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LIST OF FISCAL YEAR 1993 GRANTS TO INDIAN TRIBES AND ALASKA
NATIVES

graphics/bullet.gif (930 bytes)ALASKA
graphics/bullet.gif (930 bytes)ARIZONA
graphics/bullet.gif (930 bytes)MONTANA
graphics/bullet.gif (930 bytes)NEVADA
graphics/bullet.gif (930 bytes)NEW MEXICO
graphics/bullet.gif (930 bytes)NEW YORK
graphics/bullet.gif (930 bytes)NORTH CAROLINA
graphics/bullet.gif (930 bytes)NORTH DAKOTA
graphics/bullet.gif (930 bytes)OKLAHOMA
graphics/bullet.gif (930 bytes)OREGON
graphics/bullet.gif (930 bytes)SOUTH DAKOTA
graphics/bullet.gif (930 bytes)WASHINGTON
graphics/bullet.gif (930 bytes)WYOMING
graphics/bullet.gif (930 bytes)NATIONAL

LIST OF FISCAL YEAR 1993 HISTORIC PRESERVATION
FUND GRANTS TO INDIAN TRIBES AND ALASKA NATIVES
Tribe [State] Amount
Apache Tribe of Oklahoma [OK]
Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes [MT]
Blackfeet Tribe [MT]
Burns Paiute Tribe [OR]
Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma [OK]
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes [MT]
Confederated Tribes of the Colville Indian
Reservation [WA]
Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians of
Oregon [OR]
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian
Reservation [OR]
Dinyee Corporation [AK]
Elwha S'Klallam Tribe [WA]
The Hopi Tribe [AZ]
Hualapai Tribe [AZ]
Jemez Pueblo [NM]
Kawerak Incorporated [AK]
Keepers of the Treasures [USA]
Kenaitze Indian Tribe IRA [AK]
Ketchikan Indian Corporation [AK]
Kijik Corporation [AK]
Laguna Pueblo [NM]
Makah Tribe [WA]
Mentasta Lake Village Traditional Council [AK]
Museum of the Cherokee Indian [NC]
Native Village of Diomede IRA Council [AK]
Native Village of Gambell [AK]
Nisqually Indian Tribe [WA]
Northern Cheyenne Cultural Commission [MT]
Oneida Indian Nation of New York [NY]
Orutsaramuit Native Council [AK]
Quileute Tribe [WA]
Rosebud Sioux Tribe [SD]
Sac and Fox Nation of Oklahoma [OK]
San Ignacio Yaqui Council - Yaqui Pasqua [AZ]
Shoshone Business Council [WY]
Shoshone Tribe [WY]
Spokane Tribe [WA]
Suquamish Tribe [WA]
Tozitna Limited [AK]
The Tulalip Tribes [WA]
Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians [ND]
Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California [NV]
Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California [NV]
Wyandotte Tribe of Oklahoma [OK]
Zuni Pueblo [NM]

TOTAL
25,000
30,000
45,000
48,000
35,000
5,300

50,000

30,000

31,000
30,000
37,500
30,000
50,000
31,000
35,000
75,000
23,000
18,500
33,700
50,000
26,000
30,000
30,000
38,000
39,000
33,700
12,700
23,000
50,000
44,700
50,000
8,500
50,000
22,000
5,400
15,000
40,000
7,500
46,000
22,500
30,000
7,000
33,000
35,000

1,412,000
FISCAL YEAR 1993 HISTORIC PRESERVATION FUND GRANTS TO
INDIAN TRIBES AND ALASKA NATIVES
ALASKA
Tribe:
Title:
Amount:
Description:
Dinyee Corporation
Stevens Village Photo Archives Project

