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   CRM Bulletin

Vol 1 No 1 February 1978

"What We're About"
Energy Conservation in Historic Structures
Cultural Resources Management Guideline Coming
Preserving Our Historic Sites
Those People Back in WASO
The List of Classified Structures
Fire and Intrusion Alarm and Fire Protection Systems
Doing Research?
NPS Historic Preservation Technology Will Be Featured in Special Issue of the APT Bulletin
Taking Care of Rapidly Deteriorating Objects

Vol 1 No 2 June 1978

Non-Destructive Archeology and Remote Sensing: A Conceptual and Methodological Stance
Join National Geographic Society-National Park Service Program Probes the Last Frontier in American Archeology
Danger! Commonly Use Construction Materials and Methods May Be Hazardous to Your Health
A New Identity for the List of Classified Structures
Bandelier Naitonal Monument Receives Preservation Award
Nationwide Reservior Inundation Study Underway
Chaco Navajo Project
The Folks That Keep the Office Going
Cal Cummings Honored With Two National Offices in Archeological Field
The Policy Corner

Vol 1 No 3 September 1978

Native American Policy
Adaptive Use
NATO Committee
Fader's Folly
Alaska Petroleum Reserve
Ethnography
Remote Sensing
New Faces
Data Systems Support
Hopi/Navajo Programs
Research at White Sands
Policy Corner

Vol 1 No 4 December 1978

Collection Needs
Environmental Education
Technical Literature
Franklin House
Letters to the Editor
Field News

Vol 2 No 1 March 1979

Living Cultures
Accommodating The Handicapped
Desertification Study
A Never Ending Task
Poison Free Wood
Preservation

Vol 2 No 2 June 1979

Scale, Texture, Continuity: Design Compatibility in Historic Preservation
The Indian In America
Groundwater and Archeology: Some Observations
Use of Fiction as a Historical Source
A Portable Kit for Conducting an Investigation of Architectural Fabric of Historic Buildings
Rocky Mountain Region Considerations
Non-historic Design Continuity
Non-Artifactual Cultural Resources and NPS Planning
New Training Program at North Atlantic Region

Vol 2 No 3 September 1979

CRM in Alaska
Klondike Gold Rush NHP
Subsistence Coordination
National Petroleum
ANCSA 14(h)(1)
Cultural Anthropology
Sitka NHP
Three-Way Partnership
Special Link to the Past
Native Cultural Relations

Vol 2 No 4 December 1979

Parks for Recreation
Lowell Experiment
Gran Quivira
Nomenclature
Locking Up Structures
Reconstructions

Vol 3 No 1 March 1980

Preserving Cultural and Historic Landscapes: Developing Standards
American Rock Art: A Forgotten Resource
Status of the Task Force
Report on PL 95-341

Vol 3 No 2 June 1980

Threats to the Parks-Fact or Fiction?
Historical Utility Lines: A Resource in Search of Constituents
The Paleo Indian Period in North America: New Evidence from Eastern North America
Park Service Begins Lighthouse Study
Ellis Island Restoration Project
Navajo Indian Irrigation Project

Vol 3 No 3 September 1980

Legislation
Good Neighbors
Navajo Nation
Cultural Anthropology
Kaibab-Paiute
Gran Quivira
Zuni Comprehensive Plan
Nez Perce
Letters to the Editor
Audio/Visual Program

Vol 3 No 4 Decenber 1980

City Point, Virginia
Relations with Alaskan Natives
Bandelier And Native Americans
Historic Wildlife
Branded Bricks
Zuni Archeology Program
Regional Management System
PL 96-515 Impacts On NPS

Vol 4 No 1 March 1981

Twenty-Eight Coats of White House History
Historic Structures of the National Park Service
Interior Finishes of NPS Buildings, Special Segment of America's Decorative Arts Heritage
Historic Preservation Training for NPS Personnel
Standardizing Historic Structure Preservation Guides
Building for the National Parks in the Rocky Mountain West; 1872-1966
Monitoring Structural Movements
Curatorial Comment: The Museum Role of the Park Service

Vol 4 Nos 2-4 December 1981

Curatorial Services New Functions
Historic Structures
Research in Progress
Introduction to Collections
Preserve Historic Structure
Pigeon Health Hazards
Fund Raising
Bulletin Resumes
From the Editor

Vol 5 Nos 1-3 Septmber 1982

Tumacacori Project
New Steering Committee
CRM Info Sources
Saint Gaudens Book Published
Why Inventory Properties?
Research In Progress

Vol 5 No 4 December 1982

Progress in Care of Collections
Retracing Developments
NARO Museum Technician Training
CRM Training Opportunities
Priping in St. Louis
Giant Step for Hot Springs
Mystery Table
News Notes

Vol 6 No 1 March 1983

PRIP Helps at Klondike
Strides with NCR Collections
Collections at Hubbell
Sound Recordings
Nez Perce Canoes
Seneca Lab
Golden Gate's Gallery
Study at Independence
Curatorial Comment

Vol 6 No 2 June 1983

Historian's Concerns
Cape Canaveral
A Modest Proposal
Clio and the Computer
Working on the Railroad
Yosemite's Indians
German Settlement
Research in Spain

Vol 6 No 3 September 1983

History—Discipline Approach
The CCC
Administrative History
Cultural Resources Inventory
Statues, Monuments, Memorials
Gettysburg
Oral History
Fort Hunt
Bicentennial at Independence NHP
Response

Vol 6 No 4 December 1983

The Role of Anthropology
Historical Archeology
"Say Ranger"
The La Mesa Fire
Patrolling Checklist
RP3
Socio-Anthropologists
Ethnoarcheology
Students and Survey
Preservation
Collections
Response

Vol 7 No 1 April 1984

Park Service Manages
U.S.S. Arizona
Biregional Center
Low Budget, Low Altitudes
Knife River Indian Villages
Human Adaptation
Archeological Application
Covering the Field
Parkman
Through Ancient Eyes
Preservation of Research
Regional Update
Managing Pacific Parks

Vol 7 No 2 July 1984

Management Issues
Bronze Sculpture
Maintenance Training
Outdoor Sculpture
Rehabilitate a War Ship
Vegetative Threats
Ethnographic Objects
Survey of Ethnographic Collections in the National Park Service
Historic Buildings
Tax Incentives
Regional Updates
Calendar of Events

Vol 7 No 3 October 1984

Strategic Goals
Keane Wonder
Geohm 3
Guns Over Potomac
National Cemeteries
Stabilization Process on Habre-De-Venture
The Integration of Law
Restoration of C.A. Thayer
Ordonez Cannon
Feedback
World Heritage Convention
National Catalog
Announcements
Calendar of Events

Vol 7 No 4 December 1984

Presenting The Truth
Restoring The Lincoln Home Interior
First World Conference on Cultural Parks
Adaptive Use:
Abstracts of Papers
New on the Market
Feed Back
Book Review
Announcements
Calendar of Events

Vol 8 No 1 February 1985

Landscape Thinking
Two CRM Data Bases
Preservation Problems at Mesa Verde
Remembering Saint-Gaudens
Feedback
Announcements

Vol 8 No 2 April 1985

Grant-Kohrs Ranch NHS
Right to Survive
Museums Study their Future
Recording in the National Parks
The Jaite Mill
Case Study
Feedback
New on the Market
Announcements

Vol 8 Nos 3-4 June-August 1985

Our Visual Heritage
Decorative & Fine Arts
NPS Art Collections
Historic Archeology

Vol 8 No 5 October 1985

Lincoln Home Restoration
Exploring Custer Battlefield
Managing Orchards
Historic Maintenance
Solution to Preservation Dilemma
Pulaski's Bally Box
Warships Theme Study
Concessioner Remodels
New on the Market
Call for Papers
FEEDBACK
NEWSBRIEFS

Vol 8 No 6 December 1985

Assessing USS Arizona
Restoration of a Roofing
Historic Libraries
New on the Market
History Research
Seasonal Produce
Announcements
Feedback

Vol 9 No 1 February 1986

A Retrospective
Letters From the Heart
Cleaning the Bronze
Popular Perception
NHPA
FEEDBACK
Treasures of Denmark

Vol 9 No 2 April 1986

Restoring Miss Liberty
Historic Landscaping
These Are The Voyages
NHPA II
New On The Market
Announcements
Feedback

Vol 9 No 3 June 1986

A Tradition of Excellence
New On The Market
Announcements
FEEDBACK

Vol 9 No 4 August 1986

Skills...for Historical Architects
Skills...for Curators
Preserving the Past for the Future
NHPA Success Stories
Cultural Landscaping: Buffalo National River
Historic Landscaping: Moores Creek National Battlefield
Feedback

Vol 9 Nos. 5-6 October-December 1986

Twenty Years of Progress
Historic Preservation: Looking Ahead to the Next 20 Years
The States and National Historic Preservation, 1966-1986
The Preservation Act of 1966: 20 Years Later
Foundations of Advistory Council Policy: Early Case Studies Under Section 106
Bringing Preservation Home
The National Historic Preservation Act and the Local Level
Guide to CRM Bulletin Articles: 1978-1986
Preservation Action: Building a Preservation Constituency
Preservation in New Bedford
Urban Renaissance Through Rehabilitation
Excavations at Thomes Stone NHS
Shingles Project at Shenandoah National Park
Feedback
Announcements

Vol 10 No 1 February 1987

Ethnography and the NPS: A Growing Partnership
     In Creating Relationships
     In Managing Cultural Resources
Cultural Diversity and Native Peoples
Applied Ethnography
     Maggie L. Walker
     Martin Luther King, Jr.
Cultural Use and Meaning of Artifacts
Lessons From Micronesia
Folklife in Planning
Social Impact Assessment
Planning at Canyon de Chelly National Monument
A Cultural Landscapes Mandate for Action
The Ethnography of Alaska Resource Use
Ethnography and the NPS: Opportunities and Obligations
Announcements
Feedback

Vol 10 No 2 April 1987

Landmarks of Democracy
Conservation of Objects in the NPS
Museum Collections Conservation: An NPS History
Museum Technician Training
Preserving Anthropological Collections
Conservation of Furniture
The U.S. Constitution National Historic Landmark Theme Study
Museum Conservation Organizations
A Tale of Two Hats
Conservation-The Future
New On The Market
Feedback

Vol 10 No 3 June 1987

Partners in Preservation
National Register After 20 Years
Preserving Russian Heritage
Surveying Bering Land Bridge
Civil War Research by Computer
Ethnography Issue Gets Praise
New On The Market
Announcements
FEEDBACK

Vol 10 No 4 August 1987

Computers: A Growing Cultural Resource
Moving Ahead With Information Management
About This Issue
Inventorying Ethnographic Resources Servicewide
The Systemwide Cultural Sites Inventory
National Archeological Database
LCS: Inventorying Prehistoric and Historic Structures
Cultural Resources Management Bibliography
The National Register Information Systems
HABS/HAER Database: A Cooperative Project
Automated National Catalog System
Inventorying Maritime Cultural Resources
NHL In-Depth Inspection Methodology
The National Natural Landmarks Program Database
Historic Preservation Tax Incentive Projects: Tracking Systems and Databases
The Historic Preservation Database
Capitol Contact
Announcementsx
Feeback
Applications Exchange

Vol 10 No 5 1987

Vol 10 No 6 December 1987

Preserving Landscapes
The Tao House Courtyard: Exposing a Playwright's Garden
Archeological Resources in the NHL Program
NHL Architecture Theme
Man in Space: The Voyage Continues
Analyzing the Nation's Historic Ships
Capitol Contact
Book Review
New on the Market
Announcements
Feedback

Vol 10 Special Issue 1987
CULTURAL RESOURCES: THE U.S. NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

The First in the Americas
Misconceptions?
This Issue of the CRM Bulletin
US/ICOMOS and the National Park Service
International Technical Assistance: NPS Landscape Architects Abroad
International Technical Assistance: Park Planning in Jordan
The First World Conference on Cultural Parks
World Heritage Convention
The World Heritage Convention in the U.S.A.
The World Heritage List
US/ICOMOS Interns Work with HABS/HAER Summer Teams
Computerizing NPS Collections
Conference on Russian America
NPS National Maritime Initiative
Beyond U.S. Borders: A Commitment to Cooperation

Guide to CRM Bulletin Articles 1978-1988

Vol 11 No 1 February 1988
"DOING HISTORY" IN THE NPS

Shaping the Future of the NPS History Program
Public Hiatory: Personal Responsibility
The History Division and the Chief Historians—An Overview
The Park Historian
The Regional Historian
Historians at the Denver Service Center
A Historian's Life at the National Register
Historical Research in The National Park Service
Historians in the NHL Program
The Bureau Historian Job
Publishing Historical Research
NPCA Releases NPS System Plan
Capitol Contact
Announcements
New on the Market
Assessing the Status of Historical Research and Writing in the National Park Service (inert)

Vol 11 No 2 April 1988
CRM PLANNING

Perspectives on CRM Planning
Making Better Planning Decisions
Systemwide Cultural Resources Summary and Action Program
Planning for Wisconsin's Cultural Resources: A SHPO's Perspective
Historian as Planner in the DSC
Cultural Resources Planning: A Case Study
Light Levels Lowered in Exhibit Cases
The HSPD—An Update
Announcements
New on the Market
Feedback
Capitol Contact

Vol 11 No 3 June 1988

Threatened Cultural Resources (Part 1)
Cultural Landscape Workshop
Another Look: Landscape Perspectives
Cultural Resources Management in Natural Areas
     North Cascades National Park Service Complex
     Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
The Wyoming Territorial Prison Restoration: A Joint Venture in Planning and Cooperation
New Directions: An Update on the LCS and CRBIB
New Releases
The Rocky Mountain Region: A Computer-Based Management Tool
Feedback
Announcements
New on the Market
Capitol Contact

Vol 11 No 4 August 1988

The Certified Local Government Program Makes a Difference
History on the Drawing Board
History on the Drawing Board: The Historian as Developer of Interpretive Media
The National Catalog: Ten Years and Counting
Computer Maps for Cultural Resources Planning
Skills Development Plan Enters Second Year
Announcements
New on the Market
Capitol Contact
Feedback

Vol 11 Nos 5-6 Oct.-Dec. 1988

Historical Archeology
Historical Archeology and the Management of Cultural Resources
Reburial at the Little Bighorn
Going Overboard for Historical Archeology
Managing Park Resources
Integrating Survey, Planning and Compliance—A Model
Historic Preservation Awards
Nautical Archeology and the Ships of Discovery
The ICCROM Experience—1988 Training Programs
The Society for History in the Federal Government
Applications Exchange
     Listing of Education in Archeology Projects (LEAP Clearinghouse)
     Listing of Outlaw Treachery (LOOT Clearinghouse)
Capitol Contact
Snee Farm: New National Historic Site
New on the Market
Announcements
Feedback

Vol 11 Special Issue July 1988
ARCHEOLOGY AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

The Federal Archeology Program
Managing Our Nation's Archeological Resources for Future Generations
Current Directions of the Federal Archeology Program
The Society for American Archaeology and the Federal Archeology Program
Society of Professional Archeologists and the Federal Archeology Program: Standards
State Historic Preservation Officers and the Federal Archeology Program
Departments/Agencies and the Federal Archeology Program
History and the Federal Archeology Program
Federal Archeology in Indian Country
The Lake Clark Sociocultural Project: The NPS Archeology Program in the Service of Cultural Anthropology
Public Participation in Archeological Investigations on Federal Lands: A Tennessee Valley Authority Pilot Program
Public Awareness of Federal Archeology
Arizona Archaeology Week: Expanding Public Awareness though a Federal and State Partnership
Looters of the Past: An Enforcement Problem in the Pacific Northwest
Awards for Archeological Achievement

Vol 12 No 1 1989

Black History
Historical Archeology: The Fort Union Reconstruction Archeology Project
AutoCAD and Fort Union Trading Post: The Field Application of a Computer Aided Drafting Program
Research Benefits Management: A Case Study
AAM Accreditation Program
Black History Preserved
National Coordinating Committee for the Promotion of History
Dogwatch
NPS Preservation Technology Publications
Bulletin Board
Feedback
Computer News
Capitol Contact
New on the Market
Announcements
Stewardship of America's Public Lands and Natural Resources

Vol 12 No 2 1989

A National Register Perspective Evaluating Historic Mining Resources
Landmarks of Democracy
Preserving the Patrimony: NIC and its Partners
Managing Change in a Cultural Landscape
Dogwatch
Archeological Protection Efforts
How to Restore Stone
Bulletin Board
Feedback
Computer News
Applications Exchange
Capitol Contact
Book Review
Announcements

Vol 12 No 3 1989
THREATENED CULTURAL RESOURCES

The Challenge to the Future of the Past
Planning the Protection of Our National Heritage
The Association For Preservation Technology International
CRM Planning: A Review
Asbestos and Historic Buildings
Computer News: Cultural Resources Information Management Strategy (A Working Draft)
Applications Exchange
     START: A Computerized Artifact Analysis and Reporting Program
Capitol Contact
NPS Issues Shipwreck Guidelines
Book Review
Dogwatch: Maritime Heritage of the United States - National Historic Landmark Study—Large Vessels
Announcements
Thirteenth Director of NPS Sworn In

Vol 12 No 4 1989

Difficult Choices and Hard-Won Successes in Maritime Preservation
Grim Realities, High Hopes, Moderate Gains: The State of Historic Ship Preservation
Recent National Park Service Shipwreck Research Perspectives
Preserving Historic Steamboats Through Operation
Safety and Steamboats: Delta Queen as a Case History of Questions in the Operation of Historic Vessels
The Role of Archives in the Preservation of Maritime History
Nondestructive Documentation of Shipwrecks
Seguin Project: Background on Documentation
Human Remains and Shipwreck Sites: A Management Issue in the National Parks
Steamship Wapama Finds a Cure: Remedial Treatment of Dry Rot in a Large Wooden Structure
Bicentennial Lighthouse Fund

