Objects & Places from God Is Red: A Native View of Religion

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Object Descriptions

Wounded Knee, South Dakota - This is the place of the last armed conflict and massacre between the government and the Lakota tribe.

Bureau of Indian Affairs - This organization was established in 1824 to protect and provide services for the American Indian and Alaskan natives.

California - This region was made up of many Indian tribes that were part of the first major relocation program.

Arizona - This state had many tribal communities.

Alcatraz - This abandoned prison site, on an island off the coast of San Francisco, was taken over by the Indians in 1969 for approximately eighteen months.

Australia - This continent is home to Aboriginal tribes.

North America - This continent is where the American Indians lived before, during and after it was discovered by the white man.

Buffalo Gap, South Dakota - This location is a sacred place where the buffalo emerge each spring...

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