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Detail of Plateau Bag (NMNH catalog no. E204234)
Report Summaries for Northeast

  1. Connecticut
    Inventory and Assessment of Native American Human Remains from the State of Connecticut in the National Museum of Natural History

  2. Fort Brady Michigan
    Inventory and Assessment of Human Remains from Fort Brady, Michigan in the National Museum of Natural History

  3. Menominee
    Inventory and Assessment of Human Remains and Funerary Objects Potentially Affiliated with the Menominee Tribe in the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution

  4. Miami
    Inventory and Assessment of Human Remains Potentially Affiliated with the Miami Tribe in the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution

  5. Ontonagon
    Assessment of a Request for the Repatriation of the Ontonagon Boulder by the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community

  6. Stone Pendant
    Inventory and Assessment of a Stone Pendant (A017905) Requested by the Mohegan Tribe

  7. Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy
    Assessment of the Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy Request to the National Museum of Natural History to Repatriate Two Wampum Items

  8. Winnebago Ho-Chunk
    Inventory and Assessment of Human Remains Potentially Affiliated to the Winnebago/Ho-Chunk Tribes in the National Museum of Natural History

  9. Delaware, Munsee
    Inventory and Assessment of Human Remains and Funerary Objects Requested for Repatriation by the Stockbridge-Munsee Band and Delaware Nation in the National Museum of Natural History

  10. Potawatomi
    Inventory and Assessment of Human Remains Potentially Affiliated with the Potawatomi in the National Museum of Natural History

  11. Mackinac Island
    Inventory and Assessment of Human Remains from Mackinac Island, Michigan, in the National Museum of Natural History

  12. Ontario/Sault Ste. Marie
    Inventory and Assessment of Human Remains and Funerary Objects from Ontario, Canada, Potentially Affiliated with the Sault Ste. Marie Chippewa and Bay Mills Indian Community in the National Museum of Natural History

 

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