Pequot Museum Unveils Largest Collection of 17th Century Battlefield Artifacts on Display in New England

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New Pequot War Exhibit Showcases more than 50 Recently-Recovered Objects from Mistick Fort Battlefield Published September 30, 2016 MASHANTUCKET, CONNECTICUT – The Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center announced today it will unveil the largest collection of 17thCentury battlefield artifacts on display in New England in its new Pequot War Exhibit, opening on Oct. 1 in […]

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Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Chairman Releases Statement on Dakota Access Pipeline Arrests

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Published September 20, 2016 EAGLE BUTTE, SOUTH DAKOTA – On September 29, Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Chairman Harold Frazier sent a letter to United States Attorney General Loretta Lynch requesting Federal monitors in North Dakota and asking her to condemn of the aggressive actions against  the water protectors at Standing Rock by privately sanctioned personnel and law enforcement.   […]

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Peaceful Prayer at Dakota Access Pipeline Disrupted by Police

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Published September 29, 2916 MORTON COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA – This past  Sunday morning, September 25, was cold and windy, and after several days of rain stopped, about 300 protectors from Oceti Sakowin, Red Warrior, and Sacred Stone camps along with other supporters from surrounding camps, decided that strong prayers were needed at the site where construction […]

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