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United States Marshal committed acts of violence against the American Indians in Wounded knee, South Dakota. Included are various grievances that Native Americans within the reservation brought forth, which included high unemployment, leasing but knowing their own land, and the welfare of their communities.
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"Wounded Knee: Rodilla Herida" (1973). Subjects. 165.