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Cooperative Conservation: Increasing Capacity Through Community Partnerships: Cultural Site Stewardship Program: Quarterly Progress Report, Period Ending December 31, 2004, Margaret N. Rees Dec 2004

Cooperative Conservation: Increasing Capacity Through Community Partnerships: Cultural Site Stewardship Program: Quarterly Progress Report, Period Ending December 31, 2004, Margaret N. Rees

Cultural Site Stewardship Program

A list of cultural sites unique to each of the four agencies is in the process of being compiled by the project manager. The first round, currently numbering more than 300 sites, is being defined in general categories by location and urgency for attention. Additions, refinements, and corrections will be ongoing.

Trainers for Nevada Heritage Site Stewardship were questioned in order to begin tailoring operating procedures for CSSP recruitment and training.


Earth Movers, Marion Lloyd Dec 2004

Earth Movers, Marion Lloyd

Marion Lloyd

For much of the last half century, archaeologists viewed the South American rain forest as a "counterfeit paradise," a region whose inhospitable environment precluded the development of complex societies. But new research suggests that prehistoric man found ways to overcome the jungle's natural limitations -- and to thrive in this environment in large numbers.


Bulletin Of The Massachusetts Archaeological Society, Vol. 65, No. 2, Massachusetts Archaeological Society Oct 2004

Bulletin Of The Massachusetts Archaeological Society, Vol. 65, No. 2, Massachusetts Archaeological Society

Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society

  • Editor's Note (James W. Bradley)
  • A Winged Bannerstone from Maine: Stone and Perishable Archaic Technology (Arthur E. Spiess)
  • Making the Case for the Abbott Complex: The Bird Rock Site, Pelham Bay, NY (Edward J. Kaeser)
  • Probable Early Woodland Fish-Spearing Points from Kingston, MA (Bernard A. Otto)
  • Symbols in Stone, Part Two: Quartz Ceremonial Items from the Little League Site, Middleborough, MA (Curtiss Hoffman)


Archaeological Testing At The Doak House And Academy, Greeneville, Tennessee, Nicholas Honerkamp Oct 2004

Archaeological Testing At The Doak House And Academy, Greeneville, Tennessee, Nicholas Honerkamp

Jeffrey L. Brown Institute of Archaeology Reports

In May and June of 2004, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) summer archaeological field school carried out systematic testing at the Doak House Museum, an extant antebellum structure in Greeneville, Tennessee. This testing program was predicated on the previous summer’s research, which resulted in the discovery of significant archaeological remains in the project area (Honerkamp 2003, 2004). Located on the campus of Tusculum College, the house was built about 1830 by the Reverend Samuel W. Doak, the founder of the College. Doak was a minister, educator and successful planter and landowner who apparently did not possess slaves ...


Cooperative Conservation: Increasing Capacity Through Community Partnerships: Cultural Site Stewardship Program: Quarterly Progress Report, Period Ending September 30, 2004, Margaret N. Rees Sep 2004

Cooperative Conservation: Increasing Capacity Through Community Partnerships: Cultural Site Stewardship Program: Quarterly Progress Report, Period Ending September 30, 2004, Margaret N. Rees

Cultural Site Stewardship Program

Although the task agreement formally commenced June 30, 2004, the agreement was not fully executed by both parties until July 22, 2004. Since that date, UNLV met with the Interagency Cultural Resources Team on July 23, 2004. Bobbie Antonich, Government Technical Representative for the National Park Service, and Nancy Flagg, Director of the UNLV Public Lands Initiative, brought the team up-to-date on the status of the task agreement, UNLV’s role in fulfilling the agreement.


Where Have All The Native Fish Gone? The Fate Of Fish That Lewis And Clark Encountered On The Lower Columbia River, Virginia L. Butler Sep 2004

Where Have All The Native Fish Gone? The Fate Of Fish That Lewis And Clark Encountered On The Lower Columbia River, Virginia L. Butler

Anthropology Faculty Publications and Presentations

As part of a special issue of the 'Oregon Historical Quarterly,' discusses the native species of fish in the lower Columbia River described by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark in 1805-06. They identified red charr, salmon trout, sturgeon, anchovy, skeet, and other fish that Indians caught and used as trade items with the Corps of Discovery. However, editors of the Lewis and Clark journals have often erred in identifying the fish Lewis and Clark described; the challenge in identifying anadromous fish lies in changing coloration, markings, and examination of habitat. There has been a drastic decline of native fish since ...


Informe Preliminar Del Trabajo, 2004, John H. Walker Aug 2004

Informe Preliminar Del Trabajo, 2004, John H. Walker

ProSIGAB Documents

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Pvc-Lot-162-G-002, Charles Webber Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-G-002, Charles Webber

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-C-026, Charles Webber Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-C-026, Charles Webber

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-E-028, Leigh Anne Ellison Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-E-028, Leigh Anne Ellison

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-Q-007, Leigh Anne Ellison Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-Q-007, Leigh Anne Ellison

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-J-017, Leigh Anne Ellison Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-J-017, Leigh Anne Ellison

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-I-008, Leigh Anne Ellison Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-I-008, Leigh Anne Ellison

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-I-009, Leigh Anne Ellison Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-I-009, Leigh Anne Ellison

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-Q-006, Leigh Anne Ellison Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-Q-006, Leigh Anne Ellison

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-Q-005, Leigh Anne Ellison Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-Q-005, Leigh Anne Ellison

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-Q-004, Leigh Anne Ellison Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-Q-004, Leigh Anne Ellison

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-K-018, Charles Webber Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-K-018, Charles Webber

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-K-014, Charles Webber Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-K-014, Charles Webber

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-K-012, Charles Webber Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-K-012, Charles Webber

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-J-012, Leigh Anne Ellison Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-J-012, Leigh Anne Ellison

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-J-011, Leigh Anne Ellison Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-J-011, Leigh Anne Ellison

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-I-006, Leigh Anne Ellison Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-I-006, Leigh Anne Ellison

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-Q-002, Leigh Anne Ellison Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-Q-002, Leigh Anne Ellison

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-Q-003, Leigh Anne Ellison Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-Q-003, Leigh Anne Ellison

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-N-007, Leigh Anne Ellison Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-N-007, Leigh Anne Ellison

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-I-007, Leigh Anne Ellison Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-I-007, Leigh Anne Ellison

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-I-005, Leigh Anne Ellison Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-I-005, Leigh Anne Ellison

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-K-016, Charles Webber Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-K-016, Charles Webber

Four Valleys Archive

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Pvc-Lot-162-K-013, Charles Webber Jun 2004

Pvc-Lot-162-K-013, Charles Webber

Four Valleys Archive

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