Archeological and Historic Data Recovery Program Fiscal Year 1975


The Secretary’s Report to Congress provides information to several audiences—Congress, the archeological and historic preservation community, and the American public—about the ways that Federal agencies meet the challenges of archeological resource stewardship. While much work remains to be done, the information in these reports demonstrates that Federal agencies are making progress in locating and protecting sites, caring for collections, and initiating public involvement in these activities.

The first report on Federal archeological activities, in FY1975, developed under the 1974 AHPA included a tabulation of projects, contractors, costs, nature of investigations, and stage of project completion for Federal archeological projects.

Cite this Record

Archeological and Historic Data Recovery Program Fiscal Year 1975. Washington, D.C.: National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. 1975 ( tDAR id: 372404) ; doi:10.6067/XCV87080D9

Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 1975 to 1975 (SRC Report Fiscal Year Dates)

Spatial Coverage

min long: -168.398; min lat: 20.303 ; max long: -67.148; max lat: 71.074 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Project Director(s): Rex L. Wilson

Record Identifiers

National Park Service (NPS)(s): FY1975


General Note: For general questions about the Archeology Program and our activities, please email Address for US Postal Service mail: (Be aware that USPS mail in Washington, DC, is irradiated and therefore contents, including photographic film, computer disks, CDs, and some electronic equipment, are sometimes damaged.) Archeology Program National Park Service 1849 C Street, NW (2275) Washington, DC 20240 Location and address for express and overnight mail: Archeology Program National Park Service 1201 "Eye" Street, NW (2275) Washington, DC 20005

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