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  1. Russell Means Dead at 72 - The New American

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    One of the earliest members of the American Indian Movement (AIM) after it was founded in 1969, Russell Means died of natural causes at his ranch in Porcupine, South Dakota, on October 22. Born on...

  2. BURY HIS HATE AT WOUNDED KNEE - The Washington Post

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    BURY HIS HATE AT WOUNDED KNEE By Phil ... and Porcupine, S.D.). ... Born an Oglala/Lakota on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota to an alcoholic father and a mother who subjected him ...

  3. Indian Council Acts to Oust Outsiders - The New York Times

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    Mar 14, 1973 · PINE RIDGE, S. D., March 13 —The Pine Ridge Tribal Council moving to re‐establish its authority over the reservation, adopted tonight a resolution to remove from the reservation all non ...

  4. Dying In Indian Country

    dyinginindiancountry.com › 2014/10/12 › american

    Oct 12, 2014 · “The 1970s legacy of the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota is haunted by the forgotten suffering of innocent victims and a falsified history found in almost every library in America. Sadly, what should have been a needed voice for Native America became a criminal enterprise on the reservation, where property was destroyed and lives were ...

  5. Dakota Territory

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    Dakota Territory From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump...

  6. As the year 1890 wound to a close, a band of more than three hundred Lakota Sioux Indians led by Chief Big Foot made their way toward South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation to join other Lakotas seeking peace. Fearing that Big Foot’s band was headed instead to join “hostile” Lakotas, U.S. troops surrounded the group on Wounded Knee Creek.

  7. Midwest Voting Mom

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    “The 1970s legacy of the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota is haunted by the forgotten suffering of innocent victims and a falsified history found in almost every library in America. Sadly, what should have been a needed voice for Native America became a criminal enterprise on the reservation, where property was destroyed and lives were ...

  8. Defending the Heritage: December 2012

    defendingtheheritage.blogspot.com › 2012 › 12

    Dec 31, 2012 · Short Bull and Kicking Bear led their followers to the northwest corner of the Pine Ridge reservation, to a sheltered escarpment known as the Stronghold. The dancers sent word to Sitting Bull of the Hunkpapas to join them. Before he could set out from the Standing Rock reservation in North Dakota, however, he was arrested by Indian police.

  9. Pine Ridge and Related Media Releases

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    (Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota) For Immediate Release July 7, 1999 REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT IN DISCUSSION IN FRONT OF GERALDINE BLUE BIRD'S HOUSE Igloo Housing Neighborhood Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota MR. HAROLD SAULWAY: - (in progress) -- but we're durable people, have a lot of pride, have a lot of dignity.

  10. Mario Gonzalez: Why the Docket 74-A award must be rejected

    lastalli.blogspot.com › 2010 › 05

    I am from Porcupine, South Dakota, on the Pine Ridge Reservation. I was raised by Frank and Agnes Lone Elk, my grandparents. People would treat us like this in the town we shopped at in Gordon, Nebraska, another reservation border town.

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