from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Staël, Madame de. In full Baronne Anne Louise Germaine Necker de Staël-Holstein. 1766-1817. French writer, literary patron, and critic who introduced romanticism to French literature in On Germany (1810).
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With archaeologists at hand, the bag containing the skull -- intact with hair and skin -- was retrieved, and law enforcement conducted a search of Brecheisen's by now mostly vacant home.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Mary Katherine McCulloch decided there wasn't enough evidence to bring a criminal case against family members who had dismantled the estate or others who had been in Brecheisen's home and seen "museum quality" artifacts -- and the mummified remains of a second Buffalo Soldier -- and never reported it to authorities.
Authorities believe that Brecheisen's family sold off many Civil War and American Indian artifacts gathered from grave robbing at Fort Craig and other locations in New Mexico.