Smithsonian physical anthropologists Karin Bruwelheide, left, and Doug Owsley discuss the position of the Kennewick Man skeleton during an anatomical layout of the remains.
Smithsonian physical anthropologists Karin Bruwelheide, left, and Doug Owsley discuss the position of the Kennewick Man skeleton during an anatomical layout of the remains. File Chip Clark/Smithsonian
Smithsonian physical anthropologists Karin Bruwelheide, left, and Doug Owsley discuss the position of the Kennewick Man skeleton during an anatomical layout of the remains. File Chip Clark/Smithsonian

Tribes return ancient Kennewick Man to the ground

February 19, 2017 07:24 PM

UPDATED February 21, 2017 11:08 AM

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