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  • Popplestone, Ann
    Ann Popplestone AAB, BA, MA CCC Metro TLC 216-987-3584 FAX:707-924-2471 ... From: Anthro-L [mailto:Anthro-l@listserv.buffalo.edu] On Behalf Of Mary S. Carroll
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 29, 2004
      Ann Popplestone AAB, BA, MA
      CCC Metro TLC

      216-987-3584
      FAX:707-924-2471

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Anthro-L [mailto:Anthro-l@...] On Behalf Of Mary
      S. Carroll
      Sent: Wednesday, April 28, 2004 1:34 PM
      To: ANTHRO-L@...
      Subject: [ANTHRO-L] Fw: NPS Archeology & Ethnography Program Information
      (A&E-Gram)






      March 15, 2004


      Colleagues--This message is the first in what I hope will be a long line
      of
      emails announcing news, new publications, training opportunities,
      national
      and regional meetings, and other important goings-on related to public
      archeology and cultural anthropology in the National Park Service and
      other
      public agencies. We hope you will find these announcements useful and
      encourage you to send them along to other colleagues who also might be
      interested, including list servers to which the topics are relevant.
      Thank
      you. FPMcManamon, Chief Archeologist, NPS; Departmental Consulting
      Archeologist, DOI; Manager, Archeology and Ethnography Program, NCCR.


      STUDIES IN ARCHEOLOGY & ETHNOGRAPHY
      A&E LAUNCHES NEW PUBLICATION SERIES ON WEBSITE

      A new publication series has recently been added to the A&E website.
      Studies in Archeology & Ethnography at
      http://www.cr.nps.gov/aad/pubs/studies offers more lengthy reports
      dealing
      with substantive topics
      involving careful study and analysis in public archeology and
      ethnography.
      Available publications include --
      Costs of Curating Archeological Collections: a study of repository
      fees in 2002 and 1997/98
      Implementing the Antiquities Act: a survey of archeological
      permits
      1906-1935
      Permitting Archeology: an overview of the national archeological
      database, permits module
      A Brief Ethnography of Magnolia Plantation: Planning for Cane
      River
      Creole National Historic Park

      Look for more additions in the future.


      JOHN L. COTTER AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN NPS PARK ARCHEOLOGY
      REQUEST FOR NOMINATIONS, 2004

      In 1999 the John L. Cotter Award for Excellence in National Park Service
      Archeology was established by
      National Park Service archeologists to honor Dr. Cotter's distinguished
      career and his pioneering
      contributions to professional archeology within the National Park
      System.
      The award recognizes
      outstanding archeological work in the Service's Park Archeology Program.
      Past winners and projects
      include:

      2000 - Joe Labadie (Amistad National Recreation Area) for his work with
      the
      1999 Texas Archeological
      Society's archeological field school.

      2001 - Jeffrey F. Burton (Western Archeological and Conservation Center)
      for his work at Manzanar
      National Historic Site in eastern California, an overview of wartime
      relocation camps in the United
      States.

      2002 - Ken Wild (Virgin Islands National Park) for his work on the
      Cinnamon
      Bay project.

      2003 - William J. Hunt, Jr. (Midwest Archeological Center) and Annalies
      Corbin (PAST Foundation) for
      their work on the Marshall/Firehole Hotel Underwater Archaeology Project
      at
      Yellowstone National Park.

      The John L. Cotter Award for Excellence in National Park Service
      Archeology
      Committee requests
      project nominations from NPS staff, partnership colleagues, and other
      friends of the NPS Park
      Archeology Program. Projects conducted within the National Park System
      by
      staff, cooperators,
      permitees or consultants and guided by an NPS archeologist are eligible.
      The deadline for nomination
      submission is April 23rd, 2004.

      NPS employees can download the complete call for nominations and
      guidelines
      for nomination
      preparation from Inside NPS by clicking here. If you're not an NPS
      employee
      and would like to submit
      a nomination, contact Mary S. Carroll at 202-354-2103 or
      mary_carroll@... to request the call
      for nominations and/or the guidelines.
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