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Understanding the U.S. Border: Archaeologists, Law Enforcement, and the Preservation of Cultural Heritage - Archaeological Institute of America Jump to navigation advertisement Search form Search Home AboutWho We Are History Policies Governance Committees Contact Us Media/Latest News MembershipRates...
Federal Laws and Acts Protecting Burial Sites | PHMC > Cemetery Preservation and Recordation Home Development Laws Documentation Symbolism Preservation Treatment Federal Laws and Acts Protecting Burial Sites There are two important federal acts that have an influence on historic properties and Nativ...
Law Enforcement Training - Division of Historical Resources - Florida Department of State Toggle navigation Corporations Cultural Affairs Elections Historical Resources Library and Information Services The Division is responsible for preserving and promoting Florida's historical, archaeological and ...
Why protect archaeological sites? | The TARL Blog The TARL Blog Search Primary Menu Skip to content Welcome! Introducing TARL's Staff TARL Students Projects & Research Collection Highlights Search for: Uncategorized Why protect archaeological sites? October 2, 2016 Lauren Bussiere 2 Comments Archaeo...
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The Archaeological Resources Protection Act of ( as amended, , codified at ), also referred to as ARPA, is a federal law of the United States passed in and amended in It governs the excavation of archaeological site s on federal and Indian lands in the United States, and the removal and disposition ...
Laws & Regulations: Archaeological Resources Protection Act Tribal Energy and Environmental Information Clearinghouse | Home | News | FAQ | Glossary Acoustics (Noise) Air Quality Cultural & Paleontological Resources American Indian Religious Freedom Act Antiquities Act Archaeological & Historic Pres...
PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE - PRC DIVISION 5. PARKS AND MONUMENTS [5001 - 5873] ( Division 5 added by Stats. 1939, Ch. 94. ) CHAPTER 1.75. Native American Historical, Cultural, and Sacred Sites [5097.9 - 5097.991] ( Chapter 1.75 repealed and added by Stats. 1976, Ch. 1332. ) 5097.9. No public agency, and ...
Archaeological Law & Ethics Login Join | Donate | Annual Meeting | Career Center | SAA News | Marketplace | Contact Search Archaeology Law & Ethics Metal DetectingNational LawsState LawsEthicsInternational IssuesAdvocacy Organizations "The remains of prehistoric and historic cultures belong to all o...
PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE - PRC DIVISION 5. PARKS AND MONUMENTS [5001 - 5873] ( Division 5 added by Stats. 1939, Ch. 94. ) CHAPTER 1.7. Archaeological, Paleontological, and Historical Sites [5097 - 5097.7] ( Chapter 1.7 added by Stats. 1965, Ch. 1136. ) 5097. As used in this chapter, "state lands" means...
Chapter 5: Archaeology and the Law Login Join | Donate | Annual Meeting | Career Center | SAA News | Marketplace | Contact Search table of contents Letter from the National Geographic Society Letter from the Society for American Archaeology Message from Secretary of the Interior B. Babbitt Chapter 1...
NPS Archeology Program: Archeology Law and Ethics Archeological resources, both sites and collections, are protected by law on federal and state lands. Understanding these laws is an important part of what you can do to help protect archeological resources. While federal law is consistently applied ...
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