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Arthur C. Parker's Contributions to New York State Archaeology

TitleArthur C. Parker's Contributions to New York State Archaeology
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1992
AuthorsSullivan, LP
JournalBulletin, Journal of the New York State Archaeological Association
Volume104
Pagination3-8
Keywordsanthropology
Abstract

Arthur C. Parker was the first president of the Society for American Archaeology and a co-founder of the New York State Archaeological Association. During the, first half of this century, Parker made significant contributions to the professionalization of archaeology and to public understanding of the developing discipline as well as substantive contributions to data collection, collation, and reporting. This paper briefly chronicles his career and discusses the impact of Parker's work on the development of archaeological research in New York.

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