43 CFR 7.13 - Custody of archaeological resources

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6 practice notes
  • Rights-of-Way on Indian Land
    • United States
    • Federal Register November 19, 2015
    • November 19, 2015
    ...resources, human remains, or other cultural items recovered on Indian land are the property of the Indian landowner or tribe. 43 CFR 7.13; 43 CFR Comment: A tribal commenter requested that the rule specify that tribes can initiate enforcement actions for violations of tribal law. Response: ......
  • Navajo Nation v. U.S. Dep't of the Interior, No. 13–15710.
    • United States
    • United States Courts of Appeals. United States Court of Appeals (9th Circuit)
    • April 6, 2016
    ...resources," while "[a]rchaeological resources excavated or removed from the public lands remain the property of the United States." 43 C.F.R. § 7.13(a)–(b). ARPA requires an agency to notify Indian tribes of possible harm to or destruction of sites the tribe may consider to have religious o......
  • Attakai v. US, No. CIV 88-964 PCT EHC.
    • United States
    • United States District Courts. 9th Circuit. United States District Courts. 9th Circuit. District of Arizona
    • February 28, 1990
    ...and a Tribe may issue permits to its members. 16 U.S.C. § 470cc(g). Archaeological resources on Indian lands belong to the Indians. 43 CFR 7.13(b). Thus, it is evident that the government's ownership and control of archaeological and historical resources is There is nothing in section 110 o......
  • Curation of Federally-Owned and Administered Archeological Collections
    • United States
    • Federal Register November 18, 2014
    • November 18, 2014
    ...(PAIs) for Indian lands and the responsibility for custody of those collections (25 CFR Part 262). For example, Section 5 of ARPA and 43 CFR 7.13(c) apply to resources from both public and Indian lands and discuss the authority to exchange and dispose of resources. Material remains collecte......
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  • Navajo Nation v. U.S. Dep't of the Interior, No. 13–15710.
    • United States
    • United States Courts of Appeals. United States Court of Appeals (9th Circuit)
    • April 6, 2016
    ...resources," while "[a]rchaeological resources excavated or removed from the public lands remain the property of the United States." 43 C.F.R. § 7.13(a)–(b). ARPA requires an agency to notify Indian tribes of possible harm to or destruction of sites the tribe may consider to have religious o......
  • Attakai v. US, No. CIV 88-964 PCT EHC.
    • United States
    • United States District Courts. 9th Circuit. United States District Courts. 9th Circuit. District of Arizona
    • February 28, 1990
    ...and a Tribe may issue permits to its members. 16 U.S.C. § 470cc(g). Archaeological resources on Indian lands belong to the Indians. 43 CFR 7.13(b). Thus, it is evident that the government's ownership and control of archaeological and historical resources is There is nothing in section 110 o......
  • Navajo Nation v. U.S. Dep't of the Interior, No. CV-11-08205-PCT-PGR
    • United States
    • United States District Courts. 9th Circuit. United States District Courts. 9th Circuit. District of Arizona
    • February 12, 2013
    ...The Secretary of the Interior has promulgated limited regulations under ARPA dealing with the custody of archaeological resources. See 43 C.F.R. § 7.13. While thesePage 10regulations provide in part that "[a]rchaeological resources excavated or removed from Indian lands remain the property ......

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