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Fort Buford: Splendid Isolation | Part 5

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One of the first buildings built at the fort was the “guard house.” This was similar to a jail and was for soldiers who broke the rules. Minor offenses were punishable by hard labor, while the guard house was for perpetrators of major crimes.  The types of crimes provide a window into fort life.

Indian Pride, Health: Part 2

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 Dr. Charles Grim, Director of Indian Health Services in Washington, D.C., and a member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, discusses the history of the Indian Health Services department and American Indian health care, including traditional practices, diabetes, and tele-medicine.

Indian Pride, Health: Part 1

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JuniKae Randall introduction, discussion of health in Indian country including HIV/AIDS, diabetes, and other health care issues featuring Harold "Gus" Frank, chairman of the Forest County Potawatomi, Wisconsin; Lily Cummings, Pawnee Nation, Oklahoma; Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-ND), Senate Indian Affairs Committee; Mitchell Cypress, chairman of the Seminole Tribe, Florida; and Hollis Chough of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa, Arizona.

Pioneer Village: Thief River Falls, MN

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The Pioneer Village is a museum that belongs to the people and it located in Theif River Falls, MN. Visitors are able to come and experience the pioneer days instead of just look and read about it. A museum where only kids get to ring the bells.

Altered Lives: Stories From the Medina Tragedy | The Aftermath

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Examine the conflicting stories about the shootout in Medina, the various sides of the story, and how the community was fractured by the violence.

Altered Lives: Stories From the Medina Tragedy | Gordon Kahl

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Learn about the life of Gordon Kahl, how his political views developed, and the conflicting public views of him.

Altered Lives: Stories From the Medina Tragedy | The Shooting

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When federal marshals arrived in Medina, North Dakota, to arrest Gordon Kahl on February 13, 1983, the violent shootout that followed left two law enforcement officials dead.

Altered Lives: Stories From the Medina Tragedy | Law Enforcement and Families

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When Gordon Kahl and his son killed two federal marshals near Medina in 1983, they not only destroyed lives but they also tore apart families and affected the lives and work of law enforcement officials.

Altered Lives: Stories From the Medina Tragedy | Medina's Stigma

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Listen as Medina citizens discuss the stigma acquired by their home town since the shooting and the true nature of their community.

Altered Lives: Stories From the Medina Tragedy | The Children

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Learn how the shootout in Medina, North Dakota, on February 13, 1983, affected the children of the families involved.