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  • Land and Spirit: Sedona and Northern Arizona, May, 1991. A Study Guide, anthology and bibliography featuring articles on Hopi and Zuni tribal attitudes towards the sacredness of nature, 75 pages. Out of print. Photocopy available $8.00.
  • Voices From a Sacred Place: In Defense of Petroglyph National Monument, March 1998, Edited by Verne Huser, publication funded by Sacred Sites International and Friends of the Albuquerque Petroglyphs, 64 pages. A collection of essays, poems, short stories, and photographs about the need to preserve Petroglyph National Monument in its pristine state, free from highways and other development. $6.95 includes shipping and handling.

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  • PBS Radio Interview with Sacred Sites International’s founders Leonard and Nancy Becker, December, 1990, includes a 60 minute program and a 30 minute rebroadcast. The tape is available for an $8.50 charge.

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  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume I, Number 1, Autumn 1990, 6 pages.
    From Circumference to Center: Borobudur (N. Payn and B. Dragin); Intercultural Geomancy: An Introduction to Geomancy (S. Post); Sacred Sites International: A Unique Approach on Global Issues (L. and N. Becker)
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume I, Number 2, Winter 1991, 6 pages.
    Glastonbury: Romantic Legend, Ancient Mysteries (N. Mann); Intercultural Geomancy: Chinese Geomancy and Universal Ideas In Geomancy (S. Post, Nambe Kira (C. Castle); Resources: Books, Periodicals and Videotapes.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume I, Number 3, Summer 1991, 6 pages.
    Bananas: Pilgrimage Places and the Transformation of Death (F. Hertz); Sacred Sites International: a Unique Approach on Global Issues (L. and N. Becker); Intercultural Geomancy: Elemental Ideas In Geomancy (S. Post); The Earthly Virtue of Place (S. Groeneveld, L. Hoinacki, and I Illich).
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume II, Number 1, Fall 1991, 6 pages.
    Chartres: Place of Natural Spirit (N. Becker); Earth Energies and Geomancy: A Very Brief Survey (M. Burdet); Intercultural Geomancy: Universal Ideas In Geomancy (S. Post); Land and Spirit: Reflections on SSIF’s Trip to Sedona and other Arizona Sites (M.L.S. Ross); Resources: Environmental and Preservation Organizations.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume II, Number 2, Winter 1992, 8 pages.
    What Is a Sacred Site? (E. Bodien); Self Preservation: A Personal Guide on Preserving Sacred Sites (C. Miller); Intercultural Geomancy: Universal Ideas In Geomancy (S. Post); Sites Endangered; Resources: Environmental and Preservation Organization.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume II, Number 3, Summer 1992, 8 pages.
    The Symbolism of Sacred Mountains: Mountain Themes (E. Bernbaum); Intercultural Geomancy: The Mountain (S. Post); Endangered Megaliths: Belgium (J. Palmer); From Deep Ecology to a Deeper Sacred Ecology (J. Littleton); Snoqualime Falls: An Endangered Sacred Place; Resources: UNESCO World Heritage Sites, World Conservation Union.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume III, Number 1, Fall 1992, 8 pages.
    Nan Madol: Sacred City of Micronesia (C. Nervig and N. Becker); Intercultural Geomancy: Ceremonial Practice and the Will at Sacred Sites (S. Post); The American Indian Religious Freedom Act and Protection of Sacred Sites (C. Miller); Philippine Sacred tribal Lands Threatened; Japanese Neolithic Site and Petroglyphs (N. Yoshida); Native American Sacred Sites Under Assault; Resources: The World Monuments Fund.
  • Site Saver Newsletter, Volume III, Number 2, Winter 1993, 8 pages.
    Maya Temples Imperiled (N. Becker); Kumivit Guardians of the Sacred Earth and Sky: An Archeoastronomy Site Protected by Anonymity (M. Moran); U.S. Senate Committee Hears Testimony on American Indian religious Freedom Act Amendment (C. Miller); Preservation of the Earthorne Menhir; Resources: The Cultural Conservancy; Preservation Advocacy: Sacred Mountain Apo: Philippines; Belgium Menhir.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume III, Number 3, Summer 1993, 8 pages.
