Process of museums and federal agencies to return

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Process of museums and federal agencies to return some certain native American culture like human remains, ceremony remains, and things that are important to culture to lineal descendants and native Hawaiian groups. -cultural resource management and heritage management-these are also legal requirements that when new construction is utilizing federal funds or when you have renovation it has be an environmental protection and evaluated before any excavation and then clearance for archaeology. -private properties-that is still you can decide except you cannot disturb native American properties. -society for archeological 1934-7000 archaeologists talk about archaeology. -UNISCO=world cultural sites. More heritage sites in US than cultural. -some of these casino funds went to native American heritage stuff -now native American are buying commercial times to talk about these heritage stuff. These commercial sites are expensive as well.
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-Peakwalk Museum (?)-first native American museum created. Done as an expression of native American culture from native American perspectives 3) WHO’S LAND IS THIS? AND WHO GOT BROUGHT HERE AGAINST THEIR WILL? -how Africans got transported here and all over the Atlantic region -as people came, they died, and got buried -lower manhattan-when these folks were buried, manhattan had some farms. Negroes burial grounds. But as people build buildings, they forgot about this. It became a huge subject to the African American population to recapture some history. -1992-there was a lot of political activity on the burial . bring these to howard university to preserve. archaeology had impact on contemporary times and not just old stuff! -2003-reburials ceremony after bodies were examined. -that place will never be built on because of archaeology. It is on the most expensive land in the world now because it is in manhattan as well. it is awesome to see how archaeology can have this much of an impact.
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  • Fall '08
  • SCHACHNER
  • Native Americans in the United States, Indigenous peoples of the Americas, Hopewell, north american archaeology

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