Questions go unanswered about ancestry of Wash. state's Kennewick Man

07/29/2013 | Seattle Times, The

Kennewick Man, a more than 9,500-year-old human skeleton found about 20 years ago in Washington state, is at the center of a debate between science and tradition. While members of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Indian Reservation want the man -- who they say is likely Native American -- repatriated so they can give him a proper burial, researchers in Denmark are working on advanced DNA testing procedures that could unlock the mysteries of Kennewick Man's ancestry and history.

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