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Annual Report to Congress on the Federal Archaeological Program FY1983 and FY1984 (1986)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Archeological Assistance Division.

This report was prepared for the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee and the House Interior and Insular Affairs Committee of the United States Congress. It was prepared pursuant to section 5(c) of the Archeological and Historic Preservation Act of 1974: (Public Law 93-291; 74 Stat. 220; 16 U.S.C. 469-469c) and section 13 of the Archaeological Resources Protection Ac.t of 1979 (Public Law 96-95; 93 Stat. 721; 16 U.S.C. 470aa). Under these Acts, the Secretary of the Interior is directed...


Archeological and Historic Data Recovery Program Fiscal Year 1975 (1975)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: Shelby Manney

The Secretary’s Report to Congress provides information to several audiences—Congress, the archeological and historic preservation community, and the American public—about the ways that Federal agencies meet the challenges of archeological resource stewardship. While much work remains to be done, the information in these reports demonstrates that Federal agencies are making progress in locating and protecting sites, caring for collections, and initiating public involvement in these...


Archeology and the United States Federal Government (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Francis McManamon. George S. Smith.

Written by Francis P. McManamon and George S. Smith, this paper focuses on the development and organization of the Federal Archeology Program under the National Historic Preservation Program. Beginning in the early nineteenth century, the United States government became concerned for the preservation of important archeological properties - leading to the development of the Federal Archeology Program and a wide range of agencies and activities at the national, state and local levels. McManamon...


Federal Archaeological Programs and Activities: The Secretary of the Interior's Report to Congress FY1987 (1993)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Francis McManamon. Patricia C. Knoll. Ruthann Knudson. George S. Smith. Richard C. Waldbauer.

This document, the Secretary of the Interior's report to Congress on Federal archeological activities, is prepared for the Secretary by the Departmental Consulting Archeologist, Archeological Assistance Program, National Park Service (Knudson and McManamon 1992). The report is required by Section S(c) of the Archeological and Historic Preservation Act of 1974 (AHPA; P.L. 93-291, 16 USC 469-469c) and Section 13 of the Archaeological Resources Protection Act of 1979 CARP A; 16 USC 470aa-470mm), as...


The Federal Archaeology Program: Report to Congress for FY1988 and FY1990 (1995)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Ruthann Knudson. Francis McManamon. J. Emlen Myers. National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior.

The 1974 AHPA required the Secretary of the Interior to report to Congress on the Federal archeological activities authorized by that act; this requirement was expanded by ARPA in 1979 and its amendments in 1988 (Figure 1.4). Preparation of the report data, evaluations, and recommendations provides each involved agency and the Secretary the opportunity to communicate to Congress and agency heads the values and needs of the Federal archeology program. The NPS prepared such reports for a few...


The Federal Archaeology Program: Report to Congress FY1996 and FY1997 (1999)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Daniel Haas.

The archeological record--what has been left behind by those who came before--is a vast store of knowledge about our diverse cultural heritage. That record is fragile and irreplaceable, constantly undergoing changes from cultural and natural processes that threaten the valuable information it contains. Our knowledge of the past depends on how well we preserve and investigate this wealth of information. The American people have charged their government with preserving an estimated 6 to 7...


Federal Archaeology: The Current Program FY1985 and FY1986 (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Bennie C. Keel. Francis McManamon. George S. Smith.

This report is prepared by the National Park Service (NPS) at the direction of the Secretary of the Interior for the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee and the House Interior and Insular Affairs Committee of the United States Congress, pursuant to Section 5(c) of the Archeological and Historic Preservation Act of 1974 (AHPA) and Section 13 of the Archaeological Resources Protection Act of 1979 (ARPA). In addition the report provides information about the wide range of Federal...


The Goals and Accomplishments of the Federal Archeology Program: The Secretary of the Interior's Report to Congress on the Federal Archeology Program, 1998-2003 (2009)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: Francis McManamon

Report summarizes information about archeological activities reported by Federal agencies for the years 1998-2003. Chapters discuss agency archeological investigations, public education and outreach programs, the curation of Federal archeological collections, and the protection of public archeological resources.


Report on the Federal Archaeology Program FY1991-FY1993 (1997)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Daniel Haas.

The Secretary of the Interior's Report to Congress on the Federal archeology program (SRC) describes the activities and accomplishments of the Federal archeology program between FY 1991-1993. The U.S. Congress requires this report to assess the impact of Federal programs and activities on the nation's archeological heritage. It is required under the Archeological and Historic Preservation Act of 1974 (ARPA) which provides for the preservation of historical and archeological data that might be...


The Secretary of the Interior's Report to Congress on the Federal Archeological Program, 2004-2007 (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

Report summarizes information about archaeological activities reported by Federal agencies for the years 2004-2007. Chapters discuss agency archaeological investigations, public education and outreach programs, the curation of Federal archaeological collections, and the protection of public archaeological resources.


Secretary of the Interior's Reports to Congress on the Federal Archeological Program
PROJECT Archeology Program, National Park Service.

This project contains copies of each The Secretary of the Interior reports to Congress about the archaeological activities and programs carried out or contracted for by federal agencies.The reports covers activities to recover, protect, and preserve archaeological sites, collections, and data. The Secretary's Report to Congress on the Federal Archeology Program provides yearly overviews of the range of activities undertaken by agencies as part of the programmatic Federal stewardship of...


Secretary of the Interior's Reports to Congress on the Federal Archeology Program--Overview (2011)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Archeology Program-NPS.

This document is a copy of the general information about the U.S. Secretary of the Interior's Reports to Congress (SRC) on archaeological activities by federal agencies. There are a number of federal agency programs and activities that affect the nation's archeological heritage. The report covers activities to recover, protect, and preserve archeological sites, collections, and data. The Secretary's Report to Congress on the Federal Archeology Program provides an overview of the range of...


The Secretary of the Interior’s Report to Congress on the Federal Archeology Program (1992)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Ruthann Knudson. Francis McManamon.

Comprehensive reports about specific types of nationwide activities performed by a variety of government agencies can support agency-specific as well as synergistic interagency resource management programs and initiatives. They can be used to develop public and congressional support for activities and funds. Developing such reports is a tremendous administrative and logistical challenge requiring interaction among the corporate cultures of the involved agencies, all of which have varying...