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Chapter 2
Report on the Osteological Assessment of the "Kennewick Man" Skeleton (CENWW.97.Kennewick)
Joseph F. Powell and Jerome C. Rose

Table 8
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Probability of group membership for Kennewick Man in 22 modern populations (Howells 1989), based on inter-individual squared Mahalanobis' distances derived from 45 craniometric variables
Closest Populations Mahalanobis Distance Typicality Probability
Moriori 17.44 0.133782
N. Moriori 19.98 0.067465
Ainu 22.86 0.028938
S. Moriori 24.25 0.018805
Arikara 25.39 0.013079
 
Farthest Populations Mahalanobis Distance Typicality Probability
Phillipines 35.44 0.000398
Peru 36.39 0.000280
Hainan 38.04 0.000151
Berg 46.13 0.000007
Bushmen 48.25 0.000003

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