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150 Years After America’s Largest Mass Execution, the Quest for Healing Continues

Posted by on Dec 27, 2012 in 1862, Dakota Conflict, Featured, Mankato Hanging 1862 | 3 comments

      HONORING THE 38 I took this video as about 100 Dakota Indian riders arrived in Mankato, MN on Wednesday, Dec. 26,...

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Survival: Proud Descendants of The Exiled

Posted by on Nov 14, 2012 in 1862, Dakota Conflict, FortSnelling, Indians, Minnesota | 0 comments

A pair of bald eagles floated high above the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi Rivers Tuesday as a line of Dakota Indians,...

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What a Dead Wolf Looks Like

Posted by on Nov 5, 2012 in Minnesota, Wolves | 7 comments

I am updating my Oct. 15 post here to ask Where the Hell Are All the Dead Wolves? There have been dead deer photos all over, as usual,...

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She Who Bumps into Things, or The Lily of the Mohawks: First Native American Saint

Posted by on Oct 19, 2012 in Catholics, Indians | 2 comments

On Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI canonized seven new Roman Catholic saints, among them the very first American Indian to be raised to...

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NCAA Wimps Out on Post-Season Ban of “Fighting Sioux.” Full Surrender Ahead?

Posted by on Apr 7, 2011 in Fighting Sioux Nickname | 4 comments

UPDATE: The Hockey Gods, in Their Mercy, have retired North Dakota’s nickname/emblem, for this season, anyway: UND was shut out by...

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