Associated Press: Cornell Univ. returns Native American remains dug up in 1964

Associated Press: Cornell Univ. returns Native American remains dug up in 1964. “Cornell University has returned ancestral remains to the Oneida Indian Nation that were inadvertently dug up in 1964 and stored for decades in a school archive…. The remains, possibly more than 300 years old, were unearthed by people digging a ditch for a water line on an upstate New York farm east of Binghamton in August 1964.”

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