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  1. The Roswell sites: Archeological survey and testing of 24 sites along U.S. 70 in Chaves and Lincoln counties, New Mexico (Laboratory of Anthropology note) by Charles A Hannaford, 1981
  2. An archeological resource investigation of historic Navajo, Hispanic, and prehistoric Pueblo sites on the Alamo Band Navajo Reservation, Socorro County, ... (Laboratory of Anthropology note) by Glenn S Condon, 1980
  3. The Peach Spring survey: A cultural resource survey and inventory along New Mexico State Road 566, McKinley County (Laboratory of Anthropology note) by Robin E Farwell, 1980
  4. Moncisco Wash survey: An archeological clearance survey (Laboratory of Anthropology note) by Lynn E Cronk, 1980
  5. The recording of archeological sites along the La Plata Highway, San Juan County, New Mexico (Laboratory of Anthropology note) by James W Lancaster, 1982
  6. Final report of the Buckman Project: Archeological monitoring and recording along the Public Service Company of New Mexico's water pipeline at Buckman ... Mexico (Laboratory of Anthropology notes) by Regge N Wiseman, 1978
  7. Brimhall Wash survey: An archeological clearance survey : New Mexico State Highway Department project SP-F-037-1(207) (Laboratory of Anthropology note) by Lynn E Cronk, 1980
  8. Excavations at site LA 14893, San Juan County, New Mexico: Mitigation of a Pueblo period site along U.S. 666, New Mexico State Highway Department project FLH-12(17) (Laboratory of Anthropology note) by Glenn S Condon, 1980
  9. Archeological testing for a house construction at Nambe Pueblo, Santa Fe County, New Mexico (Laboratory of Anthropology note) by Stephen S Post, 1981
  10. Excavations at the Cavanaugh site: Las Vegas, New Mexico (Laboratory of Anthropology note) by Timothy D Maxwell, 1983
  11. Cultural resource investigations at Bis Deezahi, Newcomb Flats, Jim John, and Bush Mound sites near Newcomb, New Mexico (Laboratory of Anthropology note) by Steven A Koczan, 1981
  12. Table Mesa survey: An archeological clearance survey, New Mexico State Highway Department, project FLH-12(21) (Laboratory of Anthropology note) by Karen Wening, 1980
  13. The La Jara Site: Archeological investigations of a historic sheepherding camp and prehistoric cultural remains (Laboratory of Anthropology note) by Timothy D Maxwell, 1981
  14. A cultural resource investigation for Nielsons Inc., near Sanostee, New Mexico on the Navajo Indian Reservation (Laboratory of Anthropology note) by Glenn S Condon, 1980

41. Department Of Archeology - LINKS
Australian University museums On Line; Powerhouse Museum, Ultimo 1000 Years of ofArchaeology anthropology); Australian Governments Entry Point (quick way to
Quick Links Search Faculty of Arts Faculty Arts Handbooks Uni.of Sydney Intranet Arts IT USYD Phonebook Student Services Unit Usyd U/G Bursaries Campus Map Department of Archaeology
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42. Museums
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43. Humanities Hub /anthropology
archaeology, linguistics, museums, university, physical archaeology, ancient, anthropology,books, archeology. anthropology Internet Resources anthropology
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...humanities HUB HUB /anthropology The editorship of this section of the Humanities HUB is currently vacant.
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[anthropology, archaeology, linguistics, museums, university, physical anthropology, cultural anthropology, web directories, mailing lists, newsgroups, journals] WWW Virtual Library: Anthropology Comprehensive portal of anthropological Internet resources.

44. Philadelphia Museums
Philadelphia Area museums Academy of Natural Sciences Museum. Universityof Pennsylvania Museum of archeology and anthropology.
Philadelphia Area Museums
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African-American Museum Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies Barnes Foundation -Impressionist art Brandywine River Museum -Featuring Wyeth family artwork Fields Museum Franklin Institute Science Museum Glencairn Museum -History of religions Institute of Contemporary Art National Museum of American Jewish History Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Philadelphia Museum of Art ... Please Touch Museum -For kids Polish American Cultural Center Museum Rodin Museum Rosenbach Museum and Library University of Pennsylvania Museum of ...
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National and International Museums Brooklyn Museum of Art Georgia O' Keeffe Museum Graffiti Museum Guggenheim Museum ... Vatican Museums

