Respect the Land You Stand Upon (ASW 34-2/3) (PDF)

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Inside this issue:

Respect the Land You Stand Upon, Lyle Balenquah
The Bureau of Indian Affairs–Archaeology Southwest ARPA Assistance Initiative, Stacy L. Ryan
Stopping Archaeological Vandalism in Utah, Elizabeth Hora
Looting and Mimbres, Christopher A. Turnbow
Historical Perspective on Enforcing the Archaeological Resources Protection Act and the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, John Fryar
Spotlight: Archaeological Resources Protection Act 101, Shannon Cowell
Archaeological Investigation and Crime Scene Investigation, Martin E. McAllister
When an Archaeological Site Becomes a Crime Scene, D. J. “Dusty” Whiting
Spotlight: Assessing Damage, Stacy L. Ryan and Shannon Cowell
New Paths to a Successful ARPA Prosecution, Randy Ream
Spotlight: Fort Apache Dirtscapes, John R. Welch, Fred Nials, and D. J. “Dusty” Whiting
What Does a Crime Against History Look Like? Stacy L. Ryan, Shannon Cowell, and John R. Welch
In Search of Data, Shannon Cowell
Everything Is a Sacred, Living Entity: An Apache Perspective on Archaeological Resource Crime, Ramon Riley and John R. Welch
Safeguarding Ancestral Footprints: A Hopi Perspective on Archaeological Resource Crime, Stewart B. Koyiyumptewa
Our Way of Life Is Forever Disrupted: A Hopi Perspective on Archaeological Resource Crime, Benjamin H. Nuvamsa and John R. Welch
The Gold Is in the People: A Zuni Perspective on Archaeological Resource Crime, Kenny Bowekaty
Looting dóó Vandalism éí dóódá! A Navajo Perspective on Archaeological Resource Crime, Richard M. Begay
Remnants of a Lifeway, Sources of Strength: A Ute Perspective on Archaeological Resource Crime, Betsy Chapoose
Petroglyph Conservation and Preservation in the Gila River Indian Community, Teresa Rodrigues, Chris Loendorf, and M. Kyle Woodson
Protecting Cultural Heritage, Stacy L. Ryan
Back Sight, William H. Doelle