sociologists' party joke gaia religion will outsell world party

John Stroebel (jstroebe@ULTRIX.RAMAPO.EDU)
Tue, 23 Aug 1994 00:58:02 -0400

I apologize for this post. I had not proof-read it before sending it out.
This message is out of line. I have no right asking for
"locations of Native American burial remains." The resting places of the
ancestors of today's native people is a secret to be respected. They were
not respected once, bit treated as "collectables" or "artifacts", not as
human remains to be honored. If I have offended anyone, I apologize. My
question was meant to be "the locations of unpatriated Native American
remains". My intention was to try to bring the people caring for
these remains and the proper spiritual leaders together. In New Jersey and
Pennsylvania, there are many small private museums and private
"collectors" still in posession of the remains of people who are
entitled to a proper burial by their nations.

On Sun, 21 Aug 1994, John Stroebel wrote:

> Hello to all.
> I am new to this list. I'm seeking advice on locations of
> material on 1. Native American history and spirituality, 2. info specific
> to Irriquois, mainly Senica records, 3. places to view Native American
> artifacts, 4. locations of Native American burial remains. If anyone has
> any ideas, I could sure use the advice. Thanks to all, in advance!