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Title We come for good : archaeology and tribal historic preservation at the Seminole Tribe of Florida / edited by Paul N. Backhouse, Brent R. Weisman, and Mary Beth Rosebrough.
Imprint Gainesville : University Press of Florida, 2017.

Subject Seminole Indians -- Florida -- History.
Indians of North America -- Florida -- History.
Seminole Tribe of Florida -- History.
Historic preservation -- Florida.
Alt Name Backhouse, Paul N. (Paul Nathan),
Weisman, Brent Richards, 1952-
Rosebrough, Mary Beth,
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents "When is enough, enough?": Willie Johns on Seminole history and the Tribal Historic Preservation Office, the Creek perspective / Willie Johns and Stephen Bridenstine -- "Bending and not breaking": Seminole history and the Tribal Historic Preservation Office, the Miccosukee perspective / Marty Bowers and Stephen Bridenstine -- Building capacity in a tin can: a short history of the Seminole Tribe of Florida Tribal Historic Preservation Office / Paul N. Backhouse -- "We're just small little circles inside one big huge circle": tribal governance, sovereignty, and the Tribal Historic Preservation Office / Danny Tommie and Stephen Bridenstine -- On-reservation projects and the Tribal Historic Preservation Office's role within tribal government / Anne Mullins -- Tribal archaeology: changing perceptions of archaeology within the Seminole Tribe of Florida / Eric Griffis, Jeffrey W. Sepanski, and Jack Chalfant -- "It's every day and it's a lifestyle": Seminole culture and the Tribal Historic Preservation Office / Mary Jene Koenes -- Camp life: recording historic camps as heritage / Matthew Fenno, Karen Brunso, and Jessica Freeman -- Everything you know is wrong! Community archaeology at Fort Shackelford / Annette L. Snapp -- Tarakkvlkv (land of palms): bridging the gap between archaeology and tribal perspectives / Maureen Mahoney -- Archaeometry: where GIS meets the people / Juan J. Cancel and Paul N. Backhouse -- Let's celebrate! The red barn as community heritage / Carrie Dilley and Lewis Gopher -- Bringing the ancestors home / Domonique DeBeaubien and Kate Macuen -- Consultation and compliance: then and now / Bradley M. Mueller -- Preservation of culture in connection with the largest environmental restoration project ever: lessons learned / James Charles and Paul N. Backhouse -- The significance of people and preservation: tribal archaeology, traditional cultural properties, and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act / Timothy A. Parsons -- "What may look like nothing to you, is everything to someone else": growing up Seminole and the future of tribal historic preservation / Quenton Cypress and Stephen Bridenstine -- The promise and potential of Seminole Tribal historic preservation and archaeology / Brent R. Weisman.
Summary This volume offers guidance on how traditional scholars can and should integrate the work of Tribal Historic Preservation Offices (THPOs) into archaeological research by focusing on the work of the Seminole THPO.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780813052649 (electronic bk.)
0813052645 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 971493676
Additional Format Print version: We come for good. Gainesville : University Press of Florida, 2017 9780813062280 (DLC) 2016043298 (OCoLC)959803718

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