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Portions of this chapter were adapted from:

Ellick, Carol J.
2000 Against the Clock: Introducing Archaeology in Time-Limited Situations. In The Archaeology Education Handbook: Sharing the Past with Kids, pp. 183-191. AltaMira Press, Walnut Creek, CA.
Ham, Sam H.
1992 Environmental Interpretation: A Practical Guide for People with Big Ideas and Small Budgets. North American Press, Golden, Colorado.
Kohen, Richard and Kim Sikoryak
2003 Theme Guide, Intermountain Support Office, National Park Service.
Lacomb, Becky
n.d. The Interpretive Equation – More than Just a Sum of Its Parts.
Larsen, David L.
2003 Meaningful Interpretation: How to Connect Hearts and Minds to Places, Objects, and Other Resources, Eastern National Parks and Monuments Association.
Little, Barbara J.
1998 Considering the Context of Historical Archaeology for Museum Interpretation. In The Public Historian, Vol. 20, No. 4 pp. 111-117. Regents of the University of California and the National Council on Public History.
National Park Service
1997 Cultural Resources Management Guide, Release No. 5. National Park Service, Wash., D.C.
NPS Training Manager for Interpretation, Education, and Cooperating Associations (editor)
1998 Module 101: Fulfilling the NPS Mission: The Process of Interpretation. National Park Service.
2003 Component for Module 101: How Interpretation Works: The Interpretive Equation.
2003 The Interpretive Journey.
2003 The Interpretive Process Model.
Ramos, Maria and Davis Duganne
2000 Exploring Public Perceptions and Attitudes about Archaeology. Harris Interactive for the Society for American Archaeology, Washington, D.C.
Whatley, Michael E.
1995 Interpreting Critical Natural Resource Issues in Canadian and United States National Park Service Areas, 1995 (.pdf 3.55 MB).