Ancient Cultures: North American
At least 1,200 years old, New Mexico's Acoma Pueblo remains a touchstone for a resilient indigenous culture
May 2008 | By David Zax
Some 200 Native American languages are dying out and with them valuable history
October 31, 2007 | By Robin T. Reid
Archaeologists cheered when Waldo Wilcox's vast spread was deeded to the state of Utah, believing that it holds keys to a tribe that flourished 1,000 years ago - and then mysteriously vanished.
March 2006 | By Keith Kloor
Who roamed the Colorado Plateau thousands of years ago? And what do their stunning paintings signify?
March 2005 | By Kurt Repanshek
Toward the end of the 13th century, something went terribly wrong among the Anasazi. What awful event forced the people to flee their homeland, never to return?
July 2003 | By David Roberts
Everything old is news again
July 2003 | By Carey Winfrey
In the deserts of the Southwest, pothunters are stealing a priceless heritage of ancient Native American art
September 2001 | By Kent Black
Archaeological research at Cliff Palace resumes after 80 years. Surprises are the order of the day
February 1999 | By David Roberts
For archaeologists, the proof is in the pudding or rather, in the agave, cactus and other goodies
November 1997 | By Jake Page
In 1890, Carl Lumholtz pushed into Mexico, on a search for the ancient culture now known as the Anasazi. Instead, he found the Mogollon
November 1996 | By David Roberts