Vol. 6 No. 2 | Summer 2002

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    THE AMAZING TALE OF THE MIAMI CIRCLE 
    The long, hard struggle to preserve a famous archaeological site.
    BY MICHAEL BAWAYA
    page 12


    AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL TOUR IN ARIZONA 
    Our summer travel special explores the spectacular sites between Phoenix and Flagstaff.
    BY DAVID GRANT NOBLE
    page 20


    EXAMINING THE FORT ANCIENT
    Archaeologists are learning about this prehistoric culture by excavating and reconstructing its settlements.
    BY ROB DAUMEYER
    page 27


    EXCAVATING THE GOLD RUSH SHIPS
    The vast fleet of ships that came to San Francisco 150 years ago became part of the city’s infrastructure. Several of them have been found in the strangest places.
    BY LEORA BROYDO VESTEL
    page 33


    POINT FUND-RAISING COMPLETED
    Due to the generosity of members and donors, funds have been raised to match the $1-million challenge grant that launched the program.
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