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[Bjorkman 2016] Bjorkman, Rosemary. Between a Rock and a Hard Place — Establishing the Ownership of the Range Creek Flute under the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, The 35th Great Basin Anthropological Conference, Reno, Nevada, October 5–8, 2016 (October 7, 2016).

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