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September/October 1995 13(4)


"......computer graphics techniques make it possible to incorporate the display of


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artifact distributions in the structural and environmental context of site architecture..."


TABLE OF CONTENTS

2. Editor's Corner

3. Letters to the Editor

4. Report from the Executive Board

5. Census Update

6. 1995 SAA Award Recipients

7. Point-Counterpoint -- Historic Preservation

8. Committee on Native American Relations


Special Section: ArchaeoPolitics

9. Preserving and Strengthening our National Archaeological Program

10. The First Session of the 104th Congress

11. Forecasting Archaeology's Political Future

12. Changing Times for Government Affairs


13. Briefings

14. Point-Counterpoint -- Site File Databases and GIS Systems

15. Creating Cultural Resource Data Layers: The Nebraska GIS Project, Part I

16. Creative Solutions for Restructuring American Archaeology: A Summary

17. Student Affairs Committee

18. A Virtual Computer Imaging Technique for Archaeological Research

19. Exchanges -- Archaeology in Ecuador

20. COSWA Corner

21. Insights -- The Case for CRM Training in Academic Institutions

22. 60th Annual Business Meeting

23. News and Notes

24. Positions Open and Wanted

25. Calendar


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