Interpretation for Archeologists   9. Resources   Distance Learning

Chapter 7: Use What You Know

Suggested Readings

Crist, Thomas A.
2002 Empowerment, Ecology, and Evidence: The Relevance of Mortuary Archaeology to the Public. In Public Benefits of Archaeology, edited by Barbara J. Little, pp. 101-119. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
Multiple authors
2000 Forum, “Archeologists as Storytellers.” Historical Archaeology 34(2):1-24.
Praetzellis, Arian
2002 Neat Stuff and Good Stories: Interpreting Historical Archaeology in Two Local Communities. In Public Benefits of Archaeology, edited by Barbara J. Little, pp. 51-59. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
Praetzellis, Adrian and Mary Praetzellis, eds.
1998 “Archeologists as Storytellers.” Historical Archaeology 32(1).

Links to Additional Resources

Big Dig Archaeology
An exhibit of Big Dig artifacts called "Highway to the Past, the Archaeology of the Central Artery" is on display at the Commonwealth Museum at the Massachusetts Archives.

Longfellow National Historical Site
The house has just reopened after renovations. The web site provides information on visiting and contacting the site administrators.

Public Archaeology, Jefferson Patterson Park Museum

NPS Media Inventory Database
This database reports on the content and condition of interpretive media servicewide.

MJB/EJL