The Cliff Palace at Mesa Verde, as photographed by Swedish researcher Gustaf Nordenskiold in 1891. He took more than 600 Native American artifacts, including several sets of human remains, home with him, and they wound up in the National Museum of Finland. Now, many of them will be headed back to Colorado for repatriation. (Courtesy of Mesa Verde Archive)

More than a century ago, a European visitor took more than 600 Native American remains and artifacts from Colorado’s Mesa Verde

Now, a landmark agreement promises to return them from a museum in Finland, while highlighting a contentious period in the state’s history

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