The SAA Archaeological Record May 2011 : Page 1
the archaeological record SAA A The Magazine of the Society for American Archaeology Volume 11, No. 3 May 2011 Editor’s Corner From the President Volunteer Profile In Memoriam: Dee Ann Storey 2 3 4 5 6 8 16 22 Linda S. Cordell Andrea Cooper, with an introduction by Renata Wolynec Jocelyn A. Bernatchez and Curtis W. Marean Meg E. Stewart and Lucille L Johnson Jane Eva Baxter Fred Limp Caryn Berg An Etching, Not a Painting or a Medal: The Obscure A. V. Kidder Award 2010 Gene Stuart Award Winning Article: Embracing Archaeology (reprinted from American Archaeology ) Total Station Archaeology and the Use of Digital Photography The Excavation is the Classroom SPECIAL FORUM: NEW DEAL ARCHAEOLOGY Guest Editor: Bernard K. Means Archaeology and the New Deal: How Roosevelt’s “Alphabet Soup” Programs Continue to Influence Archaeology Today The Future Meets the Past: Digital Mapping of New Deal Archaeology Projects across the Lower 48 States Edward Kennard, the Federal Writers’ Project, and Public Archaeology A New Archaeology in the New Deal: The Rise of Historical Archaeology in the 1930s Correspondence among Colleagues: WPA Archaeology in Letters Report from the SAA Board of Directors SAA Annual Business Meeting 2011 Award Recipients positions open news and notes calendar Correction, March 2011 issue : the caption for the image in the bottom right corner on the cover was incorrect. The correct caption is as follows: “Ribbon cutting” ceremony to announce The Nature Conservancy’s purchase of 3000 acres at Old Cahawba. From Left to right: Chris Oberholster, director of The Nature Conservancy of Alabama; Yusuf Salaam, State Legislator; Linda Derry, Director of Old Cahawba Archaeological Park; Barnett Lawley, Direc-tor of the Alabama Department of Conservation; and Kim Ballard, Dallas County Probate Judge. 28 Bernard K. Means 29 34 38 42 Bernard K. Means Gloria Everson Benjamin C. Pykles Lynne P. Sullivan and Bobby R. Braly 47 50 53 59 59 60 On the cover: WPA crew at work on the Harmon Creek site (40BN8), Benton County, Tennessee. The site was being excavated in advance of the ﬂooding of the Tennessee Valley Authority's Kentucky Lake reservoir (Photo courtesy of the Frank H. McClung Museum, the University of Tennessee) Tennessee).
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