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    • information that cars must park 12" back from curb. 2 . They want a red zone in front of the theatres designated a s a loading zone when theatres are not in use. 3 . They want to know why the parking area back of Thornton Drug is not leveled off...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 32 chosen name means now, and what message removing (or keeping) the name sends (p. 51). If these factors together, point strongly in favor of renaming, and if the moral sense of the community is strongly in favor of...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 35 Summary of Literature Review The literature review has addressed the four specific areas related to determining whether the word Anasazi should be removed from buildings, trails, and web-sites operated by the federal...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 36 also presented an interview with a Paiute elder and her great grandmother’s story regarding the Navajo causing war amongst other tribes. Eventually, the federal government placed the Navajo on land that traditionally...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 37 The next section, on the Power of Language and Communication in Cultures showed evidence that the word Anasazi is considered racial, offensive, and it does show signs of prejudice. The word Anasazi which means...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 38 Navajo word Anasazi---which describes another people and their culture---, it is a blatant yet very subtle form of racism and prejudice. As mentioned earlier, communication is a dynamic process of sending and receiving...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 39 The final section addressed the research related to the laws that protect the Native Americans, as well as, the laws about the renaming of “monuments” managed by the government. Government-to-government laws have...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 41 • What word, if any, would be more appropriate? And I asked the following as general questions: • What is your history? • Who are the Anasazi to you? • What are your stories and songs that associate you to the ancient...
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    • Meeting. They recommend that the water line in Right Hand Canyon, 4.500' long, be replaced. Approximate cost-$25.000. (Bid price for 4" pipe was a t 820 per foot and 6" pipe at 51.14 per foot. The Mayor reported that the flood control program is a...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 46 talked with us. They just want to put us in a slot so they can justify their ideas and papers which are incorrect and wrong. The words “Fremont” and “Anasazi” is similar to how a white man uses a swear word. It is...
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    • 59 Learning Theories Knowledgebase. (2010). Social Development Theory (Vygotsky) at Learning-Theories.com. Retrieved October 10th, 2010 from http://www.learning-theories. com/vygotskys-social-learning-theory.html Macmillan/McGraw-Hill. (2006)....
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 52 where they had been created. Southern Paiute Creation stories that have been recorded, albeit in abbreviated forms, resemble Christian Genesis and other myths in terms of placing the people on the earth. (p. 27) The...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 53 Logan Hebner (2010) in his book Southern Paiute: A Portrait, explains the loss of cultural ancestral land by a group of Southern Paiute families to the encroaching Navajo: Today the San Juan Paiute, though a recognized...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 54 issue, as well as, the archaeologists who would not speak to the actual descendants of the “Paiute woman’s bones” (Hebner, 2010) and would “operate in isolation” (Stoffle & Zedeno, 2001). Today, as mentioned earlier in...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 55 which means those who will not listen, and they do everything wrong” (Anonymous, personal interviews, 2015). Earlier in this paper I explained the traditional cultural significance of leaving areas to the plants,...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 56 There was a series of meetings, from 1930 to 1932, with the Navajo Tribal Council, regional BIA officials, and other federal and state bureaucrats---everyone but the San Juan Paiute. In 1933 the vast Paiute Strip...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 57 From the 1940s to the 1970s, the Navajo kept encroaching closer and closer onto the Hopi land. This caused the Hopi to bring the issue before the U.S. government, which resulted in the establishment of “District 6” and...
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    • THE WORD ANASAZI CHILDS - 58 assessment that includes economic and political as well as cultural impacts to the Zuni people? Where is the Zuni voice in this process? (p. 745) As Hebner (2010) explains: “One other, predominant image of the Southern...
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    • Paragonah, through Bear Valley and over into the Sevier Valley, following ri well-estahlished wagon road. The complete list of officers is not known, hut Silas S. Smith was sustained as captain with Robert Bulloch as Assistant Captain. The old...

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