    Legendary Temples of Angkor Rescued (N. Becker); UN Truce Endangers Forests; Religious Freedom and Sacred Sites: The Current Controversy (P. Cummings); Native Hawaiian Sacred Site Rediscovered; SSIF Attends UNESCO World Heritage Meetings; Earthorne Menhir: Corrections and Clarifications; Preservation Advocacy Updates.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume IV, Number 1, Fall 1993, 8 pages.
    China’s Ancient River Heritage and Three Gorges Threatened (E. Carpino); Circles and Royal Blue Oath Stones: Lessons From the Past (J. Palmer); Development Encroaches on Petroglyph National Monument, Albuquerque, New Mexico (N. Becker); In the Spirit of the Earth: Rethinking History and Time – A Book Review (E. Bodien); The Chumash Legacy Study Tour.
  • Site Saver newsletter,Volume IV, Number 2, Winter 1994, 8 pages.
    Coricancha, Inca Temple of the Sun: A Preservation Challenge (J. Honerman); Ring Mountain Petroglyph Rock (M. Seiple); Maya Temples Anew (E. Carpino). Out of print. Photocopy available $.50.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume IV, Number 3, Summer 1994, 8 pages.
    Stonehenge Revisited (D. Beach); Intercultural Geomancy (S. Post); News, Notes and Resources: Mt. Shasta Eligible for Historic Register, Sacred Sites in India Threatened, Bali Study Tour; Coricancha Article by Honerman: Corrections and Clarifications.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume V, Number 1, Fall 1994, 8 pages.
    Easter Island: The Archaeological Legacy of Rapa Nui (N. Becker); The Temple and the Condos: Bali’s Pura Tanah Lot (J. Slattum); News, Notes and Resources: Preservation News – Mt. Apo, Philippines is Threatened; News from Members; Newsletters of Interest; Great Serpent Mound: Development Encroachment Prevented (P. Ni); Easter Islanders Fight to Protect Their Sacred Sites (N. Becker).
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume V, Number 2, Winter 1995, 8 pages.
    Guardians of the Earth: Black Madonnas in Southwestern France (N. Becker); Black is the Color of Life: Reflections on the Symbolic Meaning of the Black Madonna (V. Politzer); Resources: Books about Black Madonnas.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume V, Number 3, Spring/Summer 1995, 8 pages.
    Sacred Mountains of the Andes: High Altitude Sanctuaries & Their Mysterious Legacies (Y. Castaada); Oahu: A Woman Who Talks to Rocks (J. Houston); Sacred Sites on Siberia’s Lake Baikal (M. Ananicheva, Y. Knonov); Russia’s Immense and Threatened Lake Baikal (E. Carpino); Urgent Action: Den Haag, Netherlands.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume VI, Number 1, Fall 1995, 8 pages.
    Defiling the Sacred to Feed the Profane: Geothermal Plant Threatens a Rainforest and a People’s Sacred Mountain (L.G. Parado); Journeying in Spmi (C. Castle); Kiva of the Past, Kiva of the Future (S. Fowles); Vietnam Veterans Memorial: A Sacred Pilgrimage Site (P. Ni); Resources & tours. –photocopy only available $.50
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume VI, Number 2, Winter 1996, 8 pages.
    Mount Shasta: An Issue of Integrity (C. Miller & M. Berditschevsky); Sacredness: Native Hawaiian vs. Western Ideas (L.G. Parado); Listening to the Mountain (J. Houston).
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume VI, Number 3, Summer 1996, 8 pages.
    Sacred Petroglyphs Endangered: Albuquerque, New Mexico (N. Becker); The Enigmatic Nazca Lines: Sacred Symbols on the Land (J. Reinhard, ed. E. Castanada); Foundation News, Notes, and Resources; Mother Goddess Worship in Vietnam (B. Cohen).
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume VII, Number 1, Fall 1996, 8 pages.
    Three Kinds of Silence (J. Houston); The Goddess Pele (N. Becker with Akoni Akana); Medieval Rock Churches and their Mural Paintings: Ivanovo, Bulgaria (A. Simonitsch); Rock Hewn Sanctuaries Throughout the World (N. & L. Becker); SSIF Supports Indian Religious Rites at Devil’s Tower (N. Becker); Foundation News, Notes, and Resources; Books by Sacred Sites International Members.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume VII, Number 2, Winter 1997, 8 pages.
