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Tribal Elders and Leaders Share Information on How to Visit with Respect
Dear Friends, Archaeology Southwest wrapped up our 2020–2021 Archaeology Café series last Tuesday, and now we’ll be taking the summer off. (Not really. Our field school students show up soon.) The miracle of Zoom made for a successful and varied set of talks by Archaeology Southwest staff ...
Chocolate in the Southwest by AD 800?
Chocolate in the Southwest by AD 800? They were humble farmers who grew corn and dwelt in subterranean pit houses. But the people who lived 1200 years ago in a Utah village known as Site 13, near Canyonlands National Park in Utah, seem to have had at least one indulgence: chocolate. Researchers repo...