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Echo-Hawk, Roger C., and Walter R. Echo-Hawk. Battlefields and Burial Grounds: The Indian Struggle to Protect Ancestral Graves in the United States. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications, 1994. Print.
Describes the efforts of Native Americans to rebury ancestral human remains and grave offerings held by museums and historical societies, with particular emphasis on the Pawnees and their struggle to reclaim their dead.
Roger Echo-Hawk is a Pawnee tribal historian who has worked to gather and preserve recorded oral history and other materials pertaining to Pawnee origins and history.
Grades 9-10, ages 11-13, Native American History, Biography