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Public Benefits of Archaeology
edited by Barbara J. Little
University Press of Florida, 2002

Selected Bibliography

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1997       Seizing Intellectual Power: The Dialogue at the New York African Burial Ground. Historical Archaeology 31(3): 84-106.

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2000       “Bringing Archeology to the Public: Programmes in the Southwestern United States.” In Cultural Resource Management in Contemporary Society: Perspectives on Managing and Presenting the Past, ed. F. P. McManamon and A. Hatton, 231-47. One World Archaeology No. 33. London: Routledge.

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1993       “Environmental Technology Is an Ancient Science: The Hupobi Heritage Project.” Science and Children 30(8): 21-28.

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1996       “Nominating Archeological Sites to the National Register of Historic Places: What's the Point?” CRM 20(7): 3ff.

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McManamon, F. P.
1996       “The Antiquities Act: Setting Basic Preservation Policies.” CRM 19(7): 18-23.

McManamon, F. P.
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