Kennewick Man

Author: Douglas W. Owsley
Publisher: Texas A & M University Press
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A thorough examination of the Kennewick Man human remains by forensic anthropologists, archaeologists, geologists, and geochemists reveals the secrets of one of the earliest human occupants of North America.

Three Stones Make A Wall

Author: Eric H. Cline
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400884616
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8381219/Lost-city-of-Atlantis-buried-in-Spanish-wetlands.html. Owsley, Douglas
W., and Richard L. Jantz, eds. 2014. Kennewick Man: The Scientific Investigation
of an Ancient American Skeleton (Peopling of the Americas Publications).
College Station: Texas A&M University Press. Packer, James. 1989. “Politics,
Urbanism, and Archaeology in 'Roma capitale': A Trouble Past and a
Controversial Future.

Pre Columbian Trans Oceanic Contact

Author: Jerald Fritzinger
ISBN: 1329972163
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22]*[27]*[28] The findings of the studyteam convenedunder Owsleyhave been
published in Kennewick Man, The Scientific Investigation of an Ancient American
Skeleton (Douglas W. Owsley and Richard L. Jantz, editors).*[8] In it, multiple
disciplines including ... 31] The Jōmon people and Kennewick Man are thought
by the authors to share common ancestors among seafaring peoples of
coastalAsia withsimilar craniofacial characteristics.*[2]*[32] In June 2015, new
results of DNA ...

Encyclopedia Of Race Ethnicity And Society

Author: Richard T. Schaefer
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1452265860
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Kennewick Man is the appellation bestowed upon the prehistoric human remains
of an individual discovered in the Columbia River at its confluence with the
Snake River, near Kennewick, Washington, during the summer of 1996. A legal
battle ensued between the scientific community and the Native American
community as to whether the bones should be studied or buried. Discovery and
Disputed Claims Kennewick Man's near-complete skeleton had washed into the
riverbed from a ...

Ancient Encounters

Author: James C. Chatters
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684859378
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Kennewick Man and the First Americans James C. Chatters. know that the DNA ...
Wanting to break a new twist to the story and despite Rika's and my efforts to
dissuade her from disclosing this information until the study was finished, she ran
a news story about the work. The Corps ... to halt the analysis. In their zeal to
report "news," the editors of Science, a publication of the American Association
for the Advancement of Science, had inadvertently been instrumental in stifling

Ohio Archaeologist

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Ancient Encounters - Kennewick Man and the First Americans by James C.
Chatters Simon and Schuster - Price $26.00 SPEClAL ARCHAEOLOGY
ASSOClATION EDlTlON Published quarterly, the North American Archaeologist
is the only general Journal ... Anthropologist James Chatters gives a readable
and concise narrative of his involvement and the attempts by him and other
scientists to study the skeleton. lt also details the government efforts to prevent
any study whatever.

Research Penn State

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At present, Jantz is one of eight anthropologists, including several morphometri-
cians, who are suing the federal government for access to further study the bones
of Kennewick Man, found in 1996 on the banks of the Columbia River near
Kennewick, ... that other populations reached North America — perhaps traveling
by kayak via a coastal route, rather than crossing from Central Asia on an ice-
age land bridge, which is the current explanation of how our continent was first

The South African Archaeological Bulletin

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To scientists, Kennewick Man provides a rare insight into the complex and
lengthy peopling of the Americas. To the Umatilla, on whose land 'the Ancient
One' was found, the discovery potentially threatens Native Americans' legal and
emotional appeals to priority and continuity of occupation to justify restrictions on
archaeological research. N AGPRA stipulates that affected Native American
groups demonstrate a cultural affiliation to archaeological materials in order to
assert control ...

Anthropology Newsletter

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Repatriation Law (Re)buries the Past By Nicholas Nicastro (Cornell) With major
stories appearing recently in the New York Times, Washington Post and New
Yorker, Kennewick Man is already the focus of the most publicized clash to date
between scientists and Native Americans over control of archaeological remains.
Much commentary on the case has focused on the questionable racial
typologizing of the skeleton. Categories such as "Cauca- soid" and "Mongoloid"
have been ...