Kennewick Man, Identity, and the Failure of Forensic History

HISTORY IN COURT: HISTORICAL EXPERTISE AND METHODS IN A FORENSIC CONTEXT, p. 241, Alain Wijffels, ed., Ius Deco Publications, 2001

28 Pages Posted: 15 Apr 2010

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M. C. Mirow

Florida International University (FIU) - College of Law

Date Written: April 15, 2001

Abstract

This paper examines the failure of forensic history to define identity in the context of the Kennewick Man case and NAGPRA.

Keywords: Identity, Kennewick, NAGPRA, Forensic History, Bonnichsen, Native American

Suggested Citation

Mirow, M. C., Kennewick Man, Identity, and the Failure of Forensic History (April 15, 2001). HISTORY IN COURT: HISTORICAL EXPERTISE AND METHODS IN A FORENSIC CONTEXT, p. 241, Alain Wijffels, ed., Ius Deco Publications, 2001, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1590289

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