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I was watching a documentary on Discovery on Kennewickman a few weeks ago. Thought I'd see what the current status is, and what I could find online. Here we go. A Battle Over Bones "An 8,400-year-old skeleton found in Washington State has become the subject of a legal battle between scientists, who want it studied, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which was planning to turn it over to five American Indian tribes, several of which want it reburied immediately. The skeleton is one of the oldest ever found in the New World, more than 90 percent of it has been recovered, and enough organic material remains to permit radiocarbon dating and DNA analysis." You might also like to check out the book "Ancient Encounters: Kennewick Man and the First Americans" by James C. Chatters at Amazon.