    Spirit Ways and Shamanism – Part 1 of 2 parts (P. Devereux); Er Mane Guen (C. Rhone); No Keka’a (A. Akana); Foundation News, Notes, and Resources: Preservation Urgent Action Request – The Borger Long Dolmen, Netherlands, Preservation Update – Mount Shasta, California.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume VII, Number 3, Spring/Summer 1997, 8 pages
    Spirit Ways and Shamanism, Part 2 of 2 (P. Devereux), Where the Hula Goddess Lives (J. Houston), From a Piece of Wood To a Sacred Statue (B. Cohen), Foundation News, Notes, and Resources: Preservation Urgent Action Request for Petroglyph National Monument & Bali Study Tour 1998.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume VIII, Number 1, Fall 1997, 8 pages
    Minding A Sacred Site (S. & B. Empie), God’s Own Pharmacies (P.S. Sochaczewski), Are Freeways Compatible with Sacred Sites?: The Creek Nation’s Ocmulgee Old Fields (J. Sammons), Petroglyph National Monument (C. Miller), Foundation News, Notes, & Resources: Special Events & Study Tour to Bali.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume VIII, Number 2, Winter 1998, 8 pages.
    Amerindian Antiquities of Old Florida (C. Rhone), God’s Own Pharmacies, Part 2 of 2; Preservation Updates: Empie Archaeoastronomy Site, Arizona and Weris Dolman, Belgium; Foundation News, Notes, and Resources.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume VIII, Number 3, Summer 1998, 8 pages.
    Historic Preservation Takes Root in Tibet (P. C. Kliger); Preserving Tibet’s Sacred Text (T. Okawa); Resources for Tibet: Organizations devoted to Tibet, Travel Guides, and Internet Sites, Urgent Action Letter Writing Campaign: Yamdrok Tso, Tibet.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume IX, Number 1, Fall 1998, 8 pages.
    San Bruno Mountain: Home to Natural and Cultural Treasures (T. Ragir); Sacred Sites Survey: Selected Campaigns of Notable Concern in the United States (G. Phillips); Sacred Sites Inspire Deeds Which Benefit Humanity (N. & L. Becker); Foundation News, Notes, & Resources.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume VIII, Number 2, Winter 1998, 8 pages.
    Amerindian Antiquitites of Old Florida (C. Rhone); Foundation New, Notes & Resources: Preservation Updates: Weris Dolmen, Belgium; The Empie Archaeoastronomy Site, Arizona; SSIF Sens Donation to Quake Damaged Assisi; God’s Own Pharmacies, Part 2 of 2 (P. Sochaczewski).
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume VIII, Number 3, Spring/Summer 1998, 8 pages.
    Historic Preservation Takes Root in Tibet (P.C. Klieger, Ph.D.); Preserving Tibet’s Sacred Text (T. Okawa); Resources for Tibet: Organizations, Guide Books & Internet Sites; Urgent Action Letter-Writing Campaign: Yamdrok Tso.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume IX, Number 1, Fall 1998, 8 pages.
    San Bruno Mountain: Home to Natural & Cultural Treasures (T. Ragir); Sacred Sites Survey: Selected Campaigns of Notable Concern in the United States: Petroglyph National Monument, Mount Shasta, Devil’s Tower (G. Phillips); Sacred Sites Inspire Deeds Which Benefit Humanity (N. & L. Becker); Foundation News, Notes & Resources: SSIF Presents at UNESCO Conference in Paris.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume IX, Number 2, Winter 1999, 8 pages.
    Moku’ula: A Native Hawaiian Sacred Site is Being Restored (N. & L. Becker; Sacred Groves Threatened by Development: The Kaya Forests of Kenya (C. Nyamweru); Empie Site Gains Recognition (S. & B Empie); Book Review: Moku’ula, Maui’s Sacred Island by P. Christiaan Klieger (N. Becker).
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume IX, Number 3, Spring 1999, 8 pages.
    Taktsang: Tiger’s Nest in the Land of the Thunder Dragon (K. A. Paul); Bhutan: Mountain Fortress of the Gods: Gods and Sacred Mountains (C. Schicklgruber); Short Annotated Bibliography (K.A. Paul); How you Can Help Rebuild Taktsang; About Visiting Temples and Monasteries in Bhutan.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume X, Number 1, Fall 1999, 8 pages. 10th Anniversary Edition.
