Dakota Homecoming

The author shares their personal experience of the 2002 walk to commemorate the Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota peoples forcibly removed from their lands to Fort Snelling including information about their emotional and intellectual responses during the walk, and their sense that the memorial walk allowed participants to experience and grieve the events of 1862.
Diane Wilson
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American Indian Quarterly , vol. 28, no. 1/2, Special Issue: Empowerment Through Literature, Winter-Spring, 2004, pp. 340-348
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Articles -- Scholarly, peer reviewed
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