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More information and documentation can be found in our developer tools s. The determinations within this notice are the sole responsibility of the museum, institution, or Federal agency that has control of these Native American human remains and associated funerary objects.

Notice of inventory completion for native american human remains and associated funerary objects in the possession of the university of nebraska-lincoln, lincoln, ne

The National Park Service is not responsible for the determinations within this notice. No known individual was identified.

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No associated funerary objects are present. Based on archeological evidence, this individual has been identified as Native American from the Archaic period. Inhuman remains representing one individual from site 25BO8, Boone County, NE was acquired under unknown circumstances from person s unknown. The one associated funerary object is a soil sample with red ochre. Based on dental morphology and wear, the condition of the human remains, and the presence of red ochre, this individual has been identified as Native American from the Archaic period.

No known individuals were identified. The condition of these human remains resembles those from known Archaic, Woodland, or Central Plains Tradition sites, however, these human remains are too fragmentary to as temporal or cultural affiliation. Inhuman remains representing one individual were recovered from a sand pit at the Hemmingford fossil quarries in Box Butte County, NE by a Works Progress Administration worker.

Based on the recovery location and copper staining of the human remains, this individual has been determined to be Native American from the historic period.

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The one associated funerary object present is an antler fragment. In the 's, this individual was originally disturbed by county residents and re-interred in a metal can. The original burial was said to have been in a sitting position. Based on the reported manner of interment, associated funerary objects, and highly mineralized condition of the human remains, this individual has been identified as Native American from the Archaic period.

Inhuman remains representing seven individuals were excavated from site 25BF, 2. Witty and P. Based on the condition of the human remains, these individuals have been identified as Native American, dating to online Woodland period. Inhuman remains representing one individual were lent to the University of Nebraska State Museum by A.

McReynolds of Nehawka, NE. These human remains now are considered part of the permanent collection. Based on dental morphology and the condition of the human remains, this individual has been identified as Native American dating to the Woodland or Central Plains Tradition period. Inhuman remains representing one individual were catalogued into the collections of the University of Nebraska State Museum. No documentation exists for these human remains, but they are pd to have been recovered from Cass County, NE.

Based on dental morphology and the condition of the human remains, this individual has been identified as Native Native dating to the Archaic to Woodland period. At an unknown date, human remains representing two individuals were removed from the Sterns site 25CC28 in Cass County, NE by person s unknown. Remains of one of the individuals are highly mineralized and probably date from an earlier period than the other individual. Betweenthe Sterns site also known as the Walker-Gilmore site was investigated numerous times. Based on material culture and the preservation of the human remains, these individuals have been identified as Native American from a Lincoln site with Late Woodland Sterns Creek and Nebraska Phase components.

The one associated funerary object is a split-rib awl. Based on dental wear, the associated funerary object, and red dating staining on the human remains, these individuals have been identified as Native American, dating to the Woodland period or earlier.

Wood or Dr. A minimum of associated funerary objects includes a minimum of 15 shell bead fragments, 1 fragmented shell pendant, a minimum of 8 pieces of unmodified shell, and a minimum of wood fragments.

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Based on the condition of the human remains, the manner of interment bundle burialsand the east-west burial orientation, these individuals have been identified as Native American from the pre-contact period, probably Woodland. Spaulding under the direction of J. Inhuman remains representing two individuals were recovered from the Fort site, 25CD11, in Cedar County, NE during excavations conducted under the supervision of A. Spaulding and John Champe of the University of Nebraska. A minimum of associated funerary objects includes a minimum of glass be, 1 shell bead, and 1 cup and 1 mirror broken into a minimum of 12 fragments.

Based on the associated funerary objects and red staining on the human remains, these individuals have been identified as Native American from the historic period. Inhuman remains representing seven individuals were excavated from the Burney site 25CD21Cedar County, NE during a University of Nebraska field school under the direction of Franklin Fenenga.

The 27 associated funerary objects are be made from bone and shell, and pieces of worked and unworked shell.

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Based on ceramics, the Burney site has been identified as a multi-component site with both Woodland and Central Plains Tradition occupations. Based on archeological evidence, including ceramics and the condition of the human remains, these individuals have been identified as Native American dating to the Loeske Creek or Sterns Creek foci of the Woodland period and the Central Plains Tradition period.

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Based on the condition of the human remains, this individual has been identified as Native American, most likely dating to the Woodland period. Based on dental wear and morphology, this individual has been identified as Native American.

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These human remains are believed to have come from Cherry County, NE. Based on osteological features and the condition of the human remains, this individual has been identified as Native American. The three associated funerary objects include one leather knife sheath with associated metal and leather fragments, a piece of glass, and a red paint stone. Based on the associated funerary objects, this individual has been determined to be Native American from the historic period.

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At the time of acquisition, this individual was identified as Native American by museum staff. Based on osteololgical evidence and the wet gravel pit location of these human remains, this individual has been identified as Native American from an unknown period.

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At an unknown date, human remains representing one individual were found in a box with material from the gravel pits in Cuming County, NE. Based on the condition of the human remains, this individual has been identified as Native American. The remains are highly mineralized, Start Printed indicating either great antiquity or possibly the effects of burial in gravel. The remains are from an unknown period.

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At an unknown date, human remains representing one individual were collected from the Wisner sand pit, Cuming County, NE by unknown person s and donated to the University of Nebraska. Based on osteological evidence and the sand pit settling location where these human remains were recovered, this individual has been identified as Native American from an unknown period.

During the 's, human remains representing two individuals were recovered from the Schmidt gravel pit, west of West Point, Cuming County, NE by unknown person s and donated to the University of Nebraska. Based on osteological evidence and the condition of the human remains, these individuals have been determined to be Native American from an unknown period.

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At an unknown date, human remains representing four individuals were collected from a wet gravel pit 25CM2 near West Point, Cuming County, NE by unknown person s and donated to the University of Nebraska. Based on osteological evidence, these individuals have been identified as Native American from an unknown period. One individual has been suggested to date to the Paleoindian or Early Archaic periods. At an unknown date, human remains representing two individuals were dug out of a hilltop near Cornstock, Custer County, NE by unknown parties and donated to the University of Nebraska.

At an unknown date, human remains representing one individual were found behind a schoolhouse in Dakota County, NE by person s unknown.

Based on geographic location and the condition of the human remains, this individual has been identified as Native American dating to the Archaic or Woodland period. Based on the condition of the human remains and skeletal evidence, these individuals have been identified as Native Americans from the pre-contact period. Based on material culture and the condition of the human remains, site 25DK2A has been identified as a Woodland burial mound.

Based on material culture, skeletal morphology and the condition of the human remains, these individuals have been identified as Native American from the Woodland period. The Ryan site consists of a series of three mounds with multi-component features.

Based on the good condition of these human remains, this individual has been identified as Native American from the late pre-contact or historic periods. Inhuman remains representing one individual were collected by S. Bartos, Jr. Based on skeletal morphology, this individual has been identified as Native American from an unknown period. At an unknown date, human remains representing one individual from site 25DK17 were acquired by the University of Nebraska State Museum under unknown circumstances.

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