Vol 12 No 5 1989

The Value of Photographic Documentation in Archeological Research: A Case Study
The Natural Resource Potential of Historic and Prehistoric Archeological Sites
Forgiving the Lath/Saving the Plaster
Bulletin Board
National Council on Public History
The Preservation Priority Matrix
Capitol Contact
Dogwatch: Maritime Resources in the National Park System
Computer News: All the News with Bits!
Book Review
New on the Market
Announcements

Vol 12 No 6 1989

Making Technological Facilities NHLs
The Designation of Technological Facilities as National Historic Landmarks A Report
Cultural Resource Work at Wupatki National Monument
Minority Anthropology Students Train at Wupatki
Archeological Field School
Ethnographic Field School
Dogwatch
NPS Helps Charleston After Hugo
The Use of Fire-Rated Wooden Shingles on Historic Buildings
Preservation and Repair of Historic Stucco
Bulletin Board
Computer News
The Preservation Priority Matrix, Revisited
Capital Contact
Announcements

Vol 12 Special Issue 1989

Quincentenary Observance
In Fourteen Hundred and Ninety Two Columbus Sailed the Ocean Blue
The Spanish Colonial Research Center and The Columbus Quincentenary
Spanish Heritage Cultural Resources Inventory Project
Spanish Missions Thematic Study
San Juan Fortifications: Study, Nomination and Inscription on the World Heritage List
Cultural Diversity at Jean Lafitte
Christopher Columbus Landing Site in the Virgin Islands
Maritime History, Culture, Archeology, and The Columbus Wuincentenary
Getting Ready for the Quincentenary
The Spanish Colonial Period in National Park Service Collections

Vol 13 No 1 1990

The Great Reconstruction Controversy: A Debate and Discussion
Letters to the Editor
To Reconstruct or Not to Reconstruct: An Overview of NPS Policy and Practice
Geology NHL Theme Study
Bi-Coastal Disaster Assistance
NPS Surveys Yield Data on the Effects of Hurricane Hugo
The Paul Laurence Dunbar House America's First Publicly Owned Afro-American Historic Site
Emancipation Statue, Lincoln Park
Computer News
Lead-Based Paint in Historic Buildings
Bulletin Board
Book Review
Capitol Contact
Announcements

Vol 13 No 2 1990

Oral History: A Challenging and Provocative Experience
A Visual Recording
Historical Research in the National Park System, 1989
NPS' Super Database of Databases, COMMON, Where Are You Today?
Rising Damp in Historic Buildings: Diagnosis and Treatment
The NPS Historic Landscape Initiative: Developing National Standards for the Treatment of Historic Landscapes
A National Strategy for Federal Archeology
Archeological Assistance Division of the National Park Service
Computer News: The Community Bulletin Board(s)
Dogwatch
Capitol Contact
Book Review
Announcements
New on the Market

Vol 13 No 3 1990
INTERPRETATION

Interpreting Our "Cultural Ecosystem"
Interpretation in the National Park System
Honesty in Interpreting the Cultural Past
Symbolic Warfare on America's Battlefields
Desert Archeology: A Neglected Interpretive Resource
Cape Cod: New England's Most "Cultured Wilderness"
Interpreting the History of Black Americans
The People
Turning Resources into Interpretive and Educational Opportunities
A National Center for Heritage Education
Dogwatch: The Importance of Sailing
Rising Damp in Historic Buildings II: Case Studies
"Bird-Proofing" Buildings
Announcements
Society for Industrial Archeology
Computer News: Report for a Decade: The State of Information Management in Cultural Resources
Capitol Contact

Vol 13 No 4 1990

Historic Structure Reports: A Redefinition
Current Guidelines for HSRs
A New Conceptual Model
Evolution of Historic Structure Reports
The HSR: A Static Report in a "Systems" World
Preservation Case Studies and HSRs
HSRs as Part of the Design Process
Boxley Valley, Buffalo National River NPS Historic District in Private Hands
Historic Mining Resources Conference
Looking for the Mother Lode: Hard Lessons Learned by the NPS
Reconfiguring the Cultural Mission: Tribal Historic Preservation Programs
The Cost/Benefit of Making an ARPA Case
The Great Reconstruction Debate: the Moment in Time
Notes on Historic Flooring An 18th Century Method for Making High Quality Wooden Flooring from Boards of Irregular Thickness
The Many Publics for Archeological Public Education
A National Strategy for Federal Archeology
Capitol Contact
Computer News
Dogwatch
Using the ANCS for Natural History Collections
NEH Grants
Announcements

Vol 13 No 5 1990

Protecting Battlefields
The Association for the Preservation of Civil War Sites
GIS Technology Used in American Battlefield Protection Program
Historic Preservation Week at Vicksburg NMP
Three Perspectives on Preservation Planning
Federal Preservation Forum
Restoring a Historic Brick Wall
A Trip to MARS
The Planting Stick
Historic Log Structures
Public Archeological Collection Saved from Auction Block
Computer News
Regulations for the Preservation and Management of Federal Archeological Collections
SHOT: The Society for the History of Technology
Dogwatch
Capitol Contact
Book Review
Announcements

Vol 13 No 6 1990

More on Historic Structure Reports
The HSR: Its Production and Cost
The Chief Historian's Reflections on Historic Structure Reports and the Need to Redefine our Approach
"Building File" HSRs: Hope for Golden Gate NRA
Integrating ICAP Into the HSR
HSRs: Documentation First
The Mammoth Cave National Park Planning Project: Cooperative SHPO-Federal Agency Cultural Resource Management
Educating the Public
Partnership for Preservation: An Alaskan Case Study
NPS Archives Advisory Committee Holds First Meeting
Prehistoric Artifacts Returned to Arizona
Principles for Preserving Historic Plant Material
Preservation Issues for Living Historic Fabric
Letters
Park Cultural Landscape Workshop
Dogwatch
Book Review
Capitol Contact
Announcements



   CRM

Vol 14 No 1 1991

Historic Bridges: Preservation Challenges
The New CRM (Bulletin)
The Role of Interpretation in Education
Using the National Register Database to Assist Interpretation
FPF Takes Action
The Spirit of Place
Keepers of the Treasures
Consulting About Archeology Under Section 106
The Past as News
Departments
     Preservation Resources
     Washington Report
     Information Management
     Bulletin Board

Vol 14 No 2 1991

Partnerships in Preservation: Arizona at Work
Documenting the Urbanization of Texas
Understanding Historic Landscapes: The Rhode Island Survey
Certified Local Governments: A Status Report
NPS Libraries: A Survey
An Experiment in Archeological Site Stabilization
Preserving Historic Scientific and Technological Facilities
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
Departments
     Preservation Resources
     Washington Report
     Information Management
     Viewpoint
     Bulletin Board
     State News

Vol 14 No 3 1991

Dinosaur National Monument—An Educational Resource
HABS/HAER Measured Drawings and CAD-Photogrammetry
Photogrammetric Recording of Independence Hall
The Role of Archeology in Restoration and Demolition
Protecting A National Treasure: The East Broad Top Railroad
Vision for the Future
FPF Coordinates Efforts to Tackle Key Issues
NPS: A Gem of an Idea
Updating the Cultural Resources Training Directory
Departments
     Preservation Resources
     Washington Report
     State News
     Information Management
     Viewpoint
     Bulletin Board

Vol 14 No 4 1991

Navajo Preservation: The Success of the Navajo Nation Historic Preservation Department
Heritage Education-
Pittsylvania County Courthouse
Fort Clatsop National Memorial
National Park Service Observance of the Christopher Columbus Quincentennial
American Battlefield Protection Program: Evolving Relationships
Oh, Aurora, Where Did You Go?
The Carting Off of Cultural Artifacts
Archival Collections—Why They are Important
Sorting Out the Victims: Triage and Cultural Resources
How Hand-Wrought Nails Were Made from Bar Iron in the 18th Century
Departments
     Preservation Resources
     Washington Report
     Information Management
          "23 Years of Automating the National Register"
     State News
          "Historic and Archeological Preservation—What of the Future?"
     Tribal News
          "Update on Keepers of the Treasures Organization"
     Local News
     Viewpoint
          "Ellis Island: A Lasting Experience"
     Bulletin Board

Vol 14 No 4 Supplement 1991

Reflections on Historic Preservation and the National Park Service: The Early Years
Impacts of the National Historic Preservation Act: A 25th Anniversary Assessment
NPS 75th Anniversary Readings

Vol 14 No 5 1991

America's Tribal Cultures—A Renaissance in the 1990s
A Model Cultural Center at Pojoaque Pueblo
Keepers of the Treasures—Cultural Council of American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians- An Update on the New Tribal Organization
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Offers Training for Native American Groups
What Are Traditional Cultural Properties?
New Training Opportunities for American Indians at the Smithsonian Institution—The American Indian Studies Program
Tribal Cultural Heritage Programs in Alaska
Federal Agency Management and Native American Heritage Values
Native Americans and Cultural Resource Management Programs- The View From Wyoming
The Archeological Assistance Program in the NPS Alaska Regional Office
A Quapaw Reburial
Montana's Maiden Conference
It's All One Story—A Look at Research in Alaska Today
National Register Programs in the NPS Alaska Regional Office
The Songs Come Home—The Federal Cylinder Project
Ak-Chin Him Dak—A New Model for Community Heritage Management Opens to Public
The Cultural Legacy of America's National Parklands
John E. Cook—Profile of Leadership in NPS-American Indian Relationships

Vol 14 No 6 1991

Cultural Landscapes: The Intent and Tenor of the Times
Historic Residential Landscapes in Georgia: The Georgia Living Places Project
Documenting Historic Parks in the Nation's Capital
Canyon De Chelly—An Ethnographic Landscape
The Presidio of San Francisco's Cultural Landscape
NPS Pacific Northwest Region Cultural Landscape Inventory
The Evolving Landscape at Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area
Cultural Landscape Program Development in the NPS Midwest Regional Office
Managing Cultural Landscapes in the Canadian Parks Service
Visitor Wear and Tear of Cultural Landscapes: Recommendations for Stonehenge
Departments
     Preservation Resources
     Bulletin Board

Vol 14 No 6 Supplement 1991

Interdisciplinary Research in Historic Landscape Management

Vol 14 No 7 1991

The Civil War Soldiers System: The Inside Story
The Greene Geological Museum: Science in the 19th Century and Today
Ernest Allen Connally: Le Maitre des bons mots
The Southern Stucco Tradition
Of Places and People—Reflections of the Quincentenary
The Quincentennial Parks and Native Americans
NPS Spanish Colonial Heritage Symposia in San Antonio
Departments
     Preservation Resources
     Washington Report
     Bulletin Board
     Local News

Vol 14 No 7 Supplement 1991

Local Incentives for Historic Preservation

Vol 14 No 8 1991

Why We Preserve—How We Preserve: Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of World War II
USS Arizona Project
The Japanese Midget Submarine HA-19: A Unique Artifact that Helps Us "Remember Pearl Harbor"
Forgotten Chapters of a War
World War II: Aleutian Reminders
Ship Preserved, History Honored
Archeology of World War II POW Camps
Commemorative Activities within National Cemeteries Administered by the National Park Service
Archeology and Icons: USS Arizona and Other Examples
The Military Drawdown and Historic Preservation
Reflections of the Day of Infamy- Rare and Forgotten Views of the Pearl Harbor Attack

Vol 14 Bonus Issue 1991

Held in Trust: Preserving America's Historic Places
THE NATIONAL HISTORIC PRESERVATION ACT OF 1966 25TH ANNIVERSARY REPORT

Supplement 1991

Preserving the Past and Making it Accessible to Everyone: How Easy a Task?

Vol 15 No 1 1992

NPS and HBCU: Preserving Our Heritage
HABS/HAER and HBCU
Teaching with Historic Places: Heritage Education and the National Register
Agate Fossil Beds National Monument and the Cook Collection—an Original High Plains History
Historic Resources Study: Fort Raleigh National Historic Site
Considering Reconstruction as an Educational Tool
The Case Against Reconstruction
The Columbian Quincentenary: Caribbean Style
Departments
     Preservation Resources
          Upcoming National Register Bulletins
     Washington Report
          Capitol Contact
          NPS Stresses Planning for the 1990s
          National Archeological Survey Initiative
     Information Management
          Update on Geographic Information Systems in NPS
     Tribal News
          Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act Implementation
     Local News
          Best Corn Fed CLG Program
     Viewpoint
          Archeology and the Conservation Ethic
     Bulletin Board

Vol 15 No 2 1992

Discovering Our Aviation Heritage
Wright Brothers National Memorial: A Short History
The Birth of Aviation in Dayton, Ohio: Is a New NPS Unit About to Take Off?
An Examination of the Variable Density Wind Tunnel: NASA's Most Unique National Historic Landmark
The Rogers Dry Lake National Historic Landmark
Lunar Landing Research Facility
Held in Common: Historic Architecture in America's National Parks
Apocalypse Now? The Fate of World War II
Sites on the Central Pacific Islands
CRM at East Base, Antarctica
Joint NPS-TVA Slump Restoration Project at Russell Cave National Monument
Stabilization Project: Santee Indian Mound
Cultural History in National Parks: The Case of Broom Point, Newfoundland
Spanish Architectural Drawings for the United States in Foreign Archives
Departments
     Washington Report
          Capitol Contact
          NPS Symposium Calls for Reform
     Preservation Resources
          Book Review
          New Directions for the National Register
     Information Management
          NPSTV? NPS Enters the Video Age
     Viewpoint
          The Curation of Archeological Materials
          Expanding Public Benefits for the 21st Century
     Local News
          Staffing the Preservation Commission in Montgomery County, MD
     Bulletin Board

Vol 15 No 3 1992

Federal Agencies and the National Historic Preservation Act: An Overview
The Role of the Federal Preservation Officer in the Fish and Wildlife Service
The Federal Preservation Forum and the Federal CRM Program
Windows on the Past—The Forest Service Works with the Public to Understand and Preserve Our Past... to Understand Our Future
Cultural Resources Management in National Parks
Intrigue of the Past—Utah's Archeology Education Program
The Cultural Resources Program of the Soil Conservation Service
Preservation Planning on Army Installations
Evaluating and Documenting Traditional Cultural Properties
Have You Dug Up Anything Neat? The Role and Function of the Interagency Archeological Services Division, NPS, Southeast Region
Federal Contracting in Cultural Resource Management: A Contractor's Perspective
The Business of Consulting
Viewpoint—Where to Now?
Bulletin Board

Vol 15 No 4 1992

Forging a National Register Multiple Property Nomination: Pennsylvania Iron Furnaces and Steel Mills
The Farm Creek Section in Central Illinois-Participation in the Geology NHL Theme Study
Interpreting Slavery—The Kingsley Plantation Example
Gateway NRA's Floyd Bennett Field: A Cultural Resource
Resources Management-An Interdisciplinary Approach
Something for the Children: Ocmulgee National Monument's Discovery Lab
Federal and State Shipwreck Management in the U.S
Departments
     Washington Report
          Capitol Contact
     Preservation Resources
          Book Review
     Information Management
          Computer Mapping
          National Register Properties
     Viewpoint
          Archeology and the Conservation Ethic: Another Perspective
     Bulletin Board

Vol 15 No 4 Supplement 1992

Collection Storage-Making a Case for Microenvironments

Vol 15 No 5 1992

America's Labor History—The Lowell Story
The Lowell Conference
A New Roof for Arlington House
Managing Repatriation: Implementing the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act
Raising the Dead—Reconstruction Within the Canadian Parks Service
Evoking the Past or Provoking the Gods? Some Observations on Period Reconstructions
Ground-penetrating Radar—An Archeological Tool
Historic Theaters—A Vital Component to Downtown Development
Fort Sumter—Preserving its Crumbling Walls
Interpretation and the Historical Archeology of the Civil War
Departments
     Washington Report
          Capitol Contact
          Interior Museum Property Program Update
     Preservation Resources
          Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest
          Restoration Field School
     Local News
          Making Property Owners Aware of Historic District Status
     Viewpoint
          Interpreting Slavery—A Response
     Bulletin Board

Vol 15 No 6 1992

CPS/PWC/NPS: Sharing Information and Experiences
Management
     Managing Heritage Structures in the 1990s-Current Issues Facing the CPS
     Sustainable Conservation in Historic Preservation
Evaluation, Documentation, Investigation, Monitoring, and Planning
     The Impact of Enhanced Values on the Care of Historic Structures
     New Techniques for Recording Historic Structures
     Heritage Recording: A Low-Cost Recording Practice
     Autocad and Historic Photographs
     Graphic Documentation of Stone
     Building Assessments: The Presidio Challenge
     CPS Asset Management Process
Codes
     Building Code Application to Existing Structures
     Protecting Buildings for Life
     A Fire Safety Equivalency System
     Park Roads and Highway Standards-Going-To-The-Sun Road
     Constructing a Replacement Covered Bridge at Point Wolfe
Treatment
     Preserving Treatment Records
     Upgrading HVAC Systems in Historic Buildings
     Preserving the Resource
     New Mechanical Systems for Historic Structures
     Effects of Extreme Snowfall on Historic Buildings at High Elevations
     Seismic Retrofit of Historic Buildings
     Accessibility and Preservation Conflicts
     Log Replacement Techniques
     Les Consequences de la Surutilisation de Structures Historiques
     The Reconstruction of Engine House No. 6
     Reconstruction of Fort Union-A Multi-disciplinary Approach
     Rehabilitating Jacob Riis Park
     Rehabilitating Crater Lake Lodge
Preservation Partnerships
     Private Heritage Buildings in CPS Park Townsites
     Partnerships—Leasing at Lowell
Training
     A Preservation Skills Training Program for the NPS

Vol 15 No 7 1992

Cultural Diversity and Historic Preservation
The Weeksville Project
New History at the Old Museum
Comment on Edward Chappell's "New History at the Old Museum"
African-American Archeology, Public Education, and Community Outreach
Documenting Diversity: Cultural Resource Management in Hawai'i
Ybor City Historic District
The Eastern European Community in Dayton, Ohio
Applied Ethnography Addresses Cultural Diversity
Heritage Education: Emphasizing African-American and Spanish History in South Carolina
Cultural Diversity in Georgia: For the People or By the People?

