Superior returns sacred sites to Fond du Lac band


MPR News’ Dan Kraker reports the Fond Du Lac Band celebrates the return of sacred places in Superior. one site, where almost 200 Ojibwe people were disinterred at the end of Wisconsin Point in early 1900s, and another at a mass burial site where they were reburied at Superior.

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