MAMA Wednesday Webinar: Native American Graves and Repatriation Act: NAGPRA Basics - Shared screen with speaker view
Hi! Out of stater here :) Candice Cravins from the University of South Alabama Archaeology Museum. Thank you for offering this online learning opportunity!
Heather Rudy from Museum of Osteopathic Medicine
Patrick Dare, Travel and Transport Vacations IC
Patrick Dare, Trustee of St. Joseph Museums Inc.
Hello! I'm a student in the Museums, Heritage, and Public History program at UMSL (University of Missouri - St. Louis for those who might now know)
Sydney Pursel-Columbia, MO, Iowa Tribe of KS&NE
Lily Santoro, Southeast Missouri State University Historic Preservation program
Hello from Drury University, F. W. Olin Library
Does a tribe have to provide some sort of proof when claiming an item/items from a museum collection?
How would you handle a situation where two tribes might be claiming the same object?
Do you have any tips for making contact with tribes or identifying who to contact?
What is the best, most respectful, and safest way to package and transfer remains, especially across state lines?
Hello, I am a Board of Trustee member of Freedom's Frontier National Heritage Area and an Architect with offices in Lawrence, KS and Kansas City, Missouri. As part of my professional experience and services I am a certified cultural resource accessor with years of experience with CAP Grant Program through IMLS.
Candy- could you talk about NAGPRA grant opportunities to help with consulting and etc. costs?
Would you say dealing with NAGPRA in a museum is a full time position? If not, how much of your time is spent on NAGPRA duties?
Do you have observations on how the NAGPRA process has changed in the last 30 years?
Thank you so much. I learned some new things for certain!
Great information! Thank you!
Thank you Candace!
Thank you Candace