Sacred Objects and Sacred Places: Preserving Tribal Traditions

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University Press of Colorado, 2000 - History - 285 pages
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Combines native oral histories, photographs, drawings and case studies to present current issues of cultural preservation vital to American Indians, Alaska natives, and Native Hawaiians, such as the repatriation of human remains, the curation and exhibition of sacred masks and medicine bundles, and protecting sacred places on private, state, and public land.

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Contents

The Repatriation of Native American
13
Lawsuits and Resolutions to Protect Their Ancestors
20
The 8000YearOld Shaman
26
Copyright

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Andrew Gulliford is Professor of Southwest Studies and History at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado. He is the author of "Preserving Western History", "Sacred Objects and Sacred Places: Preserving Tribal Traditions", "America's Country Schools", and "Boomtown Blues: Colorado Oil Shale.

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