    The Emeryville Shellmound; Preservation, Development, Study, or Memorialization (N. & L. Becker); The Miami Circle (C. Rhone); Hawaiian Petroglyph Field Faces Destruction (Prof. N. Yoshida); Anaeho’omalu, Hawai’i Island (G. Lee Ph.D.); Book Review: Spirit of Place: Petroglyphs of Hawai’i by Georgia Lee & Edward Stasack (N. Becker).
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume X, Number 2, Winter 2000, 8 pages. 10th Anniversary.
    Sacred Sites in the Wailua Valley (N. & L. Becker); The African Burial Ground in New York City (N. & L. Becker); Mount Tindaya Suffers an Art Attack (I. Clark).
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume X, Number 3, Spring/Summer 2000, 8 pages. 10th Anniversary.
    Medicine Lake Highlands: Corporate Industrialism Confronts an Ancient Native Tradition (M. Berditschevsky & P. Risch); Mount Kailas-Nepal (E. Bernbaum); The Buried Sacred Island of Moku’ula (P. C. Kleiger Ph.D.); Insert – Foundation News, Notes & Resources: Emeryville Shellmound Update; Dutch Burial Mound Endangered; New Board Members; New Books in SSIF Library; Upcoming Issues of Site Saver.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume XI, Number 1, Fall 2000, 8 pages plus 2-page insert.
    Saving Coldwater (S. Jeffrey); Endoinyo Ormoruwak: A Maasai Sacred Site is Being Preserved (N. Becker); Recommended Reading about the Maasai; 3 Ways of Looking at a British Columbia Petroform Site (R. Gaber); Foundation News, Notes, and Resources: Site Updates: Berkeley Shellmound, Emeryville Shellmound, Medicine Lake, Ocmulgee Old Fields; Shellmound Conference, Who Owns this Body Conference.
  • Site Saver newsletter, Volume XI, Number 2, Winter 2001, 8 pages plus 2-page insert.
    Preserving Sacred Sites in Kosovo After the War (R. Gaber); The Megaliths of Weris & A Brief Megalithic Glossary (J. Palmer); Foundation News, Notes, and Resources: Site Updates: Berkeley Shellmound, Coldwater Springs, MokuÕula; Map of Megaliths of Weris; SSIF Board News; Book Review: Sacred Objects & Sacred Places Ð Preserving Tribal Traditions by Andrew Gulliford; ICOMOS Heritage@Risk Report.
  • Sacred Sites Newsletter, Volume XI, Number 3, Spring 2001, 8 pages plus 2-page insert.
    The Salt Routes of Nepal: Sacred Steps from Traders to Trekkers (K. Paul); Reconstructing of Taktshang Goemba Begun (K. Dorji); Taktsang Glossary (B. Olsen); Guardian Temples of the Four Directions in Old Hanoi (B. Cohen); UNESCO Protection of Ancient Sacred Site Not Enforced Within Romania (N. & L. Becker); Foundation News, Notes, & Resources: 2002 Study Tours, Book Review: Minding a Sacred Place; Site Updates: Kauai’i Heiaus, Jharkhand, Save Camp Coldwater, Mount Shasta.
  • Sacred Sites newsletter, Volume XII, Number 1, Fall 2001. 8 pages with 2-page insert.
    United Kingdom Sites Imperiled: Silbury Hill Protest Reinforces the Need for English Heritage Intervention (A. Norfolk), Unique 3-D Images will Guide English Heritage on Vital Repairs to Prehistoric Monuments (A. Burnham), Sacred Site Preservation Challenges in Ireland (N. & L. Becker); Bulu ImamÕs FamilyÕs Story (B., E. & P. Imam); Preserving Sacred Places in Jharkhand, India (B. Imam); Sacred Sites of Wisconsin (J-B and T. P. Paprock); Foundation News, Notes, & Resources: Site Updates – Sarmizegetusa, Romania; Little Chapel of the Fourteen Bunders, Blaasveld, Belgium; Ocmulgee Old Fields, Georgia, USA; Hazaribagh, India; Reviews: Stone Circles, CD Rom; Aboriginal Australia & the Torres Straight Islands: guide to Indigenous Australia; Study Tours.
