- Title Pages
- 1 “When Is Enough, Enough?”
- 2 “Bending and Not Breaking”
- 3 Building Capacity in a Tin Can
- 4 “We’re Just Small Little Circles Inside One Big Huge Circle”
- 5 On-Reservation Projects and the Tribal Historic Preservation Office’s Role within Tribal Government
- 6 Tribal Archaeology
- 7 “It’s Every Day and It’s a Lifestyle”
- 8 Camp Life
- 9 Everything You Know Is Wrong!
- 10 <i>Tarakkvlkv</i> (Land of Palms)
- 11 Archaeometry
- 12 Let’s Celebrate!
- 13 Bringing the Ancestors Home
- 14 Consultation and Compliance
- 15 Preservation of Culture in Connection with the Largest Environmental Restoration Project Ever
- 16 The Significance of People and Preservation
- 17 “What May Look Like Nothing to You, Is Everything to Someone Else”
- 18 The Promise and Potential of Seminole Tribal Historic Preservation and Archaeology
- Appendix Cultural Resource Ordinance
- We Come for Good
- Paul N. Backhouse, Brent R. Weisman, Mary Beth Rosebrough
- University Press of Florida
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