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After European colonization, the ancestral remains of Indigenous people were often collected for scientific research or display in museum collections. For many decades, Indigenous people, including Native Americans and Aboriginal Australians, have fought for their return. However, many of these remains have no recorded provenance, making their repatriation very difficult or impossible. To determine whether DNA-based methods could resolve this important problem, we sequenced 10 nuclear genomesdoi:10.1126/sciadv.aau5064 pmid:30585290 pmcid:PMC6300400 fatcat:5v7p2bmjn5djvom6i4ghlrjuwm