  • Sacred Sites newsletter, Volume XII, Number 2, Winter 2002, 8 pages with 2-page insert.
    The Little Chapel of the Fourteen Bunders (J. Palmer); Miami Circle (C. Rhone); San Bruno Mountain (L. Becker); Museum of World Religions in Taipei (P. Ni); John Palmer: Portrait of a Site Saver (N. Becker); Foundation News, Notes, and Resources: Study Tours, Book Reviews: Buddhist Stupas in Asia: The Shape of Perfection by Joe Cummings; Stone Age Soundtracks by Paul Devereux.
  • Sacred Sites newsletter, Volume XII, Number 3, Spring-Summer 2002. 8 pages with 2-page insert.
    The Sacred Sites of Kharkorin (R. Watters); Bok Kai Temple: Marysville, California (N. Becker); Holy Land, Holy Week, Holy Conflicts (F. Hertz); News from Bhutan; Foundation News, Notes & Resources: New Board members; New Books in SSIF Library: Tibet-O-Rama: Self and Other in a Tale from the Edge of Tibet by P. Christiaan Klieger; Navajo Land, Navajo Culture: The Utah Experience in the Twentieth Century by Robert McPherson; Site Updates: Emeryville Shellmound, Coldwater Springs, Weatherman Draw, Saint-Georges Cathedral, MokuÕula.
  • Sacred Sites newsletter, Volume XIII, Number 1, Fall 2002, 8 pages with 2-page insert.
    Coldwater Compromise: Can You Save Half a Spring? (S. Jeffrey); Georgian Churches: Washing Away Sacred Heritage (L & N Becker); Traveling to Turkey (N & L Becker); Sacred Sites Legislation Advances (C. Miller); The Leechekirche: Site of Celtic Burial Mound (N. Becker & J. Palmer); Foundation News, Notes & Resources: Governor Gray Davis Vetoes Sacred Sites Legislation; Other California Sacred Sites Legislation; New Books in SSIF Library: Prayer on Top of the Earth: The Spiritual Universe of the Plains Apaches by Kay Parker; Native People of the Olympic Peninsula: Who we Are by the Olympic Intertribal Cultural Advisory Committee; Cultural Resource Laws & Practice and Thinking About Cultural Management: Essays from the Edge by Thomas King; Spider Woman Walks this Land by Kelli Carmean; Study Tours; SSIF T-shirts; Site Updates: Medicine Lake Highlands, Mount Tindaya, Luxor & Karnak.
  • Sacred Sites newsletter, Volume XIII, Number 2, Winter 2003, 8 pages with 2-page insert.
    The Cathedral of St. George: Resurrection from the Ashes in Beirut, Lebanon (N & L Becker); Murujuga Rock Art Imperiled in Australia (R. Bednarik); Foundation News, Notes & Resources: SSIF Study Tours: The Bok Kai Festival; Apache & Paquime: Cultures of the Borderlands; New Books in the SSIF Library: Sacred Places in North America: 108 Destinations by Brad Olsen; A Cosmos in Stone: Interpreting Religion and Society Through Rock Art by J. David Lewis-Williams; Site Updates: Coldwater Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Ocmulgee Old Fields, Medicine Lake Highlands.
  • Sacred Sites newsletter; Volume XIII, Number 3, Spring 2003, 8 pages with 2-page insert.
    Baldan Baraivan Monastery, Mongolia (M. Hintzke); A Journey to a Mongolian Monastery (M. Hintzke); Tassili-n-Ajjer Algerian Rock Art in Peril: Can Eco-tourism Help? (N & L Becker); Foundation News, Notes & Resources: Lascaux Prehistoric Cave Paintings Imperiled by Fungi; Afghanistan’s Bamiyan Buddhas; Iraqi Museum Artifacts Still Missing; New Books in the SSIF Library:The Pilgrim’s Italy, A Travel Guide to the Saints by James & Colleen Heater; To Become A Human Being: The Message of Tadodaho Chief Leon Shenandoah by Steve Wall; Foundation News; Cave Rock Needs Support.
  • Sacred Sites newsletter, Fall 2003, Volume XIV, Number 3, 8 pages with 2-page insert.
