SOURCE: Washington Post
by David Maraniss
Most people understand the relationship of the star athlete and his football coach through the story told by a 1951 movie. A biographer says the coach chose hypocrisy and self-protection when Thorpe needed him most – when his Olympic medals were stripped for having played professional baseball with Warner's knowledge.
SOURCE: Philadelphia Inquirer
The Carlisle Indian Industrial School took Native children from their families in an effort to strip them of their language, culture and religion. This year, COVID restrictions limited but did not stop annual remembrance of children who died there.
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