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Indians Debate Marking Lewis and Clark Date
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Indians Debate Marking Lewis and Clark Date

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Indians Debate Marking Lewis and Clark Date

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American Indian tribes along the Lewis and Clark Trail grapple with how to remember the Corps of Discovery on its 200th anniversary. While many prefer not to celebrate the expedition that threatened their way of life, others say the bicentennial offers a chance to tell their side of the story. South Dakota Public Radio's Curt Nickisch reports.

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