Vol. 9 No. 2 | Summer 2005

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    DISTINCTIONS WITH A DIFFERENCE
    The Mandan and Hidatsa tribes were once thought to be indistinguishable. A series of archaeological investigations has revealed a number of differences.
    BY SALLY BELL
    page 26

    GRAVING YARD, GRAVEYARD
    A badly needed construction project resulted in the desecration of a Native American graveyard. How did it happen?
    BY DOUGLAS GANTENBEIN
    page 12

    ON THE TRAIL OF THE IROQUOIS
    Our summer travel special takes you on a memorable tour of upstate New York and Ontario, Canada.
    BY RACHEL DICKINSON
    page 19

    INVESTIGATING THE PUEBLO REVOLT
    Native Americans successfully revolted against the Spanish in 17th-century New Mexico. Archaeology is helping researchers understand this event.
    BY JULIAN SMITH
    page 33

    THE OLDEST RITUAL?
    Did ritual activity take place in southern Mexico more than 9,000 years ago? Mesoamerican scholars disagree.
    BY ANDREW LAWLER
    page 39