Human Remains Found in Search for 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre VictimsBreaking News
tags: racism, Oklahoma, 1920s, Tulsa race massacre
A state archaeological team announced Tuesday they've located human remains in their search for victims from the 1921 Race Massacre.
The team said the remains were recovered during the search at Oaklawn Cemetery.
They said they have a positive identification as of this morning and they located an intact grave shaft.
State Archaeologist Kary Stackelbeck said they are in the process of analyzing the remains.
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