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Thing About Skins
Interior Announces $1.6M in NAGPRA Grants, Arizona State Museum Among Recipients
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and National Park Service Director Jon Jarvis announced availability of $1.6 million in federal grant money to document and help return human remains...
Bois Forte Band of Chippewa Gets Some 7,000 Artifacts Back
A collection of some 7,000 artifacts was returned to the Bois Forte Band of Chippewa July 16 by the Minnesota Historical Society (MHS) after a request was made by the band for the ...
Smithsonian to Repatriate Bear River Massacre Remains to Northwestern Shoshone
???On January 29, 1863, a regiment of about 200 volunteers, led by Colonel Patrick Edward Connor, murdered an estimated 300 Northwestern Shoshone men, women and children in what is...
Albert Afraid of Hawk, One of Buffalo Bill's Rough Riders, Is Heading Home
Christine Rose, Editor for BethelPatch
For more than 100 years, Albert Afraid of Hawk has been resting in a grave between a dirt road and wooded hills in Danbury, Connecticutt's Wooster Cemetery...
Native Remains Returned to Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians
A year after their discovery in Hartford, Michigan, the remains of their ancestors have been turned over to tribal authorities of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians ...
Aboriginal Groups Want Beothuk Remains Repatriated
The Beothuk , the original inhabitants of the island of Newfoundland, were extinct by 1829 as a result of contact with Europeans, disease, malnutrition, conflict with settlers and ...
South Africa’s Khoisan See Repatriation Happen of Ancestors Remains More Than 100 Years Later
When the stolen bodies of Klaas and Trooi Pienaar left their country of birth, South Africa in 1909, it was under the cover of darkness...
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