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Tribal Historic Preservation (Other Keyword)

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Field Methods in Indigenous Archaeology: Building Capacity through Community-Based Research and Education (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT Sara Gonzalez. Ian Kretzler.

There are few formal field schools in the United States where students can receive formal training in tribal historic preservation, community-based collaboration, and archaeological field methods. Given the increasing role of consultation and collaboration in disciplinary practice, learning to effectively communicate and build relationships with a Tribal Historic Preservation Office (THPO) and/or tribal community is a critical skill. The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Community of Oregon’s...


Seminole Cowboys: From Cowkeeper to Today (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT Jessica Freeman. Matthew Fenno.

Cattle herding is not new to the Seminoles. It is a centuries old way of life that is embedded into their cultural heritage. This tradition began in the 1700s in the Alachua prairies of north Florida under the leader Cowkeeper and has continued into modern day on the Seminole Tribe of Florida (STOF) Reservations. The STOF Tribal Historic Preservation Office (THPO) is currently investigating several early 20th century sites related to the formation of the Seminole cattle program, including the...


Stewards of the Land: Agua Caliente Tribal Historic Preservation (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT Patricia Garcia-Plotkin.

As stewards of the Tribe’s heritage, the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians has designated the Tribal Historic Preservation Officer (THPO) responsible for the protection, preservation, and management of a wide array of Historic Properties and Cultural Resources such as archaeological sites, historic-period properties, as well as expanses of land which are of traditional or ceremonial importance to Tribal membership. In order to best protect the Tribe’s cultural heritage the THPO has...


The Suquamish Tribe Approach to Incorporate Tribal Historic Preservation into School Curricula (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT Dennis Lewarch. Stephanie Trudel.

The Suquamish Tribe of the Port Madison Indian Reservation in Western Washington promotes incorporation of tribal history, culture, and language into school curricula. Staff members in the Archaeology and Historic Preservation Program participate in curriculum development and make presentations in the North Kitsap School District and at the Suquamish Tribe’s own Chief Kitsap Academy Middle and High School. Tribal archaeologists contribute to the classroom experience in a variety of ways to bring...


Using Assimilationist Tools to Refashion Cultural Landscapes: Allotment on the Grand Ronde Reservation (2018)

Citation DOCUMENT Ian Kretzler.

The General Allotment (Dawes) Act of 1887 was passed amid mounting criticism that the federal reservation system was failing to assimilate Native Americans into Euro-American society. On reservations, Native communities grappled with the traumas of dispossession, violence, and food shortages, but they also possessed a degree of freedom to maintain cultural practices and identities. The Dawes Act was designed to terminate these lifeways by tethering Native families to privately owned plots,...

Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America