SYNOPSIS: .....the culture known today as Choaco ...carefully and patiently uncovered to reveal answers to many questions about lifestyle....
Hopi Indian woman making pots in the same way as it has been done for centuries...various views of pottery
G.V. Reporter standing in the ruins
G.V. Bulldozer at work on site:- digging out pottery
C.U. Dr Stephen Leblanc, archaeologist,
G.V. Men on site in Phoenix, Arixona (KAET TV Newstape) carefully sifting through their finds
G.V. area where raiders have taken pottery
Pan collection of pots on show
G.V Excavation site from which the pots came
C.U. Terry Reedhead, who believes pot-hunting can be in the public interest
G.V Leblanc handling pots and doing research
C.U. Patterned pottery
G.V. Desert landscape pan to site
Stills of freelance pothunters who were among the first to be convicted under the new law (party due to these photographs)
G.V. sit and Police Chief, Ivan
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Background: SYNOPSIS: .....the culture known today as Choaco ...carefully and patiently uncovered to reveal answers to many questions about lifestyle....
....to become a national monument for the public to see and enjoy....
....archaeological sites are irreplaceable....and they contain a very great amount of information of Man's history....
...There is a tough new law now protecting finds on public and Indian reservation....