Return of the Black Hills

Nabokov, Peter
March 2007
North Dakota Quarterly;Spring2007, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p7
Academic Journal
This article outlines the return of the Black Hills to the Indians in North America. The negotiation proposal was to add the wings of two busts for relocating and reassembling Rushmore facade to the sunset of Stone Mountain in Georgia. It is noted that a vice president of the National Indian Commission appointed a team to research the logistics of this return to a consortium of Plains Indian tribes. The Black Hills Treaty asked to return in legal, ecological, and cultural conditions.


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