KeywordsIndians of North America -- Religion
Indian philosophy -- North America
Indians of North America -- Social conditions
Sacred space -- North America
Indigenous peoples -- Ecology -- North America
Cultural property -- Protection -- North America
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Abstract"An overview of efforts by Native Americans to regain cultural and genetic patrimony and the conditions needed for traditional spiritual practices, including tribal histories, analysis of changes to nutrition, economy, and physical environment, and actions taken toward pollution abatement, dam removal, land and cultural reclamation, and alternative energy production"--Provided by publisher. - Introduction -- Is it sacred enough? -- Sacred lands and sacred places -- God, squirrels, and the universe : the Mount Graham International Observatory and the University of Arizona -- Salt, water, blood, and coal : mining in the southwest -- Klamath land and life -- Ancestors, images, and their lives -- Imperial anthropology : the ethics of collecting -- Quilled cradle board covers, cultural patrimony, and Wounded Knee -- The Human Genome Diversity Project : vampires in the new world -- Masks in the new millennium -- Seeds and medicine -- Sisters : recovery of traditional agriculture at Cayuga, Mohawk, and Oneida communities -- Wild rice : maps, genes, and patents -- Food as medicine : the recovery of traditional foods to heal the people -- Relatives -- Return of the horse nation -- River connectivity : recovering our ecosystems, recovering ourselves -- Recovering power by averting climate change.
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