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Federal Planning and Historic Places : The Section 106 Process - Thomas F. King

Federal Planning and Historic Places

The Section 106 Process

Paperback Published: 22nd February 2000
ISBN: 9780742502598
Number Of Pages: 200

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Section 106. A critical section of an obscure law, the National Preservation Act. It has saved thousands of historic sites, archeological sites, buildings, and neighborhoods across the country from destruction by Federal projects. And it has let even more be destroyed, or damaged, or somehow changed. It is the major legal basis for a multi-million dollar 'cultural resource management' industry that provides employment to thousands of archeologists, historians, and architectural historians. It is interpreted in a wide variety of ways by judges, lawyers, Federal agency officials, State and Tribal Historic Preservation Officers, contractors, and academics. But what does it say, and how does the regulatory process it created actually work? In this book, Tom King de-mythologizes Section 106, explaining its origins, its rationale, and the procedures that must be followed in carrying out its terms. Available just months after the latest revision of section 106, this book builds on King's best-selling work, Cultural Resource Laws and Practice: an Introductory Guide (AltaMira Press 1998). It is indispensable for federal, state, tribal, legal, academic, and citizen practitioners in the United States. King's engaging and witty prose turns a tangle of complicated regulation into a readable and engaging guide. ** CLICK 'Sample Readings' below to view the most current addendum to this book. Sponsored by the Heritage Resources Management Program, University of Nevada, Reno

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What makes this book especially valuable is the author. Thomas F. King has been involved in the Section 106 process since its inception, has taught section 106 classes for years, and has probably thought more about the regulation's evolution than any other person alive.--Darby C. Strapp "High Plains Applied Anthropologist "

What is It and Where Did It Come From?
106 of What?p. 11
Evolution of a Processp. 15
Section 106 in the New Millennium: Playing the Game Under the 1999 Regulation
Prefacep. 25
What's It All About; When Does It Happen; and Who Plays?p. 27
The Game's Afoot! Initiating Reviewp. 33
Finding What May Be Affectedp. 41
Evaluationp. 55
The Results of Identification and Evaluationp. 63
Will There Be an Adverse Effect?p. 67
"Resolving Adverse Effect;" MOA or ACHP Commentp. 75
"Substituting" NEPA for Section 106p. 79
The Rest of the Regulationp. 85
In Summaryp. 97
Some Tools of the Trade
Public Participationp. 103
Writing a Memorandum of Agreement: Heloise's Expanded Helpful Hintsp. 115
The Invented Wheels: Standard Stipulationsp. 125
Epilogue: The Future of Section 106p. 175
A Walk Through the ACHP's Archeological Guidancep. 181
Bibliographyp. 191
Indexp. 193
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ISBN: 9780742502598
ISBN-10: 0742502597
Series: Heritage Resource Management
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 200
Published: 22nd February 2000
Publisher: ALTA MIRA PR
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.58 x 14.73  x 1.14
Weight (kg): 0.27

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