Indians Claim Victory Over Government

Indians Claim Victory Over Government

Book - 1973
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Federal agents take down the roadblocks around Wounded Knee. The government said many of their objectives had been met, so the roadblocks were coming down to continue moving forward to a resolution. Native Americans occupying Wounded Knee viewed this as a moral victory, and planned to stay in the village while they waited for the government to take action. Photograph shows APCs starting to pull out.
Publisher: [s.l.] : Rapid City Journal, 1973.
Characteristics: 1 online resource.

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