Timeline Bibliography 1990-2004
For General Audiences:
Bray, Tamara L. (2001) The Future of the Past: Archaeologists, Native
Americans and Repatriation. Routledge, London
Childs, S. Terry (1995) The Curation
Crisis: What's Being Done? Federal Archeology 7(4): 11-15.
Childs, S. Terry, editor (2004) Our Collective Responsibility: The
Ethics and Practice of Archaeological Collections Stewardship. Society
for American Archaeology, Washington, DC.
Davis, Hester (1990) Training and Using Volunteers in Archeology: A
Case Study from Arkansas. Technical
Brief No. 9. DOI Departmental Consulting Archeologist/NPS Archeology Program, National Park Service, Washington, DC.
Dongoske, Kurt, Mark Aldenderfer, and Karen Doehner, editors (2000)
Working Together: Native Americans and Archaeologists. Society
for American Archaeology, Washington, DC.
Elson, Robert G. (1992) Archaeological Research in the Context of Cultural
Resource Management: Pushing Back in the 1990s. Journal of California
and Great Basin Anthropology 14(1): 37-48.
Fagan, Brian M. (1991) The Past as News. CRM
Foster, Lee, Jerry Fuentes and Sannie Kenton Osborn (1997) The Presidio
of San Francisco: A Study in Inter-Agency Cooperation. CRM
Green, William and John F. Doershuk (1998) Cultural Resource Management
and American Archaeology. Journal of Archaeological Research6(2):
Greengrass, Mara (1999) State Archeology Weeks: Interpreting Archeology
for the Public. Technical Brief
No. 15. DOI Departmental Consulting Archeologist/NPS Archeology Program, National Park Service, Washington, DC.
Haas, Daniel (1995) Education and Public Outreach in Federal Programs.
Hardesty, Donald L. and Barbara Little (2000) Assessing Site Significance:
A Guide for Archaeologists and Historians, Heritage Resource Management
Series. AltaMira Press, Walnut Creek.
Hutt, Sherry, Elwood W. Jones, and Martin E. McAllister (1992) Archeological
Resource Protection. The Preservation Press, National Trust for
Historic Preservation, Washington, DC.
Keel, Bennie C. (1993) The Peer Review of Public Archeology Projects.
Technical Brief No. 14. DOI
Departmental Consulting Archeologist/NPS Archeology Program, National Park Service, Washington, DC.
King, Thomas F. (2002) Thinking About Cultural Resource Management:
Essays from the Edge. Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham.
King, Thomas F. (2004) Cultural Resource Laws and Practice, Second
Edition. Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham.
Little, Barbara, editor (2002) Public Benefits of Archeology.
University of Florida Press, Gainesville.
Little, Barbara J. (2004) Is the Medium the Message? The Art of Interpreting
Archaeology in the U.S. National Parks. In Marketing Heritage: Archaeology
and the Consumption of the Past, pp. 269-286. AltaMira Press, Walnut
Mathers, Clay, Timothy Darvill, and Barbara Little, editors (2004) Heritage
of Value, Archaeology of Renown: Reshaping Archaeological Assessment
And Significance, Cultural Heritage Studies. University Press of
McManamon, Francis P. (1990) Archeological
Assistance Program: A National Strategy for Federal Archeology.
CRM 13(2) 21-22.
McManamon, Francis P. (1991) The Many Publics for Archeology. American
McManamon, Francis P. (1992a) Managing America's Archaeological Resources.
In Quandaries and Quests: Visions of Archaeology's Future, edited
by LuAnn Wandsnider, pp.25-40. Center for Archaeological Investigations,
Occasional Paper No. 20.
McManamon, Francis P. (1992b) Managing Repatriation: Implementing the
Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act. CRM
McManamon, Francis P. (1994) Presenting Archaeology to the Public in
the USA. In The Presented Past: Heritage, Museums, and Education,
edited by Peter G. Stone and Brian L. Molyneaux, pp. 61-81. Routledge
Publishers, London and NY.
McManamon, Francis P. (1997) Public Archaeology in the 21st Century.
Common Ground 2(1).
McManamon, Francis P. and Alf Hatton, editors (1999) Cultural Resource
Management in Contemporary Society: Perspectives on Managing and Presenting
the Past. Routledge Publishers, London and NY.
McManamon, Francis P. and Jerry L. Rogers (1994) The Federal Archeology
Meighan, Clement W. (1993) Another View on Repatriation: Lost to the
Public, Lost to History. Indian Artifact Magazine 12(1): 26-29.
Mihesuah, Devon A. (2000) Repatriation Reader: Who Owns American
Indian Remains? University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln.
Moe, Jeanne M. (1999) America’s Archaeological Heritage: Protection
through Education. In Cultural Resource Management in Contemporary
Society: Perspectives on Managing & Presenting the Past, One
World Archaeology Series, edited by Francis P. McManamon, pp. 276-287.
Noble, Jr., Bruce J. (1992) Federal Agencies and the National Historic
Preservation Act: An Overview. CRM
Plunkett, Thomas K. and Jonathan M. Lizee (1995) ArchNet and Archeological
Pokotylo, David L., and Andrew Mason (1991) Public Attitudes towards
Archaeological Resources and Their Management. In, Protecting the
Past, edited by John E. Ehrenhard and George S. Smith, pp. 918.
CRC Press, Boca Raton.
Ramos, Maria and David Duganne (2000) Exploring
Public Perceptions and Attitudes about Archaeology. Harris Interactive.
Stapp, Darby and Michael S. Burney (2002) Tribal Cultural Resource
Management: The Full Circle to Stewardship, Heritage Resources Management
Series. Altamira Press: Walnut Creek.
Sullivan, Lynne P. (1992) Managing
Archeological Resources from the Museum Perspective. Technical
Brief No. 13. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service,
Sullivan, Lynne P. and S. Terry Childs (2003) Curating Archaeological
Collections: From the Field to the Repository, Archaeologist’s
Toolkit 6. AltaMira Press, Walnut Creek.
Swidler, Nina, Kurt E. Dongoske, Roger Anyon, and Alan S. Downer, editors
(1997) Native Americans and Archaeologists: Stepping Stones to Common
Ground. Altamira Press, Walnut Creek.
Thomas, David Hurst (2001) Skull Wars: Kennewick Man, Archaeology
and the Battle for Native American Identity. Basic Books, New York.
Trigger, Bruce G. (1990) Distinguished Lecture in Archaeology: Constraint
and Freedom—A New Synthesis for Archaeological Explanation. American
Anthropologist 93(3): 551-569.
Sources That Crosscut Time Periods:
Brown, Michael F. (2003) Who Owns Native Culture? Harvard University
Press, Cambridge, MA.
McManamon, Francis P. (1990b) A National Strategy for Federal Archeology.
McManamon, Francis P. and Jerry L. Rogers (1994) The
Federal Archeology Program. CRM 17(6): 4.
McManamon, Francis P. (2001) Cultural Resources and Protection Under
United States Law. Connecticut Journal of International Law 16(2):
Murtaugh, William J. (1990) Keeping Time: The History and Theory of
Preservation in America. Sterling Publishing Co. Inc., NY.
Rothman, H. (1989) Preserving Different Pasts: The American National
Monuments. University of Illinois Press, Urbana and Chicago.
Willey, Gordon R. and Jeremy A. Sabloff (1993) A History of American
Archaeology, Third Edition. W. H. Freeman and Company, NY.
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