Letters: Apr. 3, 2006

The Tale of the Ancient Bones

Although the skeleton of Kennewick Man was unearthed 10 years ago, Native Americans kept scientists from examining the 9,400-year-old remains until last summer. Our report on the fight and the findings caught the eye of readers eager to learn what such bones can tell us about the settlement of the Americas

Personal experience as a Japanese American has always led me to believe early man in America came from Asia, as one theory posits in your story "Who Were the First Americans?" [March 13]. As a youngster I saw a picture of an Eskimo girl...

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