Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

A ten-millennia lens: Landscape, culture and history at Russell Cave National Monument
by English, Jesse Randall, M.L.A., Mississippi State University, 2012, 191; 1509091
Abstract (Summary)

Developed out of a need for a reliable methodology of documenting historic landscapes, the National Park Service uses Cultural Landscape Reports to determine the significance and integrity of historic landscapes. Treatment recommendations developed from an analysis of site history and existing conditions guide the management decisions of cultural landscapes.

Russell Cave National Monument, located in Bridgeport, Alabama, contains one of the oldest continuous archeological records in North America. A cultural landscape report for the park had not yet been completed. This research consists of a historical narrative covering the 10,000 years of human occupation in the cave, documentation of existing conditions, an analysis of historic integrity, and recommendations for management, preservation, and restoration of the landscape.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Seymour, Michael W.
Commitee: Herrmann, Nicholas P., Wilkerson, Wayne
School: Mississippi State University
Department: Landscape Architecture
School Location: United States -- Mississippi
Source: MAI 50/05M, Masters Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Landscape architecture, Cultural Resources Management, Native American studies
Keywords: Cultural landscapes, National Park Service, Prehistory, Russell Cave
Publication Number: 1509091
ISBN: 9781267295705
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