    Kern County Pictograph Site: The Knowledge found at the Site is Being Preserved (S. Siegel); A Brief History of California Indians and the Kawaiisu (S. Siegel); Site Stewardship Assisting Preservation (S. Siegel); Feng Shui and the Shape of Natons & the U.S. Project (D. Swain); Foundation News, Notes & Resources: Zuni Salt Lake Has Been Saved; Coldwater Springs Violated; Urgent Action Letters for Coldwater; African Burial Ground Reburials; SSIF Sends Money to Stop Roads through Petroglyph Monument; In the SSIF Mailbox: E-mails from the Niska Nation and the Indigenous People of Aotearoa, New Zealand, Stonehenge still Endangered; New Books in the SSIF Library and Recommended Books: Geronimo: The Man, His Time, His Place by Angie Debo; An Apache Life-Way by Morris Edward Opler; Women of the Apache Nation by H. Henrietta Stockel; The Many Faces of Mata Ortiz by S. Lowell, J. Hills, J Rodriquez, W. Parks, M. Wisner.
  • Sacred Sites newsletter, Winter 2004, Volume XIV, Number 2, 8 pages with 2-page insert.Octagon Mound: Public Treasure of Private Playground for Golfers? (N & L Becker);Vandalism at the Mnajdra Temples (J. Palmer); Flossenburg Concentration Camp: The Sacred from the Profane (A. Horn); Most Endangered Sacred Sites List Nominations; SSIF Study Tour to Bali; Sand Creek Prayer Stone Action Alert; Federal Lawsuit Filed to Save Burial and other Sacred Sites; Fight Continues at Petroglyph National Monument; Endangered UNESCO Danger List; New UNESCO World Heritage Sites; New Books in the SSIF Library: DePetroglyphis Gallaeciae ; Sacred Sites of Minnesota by John-Brian & Teresa Paprock; Storied Stone: Indian Rock Art of the Black Hills Country by Linea Sundstrum.
  • Sacred Sites newsletter, Spring 2004, Volume XIV, Number 3, 8 pages with 2-page insert.
    Yen Tu Temple Complex (B.Cohen); The Sand Creek Prayer Stone (S. Jeffrey); Amador County Archaeology Site Preserved (J. Costello); The Future of Sacred Places: Temples of Tomorrow – Museums of Culture (J.-B. Paprock); Foundation News, Notes and Resources: Most Endangered Sacred Sites List Nomination Period Extended; Bali: Temples & Ceremonies Study Tour; Mongolia Tour: Summer 2005; Urgent-Action Letter Writing Campaign Reactivated for Belgium Chapel; Octagon Mounds, Ohio Denied Expansion Plans; Second Lawsuit filed in California to protect Medicine Lake Highlands.
  • Sacred Sites newsletter, Fall 2004, Volume XV, Number 1, 8 pages with 2-page insert.
    Violence in Kosovo: Can the Cycle Be Broken? (N. & L. Becker with A. Riedlmayer); The Oldest Jewish Cemetery in California (L. & N. Becker); Rock Climbing at Natural Sacred Sites (N. & L. Becker); Foundation News, Notes, and Resources: Mongolia Study Tour: August 2005; Bali Study Tour: August 2005; California Sacred Sites Bill Signed; Urgent Action Letters: Save Stonehenge; Urgent Action Letters: Petroglyph National Monument; Helping Iraq Rebuild Heritage; Canyon Trail Petroglyph Rock; Board Member Publications; Sacred Sites International in the News.
  • Sacred Sites newsletter, Fall 2005, Volume XVL, Number 1, 8 pages with 2-page insert.
    The Hill of Tara (N & L Becker); The Enigmatic Sara: Matron Saint of the Gypsies and Ancient Divinity (M. Boucher). Foundation News, Notes and Resources: New International Member; Sacred Sites Awards; New in the SSIF Library: The Living Temple: A Journey Through World Sacred Places (DVD) by Anthony Lawlor; African Sacred Groves: Ecological Dynamics & Social Change by M.J. Sheridan & C. Nyamweru.
  • Sacred Sites newsletter, Winter 2005, Volume XV, Number 2, 8 pages.
