Native Americans and Archaeologists : Stepping Stones to Common Ground / edited by Nina Swidler, Kurt Dongoske, Roger Anyon, and Alan Downer


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Frontispiece
Dedication
Foreword: Living Human Values, by William V. Tallbull and Sherri Deaver
Preface
Introduction
Acknowledgments
Biographical Sketches 

 SECTION I: HISTORICAL OVERVIEW
Archaeologists Native American Relations, by Alan S. Downer

 SECTION II: CHANGING THE PARADIGMS 
Return of the Sacred: Spirituality and the Scientific Imperative, by Gary White Deer
The Reburial Issue, Syncretism, and Remythologizing the Relationship between Indians and Archaeologists, by Larry J. Zimmerman
Who Owns the Past? by G. Peter Jemison 
Native Americans and Archaeology: An Indigenous Rights Perspective, by Rebecca Tsosie
Native American Oral Tradition and Archaeology: Issues of Structure, Relevance, and Respect, by Roger Anyon, T. J. Ferguson, Loretta Jackson, Lillie Lane, and Philip Vicenti
Forging a New Ancient History for Native America, by Roger Echo-Hawk  
               
SECTION III: THE INTEGRATION OF TRADITION AND SCIENCE
Straddling the Current: A View from the Bridge over Clear Salt Water, by Leonard A. Forsman
The Integration of Tradition and Scientific Knowledge on the Leech Lake Reservation, by Rose Kluth and Kathy Munnell
In Front of the Mirror:  Native Americans and Academic Archaeology, by Dorothy Lippert
How Traditional Navajos View the Navajo Nation Historic Preservation Department:
A Question of Interpretation, by Rena Martin
Haulapai Traditional Lifeways, Religious Thought, and the Role of Cultural Resources Management, by Loretta Jackson and Robert H. Stevens
The Development and Future of Sierran Archaeology:  A Me-Wuk Perspective, by Reba Fuller

SECTION IV: RELEVANCE OF ARCHAEOLOGY TO TRIBES
Straight Talk and Trust, by Cecile Elkins Carter
The Role of Archaeology in the Seminole Tribe of Florida, by Billy L. Cypress
The Role and Relevance of Archaeologists and Archaeology on Indian Lands:  The Navajo Nation Example, by Richard M. Begay
Protecting Cultural Resources on the Umatilla Indian Reservation, by Jeffrey Van Pelt, Michael S. Burney, and Tom Bailor
Changing Native American Perceptions of Archaeology and Archaeologists, by John C. Ravesloot

SECTION V: A LOOK AT CONSULTATION
Aspects of Consultation for the Sierran Me-Wuk of Central California, by Reba Fuller
Federal Archaeology:  Tribes, Diatribes, and Tribulations, by Kurt E. Dongoske and Roger Anyon
Issues in Intertribal Consultation, by Nina Swidler and Janet Cohen
Regulatory Compliance, Historic Preservation, Native American Rights, and Political Correctness: Resource Management as a Cooperative Venture, by Robert L. Brooks
The Seeds of Common Ground: Experimentations in Indian Consultation, by David G. Rice
A Personal Perspective on Tribal Consultation in the National Park Service, by Alexa Roberts

SECTION VI: COMMENTARY
Native Americans and Archaeologists: Commentary and Personal Perspectives, by T. J. Ferguson, Joe Watkins, and Gordon L. Pullar
References Cited
Index