SHIPWRECKS AND LIME KILNS:

The Hidden History of 19th Century Sailors and Quarrymen of the Central Coast

       Part I: Archaeology, History and Stablization of the Franklin point Historic                 Shipwreck Cemetery (CA-SMA-107/H)

Mark Hykema

Santa Cruz District Archaeologist

California State Parks

Publications in Cultural Heritage

Number 35, 2018

By John Grebenkemper

Overland Journal of the Oregon-California Trails Association  

Volume 36, Number 2, Summer 2018

Using Technology for Cemetery Preservation

 

This resource webpage and training video are the result of a Cemetery Preservation Technology Workshop hosted by the Montana History Foundation in June 2018. ICF was a contributor to this resource.

Canine Forensics is a relatively new method of using trained dogs to identify and map areas of human burial. 

ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE KUMEYAAY:

Contributions to the Prehistory of Cuyamaca Rancho State Park 

San Diego County, California

Part II: The Dripping Springs Site, CA-SDI-860

​       PUBLICATIONS IN CULTURAL HERITAGE NUMBER 34, 2017

Lynn H. Gamble Department of Anthropology,

University of California, Santa Barbara

Guidance on the Use  of Historic Human Remains Detection Dogs for Locating Unmarked Cemeteries

By Carey L. Baxter and Michael L. Hargrave

December 2015

By John Grebenkemper, Kristen Johnson

Overland Journal of the Oregon-California Trails Association  

Volume 33, Number 2, Summer 2015

By John Grebenkemper, Kristen Johnson, and Adela Morris

Overland Journal of the Oregon-California Trails Association  

Volume 30, Number 3, Fall 2012

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