Remains exhumed from Native American school on Army base do not match boy believed buried there, military says


by The Independent

The Independent— Around 186 Native American children are reported to have died at the school

The Morning Call—Disinterred remains from cemetery at Pennsylvania Army base do not match Native American boy. The military says that remains exhumed from a U.S. Army base in Pennsylvania do not belong to the Native American teenager recorded to have been buried there more than a century ago

ABC News—Army: Disinterred remains do not match Native American boy. The military says that remains exhumed from a U.S. Army base in Pennsylvania do not belong to the Native American teenager recorded to have been buried there more than a century ago

ABC News—Native children's remains to be moved from Army cemetery. The Army has started disinterring the remains of eight Native American children who died at a government-run boarding school that operated in Pennsylvania between 1879 and 1918