Public Interpretation (Other Keyword)

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Archaeology Activities for Upper Elementary Students (1986)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marsha A. Chance.

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Archaeology at Oatlands: The Past, Present and Future of Archaeology at an American Plantation (2020)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lori Kimball. Eric Schweickart.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "Plantation Archaeology as Slow Archaeology" , at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. Oatlands Plantation has been the subject of several archaeological excavations since 1975, ten years after the property was donated to the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Undertaken by a variety of investigators, each using their own set of methods to answer their own set of research questions, these archaeological...


Archaeology, History, and Public Interpretation of a Seventeenth Century Spanish Mission in North Florida (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James J. Miller. Gary Shapiro. John Hann.

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Archeological and Architectural Investigations at Camden Yards, Baltimore, Maryland, Vol. I. (1992)
DOCUMENT Citation Only R. Christopher Goodwin. Kathryn Kuranda. Elizabeth S. Pena. Suzanne L. Sanders. Martha R. Williams.

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The Battle of the Wabash and The Battle of Fort Recovery: Public Interpretation and Education (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Christine Thompson. Kevin Nolan.

Ball State University’s Department of Anthropology has completed six years of archaeological and historical research at the battlefield of the Battle of the Wabash (1791) and the Battle of Fort Recovery (1794), two significant Northwest Indian War battles that took place in present day Fort Recovery, Ohio. Research was funded by multiple National Park Service American Battlefield Protection Program grants. We present the public interpretation results of this research, specifically the use of: 1)...


Davenport Conspiracy (1970)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marshall McKusick.

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The Davenport conspiracy revisited (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marshall Bassford McKusick.

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Eastern Iowa Prehistory (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Duane C. Anderson.

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Establishing a Model for the Public Interpretation of Archaeological Sites (1987)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marsha A. Chance.

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Exploring Iowa's Past: a Guide to Prehistoric Archaeology (1980)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lynn Marie Alex.

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Facilitated dialogue: A new emphasis, or pedagogical shift for the interpretation of cultural heritage sites? (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John Jameson.

Facilitated dialogue (FD) is a communication technique increasingly utilized by professional interpreters to connect and interact with audiences. It is a conversation between individuals in which a facilitator helps to overcome communication barriers regarding an issue of mutual concern. It is designed to join the experiences and expertise of participants to think through the conditions and opportunities necessary to impact the topic or issue discussed. FD is designed to foster an environment...


Florida Archaeology for the Public (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marsha A. Chance.

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Giving Archaeology It’s Space - Digital Public Interpretation at the Josiah Henson Site (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only cassandra michaud.

Montgomery Parks is conducting on-going excavations at the Josiah Henson site in Montgomery County Maryland, once a plantation where Josiah Henson and more than twenty others were enslaved. The historic main house and surrounding 3 acres are being developed into a museum focused on both Henson’s life and the institution of slavery in the county.  While some archaeological interpretation will be incorporated into traditional exhibit design, much of the data collected from excavation will be made...


Introduction To Northwest Archeology (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Duane Anderson.

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Museum-Based Assignments at Strawbery Banke Museum (2020)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Alexandra G. (1,2) Martin. Eleanor Harrison-Buck.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "Public Archaeology in New Hampshire: Museum and University Research" , at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. Strawbery Banke is a 10-acre living history museum in Portsmouth, NH, with nearly 40 extant historic houses. Strawbery Banke archaeologists have been researching the area for over 50 years, assembling a collection of over 1 million artifacts related to the residents of this historic port city. In the spring...


Old Questions, New Direction: Research at Ash Lawn-Highland (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Sara E. Bon-Harper.

As part of Ash Lawn-Highland’s strategic direction, the historic site has undertaken a new phase of research to address lingering mysteries about the standing house and its story as a portion of James Monroe’s 1799 main residence. Addressing the questions involves a multi-disciplinary team and opens the door to the creation of revised public narratives. This paper discusses the points at which uncertainty entered the site’s established narratives, the range of research efforts in the current...


Overwhelmed with Possibilities: A Model for Urban Heritage Tourism Development (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Tristan J. Harrenstein.

The city of Pensacola, FL has been attempting to create a heritage tourism industry for half a century but has never achieved the same level of success of some of the most notable destinations they were trying to emulate. This is, in part, due to a signifiant level of development in the historic district, much of which is now historic as well, combined with an impressively complex history concentrated in a relatively small area. If Pensacola, and any community in a similar sutation, is to...


Roadside America in the West: History along the Mountain Branch of the Santa Fe Trail (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Minette Church.

The highways and byways of the Colorado/New Mexico borderlands are dotted with publicly funded roadside interpretive signs providing a short history of the Mountain Branch of the Santa Fe Trail. The goal of these signs is commemoration and education of the traveling public, yet the facts are questionable and nuances are flattened. Must accuracy be sacrificed to achieve brevity and accessibility? The time has come to challenge the roadside nationalist narrative in favor of one that people who...


Showcasing Archaeology: Public Interpretation at San Luis (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marsha A. Chance.

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Showcasing Archaeology: the Initiation of Public Interpretation at San Luis Archaeological and Historic Site (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marsha A. Chance.

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Stories among the Chiricahua Mountains (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Loa Traxler.

This is an abstract from the "Partners at Work: Promoting Archaeology and Collaboration in the Chiricahua Mountains" session, at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. In collaboration with the National Park Service Southeast Arizona Group, field research by archaeologists, public historians, and students from the University of New Mexico has focused on ways to augment the interpretive programs within the Chiricahua National Monument and Fort Bowie National...