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Table of Contents
|Hard Evidence, 2 nd ed|
|Personal Identification : Theory and Applications|
|The Marty Miller Case: Introducing Forensic Anthropology|
|Multidisciplinary Approach to Human Identification in Homicide Investigation: A Case Study from New York|
|The Herring Casendash;An Outlier|
|An Incidental Finding|
|Science Contextualized: The Identification of a U.S. MIA of the Vietnam War from Two Perspectives|
|Legal Considerations of Forensic Anthropology Casework in the United States|
|Multiple Points of Similarity|
|The Influence of the Daubert Guidelines on Anthropological Methods of Scientific Identification in the Medical Examiner Setting|
|A Forensic Analysis of Human Remains from a Historic Conflict in North Dakota|
|Applications of Archaeology|
|Love Lost and Gone Forever|
|The Contributions of Archaeology and Physical Anthropology to the John McRae Case|
|Unusual ldquo;Crimerdquo; Scenes: The Role of Forensic Anthropology in Recovering and Identifying American MIAs||p. 108|
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