Civil War Skeleton Sale Sparks New Law

New Hampshire officials have banned the sale of human remains and items buried with a person after an auction house put the skeletal remains of a Civil War soldier up for sale.

Earlier this month, Granite State officials changed the law that allowed human remains and grave goods to be sold on the open market in the state.

Human remains include not only the remains of the person, but also jewelry, clothing, memorabilia and other personal items that were buried with a person.

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