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Title:
Federal planning and historic places : the section 106 process
Author:
King, Thomas F.
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Publication Information:
Lanham, MD : AltaMira Press, [2000]

©2000
Physical Description:
195 pages ; 24 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780742502581

9780742502598
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Book

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Summary

In this companion volume to his earlier work, Cultural Resource Laws and Practice: An Introductory Guide. Laws and Practices, King (historic preservation, University of Nevada) presents a more detailed explanation of the practice of Federal agency project review under Section 106 of the US National Historic Preservation Act. The book reflects the latest revisions to Section 106, and offers advice on matters such as public participation in review and drafting Memoranda of Agreement. Also included are the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation's 1999 guidelines for archeological data recovery. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR


Author Notes

Dr. Thomas F. King boasts thirty years of experience as a professional archaeologist and historic preservation expert, including extensive fieldwork in Micronesia. He serves as project archaeologist for The Earhart Project. The author of three books, Dr. King lives in Washington, D.C.

(Bowker Author Biography)


Table of Contents

Part 1 What is It and Where Did It Come From?
Chapter 1 106 of What?p. 11
Chapter 2 Evolution of a Processp. 15
Part 2 Section 106 in the New Millennium: Playing the Game Under the 1999 Regulation
Prefacep. 25
Chapter 3 What's It All About; When Does It Happen; and Who Plays?p. 27
Chapter 4 The Game's Afoot! Initiating Reviewp. 33
Chapter 5 Finding What May Be Affectedp. 41
Chapter 6 Evaluationp. 55
Chapter 7 The Results of Identification and Evaluationp. 63
Chapter 8 Will There Be an Adverse Effect?p. 67
Chapter 9 "Resolving Adverse Effect;" MOA or ACHP Commentp. 75
Chapter 10 "Substituting" NEPA for Section 106p. 79
Chapter 11 The Rest of the Regulationp. 85
Chapter 12 In Summaryp. 97
Part 3 Some Tools of the Trade
Chapter 13 Public Participationp. 103
Chapter 14 Writing a Memorandum of Agreement: Heloise's Expanded Helpful Hintsp. 115
Chapter 15 The Invented Wheels: Standard Stipulationsp. 125
Epilogue: The Future of Section 106p. 175
Appendix A A Walk Through the ACHP's Archeological Guidancep. 181
Bibliographyp. 191
Indexp. 193

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