Keepers of the treasures: protecting historic properties and cultural traditions on Indian lands : a report on tribal preservation funding needs submitted to Congress by the National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior
The Branch, 1990 - Social Science - 214 pages
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Tribal Participation in the National Historic Preservation
Federal Agency Perspectives
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Ak-Chin Ak-Chin Indian Community American Folklife Center American Indian archeological archeologists Area Native Association artifacts assist tribes Chippewa collections Confederated Tribes consultation cooperation cost cultural committees cultural heritage cultural resources curation programs elders Establish estimated Existing Tribal Federal agencies Folklife funding needs heritage center Historic Places Historic Preservation Act Historic Preservation Fund Historic Preservation Office historic preservation program human remains identified Indian Affairs Indian lands Indian tribes interpretation Kodiak Kodiak Area Native land managing agencies language programs Makah Makah language National Historic Preservation National Park Service National Register Native American Navajo Nation non-Indian oral history Osage language Pete Jemison photograph preservation plan properties on Indian Proposed Activities protect historic properties Quechan Register of Historic responsibility sacred Section 106 review Sioux survey traditional cultural properties tribal archives tribal council tribal cultural tribal members tribal objects tribal participation tribal preservation programs tribes reported worksheets Zuni