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Browsing National Museum of Natural History by Subject "Archaeology"

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  • Kaupp, P. Ann (2005)
    List of vendors offering anthropological films; includes contact information for obtaining catalogs and accessing websites.
  • Williams, Martha; Chatelain, Edward R. (1980)
    Positive benefits gained by high school students participating in summer archaeological field program.
  • Fitzhugh, William W. (2009)
    Smithsonian anthropologist Fitzhugh presents a synopsis of the Arctic region's archaeology with an emphasis on how climate change over the last 10,000 years affected human activities in the region.
  • Ikram, Salima (2012)
    Study of the animal mummies created throughout ancient Egyptian history serves as a window into the complex and close relationship between humans and animals in ancient Egypt.
  • Troy, Lana (2012)
    Egyptologist Troy explains the 2 basic ways that ancient Egyptian events, sites, and artifacts are dated: historical period and absolute year date according to the modern calendar; a reference chronology follows the article.
  • Christensen, Bonnie (1996)
    Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse conducts archaeological research and runs the Archaeology in Education Program for precollege educators.
  • Leone, Mark; Knauf, Jocelyn; Tang, Amanda (2011)
    Brief account of an archaeological investigation at Wye House, a former Maryland plantation still owned and occupied by descendants of the original family; the plantation and its large slave population are described in all ...
  • Dillehay, Tom D. (2005)
    Dillehay discusses his work as the original lead archaeologist at Monte Verde, Chile, as well as the changing relationship between researchers and the region's indigenous peoples.
  • Cohen, Mark N. (1992)
    The view that over time ancient human nutrition declined and disease increased creates debate; for an updated version of this article, see 'Anthropology Explored, 2nd ed.'
  • Smith, Catherine Cockshutt (1986)
    Personal account of graduate student's first trip to Africa as an archaeological fieldworker on the Semliki Research Expedition in eastern Zaire (renamed Democratic Republic of the Congo in 1997).
  • Davis, M. Elaine (2003)
    Based on Davis' work at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, this article examines various perspectives on questions of realness and authenticity pertaining to archaeological sites and artifacts.
  • Messenger, Phyllis; Halvorsen, Joel; Kraemer, Kathy (1996)
    Perspectives from 3 experts--an archaeologist, a computer specialist, and an educator--provide insights about using computer-based opportunities to study Central American history and culture.
  • Schwartz, Douglas W. (2007)
    By using new evidence from climatology, history, ethnography, and archaeology, the author refutes earlier scholars' assertions about the origins and growth of the great pueblos in the North American Southwest.
  • Bense, Judith A. (1995)
    In Pensacola, archaeology is viewed as an economic resource with support from business, civic, and political entities.,
  • Billeck, William T. (2002)
    Repatriation issues and examples from the National Museum of Natural History; for an updated version of this article, see 'Anthropology Explored, 2nd ed.'
  • Abell, Richard P. (1984)
    High school anthropology teacher describes his course that uses a dig site to teach how to make and test inferences based on evidence.
  • Hines, Robert P.; Ring Jr., William A. (1987)
    Collaboration between high school social studies teachers, their students, and professional archaeologists yields opportunities for student participation in a real-life dig in Maryland.
  • Dittemore, Margaret R. (1996)
    Websites with a variety of anthropology-related content useful to pre-collegiate teachers from kindergarten through senior high; search by title in boldface type as some links have changed since publication.
  • Shamy, Robert G. (1988)
    A student-developed local archaeology museum that exhibits artifacts and develops community outreach linking schools.
  • Elkins, Stefanie (2006)
    Lesson introduces students to the concept that archaeologists study man-made structures, art objects, and artifacts in order to make interpretations about cultures of the past; suitable for grades 6-12.

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