Reburial: Is It Reasonable?

Anderson, Duane
September 1985
Archaeology;Sep/Oct85, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p48
Focuses on the issue of reburial for the remains of American Indians that were excavated in archaeological sites in the U.S. Examination of standard archaeological procedures for excavated remains; Proposal of changes in the Iowa Code to the Legislative Service Bureau for drafting; Difficulties encountered with the legislation.


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