Cultural Resource Management: Archaeological Research, Preservation Planning, and Public Education in the Northeastern United States

Synopsis

Cultural resource management (CRM) involves research, legislation, and education related to the conservation, protection, and interpretation of historic and prehistoric archaeological resources. Kerber's work is divided into four major categories of discussion: theoretical and interpretive frameworks, research methodology, legislation and compliance, and creative protection strategies. The only volume on CRM in Northeastern America since Spiess's Conservation Archaeology in 1978, its contributors are all major participants in archaeology in the Northeast, which includes the six New England states and New York. Because the volume presents successful models and practical advice concerning CRM, it is relevant to regions other than the Northeast and can be helpful in providing a comparative framework for evaluating programs elsewhere in the United States.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Jordan E. Kerber
  • George P. Nicholas
  • Robert G. Goodby
  • Parker B. Potter Jr.
  • Paul A. Robinson
  • Jordan E. Kerber
  • George P. Nicholas
  • Robert G. Goodby
  • Parker B. Potter Jr.
  • Paul A. Robinson
  • Francis P. McManamon
  • Leslie C. Shaw
  • David A. Poirier
  • Nicholas F. Bellantoni
  • Arthur E. Spiess
  • Brona G. Simon
  • Duncan Ritchie
  • Paul Gardescu
  • Curtiss R. Hoffman
  • David R. Starbuck
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1994