The JTAH.org proudly serves governmental agencies in their mandated efforts to improve public outreach by distributing various research reports and publications.
Additionally, we will publish special items on this page that have been generated to educate the public by the JTAH.org. A good example is the collection of PowerPoint presentations delivered by the participants in our symposium on research collaboration with our fellow researchers south of the Rio Bravo/Rio Grande at the T.A.S. 2015 Annual Meeting which are found here.
These distributed works by others have been reviewed and approved by the Editor-In-Chief as meeting our minimum standards of scholastic research quality. We consider these publications to have been internally peer reviewed by the submitting agency or organization.
Please note that items found on this page have not been subjected to the rigorous peer review process conducted by our Editorial Board as is found in the JTAH Annual Volume.
Additionally, the government agency or research organization responsible for the item maintains full copyright and control, not the JTAH.org.
Distribution of these publications are done as a public service as a part of our mission to educate the public on the value or archeology and history research. We hope the public enjoys and appreciates the easy access to these research reports.