    2005′s Most Endangered Sacred Sites: Dampier Rock Art, Murujuga, Australia, Hazaribagh and the North Karanpura Valley, Jharkhand State, India, Mangyu Gompa Monastery, Ladakh, India, Tara Hill and the Sacred Landscape of Skryne Valley, Ireland, Carnic Massif and the Sacred Places of Rosia Montana, Romania, Black Hills, South Dakota & Wyoming, United States, Octagon Mounds, Ohio (N & L Becker); Letter from North Kohala: Moment of Understanding (L. Petrucelli); Moku’ula Update: Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii (N & L Becker).
  • Sacred Sites newsletter, Fall 2006 – Winter 2007, Volume XVII, Number 1 & 2, 12 pages.
    After Katrina: Historic Cemeteries of New Orleans (N & L Becker); Cities of the Dead: A Cultural and Social History (F.G. Matero); Funerary Traditions at New Orleans Historic Cemeteries (N & L Becker); 9/11 Sacred Spaces and Sacred Places – Five Years Later (N & L Becker); Foundation News, Notes and Resources: Book Review: Lying Sideways: Tricksters in American Oral Traditions by Franchot Ballinger; European Sites Threatened by Freeways, Development & Bureaucracy; Medicine Lake Highlands, California: Two Unexpected Events; Sacred Sites International Assumes Activist Role: Commenting on Environmental Impact Statements.
  • Sacred Sites newsletter, Spring 2008 – Summer 2008, Volume XVII, Number 3, 12 pages with 2-page insert.
    Are Sacred Forests in Northern Benin Traditional Conservation Areas? (U. Siebert); Book Review: African Sacred Groves: Ecological Dynamics & Social Change by Michael J. Sheridan & Celia Nyamweru; Traditional Indigenous Knowledge: A Local View (E. Khamaganova); Foundation News, Notes and Resources: New International Member: Richard Tuheiava, Serene Conneeley, Peter Hallen, Adrien Hyde; In Memoriam: Hartman Lomawaima; Sacred Sites Awards; New in the SSIF Library: The Living Temple: A Journey through World Sacred Places (DVD) by Anthony Lawlor; Makaya: Kenya’s Sacred Forests (Videotape); African Sacred Groves: Ecological Dynamics & Social Change by M.J. Sheridan & C. Nyamweru; Book Review: New Spiritual Architecture by Phyllis Richardson.
  • Sacred Sites newsletter, Fall 2008-Winter 2009, Volume XX, Numbers 1 & 2, 12 pages with 2-page insert.
    Sacred Sites International Foundation 2008 List Threatened, Saved and Lost Sacred: Lascaux Cave, The McCloud Watershed, Hensler Petroglyph Site, Dampier Rock Art Precinct, The Eldridge Street Synagogue, The McCloud River Watershed, Moku’ula and Loko Mokuhinia, Putiidhem Village, Lower McCloud River, Emeryville Shellmound; Technology Aiding Understanding of Ancient Sacred Sites (N & L Becker); Foundation News, Notes and Resources: Book Review: Maya Sacred Geography and the Creator Deities by Karen Bassie-Sweet; Book Recommendation: The Revenge of Gaia by James Lovelock; Sites Update: Coldwater Springs, Minnesota (Saved); Callanish Standing Stones, Scotland (Threatened); Nine Mile Canyon, Utah (Saved); Mount Shasta, California (Saved?); Medicine Lake Highlands, California (Saved?).
  • Sacred Sites newletter, Spring – Summer 2009, Volume XX, Number 3, 12 pages.
    Lost Memorial Statues Returned to Kenyan Family (M. Udvardy & L. Giles); Lascaux Cave, Montignac, France: An Endangered Site Update (L.L. Beasley); Lascaux (E. Bodien); Cathedral of Christ the Light (T. Lawlor); Journey to Talpa (L. Halderman); Urgent Action Alert! Dongria Kondh Sacred Mountain Imperiled – Orissa, India.
  • Sacred Sites newsletter, Fall 2009 – Winter 2010, Volume XXI, Number 1 & 2, 12 pages.
    Seneca Village: A Sacred Place in the Mind, Central Park, New York City, New York (N & L Becker); A Trip Through the Northern California Foothills: Sacred and Cultural Sites (N & L Becker); Traditional African Religious Artifact Discovered in Maryland (N & L Becker); Foundation News, Notes and Resources: Site Updates: Stone Circles and Windfarms in Scotland (A. Hyde); Medicine Lake Highlands, California; The African Burial Ground.

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