Before Farming

The Kennewick Man dispute: courts of last resort?

Before Farming (2004), 2004, (2), 1–3.

Abstract

Access Token
£25.00
READ THIS ARTICLE
If you have private access to this content, please log in with your username and password here

Ackerman, DW 1997. Kennewick Man: The meaning of "cultural affiliation" and "major scientific benefit" in the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act. Tulsa Law Journal 33:359-383. Kennewick Man: The meaning of "cultural affiliation" and "major scientific benefit" in the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act Tulsa Law Journal 33 359 383 Google Scholar

Associated Press 2004. Scientists win another battle over Kennewick man (April 20, 2004). Google Scholar

 Google Scholar

Brown, MF 2003. Who Owns Native Culture? Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Who Owns Native Culture? Google Scholar

Chatters, JC 2000. The recovery and first analysis of an Early Holocene human skeleton from Kennewick, Washington. American Antiquity 65:291-316. The recovery and first analysis of an Early Holocene human skeleton from Kennewick, Washington American Antiquity 65 291 316 Google Scholar

Chatters, JC 2001. Ancient encounters: Kennewick man and the first Americans. New York: Simon and Schuster. Ancient encounters: Kennewick man and the first Americans Google Scholar

Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation 2000. Tribe opposed to DNA testing of Ancient One. http://www.umatilla.nsn.us/kman5.html Google Scholar

Echo-Hawk, RC 2000. Ancient history in the New World: integrating oral traditions and the archaeological record. American Antiquity 65:267-290. Ancient history in the New World: integrating oral traditions and the archaeological record American Antiquity 65 267 290 Google Scholar

Echo-Hawk, RC & Echo-Hawk, WR 1994. Battlefields and burial grounds: The Indian struggle to protect ancestral graves in the United States. Minneapolis, MN: Lerner Publications. Battlefields and burial grounds: The Indian struggle to protect ancestral graves in the United States Google Scholar

Fiedel, SJ 2004. The Kennewick follies: "New" theories about the peopling of the Americas. Journal of Anthropological Research 60(1):75-110. The Kennewick follies: "New" theories about the peopling of the Americas Journal of Anthropological Research 60 75 110 Google Scholar

Fine-Dare, KS 2002. Grave injustice: The American Indian Repatriation Movement and NAGPRA. Lincoln: University of Nebraska. Grave injustice: The American Google Scholar

Hill, RL 2004. Kennewick Man will go to scientists. Oregon Live February 5, 2004 ( http://www.nathpo.org/News/NAGPRA/News-NAGPRA Google Scholar

Lannan, RW 1998. Anthropology and restless spirits: The Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, and the unresolved issues of prehistoric human remains. Harvard Environmental Law Review 22:369-439. Anthropology and restless spirits: The Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, and the unresolved issues of prehistoric human remains Harvard Environmental Law Review 22 369 439 Google Scholar

Lovis, WA, Kintigh, KW, Steponaitis, VP & Goldstein, LG 2004. Archaeological perspectives on NAGPRA: underlying principles, legislative history, and current issues. In Richman, JR & Forsyth, MP (eds), Legal perspectives on cultural resources. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press:81-96. Legal perspectives on cultural resources 81 96 Google Scholar

National Park Service 2000a. Determination that the Kennewick human skeleton remains are "Native American" for the purposes of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), January 11, 2000. http://www.cr.nps.gov/aad/kennewick/c14memo.htm Google Scholar

National Park Service 2000b. Memorandum: Results of radiocarbon dating the Kennewick human skeletal remains, January 13, 2000. http://www.cr.nps.gov/aad/kennewick/c14memo.htm Google Scholar

 Google Scholar

Owsley, DW & Jantz, RL 2002. Kennewick Man - A Kin? Too Distant. In Barkan, A & Bush, R, Claiming the stones/Naming the bones: Issues: Cultural property and the negotiation of national and ethnic identity. Los Angeles, CA: Getty Research Institute. Claiming the stones/Naming the bones: Issues: Cultural property and the negotiation of national and ethnic identity Google Scholar

Schneider, AL 2004. Kennewick man: The three-million dollar man. In Richman, JR & Forsyth, MP (eds) Legal perspectives on cultural resources. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press:165-184. Legal perspectives on cultural resources 165 184 Google Scholar

Thomas, DH 2000. Skull Wars: Kennewick man, archaeology, and the battle for Native American identity. New York: Basic Books. Skull Wars: Kennewick man, archaeology, and the battle for Native American identity Google Scholar

Tsosie, R 1999. Privileging claims to the past: Ancient human remains and contemporary cultural values. Arizona State Law Journal 31:583-677. Privileging claims to the past: Ancient human remains and contemporary cultural values Arizona State Law Journal 31 583 677 Google Scholar

Whiteley, PM 2002. Archaeology and oral tradition: The scientific importance of dialogue. American Antiquity 67:405-418. Archaeology and oral tradition: The scientific importance of dialogue American Antiquity 67 405 418 Google Scholar

If you have private access to this content, please log in with your username and password here

Details

Author details

Thomas, David