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Getting Ready in Indian Country: Emergency Preparedness and Response for Native American Cultural Resources

Heritage Preservation. (2010). Getting Ready in Indian Country: Emergency Preparedness and Response for Native American Cultural Resources.

This document provides emergency preparedness considerations specifically for Native American interests. It has three parts: (1) a brief report exploring the issues and making recommendations to address those issues; (2) an “Inventory of Disaster Resources for Cultural Heritage;” and (3) Preparedness Discussion Questions designed to be shared within and among tribal nations. Taken as a whole, the report and accompanying tools are intended to advance emergency preparedness, stimulate discussion, and inspire new initiatives in American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities.
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