SOURCE: Harvard Gazette
Professor Philip Deloria praised the repatriation of the artifacts as a "rebalancing" of accounts between the tribe and the university.
SOURCE: New York Times
"The institution that held about 12,000 of the items was the Museum of the Bible, a four-year-old Washington museum founded and funded by the Christian evangelical family that owns the Hobby Lobby craft store chain."
Duane Hollow Horn Bear had visited the Weltkulturen Museum in 2019 and submitted a request for the shirt’s return that included a historic portrait photograph, dated to 1900, by John Alvin Anderson.
SOURCE: The Washington Post
The up-and-down nature of past efforts suggests the process could be fraught with pitfalls, including a mixed record of cooperation from the North Koreans.
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