Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessments for Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Fort Gordon, Georgia, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base, California, and Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake, California
This resource contains a report on an assessment of the status of archaeological collections at four installations, representing the major branches of the armed services, that were selected to participate in the curation needs-assessment study. The selected installations were Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base, California; Fort Sill, Oklahoma (Army); Vandenberg Air Force Base, California; and the Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake, California. Fort Gordon, Georgia, was selected initially as the representative Army installation, but it was soon recognized that the assessment for this facility could not be accomplished in a manner comparable to the assessments for other installations. Despite the problems with conducting the assessment at Fort Gordon, the results are included here.
Assessment of each installation's compliance with major legislative initiatives included pre-fieldwork investigation, field inspection and assessment of repositories and collections, NAGPRA-compliance assessment, and report preparation. The collections from these five installations are stored in at least 20 repositories.
The assessment study considered the status of the physical facilities (repositories) for the installations' collections, as well as the status of artifacts, human skeletal remains, documentation, and repository management controls.
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
- US Air Force Archaeology and Cultural Resources Archive •
- USACE (MCX-CMAC) - Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessments •
- National Archeological Database (NADB)
Cite this Record
Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessments for Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Fort Gordon, Georgia, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base, California, and Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake, California. Thomas B. Meyers, Michael K. Trimble. Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessments ,No. 1.: US Army Corps of Engineers Mandatory Center of Expertise for the Curation and Management of Archaeological Collections, St. Louis District. 1993 ( tDAR id: 407090) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8MS3VXK
min long: -123.223; min lat: 29.229 ; max long: -75.762; max lat: 37.44 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Sponsor(s): Legacy Resources Management Program
Repository(s): San Diego State University ; Gallegos and Associates ; Brian F. Mooney Associates ; RECON ; Building 326, Fort Sill ; Museum of the Great Plains ; Office of Environmental Coordinator, Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base ; Base Facility #1, Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake ; Base Facility #2, Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake ; Maturango Museum of Indian Wells Valley ; University of California, Riverside ; Ancient Enterprises ; VAFB Environmental Management, Vandenberg Air Force Base ; Martin Marietta Office, Vandenberg Air Force Base ; Repository #1, University of California, Santa Barbara ; Repository #2, University of California, Santa Barbara ; University of California, Los Angeles ; Fort Gordon Signal Museum ; Southeastern Archeological Services ; Georgia Southern University ; University of Georgia ; West Georgia College
Contract No. (s): W81FWF-2-M006
Contract No.(s): DACA39-92-M-0603; DACA39-92-M-1403
General Note: Originally the information in this record was migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated. In 2014, as part of its effort to improve tDAR content, the Center for Digital Antiquity uploaded a copy of the document and improved the record metadata. The metadata was further enhanced in August 2016.
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