Vol 15 No 7 Supplement 1992

Audiovisual Materials for Preservation Education

Vol 15 No 8 1992

Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of World War II—One Year Later
Early Warnings: The Mystery of Radar in Hawaii
My Life is in Ruins-The Limitations of Stabilization as a Presentation Technique
Partnerships: New Approaches to an Old Idea
Neighborhood and Historic Preservation
Submitting Material to CRM
Landmarks in Civil Engineering
Marsh-Billings National Historical Park Established
Departments
     Washington Report
          Capitol Contact
          National Catalog Update
          National Archeological Survey Initiative
     Preservation Resources
          Book Review
     Local News
          Mobile's Endangered Properties List: A Useful Preservation Tool
     Tribal News
          Keepers of the Treasures Conference
     Bulletin Board
          Friendship Hill Celebrates Grand Opening
          Peterson Prize Winners Announced

October 1992

Directory of College, University, Craft and Trade Programs in Cultural Resource Management (Long Term)

Volume 15 1992

A Directory of Training Opportunities in Cultural Resource Management (Short Term) October 1992 - December 1993

Vol 16 No 1 1993

Administrative History—A Management Tool
Doing Administrative Histories
Researching and Writing a History of Natural Resources Management
Administrative History for History and Administration
Writing a History of the Federal-State Historic Preservation Program
Documenting a Miracle-Oral History and Cuyahoga Valley
Administrative History-A Graduate Student's Reflections
Publishing Administrative Histories
Institutional Memories for Managers
Departments
     Washington Report
          NHPA Amendments of 1992
     Preservation Resources
     Bulletin Board

Vol 16 No 2 1993
TEACHING WITH HISTORIC PLACES

Where Did History Happen?
Creating a Partnership
Heritage Education-What is Going on Out There?
Prominent Places for Historic Places-K-12 Social Studies Curriculum
Notes on Location and Place
Creating Lesson Plans for Teaching with Historic Places
Being Selective: Documents and Lesson Plans
Parks as Classrooms to Date-Just Scratching the Surface
Teacher Training for Teaching with Historic Places
Anatomy of a Book-The Great American Landmarks Adventure
Archeological Public Education Programs
Response Form
Insert: Lesson Plan—"Knife River: Early Village Life on the Plains"

Vol 16 No 3 1993

HABS/HAER—Moving Forward with the Past
Recording NPS Roads and Bridges
Documenting Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway
Measuring Buildings for CAD Measured Drawings-The Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials
White House Documentation Projects
The Jeannette Glass Study
Charleston Photogrammetry
The Engineering of Flight-Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
HABS Documentation in the National Parks
Birmingham Industrial District
The Charles E. Peterson Prize-A Consistent Winner
The Clipper Ship Snow Squall Translating A Dream Into Reality
The Mon Valley-Discovering the Genesis of the Modern American Steel Industry

Vol 16 No 4 1993
A REALITY CHECK FOR OUR NATION'S PARKS

Part I: Establishing a Context for Treatment
     Kansas City's Park and Open Space Legacy
     Landscape Architecture in National Parks 1916-1942
     Project Work in Chicago's Historic Parks
Part II: Planning for Treatment
     Assessment Strategies for Canada's Historic Sites
     The Nation's Oldest Rural Cemetery-Mount Auburn, Cambridge
     Tomorrow's Parks and Open Spaces-Preservation Strategy for Waterford Village
     Preservation of a California Oasis-Rancho Los Alamitos, Long Beach
     Rehabilitation of a Woodland Park-Hills and Dales, Dayton
Part III: Treatment and Implementation
     The Rehabilitation of Red Creek Bridge-Genesee Valley Park, Rochester
     Construction and Maintenance of Rustic Furnishings-Central Park, New York
     Management and Treatment of Historic Views and Vistas-Stan Hywet Hall, Akron
     Management and Protection of Historic Eastern Hemlocks
     Jens Jensen: Maker of Natural Parks-Book Review

Vol 16 No 5 1993

An Experiment in Archeological Site Stabilization—Part II: Cumberland Island National Seashore
Practicing the Liberal Arts-Mary Washington College's Preservation Program
Saving Outdoor Sculpture-A Nationwide Survey is Underway
Lighting Museum Objects-Fiber Optics at Friendship Hill
Breaking Tradition-The Federally-Built Landscape of the Navajo Nation
Learning About Labor History-The Botto House NHL
Second Lives: The Survey and Use of Architectural Study Collections
Archeological Curation and Collections Management-A Challenge for Federal Agencies
Saving WWII Historic Sites-Metals Conservation Course in the Marshall Islands
Historic Preservation at Vandenberg AFB
Interdisciplinary Manager Course Develops
Book Reviews
     Past Meets Future
Departments
     Preservation Resources
     Viewpoint
     Bulletin Board

Vol 16 No 5 Supplement 1993

Filing Cabinets and Safes for Protection of Paper Records, Computer Media, and Photographic Records from Fire Damage

Vol 16 No 6 1993

Cultural Resources From the Recent Past
The Significance of the Recent Past
Collecting Today For Tomorrow
Maximum Collection Dynamics-A Tradition of Change at Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village
Postcards: The Pan-Document of the 20th Century
McWindow on the World
Dilemmas of Caring for Recent Public Art
Historic 20th-century Building Products Database
Disappearing Ducks and Other Recent Relics
Good Intentions Gone Awry?
A Building With a Magnetic History
Preserving the Legacy of the Cold War
Recent Landmarks in Vancouver—The Post-1940s Inventory
Developing a Survey Methodology for Roadside Resources
Where the Planner Meets the Road—The NPS Route 66 Study
Historic Highway Preservation—Not A Dead End Street!
Made for Motoring
A Museum for Gas, Food, Lodging, and a Duck

Vol 16 No 6 Supplement 1993

Vol 16 No 7 1993

Historic Lighthouse Inventory
Restoring a Landmark Lighthouse in South Florida
Wolf Ridge After Pearl Harbor-Waiting for the Enemy Who Never Came
Linear Frontiers
Telling Historic Preservation Time-Using Illusion with Care to Reveal the Past
The Box City Project of Fredericksburg, VA
The Federal Preservation Officer: Responsibilities and Qualifications-A Report and Recommendations to the NPS
New Initiatives in Museum Archival and Manuscript Collections
Preservation and Seismic Retrofit of Historic Resources-NPS Technical Assistance in the Middle East
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Collection
Departments
     Washington Report
     Viewpoint
     Preservation Resources
     Bulletin Board
Reader Survey/Mailing List Inquiry

Vol 16 No 8 1993
ARCHITECTURAL STUDY COLLECTIONS

Material Worthy of A Second Life
Colonial Williamsburg's Architectural Fragments
SPNEA's Architectural Elements Collection
The Collection at Independence NHP-Source of Information "Not Found in Books"
The Care of Architectural Collections-A Research Project at the Smithsonian
English Heritage's New Study Centre
Curatorial Concerns with Architectural Collections
Artifacts in Architectural Study Collections as Seen from Different Points of View
     The Viewpoint of a Craftsman-The Old Merchant's House Ceiling Medallions
     The Viewpoint of an Architectural Historian-Residential Casement Windows
     The Viewpoint of a Historical Architect-Salvaged Artifacts: The Lessons They Offer
     The Viewpoint of an Engineer-Uses of Structural Artifacts in an Engineering Office
     The Viewpoint of an Interpreter-Building the Story
Useful Teaching Aids
The Ethical Implications of Starting a Collection
Windows Through Time: An Exhibit

Vol 16 No 9 1993

A Directory of Training Opportunities in Cultural Resource Management (Short Term) October 1993-December 1994

Vol 16 No 10 1993

Aircraft as Cultural Resources-The Indiana Approach
Cultural Resources Management and Aviation History
Civil War Sunken Ships-Legacy Resource Management Program
Rethinking Labor History-The West Virginia/Virginia Coal Mining Industry
PA SHPO Inventories French & Indian War Sites
PAST Program is Present!
Cooperating for Solutions-The Southwest Region Collaborates with the University of Pennsylvania
Orphans of the NPS-The NPS Clearinghouse
NPS Joins Test of Micromist Fire Suppression System
It is No Small Thing to Outwit Time
Preserving the Past by Protecting the Present
Departments
     Washington Report
          Capitol Contact
     Viewpoint
          Letters
          Practicing Anthropology as a Four-field Discipline
     Preservation Resources
          Reviews
     Bulletin Board

Vol 16 No 10 Supplement 1993

Oral History-The Hyde Park Project
Wards of the Hyde Park Project
Oral History-Delivering a Powerful Interpretive Message

Vol 16 Special Issue 1993
TRADITIONAL CULTURAL PROPERTIES

What You Do and How We Think
Traditional Cultural Properties in the National Register of Historic Places
Recognizing Cultural Heritage in the National Historic Preservation Program
Two Views of the World
Traditional Cultural Properties, Cultural Resources Management, and Environmental Planning
Traditional Cultural Properties and Consultation with Traditional Communities
Administering Federal Laws and Regulations Relating to Native Americans-Practical Processes and Paradoxes
Protecting Traditional Cultural Properties Through the Section 106 Process
Working Together-The Roles of Archeology and Ethnohistory in Hopi Cultural Preservation
The Fence Lake Mine Project-Archeology as Traditional Cultural Property
A Tribal Perspective on Traditional Cultural Property Consultation
Traditional Cultural Properties-Pros, Cons, and Reality
When Worlds Collide-Indians, Archeologists, and the Preservation of Traditional Cultural Properties
Documenting Traditional Cultural Properties in Non-Indian Communities
Beyond Bulletin 38-Comments on the Traditional Cultural Properties Symposium

Vol 17 No 1 1994

USFS Preserves Its Treasures
Setting Up a Preservation Workshop
Documentation at Eagle Creek Recreation Area
The Heritage Partnership Initiative-National Heritage Areas
The Cultural Resource Training Initiative-1994 Courses
Urban Archeology in St. Augustine-Volunteers Assist Research and Public Outreach
Archeology of an Industrial Town-Harpers Ferry and the New Order of Manufacturing
Historic Parkway Design-A Look at the AASHTO Green Book
The Unincorporated Hamlet-A Vanishing Aspect of the Rural Landscape
Stabilization and Restoration at Russell Cave
Archives—An Answer to Your Questions
Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire Site is NHL
Departments
     Preservation Resources
     Washington Report
     Viewpoint
     Bulletin Board

Vol 17 No 2 1994
USING THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES

Getting the Most for Our Money
The "New" Architectural History
Connecting History with Historic Places: The Multiple Property Approach
Archeology and The National Register
Research, Stewardship, Visibility, and Planning
National Register Information is a Hidden Treasure
Researching African American History
Praise and Recognition: The National Register in Montana
Unlocking the Past: The National Register in New York
Preserving the Legacy: Georgia's Historic African American Resources
History Where it Happened: The National Register in Minnesota
From Skeptic to Believer
Chinese Properties Listed in the National Register: A Forest Service Initiative
Local Preservation Activities
Livable Communities
The Economic Effect of National Register Listing
The Mission Trail: A Springboard for Heritage Tourism
The National Register Regional Travel Itineraries
Our Past/Ourselves: Teaching with Historic Places
Learning to Identify and Evaluate: The National Register and Higher Education
Teaching Preservation at the Graduate Level
Interpretation: A Road to Creative Enlightenment
Reading About the National Register

Vol 17 No 3 1994
NPS, ITS PARTNERS, AND INTERNATIONAL HISTORIC PRESERVATION

A New World Order and Historic Preservation
The World Heritage Convention-Looking Ahead
NPS International Programs-The View from Santa Fe
Mexican/US Cultural Resources-Expanding a Partnership
ICOMOS General Assembly, Sri Lanka 1993
US/ICOMOS Programs-An Update
Civil War Battlefield Parks-An Inspiration for Preservation in Poland
US/ICOMOS Summer Internships
Richard Morris Hunt Fellowship
US Historic Preservation Assistance to India
Developing Cultural Resource Management in Egypt
Cultural Patrimony of the Roman Catholic Church
Polish/American Heritage Conservation Cooperation
Canadian/US Cultural Resources
Cultural Tourism: Gold Mine or Land Mine?

Vol 17 No 4 1994

What To Do About Lead-Based Paint-New Guidelines Coming Soon
Aircraft Restoration Practice and Philosophy
Disaster Relief-Grants for Historic Preservation
Cultural Resources Management in Mexico
Cataloging Archival Materials-The Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials
Tile Roofs of Alfred, New York
Orphans of the Storm-The Preservation of Architectural Plasters in Earthen Ruins
The National Register Looks Toward the Future
National Preservation Technology and Training Board
Departments
     Washington Report
     Viewpoint
     Preservation Resources
     Bulletin Board

Vol 17 No 5 1994

The Roving National Historic Landmark—Jeremiah O'Brien
The Old Wheeling Custom House-Modern Structural Analysis Meets Historic Needs
Preservation Partners Working Together for a New Library
Preserving Our Nuclear History: A "Hot" Topic
NPS Theme Study in American Labor History
Architectural Salvage: Historical Tradition or Chronological Confusion?
Cultural Resource Management: Understanding Diverse Perspectives
The Advantages of Volunteer-Assisted Research
Historic Preservation and the African American Community-A Measure of Commitment to Cultural Diversity
Are We Losing Authenticity to Recover Appearances? Viewpoint Colloquy
Archival and Manuscript Materials at the NPS
Park History Advisory Committee
The National Maritime Alliance
Departments
     Preservation Resources
     Viewpoint
     Tribal News
     Bulletin Board
     Information Management
          Special Report—Telecommunications Networks and Internet in the NPS

Vol 17 No 5 Supplement 1994
HISTORICAL RESEARCH IN THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

Vol 17 No 6 1994
ARCHEOLOGY AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

Managing the Past for the Future
The Federal Archeology Program
In the Public Interest
Taking Stock of the Past
Caring for Collections
Engaging the Public
Promoting Communication
Protecting the Resource
Organization of the Federal Archeology Program
Departments and Agencies
Government, the Public, and the Law

Vol 17 No 7 1994
LANDSCAPE INTERPRETATION

Revealing the Value of Cultural Landscapes
For the Curator of Trees and Teacups-The Landscape as Artifact
Landscape Interpretation in the United Kingdom-A Historical Perspective and Outlook
Interpreting in the Landscape-A Hebridean Perspective
Relating Integrity to Interpretation
Interpretive Values and Cultural Landscapes-An Australian Perspective
Canyon de Chelly National Monument-Interpreting a Dynamic Cultural System
Southern Appalachian National Forests-Interpretive Planning for Rural Historic Landscapes
The O'Keeffe Landscape-Setting the Stage for Interpretation
The Social Aspects of Muskau Park in knica, Poland-Planning and Management in a Community Context
Visual Simulation as a Tool for Interpretation
Interpreting a Painful Past-Birmingham's Kelly Ingram Park
Interpreting Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve
Interpreting Historic Burying Grounds-Boston's Initiative

Vol 17 No 8 1994

The Heritage Area Phenomenon-Where it is Coming From
The Mouse That Roared-Rediscovering Partnerships for New National Historic Sites
Anthropology Lab 2470-01
The Labor History Theme Study-A New Paradigm for Management
Agent of Change-The Matewan Story
Lost Heritage-WWII Battlegrounds in the Pacific
The Incorporation of Digital Images into an NPS Photo Archive System
Digitization and Archival Information
Using "Tourism" as a Context for Historical Archeology Sites-An Example from Yellowstone National Park
ICCROM... that's an interesting acronym!
Knight Foundry-Water Powered Foundry & Machine Shop—Since 1873
Current Issues in Archeological Protection for the Department of Justice
Preparing for the 50th Anniversary of Guam Liberation-Metals Conservation Course and Demonstration Project
Departments
     Viewpoint
     Preservation Resources
     Bulletin Board

Vol 17 No 9 1994

Commemoration and Controversy Without Warning
Commemorating 20th Century Wars
Why Keep Archives?
Architectural Artifact and Study Collections—An Update
Tools to Manage a Historic European Park-Using GIS and CAD in Poland
Toward a New Past-Interpretation of Native History Within Parks Canada
The Bad Pass-A Ten Thousand Year Old Highway
Active Anthropological Archeology
Canadian/US Curatorial Services-Joint Ventures Proposed
Departments
     Viewpoint
     Preservation Resources
     National Center
     State News
     Local News
     Bulletin Board

