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Archaeology Southwest's Statement on Televised Treasure Hunting
March 1, 2012 Here at Archaeology Southwest, we were deeply dismayed to learn that the National Geographic Channel and Spike TV are airing two new reality series that promote the willful destruction of our shared heritage. We brought this disappointing news to Southwest Archaeology Today readers ea...
The Center for Desert Archaeology is Now Archaeology Southwest
Editor's Note The Center for Desert Archaeology is now Archaeology Southwest. We’ve changed our name, but not the important work we do. Southwest Archaeology Today continues to bring you the latest news in regional archaeology every Monday morning. Let us know what you think of our fresh look! Th...
Fort Sill Apache Tribe Wins Right to Establish Reservation in New Mexico
Fort Sill Apache Tribe Wins Right to Eastablish Reservation in New Mexico More than 125 years after the surrender of renowned Apache leader Geronimo scattered tribal members across the Southwest, the Fort Sill Apache have won the right to establish a reservation on homelands in southern New Mexico....
Obama's Budget Once Again Calls for the Elimination of Federal Heritage Programs
Obama's Budget Once Again Calls for the Elimination of Federal Heritage Programs Yesterday, President Obama sent his 2012 budget proposal to Capitol Hill, delivering a painful blow to preservationists: Two federal grant programs, Save America's Treasures and Preserve America, were eliminated, sla...