Issues are published by the several departments of the National Park Service.
For Library's holdings, consult the periodical checking-in record.
Latest issue consulted: Winter 2008.
Some issues combined. Vol. 2, no. 2 skipped in numbering. Issues for winter 1998/spring 1999-spring/summer 2000 have chronological designation only. Numbering resumed with issue for summer/fall 2001, called v. 6, no. 1.
None published, 2002.
Some issues also available via the Internet at the NPS web site. Addresses as of 3/10/04: http://commonground.cr.nps.gov/Index.cfm (current issue); http://commonground.cr.nps.gov/97%5FArchive.cfm (archived issues for Common ground: preserving our nation's heritage); http://www.cr.nps.gov/archeology/Cg/Index.htm (archived issues for Common ground: archeology and ethnography in the public interest); current access is available via PURL.
Vols. for -spring 2005 issued by: National Center for Cultural Resources; by the National Park Service.
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