Tribal-Agency Confidentiality: A Catch-22 for Sacred Site Management?
- Uncle Sam's Secrets. Shoop, Tom // Government Executive;Apr2007, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p66
The article presents the author's views on the reluctance of the U.S. federal agencies to disclose information to the public. The news service ScrippsNews reported in March, 2007 that agencies are denying requests for information on the grounds that no records could be found. It also found that...
- Coronado wants feedback on land use plan. // Inside Tucson Business;1/3/2014, Vol. 23 Issue 29, p2
The article reports that the Coronado National Forest is seeking public comments for its proposed land management plan and a programmatic Draft Environmental Impact Statement to replace the existing management plan on land use for the National Forest System.
- Honoring Native Americans. // Scholastic News -- Edition 4;11/8/2002, Vol. 65 Issue 8, p3
Presents information on Native American tribes in the U.S. as of November 2002. Approximate number of tribes; Information on the Cherokee tribe.
- Super Stats. // Weekly Reader News - Edition 4;11/10/2006, Vol. 88 Issue 10, p8
A quiz on a graph showing the five largest tribal groupings in the United States is presented.
- Honoring Native Americans. // Scholastic News -- Senior Edition;11/8/2002, Vol. 71 Issue 8, p3
Presents information on the Native American tribes in the U.S.
- Study the Table. // Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;11/5/2004, Vol. 74 Issue 9, p4
Presents a quiz about Native American tribes.
- TRIBAL AUTHORITY TO ZONE NONMEMBER FEE LAND USING THE FIRST MONTANA EXCEPTION: A GAME OF CHECKERS TRIBES CAN WIN. APPLEGATE, ALEXIS E. // Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review;2013, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p159
The modern Congress and executive branch generally recognize that American Indian tribes retain their inherent sovereign authority over people and property within Indian Country unless Congress previously acted to limit that authority. The Supreme Court, however, has incrementally departed from...
- The writing on the wall. Yurth, Cindy // Navajo Times;9/30/2010, Vol. 49 Issue 39, pA.7
The article reports on the preservation of the sacred site Tutuveni in Moenave, Arizona by by the Navajos and Hopis.
- Sacred sites need protection, preservation, panel told. Zah, Erny // Navajo Times;7/29/2010, Vol. 49 Issue 30, pA1
The article reports on the controversy regarding the conservation and preservation of the sacred places in Navajo, Arizona, which raises concerns from the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission.