Identification of historical human skeletal remains: a case study using skeletal and dental age, history and DNA

@inproceedings{Katzenberg2005IdentificationOH,
  title={Identification of historical human skeletal remains: a case study using skeletal and dental age, history and DNA},
  author={Marc Katzenberg and Gerald A. Oetelaar and J. Oetelaar and Charles M. Fitzgerald and Dongya Y. Yang and Shelley Rae Saunders},
  year={2005}
}
Excavation of an early historical (circa 1900) church cemetery in Cochrane, Alberta, Canada, revealed the graves of six individuals. All but one had been previously excavated and the individuals were re-interred elsewhere. The remaining grave contained a coffin burial of an infant including most of the skeleton, crowns of forming deciduous teeth, scalp and hair. The remains were excavated and historical research was carried out to determine possible families who had used the cemetery. Skeletal… CONTINUE READING

Topics from this paper.

Similar Papers

Citations

Publications citing this paper.
SHOWING 1-9 OF 9 CITATIONS

Incremental enamel development in modern human deciduous anterior teeth.

  • American journal of physical anthropology
  • 2012
VIEW 1 EXCERPT
CITES BACKGROUND