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September 22, 1988 | CHARLES HILLINGER, Times Staff Writer
Nevada Department of Museums archeologist Pat Olson stood on a bluff leveled off at the top for construction of a new home. She pointed to a recently completed house a few hundred yards away. "Bulldozers pushed over the cliff skeletal remains of nine Indians and personal artifacts buried with them 1,000 years ago on the land where that house now stands," the archeologist said sadly. "It just makes me sick that we had no way to stop it.
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September 22, 1988 | CHARLES HILLINGER, Times Staff Writer
Nevada Department of Museums archeologist Pat Olson stood on a bluff leveled off at the top for construction of a new home. She pointed to a recently completed house a few hundred yards away. "Bulldozers pushed over the cliff skeletal remains of nine Indians and personal artifacts buried with them 1,000 years ago on the land where that house now stands," the archeologist said sadly. "It just makes me sick that we had no way to stop it.
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