Tree thumbnailHistorical archaeology consists of two principle activities, a technique and a tool for interpretation.

Lu Ann De Cunzo explains the value of historical archaeology as a tool for historic interpretation with examples of interpretative themes that contextualize findings from historic sites.

Also included is an outline for developing and implementing an archaeological management plan.

Technical Leaflet #173 (1990)

For more information on similar topics, please refer to Technical Leaflet Bundle 2, Historic House Restoration: Getting Started.