Table of contents for Tracking ancient footsteps : William D. Lipe's contributions to southwestern prehistory and public archaeology / edited by Timothy Kohler and R.G. Matson.

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1. Introduction
R.G. Matson and Timothy A. Kohler 
2. Bill Lipe and the Archaeology of Glen Canyon, "The Place No One Knew"
Don D. Fowler 
3. Glen Canyon Archaeology, Then and Now: Lipe's Contributions in Hindsight 
Phil R. Geib
4. The Basketmaker II, Cedar Mesa, and Bill Lipe
R.G. Matson 
5. BM III, P I, Lipe, and the DAP
Sarah H. Schlanger and Timothy A. Kohler 
6. Building a Center for Research, Public Education, and Native American Collaboration: 
Bill Lipe and Crow Canyon
Mark D. Varien and Ricky R. Lightfoot 
7. Bill Lipe, Conservation Archaeology, and SARG
W. James Judge 
8. The Conservation Model Today: Bill Lipe and Historic Preservation
Lynne Sebastian
9. A Conversation with Bill Lipe
References Cited

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Lipe, William D.
Indianists -- Southwest, New -- Biography.
Archaeologists -- Southwest, New -- Biography.
Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- Antiquities.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Southwest, New.
Salvage archaeology -- Southwest, New.
Southwest, New -- Antiquities -- Collections and preservation.
Crow Canyon Archaeological Center -- History.
Southwestern Anthropological Research Group (U.S.) -- History.