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Arkansas Tech University
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Notes for the week of 1/25-29
Cultural Resource Management
Dr. Rebecca Wiewel
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Autumn Stewart on Sunday January 31, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ANTH 2833 at Arkansas Tech University taught by Dr. Rebecca Wiewel in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see Cultural Resource Management in anthropology, evolution, sphr at Arkansas Tech University.

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Date Created: 01/31/16
CRM notes for 1/25-29 - How long has CRM existed? -it has deeper roots but on paper since the late 1960's/early 1970's -post-revolutionar war -1800: library of congress -1813: old pennsylvania state house -1857: smithsonian institution -1858: Mt. Vernon restoration -1887: great serpent mound purchsed -Cyrus Thomas also debunks the "mound-builder myth" -1892: Casa Grande set aside as prehistoric cultural reserve -later becomes national monument -1880s-early 1900s -mesa verde "discovered" and recorded/looted -wetherhill brothers -gustaf nordenskiold... the swede -virginia mcclurg forms colorado cliff dwellings association and petitions the president -chaco canyon looted -antiquities act of 1906 -first CRM law -meant to protect important cultural and natural sites -president designates national monuments -established federal government as preservation agent -also had provisions against looting and disturbing sites, but these have been 1 superceded by more recent laws -national park service founded in 1916 -the depression years -new deal years -work for historians, architects, engineers -WPA archaeology -historic sites act (1935) -historic districs -charleston, sc first recognized (1929) -post ww2 years -lots of economic development... and destruction -army corps of engineers goes crazy building dams and reservoirs -eisenhower creates the interstate system -public outcry and some response -river basin surveys -reservoir salvage act (1960) -the 1960s -urban "renewal" -get rid of slums(aka historic buildings) -sets the stage for historic preservation as part of urban planning Lady Bird johnsons beautification initiative 2


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