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curation and management of archeological collections, a pilot study

Alexander J. Lindsay

curation and management of archeological collections, a pilot study

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by Alexander J. Lindsay

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Published by Anthropological Research Services, American Anthropological Association, National Technical Information Service in Washington, [Springfield, Va.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Antiquities -- Collection and preservation.,
  • Archaeological museums and collections -- United States.,
  • Indians of North America -- Antiquities -- Collection and preservation.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by Alexander J. Lindsay, Jr., Glenna Williams-Dean, Jonathan Haas.
    ContributionsWilliams-Dean, Glenna., Haas, Jonathan., American Anthropological Association. Anthropological Research Services., United States. Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 542 leaves :
    Number of Pages542
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14188470M

    The core findings of the study articulate archaeological curation as a discontinuum of distributed work, and the formation of the discontinuum through problematic data handoffs which arise from gaps in data interoperability and use purposes between four professional communities of by: 4. The Curation and Management of Archeological Collections: a Pilot Study (First Edition) Published by United States Department of the Interior: Heritage Convervation and Recreation Service ().

    Minimum Curation Standards. For a one-time set fee of $ per cubic foot, the Historical Society will curate archeological specimens recovered from sites in Kansas. Artifacts prepared in accordance with the standards established in this document will be considered shelf ready (see below). International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property. The Curation and Management of Archaeological Collections: A Pilot Study. Washington, D. C.: American Anthropological Association, Wilcox, U. Vincent. “Collections Management with the Computer.” Curator23, #1 (): pp. 43–

    THE RECORDING AND ANALYSIS OF PRIVATE RELIC COLLECTIONS AND ASSOCIATED ARCHEOLOGICAL SITES IN SOUTH CAROLINA: A PILOT STUDY By Tommy Charles A growing concern for the rapidly increasing destruction of our prehis­ toric archeological sites over the past several decades has prompted the South. contact the Section of Archaeology early in a project to determine if The State Museum agrees to curate collections resulting from field investigations. If so, the Section will send a Curation Agreement Letter to the archaeologist. A copy of the letter must be appended to management summaries, draft, and .


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Curation and management of archeological collections, a pilot study by Alexander J. Lindsay Download PDF EPUB FB2

Up to and since the issuance of 36 CFR 79 inmost archeological collections were cared for inadequately on a long-term basis. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers estimates that it spent approximately $ million on archeological projects between while spending virtually nothing on curation of the resulting material remains and associated records (Trimble and Meyers ).

Get this from a library. The Curation and management of archeological collections: a pilot study. [United States. Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service.; American Anthropological Association.

Anthropological Research Services.; United States. Interagency Archeological Services Division.;]. Curation and Management of Archeological Collections: a Pilot Study. Alexander J. Lindsay, Jr., Glenna Williams-Dean, Jonathan Haas. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Cited by: Inthe Army Corps of Engineers Mandatory Center of Expertise for the Curation and Management of Archaeological Collections (MCX-CMAC) contracted staff from the Illinois State Museum Society to conduct a non-random survey on existing policies concerning field collecting, collections preparation for curation (i.e., cataloging, labeling, and.

A federal agency should consult with an expert in archeological collections management and preservation when assistance is needed (e.g., State Historic Preservation Officer [SHPO], state archeologist, National Park Service [NPS], Tribal Historic Preservation Officer [THPO], Smithsonian Institution a pilot study book, American Association of Museums, local or.

The National Park Service proposes to amend the regulations for the curation of federally-owned and administered archeological collections to establish definitions, standards, and procedures to dispose of particular material remains that are determined to be of insufficient archaeological interest.

Health Index study currently conducted by Heritage Preservation and the collection evaluation instrument used by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Mandatory Center of Expertise for the Curation and Management of Archaeological Collections (MCX-CMAC) should be consulted.

2) A grant proposal forFile Size: KB. Curation standards specific to CAS’s curation program are tailored to make collections and records compatible with our collections management software and are outlined below.

Please contact CAS’s curatorial staff at () if you have any question concerning the following procedures, or if you would like to begin coordinating your.

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§ Management and preservation of collections. § Methods to secure curatorial services. § Methods to fund curatorial services.

§ Terms and conditions to include in contracts, memoranda and agreements for curatorial services. Archeological Resources Protection Act NAGPRA Curation and Collections Management (assessments, rehabilitation, curation planning, collection oversight, education) Pilot Project in MVD–Consolidation to be completed by end of fiscal year 8.

Dusting Off the Data Curating and Rehabilitating Archaeological Legacy and Orphaned Collections. for long-term curation, and the collections associated with these Collections_Management. Collections and Conservation Standards Supersedes “VI. Processing and Curation of Collections (Artifacts and Records)” from Standards and Guidelines for Archeological Investigations in Maryland, Shaffer and Cole, Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory Maryland Historical Trust Rebecca Morehouse, Curator of State CollectionsFile Size: 3MB.

The challenges related to the management of an increasing number of often poorly documented orphaned archaeological museum collections, described in literature as a ‘curation crisis’, are growing.

Collections Online: Many repositories are turning to the Internet, especially the Web, to take advantage of new ways to provide information about themselves and their collections. Some of these ways include: Searchable databases of collection inventories or catalogs.

Online exhibits that combine various media including text, graphics, video, and audio. This curation policy is prepared in the form of the scope of collection statement recommended in the National Park Service Museum Handbook, Part 1 ().

This format recognizes the comprehensive, institutional, fiduciary responsibility attendent to the curation of archaeological collections, while providing a logical structure to consider the issues, procedures, and protocols contained in.

letter of agreement for curation of archeological materials It is hereby agreed and understood by the University of Arkansas Collections Facility (UACF) and the (Depositor) that the UACF will receive and review, for the fee stipulated below, collections of archeological materials (from the Depositor)___.

the Standards and Guidelines for Curation of Federally-owned and Administered Archeological Collections (36 CFR 79) promulgated by the National Park Service.

Definitions included in the federal rule (36 CFR ) are incorporated by Size: 56KB. All deposits of archaeological collections are now accepted at the Center for New Mexico Archaeology, 7 Old Cochiti Road, Santa Fe, NM To arrange a delivery please contact the Curator, or the Archeological Research Collections Manager at [email protected] or The Center for Archaeological Studies is certified by the Texas Historical Commission as a repository for archaeological records and collections held-in-trust for the Texas Historical Commission.

Our facility meets or exceeds the standards outlined in 36 32 CFREPand other Federal regulations that address the curation. of lack of access to, and deterioration of, collections. A study of the curation and management of archaeological collections, conducted by the American Anthropological Association under con-tract with the Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service (HCRS) (Lindsay et al.

).Curation scope. In smaller organizations, a curator may have sole responsibility for acquisitions and even for collections curator makes decisions regarding what objects to select, oversees their potential and documentation, conducts research based on the collection and its history, provides proper packaging of art for transportation, and shares research with the public and community.By Giovanna Vitelli Chair, SHA Collections and Curation Committee The subject of deaccession, or the permanent removal of an object from a museum or historical collection, has long been of Collections-Based vs.

Field-Based Research: A Need for Dialogue.