Culminating projects in Cultural Resources Management, including theses, starred papers, and portfolios, focus on preservation, conservation, and stewardship of the finite and quickly disappearing record of the human past. Culminating projects may be based on field, lab, or literature analysis or data synthesis. Cultural Resources Management is administered by the Anthropology Program in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology.

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Culminating Projects from 2017

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Distribution of Knife Lake Siltstone and Associated Manufacturing Technologies Local to the Wendt Site Quarry, Daughter District, Lake County, Minnesota, Phillip R. Bauschard
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Culminating Projects from 2016

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Assessing Wyoming’s Public Perceptions and General Attitudes towards Archaeology, And Statewide Trends in Looting, Kayla M. Bradshaw
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Big Game, Small Game: A Comprehensive Analysis of Faunal Remains Recovered From CA-SDI-11,521, Jennifer R. Kraft
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Twin Lakes Site: A Look into Prehistoric Minnesota, Elizabeth K. Sharkey
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Culminating Projects from 2015

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A Spatial Analysis of Artifacts Using a Geographic Information System at the Grand Portage North West Company Fur Trade Depot (21CK06), Andrew L. Craft
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Digitization of Museum Collections: Using Technology, Creating Access, and Releasing Authority in Managing Content and Resources, Benjamin S. Gessner
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Culminating Projects from 2013

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Rethinking Hudson-Meng: A Taphonomic Analysis of the Faunal Assemblage from 25SX115, Sioux County, Nebraska, Diana M. Barg
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Analyzing the Effects of Tree Throw on the Wendt Archaeological Site, Jennifer L. Norman
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Culminating Projects from 2003

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Changing Times, Changing Themes: An Exhibit Proposal of the Historical Occupancy at the Library Site from 1849 to 1869, Jaime Yap
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