Home Page of P.J. DiBlasi
This page was created to assist those students who are taking the courses I teach in Anthropology and people interested in regional African-American history and in preserving cemeteries primarily in Kentucky.
The Anthropology Department now offers a minor in forensics. Click here for course requirements.
Are you interested in declaring your major as ANTHROPOLOGY? If so click here and fill in the online form.
Office hours in the Program of Archaeology (1820 Arthur Street):
0715-1515 (7:15 am to 3:15 pm) Monday through Friday (except when I am teaching class & during holidays)
Call 502-852-6724 for an appointment.
- You want to find friends or family in Eastern, Greenwood or Schardein Cemeteries in Louisville, Kentucky.
- Eastern, Greenwood or Schardein Cemeteries, Louisville, Kentucky
- Kentucky Revised Statutes relating to cemeteries
- Opinions of the Kentucky Attorney General relating to cemeteries
- Some Court Decisions Related to Cemeteries
- Regulations for Moving Burials from a cemetery
- Fun Funeral terms everyone should know
Archaeological Web pages of interest:
- Society for Historical Archaeology
- Society for American Archaeology
- Journal of Field Archaeology
- National Trust for Historic Preservation
- Indiana Historic Preservation & Archaeology
- Kentucky Heritage Council
- Archaeological Conservancy
- American Association of Physical Anthropologists
- Register of Professional Archaeologists
- National Park Service Books and Histories on Line
- National Park Service National Register of Historic Places
- The National Park Service Website of Federal Laws & Regulations
- Federal Archaeological Resource Protection Act of 1979
- Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (final regulations)
- Kentucky Antiquities Act (KRS 164.705-720)
- Kentucky Cave Protection Act (KRS 433.871-885)
- Search for Kentucky Revised Statutes
- Search for Indiana Codes (laws)
- Criteria for Listing a site on the National Register of Historic Places
- UNESCO Convention on Antiquities
Do you really know where you live, according to the US Post Office? Check the United States Post Office website for your official address.
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