2 edition of Cultural resource evaluation in central Utah, 1977 found in the catalog.
Cultural resource evaluation in central Utah, 1977
F. R. Hauck
by Dept. of the Interior], Bureau of Land Management, Utah [State Office] in [Salt Lake City, Utah
Written in English
|Statement||F. R. Hauck|
|Series||Cultural resource series -- monograph 3|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management. Utah State Office|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 389 p. :|
|Number of Pages||389|
the utah department of transportation and the utah bureau of land management-- utah state office, regarding coordination of cultural resource consultation requirements under section of the national historic preservation act and the utah state antiquities act. This chapter will examine the nature of cultural diplomacy in general and the origins of American cultural exchanges specifically. This will be followed by an analysis of the various administrative agencies that have been involved in this cultural sphere: the Bureau of Educational and the Cultural Affairs, the Information Agency, the International Communications Agency.
Submerged Cultural Resources Unit, Intermountain Cultural Resource Management, Professional Papers No. 65, Santa Fe, From Folsom to Fogelson: The Cultural Resources Inventory Survey of Pecos National Historical Park, Volumes 1 and 2 Genevieve N. Head Janet D. Orcutt, eds., Intermountain Cultural Resources Management, Professional. School for Cultural and Social Transformation The School for Cultural and Social Transformation's goal is to forge the wave of the future for the study of shifting sexualities, changing genders, dynamic immigrations, and emergent struggles against all racist thought and actions.
The following discussion includes information based on the Cultural Resource Survey prepared by Noah Archaeological Consulting (), which is provided as Appendix D of this EIR, and the Historic Resources Evaluation Report prepared by ASM Affiliates, Inc. (), which is provided as Appendix E of this EIR. Regulatory Framework. effects on the cultural resource present. Protecting cultural resources does not need to cost the landowner a lot of money, often none whatsoever. Protected resources include both historic and prehistoric sites as well as locations of cultural significance to local Native Americans that do not necessarily have visible artifacts or features.
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Utah BLM Cultural Resource Publication 2. Utah Bureau of Land Management. Geib,Phil R., Jim H. Collette, and Kimberly Spurr. KAIBABITSINUNGWU: An Archaeological Survey of the Kaiparowits Plateau. Utah BLM Cultural Resource Publication Utah Bureau of Land Management. Hauck, F.R. Cultural Resource Evaluation In Central Utah Cultural and Archaeological Resource Compliance The Cultural Resource Management Group assists the Administration in complying with Utah code, which requires state agencies to consider the effects on historic and archaeological resources within project areas.
Final Report Survey and Evaluations of Archaeological and Historical Resources, Central Utah Project,Leland Bench and West Ouray Area, Pariette Bench and Eight Mile Flat, Towanta Flats, Rock Creek Bottoms, Little Valley.
Final Report Survey and Evaluation of Archaeological and Historical Resources, Central Utah Project, Chris T. Delaporte. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections.
UGR Cultural Resource Survey for the Proposed NBU D Pipeline, Uintah County, Utah (Nielson, February ). Bureau of Indian Affairs - Western Regional Office: No Adverse Effect: 4/30/ Savanna Agardy: Closed.
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A CULTURAL RESOURCE EVALUATION historic, cultural, or archaeological value regardless of the value of any existing building, structure, or object. A site need not be marked by physical remains if it is the location of a prehistoric or historic event and if no buildings, structures, or objects marked it.
Cultural Resources Cultural Resources Cultural Resources Policy, Procedures, Tools and Aids. National Cultural Resources Procedures Handbook ; National NRCS Cultural Resources; Cultural Resource Information in eFOTG Contact.
Tara Hoffmann Archeologist Phone: () Email: [email protected] CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT & HISTORIC BUILDING INFORMATION Historic Building Information Campus Planning provides cultural resource coordination for the University with various State and Federal agencies as well as local preservation advocacy organizations.
The Department is responsible for watching over, identifying, preserving, and protecting cultural resources that exist on. Cultural Resources Public Outreach and Interpretation Source Book Project # panel of cultural resources professionals and laypersons evaluated collected projects examples using the rubric.
The summary of the collected information, project examples, and evaluation tools were presented in a. 68 Cultural Resource Management jobs available in Utah on Apply to Crew Member, Quality Assurance Analyst, Partnership Manager and more.
A resource may be listed as an historical resource in the CRHR if it has integrity and meets any of the following criteria: 1) Associated with events that have made a significant contribution to the broad patterns of local or regional history or the cultural heritage of California or the United States.
BLM Cultural Resources Series (Utah: No. 7) JOHN JARVIE OF BROWN'S PARK. By William L. Tennent. Reprinted July September Bureau of Land Management - Utah Cultural Resources Series No. TABLE OF CONTENTS. ut/7/ This monograph presents a history and description of a segment of the first transcontinental railroad completed onand owned, in Utah, by the Central Pacific Railroad Company.
A portion of the original grade, now abandoned, follows a route eastward from Lucin, Utah, around the northern end of the Great Salt Lake over Promontory Summit to Ogden.
Cultural Resource Management. Welcome to the Cultural Resource Management Program page. The Cultural Resource Management Program is run by the History, Anthropology, and Political Science Department at Salt Lake Community College.
In fact, it is the only school in Utah that has the program. Permitting/Regulatory Guidance - Guide/Handbook: BLM Manual - Identifying and Evaluating Cultural Resources Permitting/Regulatory GuidanceGuide/Handbook Abstract This manual section provides general direction for identifying, evaluating, categorizing, and allocating to uses all the cultural resources that occur on public lands within the.
Publications. of the Utah Geological Survey. evaluation of a central Utah coal property, Wasatch Plateau, Emery County, Utah, Piute, Garfield CD. Jr., (plus cultural update of for the Tintic mining district) (Geologic atlas of the United States), 14 p. (pages are " x "): USGS fo CD.
Land Cessions in Utah and Colorado by the Ute Indians, Greeley: University of Northern Colorado, Ferris, Robert G., ed. Explorers and Settlers, Historic Places Commemorating the Early Exploration and Settlement of the United States.A Cultural Resources Management (CRM) program was established at USFWS in s to manage the rich array of cultural resources under its jurisdiction.
Its primary goal is to: identify, evaluate, and encourage preservation of cultural resources.Class II: Reconnaissance Inventory In some situations, a Class II: Reconnaissance Inventory may be an acceptable strategy in combination with a Class I.
Class II is usually used only as a methodology in large scale projects for locating areas with good or better cultural resources potential which would require investigation at the Class III level.