NPS-28: CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT GUIDELINE
Aubry, Michele C., et al. National Park Service's Systemwide Archeological Inventory Program. Washington: National Park Service, 1992.
Fish, Suzanne K., and Stephen A. Kowalewski. The Archaeology of Regions: A Case for Full-Coverage Survey. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1990.
Hutt, Sherry, Elwood W. Jones, and Martin E. McAllister. Archeological Resource Protection. Washington: Preservation Press, 1992.
Schiffer, Michael B., ed. Advances in Archaeological Method and Theory. 11 vols. New York: Academic Press, various dates.
Smith, George S., and John E. Ehrenhard, eds. Protecting the Past. Boca Raton: CRC Press, 1991.
South, Stanley. Method and Theory in Historical Archaeology. New York: Academic Press, 1977.
________, ed. Research Strategies in Historical Archaeology. New York: Academic Press, 1977.
Sturtevant, William C., ed. Handbook of North American Indians. 20 vols. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, various dates.
Trigger, Bruce G. A History of Archaeological Thought. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989.
Willey, Gordon R., and Jeremy A. Sabloff. A History of American Archaeology. 2d ed. San Francisco: W. H. Freeman, 1980.
Archeological Assistance Program Technical Briefs
The Departmental Consulting Archeologist, Archeology and Ethnography Program, National Park Service, publishes two series of technical publications that address technical, methodological, and subtantive issues related to archeology. Technical Briefs Series consists of short reports; Archeological Assistance Studies consists of longer documents. Except as indicated, all are available free of charge from the Archeology and Ethnograhy Program (2275), National Park Service, 1849 C Street NW, Washington, DC 20240.
Technical Brief 1. Filter Fabric: A Technique for Short-term Site Stabilization, by Robert M. Thorne, Center for Archaeological Research, University of Mississippi, 1988.
Technical Brief 2. Arizona Archeology Week: Promoting the Past to the Public, by Teresa L. Hoffman and Shereen Lerner, Arizona State Historic Preservation Office, 1988.
Technical Brief 3. Archeology in the National Historic Landmarks Program, by Robert S. Grumet, Mid-Atlantic Regional Office, National Park Service, 1988.
Technical Brief 4. Archeology in the Classroom: A Case Study from Arizona, by A. E. Rogge and Patti Bell, Arizona Archaeological Council, Archaeology for the Schools Committee, 1989.
Technical Brief 5. Intentional Site Burial: A Technique to Protect Against Natural or Mechanical Loss, by Robert M. Thorne, Center for Archaeological Research, University of Mississippi, 1989.
Technical Brief 6. The Kentucky Archaeological Registry: Landowner Participation in Site Preservation, by A. Gwynn Henderson, Kentucky Nature Preserves Commission, 1989.
Technical Brief 7. Federal Archeological Contracting: Utilizing the Competitive Procurement Process, by John H. Jameson, Jr., John E. Ehrenhard, and Wilfred M. Husted, Interagency Archeological Service Division, Southeast Regional Office, National Park Service, 1990.
Technical Brief 8. Revegetation: The Soft Approach to Archeological Site Stabilization, by Robert M. Thorne, Center for Archaeological Research, University of Mississippi, 1990.
Technical Brief 9. Training and Using Volunteers in Archeology: A Case Study from Arkansas, by Hester Davis, Arkansas Archaeological Survey, 1990.
Technical Brief 10. The National Historic Landmarks Program Theme Study and Preservation Planning, by Robert S. Grumet, Mid-Atlantic Regional Office, National Park Service, 1990.
Technical Brief 11. Legal Background of Archeological Resources Protection, by Carol Garnett, Legal Aid Bureau of Maryland, 1991.
Technical Brief 12. Site Stabilization Information Sources, by Robert M. Thorne, National Clearinghouse for Archaeological Site Stabilization, University Museum, 1991.
Technical Brief 13. Managing Archeological Resources from the Museum Perspective, by Lynne Sullivan, New York State Museum, 1992.
Technical Brief 14. The Peer Review of Public Archeology Projects: A Procedure Developed by the Departmental Consulting Archeologist, by Bennie C. Keel, Southeast Archeological Center, National Park Service, 1993.
Technical Brief 15. State Archeology Weeks: Interpreting Archeology for the Public, by Mara Greengrass, Archeological Assistance Division, National Park Service, 1993.
Technical Brief 16. The Civil Prosecution Process of the Archaeological Resources Protection Act, by Sherry Hutt, Judge, Superior Court, Maricopa County, Arizona, 1994.
Technical Brief 17. Developing an Archeological Site Conservation Database, by Robert Thorne, National Clearinghouse for Archaeological Site Stabilization, Center for Archaeological Research, University of Mississippi, 1996.
Study 1. Cost Analysis of Archeological Activities at Eight Southeastern Sites, by Linda F. Carnes et al., 1986. For purchase (order no. PB88-199146) from National Technical Information Service, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, VA 22161; tel. 703-487-4650.
Study 2. Archeology and Education: The Classroom and Beyond, ed. by K. C. Smith and Francis P. McManamon, 1991.
Study 3. A Survey of State Statutes Protecting Archeological Resources, by Carol L. Carnett, 1995. For purchase from the National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1785 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20036.