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[Sees the Lakota doing the Ghost Dance and grabs his pistol]
This obscene display will cease immediately!
This prayer. White people pray, go heaven. We go heaven too.
You will stop dancing and disperse!
[points pistol at him]
[dancing and singing cease as all watch]
We should call him Young Man Afraid of Indians.
[the Lakota begin to laugh]
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I thought this was a excellent series.For those who want to degrade it should take the time to research Indian Affairs .There corrupt policy from day 1.With the full support of the U.S.Government that simply made treaties with the Native Americans to disregard,break,or flat out lie about the content and sent military forces to support corrupt Indian Agents, land barrens, speculators for the railroads.
We stole their land and made promises that were never going to be kept and they knew it(the government). The final Episode Ghost Dance and the massacre at Wounded Knee was so intense it made me ashamed to know that we could do this and be proud of ourselves.I have been to Wounded Knee it is a very sad place and now this series makes it more realistic as to what happened there.These were innocent people they slaughtered!
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