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Additional Archaeological Assessment of the Fisher River Site (24LN10), Northwestern Montana (1979)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 104359] Tom E. Roll.

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Addressing Anthropogenic Safety Concerns in the Archeological Workplace: A Case Study (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 397326] Steven Katz. Addison Kimmel.

The changing nature of contract and academic archaeology has led to new safety challenges that cannot be addressed simply through adherence to OSHA regulations. In this paper we move beyond the still-relevant environmental safety challenges that were the focus of earlier work on archaeology and workplace safety, and examine anthropogenic safety issues that can commonly arise during fieldwork. We address issues such as potential theft, assault, harassment, uncontrolled animals, as well as the...


The Alexandria Archaeological Protection Code: Managing Archaeology within the Framework of City Development (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 435178] Benjamin A. Skolnik.

Archaeological investigations at 220 S. Union Street are just the first of a series of upcoming excavations along Alexandria’s historic Waterfront. On November 18th, 1989, the City Council of Alexandria, Virginia adopted the one of the first local archaeological protection ordinances in the country, which requires an assessment of the potential archaeological significance prior to "ground disturbing activity" in the City. This framework provides an environment through which Alexandria...


Applying the Principles of MATRIX in the Real World (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 396741] Shereen Lerner.

In 2001, the SAA received a National Science Foundation grant to revise undergraduate archaeology curriculum to reflect the needs of archaeologists in today’s world. As part of this grant, seven principles were developed: (1) discuss the importance of stewardship, (2) take into account the diverse pasts of stakeholders, (3) articulate the social relevance of the past, (4) include a consideration of archaeological ethics and values, (5) teach effective written and oral communication, (6) provide...


Archaeological Activities In Montana, 1975 Field Season (1975)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 79294] John H. Brumley.

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Archaeological and Historical Values In the Calamity Jane Reservoir Locality, Yellowstone and Stillwater Counties, Montana (1975)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 79353] Leslie B. Davis.

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Archaeological Heritage as State Nuisance: Object Lessons From Accidental Burial Discoveries (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 396054] Neal Ferris.

State control of archaeology has tended to originate from the agendas of archaeologists - altruistic, capitalistic, and entirely self-serving. This has framed practice as aiding and abetting State processes and societal differentials that play out over land and resource consumption. Despite this, a chronic phenomenon of this process is the need to resolve unmarked burial discoveries. These occurrences are typically achieved within vague regulatory frameworks, and often lack direct State...


Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Little Mountain Area, Big Horn County, Wyoming (1976)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 105049] Thomas K. Larson. George M. Zeimens. Danny N. Walker. Nedward Frost. Caryl Simpson.

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Archaeological Records Review and Phase I Field Reconnaissance for the Gerald Driscoll Site, Illinois Pcs Site #IA-S151-343A, 20076 US Highway 151, Dubuque County, Iowa (2000)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 341923] Andrew V. Martin.

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Archaeological Records Review and Phase I Field Reconnaissance for the Greenfield "A"-Griffith Site, Illinois Pcs Site #IA-061-355, 13781 190th Street, Louisa County, Iowa (2000)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 341679] Andrew V. Martin.

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Archaeological Records Review and Phase I Field Reconnaissance for the Greenfield-Anderson Site, Illinois Pcs Site #IA-061-351, 1575 Underwood Road, Muscatine County, Iowa (2000)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 341683] Andrew V. Martin.

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Archaeological Records Review and Phase I Field Reconnaissance for the Koutny Site, Illinois Pcs Site#IA-151-339B, Alderman Road, Linn County, Iowa (2000)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 341285] Andrew V. Martin.

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Archaeological Records Review and Phase I Field Reconnaissance for the Thomas P. Miller, Etal Site, Illinois Pcs Site #IA-061-314, 4168 Peru Road, Dubuque County, Iowa (2000)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 341922] Andrew V. Martin.

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Archaeological Records Review and Phase I Field Reconnaissance for the William Heir Etux Site, Illinois Pcs Site #IA-151-344A, 6797 Ryan Road, Dubuque County, Iowa (2000)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 341597] Andrew V. Martin.

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Archaeological Resource Management and the National Park Service: Historical Perspective, Current, and Future Challenges (2016)

DOCUMENT [ID: 403555] Francis McManamon.

