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Timeline Bibliography 1990-2004

For General Audiences:

  • Bray, Tamara L. (2001) The Future of the Past: Archaeologists, Native Americans and Repatriation. Routledge, London
  • Childs, S. Terry (1995) The Curation Crisis: What's Being Done? Federal Archeology 7(4): 11-15.
  • Childs, S. Terry, editor (2004) Our Collective Responsibility: The Ethics and Practice of Archaeological Collections Stewardship. Society for American Archaeology, Washington, DC.
  • Davis, Hester (1990) Training and Using Volunteers in Archeology: A Case Study from Arkansas. Technical Brief No. 9. DOI Departmental Consulting Archeologist/NPS Archeology Program, National Park Service, Washington, DC.
  • Dongoske, Kurt, Mark Aldenderfer, and Karen Doehner, editors (2000) Working Together: Native Americans and Archaeologists. Society for American Archaeology, Washington, DC.
  • Elson, Robert G. (1992) Archaeological Research in the Context of Cultural Resource Management: Pushing Back in the 1990s. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 14(1): 37-48.
  • Fagan, Brian M. (1991) The Past as News. CRM 14(1):17-19.
  • Foster, Lee, Jerry Fuentes and Sannie Kenton Osborn (1997) The Presidio of San Francisco: A Study in Inter-Agency Cooperation. CRM 20(13).
  • Green, William and John F. Doershuk (1998) Cultural Resource Management and American Archaeology. Journal of Archaeological Research6(2): 121-167.
  • Greengrass, Mara (1999) State Archeology Weeks: Interpreting Archeology for the Public. Technical Brief No. 15. DOI Departmental Consulting Archeologist/NPS Archeology Program, National Park Service, Washington, DC.
  • Haas, Daniel (1995) Education and Public Outreach in Federal Programs. CRM 18(3).
  • Hardesty, Donald L. and Barbara Little (2000) Assessing Site Significance: A Guide for Archaeologists and Historians, Heritage Resource Management Series. AltaMira Press, Walnut Creek.
  • Hutt, Sherry, Elwood W. Jones, and Martin E. McAllister (1992) Archeological Resource Protection. The Preservation Press, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC.
  • Keel, Bennie C. (1993) The Peer Review of Public Archeology Projects. Technical Brief No. 14. DOI Departmental Consulting Archeologist/NPS Archeology Program, National Park Service, Washington, DC.
  • King, Thomas F. (2002) Thinking About Cultural Resource Management: Essays from the Edge. Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham.
  • King, Thomas F. (2004) Cultural Resource Laws and Practice, Second Edition. Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham.
  • Little, Barbara, editor (2002) Public Benefits of Archeology. University of Florida Press, Gainesville.
  • Little, Barbara J. (2004) Is the Medium the Message? The Art of Interpreting Archaeology in the U.S. National Parks. In Marketing Heritage: Archaeology and the Consumption of the Past, pp. 269-286. AltaMira Press, Walnut Creek.
  • Mathers, Clay, Timothy Darvill, and Barbara Little, editors (2004) Heritage of Value, Archaeology of Renown: Reshaping Archaeological Assessment And Significance, Cultural Heritage Studies. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.
  • McManamon, Francis P. (1990) Archeological Assistance Program: A National Strategy for Federal Archeology. CRM 13(2) 21-22.
  • McManamon, Francis P. (1991) The Many Publics for Archeology. American Antiquity 56(1):121-130.
  • McManamon, Francis P. (1992a) Managing America's Archaeological Resources. In Quandaries and Quests: Visions of Archaeology's Future, edited by LuAnn Wandsnider, pp.25-40. Center for Archaeological Investigations, Occasional Paper No. 20.
  • McManamon, Francis P. (1992b) Managing Repatriation: Implementing the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act. CRM 15(5): 9-12.
