Society for American Archaeology 14(1)

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January/February 1996 14(1)


A Paperless Approach Toward Field Data Collection: An Example from the Bronx


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

2. Interface--A Paperless Approach Toward Field Data Collection

3. Editor's Corner

4. NAGPRA Rule Published

5. Letters to the Editor

6. Report from the SAA Executive Board

7. Archaeopolitics

8. Exchanges--Archaeology in the Guianas

9. COSWA Corner

10. Point/Counterpoint--More on TCPs and Section 106

11. Working Together--Cisco's Ko'an: Educating Archaeologists about Indigenous Peoples' Self-Determination

12. Insights--Rethinking Archaeological Mitigation

13. Taxonomic Identifications and Faunal Summaries: What Should We Be Including in Our Faunal Reports?

14. A Victory for Rock Art in Portugal

15. ARPA Violator Draws Record Sentence

16. Lava River Cave Looters Convicted

16. News and Notes

17. Positions Open

18. Calendar


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