDS
    page 26