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Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Resources

Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act

report (to accompany H.R. 506) (including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office)

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Resources

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Historic sites -- Law and legislation -- New Mexico,
  • Archaeology -- New Mexico,
  • New Mexico -- Antiquities -- Collection and preservation

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesReport / 108th Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives -- 108-346
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14538220M
    OCLC/WorldCa53893222

    th Congress Report HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 1st Session ===== GALISTEO BASIN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES PROTECTION ACT _____ November 4, Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union and ordered to be printed _____ Mr. Pombo, from the Committee on Resources, submitted the following R E P O R T [To accompany H.R. ] .   The Galisteo Basin Archaeological Coordination Group has recently submitted a Vision and Action Plan, and a Budget to the New Mexico Congressional delegation. The plan and budget, if funded, will finally allow implementation of the Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act, passed by Congress in The prospect of future oil and gas drilling in the Basin makes it ever .

      In recognition of the unique cultural qualities and great significance of the area, the United States Congress passed the Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act in , calling for the preservation of 25 significant archaeological sites in the greater Galisteo Basin and calling for the identification and preservation of additional. Summary of S - th Congress (): Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act.

    toward implementation of the Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act continues, the work of the Tano Origins Project gains increasing significance as a model for collaboration between land owners/managers, researchers and diverse elements of the local public. It is widely considered one of the most impressive archeological sites in the United States. Most of the sites are currently closed to the public. The most famous Pueblo ruin within the basin is San Cristobal Pueblo. From the 14th to the early 15th century, the pueblos in Galisteo Basin were trade centers. After , the basin was abandoned.


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Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Resources Download PDF EPUB FB2

Galisteo Basin Archaeology Site Preservation Act Working Group; Tribal Representatives; The New Mexico Office of Archaeological Studies; Santa Fe County Open Space, Trails, and Parks Program; EMNRD Cerrillos Hills State Park; New Mexico State Land Office.

Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act. 16 USC aa note. Mar. 19, [H.R. ] VerDate MAY Jkt PO Frm Fmt Sfmt E:\PUBLAW\PUBL APPS06 PsN: PUBL   To provide for the protection of archaeological sites in the Galisteo Basin in New Mexico, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, This Act may be cited as the ‘Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act’.

Act to Provide for the Protection of Archaeological Sites in the Galisteo Basin in New Mexico, and for Other Purposes. Their farsighted efforts have finally borne fruit. The Galisteo Archeological Sites Protection Act, passed by Congress, and signed into law by President Bush in March of provides “for the preservation, protection, and interpretation of the nationally significant archaeological resources in the Galisteo Basin in New Mexico.” The.

An Act To provide for the protection of archaeological sites in the Galisteo Basin in New Mexico, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1.

The initiative behind the Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act was to coordinate the multitude of private interests and state, local, and federal agencies in providing protection for the numerous archaeological sites in the Greater Galisteo Basin region.

The Act's website was a logical development created to introduce the public to this fascinating area after compiling the archaeological sites affected by the creation of the Act.

FIELD HEARING ON S, GALISTEO BASIN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES PROTECTION ACT SENATE COMMITTEE ON ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO AUGUST 7, Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this hearing on the protection of archaeological sites in the Galisteo Basin in New Mexico.

Tribal input is a critical facet of the Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act. Area residents provide knowledge of land ownership and can monitor plans for development that could affect either sites on the protection list or other related resources.

The Galisteo Basin southeast of the city of Santa Fe has attracted attention from a variety of people throughout the human occupation of this part of the Southwest.

Its natural resources include minerals like turquoise and lead, biotic resources like pasturage and game, all important water at some times and places, and expansive vistas.

About The Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act. The Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act (H.R.

th Congress) provides for the protection of archaeological sites in the Galisteo Basin in New Mexico. The following summary was written by the Congressional Research Service, a nonpartisan arm of the Library of Congress. TOPN: Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act. Laws acquire popular names as they make their way through Congress.

Sometimes these names say something about the substance of the law (as with the ' Winter Olympic Commemorative Coin Act'). Pub. –, Mar. 19,Stat.known as the "Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act", provided for the preservation, protection, and interpretation of nationally significant archaeological resources in the Galisteo Basin of New Mexico by designating Galisteo Basin Archaeological Protection Sites and their acreage.

She serves on the Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act Coordinating Committee and as an advisor to the Friends of Tijeras Pueblo, organizations focused on the protection and interpretation of archaeological sites.

Kent G. Lightfoot is a Professor in the Anthropology Department at the University of California, Berkeley. As an.

Get this from a library. Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act: report (to accompany S. [United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.]. Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act, Pub. H.R.th Cong. The Congress of the United States has recognized the nationally significant archaeological resources of the Galisteo Basin and identified areas to be protected under the Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act (Public Law ).

Galisteo Basin Archeological Protection Act - Galisteo Basin Archaeological Protection Act - Designates specified archaeological sites in New Mexico as the Galisteo Basin Archaeological Protection Sites.

Requires the Secretary of the Interior to: (1) continue to search for additional Native American and Spanish colonial sites in the Galisteo. Prehistory of the Southwest. Linda S. Cordell, School of American Research (Santa Fe, She serves on the Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act Coordinating Committee and as an advisor to the Friends of Tijeras Pueblo, organizations focused on the protection and interpretation of archaeological sites.

Bibliographic information. Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection. Pub. –, Mar. 19,Stat.known as the “Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act”, provided for the preservation, protection, and interpretation of nationally significant archaeological resources in the Galisteo Basin of New Mexico by designating Galisteo Basin Archaeological Protection Sites and their acreage.

Galisteo Basin In its session, the New Mexico State Legislature passed the Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Assessment bill (GBASA), sponsored by Representative Kathy McCoy and others. This bill provided funds for the assessment of 24 archaeological sites identified by the federal Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act.Get this from a library!

Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act: report (to accompany H.R. ) (including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office).

[United States. Congress. House. Committee on Resources.].The federal government recognized and protected the prehistoric Native American archaeological value of the watershed in the Galisteo Basin Archaeological Sites Protection Act (S, H.R).

The Act specifically seeks protection for 24 sites of immense prehistoric significance, including several large pueblo ruins and petroglyph sites.