Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2006

Abstract

Governmental efforts to protect antiquities can be found in the early twentieth century; however, the most significant policy efforts began in the late 1960s and early 1970s. This manuscript focuses on the properties/items protected under current statutes in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas and provides background on major federal policies. Moreover, it addresses the penalties imposed for violating these regulations. The efforts made to enforce these rules are also addressed along with suggestions for improving implementation of antiquities policies in all three states.

Publication Title

Midsouth Political Science Review

Publisher Statement

Copyright 2006 Midsouth Political Science Review, Arkansas Tech University

DOI

http://02c8a40.netsolhost.com/MPSR%20articles/4%20Reed%20and%20Berry.pdf

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