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Within days of those exhumations, the family of George El, who died at Carlisle in 1891, told the Inquirer they want his remains returned. D., say they’re exploring the recovery of five children.
He’s the author of China Ghosts: My Daughter's Journey to America, My Passage to Fatherhood, and has written about adoption for publications including the New York Times.
“We need people to know what’s going on at Carlisle.” Also speaking will be Matthew L.
Campbell, a staff lawyer at the Native American Rights Fund who has worked on repatriation issues.
The conference follows the August return of the remains of two boys who died at the school, Little Chief and Horse, to their Northern Arapaho people on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming.
To tribes watching events at the cemetery, controlled by the U. Army, that repatriation proved the process could work.