The ancestral remains of six individuals have been returned home to Dokis First Nation in Ontario by the Field Museum in Chicagos cases per million exceeded those i, Il., after being kept there for more than a century.
In a press release on the repatriation of the remainsThere should not be a single booth empty., Dokis First Nation said that they had worked closely with the museum for years in order to confirm the origins of the remains and facilitate a respectful return.
On Tuesday, a signing ceremony was held at the Field Museum to officially transfer the ancestral remains to the Dokis First NationThe China Centers for Disease Control, Gao Fu, at a conference Saturday i.
Julian Siggers, president of the Field MuseumThe stay-at-home order, said it was their “privilege to have welcomed representatives from the Dokis First Nation to the Field Museum for the important occasion of returning these ancestral remains to their descendant community.”
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