Society for American Archaeology 14(5)

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November 1996


"One of the comments that I have heard from tribal representatives in the past is: What does archaeology do for us? The visitors we had last summer expressed a sincere interest in our work, but I know we could be doing more and doing it more effectively. Every year adds another dimension of collaboration."

photo of White Mountain Apache cultural advisors
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

2. Editor's Corner

3. Erratum

4. Letters to the Editor

5. 9,300-Year-Old Skeleton Sparks Controversy

6. Human Remains Reported to be 9,730 Years Old

7. Archaeopolitics

8. Notes from the Public Relations Committee

9. Archaeology at the International Science and Engineering Fair

10. Student Affairs--Getting Graphic! Making an Effective Poster

11. Archaeology Education Coordinator Pilot Project

12. Madeline D. Kneberg Lewis, 1903 - 1996

13. In Memory of Tedd McCann

14. SAA Obituary Policy and Procedures

15. Interface--Art and Archaeology Technical Abstracts

16. Working Together--The Archaeological Field School in the 1990s

17. Insights--The Business of Archaeology

18. Spirited Debate and Southern Hospitality in Nashville

19. Fiscal Year 1996 Financial Statement

20. News and Notes

21. Positions Open

22. Calendar


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