$ 30,000
Duplicate, catalog, and create a computerized database to manage a large collection of cultural historical photographs of Stevens Village.
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Title:
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Native Village of Diomede IRA Council
Diomede Elders and Youth Traditional Building Project
$ 38,000
Document the only extant traditional house (kugri) in the village of Diomede and construct a new kugri. Diomede elders will teach village youths traditional construction techniques, lifeways, and values.
Tribe:
Title:
Amount:
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Native Village of Gambell
Gambell Aqelqaghniiq Projec
t
$ 39,000
Re-introduce "Aqelqaghniiq", the summer cultural celebration of the Siberian Yup'ik of St. Lawrence Island and the Siberian villages in the Chukotka Peninsula, for the first time since 1948 when the U.S.-Russian border was closed.
Tribe:
Title:
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Kawerak Incorporated
Kawerak Heritage Program
$ 35,000
Duplicate, catalog, assess the condition of, and develop a database to manage a large collection of historic photographs and slides.
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Kenaitze Indian Tribe IRA
Kenaitze Interpretive Program
$ 23,000
Develop and conduct a series of five lectures on Kenaitze cultural traditions for non-Athabascans in the Cook Inlet Basin.
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Ketchikan Indian Corporation
Haida Cultural/Language Emersion Camp
$ 18,500
Conduct a cultural language immersion class in the Haida language in which students learn cultural skills like cedar bark basketry, and collecting and preparing traditional Haida foods.
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Kijik Corporation
Kijik Corporation Historical Preservation Plan

$ 33,700
Assess the condition of the Kijik Archeological District, an ancestral village and cemetery owned by the Kijik Corporation, located within the Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, and develop a preservation plan to protect it.
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Mentasta Lake Village Traditional Council
Mentasta Lake Village Summer Youth Camp
$ 30,000
Rebuild the Mentasta Lake Village, abandoned in the 1950s, for use as a summer cultural camp for village youth to learn traditional cultural skills and reinforce traditional values.
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Orutsaramuit Native Council
Yup'ik Cultural Center Museum Program Development Project
$ 50,000
Develop and implement a program to manage and care for a large collection of Yup'ik materials to be housed in the Yup'ik Cultural center.
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Tozitna Limited
Kantishna Tanana Oral History Project
$ 7,500
Translate and transcribe the audio-recordings of Abbie Joseph, one of the last speakers of Bearpaw-Michumina, a dialect spoken by a band of Athabaskans who lived in what is now Denali National Park and Preserve. Linguistic and oral historical information from the recordings will be used in native culture classes.
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ARIZONA
Tribe:
Title:
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The Hopi Tribe
Hopi Cultural Preservation Ordinance
$ 30,000
Develop a tribal historic preservation ordinance in consultation with tribal officials, tribal elders representing traditional Hopi societies, the State Historic Preservation Officer, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the National Park Service.
Tribe:
Title:
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Hualapai Tribe
Hualapai Ethnographic Survey
$ 50,000
Survey and document the traditional uses and oral history of three areas within the Hualapai Reservation by the Cultural Resources Division of the Wildlife Management Department of the Hualapai tribe. Information from this project will guide tribal officials in planning development of these areas while protecting significant traditional cultural properties.
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Title:
Amount:
Description:
San Ignacio Yaqui Council - Yaqui Pasqua
Yoeme Ethnobotany Project
$ 50,000
Document traditional Yoeme uses of plants, prepare and print a comprehensive ethnobotanical study, and use information gathered from the project to develop teaching materials for local schools.
MONTANA
Tribe:

Title:
Amount:
Description:
Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation
Fort Peck Tribal Cultural Preservation and Development Program
$ 30,000
Establish a tribal preservation program, assess tribal preservation needs, and train tribal members in survey and interviewing techniques.
Tribe:
Title:
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Description:
Blackfeet Tribe
Blackfeet Reservation: Archeological Inventory 1993
$ 45,000
Survey and inventory archeological sites and traditional cultural properties in the Blackfeet Reservation and adjacent lands. Information from the project will be entered into the tribal Geographic Information System (GIS) and used by tribal planners and other officials.
Tribe:
Title:
Amount:
Description
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Nation
Kootenai Cultural Committee Jump-Cut Editing
$ 5,300
Copy and edit a collection of videotapes concerning cultural events and cultural sites of the Kootenai people.
Tribe:
Title:
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Description
Northern Cheyenne Cultural Commission
Locate Burial Site of Northern Cheyenne Slain at Fort Robinson
$ 12,700
Conduct historical research to locate the burial site of the Northern Cheyenne slain at Fort Robinson.
NEVADA
Tribe:
Title:
Amount:
Description:
Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California
Washoe Cultural Resource Preservation Planning Demonstration
$ 30,000
Develop a model planning and project review process, a cultural protection ordinance, and establish a tribal cultural resources inventory and mapping system. This is a cooperative project of the Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California and the county government of Alpine County, California.
Tribe:
Title:
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Description:
Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California
Washoe Cultural Activity Kits
$ 7,000
Using information provided by Washoe elders the tribe will prepare teaching materials for the Native American cultural history component required by the California and Nevada State departments of education as part of the fourth grade social studies curricula. This is a collaborative effort of the Washoe tribe and the local school districts in Nevada and California.
NEW MEXICO
Tribe:
Title:
Amount:
Description:
Jemez Pueblo
Jemez Pueblo Quasho Preservation Program
$ 31,000
Document traditional cultural properties and museum collections of Jemez artifacts through a multi-media recording system to be used in the tribal cultural program.
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Title:
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Laguna Pueblo
Laguna Pueblo Language Retention Project
$ 50,000
Establish a language program for Laguna Pueblo and produce video-cassettes in the Keres language using the Total Physical Response Method.
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Title:

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Description:
Zuni Pueblo
Past Solutions to Present Problems at Zuni Pueblo: An Eco-Museum Approach to Heritage Preservation
$ 35,000
Prepare and display four exhibits on traditional Zuni agriculture, nutrition, family and clan structure, and cultural resources management. This project supports the tribal effort to create a community based eco-museum at Zuni.
NEW YORK
Tribe:
Title:

Amount:
Description:
Oneida Indian Nation of New York
Re-Establishing the Oneida Indian Language at the Oneida Nation Homeland
$ 23,000
Prepare an Oneida language curriculum for the language program at the Oneida Nation Cultural Center and train Oneida teachers in its use. Project products include a printed curriculum manual and audio and video recordings.
NORTH CAROLINA
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Title:

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Museum of the Cherokee Indian
Eastern Band of Cherokee Archeological Evaluation and Planning Project
$ 30,000
Evaluate five historic properties on the Cherokee Reservation to determine if they are eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. Information from the project will be used by the tribal planning office to protect unmarked human burials and by the Museum of the Cherokee to educate the public about Cherokee history and culture.
NORTH DAKOTA
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Title:

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Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians
Turtle Mountain Chippewas: The Anishinaubag "Living History" Woodland Village and Nature Trail
$ 22,500
Develop a nature trail interpreting traditional Chippewa uses of native plants, build a cedar bark longhouse and a birchbark canoe for the tribal cultural center.
OKLAHOMA
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Title:
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Apache Tribe of Oklahoma
Apache Tribe Language Preservation
$ 25,000
Develop a basic orthography, brief dictionary and skeletal grammar of the Oklahoma Apache language.
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Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma
Documenting the Traditional Caddo Turkey Dance
$ 35,000
Document the Caddo Turkey Dance on videotape, with explanatory narratives by Caddo elders, prepare printed transcripts of the Turkey Dance songs, and instructions for making the traditional dress worn by Caddo women while performing the dance.
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Sac and Fox Nation of Oklahoma
Index and Finding Aid of Sac and Fox Oral History Project
$ 8,500
Prepare and print a subject index and finding aid for the oral history collection in the Sac and Fox national public library.
Tribe:
Title:

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Description:
Wyandotte Tribe of Oklahoma
Wyandotte Survey of Tribal Artifacts Held in Private Collections and Museums
$ 33,000
Survey, document, and assess the condition of tribal objects and documents owned by individuals or museums. Information from this project will used by tribal officials to determine the feasibility of including a tribal museum in a new tribal center.
OREGON
Tribe:
Title:
Amount:
Description:
Burns Paiute Tribe
Burns Paiute Tribe Historic Preservation Plan
$ 48,000
Fund a tribal archeologist responsible for drafting a tribal preservation plan, tribal project review process, and tribal project review guidelines.
Tribe:
Title:
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Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians of Oregon
Siletz Historic Preservation Project
$ 30,000
Support training for Siletz tribal members in cultural resource management techniques used by other tribes in the region which have developed tribal preservation programs.
Tribe:
Title:
Amount:
Description:
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation
Umatilla Historic Photo-duplication Project
$ 31,000
Duplicate, catalog, and curate historical photographs of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and develop a management system for its access and use.
SOUTH DAKOTA
Tribe:
Title:
Amount:
Description:
Rosebud Sioux Tribe - Sinte Gleska University
Lakota Archive and Historical Research Center
$ 50,000
Identify and document the history and traditions associated with significant sites within the boundaries of the 1889 Sicangu Reservation.
WASHINGTON
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Title:
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Elwha S'Klallam Tribe
Elwha S'Klallam Language Project
$ 37,500
Interview and transcribe the oral history and oral literature of the two remaining fluent speakers of the Klallam language. This expands upon a project supported by a 1992 Historic Preservation Fund grant.
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Title:
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Confederated Tribes of the Colville Indian Reservation
Colville Confederated Tribes Language Preservation Project
$ 50,000
Document the dialects of Colville-Okanagan Salish spoken on the Colville Reservation, provide linguistic training to fluent speakers to enable them to teach Okanangan-Salish, and establish a format for documenting the two other major dialects spoken on the Colville Reservation.
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Makah Cultural and Research Center - Makah Tribe
Makah Forest Utilization Study
$ 26,000
Survey, document and create a typology of traditional use sites in areas on the Makah Reservation with unharvested timber. Information from this project will be used by tribal officials to protect such sites.
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Title:
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Nisqually Indian Tribe
Nisqually Archival Development Project
$ 33,700
Develop a manual for the Archives Center of the Nisqually Indian Tribe detailing procedures for accepting, processing, accessing, cataloging, storing and protecting historic materials and documents; train tribal members in those procedures.
Tribe:
Title:
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Quileute Tribe
Quileute Photographic Exhibit "Living in Balance"
$ 44,700
Prepare and display an exhibit of photographs highlighting the need for protecting the natural resources necessary to maintain Quileute cultural traditions.
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Title:
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Spokane Tribe
Spokane Tribal Language Retention Project
$ 15,000
Conduct conversational language classes in the Spokane language using the Total Physical Response method.
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Title:
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Suquamish Tribe
Suquamish: "People of the Longhouse" Workbook Series
$ 40,000
Prepare a series of workbooks and teacher guides for K-6 levels describing Suquamish history and culture for use in local schools; conduct teacher training workshops.
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Title:
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The Tulalip Tribes
Tulalip Language Curriculum Development
$ 46,000
Develop curricula for kindergarten, first and fourth grade students in the Snohomish language spoken by the Tulalip tribe. This project builds upon a 1992 grant to the Tulalip to develop language curricula for third grade students.
WYOMING
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Title:
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Shoshone Tribe - Shoshone Tribal Cultural Center
Shoshone Cultural Resource Training Project
$ 5,400
Support travel and tuition for tribal members to take classes in museum studies and cultural resource management at the local community college and to participate in specially tailored workshops in artifact conservation.
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Shoshone Business Council
Preservation of the Eastern Shoshone Language
$ 22,000
Prepare a basic grammar of the Eastern Shoshone language for use in tribal language classes.
NATIONAL
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Title:

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Keepers of the Treasures--Cultural Council of American Indian, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians, Inc.
Keepers of the Treasures--Cultural Council of American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians
$ 75,000
Support the activities of the Keepers of the Treasures--Cultural Council of American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians, a new national tribal organization formed to protect the historic properties and cultural traditions of American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians.


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