Essays related to southwestern Native American history, pre-history, and contemporary issues. Includes photo galleries of ancient southwest ruins.
Information for the public and professionals from the National Park Service includes illustrated, popular articles or longer reports on sites, indexed by state.
From the Charlotte Observer, the Army Corps of Engineers has begun an investigation of how to save the remains of the sunken confederate warship CSS Georgia.
From Red and Black, slaveholding plantations are no longer uniquely southern, based on new archaeological discoveries.
From BBC, Baghdad Museum is sending some of its artefacts to the US, months after they were feared lost.
The Charleston Post and Courier, archaeologists studying the Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley say a clue to the sub's sinking may come from the historical fact that the Southern navy and the Northern navy used two sets of clocks to record the time of day.
Primary historic preservation legislation in the US.
Report on the "Newark" Ritual Artifacts, they date to the Late Medieval period.
An antiquities dealer with offices in New York and Geneva has been arrested for illegally importing an Iranian object, described as 'the most important representation of a griffin in antiquity.'
Secretary of Interior's 1997 Report to Congress on archeological activities undertaken for National Parks in the Northeast Region.