Vol 18 No 1 1995
PUBLIC MONUMENTS AND OUTDOOR SCULPTURE

Introduction: Public Monuments and Outdoor Sculpture
PUBLIC SCULPTURE: HISTORY AND CULTURE
America Celebrates Its Past: The Hall of Fame of Great Americans
     Kalamazoo's Memorial to Martin Luther King, Jr.
Rocky Too: The Saga of an Outdoor Sculpture
     Rocky in bronze, Philadelphia Inquirer editorial
Bringing Monuments to Life at Gettysburg
INVENTORY AND ASSESSMENT
SOS! Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going?
Sculpture Inventories Around the World
     In Australia
     In Argentina
     In Finland
     In Great Britain
Kitson Hikers Capture a Half-Century of Corrosion History
CARING FOR OUTDOOR SCULPTURE
Caring for Outdoor Bronze Sculpture
The Central Park Monuments Conservation Program
Long-Term Care for Sculpture Collections
Planning Ahead for the Care of New Artworks
Art in New York City's Public Schools
Cleveland's Fountain of Eternal Life Gets 99-Year Lease on Life
NPS Cares for Gettysburg's Monuments
Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site Interprets Conservation

Vol 18 No 2 1995

DEPARTMENTS
Point of View
Washington Report
Preservation Resources
National Center
Bulletin Board
FEATURES
Humanities and the National Park System
Protecting the Messages on El Morro
Aircraft as Cultural Resources-The Navy Approach
Archival Certification and the National Park Service
Blood Residue Analyses of Ancient Stone Tools Reveal Clues to Prehistoric Subsistence Patterns in Yellowstone
Museum Information Standards in the 21st Century

Vol 18 No 3 1995
ARCHEOLOGY AND THE PUBLIC

Sharing the Past with the Present
ArchNet and Archeological Cyberspace
The Languages of Images
Ten Years After: Surveying Misconceptions About the Human Past
CRM and Native Americans: An Example from the Mashantucket Pequot Reservation
Archeology, Land Use, and Development: Educating Communities Through Comprehensive Planning
Provide for the Common Defense, Promote the General Welfare
SAA Public Education Committee: Seeking Public Involvement on Many Fronts
Families, Friends, and Cemeteries
Cold Water Volunteers: Their Role in Lake Champlain's Submerged Heritage Programs
Archeological Site Conservation on Private Property
Scouting for Archeology
A Magnificent Obsession: How One Volunteer Unraveled the Story of Vermont's Rich Industrial Heritage
Education and Public Outreach in Federal Programs

Vol 18 No 4 1995

DEPARTMENTS
Point of View
National Center
Preservation Resources
Local News
Bulletin Board
FEATURES
Historic Preservation and the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s
Finding Funds for the NPS Museum Collections
Earliest Americans National Historic Landmarks Theme Study
Limited-Residency Master of Arts in Historic Preservation Center for Continuing Studies, Goucher College
Monacans Return to Natural Bridge-First Annual Powwow
Cultural Resource Training Directory Update

Vol 18 No 5 1995

The University as Partner
Soupstones, Nails, and Boiled Axe
New Paradigms for Preserving Old Buildings
Rustic Architecture-Period Design in the Columbia River Gorge
Interpretive Interventions
Hands on the Landmarks, Part I
Hands on the Landmarks, Part II
The CRM Index Database Project
The Eugene Masonic Cemetery-Partnerships in Rural Cemetery Preservation
The Hope Abbey Mausoleum-An Example of Early-20th-Century Community Mausoleums
Preservation of the Pete French Round Barn
Living Architecture-Differing Native and Anglo Perceptions of Preservation

Vol 18 No 6 1995

DEPARTMENTS
Point of View
Preservation Resources
Washington Report
National Center
Bulletin Board
Tribal News
FEATURES
The Riverspark Story-Partnerships Making a Real Place Into a Living Park
Landmark Decision-Remembering the Struggle for Equal Education
Cultural Tourism and the Landmark Trust
Disaster Mitigation for the Bertrand Collection Artifacts
NPS Assists Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Communities
An Air Force Legacy
SUPPLEMENTS
Historical Research in the National Park Service
Archeology and the National Register
NCPTT Notes from the Center

Vol 18 No 7 1995
WORKING TOGETHER TO PRESERVE THE PAST

The Historic Contact in the Northeast-National Historic Landmark Theme Study
     An Overview
     A National Perspective
The Most Important Things We Can Do
The NHL Archeological Initiative
Shantok: A Tale of Two Sites
Pemaquid National Historic Landmark
The Fort Orange and Schuyler Flatts NHL
The Rescue of Fort Massapeag
Historic Contact at Camden NHL
Research and Preservation at Norridgewock NHL

Vol 18 No 8 1995
PRESERVING THE RECENT PAST

The Recent Past
Preserving the Recent Past—An Introduction
Saving the Suburban Sixties—Historic Preservation Planning in Fairfax County, Virginia
Landmarks of Chicago Blues and Gospel—Chess Records and First Church of Deliverance
Structural Glass: Its Flistory, Manufacture, Repair, and Replacement
Stonewalling America—Simulated Stone Products
The Metal and Glass Curtain Wall
International Perspectives on 20th-century Heritage
Preservation and the Recent Past—New from Technical Preservation Services

Vol 18 No 9 1995
CULTURAL RESOURCES AND THE WORLD WIDE WEB

What in the World is the World Wide Web?
NPS Internet/World Wide Web
Government Information Policy
Developing a National Park Service World Wide Website: A Brief History
The World, The Web, and The Smithsonian
Forging a Presence on the World Wide Web
WWW Sites of Interest to Cultural Resources Personnel
Searching the Internet through the World Wide Web
Electronic Publishing: A Legal and Practical Primer
World Wide Web Resources
From the Industrial Revolution to the Information Superhighway-Lowell National Historical Park and the World Wide Web
Gettysburg National Military Park and the Electronic Frontier
Technology and Technology-Chickamauga and Chattanooga
Council for the Preservation of the Anthropological Record and the World Wide Web

Vol 18 No 10 1995
USING MUSEUM COLLECTIONS

Introduction
Using NPS Museum Collections
We've Come a Long Way: A Servicewide View
Perspectives
The Guise of Summer: Seasonal Changes in Historic House Furnishings
Draft Standards for the Treatment of a Distinct Cultural Resource
Beyond Traditional Curation of Collections
The University of Alaska Mammal Collection
Uses of Museum Collections
Using Resource Management Records
Museum Collections in the Columbia Cascades Cluster
Uses
A Used Collection Still in Use
Using the Fort Union Trading Post Collection
Harry S Truman National Historic Site
Historic Structure Field Collections
Restoring Wolves and Historic Interiors
Mementos and Memories: The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Collection
From Restoration to Fund-raising
Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park
Two Hundred and Sixteen Square Feet of Treasure
Mount Rushmore National Memorial
Little Bighorn National Monument
The Southeast Utah Group
A Rare Spot for an Owl
Sapatqayn, Nakia's Link to the Past
Rediscovering Resources
MOUs Can Be the Way to Go
Techniques Preserving and Exhibiting Wet Specimens
Integrated Pest Management and Preserving Exhibit Items
Exhibiting Color Copies
Replicating Historic Collections in the National Park Service
Anniversaries
Exhibit Celebrates Glacier's 85th Anniversary
Another First for the Wright Brothers
Jamestown Prepares for Quadricentennial in 2007
Documentation
It's a Matter of Time-The Value of Documentation
ANCS Provides Access to Alaska Museum Collections
Storage
Designing Critical Habitat for Collections Use
High Technology in Civil War Era Storage Facility
The Curator
The Curator as Social Historian
Bibliography
Publications Using NPS Collections

Vol 19 No 1 1996

DEPARTMENTS
Point of View
Local Programs
Preservation Resources
Bulletin Board
FEATURES
Studying Armories-DoD's Legacy Program Funds New York State Survey
Legacy Program Preserves Post's History
Revitalizing America's Canals
Ecological Approaches to the Stabilization of Civil War Earthworks
Cooperative Partnership Preserves Lighthouses
Objects Out of Context
The Ancient Tabby Ruins of Fort Frederica National Monument
Southern Coastal Lime Burning
Emergency Resource Recordation-GPS May Be Your Best Bet
National Park Service to Study Large Federal Dams
Oil and Gas Industry Contributes to Cultural Heritage Management on Public Lands
Historic Preservation Treatment Toward a Common Language
Public Benefits of Archeology

Vol 19 No 2 1996
CONNECTIONS: AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY AND CRM

FEATURES
Passing the Baton
Beyond Simply Black and White
The Brown Foundation Story-Developing Resources to Interpret Public History
Roberts, Plessy and Brown-The Long Hard Struggle Against Segregation
Oral Histories—Capturing Forgotten Moments in Civil Rights History
The Underground Railroad-A Study in Heroism
The Meaning of Slavery in the North—Interpreting Historical Ties Between the Industrial North and Slave South
African Americans in the Civil War
Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Project
Harpers Ferry and the Niagara Movement
Historic Preservation and the Civil Rights Movement
The Kansas African-American History Trail
Interpreting African-American History in the National Parks
DEPARTMENTS
Point of View
     Beyond Image and Icon: History's Bounty at the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site
     Telling the Truth
State News
     New York State Guide to African-American Historic Resources
Preservation Resources
Further Reading
Bulletin Board
Listing of National Parks Associated with African-American History

Vol 19 No 3 1996
PRESERVATION IN THE PACIFIC BASIN

Asia and the Pacific-A Big Area to Cover!
"The Future of Asia's Past"—An International Conference on the Preservation of Asia's Architectural Heritage
Historic Preservation Programs and the Community-The Example of Hawai'i
Historic Preservation Training in Micronesia-An Assessment of Needs
Learning from Levuka, Fiji—Preservation in the First Colonial Capital
Notes on Preservation in Singapore
Heritage Conservation in Japan-An Eyewitness View
Heads or Tails? The Preservation of Western-style Buildings in China
In the Shadow of Skyscrapers—Hong Kong's Colonial Buildings Await New Custodians
Little Town in the Big City—Chinatown in the First Port of Gold Mountain
Honolulu's Chinatown
Japanese-American Cultural Resources in Western Washington
Research, Education, and Cultural Resource Management at Angkor Borei, Cambodia
Angkor Borei
The World Monuments Fund and Training at Angkor/University of Phnom Penh
Valuing the Ordinary—an Australian Perspective
The Burra Charter at Work in Australia
War Remains—The Culture of Preservation in the Southwest Pacific
World War II Battlefields and National Parks in the Pacific
Historic Military Properties in the Pacific

Vol 19 No 4 1996

DEPARTMENTS
Point of View
State News
Preservation Resources
Bulletin Board
FEATURES
The Unassuming Quonset: Survival of Semi-Circular Significance
Historic Preservation Through Canal Trail Development
Separation of the Church from the State of Decay-Recycling Three Historic Churches
Affordable Housing and Historic Preservation
Conservation Initiatives in India
Financing Historic Preservation in Rural Communities-A Case for Legalized Gaming
"Stone Soup" Fund Raising: A Recipe for Success
Museum Exhibit Lighting Seminar
Reviewing History
Education at Pete French Round Barn—A Preservation Field School
Fort Sam Houston Hosts Preservation Skills Course
The James P. Beckwourth Mountain Club
African-American Traveling Trunks
Disaster Mitigation and Response Programs for Historic Sites
Getting the Word Out About Archival Collections-The Library of Congress Extends a Hand to Smaller Repositories
Dupont Memorial Fountain: Celebrating 75 Years

Vol 19 No 5 1996
CRM IN THE NATIONAL PARKS

CRM in Harpers Ferry National Historical Park-An Overview
A Place in Time-Thoughts on Harpers Ferry
The Architectural Program of Harpers Ferry NHP-Evolution, Accomplishments, Expectations
Using Cultural Landscape Reports
The Flood of 1996-Opportunities for Interpretation and Training
A Confluence of Goals, Employee Development, and Resource Preservation
Preserving Artifacts-Displaying John Brown's Bible
The Virtual Visitor Center-Breaking New Ground on the World Wide Web
Harpers Ferry's History Database
Transforming Craft to Wage Labor-Archeology of a Worker's Houselot
SHPO Partnership with Harpers Ferry
CRM at Harpers Ferry NHP

Vol 19 No 6 1996
A MODEL PARTNERSHIP: 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE NATIONAL HISTORIC PRESERVATION ACT

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR AND THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
From Secretary of the Interior Bruce Babbitt
From Director Roger G. Kennedy
Introduction
A Model Partnership
The National Center for Cultural Resources Stewardship and Partnerships
FEDERAL AGENCIES
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation at 30
The National Strategy for Federal Archeology
STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION PROGRAMS
States Take Preservation Beyond NHPA
Partnerships in Community Preservation
LOCAL GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS
Still Local After All These Years
Springvllle, Utah: A Certified Local Government
PRIVATE SECTOR
The National Historic Preservation Act: Creating a 30-Year Partnership
Statewide Preservation Organizations and NHPA
Urban Treasures or Urban Nightmares?
THE PROFESSIONS
NHPA and the Practice of Archeology
Historians Then, Historians Now

Vol 19 No 7 1996

DEPARTMENTS
Point of View
Washington Report
Preservation Resources
NCPTT
Bulletin Board
FEATURES
Grave Issues
Restoring Boston's Historic Burying Grounds
Diagnosing Moisture in Historic Buildings
Have You Checked Your Pocketknife Lately?
90 Years of Archeology and Historic Preservation
The Antiquities Act—Setting Basic Preservation Policies
In Defense of Digging
Archeological Preservation as a Means, Not an End
The Antiquities Act—Regulating Salvage of Historic Shipwrecks

Vol 19 No 7 Supplement 1996

Historical Research in the National Park Service

Vol 19 No 8 1996
APPROACHES TO HERITAGE

Foreword
Hawaiian Perspectives on Historic Preservation and Cultural Resource Management
Historic Preservation in Hawaii: An Archeological Perspective
The Significance of Heiau Diversity in Site Evaluations
Hawaiian Cultural and Natural Resource Management
To Preserve an Island
Heritage Preservation in the Pacific Island States
The Cultural Landscape at Ke'anae and Wailuanui
Learning About The Past. Learning Lrom The Past-Bishop Museum and Communities Working Together
Archeology and the Public at Bishop Museum
Olelo Hawai'i—Hawaiian Language as Cultural Resource
Preserving HawaiT's Traditional Landscapes
Overview of Historic House Museums and Parks in Hawai'i
Managing Historic Resources in an Evolving Hawaiian Community-Kalaupapa NHP
Robert Louis Stevenson in the Pacific
Portugal in Asia-A View of Preservation in Macau
Micronesia Update
University of HawaPi Summer Program in Architectural Recording
1996 Pacific Preservation Field School

Vol 19 No 9 1996

DEPARTMENTS
Point of View
Preservation Resources
Bulletin Board
FEATURES
Setting Sail on the Ship of State-Landscape Architecture in the National Park Service
New Approaches to Disaster Response
THE AUTOMOBILE LANDSCAPE
Road-related Resources Listed in the National Register
The Lincoln Highway
What's New with the Pig Stands—Not the Pig Sandwich!
Petroliana and the Cultural Landscape-Preserving a Gas Station in a Historic Canal Town
The Early Passing of an Architectural Landmark
HABS/HAER
One of a Kind-The Records of HABS/HAER
Southeastern Pennsylvania
United States Pipe and Foundry Company
New Exhibition
Color Images at HABS/HAER
Adapting Digital Technology Used in Ship Design to Cultural Resources
Public History in the Legal Arena
The Archeology of Americanization-Assimilation and Changing Identity of Phoenix Indian School Pupils

Vol 19 No 9 Supplement 1996

National Register of Historic Places: Multiple Property Submissions

Vol 20 No 1 1997
THE NATIONAL TRAILS SYSTEM

CRM and the National Trails System
A Trail Historic Resource Study-How I Did One
Determining Significance-Hawaii's Ala Kahakai
The Object of Your Mission-Resource Management Planning
Locating the California Trail at City of Rocks, Idaho
Test Excavations at Fort Hall, Idaho-Summary Results
Webs of Significance-Trails From Above
Why Preserve Trails? A Wyoming Perspective
One Trail, Many Meanings—The Lolo Trail
Preserving the Iditarod Trail
Historic Trail Preservation by Handshake-Can Certification Agreements Protect Trail Resources?
Look Before Leaping Into a Rut-Conserving Historic Trails
Pearls on a Sting-Interpretation of National Historic Trails
Stepping Back in Time Along the Appalachian Trail
Saving the Old Creates Something New-The Oregon Trail
Reenactments and Living History-A View From the Stage
Keeping the Legend Alive-How Can We Help the "Lost Generation" Find the Value of Historic Trails?
Trails and Historical Ways in Switzerland
For Further Information

Vol 20 No 2 1997
AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY AND CULTURE

Foreword
African-American History and Culture—A Remembering
African-American Deputy Marshals in Arkansas
Seminole Black Culture on the Texas Frontier
Interpreting Slavery at Hampton NHS
Slavery at White Haven
Underground Railroad Parks—A Shared History
A Private Museum Confronts the Underground Railroad
The John Brown Fort—African-Americans' Civil War Monument
The Niagara Movement—Lessons Reviewed
A Civil War Cemetery and African-American Heritage
African-American History at War of 1812 Sites
The African-American Sailors' Project—The Hidden History of the Civil War
African-American History in the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Partnership
Lifesavers' Courage and Duty Went Hand-in-Hand
Magnificent Achievements—The M Street High School
The African-American Discovery Trail
From Segregation to Preservation—Monroe Elementary School
Civil Rights in Orangeburg County, South Carolina
Forging Partnerships, Creating Contexts
African-American History at Independence NHP
Another Kind of Glory
African-American History at Colonial Williamsburg
Museum Programs at Jefferson National Expansion Memorial
Peanut Man or Educator—The Legacy of Booker T. Washington
Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
Fox Lake—A Resort Like Many Others
The National Archives for Black Women's History

