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The 1996 discovery, near Kennewick, Washington, of a 9,000-year-old Caucasoid skeleton brought more to the surface than bones. The explosive controversy and resulting lawsuit also raised a far more fundamental question: Who owns history? Many Indians see archeologists as desecrators of tribal rites and traditions; archeologists see their livelihoods and science threatened by the 1990 Federal reparation law, which gives tribes control over remains in their traditional territories.In this new work, Thomas charts the riveting story of this lawsuit, the archeologists' deteriorating relations with American Indians, and the rise of scientific archeology. His telling of the tale gains extra credence from his own reputation as a leader in building cooperation between the two sides. Review
Since its discovery in 1996, the issues surrounding Kennewick Man have grown ever more complicated and controversial. Out of this fracas comes Skull Wars, David Hurst Thomas's masterful contribution to the debate. The book is sure to stir passions even as it seeks to offer a better way for archeologists, anthropologists, and Native Americans to work together in the future. When it was determined that Kennewick Man, a skeleton with Caucasoid features discovered near Kennewick, Washington, was estimated to be more than 9,000 years old, it effectively lobbed a grenade into the already tense arena of the origins of the pre-Columbus peoples of the United States. Thomas, curator of anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, leads the reader through the development of American anthropology and archeology, the many reinterpretations of Native Americans by non-Indians, an assertion of native rights, and the eventual intercession of the federal government, ironically, as protective party. Skull Wars is a gripping account of the way race, scientific practice, history, and politics converged around an ancient skeleton. --Julia Riches
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David Grisman's People Jazz Trio
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CD reissue of this 2011 release. David Grisman and his bass-playing son Sam, first met and played with guitarist/vocalist extraordinaire Jim Hurst at the Bluegrass at the Beach camp in Oregon. In 2011, David attended one of Jim's remarkable solo performances in Sonoma County and was inspired to form this trio to explore some of their common roots in folk, country and jazz.

SBI probe in Hoke County a 'serious' criminal investigation, sheriff says - WNCN

RAEFORD, N. C. (WNCN) — An investigation in Hoke County is underway that the sheriff says has the potential to send several county employees to prison. “This is a serious investigation because it’s criminal,” Hoke County Sheriff Hubert Peterkin said on Tuesday. Peterkin said the investigation has the potential to be bigger than back in 2001 when a former Hoke County manager was sent to jail for embezzling $250,000. “When you’re talking about county government, you’re dealing with taxpayers’ money, so we... The investigation became public Monday night when SBI investigators closed one of the county buildings to serve a search warrant. “It came as a big shock to me,” said Letitia Edens, the Hoke County Manager. Edens says investigators were looking for time sheets for no more than five employees dating back about 18 months. “It is not big, it is a small number, but it is personnel, so I can’t discuss in detail what they’re looking for,” Edens said. Peterkin says the investigation began after his office and the district attorney’s office received a tip about three months ago. The county government building that was shut down Monday night was back open Tuesday. But the SBI says their investigation into the county continues and there’s no timeframe for when it will conclude. Source:

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  • SBI probe in Hoke County a 'serious' criminal investigation, sheriff says

    02/21/17 ,via WNCN

    RAEFORD, N.C. () — An investigation in Hoke County is underway that the sheriff says has the potential to send several county employees to prison. “This is a serious investigation because it's criminal,” Hoke County Sheriff Hubert Peterkin said on 

  • ASIC asks court to assess Andrew Wily and David Hurst's administrations of Sahade family companies

    A host of failed companies linked to Sydney car wash king Anthony Sahade has once again put colourful liquidator Andrew Wily in the sight of the corporate watchdog. Mr Wily, most famous as the former insolvency go-to-man for alleged fraudster Ian Lazar


@Fred_Green77 @david_hurst_ @Mysterygimp great account this. Zero need for us putting adverts on our season review… 02/22/17, @stourdave
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  • David's Yellow Cake

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  • Crisis & Renewal

    Harvard Business Press. 2017. ISBN: 1578518709,9781578518708. 229 pages.

    Crisis & Renewalpresents a radical view of how all successful organizations evolve and renew themselves and of what managers must do to lead the revival. Contrary to traditional organizational theory, which emphasizes rationality and control in the management of change, this book argues that there are times when managers must deliberately create crises by committing acts of "ethical anarchy" in order to break the constraints of success and renew their organizations. Hurst develops a model of change -- the organizational ecocycle -- to explain how even successful organizations become systematically vulnerable to catastrophe. He brings the model to life with stories of crisis and renewal from both his own management and consulting experiences and a cross-section of enterprises -- from the hunter-gatherers of the Kalahari and the Quakers of the Industrial Revolution to contemporary organizations such as 3M and Nike. Born when people come together to capitalize on an opportunity, young organizations are usually dedicated to innovation and learning. As they grow and age, they become preoccupied with performance. Sooner or later they become constrained by their own success. For, in the pursuit of performance, what were once self-selected roles become designated tasks, flexible teams become rigid structures, open networks give way to closed systems, and control supplants commitment as people change. The risk, says Hurst, is that this single-minded, performance orientation may render organizations dangerously insensitive to subtle changes in the environment, seriously damaging their ability to learn. Renewal-changing a performance organization back into a learning organization-demands the restoration of the excitement, emotional commitment, and values often missing from large enterprises. It involves returning to the founding principles of the firm to reconnect the past with the present. In the aftermath of crisis, only shared values can hold a renewing organization together.Crisis & Renewalgives managers the theoretical grounding and the practical tools for leading their organizations to new life. The Management of Innovation and Change Series.

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  • Latest Moxham gunfire investigation ongoing; police say residence of Dale shooting victim targeted

    02/21/17 ,via

    His attorney has said Gxuluwe plans to withdraw that plea. David Hurst is a reporter for The Tribune-Democrat. He can be reached at (814) 532-5053. Follow him on Twitter @TDDavidHurst and Instagram @TDDavidHurst. A Johnstown teenager has admitted ...

  • Keeping clear of prison: 'I can't go back in there'

    02/22/17 ,via The Guardian

    Kickett is a mentor at the Wirrpanda Foundation, an organisation founded by the Australian football legend David Wirrpanda to support Indigenous children to stay in school and Indigenous adults to connect with the workforce. He met Hurst at Perth’s ...

  • SBI probe in Hoke County a ‘serious’ criminal investigation, sheriff says

    02/21/17 ,via WNCN

    Photo by David Hurst/CBS North Carolina RAEFORD, N.C. (WNCN) — An investigation in Hoke County is underway that the sheriff says has the potential to send several county employees to prison. “This is a serious investigation because it’s criminal ...


David Hurst - IMDb

David Hurst, Actor: Hello, Dolly!. Son of Austrian parents, born into an atmosphere of theater. His father was Max Reinhardt's associate. Came with a "Kindertransport ...

David Hurst - Wikipedia

David Hurst; Born: Heinrich Theodor Hirsch (1926-05-08) 8 May 1926 (age 90) Berlin, Germany: Occupation: actor, theatre producer: Years active: 1948–2000

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David Hirst (footballer) - Wikipedia

David Hirst; Personal information; Full name: David Eric Hirst: Date of birth (1967-12-07) 7 December 1967 (age 49) Place of birth: Barnsley, England: Height

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