North American Archaeology
Archaeology> North America
Archaeological Parks in the U.S.
Exploratorium: Ancient Observatories
Kennewick Man - see Anthropology - Kennewick Man
Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center
- University of Wisconsin, La Crosse
Montana Historical Society - Online Curriculum Resources
Includes lesson plans for articles of Montana The Magazine of Western History and Montana Ancient Teachings: A Curriculum for Montana Archaeology and Prehistory.
National [U.S.] Archeological Database (NADB)
"...a computerized communications network for the archeological and historic preservation community--is an internationally recognized source of information on public archeology. NADB ("Nad-Bee") was established to meet a congressional directive to improve access to information on archeological activities nationwide...
Maintained through a cooperative agreement between NPS [National Park Service] and the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST) at the University of Arkansas."
Native American Archaeology & Anthropology Resources on the Internet
An extensive collection of links, especially for Rock Art sites
Native American Repatriation & Reburial: A Bibliography
Compiled by Barb Bocek, Dept. of Archaeology, Stanford University
North American Database of archaeological Geophysics (NADAG)
"...is a database and website that aims to promote use, education, communication, and a knowledge base of the practice of archaeological geophysics in North America."
Traditions of the Sun : Explore the World's Ancient Observatories
"We invite you to explore this site, to learn about the ancestral Native Americans in New Mexico and the ancient Maya in the Yucatan, while gaining a better understanding of the active Sun, and its importance to themóand, to us."
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