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Archaeological and Geomorphological Inventory and Evaluation at the Proposed Fort Scott Lake Project, Southeast Kansas (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Larry J. Schmits. James A. Donohue. Rolfe Mandel.

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Archeological Survey of Scotts Bluff National Monument, Scottsbluff County, Nebraska (Draft) (1992)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Caven P. Clark.

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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...


Five Feet High and Rising: Flood Impacts to Archaeological Sites and Response Efforts at Death Valley National Park (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Juanita Bonnifield. Wanda Raschkow. Erin Dempsey. Elizabeth A. Horton. Elaine Dorset.

On 18 October 2015, a severe storm system stalled out over Death Valley National Park resulting in a massive flood. Rushing flood waters heavily damaged roads, utilities, archaeological sites, and buildings. Grapevine Canyon, a major canyon in the northwest portion of the park and home to the historic Scotty’s Castle, was among the areas hit hardest. Post-flood condition assessments on thirty  archaeological sites determined that within the canyon, pre-contact and historical archaeological sites...


International Perspectives on Cultural Parks: Proceedings of the First World Conference (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Judith A. Gamble.

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Phase I, II, and III Archaeological Investigations at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mark J. Wagner. Mary R. McCorvie. Brad Koldehoff. Terrance J. Martin. Kathryn E. Parker.

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The Shipwrecks of Pisa: Management, Professional Optimism, and Bureaucratic Myopia (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Daniel Shoup. Luca Zan.

Between 1998 and 2000 archaeologists discovered nine well-preserved Roman shipwrecks at San Rossore, Pisa, 500m from the leaning tower. Shortly afterward a grand vision for a "museum with three vertices" was articulated: a public excavation area plus a conservation laboratory and museum of Mediterranean navigation, to be constructed in a underused 16th century barracks nearby. But despite urgent conservation needs, neither the public excavation nor the laboratory opened until 2005, while the...