Posted by Champ on July 27, 1999 at 19:41:55:
In Reply to: 'Ghost Dance Shirt' from Battle of Wounded Knee posted by Kate on July 27, 1999 at 18:08:30:
: Good news, everyone!!
: Tomorrow sees the start of the journey back to South Dakota, of the celebrated 'Ghost Dance Shirt', which has this long time, been on exhibition in the Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow, Scotland. The 'Ghost Dance Shirt' was said to have been removed from the body of a fallen NA warrior at the Battle of Wounded Knee in 1890. However, the authenticity of this shirt has been doubted by many of the authorities, which has led to their claiming the right to keep the shirt in Glasgow......
: Best wishes,
Siyo Kate ---
thank you for that wonderful news! :-)
Speaking of the "Ghost Dance", I have heard from a brother
of mine that this sacred dance/ceremony has been revived & he himself is taking part in it.
Again, thanks & Wado (thank you) to the folks of Scotland...
NW (Tahquohee) District
Southern Cherokee Nation
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