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Paris auction house turns deaf ear to Native American appeals

The EVE Auction House in Paris is getting ready to sell off a collection of historical and highly controversial objects. Kachina dolls made by Hopi and Zuni Native American tribes [Credit: Eve Auction House]The collection notably includes a ceremonial war shield, masks, a shrunken head, a warrior jacket adorned with human scalps, ancient jewelry, and ceremonial stones. Most of the collection can be traced back to Native American...

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