Evaluation and Monitoring of Culturally Appropriate Treatments for Vandalism at Rock Image Sites

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This report details work done to enhance the understanding of Tribal concerns and interests regarding the conservation of rock image cultural heritage sites.  The work pertains to Tribes located in the Pacific Northwest of the United States.  The study included research into past treatments at these sites and a survey of various Tribal groups to develop some understanding of their general preferences regarding management of conservation programs.  The aim of the study is to further develop existing lines of communication between land management organizations, conservators, and the various Tribes in the region.  Results are presented in a tabular form with discussion and interpretation of responses to specific questions.

This research was made possible through Grant MT-2210-04-NC-13 from the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT).

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