INDIAN BURIAL AND SACRED GROUNDS WATCH

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LINKS TO NEWS AND CAMPAIGNS CONCERNING:

 MD – Slaves’ Graves, Indian Site At Heart of Land Dispute — (24 April 2003)
 SD – Some activity on Indian burial site OK, judge says — (22 April 2003)
 IL – Ancient Village Located in Illinois — (21 April 2003)
 FL – Titusville, FL. The American Indian Movement of Florida (Florida AIM) has demanded the Brevard County Sheriffs Office insure the protection of a heavily looted and imperiled Indigenous cemetery in north Brevard County known as Indian Station. (21 April 2003)
 SD – Agency: River sites need protection — (18 April 2003)
 CA – Gov. Davis signs legislation to protect Quechan sacred site — (16 April 2003)
 MI – Native American Pride Committee alert for Bay City Michigan — (14 April 2003)
 ID – Ancient skull found in police raid turned over to Idaho tribe — (11 April 2003)
 CA – Ancient burials found at development site — (April 2003)
 WI – Ojibwe band may regain ancestors’ burial ground — (31 March 2003)
 KS – Mounds reveal much about culture — (28 March 2003)
 Canada – Rectifying ‘science run amok’: Chicago museum returning remains to tribe in Canada — (27 March 2003)
 NM – Archaeological-Protection Case Settled — (24 March 2003)
 General – Native American artifacts pose pesticide exposure risk — (23 March 2003)
 SD – Appeals court debates S.D. land transfer — (18 March 2003)
 NY – Return of remains, artifacts are focus of session at BU — (15 March 2003)
 NM – Reading the rocks — (14 March 2003)
 AZ – Dropping lake levels expose historic ruins — (10 March 2003)
 SD – Officials say artifact theft along Missouri River a troubling problem — (9 March 2003)
 Peru – Peru Wants Relic Back From Yale — (5 March 2003)
 CO – Vandals strike archaeological site in canyons of the Ancients — (3 March 2003)
 The Baer Case: Hand Slap, Face Slap — (March 2003)
 NC – Mound Reveals Clues on Prehistoric People — (28 Jan 2003)
 MO – Two men plead guilty to digging up ancient burial site — (27 Jan 2003)
 UT – Couple agree to pay fine for digging up Anasazi site — (27 Jan 2003)
 OH – Fine paid on behalf of Crandell — (25 Jan 2003)
 OR – American Indian pictographs damaged — (24 Jan 2003)
 OR – Northwest Tribes Appeal Kennewick Man Ruling — (23 Jan 2003)
 FL – Crane Creek Site Threatened (AIM FL) — (20 Jan 2003)
 IL- Indian Mounds Near East Peoria to be Preserved With State Funds — (19 Jan 2003)
 OR – More charges filed against grave robber — (18 Jan 2003)
 OR – Accused looter of ancient Nevada site plotted murder — (16 Jan 2003)
 Kennewick Man – Experts closer to study of skeleton — (9 Jan 2003)
 Ohio – Descendants of Ohio’s earliest people fight to save mounds — (5 Jan 2003)
 Ottowa – The Museum of Civilization is set to return dozens of ancestral bones to area native people, but the Algonquins want more — (31 Dec 2002)
 MO-IL – Burial mounds at risk – Native Americans rally to divert proposed overpass — (31 Dec 2002)
 GA – ONM – Macon’s 1st Home – lives on – Long Live the ONM (Ocmulgee) — (21 Dec 2002)
 GA – More on Ocmulgee (from Lindsay Holliday) — (18 Dec 2002)
 OH – Golf club says it can’t afford move from ancient mounds — (13 Dec 2002)
 GA – Creeks join fight to protect historic land (Okmulgee) — (13 Dec 2002)
 GA – Native Americans oppose planned Fall Line Freeway route (Ocmulgee) — (13 Dec 2002)
 FL — Human Bones Found Among Miami Circle Artifacts — (3 Dec 2002)
 AZ — Court: Claim vs. Mount Graham observatory moot — (3 Dec 2002)
 CA — Cohesive plan sought to protect sacred lands — Nevada company wants to mine gold from Indian Pass — (3 Dec 2002)
 Threatened Sacred Sites — (2 Dec 2002)
 NC – Connestee Mound — (2 Dec 2002)
 SD – Native group prepared to guard sites (Stronghold Table) — (1 Dec 2002)
 AZ – Immigrants Leaving Mounds of Trash on Tohono O’Odham Indian Sacred Lands — (29 Nov 2002)
 MO – Two accused of looting American Indian graves — (29 Nov 2002)
 CA – U.S. Approves Power Plant in Area Indians Hold Sacred — (28 Nov 2002)
 TN – Bend park bill passes, but Senate, House differ — (21 Nov 2002)
 MO – Two men are accused of robbing burial site — (21 Nov 2002)
 OH – Octagon Mounds — (call for letters) (20 Nov 2002)
 TN – Moccasin Bend National Park Bill Passes Senate – But Maybe Too Late — (20 Nov 2002)
 UT – Charges dismissed against man nearly seven years after Indian burial mound desecration — (20 Nov 2002)
 WY – Medicine wheel in legal dispute — (16 Nov 2002)
