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Includes bibliographical references (pages 183-260) and index.
Introduction: The politics of Wounded Knee memory -- Official memory -- Race war and Wounded Knee -- Exonerating the Seventh Cavalry -- Honoring gallant soldiers -- Lakota countermemory -- In memory of the Chief Big Foot massacre -- We never thought of fighting -- Irreconcilable memories -- Liquidating the liability of the United States -- Conclusion: Surviving Wounded Knee.
"Published on the 125th anniversary of this controversial event, Surviving Wounded Knee examines the Lakota survivors' half-century pursuit of justice and points to lingering questions about the United States' willingness to address the liabilities of Indian conquest, "--Amazon.com.
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