Vol 20 No 3 1997
PLACING WOMEN IN THE PAST

FEATURES
Foreword
Placing Women in the Past
Everywhere and Nowhere—Women at Ellis Island
Interpreting Women's History at Male-Focused House Museums
Women and Vernacular Gendered Buildings and Sites
Women's History in the National Register and the National Historic Landmarks Survey
Supporting Working Women—YWCAs in the National Register
The Role of Women in Preservation—A Georgia Perspective
How Women Saved South Pass City, Wyoming
Cranberry Bogs to Parks—Ethnography and Women's History
Preserving Women's Rights History
Engendering the Klondike Gold Rush
Re-discovering Lost Lives—Domestic Servants at Glenmont, Edison NHS
"Raising Our Sites"—Integrating Women's History into Museums
Keeping Women in their Historic Places—Bringing Women's Stories to the Classroom
From Her Arms to His—Making Women's History Come Alive
"... To Get A Little More Learning"—Prudence Crandall's Female Boarding School
Connecticut's Advisory Committee on Minority and Women's History
Las Mujeres—Voices from the Borderlands
Interpreting Servants at the Martin Van Buren NHS
Arlington House, Slavery, and the Plantation Mistress
Maria Israel and the Old Point Loma Lighthouse
Women of Yellowstone
Adelaide Johnson—A Marriage of Art and Politics
Honoring Women of Massachusetts
POINT OF VIEW
No Place for Women—Interpreting Civil War Battlefields
De-centering Men as the Measure—Or, What Were Women Doing During the Continental Congress?
PRESERVATION RESOURCES
References, Newsletters, Museums, Conferences
Book Review
National Historic Landmarks

Vol 20 No 4 1997
PARKS CANADA

Sharing Experiences
Broadening Horizons
The Federal Archaeology Office
Is Shared Leadership an Oxymoron?
Archaeology—A Crucial Role in Ecosystem Management
The Cultural Landscape of a National Park
Abandoning the Cult of the Artifact—Cultural Landscape Management on the Chilkoot Trail
Archaeological Monitoring—Butchery or Surgery?
NPS Archeology Program
The Threatened Archaeological Collections Project
Preserving Archaeological Collections for the Future
A New Tool for Cultural Resource Management
York Factory's Octagon—A Multi-faceted CRM Challenge
Tales that Privies Tell
How Much Archaeological Inventory in Large National Parks is Enough?
Imperilled Patrimony—Rescuing Threatened Archaeological Resources in Kluane National Park
Threatened Archaeological Sites in the Mountain Parks
Life on the Edge—The Cultural Value of Disappearing Sites
Early Holocene Archaeology and Paleoecology on the Northern Northwest Coast
Ninstints Pole Conservation Project
Environmental Assessment—A Tool of Cultural Resource Management
Co-operative Management of Archaeological Resources—A New Opportunity
Aboriginal Land Claims and Cultural Resource Management
Inuvialuit-Parks Canada Partnerships in Heritage
Other People's History—Commemorating the Cultures of Yukon First Nations

Vol 20 No 5 1997
ALTOGETHER FITTING AND PROPER: SAVING AMERICA'S BATTLEFIELDS

Foreword
Working Together
Catalyst for Battlefield Preservation-The Civil War Sites Advisory Commission Study
Planning Partnerships Work-The Chattanooga Area Civil War Sites Assessment
Takings Law-Fact and Fiction
An Uphill Battle for Recognition
Treatments for Historic Battlefield Landscapes
Preserving Civil War Sites-Maryland's Voluntary Easement Strategy
Lee vs. Grant-Battlefields and Tourism in Virginia
Better Planning Through GIS-Battlefield Management Efforts at CAST
Mapping Battlefields
Preserving Kentucky's Civil War Legacy
A Small Battlefield with Many Friends
Revolutionary Preservation
National Historic Landmark Battlefields

Vol 20 No 6 1997
THE FEDERAL HISTORIC PRESERVATION TAX INCENTIVES

Introduction
Historic Preservation Tax Incentives Program, The First 20 Years
Historic Buildings for Affordable Housing
Guidance for Incorporating Affordable Housing Units in Rehabilitated Historic Buildings
Tax Projects and the National Parks
Revitalizing the Nation's Main Streets
Turning White Elephants into White Knights
Preserving the Icons of American Architecture
Building on the Basics—Wisconsin's Experience with Preservation Tax Incentives
Identifying Technical Preservation Issues—Preservation Tax Incentives Projects
Well Connected—Standards, Guidelines, Policy & Publications, and Technical Information
Analyzing the Economic Impacts of Historic Preservation

Vol 20 No 7 1997

DEPARTMENTS
Point of View
Preservation Resources
Bulletin Board
FEATURES
The Future of the NPS History Program
Historic House For Sale—Cuyahoga Valley's Sellback Program
National Park Service and Army Join Forces for Historic Preservation
Wright Brothers Monument Restoration
A Cape Hatteras Lighthouse Update
A Record of Accomplishments—Interview with Rowland Bowers
Guidelines for Architectural Historians Testifying on the Historic Significance of Properties
Virginia Company Foundation Digs Fort Raleigh
The Importance of Preserving Heritage Resources
Public-Private Partnership Saves Rail Corridors for Trail Use
NCPTT GRANTS
Protecting Historic Buildings and Structures from Termites
Training Youth in Vernacular Earthen Architecture and Associated Cultural Traditions
Half-Hull Ship Models-Unlocking Historic Ship Designs From Our Past
WHAT PEOPLE ARE DOING
U.S. Information Agency Lectures on Archives in Bolivia
ICOMOS General Assembly Symposium—Heritage and Social Changes
Colonial Williamsburg—A Seminar for Historic Administration

Vol 20 No 8 1997
KEEPING LIGHTHOUSES

New Priorities for Lighthouse Keepers
Lighthouse Construction Types
National Lighthouse Organizations
Recent Rehabilitation of Anacapa Island Lighthouse—A Case Study
Pooles Island Lighthouse Stabilization Project—Cultural Resource Management at Aberdeen Proving Ground
Lighthouses within the National Park System
Moving a Lighthouse—A Brief History of the Efforts to Restore Drum Point Lighthouse
Pros and Cons of Moving Lighthouses
Split Rock Lighthouse—Interpretation at Historic Lighthouses
Relocation of the Highland Lighthouse, North Truro, MA
Preservation Education at the Cape Blanco Lighthouse
Keeping the Lights for Kids
Documenting Historic Lighthouses
South Manitou Island Light Station—A Collection of Diverse and Inter-related Cultural Resources
Partners in Lighthouse Preservation
Lighthouse Management—A Balancing Act by the U.S. Coast Guard

Vol 20 No 9 1997

NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARKS ASSISTANCE INITIATIVE
Preserving Our National Heritage: The National Historic Landmarks Assistance Initiative
Take Action—Letter from the National Parks and Conservation Association
Introduction
Expanding Participation and Support for the Designation of NHLs
The National Historic Landmarks Assistance Initiative
Parks Without Boundaries: The NHL Program
Preserving a President's Community
"I'm From the Government and I'm Here to Help You"—Visiting NHLs
The NPS Challenge Cost Share Program
A Leap of Faith—Preservation with ISTEA Funding
Are We Missing the Boat? Marketing Alaska's National Historic Landmarks
Landmark Makes Good—The Aleutian Historic Area
Small Town, Grand Plans—The Silverton,Colorado NHL
Wheelock Academy—Model for the Indian Territory
The National Historic Landmarks Initiative in the Southeast Region
The Presidio Within the Presidio—Historical Archeology in a NHL
Bodie, California—Preserving a Historic Mining Landscape
Midway National Historic Landmark: Transfer and Transformation

Vol 20 No 10 1997

A UNITY OF THEORY AND PRACTICE
Acknowledgments
Celebrating a Five-Year Anniversary—A Model Partnership in the Intermountain Region
Strategic Planning for Partnership
A Unity of Theory and Practice—Cooperative Research and Training Between the University of Pennsylvania and the NPS
Bridging Fragments to the Past
Preserving Adobe Ruins
A Preservation Action Plan for Fort Union
The University of Pennsylvania Comes to Fort Davis, Texas
Saving Authentic Surfaces—Plaster and Paint Stabilization at Fort Davis
A Tale of Two Conservation Projects at Mission San Jose, San Antonio
Stability and Integrity—The Convento Stone Column at Mission San Jose
18th-century Plasters Preserved—Conservation in the Convento of Mission San Jose
Inscription Preservation—A Challenge Met at El Morro
Rock Art Documentation and Assessment
Weathering of the El Morro Inscriptions
Epoxies, Grouts, and Inscriptions
Non-destructive Testing at El Morro
Pilot Conservation at EI Morro
Cliff Dwelling Walls—The Earthen Plaster Project at Mesa Verde
Managing Change—Conservation of Surface Finishes at Mesa Verde's Cliff Dwellings
Materials in the Laboratory—Earthen Plasters, Mortars, and Paints from Mug House
Ruins Preservation—Pre-Colombian and Historic Ruins Preservation in the Arid Southwest
Acrylic-modified Earthen Mortar

Vol 20 No 11 1997

EXPLORING HISPANIC HISTORY AND CULTURE—A DYNAMIC FIELD
Foreword
Your History, My History, Our History
Exploring Hispanic History and Culture
El Chamizal—Profile of a Displaced Hispano Community
Hispanic History in the National Register of Historic Places
Los Caminos Del Rio—A Bi-national Heritage Project Along the Lower Rio Grande
Patrimonios Culturales Kino Missions in Sonora Mexico and United States
Earthen Architecture Preservation: Along the Borderlands—Symposia Between Mexico and the United States
Preservation in the Mesilla Valley
The Spanish Borderlands As a Field of Historical Study—The View from the Spanish Colonial Research Center
Rancho Carricitos—Battlefield on the Rio Grande
From Out of the Shadows—Mexican Women in the United States
The Chicano Research Collection
National Parks Associated With Hispanic Heritage
Preservation of Spanish Colonial and Tejano Archeological Sites
Mission San Xavier Del Bac—A Model for Conservation
Rancho De Las Cabras—A Spanish Colonial Mission Ranch Offers Partnership Opportunities
The Trained Eye—Taking a Look at El Rancho in South Texas
New World Hispanic Heritage Along the Anza Trail
Los Adaes—An 18th-century Capital of Texas in Northwestern Louisiana
Latinos in Historic Districts—Whose History? Whose Neighborhood?
The Hispanic Challenge
Hispanic Studies by the NPS in the Southeast and Caribbean
The Spanish-American War Centennial and the San Juan National Historic Site
Preservation Internship—or How I Learned to Love the Spanish-American War
Little Havana—The Cubanization of Miami's Cultural Heritage
Hispanic Privateers and Ancestral Metallurgists in Hopewell Exhibit
Not Just Another Island
A Ball Court Study in Puerto Rico
Touro Synagogue—Newport, RI
Hispanics in the Civil War

Vol 20 No 12 1997

PRESERVATION TRADES AND CRAFTS
Foreword
Connections—An Overview
Qualification Standards for the Trades?
Proposed Academic Program for Craft Workers in Historic Preservation
Historic Site Stewardship at the National Trust
Beyond the Trades—Working on the Creative Side
An Idea Whose Time Has Come—Preservation Trades Network
The DRY Stone Age—The Dry Stone Conservancy Promotes an Ancient Craft
There's No Such Thing as a Craftsman
Traditional Timber Framing Today
The Diversity of Application
1977—1997: A Retrospective of the Work of the Historic Preservation Training Center
Learning from Each Other
That Williamsport Experience
Putting More Tools in My Toolbox
What a Ride!
Give 'Til It Hurts
It Was Worth the Wait
HPTC'U'—Changing Courses
Certification in Preservation Skills and Technology
RESTORE Training for Restoration—The Bridge Between Theory and Practice
A Contractor's View of Craft Training
PAST Comes to Walnut Canyon National Monument
What Historical Architects Can Learn From the Preservation Trades—and Why They Should
Empowering the Craftsperson—Mantra: Inspect/Repair/Replace
Tools of the Trade—Cultivating Preservation Skills for Cultural Landscape Maintenance
Preserving the Baha'i House of Worship—Unusual Mandate, Material, and Method
Sheet Metal Craftsmanship—Pass It On
Directory of Preservation Craftspeople

Vol 20 No 13 1997

A CHALLENGE FOR THE MILITARY MISSION
Defending the Nation's Heritage
The Importance of Cultural Resources Management for the DoD
A Summary History of the Army's Preservation Program
An Integrated Method For Cultural Resource Management
U.S. Army Military District of Washington Implementation of a Historic Preservation Plan
Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Building 50 Restoration
Land-Use History—Past and Present
Graffiti at the Foxtrot Petroglyph Site
Remote Sensing Aids Archeological Investigations
The Presidio of San Francisco—A Study in Inter-Agency Cooperation
The Recent Past on Eglin Air Force Base
Uncovering the British Colonial Past in Northwest Florida
CRM Planning at Two Service Academies
Documenting a Cold War Nuclear Reactor—Attempting Innovation
Building an Enduring Dialogue: The Army Environmental Center's Native American Cultural Resources Program
Tularosa Basin Ecosystems: Past and Present

Vol 20 No 14 1997

CRM AND THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Foreword
Pierce Mill—A Past With a Future
Preserving the History of the First Flight—Wright Brothers National Memorial
Floyd Bennett Field-Gateway of Flight
Cotton Gins and Presses—Reading Industrial Artifacts at the Magnolia Plantation
What Is HAER?
Trigger for Atomic Holocaust—Aircraft Detection on the DEW Line
National Historic Landmarks Related to the History of Science and Technology
Managing RittenhouseTown—A National Historic Landmark
Rodman—Last of the Seacoast Muzzle-Loaders
Cannon and Conversation—Preserving and Interpreting Seashore Technological Change
The Japanese Village at the Nevada Test Site—A Relic of Nuclear War
Nice Towers, eh?—Evaluating a Transmission Line in Arizona
To Make the Crooked Ways Straight and the Rough Ways Smooth—Documenting 19th-century Transportation Systems
Collecting Slime—Cultural Resources in the Federal Fish Hatchery System
Interpretive Challenges in a Medical History Museum—The Stetten Museum's First 10 Years
Mystery of the Notched Bar at Saugus Iron Works
Resurrecting the Presidio's Historic Radio Network
Technological History as Green Space—Joliet Iron Works
Notes from the Field—Industrial Preservation in Great Britain
Preserving the History of Mining Technology in the NPS
Teaching Edison History with Traveling Trunks
Conferences

Vol 20 1997

Directory

Vol 21 No 1 1998

SHENANDOAH — MANAGING CULTURAL RESOURCES IN A NATURAL PARK
Foreword
Cultural Resource Management at Shenandoah—It Didn't Come Naturally
Shenandoah National Park—A Historical Overview
Shenandoah National Park—A Sense of Place
Skyline Drive Historic District—A Meeting Place of Culture and Nature
Judd Gardens—Between Culture and Nature
Shenandoah—Not Without the CCC
Shaver Hollow Research Natural Area—A Case Study for the Protection of Natural and Cultural Resources
GIS as a Preservation Tool at Shenandoah
Unfolding Cultural Resources at Shenandoah
"Almost Untouched"—Recognizing, Recording, and Preserving the Archeological Heritage of a Natural Park
Shenandoah—Laboratory for Change

Vol 21 No 2 1998

DEPARTMENTS
Point of View
Preservation Resources
Bulletin Board
FEATURES
A Splendid Little War—Does Anyone Remember in 1998?
The JNEM Arch's Unique Tram System—Still Running After 30 Years
Domesticated Waters—Delaware Bay Oystering's Science and Technology
Sustainable Design and Historic Preservation
Cultural Resource Applications for a GIS—Stone Conservation at Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials
Quechan Indians Boast Long Colorado River History
America's Watchtower—Saving the Old Post Office
The Seminar for Historical Administration Turns 40
Building Project Records at Independence

Vol 21 No 2 Supplement 1998

Historical Research in the National Park Service

Vol 21 No 3 1998

PRESERVATION EDUCATION
Preservation Education—In Service to the Community
The Classroom and the Community—Historic Preservation at George Washington University
Preservation Studies and Public Service at Southeast Missouri State University
Investigating the Delassus House—Teamwork in Field Archeology and History
Savannah Students Survey the Community
The University of Maryland and the National Park Service—A Formidable Partnership in Historical Archeology
In the Land Grant Tradition—Preservation at the University of Delaware
Interdisciplinary Service to the Community—The Texas A&M Experience
Traveling Globally, Contributing Locally—Roger Williams University's Historic Preservation Students in England
Preservation Fieldwork at the University of South Carolina
The Japan/United States Preservation Community Exchange
Preserving Old Bangkok—The University of Hawaii's Asian Preservation Field School
Teaching Fieldwork in the Preservation Distance Learning Program at Goucher College
Preservation at Community Colleges
Call for Papers

Vol 21 No 4 1998

SLAVERY AND RESISTANCE
Foreword
Slavery and Resistance—Expanding Our Horizon
Revisiting the Underground Railroad
The UGRR and Local History
Confronting Slavery and Revealing the "Lost Cause"
Changing Interpretation at Gettysburg NMP
The Remarkable Legacy of Selina Gray
Frederick Douglass in Toronto
Local Pasts in National Programs
The Natchez Court Records Project
The Educational Value of Quindaro Townsite in the 21st Century
NPS Study to Preserve and Interpret the UGRR
The UGRR on the Rio Grande
NPS Aids Pathways to Freedom Group
The UGRR Archeology Initiative
The Amistad Research Center
BOOKS

