Standing Bear: How an Indian Chief Set Off on a 600-Mile Journey to Bury His Son and Ended Up Beating the U.S. Army in a Federal Courtroom by Joe Starita

When
Nov 27 2012 - 6:30pm
About this event
Description: 
A discussion of the legal, social and political importance of the landmark 1879 decision in which a judge declared that Ponca Chief Standing Bear was "a person" within the meaning of the law and entitled to the same Constitutional protections as white citizens.
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Website: 
www.nebraksahumanities.org
Location
Millard Branch Public Library
13214 Westwood Lane
68144 Omaha, NE
United States
Phone: 402-444-4848
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