Birth of a nation

Smith, Gary; Newman, Bruce
September 1992
Sports Illustrated;9/28/92, Vol. 77 Issue 13, p9
Reports on the application by Native Americans to participate in the forthcoming Olympic Games. A new Olympic nation, the American Indians; A group called UNION; Endorsement by the National Congress of American Indians; Jim Thorpe's granddaughter funding.


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