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For six days beginning November 7, 1862, about 1,700 Dakota people—mostly women and children—who had surrendered but had not been sentenced to death or prison, were removed from the Lower Agency to an internment camp along the river below Fort Snelli

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I was in uniform when a Standing Rock grandmother stopped me and hugged me so hard!! Grandmother said that it has been a long time since she had felt safe...I wept.(I did not ask her name)
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I hear that the bison is now free and protected in the United States.  It is a shame that the same can't be said for Leonard Peltier.

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Welcome sisters and brothers