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Tribes seek to protect NAGPRA

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2002

The tribes appealing the Kennewick Man case want to protect federal repatriation law, a Nez Perce attorney said.

The Idaho tribe is part of a coalition that claims the Ancient One as an ancestor. They are challenging a federal judge's decision to allow his 9,000-year-old bones to be studied.

Get the Story:
NW tribes announce Kennewick Man appeal (The Mid Columbia Tri-City Herald 10/23)
Kennewick Man fight not over (The Oregonian 10/23)
Judge: Tribes can appeal for Kennewick Man (AP 10/23)

Today on Indianz.Com:
Tribes join Kennewick Man case (10/23)

Relevant Links:
Kennewick Man, Department of Interior - http://www.cr.nps.gov/aad/kennewick
Friends of America's Past - http://www.friendsofpast.org
Kennewick Man Virtual Interpretive Center, The Tri-City (Washington) Herald - http://www.kennewick-man.com

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