Caddo Archeology Journal
With only ten chapters, Tribal Cultural Resource Management provides model strategies of what it takes to properly “manage” cultural resources. Although it is geared toward tribal governments and creating the right combination of preservation and protection of their culture, don’t let the title fool you, this book is for any person who has a responsibility as a land manager. Those currently involved in Cultural Resource Management (CRM) work should give this book a close read. Off hand, I can think of several federal agencies, especially those operating without Cultural Resource Management Plans, who could truly benefit from following the practical strategies outlined in this readable and informal book.
"Book Reviews: Tribal Cultural Resource Management: The Full Circle to Stewardship,"
Index of Texas Archaeology: Open Access Gray Literature from the Lone Star State: Vol. 2004
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