45. ASOR Outreach Links--Archaeology--general
Search Argos archeology Supersite from Dallas of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeologyand anthropology Award-winning from one of the world's outstanding museums.
Links for Archaeology and Ancient Civilizations General Archaeology and Anthropology Links Site of Qasr al-Qarqur, Jordan
(Photo courtesy of Tafila-Buseyra Archaeological Survey) Menu General Archaeology Nautical Archaeology Unconventional Archaeology Archaeology in Fiction Anthropology ... Outreach Main Page General Archaeology Photo Archives Archaeology Education Resources General Education Resources Teachers K-12 ... Kids Other Archaeology Resources Museums with Archaeology Collections Archaeology Magazines and Publications Archaeological Societies
General Search Engines, Indexes and Links
***The major scholarly search engine for just about anything on the Ancient Near East maintained by Chuck Jones, Oriental Institute, University of Chicago.
***Outstanding website maintained by Kris Hirst.(Formerly Articles, discussion forums and chat groups, web links, archaeological sites worldwide, specialties, even clip art. Searchable. Highly recommended. See especially Netlinks, an excellent list organized by topic, region, and special subjects.
Search Argos Archeology
Super-site from Dallas.

46. Museums
Maritime Life An ezine with a list of maritime museums. Melbourne Museum. Museumof archeology and anthropology. Museum of Fire Penrith, Australia.
Museums See also: Art Galleries 24 Hour Virtual Museum Acropolis Museum American Museum of Natural History ... AMICO: Art Museum Image Consortium
A not-for-profit organization of institutions with collections of art, collaborating to enable educational use of museum multimedia. Contains thumbnail images of over 100,000 digitized works of art, text, and multimedia provided by over 35 art museums around the world. Ancient Civilisations Museum Singapore Ancient Olympic Games Virtual Museum Australian Museums and Galleries Online Australian National Maritime Museum The Bicycle Museum of America
Photos and descriptions of bicycles from 1816 to 1998 Bauhaus-Archiv Museum of Design
Presents the research, history and impact of this architectural, design, and art movement. Resources include the Manifesto, a Chronology, and profiles of major figures, such as Walter Gropius, Hannes Meyer, and Mies van der Rohe British Museum British Museum Tours list
Tours include: Annuraaq: clothing of Arctic North America; Gladiators and Caesars; Human Image; Rembrandt the Printmaker; Toys and Games Family Tour; Year of the Dragon; and Mummies and the Afterlife in ancient Egypt Canadian Heritage Information Network
A gateway to Canadian museum and heritage-related information. Includes the Virtual Museum of Canada, Artefacts Canada, databases and reference tools such as the Artists in Canada Database, the Ship Information Database, the Directory of Canadian Museums, and the journal Heritage Forum.

47. Museums And Research Links
Museum of Modern Art, New York. Museum of archeology and anthropology,Philadelphia. Museum of Paleontology, Berkeley California. Franklin
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Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Museum of Modern Art, New York
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48. Resources
University of Pennsylvania Museum of archeology and anthropology, http// Library museums Page, http//, ancient.htm
Uniondale High School Library Media Center
RESOURCESAncient World History and Art Return to Cybrary of Resources. Return to Class Assignment Resource page. OPAC (online public access catalog – examples)
Keywords: names of countries/cultures, styles, periods in history Call Number Author Title OS 709 JAN Janson, H. W. History of art : a survey of the major visual arts from the dawn of history to the present day OS 709.35 PAR Parrot, Andre Sumer: the dawn of art OS 709.38 DEM Demargne, Pierre. The birth of Greek art 292 NAR Nardo, Don Greek and Roman Mythology 709 GAR Gardner, Helen Art through the ages 930 ANC McDonnell, Stacy A. Ancient civilizations REFERENCE SOURCES (a sampling) Call Number Author Title REF 291.1 WOR Willis, Roy, ed. World mythology REF 292.1 DIX Dixon-Kennedy, Mike Greco-Roman Mythology REF 703 ENC Encyclopedia of world art REF 930 DUN Huyghe, Rene

49. Museums On The Web
A collection of web links connecting museums and archives most of which Universityof Pennsylvania Museum of archeology and anthropology, Philadelphia Even
Museums on the Web
  • Museums on the Web...
      A collection of web links connecting museums and archives most of which are gopher links more useful for research than viewing more than 40 links...a researchers paradise.
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
      To enter the MCA's Web page, click on the opening "eye" on the first screen. Inside, the clean, crisp site details current, future and past exhibits. What makes this Web page truly special is the museum's commitment to online installations for artists who wish to use the Web as "a new and unique medium for artistic presentation, combining elements of video, photography, language, image and time."
  • Museum of Modern Art, New York
      MOMA's site is modern artwork in itself. A special section is devoted to Web-only exhibits. Readers can display and download images of the museum's more famous works, like Van Gogh's The Starry Night, and read press releases. An exhibit on "Contemporary Design From the Netherlands," on display at MOMA last year, continues to exist permanently online.
  • University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia

