New rules governing how institutions handle Native American human remains and artifacts are roiling tradition-bound museums. New guidelines for the Native American Graves Protection And Repatriation Act, also known as NAGPRA, place Native voices at the forefront, causing many museums to make dramatic about-faces. But not all institutions were taken off guard. Some institutions have been working closely with indigenous communities – perhaps forging a blueprint for others to follow. Stewart Huntington has more.