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Title Cultural resource management in the Great Basin, 1986-2016 / edited by Alice M. Baldrica, Patricia A. DeBunch, and Don D. Fowler.

Publication Info. Salt Lake City : The University of Utah Press, [2019]

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Description 1 online resource (vii, 119 pages)
Series The University of Utah anthropological papers ; number 131
University of Utah anthropological papers ; no. 131.
Summary "Cultural Resource Management (CRM) refers to the discovery, evaluation, and preservation of culturally significant sites, focusing on but not limited to the archaeological and historical. CRM stems from the National Historic Preservation Act, passed in 1966. In 1986, archaeologists reviewed the practice of CRM in the Great Basin. They concluded that it mainly was a system of finding, flagging, and avoiding -- a means of keeping sites and artifacts safe. Success was measured by counting the number of sites recorded and acres surveyed"--Provided by publisher.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Intro; Contents; Figures and Table; Introduction (Alice M. Baldrica, Patricia A. DeBunch, and Don D. Fowler); 1. CRM in the Great Basin: Thirty Years On (Don D. Fowler); 2. SHPO Perspective on Cultural Resources Management: Lessons Learned (Roger Roper); 3. The Past and Future of CRM under the Guise of Section 106 (F. Kirk Halford); 4. Programmatic Agreements and the Growing Process of Inclusion (Richard C. Hanes); 5. Dry, Dusty Bits: An Informatics Perspective (Eric Ingbar); 6. GIS Probability Models: The Ideal and the Real(ized) (Alyce A. Branigan)
7. The Status of Great Basin Ethnographic CRM Studies and Reports since 1990 (Ginny Bengston); 8. Tribal Consultation in Nevada and Eastern California: A Thirty-Year Program Evolution in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest (Fred P. Frampton); 9. Issues in Great Basin Historic Preservation: One Practitioner's Considerations (Diane L. Teeman); 10. Thirty Years of Highway Archaeology and Its Implications (James Bunch and Patricia A. DeBunch); 11. Better with Time: Past Challenges and Future Directions in Great Basin Historical Archaeology (Renée Corona Kolvet)
12. How's Business? A Review of Forty Years of CRM and the Used-Site Business (William J. Cannon); 13. What We Knew Then and What We Know Now: Thirty Years of CRM Archaeology in the Great Basin (Pat Barker); 14. Cultural Resource Management in the Great Basin: What Have We Learned? Part II (Alice M. Baldrica); References; Contributors.
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Subject Indians of North America -- Antiquities -- Collection and preservation -- Great Basin.
Cultural property -- Protection -- Great Basin.
Cultural property -- Great Basin -- Management.
Historic sites -- Conservation and restoration -- Great Basin.
Great Basin -- Antiquities -- Collection and preservation.
Great Basin -- Cultural policy.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Baldrica, Alice M., editor.
DeBunch, Patricia A., editor.
Fowler, Don D., 1936- editor.
Other Form: Print version: Cultural resource management in the Great Basin 1986-2016. Salt Lake City : The University of Utah Press, [2019] 9781607816812 (DLC) 2018047837
ISBN 9781607816812 (electronic book)
1607816814 (electronic book)
9781607816805 (paperback ; alkaline paper)