Glassmaking & Glassmakers
Welcome to the Historic Bottle Website!
NOTICE TO USERS
The Historic Bottle Website has moved
permanently to the
The Glassmaking &
page is now at the following link:
The Society for Historical Archaeology (SHA) is pleased to be the new web-based home of the Historic Bottle Website. Since its initial posting in early 2005, the Historic Bottle Website has become a very useful resource to the historical archaeology community. This makes its location on the SHA website in the new "Research Resources" section particularly appropriate. The website's public educational emphasis helps the SHA to meet one of its goals: "...to promote scholarly research and the dissemination of knowledge concerning historical archaeology."
The BLM benefits by forging a stronger connection to one of the leading professional organizations within the archaeological world. The move also helps the Department of Interior (DOI) meet recent DOI Inspector General Evaluation Report (#2003-I-0051) recommendations to simplify their web presence, increase security, and control content, while still maintaining a recognizable connection to the Historic Bottle Website.
For book marking the new location, the Historic Bottle Website home page is located at the following URL:
Website created and managed by:
Bureau of Land Management - Klamath Falls, Oregon