A Prominent Museum Obtained Items from a Massacre of Native Americans in 1895

The Survivors’ Descendants Want Them Back.


By Nicole Santa Cruz.

After the mass killing at Wounded Knee, the American Museum of Natural History received children’s toys taken from the site. A 1990 law was meant to “expeditiously return” such items to Native Americans, but descendant...

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