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

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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 to begin the ceremonial year of the Plains Indians...

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