The SAA Archaeological Record November 2011 : Page 1
the archaeological record SAA A The Magazine of the Society for American Archaeology Volume 11, No. 5 November 2011 Editor’s Corner In Brief f Letter to the Editor 2 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 15 17 Paul Welch Jeanne Lopiparo Nancy Gonlin Lee Rains Clauss Christopher Andres, Eric Bartelink, Mark Hill, Heather Lapham, Mary Ann Levine, and Sarah McClure Ian Burrow Dana Lepofsky Guest Editor: Bernard K. Means 21 24 27 Danny N. Walker George M. Crothers Victoria G. Dekle Jane Eva Baxter Tobi A. Brimsek Annual Meeting: No Cause for Blues in Memphis Annual Meeting: Memphis in 2012! Careers in Archaeology: Archaeology: Community College Style Volunteer Profile Putting the Power Back in PowerPoint: A Guide for Student (and Non-Student) Presenters Continuing Professional Education in Archaeology: A New Program “Everyone Loves Archaeology”: Bridging Communities through Archaeological Research special forum: new deal archaeology part ii New Deal and River Basin Survey Archaeology at Fort Laramie National Historic Site William S. Webb’s WPA Archaeological Legacy in Kentucky: From Adena to Indian Knoll New Considerations of Old Distributions: Site Occupations at the Deptford Site (9CH2), Chatham County, Georgia Preston Holder on the Georgia Coast, 1936–1938 The Legacy of Lilly, Black, and the WPA at Angel Mounds near Evansville, Indiana 30 34 Kevin Kiernan Timothy E. Baumann, G. William Monaghan, Christopher Peebles, Charla Marshall, Anthony Krus, and Joel Marshall ﬁnancial statements positions open news & notes calendar 40 42 43 43 On the cover: Glenn A. Black and Ely Lilly (center image, l-r) organized and directed the WPA excavations at Angel Mounds near r Evansville, Indiana from 1939 to 1942. The surrounding images are from the WPA work at Angel Mounds including from the top the 1941 Mound F excavation exposing the primary mound surface, opening a large area across a palisade ridge, exposing several l bastions along the east village, and a close-up of the WPA crew atop Mound F in 1941. Thomas Boyd (front row, third from the right) is still living at 92 in Evansville and is the last surviving WPA crew member from Angel Mounds. Courtesy of the Glenn A. Black k Laboratory of Archaeology and the Trustees of Indiana University.
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