we want to recover the remains of the children and girls who were snatched from their American Indian families
when they died shortly after their arrival, they were buried here in the fertile soil of Pennsylvania.
Who says they are here?
but here we can not return anything because the cemetery is inside the perimeter of the barracks in an army facility so we can not return anything
It's fine but this battle is just beginning
At least we want to take 10 members of the tribe where they can be reburied and prayed.
They want the remains of the boys and girls who were taken from their American Indian families in the West, spirited a thousand miles to the East, and, when they died not long after arrival, were buried here in the fertile Pennsylvania soil.
Now the Rosebud Sioux seek to have at least 10 members of the tribe taken to the reservation, where they can be re-engaged after appropriate native prayers and services. It is not a simple act of repatriation of graves. The cemetery is located within the perimeter of the Carlisle barracks, an Army facility that was once the site of the Indian school. The tribe asked the Army in January to return the remains of their children and the Army said no.