Provides bibliographic citations contributed from a variety of sources, particularly State Historic Preservation Offices and U.S. federal agencies. A search yields a list of citations based on data input--including state, county, author, title, or keyword. Includes a link to NADB-Maps (provides GIS layers related to archeological data across the United States), and, a link to NADB-Permits (provides access to legislative histories and permits granted by the U.S. National Park Service for archeological and paleontological investigations carried out on federal and Indian lands).
|Other titles||National archaeological database, reports module, NADB-repots|
|Statement||National Park Service, Archeology and Ethnography Program.|
|Contributions||Archeology and Ethnography Program (U.S.), University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies.|
|LC Control Number||2004565861|
The National Archeological Database—a computerized communications network for the archeological and historic preservation community—was established to improve access to information on archeological activities nationwide. National Archeological Database (NADB) NADB-Reports NADB-MAPS (Multiple Attribute Presentation System) NADB-Permits Native American Consultation Database (NACD) National Historic Landmarks Database National NAGPRA Database National Register Information System. National Strategy for Federal Archeology. Technical Brief Series Vanishing Treasures Initiative. Databases. National Archeological Database (NADB) NADB-Reports NADB-MAPS (Multiple Attribute Presentation System) Native American Consultation Database (NACD). The Archeology Program works on the preservation, conservation, and protection of archaeological sites and artifacts in the national parks and throughout the U.S., the curation of archaeological collections and reports, public outreach and education, and the National Archeological Database.
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