Vol 21 No 5 1998

BRINGING THE PAST INTO THE FUTURE
Letter from the White House
Bringing the Past into the Future
Using Computerized Visual Simulations as a Historic Preservation Protection Strategy
Discovering Archeological Sites from Space
CRM and the WWW
Amoeba—NPS Technical Information on the Web
"Links to the Past"
Texas Historic Sites Atlas
Archeology, GIS, and Urban Planning in Québec City, Canada
Past Landscapes, Future Roads
A Columnar Experience
"Bus to Destiny"
The Civil War Explorer
"Teaching With Technology"
Visualizing the Construction of Hadrian's Pantheon
Applying GIS Technologies to CRM
Portable Non-contact 3D Scanner
Space, Time, and Technology
Visiting National Register Sites on the Web
Using GPS and GIS to Create a Historic Base Map
New Documentation Technologies at the Getty Conservation Institute
Using Computer-Generated Images at Fort Davis National Historic Site
Reevaluating Success
Columbia University's Multimedia Education Project
Interactive Time-Aware Interpretive Maps of Cultural Features
The Women In Military Service For America Memorial Register
A Multimedia Visit to the White House
Invisible Datum
CRM at the Air National Guard
Virtual Preservation in Cuba

Vol 21 No 6 1998

THE INFORMATION ECOSYSTEM
The Information Ecosystem
Using the Electronic Information Ecosystem for Research
Information-Seeking in Organizations and Archives
Records Management in the National Park Service
Cultural Records in Question Information and Its Moral Dilemmas
Archiving Archeological Data in the Next Millennium
The Stories You Could Tell-Using NARA Regional Resources for Site Interpretation
The Yellowstone Archives and its Affiliation with NARA
The Information Ecology of Archives
Information Skills and Primary Sources in Education
NPS Libraries Come of Age-Building the NPS "Virtual Library"
The National Register Information System-Preservation Strategies in the Data Center
Computerizing the National Register of Historic Places
The Information Ecosystem Bibliography

Vol 21 No 7 1998

AMERICA'S MINING HERITAGE
Mining History—A New Dialogue
Industrial Archeology and Historic Mining Studies at Michigan Tech
Geology National Historic Landmark Theme Study
Quincy Mining Company Landscape in Keweenaw National Historical Park
Interpretation at the Western Museum of Mining and Industry
Canada Post Celebrates the Canadian Institute of Mining
Reflections on Previous Ruminations—Some Thoughts about Mining Site Eligibility and National Register Bulletin 42
Newgate Prison and Copper Mine
Historic Mines of Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park
Mexican Mining Heritage—The Real Del Monte Site
The Mayflower Mill—Reclamation and Re-use
Finding Them Was the Easy Part—Making Sense of Historic Mine Sites on the Last Frontier
Gold Rush-Era Mining Sites in Alaska's National Parks
Geoarcheology of the Jinny Hill Mines
Cow Heads and Trout Farms—Underwater Exploration of the Dalliba-Lee Mine
A Tale of Mines, Prospectors, and Native Americans—The Making of Glacier National Park
If the Walls Could Speak—Mariscal Mine HAER Documentation
Abandoned Mines as Bat Habitat
Tri-Cultural Use of the Cerrillos Mines
Treasure Hill and the Archeology of Shermantown
The Kelly Mine—Archeological Monitoring and Hollywood Magic
The Threats to our Mining Heritage—A Provincial Point of View

Vol 21 No 8 1998

ANOTHER VIEW FROM HAWAI'I
Another View from Hawai'i—Cultural Continuities and Discontinuities in the Asia-Pacific Region
Preserving Hawaii's Heritage—Who Makes It Happen?
Waik'k—Where the Past Collides with the Future
Keeping Kaimuk—Making Main Street Work
M'lama o M'noa—Preserving a Historic Residential Community
Hawai'i—The Crossroads of the Pacific
The Australian Approach to Heritage Precinct Revitalization
Re-Creating the Urban Landscape of Modern Korea
Integrated Community Development and Cultural Heritage Site-Preservation in Asia/Pacific through Local Effort (LEAP)
Hula—Hawaii's Own Dance
Hawaii—Never Easier to Sell
Book Reviews
A New Kind of Plantation—The Polynesian Cultural Center
Plantation Housing in Hawaii
Incorporating the Plantation into 21st Century Hawaii
Hawaii's Early Plantation Heritage
The Uchida Coffee Farm in Kona, Hawaii
Historic Preservation in the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas
Cultural Heritage Management of Unexploded Ammunition
Managing Cultural Resources in a Multi-Use Area
Interpreting Women's History
Work at Angkor Continues
University of Hawaii 1997 Summer Field School—Kalaupapa, Moloka'i
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Buckminster Fuller Dome
The Battle of the Marquee
1998 Summer Field School
Saving Asia's Historic Cities
Meeting in the Freely Associated States of Micronesia
Maritime Archaeology Certificate
The East-West Center/University of Hawaii Program in Cambodian Heritage—An Update

Vol 21 No 9 1998

DEPARTMENTS
Point of View
Preservation Resources
Bulletin Board
NCPTT
FEATURES
National Park Service Archeology Programs in Alaska—The Big Picture
Fire and Flood—Archeological Survey in the Dynamic Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve
Gold Ship on the Yukon River
Preserving the Klondike Gold Rush Legacy
Integrating Natural and Cultural Resource Management in Katmai National Park and Preserve
Archeology and Labor History
Curating Living History—A Case Study from Bent's Old Fort National Historic Site
Mitigating Effects on an Industrial Pottery
Planning the Future for Prehistoric Monuments—The World Heritage Site at Avebury, England
Ethnic History Exhibits and Public Controversy
CRM at the Federal Columbia River Power System
Tuskegee Airmen and Moton Field—Creating a National Park
Developing Hantavirus Mitigation Procedures for Cultural Resources
Native Americans Come to the Rescue of America's Historic Coastal Forts
The Ganado Project
. A Short-Term Partnership with Long-Term Implications—Protecting a Forgotten Oasis on the Oregon Trail
Some Notes on Thematic and Multi-Park Administrative Histories
From Concept to Reality—Developing an Interpretive Center

Vol 21 No 10 1998

THE POWER TO PRESERVE: PUBLIC ARCHEOLOGY AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Foreword
Public Archeology and Local Land Use Law
Community Archeology—Working with Local Governments
Planning and Zoning Strategies—Protecting Connecticut's Archeological Resources
Archeological Review in Ann Arbor, MI
Passing the Ordinance is Not Enough—Two Examples from Iowa
Archeological Site Protection in La Quinta, CA
Preserving Our Options—Public Archeology in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Preservation Policy and Procedures—Public and Private Sector Development Review in Pima County, Arizona
Miami Underground—Dade County's Archeological Success Story
The Soapstone Local Historic Preservation District, Georgia
When Archeological Ordinances Fail—Protecting the Resource by Other Means

Vol 21 No 11 1998

UNDERSTANDING THE PAST
Practicing History in the Public Interest
Presenting History to the Public—The Study of Memory and the Uses of the Past
Seneca Falls Remembered—Celebrations of the 1848 First Women's Rights Convention
Honor the Past, Imagine the Future
Celebrating the Illinois and Michigan Canal
The Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo—Forgotten or Remembered?
Observing the Civil War Centennial—Rhetoric, Reality, and the Bounds of Selective Memory
Hope and Glory—The Centennial Celebration of the Monument to Robert Gould Shaw and the 54th Massachusetts Regiment
Structuring Memory—The Haymarket Martyrs' Monument
Women and the Spanish-American War
American Women Nurses in the Spanish-American War
A Spy Named Whitney
A Splendid Little War
Great Events in Canadian Women's History—Celebrations and Commemorations
Human Rights Declaration Turns 50
On the Road to Equality
Celebrating the Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Centennial 2002—Bureau of Reclamation
The 2003 Centennial of Flight-Aerospace Historians and the Challenge of Commemoration
A Decade of Rediscovery at Fort Clatsop National Memorial—Lewis and Clark Winter Encampment Bicentennial
The American Way of Memory

Vol 21 1998

Directory

Vol 22 No 1 1999

JAMESTOWN ISLAND REVISITED 1607-
Five Years of Jamestown
The Jamestown Archeological Assessment
Finding the Town in Jamestown Archeology of the 17th-Century Capital
Jamestown Island's Documentary History Clues to the Past
Looking Beyond the Town Archeological Survey at Jamestown Island
Continuing Jamestown's Military Tradition The Civil War Years
Lessons from the Past
Jamestown Rediscovery Archeological Cultural Resources Management for the New Millennium
Cultural Resource Management and Interpretation-A Cooperative Venture

Vol 22 No 1 Supplement 1999

Historical Research in the National Park Service

Vol 22 No 2 1999

ARCHIVES AT THE MILLENNIUM
Archives at the Millennium
Archives—A Primer for the 21st Century
The Value of Archives to National Park Service Historians
The Historic Documents Department—San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park
The Archives and Special Collections of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation
Preservation Information from the NPS
The Archives at the Mary McLeod Bethune Council House NHP
Managing Documentary Resources—Independence National Historical Park
Is the Record of the 20th Century at Risk?
Creating Permanent and Durable Information Physical Media and Storage Standards
What Is the Encoded Archival Description Standard?
Archival Reorganization at Little Bighorn Battlefield
Archives and the New NPS Collections Management System
Those Old Files...Surveying Archives in the National Park Service
The Sewall-Belmont House National Historic Site: The Florence Bayard Hilles Library Opens to the Public
Records Management Assistance from NARA
What Are Affiliated Archives?
Tips on How to Research in an Archives
An Archival Glossary for the Millennium

Vol 22 No 3 1999

IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
Working Together for Better Solutions
The Bighorn Medicine Wheel 1988-1999
The Shoshone Irrigation Project: Educational Exhibits as Mitigation
Government to Government: King County's Program for Tribal Involvement in Water Quality Decisions
Buying the FARM: A Forest Service Model for Legal Compliance
Discover Cathlapotle: Partnerships for the Past and Present-U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Staying Upright: Reflections on the Section 106 Process and the Glen Canyon Dam Cultural Program
A Framework for Creative Mitigation
Comments on Compliance and Management

Vol 22 No 4 1999

A SESQUICENTENNIAL OVERVIEW OF CRM AT THE INTERIOR DEPARTMENT
Foreword
Celebrating 150 Years
The Department of Everything Else, Including Historic Preservation
The Interior Building—Celebrating a Department's Mission Through its Architecture and Art
The Antiquities Act and National Monuments—A Progressive Conservation Legacy
Anthropological Connections
Department of the Interior's Archeology Program
Interior's Museum Collections—Your Heritage
Historic Preservation on the Public Domain—The Bureau of Land Management
General Patton's Camp
Linking the Past to the Future—Museum Collections and the Bureau of Land Management
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Cultural Resources and the U.S. Geological Survey
The National Park Service and Cultural Resources
CRM at the Bureau of Reclamation
Portraits of Reclamation
The Fish and Wildlife Service—Protecting Habitat and History
Beneath the Waters of Time—Interior's Submerged Cultural Resource Programs
Coal and Culture—The Office of Surface Mining's Tale of Two Resources

Vol 22 No 5 1999

Giving Research a Voice—Interpreting History in the Real World
San Juan National Historic Site Celebrates its 50th Anniversary
100 Years of Resource Stewardship—Mount Rainier's Archives Project
Disaster Relief, Recovery, and Historic Preservation—Arkansas and its 38 Tornados
Grant-Kohrs Ranch NHS Public Art Program
The National Maritime Heritage Grants Program
Saving The Star-Spangled Banner—A NPS-Smithsonian Partnership
Training for Law Enforcement— ATribal Perspective
Dollars Well Spent
Book Reviews
Moving a Lighthouse...Saving a Landmark
Garden Apartments—Three Preservation Case Studies in Virginia
Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park—A Non-Traditional Park Takes Off
Paul Laurence Dunbar
American Samoa Prepares its Historic District for Centennial
Commemorating the Underground Railroad in Canada
A Pragmatic Rehabilitation—The Continuing Use of Arisbe, Home of C.S. Peirce
Charles S. Peirce
The Lime Middens of Cumberland Island
Aberdeen Proving Ground Uncovers 17th century Settlement of "Old Baltimore"

Vol 22 No 6 1999

CONSERVING EARTHEN ARCHITECTURE / CONSERVANDO LA ARQUITECTURA DE TIERRA
A Rich Building Tradition/ Una Rica Tradición de Construcción
Adobe Toda
Training in the Conservation of Earthen Architectural Heritage/Formación en el Campo de la Conservación del Patrimonio Arquitectónico de Tierra
Building Institutional Alliances—Project Terra/Establecimiento de Alianzas Institucionales—Proyecto Terra
Earthen Architecture Traditions in New Mexico/ Tradiciones de Arquitectura de Tierra en Nuevo México
Earthen Architecture and Incentives at Acoma Pueblo
Earthen Architecture in the Northern United States—European Traditions in Earthen Construction
California's Historic Earthen Architecture/Arquitectura Histórica de Tierra en California
Earthquakes and Adobes—Effects and Systems for Intervention/ Terremotos y Adobes—Efectos y Sistemas de Intervención
Nuestra Señora del Pilar y Santiago de Cocóspera
Native Earthen Architecture in Eastern North America
Against the Odds—Hottai Ki
Holding Down the Forts—The Army, Adobe, and Preservation
The Conservation of Plasters in Earthen Archeological Sites
Vanishing Treasures—A Legacy in Ruins

Vol 22 No 7 1999

A NEW LEASE ON LIFE: CONSERVING MUSEUM COLLECTIONS
A New Lease on Life—Conserving Museum Collections
Mr. Fuller's Most Peculiar Firearm
The Conservation of the Classical Lighthouse Lens
Lighting for Conservation
Map Printing Techniques—An Introductory Note
Conservation Treatments for the Washington Monument Commemorative Stones—Using Guidelines
More Than Simply Treatment—What A Conservator Can Tell You About An Object
Passive Supports for Textiles
Using Freeze-dried Animal Specimens in Exhibits
Totem Preservation in Southeast Alaska
Contracting for Object Conservation Treatment
Conservation of a Yellowstone Studebaker Wagon
Restoration of the Lincoln Memorial Murals
The Importance of Curatorial Planning in Condition Surveys
Architectural Drawings—Valuable Records Requiring TLC
Conservation Science in the Parks—Not Just for Natural Resources
Summer Projects in Parks for Conservation Program Interns
A Workshop—Integrating Field Archeology, Conservation, and Culturally Appropriate Treatments
Creating a Set of Conservation Guidelines for Exhibitions

Vol 22 No 8 1999

DIVERSITY AND CULTURAL RESOURCES
Foreword
Imagining a Richer Tapestry
Enlivening the Study of History — Teaching With Historic Places
Heritage, History, and Hurston—Eatonville within the Preservation Movement
The Alamo's Selected Past
In the Cradle of Creole Culture
"To Follow Truth Wherever it May Lead"—Dealing with the DNA Controversy at Monticello
The National Association of Colored Women's Clubs
Angel Island Immigration Station—Immigration History in the Middle of San Francisco Bay
Stonewall—An Icon in Gay History—Recognized by the National Register
Planning for Jazz
Port Gamble, Washington—Managing Cultural Diversity on Puget Sound
A Multicultural Melting Pot in Ketchikan, Alaska
Making a Difference, Making It Happen
Booker T. Washington—The Man and His Landscape
Recording Decorative Artwork at the Aquatic Park Bathhouse, San Francisco Maritime N H P
Sargent Johnson (1887-1967)
Climbing Jacob's Ladder—Creating a Professional Museum Partnership
NPS Diversity Web Page
Preserving HBCUs for Future Generations
Helping Grassroots Preservationists Emerge in the Field
Jazz Club at Rossonian Hotel in Denver, Colorado
Understanding Diversity in the National Park Service—Point of View
Diversifying the Cultural Resources Profession

Vol 22 No 9 1999

PUBLIC/PRIVATE COOPERATION FOR OUTREACH AND EDUCATION
U.S. 219 Meyersdale Bypass Project
The Lorton Town Center Archeology Project Partnership
Volunteers Re-light Kilauea Point Lighthouse
Preservation Education on Midway Atoll
Lincoln Park—Evolution of a Landscape
THE LEGACY OF MISSION
Mission 66 and "Rustication"
The Mission 66 Visitor Center
Continuing Education—My Fulbright in Thailand
Retrofitting an Advanced Fire Protection System
Foamed Boron Preservative—A Wood Treatment Alternative
The Aiken-Rhett House—Historic Charleston Foundation Looks at its Past and Sees its Future
Cattle, Control, and Conservation
Integrating GIS and Cultural Resources Databases for Archeological Site Monitoring
PRESERVING LIGHTHOUSES
Moving Lighthouses
Moving Cape Hatteras Lighthouse
The Canton Asylum for Insane Indians
Romancing a Galleon (and Other Lost Ships) at Point Reyes Seashore
PRESERVING THE RECENT PAST
Documenting the Cold War—Investigating Available Resources
Interpreting the Cold War
Cold War Historic Properties at Aberdeen Proving Ground
Clearwater Battle Artifacts Returned
Greenbelt, Maryland—Preservation of a Historic Planned Community
Sisters Across the Ocean—Observations on Women in Cultural Heritage in Australia

Vol 22 No 10 1999

HISTORIC RAILROADS
Foreword
Historic Railroads in the National Park System and Beyond
Railroads as World Heritage Sites
19th- and 20th-century Potawatomi Culture and the Railroad—The Rails of Change
The Unheralded Resources of Golden Spike National Historic Site
A Grand Canyon Railway—Project for a New Century-the 20th
Through "the Greatest Gateway to the Greatest Park"—Dudes on the Rails to Yellowstone
Livingston—A Railroad Town and its Depot
To the Tetons by Train
Union Pacific Railroad Dining Lodges and Cafeterias for the National Parks
Petrified Wood and Railroads
Copper Mining, Railroads, and the "Hellhole of Arizona"
The Copper River and Northwestern—Alaska's Bonanza Railway
Frontiers in Transportation—Denali and the Alaska Railroad
Alaska Tourism, Skagway, and the White Pass and Yukon Route
The Curious Case of the Buried Locomotives—or Railroad Archeology with a Vengeance
Allegheny Portage Railroad—New Support for Old Arches
"Paint and Park"—The Lehigh & New England Railroad Caboose 583
The Rutland Railroad's Caboose No. 28
The Sacramento Locomotive Works of the Central Pacific and Southern Pacific Railroads, 1864-1999
Pardon Me Boys, Is That the Naval Ordnance Choo-Choo?
The Valley Railway—A Tale of Two Landscapes
On Track through a Beautiful Country

