From The Santa Fe New Mexican:
May 24, 1989: The remains of more than 70 people uncovered at the Santuario de Guadalupe have become the subject of an emerging dispute between the Guadalupe Historic Foundation and The University of New Mexico. The Department of Anthropology at The University of New Mexico wants to examine the remains for clues to the people who lived in Santa Fe more than 200 years ago. Ed “Gonzo” Gonzales, president of the foundation’s board of directors, said, “Out of respect for the people who have relatives buried there, we can’t be releasing these remains that might be taken away from the Santuario itself.”
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