675FW: SWA's " Got CALICHE? " Newsletter, Monday July 31, 2000
- Aug 1, 2000
FW: SWA's " Got CALICHE? " Newsletter, Monday July 31, 2000
From: Anita Cohen-Williams [mailto:sdpresidio@...]
Sent: Tuesday, August 01, 2000 3:16 AM
Subject: SWA's " Got CALICHE? " Newsletter, Monday July 31, 2000
>Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2000 07:43:52 -0700
>Subject: SWA's " Got CALICHE? " Newsletter, Monday July 31, 2000
>Southwestern Archaeology, Inc. (SWA)
>"Got CALICHE?" Newsletter
>Monday July 31, 2000
>http://www.azstarnet.com/public/dnews/000731FOX.html The Fox Tucson Theatre
>Foundation begins its restoration of a 71-year-old downtown theater, funded
>by the Mayor's Office and the Southwestern Foundation for Education and
>From: GROUP PRESS 202-260-4355 [SMTP:PRESS@...] The Federal
>Interagency Working Group on Environmental Justice is holding a two-day
>meeting on Aug. 3-4 to address environmental justice issues relating to
>Native American and Alaska Native Tribes. The meeting will provide a
>national forum to discuss issues including: responsibilities of the federal
>government, and the states; and tribal governments and implications of
>environmental justice for industrial development. Participants in the
>workshop will include representatives from tribal governments, tribal
>community-based organizations, inter-tribal organizations, federal and
>state government organizations and industry representatives. Federal
>agencies supporting the workshop are: EPA, the Department of Energy, the
>Department of Interior, the Department of Health and Human Services, the
>Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Department of Defense and
>the Department of Agriculture. The meeting will be at the Southwestern
>Indian Polytechnic Institute, 9169 Coors Rd. N.W., Albuquerque, N.M., from
>9 a.m. to 5 p.m. To obtain more information and to register, contact
>Derrick Watchman at 202-586-0211 or Jessica Alcorn at 202-586-0798.
>http://insidedenver.com:80/news/0731trib7.shtml Indian firefighters rebury
>bones and pottery shards unearthed by the fire in knowing disregard of the
>Native American Grave Repatriation Act, with its bureaucratic procedures
>for claiming and reinterring remains. They reburied bones, and didn't tell
>http://insidedenver.com:80/news/0731home6.shtml A historic farm homestead
>will remind of the agrarian past. The farmhouse, barns, garages, silos and
>corrals were built between 1881 and 1909 and have undergone little
>alteration since. The center will be designed to showcase a farm between
>1900 and 1935.
>Anthropologists have a long tradition of using films to document
>cultures, but as technology has made the equipment affordable and the
>images easy to edit, filmmaking is becoming a more common component of
>anthropological study. The challenges anthropologists always face in the
>field: the difficulty of gaining access, building trust and getting people
>to act naturally when they know they are being observed.
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>Archaeology, Anthropology, and History of the Greater Southwest.
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>Editor: Brian W. Kenny <swa@...>
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