  • McManamon, Francis P. (1994) Presenting Archaeology to the Public in the USA. In The Presented Past: Heritage, Museums, and Education, edited by Peter G. Stone and Brian L. Molyneaux, pp. 61-81. Routledge Publishers, London and NY.
  • McManamon, Francis P. (1997) Public Archaeology in the 21st Century. Common Ground 2(1).
  • McManamon, Francis P. and Alf Hatton, editors (1999) Cultural Resource Management in Contemporary Society: Perspectives on Managing and Presenting the Past. Routledge Publishers, London and NY.
  • McManamon, Francis P. and Jerry L. Rogers (1994) The Federal Archeology Program. CRM 17(6): 4.
  • Meighan, Clement W. (1993) Another View on Repatriation: Lost to the Public, Lost to History. Indian Artifact Magazine 12(1): 26-29.
  • Mihesuah, Devon A. (2000) Repatriation Reader: Who Owns American Indian Remains? University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln.
  • Moe, Jeanne M. (1999) America’s Archaeological Heritage: Protection through Education. In Cultural Resource Management in Contemporary Society: Perspectives on Managing & Presenting the Past, One World Archaeology Series, edited by Francis P. McManamon, pp. 276-287. Routledge, London.
  • Noble, Jr., Bruce J. (1992) Federal Agencies and the National Historic Preservation Act: An Overview. CRM 15(3): 1-5.
  • Plunkett, Thomas K. and Jonathan M. Lizee (1995) ArchNet and Archeological Cyberspace. CRM 18(3).
  • Pokotylo, David L., and Andrew Mason (1991) Public Attitudes towards Archaeological Resources and Their Management. In, Protecting the Past, edited by John E. Ehrenhard and George S. Smith, pp. 9­18. CRC Press, Boca Raton.
  • Ramos, Maria and David Duganne (2000) Exploring Public Perceptions and Attitudes about Archaeology. Harris Interactive.
  • Stapp, Darby and Michael S. Burney (2002) Tribal Cultural Resource Management: The Full Circle to Stewardship, Heritage Resources Management Series. Altamira Press: Walnut Creek.
  • Sullivan, Lynne P. (1992) Managing Archeological Resources from the Museum Perspective. Technical Brief No. 13. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Cultural Resources.
  • Sullivan, Lynne P. and S. Terry Childs (2003) Curating Archaeological Collections: From the Field to the Repository, Archaeologist’s Toolkit 6. AltaMira Press, Walnut Creek.
  • Swidler, Nina, Kurt E. Dongoske, Roger Anyon, and Alan S. Downer, editors (1997) Native Americans and Archaeologists: Stepping Stones to Common Ground. Altamira Press, Walnut Creek.
  • Thomas, David Hurst (2001) Skull Wars: Kennewick Man, Archaeology and the Battle for Native American Identity. Basic Books, New York.
  • Trigger, Bruce G. (1990) Distinguished Lecture in Archaeology: Constraint and Freedom—A New Synthesis for Archaeological Explanation. American Anthropologist 93(3): 551-569.

Sources That Crosscut Time Periods:

  • Brown, Michael F. (2003) Who Owns Native Culture? Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA.
  • McManamon, Francis P. (1990b) A National Strategy for Federal Archeology. CRM Bulletin 13(4): 31.
  • McManamon, Francis P. and Jerry L. Rogers (1994) The Federal Archeology Program. CRM 17(6): 4.
  • McManamon, Francis P. (2001) Cultural Resources and Protection Under United States Law. Connecticut Journal of International Law 16(2): 247-282.
  • Murtaugh, William J. (1990) Keeping Time: The History and Theory of Preservation in America. Sterling Publishing Co. Inc., NY.
  • Rothman, H. (1989) Preserving Different Pasts: The American National Monuments. University of Illinois Press, Urbana and Chicago.
  • Willey, Gordon R. and Jeremy A. Sabloff (1993) A History of American Archaeology, Third Edition. W. H. Freeman and Company, NY.

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