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Cornell Univ. returns Native American remains dug up in 1964

Summary by Ground News
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 in August 1964. Police called a Cornell anthropology professor, who determined the remains belonged to a young adult male of Native American ancestry. The remains were stored on campus until after the professor's death in 2014, when they were transferred to the anthropology department.

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