Preservation law is the cornerstone of this mission, which the National Park Service carries out in cooperation with other agencies, states, universities and archeological organizations, private groups, Indian tribes, the public, and other partners. The NPS Archeology Program encourages public interest in and stewardship of the sites contributing to our national heritage.
National Park Service Archeology Month Portal
Teaching with Historic Places Lesson Plans about Archeology:
Many more TwHP lesson plans featuring archeology can be found here.
Archeology themed Travel Itineraries:
- The American Southwest: prehistoric and historic sites, buildings, structures and districts associated with the long and colorful history of the American Southwest.
- Florida Shipwrecks 300 Years of Maritime History: the story of each shipwreck adds to the intricate tapestry of local history. Many of these NRHP listings are easily accessible and fascinating dive locations.
- Indian Mounds of Mississippi: guide to the publicly owned, visitor-accessible American Indian Mound sites of Mississippi provides a compact source of information on these impressive landmarks of the ancient past.
Archeology Related Sites: