Assessing Site Significance

Assessing Site Significance

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Of the many properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places, only 7% are archaeological sites. With the Register designed to primarily assess the historical significance of standing sites, archaeologists have had difficulty translating eligibility criteria to sites known primarily from archaeological work. Hardesty and Little provide practical guidance for archaeologists and others on how to examine these properties for their historical significance, both for academic reasons and for proposal to the Register. This useful guide will be helpful for anyone working in a cultural resource management context with recent archaeological sites.ated with property types. They include construction-related properties, industrial- related properties, operation and maintenance- related properties, and miscellaneous railroad-related properties. Construction property types are associated withanbsp;...

Title:Assessing Site Significance
Author: Donald L. Hardesty, Barbara J. Little
Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield - 2000-01-01

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