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Our History: Jim Jones talks about Dakota burial site in Bemidji

From: Northern Community Radio - KAXE & KBXE
Series: Our History
Length: 11:55

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Jim Jones, Cultural Resources Director of the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council talks with Scott Hall about the closing of the Pamida store in Bemidji and what he thinks she be done with that site The site is a sacred burial ground of at least 22 Dakota people. Read the full description.

Mnlake_small Jim Jones, Cultural Resources Director of the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council talks with Scott Hall about the closing of the Pamida store in Bemidji and what he thinks she be done with that site The site is a sacred burial ground of at least 22 Dakota people.

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