Vol. 4 No. 4 | Winter 2000 – 2001

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    FISHING IN THE DESERT
    When a vast lake suddenly formed in their desert and then gradually evaporated, the Cahuilla people were forced to adapt.
    BY RICK DOWER
    page 20


    DISCOVERING AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL TIME CAPSULE
    Archaeologist Jeffrey Brain is excavating Popham Colony, an undisturbed site as old as Jamestown and in some ways more important.
    BY LANCE TAPLEY
    page 12


    OF MOUNDS AND MYSTERIES
    Archaeologists have been working for years at Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site to better understand the remarkable Mississippians.
    BY JOHN G. CARLTON AND WILLIAM ALLEN
    page 27


    A CULTURAL AFFILIATION CONTROVERSY
    Chaco Culture National Historical Park has determined the Navajo are culturally affiliated with the Anasazi. Some Native Americans and archaeologists strongly disagree.
    BY JOANNE SHEEHY HOOVER
    page 34