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    Manataka American Indian Village
      US - Southeast
    For thousands of years tribes from the four corners of North and Central America made pilgrimages to this sacred site. The Manataka American Indian Council serves to preserve and enhance Manataka and American Indian Culture.
    Messages from Chief Arvol Looking Horse
    Lakota US - Central
    Letters to the People from Chief Arvol Looking Horse, hosted by Manataka American Indian Council.
    Sacred Bear Butte Threatened
    Sioux US - Central
    By Charmaine White Face. Bear Butte, the mountain proper, is currently a National Historic Landmark managed by the South Dakota Game Fish and Parks Department. Although a few parcels of adjacent land has been purchased by some Native American nations, the rest of the surrounding area is ranchland, or is being sold to developers.
    Two Kinds of Beings: The Doctrine of Discovery
    by Robert Francis
    If you actually believe that American Indians are, in fact, persons and that American Indian tribes and nations are, in fact, peoples, then I challenge you to do something to prove your belief. Educate yourself on these issues.

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