50. Anthropology Resources
discussion groups, electronic journals, and links to anthropology digs, museums,academic departments, and as a study guide for an archeology course, this
Anthropology Resources
African Primates at Home
An extensive study of East
African Primates, including audio samples for a
stimulating addition to the information provided.
Includes related sites of interest. SM Weasel Mead
American Anthropology Association
This Association's web site offers lots of topical information. It's a must visit, well worth bookmarking!
Ancient World Web
Need information on Assyrian kings, traditional Jewish recipes, or plumbing in ancient towns? This is the motherlode of annotated ancient world sites, listed alphabetically as well as by subject and by geographic location.
Anthropological Linguistics
This quarterly journal offers a table of contents and some abstracts from the printed version. Indexes are online dating back to 1989, along with ordering information and directions for making a submission online.
An in-depth and diverse study of anthropology, this site includes topics from cultural development to anthropological film and photography to useful software.
Anthropology Club of Northern Arizona University
If you’re thinking of making Anthropology your area of study, this site offers helpful information under "What is Anthropology?" Areas of study, nonacademic career opportunities, a guide to universities offering anthropology graduate programs, events information and more are included here.

51. Return To History Websites Page
Black History Museum. University of Pennsylvania Museum of archeology and anthropology.Freeality Internet Search museums. Vatican Museum. Museum for African Art.
Museums Ancient Vine Museums On-Line ArtAncient Art and Archeology Roland Collection of Films and Videos on Art ... Museum for African Art

52. Anthropology & Archaeology
careers in archaeology; Journal Archaeology ; National archeology Databases; ofOxford Social and Cultural anthropology. museums American Museum of
Palomar College
General Physical Archaeology ... Journals P alomar College
G eneral P hysical Anthropology A rchaeology C ultural Anthropology M useums

53. - United States - New - Library - Society - Social Science - Anthropolo
museums http// Link to a variety ofmuseums that involve the field of anthropology. Cover archeology and cultural

54. - United States - New - Library - Society - Social Science - Anthropolo
monthly featured display at this Spanish archeology museum study of the tropics focuses primarily on anthropology. One of the few archeological museums in the

55. Museums In Philadelphia
Sun 11am6pm. University of Pennsylvania Museum of archeology and anthropology,33 rd and Spruce Sts, 215/898-4000 UP Museum of anthropology.
Academy of Natural Sciences Museum 1900 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, 215/299-1000. Founded in 1812, this is the oldest continuously operating scientific research exhibit in the Western Hemisphere, featuring plenty of dinosaurs sure to delight fans of all ages. Mon - Fri, 10am - 4:30pm. Weekends and holidays, 10am-5pm. Adults $9. Children $8. Seniors $8.25. Afro-American Historical Cultural Museum 701 Arch St, 215/574-0380/0381. This museum houses one of the most significant collections of African-American history and culture in Pennsylvania. Tues-Sat, 10am-5pm. Sun, noon-5pm. Adults $6, Students and Seniors $4. Atwater Kent Museum 15 S 7 th St, 215/685-4830, fax: 215/685-4837 . While you're learning about your heritage at the Balch Institute (across the street) and your country's heritage at Independence Hall (around the corner), stop in the Atwater Kent Museum and learn about Philadelphia's history. The original home of the Franklin Institute Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies 18 S. 7

56. USF: Anthropology & Archeology -- Internet Resources
General Resources in anthropology General Resources in archeology Organizations Electronic Journals museums Florida Laboratories.
General Resources in Anthropology
General Resources in Archeology Organizations Electronic Journals ... Laboratories General Resources in Anthropology Anthropology Internet Resources
Anthropology on the Internet

EINET Anthropology Page
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford

WWW Virtual Library: Anthropology

The Ancient World on TV

Anthropological Resources on the Web
Long List of Links

General Resources in Archeology Abzu: Guide to Resources for the Study of the Ancient Near East Available on the Internet
ArchNet:Archaelogical Resources on the Internet
Classical Archaeology The Perseus Project UC-Berkeley Museum of Paleontology Very educational site regarding history of Paleontology, Archeological stratification terms and examples. Very graphical, many Imagemaps, and search facilities. Links to other WEB sites relevant to the field of Archeology. Archaeological Resource Guide for Europe Organizations American Anthropological Association National Association of State Archeologists Society for American Archeology Archaeological Institute of America ASMOSIA (Association for the Study of Marble and Other Stones in Antiquity Associazione Italiana di Archeometria Florida Anthropological Society Florida Archaeological Council Historical Metallurgy Society ... UNESCO Electronic Journals

57. Oberlin Course Catalog--Anthropology
Introduction to archeology (Laboratory only) 1 hour 1SS. Museum anthropology 3 hours3SS, CD, WR. examines the historical context of museums, emphasizing various
In this Department Introductory Courses Intermediate Courses Upper-Level Seminars and Honors Courses Catalog Main Page General Information College of Arts and Sciences Conservatory of Music ... Double-Degree Program Other Links Registrar's Office Office/Departmental Directory Arts and Sciences Main Page
Anthropology represents a broad field of study encompassing four subdivisions: cultural anthropology, linguistic anthropology, prehistoric archeology, and biological anthropology. Courses listed below offer comprehensive approaches to anthropology's diverse subject matter and provide an important component of a liberal arts education for both majors and non-majors. A major will gain excellent preparation for graduate study in anthropology or as part of a pre-professional education. Additionally, anthropology majors can gain preparation for a wide variety of careers. Students majoring in anthropology are strongly urged to pursue work beyond the introductory level (101, 102, 103) in each of the subfields.

