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I have received only three submissions for SAA Current Events Greater Southwest. The deadline for submissions is April 30, 1999. Please pass along this message to colleagues and redistribute it as widely as possible:
http://www.saa.org/Publications/CurrentResearch/index.html Welcome to Current Research! Materials will be updated at midyear and at the end of the year. Contributors should prepare and submit their information, following journal style, to the assistant editor for their region by the end of April and the end of October. Appropriate graphics will be considered. Assistant editors will provide contributors with specific submission instructions for text and graphics. For more information about Current Research, contact the coordinator: Teresita Majewski, Statistical Research , P.O. Box 31865, Tucson, AZ 85751, email@example.com
http://www.swanet.org/discussion/99/42.html Message #42 Date: Mon, 08 Mar 1999 16:45:00 Subject: SAA Current Research Call for Submissions Greater Southwest (Mexico and USA) [ AzTeC / SWA SASIG ] : From: Brian Kenny firstname.lastname@example.org SAA Current Research Materials will be updated at midyear and at the end of the year. Contributors should prepare and submit their information, following journal style, to the assistant editor for their region by the end of April and the end of October. Appropriate graphics will be considered. Assistant editors will provide contributors with specific submission instructions for text and graphics. As Assistant Editor for SAA Current Research -- Greater Southwest -- I ask professionals and avocational archaeologists to carefully note the information provided above. SAA Current Research Editor Terry Majewski has resolved WWW problems with SAA and has made a call for submissions. All persons conducting professional-level archaeological field and laboratory research in the Greater Southwest (Mexico and USA) should submit a current research summary article for publication consideration. Submissions are due NOW and must be received no later than April 30, 1999 at 5:00 pm. 1. Do NOT paste your current research text into the body of your email. 2. Please prepare your CR information in MSWord (.doc), Word Perfect (.wpd), or text (.txt) format. Write a SYNOPSIS of important research work conducted within the past year (Jan 1998 - April 30, 1999). Conclude with on-going or pending research. Data tables, photos and graphics should NOT be included in the body of the text. DO NOT use color text or odd fonts. Keep it "plain vanilla." 3. Submissions may be in English or in Spanish, but you are encouraged to provide your text in in both languages. 4. Please only ONE attachment per E-mail (to allow easier download at my end). Attach your .doc, .wpd, .txt, .jpg, or .gif file to an e-mail and send it to email@example.com. 5. All Photos and graphics should be sent as separate e-mail attachments and should NOT be imbedded within any document. Photos should be in .jpg format and no larger than 75k file size. Graphics should be in .gif format and should be no larger than 75K. 6. In the body of every e-mail (and in the body of each attached text file), clearly state the following information: Name; Company or Institution; Company/Institution mailing address and postal code; Phone/FAX number; website URL; E-mail address; name of attached file; administrative or editorial comment(s). 7. Specify that your submission is for SAA Current esearch, not SWA. Brian Kenny, SAA Current Research, Assistant Editor - Greater Southwest
http://www.sltrib.com/04081999/utah/96384.htm The Tintic Historical Society is celebrating the ethnic heritage of the Tintic Mining District in Juab County. According to the Historical Society, immigrants from more than 21 different countries worked in the area when the mines were operating around the turn of the century.
http://www.trib.com/HOMENEWS/WYO/CanalViolation.html A historical preservation group has met its federal deadline for dismantling a canal it had built to protect a famous fur traders' rendezvous, a county commissioner said. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers gave the 1838 Rendezvous Association until Wednesday to fill in the canal or face enforcement action for violating the Clean Water Act.
http://chicagotribune.com/version1/article/0,1575,SAV-9904080136,00.html At first the idea seemed simple enough: Pull together some historical photos and documents. What the surprised organizers discovered, however, was that there was no historical record of events in the small village of Northfield. There were no archives at the school district, the town has no historical society and nothing was housed at the library.