THE ANTIQUITIES ACT A CENTURY OF AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY HISTORIC PRESERVATION AND NATURE CONSERVATION

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The Antiquities Act

Author : David Harmon
ISBN : 0816525609
Genre : Nature
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The origins of the Antiquities Act / Ronald F. Lee -- Edgar Lee Hewett and the politics of archaeology / Raymond Harris Thompson -- John F. Lacey : conservation's public servant / Rebecca Conard -- Landmark decision : the Antiquities Act, big-stick conservation, and the modern state / Char Miller -- Showdown at Jackson Hole : a monumental backlash against the Antiquities Act / Hal Rothman -- President Carter's coup : an insider's view of the 1978 Alaska monument designations / Cecil D. Andrus and John C. Freemuth -- The Antiquities Act and the exercise of presidential power : the Clinton monuments / Mark Squillace -- Antiquities Act monuments : the Elgin marbles of our public lands? / James R Rasband -- The foundation for American public archaeology : section 3 of the Antiquities Act of 1906 / Francis P. McManamon -- The Antiquities Act and historic preservation / Jerry L. Rogers -- The Antiquities Act at one hundred years : a Native American perspective / Joe E. Watkins -- The Antiquities Act and nature conservation / David Harmon -- The Antiquities Act meets the Federal Land Policy and Management Act / Elena Daly and Geoffrey B. Middaugh -- Co-managed monuments : a field report on the first years of Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument / Darla Sidles and Dennis Curtis -- Application of the Antiquities Act to the oceans : something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue / Brad Barr and Katrina Van Dine -- The Antiquities Act : a cornerstone of archaeology, historic preservation, and conservation / David Harmon, Francis P. McManamon, and Dwight T. Pitcaithley -- Appendix: essential facts and figures on the national monuments.
Category: Nature

Transforming Archaeology

Author : Sonya Atalay
ISBN : 9781315416519
Genre : Social Science
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Archaeology for whom? The dozen well-known contributors to this innovative volume suggest nothing less than a transformation of the discipline into a service-oriented, community-based endeavor. They wish to replace the primacy of meeting academic demands with meeting the needs and values of those outside the field who may benefit most from our work. They insist that we employ both rigorous scientific methods and an equally rigorous critique of those practices to ensure that our work addresses real-world social, environmental, and political problems. A transformed archaeology requires both personal engagement and a new toolkit. Thus, in addition to the theoretical grounding and case materials from around the world, each contributor offers a personal statement of their goals and an outline of collaborative methods that can be adopted by other archaeologists.
Category: Social Science

Dam Projects And The Growth Of American Archaeology

Author : Kimball M Banks
ISBN : 9781611321746
Genre : History
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This book examines the profound impacts of the Smithsonian Institution's River Basin Surveys and the Interagency Archeological Salvage Program (1945?1969) on the development of American archaeology.
Category: History

New Perspectives In Cultural Resource Management

Author : Francis P. McManamon
ISBN : 9781317327349
Genre : Social Science
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New Perspectives in Cultural Resource Management describes the historic developments, current challenges, and future opportunities presented by contemporary Cultural Resource Management (CRM). CRM is a substantial aspect of archaeology, history, historical architecture, historical preservation, and public policy in the US and other countries.? Chapter authors are innovators and leaders in the development and contemporary practice of CRM.? Collectively they have conducted thousands of investigations and managed programs at local, state, tribal, and national levels. The chapters provide perspectives on the methods, policies, and procedures of historical and contemporary CRM. Recommendations are provided on current practices likely to be effective in the coming decades.
Category: Social Science

Archaeology In Society

Author : Marcy Rockman
ISBN : 1441998810
Genre : Social Science
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The practiceof archaeology has many different facets: from academia, to government, tocultural resource management, to public media. Considering the place of archaeology in society means understanding the rolesthat archaeology has in the present day and a sense of the contributions thatit can make in each of these areas, both now and in the future. Archaeologistscome to the field to pursue a variety of interests: teaching, examininghistory, preserving the environment, or studying a specialized time period orinterest. The outside world has a number of other expectations of archaeology:preservation, tourism, and education, to name but a few. From a broad and varied background, the editors have compiled a rare group ofcontributors uniquely qualified to address questions about the current state ofarchaeology and its relevance in society. There is no single answer to thequestion of how the field of archaeology should develop, and what it can do forsociety. Instead,the authors in this volume lay out the many ways in which archaeology isrelevant to the present day - considering, for example, climate change, energyexploration, warfare, national identity, the importance of stories and how theyare told, and how and why opportunities to engage with the past throughmuseums, digs, television, classes, and the print media have the formsthey currently do - creating a state-of-the-art tool for archaeologists, policymakers and the public alike to understand the work of many in the fieldand address the challenges we all face.
Category: Social Science

Archaeology In America An Encyclopedia 4 Volumes

Author : Linda S. Cordell
ISBN : 9780313021893
Genre : Social Science
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The greatness of America is right under our feet. The American past—the people, battles, industry and homes—can be found not only in libraries and museums, but also in hundreds of archaeological sites that scientists investigate with great care. These sites are not in distant lands, accessible only by research scientists, but nearby—almost every locale possesses a parcel of land worthy of archaeological exploration. Archaeology in America is the first resource that provides students, researchers, and anyone interested in their local history with a survey of the most important archaeological discoveries in North America. Leading scholars, most with an intimate knowledge of the area, have written in-depth essays on over 300 of the most important archaeological sites that explain the importance of the site, the history of the people who left the artifacts, and the nature of the ongoing research. Archaeology in America divides it coverage into 8 regions: the Arctic and Subarctic, the Great Basin and Plateau, the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains, the Midwest, the Northeast, the Southeast, the Southwest, and the West Coast. Each entry provides readers with an accessible overview of the archaeological site as well as books and articles for further research.
Category: Social Science

Decolonizing Museums

Author : Amy Lonetree
ISBN : 9780807837528
Genre : Social Science
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Museum exhibitions focusing on Native American history have long been curator controlled. However, a shift is occurring, giving Indigenous people a larger role in determining exhibition content. In Decolonizing Museums, Amy Lonetree examines the complexities of these new relationships with an eye toward exploring how museums can grapple with centuries of unresolved trauma as they tell the stories of Native peoples. She investigates how museums can honor an Indigenous worldview and way of knowing, challenge stereotypical representations, and speak the hard truths of colonization within exhibition spaces to address the persistent legacies of historical unresolved grief in Native communities. Lonetree focuses on the representation of Native Americans in exhibitions at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian, the Mille Lacs Indian Museum in Minnesota, and the Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture and Lifeways in Michigan. Drawing on her experiences as an Indigenous scholar and museum professional, Lonetree analyzes exhibition texts and images, records of exhibition development, and interviews with staff members. She addresses historical and contemporary museum practices and charts possible paths for the future curation and presentation of Native lifeways.
Category: Social Science

A Place To Remember

Author : Robert Archibald
ISBN : 0761989439
Genre : History
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In this call for better public history, Robert Archibald explores the intersections of history, memory and community to illustrate the role of history in contemporary life and how we are active participants in the past.
Category: History

Visitor Impact Monitoring

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ISBN : MINN:31951P01067904S
Genre : Conservation of natural resources
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Category: Conservation of natural resources