Sioux tribes upset over sale of sacred site in SD
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — It's advertised as a one-of-a-kind deal: Nearly 2,000 acres of prime real estate nestled in the Black Hills of South Dakota for sale to the highest bidder.
But the offer to sell the land near Mount Rushmore and historic Deadwood has distressed American Indian tribes who consider it a sacred site. Although the land has been privately owned, members...
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