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Online Sources: Wounded Knee Occupation
Book Sources: Wounded Knee Occupation
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Competing Voices from Native America by
Call Number: E77 .C743 2009
A selection of short primary-source accounts from a variety of sources, including newspaper reports, Congressional documents, government documents, and Indian tribal sources, highlighting conflicts and controversies and presenting the opposing views of Native and non-Native Americans.
Occupation of Wounded Knee by
Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust
Hearings before the Subcommittee on Indian Affairs of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-third Congress, first session ... June 16, 1973, Pine Ridge, South Dakota, June 17, 1973, Kyle, South Dakota.
We shall Remain: America through Native Eyes by
Call Number: E77 .W4 2009
Disc 3 Episode 5 Wounded Knee -- Introduction -- The takeover -- Day 2 -- Day 4 -- Day 6 -- The Independent Oglala Nation -- Standoff -- The end of the siege -- Aftermath
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