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Construction workers discovered bones, believed to be a Native American during an archaeological excavation on a California highway.
“On Wednesday, Sept. 25, in what turned out to be the bones were found by construction workers who were excavating as part of the I-405 Freeway Improvement Project,” said a spokesman for the Orange County Transportation Authority told Fox News, via an e-mail statement. “The archaeologist and the county coroner have been consulted on, and audited, what was found at the site, and has determined that they are human remains, most likely of indian origin.”
The spokesman pointed out that the construction of the I-405 freeway is immediately stopped in the area where the bones were found. Work stopped in the fields, while all procedures are being followed,” he added.
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Civil servants are not in a position to find out the location of the finding, stating that the law of California and over the graves, cemeteries and sacred sites, as well as to make sure that people are able to try to explore the surrounding area.
A file photo of 405 freeway widening project, Southbound traffic on the 405 freeway, on the left, is the new Slater Avenue, bridge, Fountain, Valley, on Wednesday, August 28, 2019.
(Photo by Mark Rightmire/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images)
“The OCTA is working with Caltrans, which oversees and ensures that the state’s established procedures will be followed, including consultation with the California Native American Heritage Commission,” the spokesman said. The commission determines whether or not a is most likely a descendant of a local native american tribe. The SERVICE and its partners to recognise the cultural sensitivity of the issue, and will work with all stakeholders to ensure an appropriate and sensitive procedures that have been followed.”
The spokesman pointed out that the work is being continued on the 16-foot highway improvement project, except for the area where the bones were found. The improvement project, which stretches from Costa Mesa to the county line.
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To quote from the Orange County coroner’s office, The Orange County Register reports that Native American remains have been found in Orange County at least twice a year.
Other Native American sites have been garnering attention recently. An old native american village in Louisiana, for example, by the disclosure of the secrets, thanks to a new study.
The study of the ancient mound builders lived in the Mississippi River Delta near present-day New Orleans and gives a new insight into how settlements originated and why they were abandoned.
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In another recent project, the archaeologists discovered an “unprecedented” 7,000-year-old american indian burial site under the Gulf of Mexico, off the coast of Florida.
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By 2016, researchers at the Cahokia Mounds near Collinsville, Ill., published a study that sheds new light on the ancient city’s power structure.
Fox News, Travis Fedschun, contributed to this article.
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