Cliff Dwellings

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Martin Heinrich said ( about Cliff Dwellings ) : “I am proud to work with tribes in New Mexico and across Indian Country to reintroduce this legislation to safeguard sacred Native American items,” “The STOP Act has garnered broad, bipartisan support and I’m confident we can pass it into law. In New Mexico, we all recognize the incredible beauty of American Indian art–from the ancient wonders that we can explore and admire in places like Chaco Canyon and the Gila Cliff Dwellings to the traditional and modern art masterpieces created to this day by Native artists. But there is a clear difference between supporting American Indian art ethically and legally as opposed to dealing or exporting items that tribes have identified as essential and sacred pieces of their cultural heritage. We need to take all possible action to stop the latter and repatriate stolen culturally significant items to their rightful owners” External link

foreignaffairs-nz Tuesday, July 30, 2019 4:59:00 AM EAT

Martin Heinrich said ( about Cliff Dwellings ) : “I am proud to work with tribes in New Mexico and across Indian Country to reintroduce this legislation to safeguard sacred Native American items,” “The STOP Act has garnered broad, bipartisan support and I’m confident we can pass it into law. In New Mexico, we all recognize the incredible beauty of American Indian art–from the ancient wonders that we can explore and admire in places like Chaco Canyon and the Gila Cliff Dwellings to the traditional and modern art masterpieces created to this day by Native artists. But there is a clear difference between supporting American Indian art ethically and legally as opposed to dealing or exporting items that tribes have identified as essential and sacred pieces of their cultural heritage. We need to take all possible action to stop the latter and repatriate stolen culturally significant items to their rightful owners” External link

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Cliff Dwellings

Last updated on 2011-07-04T04:48+0300.

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Cliff DwellingsDE47.06%


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Martin Heinrich said ( about Cliff Dwellings ) : “I am proud to work with tribes in New Mexico and across Indian Country to reintroduce this legislation to safeguard sacred Native American items,” “The STOP Act has garnered broad, bipartisan support and I’m confident we can pass it into law. In New Mexico, we all recognize the incredible beauty of American Indian art–from the ancient wonders that we can explore and admire in places like Chaco Canyon and the Gila Cliff Dwellings to the traditional and modern art masterpieces created to this day by Native artists. But there is a clear difference between supporting American Indian art ethically and legally as opposed to dealing or exporting items that tribes have identified as essential and sacred pieces of their cultural heritage. We need to take all possible action to stop the latter and repatriate stolen culturally significant items to their rightful owners” External link

foreignaffairs-nz Tuesday, July 30, 2019 4:59:00 AM EAT

Martin Heinrich said ( about Cliff Dwellings ) : “I am proud to work with tribes in New Mexico and across Indian Country to reintroduce this legislation to safeguard sacred Native American items,” “The STOP Act has garnered broad, bipartisan support and I’m confident we can pass it into law. In New Mexico, we all recognize the incredible beauty of American Indian art–from the ancient wonders that we can explore and admire in places like Chaco Canyon and the Gila Cliff Dwellings to the traditional and modern art masterpieces created to this day by Native artists. But there is a clear difference between supporting American Indian art ethically and legally as opposed to dealing or exporting items that tribes have identified as essential and sacred pieces of their cultural heritage. We need to take all possible action to stop the latter and repatriate stolen culturally significant items to their rightful owners” External link

foreignaffairs-nz Friday, July 19, 2019 1:31:00 AM EAT