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    ARCHAEOTOURISM
    A major project by the government of Belize aims to boost tourism while preserving the Maya’s handiwork.
    BY MICHAEL BAWAYA
    page 12


    AN ATTEMPT AT UTOPIA?
    The historical record indicates Feltville was a 19th-century utopian community. An archaeological investigation is challenging that notion.
    BY DEBRA GALANT
    page 20


    THE POTENTIAL THREAT OF A-76
    What are the consequences of a Bush administration initiative to outsource federal archaeology jobs?
    BY ELIZABETH WOLF
    page 27


    A CLOSE LOOK AT GEOGLYPHS
    These fascinating images, found in the Western desert, are believed to be as much as 12,000 years old.
    BY TAMARA STEWART
    page 32


    THE PRESERVATION OF SHERWOOD RANCH PUEBLO
    Preservation is a crucial, if challenging, component of archaeology. The Conservancy used its expertise to protect this Mogollon site.
    BY KATHLEEN BRYANT
    page 38