Marc Dadigan | 03 Jan 2016 | AlJazeera
Marsha Small used ground-penetrating radar to survey beneath the cemetery on the Chemawa Indian School campus near Salem, Oregon. As she worked, she prayed to the children, even though her Northern Cheyenne language would sound foreign to them because the children buried in this earth had been brought to the school from reservations and tribal lands throughout the western United States.
|Marsha Small : In her thesis, "A Voice for the Children of Chemawa Cemetery", which she completed this fall, Small reports that her surveys indicate there are possibly hundreds if not thousands of unmarked burial sites at Chemawa, which is one of the last operating government run Indian Boarding Schools.|
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