Vol. 7 No. 1 | Spring 2003

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    A STOCKADE OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL RICHES
    More than 50 years of research have made Fort Vancouver a major archaeological site.
    BY DENNIS JOHNSON
    page 30


    DEFINING THE CADDOAN CULTURE
    Archaeologists agree that the Caddo were a complex and powerful people. But they disagree about several other characteristics of these little-studied people.
    BY RACHEL FEIT
    page 12

    A FIRST LOOK AT PARCHMAN PLACE
    A remarkably well-preserved Mississippian mound site is professionally excavated for the first time.
    BY MICHAEL FINGER
    page 20


    ENGAGING THE PUBLIC
    The Center for American Archeology strives to convey the excitement of the science to the public.
    BY KERRY ELDER
    page 26


    A NEW ARCHAEOLOGICAL TRADITION
    Archaeological investigations are being enriched by Native American oral tradition.
    BY LEORA BROYDO VESTEL
    page 39