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Kennewick Man Finally Declared Native American, Remains to Be Returned to Tribes for Reburial
Kennewick Man Finally Declared Native American, Remains to Be Returned to Tribes for Reburial The ancient skeleton known as Kennewick Man is related to modern Native American tribes, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Wednesday, opening the process for returning to tribes for burial one of the ol...
Firsthand Account of Federal Hearing on the Fracking of the Chaco Landscape
Firsthand Account of Federal Hearing on the Fracking of the Chaco Landscape When you represent regular people fighting against the oil and gas industry, you get used to playing David to their Goliath. Still, when I went into court on July 13, with my single co-counsel, I didn’t expect to have to f...
Conservationists Push to Preserve Chaco Landscape
Conservationists Push to Preserve Chaco Landscape Paul Reed, a preservation archaeologist with Tucson-based Archaeology Southwest and a Chaco scholar, led tribal members of the Acoma Historic Preservation Office and others to Chaco Culture National Historical Park and the park's outlying areas last ...
Another Study Finds Kennewick Man Was Native American
Another Study Finds Kennewick Man Was Native American On Thursday, Danish scientists published an analysis of DNA obtained from the skeleton. Kennewick Man’s genome clearly does not belong to a European, the scientists said. “It’s very clear that Kennewick Man is most closely related to conte...
Museum of Northern Arizona Director Robert Breunig Announces Retirement
Museum of Northern Arizona Director Robert Breunig Announces Retirement Robert Breunig announced Tuesday he will be retiring next summer after more than 11 years as president and chief executive officer of the Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff. Breunig, 68, has been praised as both a stabili...