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NPS Form 10-900-b
OMB No. 1024-0018
(March 1992)

United States Department of the Interior
National Park Service

National Register of Historic Places
Multiple Property Documentation Form

This form is used for documenting multiple property groups relating to one or several historic contexts. See instructions in How to Complete the Multiple Property Documentation Form (National Register Bulletin 16B). Complete each item by entering the requested information. For additional space, use continuation sheets (Form 10-900-a). Use a typewriter, word processor, or computer to complete all items.

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Name of Multiple Property Listing

THE EARLIEST AMERICANS THEME STUDY FOR THE EASTERN UNITED STATES

Associated Historic Contexts

(Name each associated historic context, identifying theme, geographical area, and chronological period for each.)

PALEOAMERICAN SITES IN THE EASTERN UNITED STATES (13,450-11,200B.P.)

Form Prepared by

name/title:

  • David G. Anderson/Archeologist, Southeast Regional Archeology Center, National Park Service
  • David S. Brose/Director, Schiele Museum of Natural History
  • Dena F. Dincause/Archeologist, University of Massachusetts
  • Robert S. Grumet/Archeologist, Philadelphia Support Office, National Park Service
  • Michael J. Shott/Archeologst, University of Northern Iowa
  • Richard C. Waldbauer/Archeologist, Office of Archeology and Ethnography, National Park Service
  • Compiled and Edited by: Erika K. Martin Seibert/Archeologist, National Historic Landmarks Survey, National Park Service

street & number: National Historic Landmarks Survey, NRHE, National Park Service

telephone: 202/343-9513

city or town: Washington

state: District of Columbia

zip code: 20240

Certification

As the designated authority under the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended, I hereby certify that this documentation form meets the National Register documentation standards and sets forth requirements for the listing of related properties consistent with the National Register criteria. This submission meets the procedural and professional requirements set forth in 36 CFR Part 60 and the Secretary of the Interior's Standards and Guidelines for Archeology and Historic Preservation. (___ See continuation sheet for additional comments.)

Signature and title of certifying official

Date

State or Federal agency and bureau

I hereby certify that this multiple property documentation form has been approved by the National Register as a basis for evaluating related properties for listing in the National Register.

Signature of the Keeper

Date

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