ANTY 451 Introduction to the laws and practice of cultural resource/heritage property management. Focus on the management of archaeological sites, historic structures, and traditional cultural places due to federal laws.
HSTA 320 The history of the U.S. from 1877 to 1920 is largely the story of Americans responding to profound social, cultural and economic change. In an effort to bring order to their changing world, Americans created new institutions, retooled their ideologies, and improved the nation's infrastructure.
Historic Preservation is the interdisciplinary field that seeks to identify, document, preserve and protect significant structures, sites and landscapes.