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National NAGPRA Documents and Publications

Maps
National NAGPRA Reports
National NAGPRA Brochures
Forms and Templates
Reports Requested by the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Review Committee

Other Items

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Maps
Maps showing the location of Indian reservations, Indian land claims, and military bases are available to provide information that can be used during consultation. The National NAGPRA program does not have printed versions of these maps available for distribution. However, PDF versions can be downloaded and taken to your local printing or copy center.

Indian Reservations shows the location of Federal Indian Reservations in the continental United States, and is based on information compiled by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

The Schedule of Indian Land Cessions and 67 maps was compiled by Charles C. Royce.

Judicially Established Indian Lands is based on information provided by the Indian Claims Commission. The Indian Claim's Commission was established by Congress in 1946 to settle land claim disputes between Indians and the U.S. Government.

Military Installations, Ranges, and Training Areas contains geographic information for major installations, ranges, and training areas in the United States and its territories. The dataset serves as a consultation resource for helping to identify collections from DOD lands.

National Atlas maps show the Federal Lands and Indian Reservations overlaid on top of State boundaries, selected streams and waterbodies, and major cities for easy reference. In addition, there is a map showing Federal Lands and Indian Reservations for the entire United States.

The Tribal Directory Assessment Tool (TDAT) Version 2.0 is a web-accessible database that contains information about federally recognized Indian tribes and their geographic areas of current and ancestral interest. TDAD links tribes' areas of interest down to the county level. It lists names and contact information for tribal leaders and Tribal Historic Preservation Officers (THPOs). Users can query the database by street address, county, state, and tribe. Information generated from TDAT can be exported in spreadsheet format for use in other programs.

Map of Alaska Boroughs and Census Areas is based on information compiled by the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Research and Analysis Section. Alaska is divided into 19 organized boroughs and 1 unorganized borough. The U.S. Census Bureau, in cooperation with the state of Alaska, divides the unorganized borough into 10 census areas. Boroughs and census areas are both treated as county-level equivalents by the Census Bureau. The NACD, for the purpose of a search tool, treats boroughs or census areas as a county in the search field.


National NAGPRA Reports
These are the official reports of National NAGPRA program activities. The reports summarize a variety of information, including the program expenditures, notice publication statistics, grant information, status of draft regulations, and status of disputes. Additional reports are posted as they become available.

FY14 Final Report (Jan 2015)
FY13 Final Report
FY13 Midyear Report (May 2013)
FY12 Final Report
FY12 Midyear Report (May 2012)
FY11 Final Report (October 2011)
FY11 Midyear Report (June 2011)
FY10 Final Report (October 2010)
FY09 Final Report (October 2009)

FY09 Midyear Report (May 2009)

FY08 Final Report (October 2008)
FY08 Midyear Report (May 2008)
FY07 Final Report (November 2007)

FY07 Midyear Report (June 2007)
FY06 Final Report (October 2006)

FY06 Midyear Report (May 2006)
FY06 Midyear Report (May 2006)
FY05 Final Report (October 2005)
FY04 Final Report (October 2004)

FY03 Final Report (October 2003)

May 2003

November 2002


National NAGPRA Brochures

Quick Guide to NAGPRA


Forms and Templates


Requests for CUI Agreement revised May 2010

Transfer of control document
for repatriation grants (prior to funding)

Notices Templates
Notice of Inventory Completion Template
for culturally affiliated inventories of Native American human remains and associated funerary objects. updated 3/1/2013
Notice of Inventory Completion Template for culturally unidentifiable inventories (CUI) of Native American human remains from tribal or aboriginal land to tribal/aboriginal land Indian tribes, 43 CFR 10.11(c)(1) updated 3/1/2013
Notice of Inventory Completion Template for culturally unidentifiable inventories (CUI) Native American human remains from tribal or aboriginal land to Indian tribes that are not the tribal or aboriginal land Indian tribe, 43 CFR 10.11(c)(2)(i) updated 3/1/2013
Notice of Inventory Completion Template for culturally unidentifiable inventories (CUI) of Native American human remains from tribal or aboriginal land with the recommendation of the Secretary of the Interior to disposition to Indian groups that are non-federally recognized or for reinterment under state law, 43 CFR 10.11(c)(2)(ii). (See here for more information on the process) updated 3/1/2013
Notice of Intent to Repatriate Template for culturally affiliated unassociated funerary objects, sacred objects, and/or objects of cultural patrimony. updated 3/1/2013
Correction Template for Notices of Inventory Completion (used to correct a previously published notice) updated 3/1/2013
Notice of Intended Disposition Template for Native American human remains and cultural items removed from Federal or tribal land after November 16, 1990

Inventory Templates
Culturally Affiliated Inventory Template for Native American human remains and associated funerary objects that are reasonably believed to be culturally affiliated
Culturally Unidentifiable Inventory Template for Native American human remains and associated funerary objects that are considered to be culturally unidentifiable


Reports Requested by the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Review Committee
The following reports were requested by the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Review Committee.

Federal Agency Statistics 2006
Who are the CUI? Prepared by Andrew Kline, presented April 19, 2007
Report on NAGPRA Dialogue for 43 CFR 10.7 by Manuel F. Pino, October 14, 2007
Manager's Report for FY2007
Culturally Affiliated Native American Remains Not Published in Notices, Katherine Mass, intern National NAGPRA Program
Summary Requests for Recommendations Regarding the Disposition of Culturally Unidentifiable Human Remains (1994-2010)

CUI Dispositions Report Dec 2010, Sally Butts, intern National NAGPRA Program
Large Museum Collections 2010, Lauren Miyamoto, intern National NAGPRA Program
NAGPRA Grants Analysis Oct 2012, Kelsea Raether, intern Study Away Program
NAGPRA Grants Expenditures FY2008-2012, Maya Solis, intern National NAGPRA Program
Mapping the NAGPRA Database Oct 2012, Alayna Rasile, contractor National NAGPRA Program
MNA Report on NAGPRA Training Oct 2012, Museum of Northern Arizona
Report on the National NAGPRA Program & the National Preservation Institute Cooperative Agreement 2008 - 2012, Oct 2012
Culturally Affiliated Inventories Not in Notices Jan 2014
Culturally Unidentifiable Inventories with No Indication of Mailing to Tribes Jan 2014

Other Items

Department of Interior Response to the GAO Report
Department of Interior Response to the GAO Report 2011
Solicitor's Memorandum Regarding ANCSA, March 18, 2011

Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties, compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler, is a seven volume compilation of U.S. treaties, laws and executive orders pertaining to Native American Indian tribes. The volumes cover U.S. Government treaties with Native Americans from 1778-1883 (Volume II) and U.S. laws and executive orders concerning Native Americans from 1871-1970 (Volumes I, III-VII).
Native American Community Guide to Airport Security Screening brochure- Transportation Security Administration

To request additional information about the National NAGPRA Program, please contact NAGPRA_Info@nps.gov.

 
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