 NY – Setback In Suit To Reclaim Burial Ground — (16 Nov 2002)
 OH – Octagon Mound petition and plea for contributions toward Barbara Crandell’s fine — (14 Nov 2002)
 OH – Octagon mound needs to be made a public site — (13 Nov 2002)
 NE – Tribe gets remains under new state law — (13 Nov 2002)
 UK – Britain – The skeletons of colonialism may get a decent burial at last — (12 Nov 2002)
 NY – More Burial Sites Facing Destruction — (12 Nov 2002)
 OH – Cherokee woman guilty for praying — (8 Nov 2002)
 AL – Protest against the auction of American Indian Artifacts — (8 Nov 2002)
 TN – Preserving the Bend’s history Bill to make Chattanooga peninsula part of park system stalled, but expected to pass — (1 Nov 2002)
 OH – Consensus Needed on Plan to Protect Indian Burial Sites — (29 Oct 2002)
 RI – Archaeological gathering hears of tally of uncovered remains — (29 Oct 2002)
 AR – VA Researcher Finds Vast American Indian Settlement — (28 Oct 2002)
 WA – Tribes say they’ll appeal ruling on Kennewick Man — (26 Oct 2002)
 TN – Moccasin Bend Park May Be Saved By Lame Duck Session — (23 Oct 2002)
 SD – Lakota maintain resistance camp to protect Ghost Dancers remains — (Oct 2002)
 PA – Erie County group seeks to return Indian artifacts — (23 Oct 2002)
 OR – Judge rules tribes can appeal ruling on ancient skeleton — Kennewick Man (22 Oct 2002)
 OH – Worshippers Embrace Special Day — Octagon Mounds (20 Oct 2002)
 OH – Deserving of Preserving — (20 Oct 2002)
 DC – Modern Lives Dwell in the Indian Past — (20 Oct 2002)
 OH – An undisturbing development — (20 Oct 2002)
 WA – Bones unearthed; reburial carries hefty price — (19 Oct 2002)
 CA – San Juan Capistrano leaders reach agreement for school on burial site — (19 Oct 2002)
 OH – Archaeologists Told Not To Disturb Remains — (19 Oct 2002)
 SC – Indian Grave Desecration — (17 Oct 2002)
 OH – Golf Free Day at the Octagon Mound, Oct 16 (pdf file) — (10 Oct 2002)
 OH – Fort Meigs may go on parks ‘watch list’ — (9 Oct 2002)
 UT – Committee on Indian Bones is Struggling — (7 Oct 2002)
 CA – Remains found at Hellman site — (1 Oct 2002)
 CA – Governor Vetoes Sacred Sites Bill — (30 Sept 2002)
 CA – Indian Site Preservation Pushed — (27 Sept 2002)
 KENNEWICK MAN – Tribes seek to contest court ruling on skeleton — (27 Sept 2002)
 KENNEWICK MAN – Tribes try to appeal ruling on old bones — (27 Sept 2002)
 IN – Angel Mounds: Native Americans May Boycott Native American Days — (26 Sept 2002)
 SD – South Unit fossil dig on hold until spring — (25 Sept 2002)
 CA – Sacred sites bill passes California Legislature Sits on governor’s desk — Indian Country Today (24 Sept 2002)
 SD – Dig in graves of Ghost Dancers planned by NPS (24 Sept 2002)
 KENNEWICK MAN – Kennewick Man — AIM Support Group of Ohio and Northern KY (17 Sept 2002)
 KENNEWICK MAN – Kennewick Man — AIM Support Group of Ohio and Northern KY (17 Sept 2002)
 BC – Planning a Homecoming for Indians’ Remains — NY Times (16 Sept 2002)
 BC – Haida to bring home ancestors’ bones — Globe and Mail (16 Sept 2002)
 CA – Measure seeks to protect Indian sites; Opposition builds to California bill (15 Sept 2002)
 MO – City prepares to go it alone on trail funds (Burial mound at issue — 14 Sept 2002)
 CA – Lawmakers passed the sacred sites measure, but Gov. Davis is being pressed to veto it (13 Sept 2002)
 KS – In Larryville: The People Speak Out (13 Sept 2002)
 OH – Octagon, Great Circle Mounds (13 Sept 2002)
 BC – Haida First Nations repatriate human remains from USA (12 Sept 2002)
 CA – Tribes Flex Power on Sacred Sites (Sept 2002)
 WA – Kennewick Man: mediator between past and future Seattle Times (9 Sept 2002)
 OH – Park manager bars volunteer from meeting at Fort Meigs (7 Sept 2002)
 CA – Help Us Save Our Sacred Site Acjachemem Tribe, Putiidhem site (5 Sept 2002)
 US – Politics Aside, These Bones Belong to Everybody In the Fray Seattle Times (5 Sept 2002)
 WA – Probing the Mystery of Kennewick Man Seattle Times (5 Sept 2002)
 SD – Lakota Stronghold News (4 Sept 2002)
 US – Free at Last – A victory for science in the Kennewick Man case National Review (4 Sept 2002)
 US – Native Tribes Seek Clout on Non-tribal Lands (4 Sept 2002)
 OR – The Kennewick Man Saga, or How the Clinton administration mishandled an ancient Indian trust asset (3 Sept 2002)
 NEW PETITION: Support Taino Rights to Their Ancestral Remains and Sacred Sites in Puerto Rico. Read and sign the petition of the United Confederaton of Taino People here.
 New State Law in California Aids Repatriation, October 25, 2001

