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The 20-year battle over North America’s most famous ancient man has come to a close.
The Ancient One was laid to rest after a 21-year legal and political battle over the status of the remains.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is required to transfer the remains of the Kennewick Man within 90 days.
The Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act includes one repatriation provision, two major infrastructure packages, three land-into-trust acquisitions and four water settlements.
The Kennewick Man will finally be coming home once President Barack Obama signs a national water bill into law.
The Fallon-Paiute Shoshone Tribe has been seeking to rebury the remains of the Spirit Cave Man for two decades.
Lawmakers worked late into the night to address a water crisis but not the one being followed by Indian Country.
The Water Resources Development Act includes a slew of pro-tribal provisions but doesn't address the current crisis at Standing Rock.
The Bring the Ancient One Home Act is a unique opportunity for Congress to enforce existing law, correct the mistakes of the past twenty years and weave an important thread of Native American history back into our modern lives.
The tribes are lobbying Congress to pass legislation that would bring the Ancient One back to his relatives.
A scientist in Denmark is employing cutting-edge techniques to show how Native people are linked genetically to their ancestors in the Americas.
The epic saga of the skeleton known as the Ancient One (by Native Americans) and Kennewick Man (by scientists) has taken a wild turn.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has once again confirmed that the remains known to the tribe as the Ancient One are Native American.
When Indian knowledge systems meet Western knowledge systems—then tribal views are diminished in favor of mainstream values.
Remains that have been declared to be 'Native American' remain in limbo under a lawsuit filed by professors at the University of California.
S.1979, the Bring the Ancient One Home Act, would finally allow Pacific Northwest tribes to rebury one of their ancestors.
Pacific Northwest tribes have been waiting nearly two decades to rebury an ancestor who has been linked to them by DNA.
'We have always maintained the belief that the Ancient One was one of us,' Colville Tribes Chairman Jim Boyd said.
The 9,500-year-old remains were discovered on federal land in Washington that was once a part of the Umatilla Reservation.
Scientists have finally published their research into the 9,500-year-old remains of the Kennewick Man.
Even though researchers say the girl did not physically resemble modern-day Natives, DNA testing showed that she shared similar genes.
Five Pacific Northwest tribes will continue efforts to repatriate Kennewick Man.
An anthropologist who told tribal leaders that Kennewick Man was not a Native person has found a new cause -- cannibalism at Jamestown, the first European settlement in Virginia. Doug...
"If Kennewick man had stayed hidden for just one more month, most of the tough, widely-roaming hunter from the West Coast might have never been found. A few weeks before...
An anthropologist from the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History told tribal leaders that Kennewick Man, whose remains date back 9,500 years, was not Native American, The Seattle Times reports....
"Federal archaeologists are investigating a very old jawbone that turned up Monday along the Columbia River in Kennewick. The human remains were found a short distance from where Kennewick Man...
"Q. “Has there been any new information gained from human remains known as Kennewick Man or the Ancient One?” The Burke: Prior to any court rulings, a thorough examination of...