Val R. Panteah Sr.
Governor PUEBLO OF ZUNI
P. 0. Box 339
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20500
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|Kiowa Delegation to Washington, D.C.,in October 1902, by Gill. Seated, left to right: Lone Wolf and Kiowa Bill. Standing, left to right: Little Bow, brother of Big Bow, and Asah-quo or Daniel Boone, first son of Luther Sahmaunt. Courtesy of the National Anthropological Archives, Negative No. 1434-a|
'Dawes Act, Allotments and Shareholders -- Who Owns the Land?' by American Indian Genocide Museum
President Theodore Roosevelt said this concerning The Dawes Act of 1887, which was also known as the Indian Allotment Act, “(allotment) was a mighty pulverizing engine to break up the tribal mass." The Dawes Act gave a 160-acre allotment of land to each Indian head of the household and what remained of the reservations was sold to white settlers. By 1934, when the allotment policy ended, 60 percent of the Indian land base had been transferred to whites as “surplus." This included 27,000,000 acres in individual allotment sales.
The sentiments of Teddy Roosevelt rise up like a beast from the sea of land hunger throughout American history.
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|The Shingwauk residential school dining hall circa 1890. (Children of Shingwauk Alumni Association/The Shingwauk Project)|
The Shingwauk Files: Search Begins for Documents of Residential School Death Camps
Across Canada, Native children were stolen from their families by the churches and government Indian Agents. Parents who hid their children were sentenced to jail. Native children died of starvation, disease, abuse, torture, medical experiments, and murder by church staff in these residential schools. Now, there is documentation of unmarked graves and mass graves that document the genocide. There are new demands for trials of those responsible like the Nuremberg trials.
Residential school survivors and their families in Canada are now identifying those responsible for the abuse, torture and murder of Native children in residential schools, in order to hold them responsible for genocide.
Mohawk Nation News said, "Each unmarked grave is a separate crime scene and criminal investigation. We know who did the crime. We want to know the specifics of the individuals involved, just like the Nuremberg trials."
Among the files now being examined are those of Shingwauk Residential School, an Anglican Church-run school in Sault Ste. Marie, in Ontario near the border of Canada and the United States. There are 110 children and staff buried in the cemetery. The students who died here, whose names are known, are shown below in memory.
|Chief Caleen Sisk|
|Kamloops Memorial |
Saskatchewan -- 751 Unmarked Graves Found at Marieval Residential School
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Zapata lives! Zapatista Army Squadron 421 disembarks in Galicia to begin its European tour
|Photo: Vanessa García Blanca|
BREAKING: MINNESOTA POLICE AND DNR IGNORE JUNE 18 TREATY RIGHTS CEASE AND DESIST LETTER
By Honor the Earth
June 21, 2021
PALISADE, Minnesota -- On Monday morning, law enforcement officials arrested three water protectors at a ceremonial prayer lodge protected under treaty law and federal order at the Mississippi river crossing of the Line 3 tar sands pipeline route near Palisade, Minnesota. Law enforcement officials are seen in a live-stream threatening more arrests as they lead workers through the protected area.
|Defenders of Yaqui Water Rights: Agustin Valdez, assassinated, Luis Urbano, assassinated, and Tomas Rojo, disappeared.|