Anthropologist to return soldiers' remains

04/10/2012 | Record (Kitchener, Ontario), The

Three boxes of bone fragments of soldiers who died in the French and Indian War will soon be returned to the site of the battle in which they died 250 years ago. Maria Liston, an anthropologist at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada, has stored the remains for nearly 20 years. Later this month, she will return them to the site of the battle at Fort William Henry in Lake George, N.Y.

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