Vol 23 No 1 2000

DAM GOOD ARCHEOLOGY
Over Fifty Years of Dam Good Archeology—An Introduction to the Bureau of Reclamation's Cultural Resources Program
The Bureau of Reclamation and its Archeology—A Brief History
The History of Archeological Research at Medicine Creek Reservoir
The Salt-Gila Aqueduct Project and Hohokam Archeology
The Central Arizona Project
Reclamation's Museum Property
Postwar Partners in Archeology—The Bureau of Reclamation, the National Park Service, and the River Basin Surveys in the Missouri River Basin (1945-1969)
A View From the Lake—The Dolores Archaeological Program in the McPhee Reservoir Area, SW Colorado
A Retrospective on the Four Corners Archeological Program
New Melones—Public Interpretation of the Archeological-Historical Record
Traditional Cultural Properties vs. Traditional Cultural Resource Management
Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act Activities
Off the Back Roads and onto the Superhighway—Reclamation Reports
"Dam Good Archeology"—We're Glad It Got Done! The Historical Importance of Reservoir Archeology

Vol 23 No 2 2000

Cultural Resources, People, and Places of Aviation's Early Years
Flight in America, 1784-1919
Counting Down to the Centennial of Flight
From Pasture to Runway—Managing the Huffman Prairie Flying Field
Octave Chanute—Aeronautical Pioneer
Restoration, Preservation, and Conservation of the 1905 Wright Flyer III
Flying Off Rooftops
Roy Knabenshue—From Dirigibles to NPS
Fort Myer, Virginia's Place in Aviation History
Conserving Aviation Heritage Resources in the U.S. Air Force
A Place Called Langley Field—National Significance in American Military and Civil Aviation
From Obsolescence to Adaptive Re-use—Rehabilitating Building 661 at Langley Air Force Base
A New National Register Bulletin

Vol 23 No 3 2000

George Washington's Field Tents—The Challenge of Preserving and Interpreting a National Treasure in the 21st Century
Preserving a Piece of History
The Power of Place—Using Historic Structures to Teach Children about Slavery
Preserving Historic and Archeological Materials Found During Construction
ANCS+ at San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park—A Progress Report
Traditional Land Use as Starting Point—Opening Cross-cultural Dialogue at Crater Lake and Lava Beds
The Skutumpah Mammoth Excavation
19th-century Depredators in Brooklyn—The Naval Hospital Cemetery Story
Tracing the Origins of an Idea
Dr. Ernest Allen Connally
The Ever-changing Role of Historians at the Denver Service Center—A Retrospective
Exit Interview with Barry Mackintosh
Bicentennial of a Birth—John Brown, Life and Legacy
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
A Response to "The Alamo's Selected Past"
NOTICES
National Register of Historic Places-Web Site News
Preservation Briefs: Celebrating 25 Years
Discover the Places that Make America Great!
Photographic Conservation
Legends of Tuskegee
Preserving the Recent Past II
Heritage Eco-tourism Symposium
The Heritage Education Network

Vol 23 No 4 2000

HISTORIC AMERICAN ENGINEERING RECORD
HAER—Documenting Creativity
The Prehistory of HAER, 1965-1968
HAER and the Recording of Technological Heritage—Reflections on the Beginning
HAER Documents America's Park Roads and Parkways
Through the Mill—Documenting the Southern Textile Industry
Futtocks, Buttocks, and Duck Tails—HAER's Maritime Program
Working the Lights—Photography, Documentation, and Coast Guard Buoy Tenders
More than Cotton—Industrial Alabama
Allegheny Oil Powers—Documenting Endangered Cultural Resources in Allegheny National Forest
Small Steps and Giant Leaps—HAER Documentation of Static Test Facilities at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center
Engineering Methods in Historical Research
Recording Industrial Sites with CAD Technologies
The Institute for the History of Technology and Industrial Archaeology, and HAER—A Ten-Year Retrospective
The International Connection—HAER and the US/ICOMOS International Summer Intern Program
HAER, an Inspiration Across the Atlantic
Thirty Years of Documenting Engineering and Industrial Heritage through HAER Publications

Vol 23 No 5 2000

MUSEUM ISSUES AND TRENDS
Museum Issues and Trends
The Crisis in Archeological Collection Management
Non-Federal Museums Managing Federal Collections—The Utah Museum of Natural History
Archeological Curation in the 21st Century—Or, Making Sure the Roof Doesn't Blow Off
Deaccessioning Museum Collections
New Threats to Old Bones—The Theft of Fossil Vertebrates from Museum Collections
Biological Inventories to Use Museum Voucher Information
New Information from Old Collections—The Interface of Science and Systematic Collections
All That Glitters is Not Gold
Inherent and Acquired Hazards in Museum Objects—Implications for Care and Use of Collections
Collections Conservation—Some Current Issues and Trends
Florissant Fossil Beds Creates Database of Non-NPS Collections
Validating the Past in the Present—First Nations' Collaborations with Museums
What's New in Exhibits?
Interpreting Slavery at National Trust Sites—A Case Study in Addressing Difficult Topics
The Park Bookstore Earns More Than Money
Surf's Up—Do You Know Where Your Wet Suit Is?
A Precarious Balance—Collections Access and Intellectual Property Rights
POW Photos Donated to Andersonville National Historic Site
Museum Collections in the Information Age
The International Pillage of Cultural Property

Vol 23 No 6 2000

DISASTER MANAGEMENT
Disaster Management for Cultural Properties
Beyond Disaster Response—Public Policy Challenge of the New Millennium
Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water—Historic Preservation Disaster Planning in Miami-Dade County, Florida
Disaster Preparedness—How Ready Are You?
A Lesson Well Learned—New Methods of Disaster Preparation for Atlanta's Fox Theatre
Cultural Resource Protection and Federal Fire Management Issues
No Thanks to a Tornado
Conservation vs. Disasters—The Restoration of Kathrineberg
Emergency Stabilization of the Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
Mitigation—Fact or Fiction?
Flood Hazards and Protection Measures in the Valley of the Kings
The Cultural Heritage and the Nature of Disasters in Jordan and Palestine
Terrorist Attack—Disaster Response for the Oklahoma City Bombing

Vol 23 No 7 2000

PRESERVATION PLANNING
Preservation Planning—Ensuring a Future for Our Past
Preservation Planning in Annapolis—A Community Commitment, A Community Task
Community Consensus Planning for Battlefield Preservation
Taking America's Past into the Future—Prescott, Arizona, Plans for the Future of Historic Preservation
Geographic Information Systems and Prescott's Historic Preservation Master Plan
Cottage Grove—Heritage Preservation Planning in a Suburban Community
Planning and the Local Preservation Review Commission
A Tale of Two Communities—Community Involvement in Preservation Planning
Partnership Planning—Involving Partners in Meaningful Ways
Planning for and Preserving Cultural Resources through National Heritage Areas
Pennsylvania's Historic Preservation Plan—Partnerships and Public Outreach
The Kaho'olawe Use Plan—Non-traditional Planning for Traditional Use
Tribes Working with Agencies to Protect Resources
Whither Historic Contexts?—Their Role in 21st-century Planning

Vol 23 No 8 2000

CREATIVE TEACHING WITH HISTORIC PLACES
History in the Hands of Tomorrow's Citizens
On-Site Learning—The Power of Historic Places
Visualizing History—Inquiring Minds Want to Know
Sources, Sites, and Standards
Creating Place-Based Classroom Resources—Teaching with Historic Places Lesson Plans
It's History "Just for Kids"
Writing a TwHP Lesson Plan—A View from the Gaylord Building
A Blast from the Past—Using Historic Sites to Enliven History
Teaching with Historic Places in the Classroom
Arizona Students Learn from a Georgia Civil War Prison
The Community as Classroom
Seeing Is Believing—TwHP Field Studies
Response Form
TwHP and Local History—A Positive Partnership
Preparing Teachers to Teach with Historic Places
Collaboration in Teaching with Historic Places
Solving Local History's Mysteries—Researching Buildings for Fifth-Grade Teaching
The Real Thing in the Right Place
Teaching with Historic Places in the Parks
    On-Site/Off-Site—Students Learn about Andersonville
    Teaching the Klondike Gold Rush
    Digging History at Fort Frederica
    Training Teachers to Use Historic Places at Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania
Curriculum Connections—Making the Most of National Park Experiences
Teaching with Historic Places Makes a Splash on the Web
"Links" to Education
Developing the Next Generation of Preservation Professionals
Teaching with the National Register of Historic Places

Vol 23 No 9 2000

BEYOND COMPLIANCE: TRIBES OF THE SOUTHWEST
Dialogues
Beyond Compliance—Planning Heritage Preservation for Native American Ancestral Sites
Maintaining Traditions—The Importance of Neighboring Tribes in the Effective Management of National Park Resources
The Reconquest of Fort Apache—The White Mountain Apache Tribe Reclaims Its History and Culture
Restoring Acoma—The Pueblo Revitalization Projects
Three Groundbreaking Conferences—Ancestral Peoples of the Four Corners Region
NAGPRA and Beyond—Cooperation Leads to Precedents at the NAGPRA Review Committee Meeting
Living on the Edge—Combining Traditional Pueblo Knowledge, Permaculture, and Archeology
Sand Creek Massacre Site Oral History—Protecting Tribal Intellectual Property
Reburying History—Backfilling at Aztec Ruins National Monument and the Power of Consultation
Multiple Views of the Past—Integrating Archeology and Ethnography in the Jeddito Valley
The Navajo Nation Model—Tribal Consultation Under the National Historic Preservation Act

Vol 23 No 10 2000

PLAY BALL! SPORTS IN AMERICAN LIFE
Play Ball!—Sports in American Life
Vintage Postcards as Historical Images—Ghosts from the Gipper's Era
Bats, Balls, and Baseball Cards—Safeguarding Collections at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Fenway Park's "Green Monster"
Assessing Golf Courses as Cultural Resources
Lilli-putt-ian Landmarks—History and Significance of Miniature Golf Courses
West Point's Michie Stadium—Balancing History and 21st Century Collegiate Sport Programs
Boston's Curious Bowling History
Adriaen's Landing—Archeology, Geology, and Palynology in Connecticut's Central Valley
Exhumation at the Citadel's Johnson Hagood Stadium
McCoy Stadium—Legacy or Folly?
The Ballpark at St. George Station, Staten Island, New York
Archeology of Bank One Ballpark, Phoenix, Arizona

Vol 24 No 1 2001

PACIFIC PRESERVATION
Pacific Preservation
Cultural Landscapes and Protected Areas—New Partnership Opportunities in Micronesia
Preservation through Visual Anthropology and Training—Case Study from American Samoa
The Adze Quarries of Tutuila
Finding Help to Restore a Landmark
Artifacts of Our [ti] Facts
Guam's GIS Program
Dealing with Human Remains—An Approach from the Northern Marianas
Compliance, Science, and Research—Archeology in the Mariana Islands
The Navy and the Protection of Pacific Cultural Resources—A Unique Challenge
Heritage Eco-Tourism in Micronesia—Expectations of Government Officials
Interpretive Enhancements for Rota Route 100
Micronesia—Preserving a Fragile Resource
The Micronesia and South Pacific Program—A Decade of Cultural Resource Preservation Assistance
An Applied Approach to Archeology in Palau
The Challenges of Survey and Site Preservation in the Republic of the Marshall Islands
German Colonial Heritage in Micronesia
Training in Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia
Jungle Warfare 2000

Vol 24 No 2 2001

Time Crime—Anti-Looting Efforts in Virginia
Mesa Verde Collection Faces the Heat
A Partnership for the Past
Archeology Education at Fort Frederica
On the Road—"Disturbed" Roadways as Window to the Past
Working within the Community
What Can Happen When We Share—The Virginia Survey and Planning Cost Share Program
The Eye of the Professional vs. Opinion of the Community
The White House—Operation Preservation
National Historic Landmark Stewards Association
The Cumberland Gap—Coming Full Circle
New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park—Evolution of the Jazz Complex
Rehabilitating MLK's Neighborhood
Commemorating Canadian Nursing
An Unheralded Preservation Influence—The American Funeral Industry
Tradition and Technology—Adapting to New Mapping Tools in Archeology
A New Opportunity for Old Lighthouses
ICOMOS General Assembly
Book Reviews
Tributes

Vol 24 No 3 2001

KEEPING THE PEACE AND PROTECTING OUR HERITAGE: CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
Seeking Innovative Solutions to Managing Cultural Resources in the Department of Defense
The Department of Defense Legacy Resource Management Program
Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan Electronic Toolbox
Using GIS and the Web on Eglin AFB
Stewards of the Past—Archeological Collections and the DoD
Fort Hood, Texas—CRM in the Home of the Army's Largest Fighting Machines
NAGPRA Issues at Camp Pendleton
CRM at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin
Rock Art Sites at Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command
Preservation and Partnerships—Sacred Places on Army Lands in Hawaii
From Sacred Sites to Stealth Bombers—Bridging Cross-Cultural Boundaries
Military Aircraft Hangars—Footprints through a Century of Flight
Repatriation of Human Remains at Marine Corps Base Hawaii
Recovery of the Confederate Submarine H.L. Hunley
New Frontiers, New Soldiers of Preservation—The Presidio of San Francisco under Civilian Control
Resource Management in the Department of Defense—Defending America's Heritage

Vol 24 No 4 2001

WHAT'S FOR LUNCH? FOOD IN AMERICAN LIFE
What's for Lunch?
Evolution of the Ice Cream Stand
Food for Thought—A View Toward a Richer Interpretation of the House Museum Kitchen
Foodways in 18th Century Connecticut
The Art of the Feast—Decoration of Native American Food-Related Utensils
A Fine Kettle of Fish
Native Seeds/SEARCH—Tradition and Conservation
How to Bring a Cow into the Kitchen
The Eastern Oyster—Changing Uses from an Archeological Perspective
Slow Food—Preserving Traditional Foods and the Heritage of Taste
The Mystic Seaporr Bone Circle
About Food History News
A (Soda) Pop Culture and Fifty Years of Adverrising

Vol 24 No 5 2001

PEOPLE AND PLACES: THE ETHNOGRAPHIC CONNECTION
Heritage Under the Ethnographic Lens
Raising Muted Voices and Identifying Invisible Resources
Oral History and Technology Workshop
Ethnographic Resources Inventory and the National Park Service
Public History and Globalization—Ethnography at the USS Arizona Memorial
Displaying Discrediting History in Public Sites
American Indian Links to Manzanar
Close to Eden in Idaho—The Minidoka Internment National Monument
Latinos—¡Viva La Diferencia!
Fazendeville—Highlighting Invisible Pasts and Dignifying Present Identities
African-American Churches as Ethnographic Resources
Methods used in Ethnographic Inquiry in Aaska
The Subsistence-Flavored Ethnography of the Aaska Region
Ethnography and Historic Preservation—Palauan Challenges
Tourism and Native Cultures
Changing Views, Cultural Survival — Knowledge and Power in the Marshall Islands
Canyon de Chelly National Monument — Ethnographic Resources
Tribes Write Book About the Indigenous Peoples of the Olympic Peninsula
New Tribe/Park Partnerships—The Use of Ethnobotany in the Restoration of Indigenous Landscapes
Southeast Region's Prized Students
The Ethnography of Urban Benches
Ethnographic Landscapes

Vol 24 No 6 2001

CONSERVATION AND ARCHEOLOGY: CASE STUDIES IN COLLABORATION
The Improving Collaboration Between Conservation and Archeology
Mending the Past One Fragment at a Time—Archeological Conservation as a Scholarly Resource
Archeological Conservation Display
Field Conservation on the Housatonic and Hunley Shipwreck Excavations
Neglect of an Obvious Issue—The Storage of Human Remains
Integrating Conservation and Field Archeology—Insights from Central America
Rock Image Conservation at Petroglyph National Monument
Managing Archeological Collections Distance Learning
Archeological Conservation at the NYU Excavations at Aphrodisias
The Diverse Roles of an Archeological Conservator
Conservation and Materials Identification in the Field—A Maryland Case Study
Documenting an Early Cooking Disaster—The Conservation of the Meaux Site Porringer
Conservation and Heritage Management Award

Vol 24 No 7 2001

CULTURAL RESOURCES IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Managing for the Future
Connecting the Dots—Parks, Preservation, and Heritage in the 21st Century
Leading at the Beginning—Ernest Allen Connally
Philosophy and Principles of Preservation in Practice
Amplifying the Voices of All Americans—Ethnography, Interpretation, and Inclusiveness
Diversity and Cultural Resource Careers
Keeping Up with the Past—Updating Guidance for Archeological Best Practices
Enhancing NPS Stewardship of State-Owned Submerged Cultural Resources
Cultural Sensitivity and Tribal Authority in Research Projects and Museum Collection Management
On the Inside Looking Out—Guidelines for the Treatment of Historic Furnished Interiors
Place and Gender—Applying Gender Theory to the Documentation and Management of Cultural Landscapes
Working the Land—Understanding and Managing Our Nation's Agricultural Legacy
Evaluating Cultural Resources—Challenging Issues for the 21st Century