MORE IN THE SITES SECTION and NEWS ARCHIVE

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Native News Online now has a search page for state level Indian/tribal legislation at:
nativenewsonline.org/resources/bills_state.htm
Read about:
Montana HB HB0165 22.1K Mar 29, 2001
Repatriation for human remains
data.opi.state.mt.us/bills/2001/Billhtml/HB0165.htm

For NAGPRA specific updates and an ability to draw up
NAGPRA-related news over a period of time, go to
Native News Online. The Nagpra Updates link is in the left column.

Visit the Leoard Peltier Defence Committee website

 

Get involved.
To become a member of the Indian Burial Grounds Action Group
“dedicated to issues relevant to Indian Burial Grounds and their Protection”
go to groups.yahoo.com/group/IndianBurialGroundsActionGroup.

What is on this site and where

  • MISSION STATEMENT

    The Mission Statement.

  • SITES

    Sites

    This section gives, ordered by state, sites which are actively endangered, inactive sites, and closed cases. Follow the links to interior pages to learn more about the specific sites, the latest news on them, and how to help. This, as with the updates page, may only be as comprehensive as the webmaster’s resources and limited knowledge permits them to be. Those who believe this web site might be a helpful tool for their particular organization or concern can help by sending news to the webmaster of endangered sites and concerns and updates related to them.

