Winning the Battle…For Now

November 1986
Archaeology;Nov/Dec86, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p4
Introduces the November 1986 issue of "Archaeology," which focuses on the struggle of archaeologists to preserve the cultural heritage of the United States. Archaeologists' call for public support to protect archaeological sites; Confusion brought about by overlapping government bureaucracy, demands of special interest groups and Native American concerns; Account of preservation by Frank W. Eddy and Carol O'Sullivan.


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