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Massaker Wounded knee

Ein weiter Bogen in der Geschichte der Lakota wird geschlagen: Vom Massaker am Wounded Knee 1890 bis zur neueren Zeit, der Besetzung des Wounded Knee

Struck By The Ree (Tribe: Yankton (Sioux) 1804-1888. Struck by the Ree, who would become a principal chief of the Yankton Sioux, was born in August 1804, the same week that Lewis and Clark passed through his village. It is said that Lewis swaddled the young man in a U.S. flag and baptized him as an American. During the 1862 Great Sioux Uprising in Minnesota, he positioned his warriors to protect innocent white settlers from raiding Indians.  http://www.aviozone.com/indian_chief_page_2.htm

Struck By The Ree (Tribe: Yankton (Sioux) 1804-1888. Struck by the Ree, who would become a principal chief of the Yankton Sioux, was born in August 1804, the same week that Lewis and Clark passed through his village. It is said that Lewis swaddled the young man in a U.S. flag and baptized him as an American. During the 1862 Great Sioux Uprising in Minnesota, he positioned his warriors to protect innocent white settlers from raiding Indians. http://www.aviozone.com/indian_chief_page_2.htm

Officers and women from Fort Randall make a morning call at a nearby Indian village, ca late 1880s. Courtesy State Historical Society of North Dakota.

Officers and women from Fort Randall make a morning call at a nearby Indian village, ca late 1880s. Courtesy State Historical Society of North Dakota.

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