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Despite their critical importance, the care and management of archaeological collections has not always been at the forefront of the discipline’s overall methodology or federal and state regulations that are intended to mitigate harm to those resources. A seminal paper by Marquardt et al. (1982) argued for the existence of a crisis in the curation of archaeological collections. Marquardt, et al. (1982) as well as Childs (1995, 2003) and Sonderman (1996) highlight the ethical responsibility to...
After Excavation, Then What (1978)
Archaeological - Historical Resources Assessment of Area Proposed for Construction of Facilities For Fire Protection Services and Sheriff's Curation Services (1976)
Archaeological Curation and Collections Management Plan for the Green Mountain and Finger Lakes National Forest (1995)
An Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessment for Fort Bliss, Texas (1996)
An Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessment for Fort Irwin, Naval Air Station, North Island, Edwards Air Force Base, Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, Technical Report No. 5 (1997)
An Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessment for Fort Riley, Kansas (1996)
An Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessment for Headquarters Air Combat Command, Technical Report No. 10, Volume 1 (1996)
An Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessment for the Legacy Resource Management Program (1999)
An Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessment for the U.S. Air Force, Air Mobility Command, Technical Report No. 6 (1995)
During the fall of 1993, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Louis District, Mandatory Center of Expertise for the Curation and Management of Archaeological Collections (MCX) conducted a survey of archaeological collections and associated documentation generated from archaeological investigations conducted on 13 U.S. Air Force, Air Mobility Command (AMC) installations. Only four—Charleston Air Force Base (and its sub-installation, North Auxiliary Field), South Carolina; Dover Air Force Base,...
An Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessment of Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida (1996)
Archaeological Laboratory and Curation Facilities (1979)
Archaeological Laboratory and Curation Facilities (1979)
An Archaeological Monitoring and Discovery Plan for the Stapley Drive Conduit and Fiber Optic Cable, University to McKellips, City of Mesa Project 00 - 09 (2002)
This report presents a monitoring and data recovery plan for the proposed Stapley Drive Conduit and Fiber Optic Cable Project, City of Mesa Project Number 00-44. The Stapley Road Conduit and Fiber Optic Project will create moderate subsurface impacts through the excavation of a utility trench along a 2-mile right-of-way. The area was previously developed and is currently a major traffic corridor in the City of Mesa. The Stapley Road Conduit and Fiber Optic is being funded by federal CMAQ...
Archaeological Testing Plan for Salt River Project Kyrene Expansion Project (2000)
This document presents an archaeological testing plan for the Salt River Project's Kyrene Expansion located in Tempe, Arizona. Prior to the construction a new generating station, Salt River Project has requested that archaeological testing be conducted. The purpose of testing is to determine if buried cultural resources are present, and, if they are found, to evaluate them in terms of their preservation, extent, and potential to yield information that can contribute to existing knowledge of the...
An Archaeology Curation-Needs Assessment of Military Installations in Selected Eastern States, Vol. 1 (2000)
Between May 1997 and September 1999, personnel from the U.S. Army Engineer District, St. Louis conducted curation needs assessments at all active military installations in Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. Over 6,000...
Archeological Collections Management at Sagamore Hill National Historic Site (1990)
Archeological Collections Management at the Springfield Armory National Histoic Site, Massachusetts (1990)
An Archeological Curation-Needs Assessment for the U.S. Navy, Engineering Field Activities, West and Northwest, Naval Facilities Engineering Command: Technical Report No. 9 (1997)
Archeology and the Federal Government (1994)
This is a special issue of the National Park Service's journal, CRM, articles in this issue provides information about federal agencies' archeological activities in parks and other federal lands, Indian tribes, states, local governments and the private sector. This special issue of CRM magazine focuses on the protection and management of archeological sites, collections, and data. The National Strategy for Federal Archeology encompasses public education and participation, public use of the...
Assessment of Potential Archaeological Collections Facility Sites at Eaker Air Force Base, Blytheville, Arkansas (1998)
Assessment of Potential Archaeological Collections Facility Sites at Edwards Air Force Base (1998)
Best Practices for Good Digital Curation (2015)
Archaeology is awash in digital data. Archaeologists generate large numbers of digital files in their field, laboratory, and records investigations. We use digital mapping, digital photography, digital means of data analysis, and our reports are drafted and produced digitally. Good curation of digital data provides easy means by which it can be discovered and accessed, as well as ensuring that it is preserved for future uses. In many ways the planning for and carrying out good digital involves...
Bring Out Your Dead: Pondering Passenger Pigeons (and Projectile Points) While Building Digital Type Collections at the Virtual Curation Laboratory (2015)
With support from the Department of Defense's Legacy Program, I am working with undergraduate students in the Virtual Curation Laboratory to create digital type collections of chipped stone tools and zooarchaeological elements. These efforts include scanning stone tools from classic projectile point guides at the New York State Museum (Ritchie's "Typology and Nomenclature of New York Projectile Points") and the Research Laboratories of Archaeology at UNC-Chapel Hill (Coe's "Formative Cultures...
Bureau of Land Management Museum Collections: Select Status Report (1998)