Links

Within Cultural Resources Management (CRM), keeping up with information is essential. There is a myriad of regulations and guidelines that exist to help guide archaeologists in the field as well as those who simply wish to learn more about CRM work.

The following links lead to sources of available information on the internet.

 

36 CFR Part 6

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

Anthropology Outreach Office, Smithsonian Institution

Archaeological Institute of America

ArchNet

BLM California Desert District Cultural Resources Program

California Department of Parks and Recreation - Archaeology and History

California Department of Parks and Recreation - Office of Historic Preservation

California Department of Transportation - Cultural Studies Office

Federal Highway Administration Environmental Guidebook

Federal Register On-Line

Frequently Asked Questions about a Career in US Archaeology

Library of Congress

National Archaeological Database

National Archives On-Line

National Park Service Links to the Past

National Park Service Links to the Past: Archaeology & Ethnology Program

National Park Service Links to the Past: Archaeology & Ethnology Program: Publications

National Park Service Links to the Past: Rules and Regulations

National Park Service Strategies for Protecting Archaeological Sites on Private Lands

National Register of Historic Places

National Register of Historic Places: Publications

Native American Sacred Sites and the Department of Defense

Point of Reference - Anthropology, Archaeology, and History

Register of Professional Archaeologists (ROPA)

San Diego Museum of Man

Sanborn Maps On-Line

Smithsonian Institution

Society for American Archaeology

Society for California Archaeology

Society for Historical Archaeology

South Coastal Information Center

Southwestern Archaeology

Summaries of Federal Cultural Resource Laws and Regulations

Text of Federal Laws and Regulations Pertaining to Cultural Resources

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