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  • Comments on Session I: Archeological Foundations 

    Lipe, William D. (Mesa Verde Museum Association, Mesa Verde, CO, 2008)
    Here William D. Lipe provides remarks on the occasion of Mesa Verde National Park's centennial and the century or more of research in the park and surrounding areas. He comments on the 1906 Antiquities Act and the act ...
  • History of Investigations 

    Lipe, William D.; Kuckelman, Kristin A. (Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, 2007)
    The research at Sand Canyon Pueblo (Site 5MT765) was a major component of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center's Sand Canyon Archaeological Project. This project also included intensive excavations at a small site (Green ...
  • Notes from the North 

    Lipe, William D. (School for Advanced Research Press, 2006)
    As I understand it, my role in the Chaco capstone effort is to serve as a "synthetic scholar" (presumably as opposed to the authentic ones who really know something about Chaco) who can comment on the Chaco phenomenon from ...
  • The Mesa Verde Region During Chaco Times 

    Lipe, William D. (School for Advanced Research Press, 2006)
    Although the communities of the Mesa Verde region were largely self-sufficient economically, they were never isolated from events taking place elsewhere in the Southwest. This was especially true in the Pueblo II period, ...
  • A Conversation with Bill Lipe (interview format) 

    Lipe, William D.; Matson, R. G.; Kohler, Timothy A. (Washington State University Press, 2006)
    On April 7, 2006, at Washington State University, Tim Kohler and R. G. Matson interviewed Bill Lipe about the book Tracking Ancient Footsteps: William D. Lipe's Contributions to Southwestern Prehistory and Public Archaeology. ...
  • A Conservation Model for Archaeology. 

    Lipe, William D. (Archaeology Southwest (Organization), 2005)
  • The Mesa Verde Region: Chaco's Northern Neighbor 

    Lipe, William D. (School for Advanced Research Press, 2004)
    In public perceptions of Southwestern archaeology, two images compete for attention-Pueblo Bonito, its massive masonry walls rising above the floor. of Chaco Canyon in New Mexico, and Cliff Palace, its many rooms clustered ...
  • Social Power in the Central Mesa Verde Region, A.D. 1150-1290 

    Lipe, William D. (University of Utah Press, 2002)
    Social power ( cf. Mann 1986) refers to the ability of individuals or groups to control or direct the actions of other individuals or groups. This can be accomplished by actual or threatened physical coercion, by providing ...
  • Public Benefits of Archaeological Research 

    Lipe, William D. (University Press of Florida, 2002)
    The benefits of archaeological research are often not directly accessible to the public because the work is highly technical, and research results are generally published in books and articles written primarily for other ...
  • Threat to Knowledge: Research and the Future of Archeology in the National Parks (interview format) 

    Lipe, William D. (National Park Service, Archeology and Ethnography Program, 2001)
    Introduction: "The national parks have long played a leading role in advancing archeological research, says Bill Lipe, noted scholar and past president of the Society for American Archaeology. Today, however, he believes ...
  • Managing Archaeological Resources for the Future: A Monumental Task. 

    Lipe, William D. (Archaeology Southwest (Organization), 2001)
    The 2000 Census showed that Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, and Utah ranked first through fourth, respectively, among the 50 states in percentage of population increase since 1990; New Mexico was twelfth. In the twenty-first ...
  • A View from the Lake: the Dolores Archaeological Program in the McPhee Reservoir Area, SW Colorado. 

    Lipe, William D. (United States. National Park Service. Cultural Resources, 2000)
    The Dolores Archaeological Program (DAP) was one of the largest archeological projects ever carried out in the U.S. and was accomplished in several phases. I will focus on the work done to mitigate the effects of the ...
  • Conserving the in Situ Archaeological Record 

    Lipe, William D. (Getty Conservation Institute, 2000)
    In the 20th century, archaeologists made great strides in learning to understand the material record of past human life. Concurrently, destruction of the archaeological record increased as population growth, economic ...
  • Foreword to Special Issue on Public Archeology and Local Government 

    Lipe, William D. (United States. National Park Service. Cultural Resources, 1998)
    Foreword to Special Issue on Public Archeology and Local Government.
  • SAA to promote professional standards through ROPA sponsorship. 

    Lipe, William D.; Steponaitis, Vincas P. (Society for American Archaeology, 1998)
    An essential part of the Society for American Archaeology's mission is to promote high ethical and professional standards for the conduct of archaeology. It is part of our obligation to the public, who support our work, ...
  • Response to Thomas F. King, in "Point Counter Point." 

    Lipe, William D. (Society for American Archaeology, 1998)
  • ROPA Proposal Moves Toward Membership Vote in the Fall. 

    Lipe, William D. (Society for American Archaeology, 1997)
    The proposal to establish a Register of Professional Archaeologists (ROPA) is moving toward a vote this fall by the memberships of both the Society for American Archaeology (SAA) and the Society for Historical Archaeology ...
  • Summary of Comments on the Draft Preliminary Report on Renewing Our National Archaeological Program. 

    Lipe, William D. (Society for American Archaeology, 1996)
    This preliminary report of the Tempe Conference on "Renewing Our National Archaeological Program" is a slightly revised version of the draft report that was produced in March 1995 following the conference. This draft was ...
  • In Defense of Digging: Archeological Preservation as a Means, Not an End. 

    Lipe, William D. (United States. National Park Service. Cultural Resources, 1996)
    The passage of the Antiquities Act was a critical early victory in the battle to save archeological sites in the U.S. from wasteful destruction, because it established a national policy to protect and regulate the use of ...
  • Preserving and Strengthening Our National Archaeological Program. 

    Lipe, William D. (Society for American Archaeology, 1995)
    Although the SAA's annual meeting in Minneapolis was one of the most successful and vigorous ever, there was a strong current of foreboding and even fear, as facts and rumors circulated regarding what Congress and various ...