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Worlds of Difference: Returning the Haida Bones, Part I

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Worlds of Difference: Returning the Haida Bones, Part I

Worlds of Difference: Returning the Haida Bones, Part I

Worlds of Difference: Returning the Haida Bones, Part I

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Haida villagers perform the raven dance in Old Massett, Queen Charlotte Islands. Allan Coukell/Worlds of Difference hide caption

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Producer Allen Coukell of the Worlds of Difference project travels to Chicago to witness a celebration by the Haida people, a Native American tribe indigenous to the Pacific Northwest. They recently traveled to the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago to retrieve bones of their ancestors, taken by museum curators more than a century ago.

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