Cut Nose, who in the Massacre of 1862 in Minnesota, killed 18 women and children and 5 men. After being hanged Cut Nose's body was dissected. The skeleton cleaned, dried and varnished. Dr. William Worrall Mayo kept it in an iron kettle in his home office. In the late 20th century, the identifiable remains of Cut Nose and other Native Americans were returned by the Mayo Clinic to a Dakota tribe for reburial per the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act.