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Social Power in the Central Mesa Verde Region, A.D. 1150-1290
(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 ...
Don Fowler and the Glen Canyon Project: Formative Experiences
(University of Utah Press, 2014)
In this book chapter, William Lipe reflects on the work of Don D. Fowler and his role in archaeological excavations at Glen Canyon, Utah.
The Basketmaker II Period in the Four Corners Area.
(United States. Bureau of Land Management, 1993)
The Basketmaker II period is important. The archaeological remains of this period document the emergence of the Anasazi cultural tradition and a consolidation of the dependence on farming that shaped the tradition from ...
Potential Threat to Archaeology and Historic Preservation.
(Society for American Archaeology, 1995)
Reprinted below is a letter recently sent by three members of Congress to the executive director of the Advisory Council for Historic Preservation. We think it is an indication -- perhaps an early warning -- that Congress ...
The Wilderness System and Archaeological Conservation.
(United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region, 1975)
Examines the interrelationships of the objectives of our National Wilderness Preservation System on the one hand, and the goals of archaeological conservation on the other.
In Defense of Digging: Archeological Preservation as a Means, Not an End.
(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 ...
Conserving the in Situ Archaeological Record
(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 ...
A Conservation Model for Archaeology.
(Archaeology Southwest (Organization), 2005)