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2002    Reaching the Hidden Audience: Ten Rules for the Archaeological Writer.  Pp. 244-251 in Public Benefits of Archaeology, Barbara J. Little, editor. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

 

Beasley, Joy

2003    Monocacy National Battlefield Archeological Identification and Evaluation Study of the Best Farm. Public Information Display on view at the Department of Anthropology, University of Maryland, College Park.

 

Davis, Karen L.

1997    Sites without Sights: Interpreting Closed Excavations.  Pp. 84-98 in Presenting the Archaeology to the Public: Digging for Truths. AltaMira Press, Walnut Creek, California.

 

Davis, Peter

2000    Museums and the promotion of environmental understanding and heritage conservation.  Pp. 310-318 in Cultural Resource Management in Contemporary Society: Perspectives on managing and presenting the past. Francis P. McManamon and Alf Hatton, editors.  Routledge, London and New York.

 

Diamant, Rolf

2000    From Management to Stewardship: The Making and Remaking of the U.S. National Park System. The George Wright Forum 17(2):31-45.

 

Fagan, Brian M.

2002    Epilogue. Pp. 253-260 in Public Benefits of Archaeology, Barbara J. Little, editor. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

 

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King, Dale

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Larsen, David L.

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Lipe,William D.

2002    Public Benefits of Archaeological Research. Pp. 20-28 in Public Benefits of Archaeology, Barbara J. Little, editor. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

 

Little, Barbara J.

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McManamon, Francis P.

2002    Heritage, History, and Archaeological Educators. Pp. 31-45 in Public Benefits of Archaeology, Barbara J. Little, editor. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

 

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Messenger, Phyllis Mauch, and Enloe, Water W.

2000    The Archaeologist as Global Educator. In Chapter 4 of Protecting the Past, George S. Smith and John E. Ehrenhard, editors. Available at the National Park Service, Southeast Archeological Center website at http://www.cr.nps.gov/seac/protecting/.

 

Metcalf, Fay

2002    Myths, Lies, and Videotapes:  Information as Antidote to Social Studies Classrooms and Pop Culture. Pp. 167-175 in Public Benefits of Archaeology, Barbara J. Little, editor. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.


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Pitchaithley, Dwight

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Soli, Brit

2000    Protection of the environment and the role of archaeology. Pp. 93-98 in Cultural Resource Management in Contemporary Society: Perspectives on managing and presenting the past. Francis P. McManamon and Alf Hatton, editors.  Routledge, London and New York.

 

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Temkin, Martha

2000    Guns or Ploughshares: Significance and a Civil War Agricultural Landscape. Maryland Archaeology 36(1):25-34.

 

Thomas, David Hurst

2002    Roadside Ruins: Does America Still Need Archaeology Museums?. Pp. 130-145 in Public Benefits of Archaeology, Barbara J. Little, editor.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

 

Tilden, Freeman

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