Day 10: Charles Eastman and E. Pauline Johnson

Charles Eastman

Days 8 & 9 were unusual because we left early this week on Thursday to return on Sunday for classes which left us with a compressed schedule with no regular time to do minute papers in study sessions in the afternoon. Therefore, we pick up today with Monday (Day 10) and combine minute papers for both Sunday and today for the discussion around Eastman and Johnson’s writings talking about Wounded Knee and the Haundenosaunee.

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