Ohio org is No. 2 in Native American artifacts required to be returned by federal law. What's being done?
A federal law from 1990 requires public institutions like museums and universities to return Native American artifacts — hundreds of thousands of human remains, funerary objects and other items. Ohio's historical society, called Ohio History Connection, holds the second largest collection of objects in the country.
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