  • LEARN

    In the Learn section will be found:

  • Federal Laws: Information on NAGPRA (the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act) and links pertaining to NAGPRA. Also here is information concerning controversy over NAGPRA. Also on this page are links to information on the 1996 24 May, Executive Order 13007 concerning Indian Sacred Sites; Indian Tribes and the Section 106 Review Process; and the American Indian Religious Freedom Act.
  • State Laws: Look here for available information on State Laws concerning burial grounds.
  • Some Preserved Sites: Grouped by state are Indian burial grounds or Indian mounds listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and others. Links take to the onsite state pages where further information is had on the sites, along with links to parks, pictures and other resources. Also here is a page for Other Mounds Found in Archaeological Manuscripts. And because, for some, “preservation” doesn’t entail the transformation of a burial ground into a tourist attraction, there is also the subsection Not a Tourist Trap.
  • Some History and Culture: Here are largely links to offsite pages on Mississippian Culture.
  • Controversies Concerning Archaeology: There is concern over whether “safe” archaeology exists. Here are articles or links to articles on the debate.
  • American Indian Voices: American Indians on the issues.
  • Relevant News Items: Look for relevant news items here grouped by year and state.
  • ACTION

    On the Action page will be found:

  • Online Petitions: Gives info on the where and how of constructing an online petition.
  • State Government, State Web Sites, State Historical Societies, Office of the State Archaeologist:The information here is grouped by state. When you need the names of state officials, county commissioners etc., look at this section. The information on the State Government links is as up-to-date as the State makes it. Use State Web Site pages to find information such as newspapers, if they are online, and where to write a letter to the editor. State Archaeologists can answer questions regaring laws. There may also be maps in these link areas.
  • State Historic Preservation Officers and other Preservation Organizations: Tribal Preservation Officer links and Cultural Resource Mapping links are also here.
  • Federal: Search engines for if you need to look up legislative information etc.
  • LINKS

    Links to preservation and repatriation organizations; online news, commentary and misc. resources; Indian nations; tribal organizations and more.

  • CONTACT

    Contact information for the Indian Burial and Sacred Grounds Watch web site.

Disclaimer

The IBSGWATCH web site is intended to enhance access to and dissemination of information on causes concerned with Indian burial and sacred grounds. The goal is to keep this information timely and accurate. If errors are brought to our attention, we will correct them.

IBSGWATCH is an outgrowth of IBGAG but is independent and not affiliated with any particular group or organization mentioned on these pages. Burial and Sacred Grounds issues on this site are addressed by a variety of organizations and groups; this does not infer or imply any affiliation between the different organizations and groups listed unless explicitly stated. The opinions stated and actions taken by various groups are not necessarily shared or supported by IBSGWATCH or other groups and organizations connected with burial and sacred ground issues presented on this site.

CSR2 Racing Ultimate Lead 2018 with fine-tuning Hints

We’ve been playing CSR Racing 2 some time now and have discovered a few persons asking about beginner tips and also an advanced guide. While we’re not really a top level player, we would like to share our opinions and experience about this game. We wouldn’t really consider this a guidebook, it’s a few suggestions that needs to be beneficial if you’re just getting started or have played this game for some time as advanced players. You can discover a general guidebook to CSR Racing 2 with more tunning and other hints in this post.

RP(respect details) & Crews
As you do factors in CSR2, you again RP. To advance in the game, you would like to gain as very much RP as you can. If you’re in a crew, you will reach milestones as a group and gain some rewards on the way. You can take up the game as an individual, but staying in a crew offers you a few more rewards. You will shortly find out staying in an excellent crew may require you to gain “X” sum of RP each time of year and getting started, that’s gonna be challenging. The solution is quite simple; start your personal crew & invite additional beginners to join your crew. It’ll expense you some gold, but can pay off as time passes. When you’re all set, promote someone else to leader and stage from your beginners crew and sign up for a high crew. Some ways to gain RP: Ladder Races Regulation Races Crew Battles Tuning Trial Source Cup Prestige Cup Prize Cup Crew Cup Daily Battles Live Races Update a car Customize a car

What happen to be PP and EVO
They are the numbers under the name of the automobile. PP is the BHP of the automobile in stock or upgraded type & Evo is the extra efficiency you receive for using fusion parts or tuning your vehicle. For instance, you’ve got 300 +100. In this, 300 is the PP and +100 is the EVO or EP as NM identifies it. Will this mean 400 total? NO! Just about all people think its more likely to end up being: 300 + (100/10) = 310 in total (this is just a guess simply NM knows the real value of these 2 numbers combined).

