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CRM notes 3/11

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CRM notes 3/11 ANTH 2833

Autumn Stewart
Arkansas Tech University

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Date Created: 03/13/16
CRM notes week 3/11 Section 7 Civil Penalties -often larger than criminal ones, and don't have to show criminal intent -calculated based on archaeological or commercial value of resources involved Damage Assessment -current approach: estimate what a professional excavation, anaylysis, and storage of artifacts would cost Other Provisions -rewards for information leading to convictions -feds can confiscate all equipment involved in ARPA violations, including vehicles (ARPA= arcahaeological resource protection act) -Gov't allowed to keep location of archaeological sites secret -1988 amendment directs federal agencies to inventory public lands and establish public education programs Practical and Ethical Issues -law enforcement officials needed -report, don't approach -don't screw up crime scene -some attorneys don't want to prosecute American Indian Facts and Figures American Indians today... -population of 2.5 million in U.S. -566 federally recognized tribes -310 reservations (278 administered as federal indian reservations) -land holdings vary widely -56 million acres total in BIA reservation and trust lands 1 -Navajo have about 15 million acres, Quapaw have 10(not 10 million just 10) U.S Policy towards Indians -Constitution: Article 1, section 8, clause 3 -tribal sovereignty -dealing with tribes is federal responsibility -for CRM this means consultation is a government to government process 19th Century Policies -removal -treaties and reservation system (1853-1871) -treaties: legal documents that recognize -trust relationship -tribal governments -reserved rights -canon of construction Policy Today -self-determination era (1961-present) -tribes encouraged to take over functions of BIA on reservations -key principles -tribes possess power of self-government and are dependent foreign nations, but members are U.S. citizens -lots of different forms of tribal government -no standard answer for an issue will fit all tribes -tribal conservation necessary! 2


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