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Explorations in Sights and Sounds
Aimed primarily at an audience of archaeologists, architects, historians, cultural geographers, and social anthropologists, the essays contributed to this volume focus in on the different philosophies, techniques, and activities associated with the management of cultural resources in the United States. Particularly emphasized is the importance of integrating ethnographic, oral, historical, archival, and archaeological data in the identification, analysis, preservation, and interpretation of historic buildings, sites, and districts. Beyond private efforts in this sphere are activities at municipal, state, and national levels as mandated by federal laws.
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