For tier 1 through tier 3, in live races, it’s usually better to have a low PP and a higher EVO (you’re aiming for an EVO of somewhere between 500-700+). After we had been playing for a few months, we stumbled after a video tutorial that talked about how to succeed keys in live racing utilizing a Golf GTi, hence we upgraded the NOS, tires, and trans on a GTi (one we’d gotten from a crate) and left the rest stock, added fusion parts to those upgrades, tuned it, and found it was a pretty great way to start out grinding for keys. The figures for that build and tune were 231 +527 (we retained track of those figures, because we were curious if it would work and wished to bear in mind them if it do.).

For tiers 4 & 5, possess a tune that may race close to, or somewhat under, your dyno period and has an EVO of somewhere between 700-1000+; this is your goal. You’re buying a 50% succeed ratio. Winning a whole lot of races in a row & having a succeed ratio over 50% feels great, but it will most likely bump you right into a more rapidly lobby (e.g. you can be forced to race more rapidly & more rapidly opponents). It’s also significant to obtain the right lobby for just about any live racing you do. In the event that you lose several in a row (plus they are killing your run occasions), back again out and re-enter. There are a lot of complaints about match-producing in the multi-player component of CSR2 and quite often we get frustrated aswell, but with effort and time, you can do it.

Cars with Superstars
These give extra RP than the non-starred version and also have more fusion slots, making them quicker in the end (when compared to non-starred version).

Fusion parts
Don’t just utilize them on random autos in CSR Racing 2. It’s easier to utilize them on specific cars.

Ways to receive fusion parts
First, win some bronze keys in live racing. Second, gather the free of charge bronze crate Donna offers you every four hours. Next, get a component from earning a Daily Struggle. Also, race every glass & trial race you can to succeed fusion parts &/or keys. Lastly, buy autos and strip them for fusion parts (for example, you can buy extra t1 Fiesta STs to strip to receive fusion parts for your t3 Mustangs or purchase extra t2 m235i to strip for your t3 BMW M4s). You won’t receive Mustang or M4 stage 6 fusion parts this way, but rather common, unusual, and epic parts which happen to be usable on any Ford or BMW autos in the overall game (Ford for Ford and BMW for BMW). To get stage 6 parts for the Mustang or M4, you’ll have to strip Mustangs and M4s.

Keys in CSR 2 Racing
It’s usually better to use gold and silver keys during 10x or perhaps 20x events. Soon after a new season starts, there will be a multiplier for the times of year Prestige car. With the Prestige car, you can do the Prestige Cup and possibly earn a whole lot of RP, nevertheless, just starting out this is often a little difficult to do, because upgrades can be expense prohibitive and you have to be in a crew. There’s no assurance that you’ll receive that car, but your chances of pulling what could be one of “your” solid early autos is a little much better than just randomly wasting keys on non-multiplier crate openings.

What is best use for Gold?
IMO, the best make use of for gold in CSR Racing 2 is to re-fill your gas tank. More gas PiPs equals extra RP. In the event that you put it to use to increase your upgrades, that’s not going to be efficent. Simply wait and do several of your upgrades simultaneously when you’re from the game. One other possible use will be a one time gold buy of your first good car which, we believe is the Porsche 718 Boxster S. It’s a solid t2 car.

Cup & Trial races
Most of the period, you’ll need a specific set-up to race in a cup or trial event. Our primary thought was “Dang, we now have to spend your time building that specific car.” This was incorrect; down-grade or adjust a car you possess to meet up with the requirements of the event.

