Society for American Archaeology 15(3)

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May 1997


The Winner -- 1997 Archaeology Week Poster Contest

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Tennessee Archaeology Awareness Week

Recent archaeological work at The Hermitage has focused on the everyday life of the Jacksons and their slaves.



TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editor's Corner

Seattle Meeting: The Early Bird...

Letters to the Editor

Introducing Our New Associate Editor

Archaeopolitics

In Brief...

Maps to Assist Native American Consultation

ROPA Proposal Moves Toward Membership Vote in the Fall

Proposal for the Establishment of ROPA

ROPA Comments from the Membership

Insights -- Hard Hat Archaeology

Current Research is Returning...On the Web

Seattle: A Model Environment for the 1998 Meeting

Seattle: Posters Please!

Report from the SAA Executive Board

SAA 62nd Annual Business Meeting

1997 SAA Award Recipients

Archaeology Week Poster Contest

Interface -- ProbeCorder: Pen-based Computing for Sediment Profile Recording

Rehue: Cultural, Dinamico, y Noticioso

The World Wide Web: It's Not Just for Surfing Anymore

Working Together -- Time, Trust, and the Measure of Success: The Nevada Test Site Cultural Resources Program

Franklin Fenenga, 1917-1994

Publicly Relating: Notes from the Public Relations Committee

Public Education Committee

Books Received

News and Notes

Positions Open

Calendar


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