Commemorative History of the Minnehaha Free State and Four Oaks Spiritual Encampment zine
A hand-done scrapbook account of life on the minnehaha free state native Americans dating back to 1805. This fascinating time capsule of history traces the events and struggles of the time about a subject rarely spoken of, understood, or retold accurately. Learning about the intervention of the white man on native lands is both frustrating and important to understanding our own past. Forests uprooted, people continually pushed off their land, and treesits in resistance. A zine that should be present in every school classroom.
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