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E-Digging Up Cultural Resources

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CII Annual Conference 2001 Construction and  the Discovery of  Cultural and Historic  Resources
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2 Impacts to Construction Projects Schedule Delays while determining  subsequent actions. Budget increase: - Modify construction - Relocate project - Due to prolonged construction Possible project cancellation.
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3 Federal Legislative Actions Antiquities Act of 1906 Historic Sites Act of 1935 Reservoir Salvage Act of 1960 National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 Archaeological and Historic Preservation  Act of 1974
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4 National Historic Preservation Act State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) - Manages Act at the state level National Register of Historic Places. Federal projects require pre-construction  survey to determine if cultural or historic  resources impacted.
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5 State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) Manages National Register of Historic  Places. Oversight on Advisory Council on Historic  Preservation  - State agency to determine when new site is  added to National Register Establishes local guidelines for private  construction projects.
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6 Three Phase Evaluation of sites Phase I - Normally a literature review - May include interview with locals - Possible site survey to observe unusual  plants, animals, or shapes  - If indications of significant site, will require  the next phase of investigation
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