Repatriation of individuals to the Haida Nation

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Planning a Homecoming For Indians' Remains The New York Times
A raven, as the legend goes, grew tired, and so dropped stones into the sea and created the Haida Gwaii islands to have a place to rest. Things did not work out so well for man.
In the late 19th century, collectors visiting the islands, which belong to British Columbia and are just south of Alaska, left with the remains of hundreds of American Indians. In recent years, museums all over the world have identified Haida bones, skulls and entire skeletons as part of their collections. [Full Text]