TITLE 17: CONSERVATION
CHAPTER VI: ILLINOIS HISTORIC PRESERVATION AGENCY
PART 4190 THE PROTECTION, TREATMENT, AND INVENTORY OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND PALEONTOLOGICAL RESOURCES ON PUBLIC LANDS
SECTION 4190.302 INVENTORYING OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND PALEONTOLOGICAL SITES
Section 4190.302 Inventorying of Archaeological and Paleontological Sites
a) The Inventory Form shall contain the following information, to the extent known:
1) The name and address of the individual completing the form.
2) Documentation of the site.
3) Photographic prints of each site with burials, including a black and white photograph of each individual mound, to document its current condition. The photograph shall be either an original print at least 5 inches by 7 inches or an original contact sheet and the negatives.
4) A township, range and section description and Universal Transverse Meridian coordinates of the site's location, including sufficient buffer land necessary to protect the site until its specific legal boundaries are defined.
5) A sketch showing the known area of the site and any salient observable features.
6) A copy of the pertinent United States Geological Survey 7.5 minute topographic quadrangle map noting the location of the site.
7) References to previous recorded information on the site.
b) Documentation of a Site. Documentation of a site may include, but is not limited to, the following:
1) Physical evidence, as demonstrated by archaeological, paleontological or written historical reports showing the presence of archaeological or paleontological resources, or human skeletal remains, graves or grave markers;
2) Adequate historical documentation;
3) Oral depositions or affidavits; or
4) Any additional information requested by the Agency.