Preface1: What's This All About?2: Why Do Archaeology?3: Principles and Practice4:What's It Like?5: Archaeology in Cultural Resource Management6: Who Does What? Archaeological Roles in Cultural Resource Management and Beyond7: Key Issues in Cultural Resource Management Archaeology8: Conclusion: A View from My BackyardAPPENDIX A: Archaeology Related Web Sites: A Small and Unsystematic SampleAPPENDIX B: Some Cultural Resource Laws And International StandardsNotesGlossaryFor Further ReadingIndexAbout The Author
Thomas F. King is one of the leading consultants in cultural resources management in the United States. He teaches dozens of workshops each year on this topic and is author of five major books in the field including Cultural Resource Laws and Practice (2004). Former staff member of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, he has been in the heritage management business for four decades.
'This is truly a fine book, one you should insure is found under the Christmas tree of anyone of your acquaintence who is an archaeologist, a wannabe archaeologist, or simply interested in archaeology for whatever reason.' Arkansas Archaeological Society Field Notes 'This is truly a fine book, one you should insure is found under the Christmas tree of anyone of your acquaintence who is an archeologist, a wannbee archeologist, or simply interested in archeology for whatever reason. And don't forget yourself.' Charles R. McGimsey III, Arkansas Archaeological Newsletter