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Scientists call him the Kennewick Man, tribal members call him the Ancient One, showing just how differently the two worlds view the more than 9,200-year-old skeleton found on a bank of the Columbia River in Kennewick, Washington in 1996.
The two sides came together Tuesday, October 9, when Columbia Plateau tribal leaders met privately with Doug Owsley, a physical anthropologist at the Smithsonian Institutionís National Museum of Natural History.
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