The Earliest Americans National Historic Landmark Theme Study for Alaska

This project will produce the Earliest Americans National Historic Landmark (NHL) theme study for Alaska with the goal of identifying and nominating national significant properties.

The theme study will provide a historic context and a comparative analysis for properties associated with a specific

area of American heritage¿archaeological sites in Alaska (approximately >10,000 years old).
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Cultural Resources Management

Department of the Interior

Agency: Department of the Interior

Office: National Park Service

Estimated Funding: $125,000

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USAID encourages applications from potential new partners.

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