Vol. 8 No. 4 | Winter 2004 – 2005

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    LIFE UNDER SIEGE
    The difficult tale of near constant conflict is being told by the investigation of an 18th-century Spanish presidio in Texas.
    BY ELAINE ROBBINS
    page 20

    MAKING PREHISTORIC MUSIC
    Research indicates that the Anasazi played an amazing variety of instruments, and that music played an important role in their culture.
    BY JOANNE SHEEHY HOOVER
    page 12

    CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF PRESERVATION
    The Archaeological Conservancy has saved numerous sites since its modest beginnings.
    BY KATHLEEN BRYANT
    page 27

    RESISTING REMOVAL
    The federal government removed many Native Americans from their lands in the early 19th century. But some Native Americans resisted removal. Archaeologist Mark Schurr is discovering how they did it.
    BY CLIFF TERRY
    page 33

    A PASSPORT TO THE PAST
    Throughout the country, volunteers are taking part in archaeological investigations as a result of the Forest
    BY SUSAN G. HAUSER
    page 39