Mother and daughter remember Alcatraz

March 1997
Indian Life;Mar/Apr97, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p11
Reports that a presentation depicting native American occupation of the old Alcatraz Federal Prison, located in San Francisco Bay, California, is to be filmed. Details on mother and daughter Grace and Dagmar Thorpe, who participated in occupation; Length of time Indian activists occupied prison building; Celebrities who visited occupying Indians; Names of other Oklahoma Indians interviewed for presentation.


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