Upgrades
IMO, it’s better to upgrade the NOS, accompanied by the tires, then your trans in order to tune the automobile ASAP. From there, it’s a subject of preference. We generally do intake, accompanied by turbo, in that case engine, and end up upgrading body last. This, actually, is our own, personal procedure. A couple other things to consider about upgrading autos: If your patient more than enough, wait on obtaining tier 3, 4 & 5 starred autos to upgrade. That’s hard to do because you would like to progress through the overall game, but it will be more efficent. If you have to make use of non-starred version, only do the minimal sum of upgrades you can to achieve your objective. Finally, we wouldn’t make use of any stage 6 upgrades on non-starred cars.

Tuning a car in CSR Racing 2
(’s ) Upgrade NOS to at least stage 2 Upgrade Wheels to at least stage 3 Upgrade Transmission to at least stage 4 You’ll want these upgrades at the very least to tune a car.

What car(s) conduct we use? Below are a few suggestions for autos to start out with. These autos can be bought with in-game currency. Hopefully, you’ll get a starred release of tiers 3, 4 & 5 but if not, it’s ok to purchase them because you can strip them later.

Special comment
You’ll probably get a starred release of the 650’s, 570’s, 700-4, &/or 488 early and think “They are nice..”. These were a few of our t5 early crate pulls. We believe we get these relatively early to greatly help us get through t5 ladder, crew battles and regulation races. Do not use a whole lot of fusion parts on them. Better cars should come and you’ll want you hadn’t employed so many fusion parts on them( you’ll almost certainly pull a few t4 cars early aswell).

Why two Golfing Gti?
The first one is for general game use. Upgrade everything to stage 5 and add fusion parts, as you can. The second one is for live racing. Upgrade the transmission, NOS, and tires to stage 5 and leave the rest stock, adding fusion parts, as you can. Try to receive the EVO as huge as feasible when tuning it then study what rpm to release it, shift it, in that case start live racing it. Try to achieve around a 50% succeed ratio; that’s your goal. Remember, beating the dyno again and again will get you bumped into more rapidly lobbies. One other thing/, if someone difficulties right after they lose, it may be a set-up to a huge bet.They are probably trying to sandbag you into a huge fat loss.

Using Youtube pertaining to Tuning in CSR Racing 2
Here are a few videoes we think provide helpful facts when starting out
(We don’t know any of these persons personally, but we think this is helpful info.).

We suggest you begin here: CSR2 Golfing GTi Tune Set up Max Power v1.11 NO Superstar (it’s a no star build)

Next, we would understand this video tutorial: CSR 2 | Winning Tier Boss Cars Easy – Best Cars for funds and Times

Then move to: CSR Racing 2 Tune T3 Chevrolet Camaro SS 1/4 Mile!

This video is older, so please remember MN can tweak numbers whenever they want, but this is an example of a basic set-up & tune for a t3 car with no stage 6 or fusion parts that can be utilised for t3 regulation races. It teaches you that you do not need stage 6 upgrades and a lot of fusion parts to enjoy through some game content.

Tempest 1
(you’ll need two autos for each portion of the challenge, 1 for period trials and someone to race for the Boss car.)

Do a little Youtube or Reddit study for boss occasions. Be sure to have the most recent results for enough time to defeat them. Natural Motion has tweaked the quantity before, hence they could repeat. Don’t do this last race until you’re 100% sure of the time it takes to win the automobile, you will not get a second prospect.Winning the t3 race against Amelia is significant. The LB M4 Coupe you succeed is pretty fast, once it’s upgraded and tuned. Here are our recommendations for Tempest 1. Don’t use your more rapidly cars for enough time trials conserve those for the Boss Races

Finally, Special gives
Occasionally, you’ll get a pop-up for some special offer in the game. Sometimes they can be really good, if you want to spend a little funds. IMO, the premium currency in CSR2 is silver & gold keys. In terms of bronze, however, not so much, but silver & gold keys are usually okay to purchase in the beginning. It only makes sense for them to give you deals to attract you in and prevalent theory says you’ll get better cars early hence you’ll keep playing.

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