Archaeology and the Public in the Galisteo Basin (19-4) (Hardcopy)

This issue looks at the archaeology of the Galisteo Basin in northern New Mexico. The focus of many of the articles is how public involvement has helped to expand our knowledge of the area and assisted in its preservation.

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This Issue’s Articles Include:

• Archaeology and the Public in the Galisteo Basin – James E. Snead, George Mason University
• The Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act – Signa Larralde, Bureau of Land Management and Bob Powers, National Park Service
• Dutton’s Dirty Diggers: A Special Kind of Public Archaeology – Leslie Cohen, Laboratory of Anthropology
• The Archaeological Society of New Mexico and the Rock Art of the Galisteo Basin – J. J. Brody, University of New Mexico
• Burnt Corn Pueblo and the Tano Origins Project – James E. Snead, George Mason University
• The Petroglyph Hill Survey – James E. Snead, George Mason University, and Genevieve Head, Cabezon Consulting
• Petroglyph Hill Past and Present – Marit Munson, Trent University
• Mission Archaeology in the Galisteo Basin – Cordelia Snow, New Mexico Historic Preservation Division
• Excavations at Paa-ko Pueblo – Mark Lycett, University of Chicago
• A Model for Community Action and Preservation – Leslie Cohen, Laboratory of Anthropology
• Preservation Efforts in the Galisteo Basin – Tamara Jager Stewart, The Archaeological Conservancy
• Site Stewardship at Pueblo San Marcos – Bill Baxter
• Back Sight – William H. Doelle, Center for Desert Archaeology

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