The stewardship of archaeological monuments and sites began even before the NPS was created. In the US some of these early efforts occurred at sites that later would become part of the National Park system. The management of archaeological resources has become more scientific and systematic since its earliest days, but we still learn from past efforts and codify what works into contemporary practice. Current efforts focus on the maintenance and protection of archaeological resources; improving...


Archaeological Survey and Analysis of the Gulf Interstate Engineering Company F.M.C. Pipeline Project, Southwestern Wyoming (1974)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 104626] Charles M. Love.

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Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Gaffney Sewer Improvements (1977)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 197542] Richard F. Carrillo. Susan H. Jackson.

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Archaeological Survey Report On a Proposed Limestone Mine In Laramie County, Wyoming (1975)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 104912] Danny Walker. Tom Larson. George Zeimens.

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Archeological Survey of the Dein Tract, Washington County, Nebraska (1991)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 79354] John R. Bozell.

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Beach ridges, sand dunes and buried sites : Recent CRM Investigations at Inverhuron, Ontario (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 397637] Peter Timmins.

In the 1950s avocational archaeologist Fritz Knechtel discovered several important archaeological sites near Inverhuron Bay, Ontario, on the eastern shore of Lake Huron. Early professional investigations were conducted by Tom Lee and J.V. Wright of the National Museum of Canada and Walter Kenyon of the Royal Ontario Museum. In 2014 a proposed infrastructure project provided an opportunity to re-locate and test several of Knechtel's sites. This paper presents the results of this project and...


The Best Kept Secrets in Archaeology: The numbers no one knows, but everyone talks about. (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 434077] Doug Rocks-Macqueen.

How many professional archaeologists are there? How much do they make? How many women are archaeologists? Where do they work? It has been 20 years since the data to answer these questions was gathered through a survey and published in the report The American Archaeologist: A Profile by Melinda A. Zeder. However, there has yet to be a follow up project. Our only profile of professional archaeologists is arguably out of date, signficantly. This paper uses a variety of different data sources to...


Beyond the Technical Report: Building public Outreach into Compliance-Driven Projects, A Case Study from Sandpoint Idaho (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 434970] Mary Petrich-Guy. Mark Warner.

From 2005 to 2008 archaeologists conducted the largest excavation in the state of Idaho's history in the small north Idaho town of Sandpoint.  The excavations were a prelude to the construction of a byway through the city's former historic core by Idaho's Department of Transportation. Despite not being able to conduct a public program during the excavations, project archaeologists were subequently able to create a number of outcomes derived directly from the excavations that were ultimately...


Binghamton University and the NYSDOT: A Focus on Research and Outreach (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 404335] Nina Versaggi.

For over 40 years, the Public Archaeology Facility, Binghamton University (SUNY) has benefited from an uninterrupted relationship with the New York Department of Transportation through projects administered by the NYS Education Department & New York State Museum. This started out as a non-competitive partnership with some SUNY campuses but became a competitive bidding situation about 20 years ago. The underlying principles of the contract call for a research focus that makes archaeological...


The Challenges of Dealing with Multiple Sets of Human Remains in the Cultural Resource Management Setting where Tribal Resources are Limited (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 431470] Patricia Powless.

Over the past few years, I have had the opportunity to excavate a couple of large sites in California, working on behalf of a developer to keep their project in compliance with their permit. In conjunction, I also worked with the local tribe to resolve their burial issues with each excavation. During these two excavations, I have had to opportunity to observe the challenges that the tribe encountered when dealing with fast-paced cultural resource management (CRM) projects where burial retrieval...


Chibariyo! Navigating Cultural Resources Compliance on U.S. Military Installations in Japan (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 404378] Alex Sweeney. Kara Bridgman Sweeney.

Following World War II, the U.S. established military bases throughout Japan. Multiple cultural resources investigations have since been conducted at many of these facilities in compliance with applicable U.S. federal laws and regulations, the Government of Japan’s laws, and guidelines outlined by U.S. Forces Japan. Success in these projects required meetings with various stakeholders, including the Prefectural and local municipal Boards of Education in Honshu and Okinawa, Japan. These...

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