Society for American Archaeology

Volumne 18 March 2000
No. 2

". . . In the shadow of Phoenix there lies a rough landscape of mesas and deep canyons rich in archaeological treasures; distinctive art etched into boulders and cliff faces; and stone masonry pueblos, once inhabited by several thousand people centuries ago. As the suburbs of Phoenix creep ever closer to this space, we act to protect history and heritage. For America's families, we designate this land the Agua Fria National Monument. "

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The SAA Bulletin (ISSN 0741-5672) is published five times a year and is edited by Mark Aldenderfer, with editorial assistance from Karen Doehner. Deadlines for submissions are: December 1 (January), February 1 (March), April 1 (May), August 1 (September), and October 1 (November); send to SAA Bulletin, Dept. of Anthropology, UC­Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA 93106-3210. For information, call (805) 893-8604, (805), fax (805) 893-8707, or email Manuscript submission via email or by disk is encouraged. Advertising and placement ads should be sent to SAA headquarters, 900 Second St. NE #12, Washington, DC 20002, (202) 789-8200. Associate editors include Kevin Pape [Insights, (513) 287-7700], Kurt Dongoske [Working Together, (520) 734-2441], Teresa Hoffman [PEC (602) 894-5477], and John Hoopes [Networks, (785) 864-4103], and Jose Luis Lanata (southern cone contact, and Emily McClung de Tapia (Mexico and Central America contact, Inquiries and column submissions should be addressed directly to them. The SAA Bulletin is provided free to members and institutional subscribers to American Antiquity and Latin American Antiquity worldwide. The SAA Bulletin can be found in gopher at, and on the web at Items published reflect the views of the authors and publication does not imply SAA endorsement. Copyright © 1999 by the Society for American Archaeology. All rights reserved.