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Journal of Northeast Texas Archeology

DOI

https://doi.org/10.21112/.ita.1997.1.39

Abstract

This book on the sites, museums, and archaeological programs across the United States and Canada by David Hurst Thomas should be of great interest to the avocational and professional archaeological community. In the volume, he takes the reader on a guided tour of North American archaeology, focusing on places that "encourage visitation, provide interpretation, and can ensure adequate protection for both the visitor and for the surviving archaeological record." In return, his only request is for the help of the public in "protecting that past for others to enjoy as well." Throughout the text, he balances his views of archaeology from a scientific perspective with that of Native American colleagues, who not too surprisingly, see the archaeological world in a very different light.

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