58. Museums Of Philadelphia
museums of Philadelphia, PA Galleries of Philadelphia museums of Pennsylvania Universityof Pennsylvania Museum of archeology and anthropology, The, 33rd
Museums of Philadelphia, PA
Galleries of Philadelphia

Museums of Pennsylvania

Galleries of
Pennsylvania If you would like to add your gallery
or your favorite place to our list,
please use registration form 3rd Street Gallery 58 N Second St African-American Museum in Philadelphia 701 Arch St. Art in City Hall ArtForms Gallery Manayunk 106 Levering St. Arthur Ross Gallery , University of PA 220 S 34th St. Atwater Kent Museum Borowsky Gallery 401 S Broad St. at Gershman Y Jewish Center Brandywine Workshop 730 S Broad St Clay Studio, The 139 N Second St. Creative Artists Network 237 S 18th St., #3A Curtis Center Museum of Norman Rockwell Art, The 601 Walnut St. Drexel University Design Arts Gallery, Nesbitt College of Design Arts 33rd and Market Sts. Ester M. Klein Art Gallery, Univ. City Science Center 3600 Market St. Fabric Workshop/ Museum, The 1315 Cherry St. 5th fl. Penn's Landing Waterfront
Institute of Contemporary Art
118 S 36th St. La Salle University Art Museum 20th St. and Olney Ave. Library Company of Philadelphia 1314 Locus St. Moore College of Art and Design, Goldie Paley Gallery

59. WFU | Anthropology | About The Program
of anthropology, in which anthropology programs and museums in the members have broadknowledge of anthropology graduate opportunities archeology Dr. Woodall.
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  • What is Anthropology? Subfields in Anthropology Opportunities for Experience The Academic Year ... Preparing for Graduate School

    "Anthropology"from the Greek anthropos ("human") and logia ("science") is the scientific study of humankind, from its beginnings millions of years ago to the present day. Its subject matter is both exotic (initiation rites of the Ganda of Uganda) and commonplace (anatomy of the human hand). Its focus is both sweeping and microscopic. Anthropologists may study the environmental impact of a new industry, the folklore of West Virginia, primate disease patterns, prehistoric cultures in North Carolina, or secret societies. A common thread links these vastly different projects. The common goal is to advance knowledge of who we are and how we came to be that way. Because the subject matter of anthropology is so broad, an undergraduate major in anthropology is part of a broad liberal arts background for men and women interested in any career, including law, environmental studies, government, business, international relations, medicine, and in just being a well-educated citizen. With the current intensity of global actions and interactions and the increasing cultural diversity of our own society, anthropology becomes even more relevant to our lives. In these times of narrow specialization, anthropological study is refreshingly broad. This focus on comprehensive breadth is especially valuable to students seeking to develop expertise in planning, decision-making, and management. Anthropology's scope and intellectual perspective prepares students to make objective, far-sighted decisions at the professional level in any career field, either at home or abroad.

    60. Artcom Museums Tour: Pioneer Trails Regional Museum
    Check with us at a later date. Key Personnel Clara Bliss, Museum Director DorothyPearson, Prairie History Genealogy; Cris Fulton, archeology anthropology;
    Pioneer Trails Regional Museum
    12 First Avenue Northeast
    Bowman, North Dakota
    Phone: 701-523-3600
    Statement of Purpose:
    Preserve and display local history. The Pioneer Trails Regional Museum was founded in 1991 to preserve the unique history of southwest North Dakota. The region's history includes many fascinating aspects, including some of the world's best fossil and dinosaur dig sites; Native American artifacts, including rare petroglyphs preserved in the Cave Hills; and the entire history of the region's homesteaders, from the frist settlers and cowboys through the dust bowl and World War II.
    The Pioneer Trails Regional Museum (PTRM) has a comprehensive paleontology department and is an active field museum. The museum is less than 30 miles (48km) from some of the world's best dinosaur and fossil bed. Throughout the summer, the PTRM's paleontologists lead field tours into the badlands where you can help them dig for dinosaurs and other fossils.
    • A complete paleontology department, including life-sized dinosaur skeletons found in the area.

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