CRM notes ANTH 2833
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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government as preservation agent -also had provisions against looting and disturbing sites, but these have been 1 superceded by more recent laws -national park service founded in 1916 -the depression years -new deal years -work for historians, architects, engineers -WPA archaeology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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