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1930 Employment 1980: Humanistic Perspectives on the Civilian Conservation Corps in Colorado (1981)

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1981 Report On the Development of Methods For the Conservation of Pueblo Indian Mural Paintings in the American Southwest (1982)

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33 Soil Conservation Structures On Fort Carson Military Reservation (1987)

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3D Digitization of Archaeological Artifatcts in Conservation (2016)

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At the Conservation Research Laboratory at Texas A&M University, recent projects have all implemented some form of 3D modeling of artifacts as part of the documentation process for either before treatment, after treatment, or both.  The logistics of the implementation of 3D modeling as a standard documentation technique for every artifact in a collection can be daunting, especially when dealing with untreated waterlogged artifacts that must remain wet before conservation. This paper discusses...


5 Soil Conservation Service Dam Locs Dona Ana & Sierra Counties (1976)

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6 Draws & Watersheds West TX. & NM For Soil Conservation Service, TX (1974)

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90 Years of Archeology and Historic Preservation (1996)

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This is an introduction to three articles (Bill Lipe, Caroline Zander, and Francis P. McManamon) commemorating the important contributions to United States archeology and historic preservation and a brief overview of the Antiquity's Act. The Antiquities Act set aside archeological sites on the public lands of the United States for special protection as public resources of significance and value to every American. The Antiquities Act aimed to ensure that the commemorative value, history, and...


Abstract: Management and Conservation of Historic and Archaeological Resources in Alaska (1971)

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Acetone / Rosin Method for Conservation of Waterlogged Wood (1972)

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Additional Water Structure 2G Near Chimayo, NM For Soil Conservation Service (1979)

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The African American Cemetery at Catoctin Furnace: Bridging the Past and the Future (2016)

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The Catoctin African American Cemetery is the resting place of at least 50 individuals who labored at Catoctin Furnace and its surrounding community from the 1770s to the 1840s. Many of these men and women were enslaved workers, while others were possibly part of the free black population that also lived and worked at the furnace. In 2014, an ambitious project to preserve, protect, and interpret the cemetery was launched. Documentary research, forensic analysis, and geophysical investigations...


Aggressive Field Lab (1979)

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Alaska's Plan for Management and Conservation of Heritage Resources 1973-1983: the Inventory (1974)

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Alaska's Plan for Management and Conservation of Heritage Resources 1973-1983: the Inventory [Cultural Resource Management] (1978)

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American Society for Conservation Archaeology Proceedings 1986 (1987)

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Amity Watershed Project, United States Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service (1975)

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Ancient DNA and Historical Ecology: An Innovative Approach to Environmental Conservation (2017)

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It is now generally accepted that humans are the primary drivers of environmental change; virtually no ecosystem has escaped our influence. With increasing awareness of the impact of humanity on the biosphere, researchers have begun to focus on understanding, protecting and perpetuating biological diversity at all scales and levels of biological organization. One of the best ways to understand current and future anthropogenic impacts on biodiversity is by studying their effects in the past....


Annual Report 1983, Institute of Archeology and Anthropology, University of South Carolina (1984)

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Anthony Shoals: a Preliminary Feasibility Study On Its Use As a Conservation Park and Water Access Site By the Department of Natural Resources (1975)

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The Antiquities Act

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This project includes documents related to the history and historical background of the Antiquities Act and its implementation during the century since its enactment. The Antiquities Act was signed into law in 1906 by President Theodore Roosevelt. The history of American conservation often is told in terms of legal milestones, and rightly so. An environmental activist working to expand a local park, a historic preservationist trying to save a cherished old building, a volunteer working on a...


The Antiquities Act - Setting Basic Preservation Policies (1996)

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On June 8, 1906, 90 years ago, President Theodore Roosevelt signed into law the Antiquities Act. This law was intended to protect archeological sites on the public lands of the United States as resources of significance and value to every American. The goal was to preserve historic, scientific, commemorative, and cultural values embodied in archeological sites for present and future generations of Americans. As one means of commemorating the anniversary of this important statute, this article...


The Antiquities Act and National Monuments: A Progressive Conservation Legacy (1999)

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The Antiquities Act of June 8, 1906, may be the most important piece of preservation legislation ever enacted by the United States government. Although its title suggests a limited focus on archeological matters, in practice the law became a cornerstone of preservation in the federal system. By allowing Presidents extraordinary power to preserve cultural and “scientific” features on public land, it created a mechanism for rapid decisionmaking concerning the disposition of federal lands. The...


The Antiquities Act and the Acreage Debate (2006)

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June 8 of 2006 marked the centennial of the Antiquities Act —a law that, by any standards, is a landmark in the history of U.S. land management policies. There was a sweeping application of this act in the late 1970s that reserved a huge amount of acreage, and generated as large an amount of controversy. Questions arose, therefore, about the roots of that controversy, and whether the actions taken regarding Alaska were unique. The Antiquities Act’s second section provides for the U.S. president...


The Antiquities Act of 1906 and the Hidden Treasures of the American West (2008)

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This is a two page overview of the Antiquities Act by the Wilderness Society.. Since Congress passed the Antiquities Act in 1906, presidents—Republicans and Democrats alike—have used the Act more than 100 times to preserve some of our most spectacular and historically important public lands. Although its title suggests a focus on archaeology (ruins, petroglyphs, etc.), the Antiquities Act gives the president the power to protect all forms of American history – natural, scientific, and...


Antiquities Act: An Act for the Preservation of American Antiquities (1906)

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This is a copy of the Antiquities Act

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