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25 Years of NAGPRA in the National Park Service (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mary Carroll.

The Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGRA) became law on November 16, 1990, requiring Federal agencies and museums to repatriate Native American human remains, funerary objects, sacred objects, and objects of cultural patrimony to lineal descendants and culturally affiliated Indian tribes or Native Hawaiian organizations. During the 25 years since its enactment, the National Park Service (NPS) has been responsible for both implementation of the Act and compliance with the...


African Americans and NAGPRA: The Call for an African American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Justin Dunnavant.

Increasing urbanization and gentrification have led to the rapid development of some of America's largest cities. As urban space becomes more scarce, African American heritage sites face increasing threats from developers and city planners alike. In light the 50th anniversary of the National Heritage Preservation Act and more than 25 years after the passage of NAGPRA, this paper highlights the disparities and challenges associated with preserving African American heritage sites in the USA....


An Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessment for Fort Bliss, Texas (1996)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mary J. Bade.

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An Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessment for Fort Irwin, Naval Air Station, North Island, Edwards Air Force Base, Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, Technical Report No. 5 (1997)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael K. Trimble. Christopher B. Pulliam.

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An Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessment for Fort Riley, Kansas (1996)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Charles M. Slaymaker. Natalie M. Drew.

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An Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessment for Headquarters Air Combat Command, Technical Report No. 10, Volume 1 (1996)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Natalie M. Drew.

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An Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessment for the Legacy Resource Management Program (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael K. Trimble. Christopher B. Pulliam.

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An Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessment for the U.S. Air Force, Air Mobility Command, Technical Report No. 6 (1995)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Natalie M. Drew. Rhonda Lueck. Teresa Militello. Lynn Neher. Christopher Pulliam.

During the fall of 1993, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Louis District, Mandatory Center of Expertise for the Curation and Management of Archaeological Collections (MCX) conducted a survey of archaeological collections and associated documentation generated from archaeological investigations conducted on 13 U.S. Air Force, Air Mobility Command (AMC) installations. Only four—Charleston Air Force Base (and its sub-installation, North Auxiliary Field), South Carolina; Dover Air Force Base,...


An Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessment of Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida (1996)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Teresa M. Militello. Natalie M. Drew.

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Archaeology and NAGPRA in Alaska: Examples of Intentional Excavation (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Rhea Hood. Rachel Mason.

This is an abstract from the "Beyond Collections: Federal Archaeology and "New Discoveries" under NAGPRA" session, at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Intentional excavation of human remains and associated items subject to NAGPRA occurs rarely. Such excavations are only permitted under particular circumstances and only with approval of lineal descendants (as appropriate) and affiliated tribes. In Alaska, National Park Service staff have facilitated...


An Archaeology Curation-Needs Assessment of Military Installations in Selected Eastern States, Vol. 1 (2000)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Lara Anderson. Karolyn Kinsey. Marc Kodack. Eugene Marino. Jennifer Riordan. Barbara C. Smoyer. Kelly Wissehr. Michael K. Trimble. Christopher Pulliam.

Between May 1997 and September 1999, personnel from the U.S. Army Engineer District, St. Louis conducted curation needs assessments at all active military installations in Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. Over 6,000...


The Archaeology of Kennewick Man
PROJECT Francis McManamon. Corps of Engineers. Department of the Interior.

This project includes background information, detailed reports of investigations, summaries, and other documents related to the Kennewick Man. Kennewick Man, also called "the Ancient One" by some, is an ancient individual represented by his nearly complete skeletal remains. The remains were discovered in 1996 under the waters of Lake Wallula, a reservoir in the Columbia River, near Kennewick, Washington. Controversy concerning the study and treatment of the remains was not resolved until a...


An Archeological Curation-Needs Assessment for the U.S. Navy, Engineering Field Activities, West and Northwest, Naval Facilities Engineering Command: Technical Report No. 9 (1997)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Amy E. Halpin. Kelly L. Holland.

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An Archeological Overview and Assessment of Agate Fossil Beds National Monument, Sioux County, Nebraska (2004)
DOCUMENT Full-Text John R. Bozell.

This document provides an archeological overview and assessment of Agate Fossil Beds National Monument in Sioux County, Nebraska. The study was completed under the terms of a purchase order and scope-of-work issued by the Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service in Lincoln, Nebraska. Archeological investigations began at the park in the 1960s and have continued through the present. All fee title land within the park has been examined on at least one occasion by professional...


Arizona State Law Journal, Volume 24(1) (1992)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Arizona State Law Journal.

