Inventory and Assessment of NPS Alaska Archaeological Collections at the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Brown University

Archeological field research on federal lands in Alaska were conducted under federal permits by representatives of Brown University as far back as the 1940s.

These nationally significant collections are, and remain, the type collections for the Western Arctic, as well as the archived life¿s

work of two of the Western Arctic¿s scientific pioneers-Louis Giddings and Doug Anderson.

Cape Krusenstern and Kobuk Valley were established in part due to this archaeological work.

As was common then, and currently an option, non-federal repositories such as the Haffenreffer Museum have cared for artifacts and samples collected under federal permit.

Objectives:
Developing Baseline Documentation:
This project will provide a physical inventory and update to the museum database.

Archeological collections obtained from federal lands remain the property of the federal government in perpetuity.

Transferring Knowledge:
Documentation will be given to park management and cultural resource staff to make the best decisions on long-term preservation, conservation needs, and access issues to non-federal institutions by researchers.

Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) Compliance:
This project may locate items subject to NAGPRA since it will inventory archeological collections.

The objective of this Agreement is to conduct a comprehensive inventory of archeological collections in the care of the Haffenreffer Museum that originate from federal lands in Alaska currently administered by the National Park Service.

During the course of the inventory, assessment of the condition of items will also be completed.

The resultant inventory will allow NPS to establish formal museum object loans with the Haffenreffer Museum to adequately track, manage and support their long-term care.
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Cultural Resources Management

Department of the Interior


Agency: Department of the Interior

Office: National Park Service

Estimated Funding: $560,530


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Additional Information of Eligibility:
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Eligibility Information A.

Eligible Applicants Eligible lead entities include public/private nonprofit organizations, for-profit organizations, (including, not limited to small businesses), and faith-based or disability-led organizations with relevant experience in technical assistance and policy analysis as they relate to increasing employment and economic advancement for people with disabilities.

Such experience must include demonstrated capacity for work at both an individual and systems level, and prior development of deliverables including policy outputs.

The lead entity must document a consortium of additional organizations as appropriate to meet the requirements of this SGA.

The lead entity must have demonstrated experience in technical assistance, knowledge transfer and disability policy analysis at both an individual and systems level and must provide examples of this prior experience in the Appendix.

The lead entity must also lay out in clear detail the specific roles and responsibilities of each additional partner.

Consortium partners should provide a specific expertise vital to achieving one or more of the five target goal areas.

According to section 18 of the Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995, an organization, as described in section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, that engages in lobbying activities will not be eligible for the receipt of Federal funds constituting an award, grant, or loan.

See 2 U.S.C.

1611; 26 U.S.C.

501(c)(4).

Funding restrictions apply.



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Date Posted:
2019-08-22

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Archive Date:
2019-09-01



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