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OUR VIEW: Feelings of 1876 hard to overcome

Published 06/25/2012, The Daily Republic

It’s been 136 years since Lt. Col. George Custer was killed by American Indians on the Little Bighorn River in southern Montana. When it comes to American Indian and white relations, how much has changed since June 25, 1876?

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