Working together : Native Americans and archaeologists / edited by Kurt E. Dongoske, Mark Aldenderfer, and Karen Doehner.

Washington, D.C. : Society for American Archaeology, 2000.
xvii, 237 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.


"Collective publication of articles from the Working Together column in the SAA Bulletin"--P. iii.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (p. 225-233).
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Committed to retain in perpetuity — ReCAP Shared Collection (HUL)
  • Exploring ancient worlds / Roger C. Echo-Hawk
  • From specimens to SAA speakers: evolution by federal mandate / Gary White Deer
  • A Navajo student's perception: anthropology in the archaeological study of the past / Davina TwoBears
  • NHPA: changing the role of Native Americans in the archaeological study of the past / T. J. Ferguson
  • Painting a "new" face on CRM: integrating traditional culture and archaeology / Janet Cohen and Nina Swidler
  • Hopi oral history and archaeology / T. J. Ferguson ... [et al.]
  • Native American oral traditions and archaeology / Roger Anyon ... [et al.]
  • The White Mountain Apache Tribe Heritage Program: origins, operations, and challenges / John R. Welch --
  • NAGPRA, the conflict between science and religion, and the political consequences / G. A. Clark
  • Native Americans, Western science, and NAGPRA / Joe Watkins
  • Native Americans and archaeology: a vital partnership / Robert Kelly
  • International implications of the impact of repatriation in Nevada museums / Amy Dansie
  • Repatriation's silver lining / Thomas W. Killion and Paula Molloy
  • The archaeological field school in the 1990s: collaboration in research and training / Barbara J. Mills
  • Involving the Caddo Tribe during archaeological field schools in Texas: a cross-cultural sharing / James E. Bruseth ... [et al.]
  • Collaboration at Inyan Ceyaka Atonwan (Village at the Rapids) / Janet D. Spector --
  • The integration of traditional and scientific knowledge on Leech Lake Reservation, Cass Lake, Minnesota / Rose Kluth
  • Archaeology and Alutiq cultural identity on Kodiak Island / Rick Knecht
  • Archaeology, education, and the Secwepemc / George P. Nicholas
  • Time, trust, and the measure of success: the Nevada Test Site Cultural Resources Program / Colleen Beck, M. Nieves Zedeño, and Robert Furlow
  • Working together on the border / Randall H. McGuire
  • Making history in Xaltocan / Elizabeth M. Brumfiel
  • Archaeology in the middle of political conflict in Yautepec, Mexico / Michael E. Smith
  • The new role of the ancient lovers of Sumpa / Karen E. Stothert --
  • Working together: archaeological research and community participation / Charles Stanish and Chapurukha M. Kusimba
  • Who was Arthur C. Parker, anyway? / David Hurst Thomas.
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