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The report assessing cultural resources for the Dickey/Lincoln School Transmission Project consists of five narrative chapters, a topical bibliography, and five appendices. The scope of work, together with the USDI guidelines for cultural resource survey (included in Appendix E), comprise an attitude and approach toward prehistory which is in accord with the current state of the art, not simply in terms of cultural resource management but also in terms of contemporary standards generally recognized by practitioners of anthropological archaeology.
Dekin, Albert A. Jr.; Donaldson, Bruce R.; Pepper, J. Lloyd; Robinson, Paul A.; Hession, Edward A.; Rasson, Judith A.; Public Archaeology Facility Department of Anthropology; and United States Department of Energy, "Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Transmission Studies Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix J: Historical-Archeological Impact Study" (1978). Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project. 49.
United States. 1978. Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project transmission studies environmental impact statement: appendix J: historical-archeological impact study. Bangor, Me: U.S. Dept. of Energy.
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