The Vermont State Historic Preservation Office's Guidelines for Conducting Archaeology in Vermont and Appendices
Author(s): Giovanna Peebles
People have lived in Vermont for over 12,000 years. The vast majority of that history is unwritten and becomes known only through the archaeological record. Most often, archaeological investigations in Vermont occur in response to federal and state laws that protect archaeological resources. The Vermont Division for Historic Preservation, serving as the Vermont State Historic Preservation Office (VTSHPO), developed these Guidelines to provide a framework for those activities, as well as guidance for non-regulatory archaeological studies. These Guidelines replace the ones established in 1989. Since that date, more than a decade of archaeological studies throughout the state has provided an important perspective for refining and improving the current practice of archaeology in Vermont.
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The Vermont State Historic Preservation Office's Guidelines for Conducting Archaeology in Vermont and Appendices. Giovanna Peebles. Vermont State Historic Preservation Office. 2007 ( tDAR id: 391829) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8319Z1G
Vermont (State / Territory)
min long: -73.427; min lat: 42.674 ; max long: -71.537; max lat: 45.151 ;
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Project Director(s): Emily Wadhams
General Note: Vermont SHPO guide to archaeological methods and procedures.
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