Vol 24 No 8 2001

CULTURAL RESOURCE PROTECTION AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
Disaster Preparedness, Planning, and Mitigation
History's Big Lessons
Responding to Nisqually—Historic Seattle's Role After the Earthquake
The Nisqually Earthquake
Disaster Recovery—Developing a Plan
"Lord Willing n' the Creek Don't Rise"—Flood Sustainability at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
Disaster Preparedness During Construction in Danger Areas
The Creeping Disaster—Dryland and Urban Salinity and its Impact on Heritage
Restoring the Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
The World Bank and ProVention—International Disaster Relief and Protection of Cultural Heritage
A Rich Heritage Lost—The Bhuj, India, Earthquake
Managing Sites of Human Atrocity

Vol 24 No 9 2001

PRESERVING AMERICA'S UTOPIAN DREAM
Tuning In and Dropping Out—An American Tradition
Brook Farm—A 19th-century Social Experiment
The Kaweah Colony—Utopia and Sequoia National Park
Dr. Cyrus Teed and the Koreshan Unity Movement
Thomas Hughes' "Rugby"—Utopia on the Cumberland Plateau
Kennecott—Alaskan Utopia
Utopia on the Wabash—The Hisrory of Preservation in New Harmony
Stewardship and Change in the Amana Colonies
NPS Assists in Development of Amana Itinerary
The Ephrata Cloister—Enigmatic Oasis
The Moravian Experience in the New World
Developing the Interpretive Plan for Oneida Community Mansion House
Zoar Village State Memorial
Origins of the Utopian Idea
Representing Historic Groups Outside the Mainstream—Hancock Shaker Village
The Preservation of Pleasant Hill

Vol 25 No 1 2002

THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES
The National Register of Historic Places Today
The (Economic) Value of National Register Listing
The National Register and Heritage Areas
Heritage Tourism
The National Register's Role in BLM's Cultural Heritage Program
The HABS/HAER and the National Register—A Symbiotic Relationship
Integration is the Key
The National Register—A Road Map to Preserving Sense of Place
How a Florida CLG Uses the National Register
Boom Times in Colorado and their Effect on the National Register
Cultural Landscapes and the National Register
Georgia's Agricultural Heritage and the National Register
Documenting Minnesota's Agricultural Heritage—The Nansen Historic District
Multiple Property Documentation for Planning and Interpreting Archeological Resources
Historic Residential Suburbs in the National Register
Public Housing in the United States, 1933-1949
Using the National Register as a Teaching Tool
Spreading the Word—Fulfilling the National Register's Mission Online
Taking It on the Road—National Register Documentation Becomes Available Over the Internet
Researchers Take Advantage of the National Register Collection
Section 106 and the National Register
Discover our Shared Heritage
Placing Students in the Past to Understand the Present

Vol 25 No 2 2002

LOOTING—A GLOBAL CRISIS
To CRM readers
Looting
Stealing History
The ARPA-way
Observations of ARPA Warriors—Twenty Years on the March
Archeological Law Enforcement Training
Returning Stolen Cultural Property—Tomb of Wang Chuzi Marble Wall Relief
An Overview of Anti-looting Efforts in Florida
"Rescuing" Artifacts—A Case Study in Disinformation
The Long-Term Looting of Caddo Indian Sites on Federal Property in Northeastern Texas
Tribal Perspectives in the War Against Looters
Bureau of Indian Affairs Training on Archeological Resource Crime
Management of Historic Ships and Aircraft Sites
Using Local Groups to Prevent Looting—An Example from Western Sweden
Securing Cemetery Plot Gates
Inadvertent Vandalism—The Hidden Challenge for Heritage Resource Management
Safeguarding an Archeological Legacy—Preventing Site Looting on Private Land

Vol 25 No 3 2002

SAVED FROM THE DAM
In the Beginning
From "Wreck-reation" to Recreation Area—A Superintendent's Perspective
In-Tocks-icated—The Tocks Island Dam Project
"The Minisink"—A Chronicle of the Upper Delaware Valley
Saving a Few, Before Losing Them All—A Strategy for Setting Priorities
Countrysides Lost and Found—Discovering Cultural Landscapes
Assessing Cultural Landscapes
Between a Rock and a Hard Place—Archeology in a National Recreation Area
Exploring the Archeological Potential of French and Indian War Fortifications
An Investigation of the Brodhead Site
Mistress of Stylistic Blends—An Architectural Pictorial of the Minisink
Upper Delaware Valley Cottages—A Simple Regional Dwelling Form
Camp Staff Breathes New Life into Old Cabin
Preserving and Interpreting Historic Houses—VIPs Show the Way
Yesterday and Today—Planting for Tomorrow
Searching for the Old Mine Road
Bit by Bit—Curation in a National Recreation Area
"Shall We Dance?"—Partnering with the National Park Service
The Ramirez Solar House—A Holistic Approach to a National Register Nomination
Peters Valley Crafts Education Center—Managing a Contemporary Crafts Center in a Historic District
"Drive-thru" History—A Self-Guided Auto Tour
Sympathy Harmony and New Architecture

Vol 25 No 4 2002

AMERICA'S CIVIL WAR
America's Civil War—Challenges, Perspectives, Opportunities
The American Civil War and the Preservation of Memory
Interpreting the Civil War—Moving Beyond Battlefields
Historians Under Fire—The Public and the Memory of the Civil War
How Important Is Battlefield Archeology?
Viewing the Civil War Through a Geological Window
Partners in Researching Fort Donelson's African American Past
"We Have a Claim on This Estate"—Remembering Slavery at Arlington House
Untold Stories—Women in the Civil War
In a Small Northern Town
Gettysburg the Way the Soldiers Saw It in 1863
Fort Sumter National Monument's New Facility at Liberty Square
Giving Voice to a Little Known Batdefield—South Carolina's Rivers Bridge State Historic Site
The Arkansas Civil War Heritage Trail—A Grassroots Battlefield Preservation Initiative
From Personal Experiences to Public Actions—Using a Historic Home To Interpret Ulysses S. Grant During the Civil War

Vol 25 No 5 2002

THE RED BUS RIDES AGAIN!
Finding Friends in Pennsylvania
Surveying Boulders at the Sacred Site of the Birdman
Faded Landmark to First Class Hotel — Hotel Monaco a Preservation Success Story
Saving America's Treasures
An Appalachian Tale — Restoring Boone's Wilderness Road
On the Road Again — Glacier National Park's Red Buses
Preserving Yesterday's View of Tomorrow — The Chicago World's Fair Houses
The Building Doctor Is In
Endnotes



   CRM: The of Journal of Heritage Stewardship

Vol 1 No 1 Fall 2003

INTRODUCTION
VIEWPOINTS
     Pioneering Stewardship: New Challenges for CRM
     Por la encendida calle antillana: Africanisms and Puerto Rican Architecture
SPOTLIGHT
     An Interview with Russell V. Keune
ARTICLES
     The Historic American Buildings Survey During the New Deal Era
     Historic Bridge Management: A Comprehensive Approach
RESEARCH REPORTS
     Archeology, Ancient Human Impacts on the Environment, and Cultural Resource Management on Channel Island National Park, California
     The Vicksburg Campaign Trail Feasibility Study
     Civil Rights Resources in Alabama
     Mission 66 Initiative
     The National Park Service Responds to the September 11 Terrorist Attacks
REVIEWS: BOOKS, EXHIBITS, AND WEBSITES

Vol 1 No 2 Summer 2004

INTRODUCTION
VIEWPOINT
     Images of the Past: Historical Authenticity and Inauthenticity from Disney to Times Square
SPOTLIGHT
     An Interview with William Seale
ARTICLES
     America's World War II Home Front Heritage
     World War II Shipwrecks in Truk Lagoon: The Role of Interest Groups
     Historic Places and the Diversity Deficit in Heritage Conservation
RESEARCH REPORTS
     Innovative Methods for Documenting Cultural Resources: Integrating GIS and GPS Technologies
     Presenting Race and Slavery at Historic Sites
     Studying Civil Rights and Racial Desegregation in the Pacific Northwest
REVIEWS: BOOKS, EXHIBITS, and WEBSITES
LETTERS

Vol 2 No 1 Winter 2005

INTRODUCTION
VIEWPOINT
     Preserving Ranches: Not Only Possible, but Imperative
SPOTLIGHT
     An Interview with Dorn C. McGrath, Jr.
ARTICLES
     Pilgrim Places: Civil War Battlefields, Historic Preservation, and America's First National Military Parks, 1863-1900
     Reclaiming New Deal-Era Civic Archeology: Exploring the Legacy of William S. Webb and the Jonathan Creek Site
RESEARCH REPORTS
     Historic American Buildings Survey: North Carolina Audit
     Exploring the Contributions of the Buffalo Soldiers Through New Technologies
     Mississippi's Historic Schools Survey
REVIEWS: BOOKS, EXHIBITS, and WEBSITES
LETTERS

Vol 2 No 2 Summer 2005

INTRODUCTION
VIEWPOINTS
     The Future of Preserving the Past
     Stewarding the Future
SPOTLIGHT
     An Interview with Penelope Hartshorne Batcheler
ARTICLES
     Evaluating the Significance of San Lorenzo Village, A Mid-20th Century Suburban Community
     Managing Cultural Resources in Alaska's Parklands
     Heritage Management and Tourism in the Obudu Cattle Ranch and Sukur Kingdom, Nigeria
RESEARCH REPORTS
     Civilian Conservation Corps Activities in the National Capital Region of the National Park Service
     Florida's New Deal Historic Resources
     Georgia's Historic Landscape Initiative
     Micropolitan: A New Statistical Tool for Preservationists
REVIEWS: BOOKS, EXHIBITS, and WEBSITES
LETTERS

Vol 3 No 1 Winter 2006

INTRODUCTION
VIEWPOINTS
     The Difficult Legacy of Urban Renewal
     A Doctoral Program in Industrial Heritage and Archeology at Michigan Tech
ARTICLES
     The Antiquities Act of 1906 at Its Centennial
     Interpreting the Shakers: Opening the Villages to the Public, 1955-1965
RESEARCH REPORTS
     Rediscovering a Las Vegas Neighborhood's African American Roots
     The National Cemetery Administration's Documentation Initiative
     Heritage Documentation Programs Record Baltimore's Mount Vernon Place
     The Preservation Arts and Technology Curriculum at Brooklyn High School of the Arts
REVIEWS: BOOKS, EXHIBITS, and WEBSITES
LETTERS

Vol 3 No 2 Summer 2006

INTRODUCTION
VIEWPOINTS
     Gauging Community Values in Historic Preservation
     Theoretical and Practical Arguments for Values-Centered Preservation
INTERVIEW
     An Interview with Elizabeth Barlow Rogers
ARTICLES
     Cultural Resource Management and Heritage Stewardship in Peru      Black Soldiers and the CCC at Shiloh National Military Park
RESEARCH REPORTS
     The Discography Project at Ellis Island Immigration Museum
     Historic Context and National Register Eligibility for Colorado Irrigation Ditches and Canals
     Recording a Mid-century Modern Landscape in Denver, Colorado
     The Recovery of the Longfellow Landscape
     The Historic American Landscapes Survey Documents Congressional Cemetery in Washington, DC
REVIEWS: BOOKS, EXHIBITS, WEBSITES & MULTIMEDIA

Vol 4 No 1 Winter 2007

INTRODUCTION
VIEWPOINTS
     Place-based and Traditional Products and the Preservation of Working Cultural Landscapes
     Cultural Heritage and Poverty Eradication in Uganda
INTERVIEW
     An Interview with Frederick C. Williamson
ARTICLE
     Gazetting and Historic Preservation in Kenya
RESEARCH REPORTS
     Hampden Community Archaeology Project
     The Freedmen's Bureau Records Project at the National Archives
     Connecting the Past, Present, and Future at Sitka National Historical Park
     The "Visions of Pele" Competition and Exhibit at Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park
REVIEWS: BOOKS, EXHIBITS, WEBSITES & MULTIMEDIA

Vol 4 No 2 Summer 2007

Introduction
Viewpoints
     Coming to Terms with the Civil War at Gettysburg National Military Park
     An Integrated Architecture for Effective Heritage Site Management Planning
Articles
     Frances Benjamin Johnston's Legacy in Black and White
     Three Models for Managing Living Landscapes
Research Reports
     The Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project at the University of California, Santa Barbara
     Lustron House Preservation Efforts in Arlington County, Virginia
     Nettleton's Addition Historic District in Spokane, Washington
     The Historic American Engineering Record's Maritime Documentation Project
Reviews Books
Review Exhibits
Reviews Multimedia
Letters

Vol 5 No 1 Winter 2008

Introduction
Viewpoints
     Authenticities Past and Present
Articles
     Preparing for a National Celebration of the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial
     Adina De Zavala and the Second Siege of the Alamo
     The Accokeek Foundation and Piscataway Park
     Authenticity and the Post-Conflict Reconstruction of Historic Sites
Research Reports
     The Return of the Hall Chair to Lincoln Home National Historic Site
     Excavation of an Early Dugout Homestead at Nicodemus, Kansas
     The Rhode Island State Home and School Project
     Teaching American History in Baltimore, Maryland
     The University of Virginia's Falmouth Field School in Historic Preservation
Reviews Books
Review Exhibits
Reviews Multimedia

Vol 5 No 2 Summer 2008

Introduction
Viewpoints
     Changeable Degrees of Authenticity
An Interview with Weiming Lu
Articles
     Authenticity and the Preservation of Technological Systems
     Women's Contributions to the Historic American Buildings Survey, 1933-1941
Research Reports
     Honoring James Hoban, Architect of the White House
     Adaptive Re-Use of the Old Evangelical English Hospital in the Town of Salt
     Sustainable Development in the Republic of Montenegro
     The Restoration of Monumental Church in Richmond, Virginia
Reviews Books
Review Exhibits
Reviews Multimedia

Vol 6 No 1 Winter 2009

Introduction
Articles
     Material, Idea, and Authenticity in Treatment of the Architecture of the Modern Movement
     The Kingsley Plantation Community in Jacksonville, Florida: Memory and Place in a Southern American City
     Critical Landscape Analysis as a Tool for Public Interpretation: Reassessing Slavery at a Western Maryland Plantation
Research Reports
     Preserving California's Japantowns
     California's Living New Deal Project
     Discovering Layers of History at the Royal Presidio Chapel
Reviews Books
Letters

Vol 6 No 2 Summer 2009

Introduction
Viewpoints
     Process Not Product: The ICOMOS Ename Charter (2008) and the Practice of Heritage Stewardship
Interview with Hester Davis
Articles
     Canadian Historic Sites and Plaques: Heroines, Trailblazers, The Famous Five
Research Reports
     Kechiba:wa: A New Vázquez de Coronado Site in West-Central New Mexico
     Preserving Philadelphia's Carnegie Branch Libraries
     Creating Cultural Resource Spatial Data Standards
     A Decade of Progressive Partnerships: CESUs and Cultural Resources in the NPS
Reviews Books

Vol 7 No 1 Winter 2010

Introduction
Viewpoints
     How to Treasure a Landscape: What is the role of the National Park Service?
Interview with John O. Brostrup, HABS Photographer, 1936-1937
Articles
     Cultural Heritage Management in Tanzania's Protected Areas: Challenges and Future Prospects
     History, Preservation, and Power at El Morro National Monument: Toward a Self-Reflexive Interpretive Practice
Research Reports
     Before the Signatures: Evidence of the Vázquez de Coronado Expedition at El Morro National Monument, West-Central New Mexico
     Starting Lasting Conversations about the Past: Public Outreach and the Bladensburg Archaeology Project
     Saving Sugarloaf Mound in St. Louis, Missouri
Reviews Books
Review Exhibits

Vol 7 No 2 Summer 2010

Introduction
Viewpoints
     In Honor of James Marston Fitch: The Preservationist's Eye: Esthetics in Reuse and Conservation of the Historic Built Environment
     James Marston Fitch and the Ethics of Esthetics
     Esthetics in Sustainable Preservation Planning and Design
     Preservation and Sustainability
     Two Sisters: The Convergence of Ethics and Aesthetics in the Historic Preservation and Sustainability Movements
     Aesthetic Considerations in Historic Landscape Restoration and Conservation
     Esthetics as Preservation in the Urban Renewal Landscape
     Built Landscapes, Ecologies and Re-defining "Preservation"
     Esthetics in the Conservation of Building Materials and Finishes
     Making Archeological Sites: Experience or Interpretation?
     Esthetic Considerations in Interpreting, Conserving, and Replicating Historic Finishes at Monticello
An Interview with Terry B. Morton
Articles
     Fiske Kimball's National Park Service Memoir
Research Reports
     A Multidisciplinary Approach to Investigating the Industrial Heritage of Puerto Rico: Research at the National Register Site of Central Aguirre
     Preservation Prospect: The Holt House at the National Zoological Park, Washington, DC
Reviews Books

Vol 8 Nos 1 & 2 Winter/Summer 2011

Introduction
Viewpoints
     Beyond "Preserving the Past for the Future": Contemporary Relevance and Historic Preservation
     Houses without Names: Architectural Nomenclature and the Classification of America's Common Houses
Interview with Hiroshi Daifuku
Articles
     Improving Archeological Predictive Modeling for the Santa Cruz Valley National Heritage Area
     Beyond the Bitumen: Australia's Stuart Highway and the Cultural Construction of a Road
     "A Careful Inventory and Evaluation:" The Origins of Executive Order 115931
Research Reports
     Saving the Stones: An International Practical Conservation Training Internship
     Gilpin's Falls Covered Bridge Documentation and Rehabilitation
Reviews Books
Review Exhibits
Reviews Multimedia
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