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AzBAD: Arizona Biological Affiliation Database (2016)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Rachael Byrd. James Watson.

The Arizona Biological Affiliation Database (AzBAD) is a catalog of comparative cranial morphometric data designed to provide an additional tool for assessing cultural affiliation in compliance with state (ARS §41-844/865) or federal (NAGPRA) legislation and facilitate repatriation of human remains to descendant communities. This information is used to create comparative samples that encompass the variability inherent in ancient ancestral populations. Measurements from crania of individuals...


Aztec West Ruin: Perishables and Pottery from Various National Park Service Projects and Collections
PROJECT Uploaded by: Lori Reed

This project includes images of perishable artifacts (textiles, basketry, etc.) and pottery recovered from Aztec Ruins during the course of numerous National Park Service (NPS) projects. Some of the artifacts were donated to the NPS and may have originated at sites other than Aztec Ruins. The artifacts are part of the NPS collections and are housed at either Aztec Ruins National Monument, Hibben Center at the University of New Mexico, or Western Archeology and Conservation Center. Most of the...


Behind the Scenes--Geology of the Site: Full report on the geoarchaeological data and research objectives (1998)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Thomas W. Stafford.

Stafford presents in this document an argument for additional testing, in this case archaeological excavations of the area of the Columbia River floodplain immediately adjacent to where the remains of Kennewick Man were discovered. He and others submitted, on August 26, 1997, an application to the Walla Walla District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for an ARPA permit to authorize study of the site where the Kennewick Man skeleton was found (hereafter, the "Site"). The permit application...


Bellows Air Force Station Resources
PROJECT Uploaded by: Rachel Fernandez

Project metadata for resources within the Bellows Air Force Station cultural heritage resources collection.


Best Practices and Community Engagement for Reinternment of CA-LAn-270 (Los Altos Village) Cultural Materials on a National Registry Listed Site (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Candice Brennan. Jennifer McElhoes. Cindi Alvitre. Carl Lipo.

Within the core of NAGPRA is a spirit of collaboration and consultation between institutions, investigators and native communities. At CSULB, we have partnered with Tongva/San Gabrielino community members and university administration to reinter cultural remains from CA-LAn-270 (Los Altos Village Site), a site excavated in the 1950s. Community interests have centered on placing the re-interment place on university campus property and at a location of CA-LAn-234, a National Register listed...


A Brief and True History of SAA's Involvement with NAGPRA (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Vincas Steponaitis. Lynne Goldstein. Keith Kintigh. William Lovis.

SAA was heavily involved in NAGPRA's passage, and played a key role in shaping the compromises embodied in this law. The Society's positions with respect to the many repatriation bills considered by Congress were conditioned by SAA's "Statement Concerning the Treatment of Human Remains," a policy adopted in 1986. SAA strongly and actively supported the final bill precisely because it conformed closely, albeit not perfectly, to the principles articulated in this statement. The policy was also...


Bureau of Land Management Museum Collections: Select Status Report (1998)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James E. Barnes. Michael K. Trimble. Christopher B. Pulliam.

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Complex Journeys: The Repatriation Experience and Tribal-Museum Relations (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Susan Benton.

Tribes and museums have experienced a paradigm shift in their relationships during the twenty-five years of the NAGPRA era. The experiences of each group have been multi-faceted and complex, driven by new legal mandates and opportunities and shaped by differing viewpoints as to what must, should, and could emerge from the repatriation journey. This paper will explore some of the assumptions, experiences, and future expectations that NAGPRA has engendered in various tribal and museum...


The Consequences of Drought: Inadvertent Discoveries on Federal Land (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Elisa Ryan. Jeremy Foin.

This is an abstract from the "Beyond Collections: Federal Archaeology and "New Discoveries" under NAGPRA" session, at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Several years of unrelenting drought in California has resulted in historically-low drawdowns to the state’s reservoirs. A corollary effect has been a notable increase in the number of inadvertent discoveries along the newly-exposed shorelines, an occurrence that has clear implications for NAGPRA. In response,...


Consultation and Beyond: NAGPRA as a Gateway to Collaboration (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Adam Watson. Jim Enote. Nell Murphy.

With NAGPRA’s passage 25 years ago, many saw this federal mandate as an opportunity for museum professionals, scientists, and Native Americans to assess and change the dynamics of their relationships. Few however, likely anticipated the full range of collaborations between Native communities and institutions that emerged from NAGPRA consultations. One such example is the ongoing partnership between the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) and the A:shiwi A:wan Museum and Heritage Center in...